Part of the huge ideological problem we are suffering from today is the war on the permissible. It has resulted in existential exhaustion, which the young generation suffers from. Judgment interfered in everything, although the permissible is not an issue of questioning - it is simply available, and is viewed within “the pardoned zone,” as described by religious scholars.
Sharia warns of asking about the permissible. The prophet always reminded his companions that God did not discuss certain things out of mercy over those who worship him, and not out of forgetfulness. Therefore, the expansion of the prohibited at the expense of the permissible, which is originally present in worldly matters, poses an ideological threat to Islamic societies.
The origin of worldly matters is permitting. Everything you see before you is permitted unless texts prohibit it. The latter are the exception, and very few. However, acts of worship are based on prohibitions except for what is permitted. This is a basic rule that students of jurisprudence study at college, but I do not know why it is not being taught to current generations.
In Sharia, the basis of things is permitting them. Live and let live. Religious obsessions are the root of extremismTurki Aldakhil