salaam does this need to be given on eid day? or can it be given on any day before eid, also what masjid does it have to be given, any or teh masjid that eid salaat is going to be performed? also what is the difference between lillah, sadaqah, fitra? jazakallah
I want to Know if a Non-muslim is permitted to enter a Mosque.
in itikaaf are women aloud to talk to someone not in itikaaf and are they allowed to play with babies
I meant are we allowed to buy used items from a non- muslim in a market that they've used e.g. food processers, theymay have used pork/haram food in their food processers .
Assalamu alaykum. When the hijab ban in france came about muslims, righfully, threw a big fuss. Then we had certain scholars like Shaikh tantawi been heavily criticised by other ulema (and righfully so) for his verdict that due to the non muslim law of the land the rules of hijab could be relaxed. However, many of these very same other ulema state that although insurance is haraam due to elements of gambling and interest, due to the law of the land, 3rd party (i.e minimum) insurance for things such as cars (where 1 is not allowed to drive without insurance) is allowed due to the law of the land. this is a clear contradiction in principle as far as i can see. Why can the hijab not be relaxed due to law of the land but when it comes to insurance many ulema relax it? (please note i am not saying hijab should be relaxed, i am totally aginst it and totally against Shaik tantawis fatawa, im simply saying how come insurance has been relaxed)? May Allah reward you. was salaam.
you have said to use a tampon when answering question #1176 however i have heard that using a tampon is haram. could you please answer my confusion. Is using a tampon haram?
The husband gave one Talaq in 2003 and then did Rujooh, gave the second Talaq in 2005 and then performed Ru-jooh.
In 2006 the husband threatened his wife with the third Talaq. Husband said: if you do not correct yourself I will give you the third. Wife claims husband gave third Talaq. What is the decision of in the light of Quran and Sunnah?
As Salaamu 'Alaykum
If I were to recite the full kalimah, (ie with "muhammadur rasoolullah"), would I have to say "sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam" after it, due to the name of Nabi (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) being mentioned?
My friend does her driving alone with a male tutor is that allowed in islam .