if there is no possible way for the man and woman to meet on a soon upcoming date and they would like to make thier relationship halal and get married, can they marry over the phone?...and...can nonmuslims be witness's at a nikkah?, allah hafiz
does one have to make up her fast when missed during ramadhan due to haiz? i was told that one does not have to and this is mentioned in the bukari.is this true?
Following on from question number 2292, if it is makrooh-e-tahrimi for a female to lead and other females to follow, what is the ruling about females praying behind a male imam (with the necessary segregation in place)
Are you suppose to wear a head sacrf when you are going to sleep.
Assalamu aleikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu Dear respected Elders, At first i apologise wrong english and that i put this question on this place, but please tell me where(and how) i can put the question in her corect section. Me ,im Alhamdulillah a new muslim since 8 years. My wife she is Alhamdulillah a muslima from a muslim family, we?re married since 5 years and Alhamdulillah we have 2 children. I m very happy that ALLAH s.w.t gave me the big bounty of an pious wife. Since about ? years I know a also new muslima girl wich has he same nationality with me. She is muslima alhamdulillah since she was 14 years old because of her cousin sister wich was married with an Arabian brother, who wa studying in our country. Now since few years they went back to his country and that girl is alone with her own family wich are hating islam very much, and are prohibiting her to be a muslima. In our country (Romania) we doesn?t have many muslims societies like in UK or EU. So for her it?s very hard to practice islaam. This is was she told me at the beginning. Before I became to learn her I had also intentions about to marry an second wife wich is coming from my own country. So from the beginning when I became to learn her I intented to marry her. At the beginning she told me that her wish is to leave in an muslim family where she can live her feelings, she told me that she wish very much to live according to ilsaam, to wear hijab, to fast etc. but with her family it?s not possible. So I understood that she wish to live according to islaam but for her its impossible. I was imagining that when we marry it will be easy for her, even if she doesn?t know to much about islaam, to learn islaam and to practice it because she?s wishing this so much. But I became to fear her?s god development in deen after some mails to her in wich I tried to emphasise her to follow the commandments of ALLAH s.w.t by telling her many fadhaail of many amaal, when at least I became to hear that she is loving to much wordly things like music , modern clothes etc. and for her an strict Islamic life will be close to impossible or even impossible in Romania. So I decide to tell her that in that case she continue to be my sister but if there not even the niyyat of nikkah (from my side) than any relations are not allowed for me and for her. So she told me that I understood her false and she wish that im not turning my back to her totally. Im feeling also that it was not right from me to have any relation to her. Please give me advise, ( also generally what should I do if I want to marry an women from an non muslims family, bec there I cannot follow the ordinary path ;asking her parents ) and make Dua for me and for all muslims Jiazzaka ALLAHU khair
Is it permissble to read the Surah up to where one knows in salat? my friend has a question .. Her Mum knows all of surha Yahsin instaed of that 2-3 raqoo she was wondering if it is permissble to read the surha up to where she knows in salat? Jazak Allah khair. Your respectable team are helping all of us alot.
as salamu `alaykum surah an-nisa verse 23 states: Prohibited to you (For marriage) are:- Your mothers, daughters, sisters; father's sisters, Mother's sisters; brother's daughters, sister's daughters; foster-mothers (Who gave you suck), foster-sisters; your wives' mothers; your step-daughters under your guardianship, born of your wives to whom ye have gone in,- no prohibition if ye have not gone in;- (Those who have been) wives of your sons proceeding from your loins; and two sisters in wedlock at one and the same time, except for what is past; for Allah is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful; surah an-nur verse 31 states: And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what (must ordinarily) appear thereof; that they should draw their veils over their bosoms and not display their beauty except to their husbands, their fathers, their husband's fathers, their sons, their husbands' sons, their brothers or their brothers' sons, or their sisters' sons, or their women, or the slaves whom their right hands possess, or male servants free of physical needs, or small children who have no sense of the shame of sex; and that they should not strike their feet in order to draw attention to their hidden ornaments. And O ye Believers! turn ye all together towards Allah, that ye may attain Bliss. in my limited understanding, the verses of nisa lay down the rules regarding who is permissible for marriage, and the rules of mahram are governed by the verses of an-nur. a scholar in the uk is stating that a woman must wear hijab in front of an uncle (paternal or maternal) i.e. mother's or father's brother - even though he is mahram to her. the reason he gives is because the maternal and paternal uncle is NOT mentioned in the verses of an-nur. it would appear, based on the outward meaning of the above verses that he is correct - because the uncle is not mentioned in surah an-nur verse 31. he also states that this was the opinion of Imam Abu Hanfiah. however, i am sure the four maddhahib permit a woman to remove her hijab in front of her uncle. how is it then, that the ulama deduced the latter opinion, and is the opinion given by this shaykh correct? furthermore, the tafsir of ibn kathir, the same opinion is quoted in the commentary to the 31st verse of surah an-nur - that the woman must wear hijab in front of her uncle.
Assalamu alaiykum, This is a question regarding a concept portrayed by the author in question, Harun Yahya, in many of his works, that nothing in reality is real except the being of Allah (swt) and that everthing else apart from the "Real" (Allah), is just an illusion created in our heads. Please shed some light. Wassalam
As salamu aleykum,
Can you send me the Prophetic duaas voor entering and leaving the masdjid.
Please send me the full ahadeeths in english and also the duaas in arabic, as i want to print it and hang it on the door of our masjid.
Asalamualakuim, According to the Hanafi fiqh I would like to find out whether it is permissible to use creams, make up products, soaps, shampoos, face wipes, toothpaste and cleaning products with GLYCOL? Some particular Glycols I have come across are: polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol and ethylene glycol. So for Glycol on its own and polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol and ethylene glycol is it permissible to use products with these substances (NOT EAT)? However if products with Glycol (on its own) or polyethylene glycol ,propylene glycol and ethylene glycol enters ones mouth would that be permissible? Also toothpaste with Glycol (on its own) or polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol and ethylene glycol would that be okay to use? Bearing in mind one would rinse the toothpaste out. Further I have seen you have mentioned glycerineGLYCEROL is permissible as it is subject to a complete chemical metamorphosis. Does this mean even if glycerineGLYCEROL enters ones mouth? Or is that something which should be avoided completely and only products with it in can be used insuring glycerineGLYCEROL does not enter ones mouth. Jazakallah Khairan