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Naming
08-01-2020
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what is the meaning of Tahreema?Can I select it as a name of my daughter?
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Assalamu alaykum, I ask for a sister. She had her uterus surgically removed because she had tumor. Due to this, she does not get her menstruation anymore. Should she pray without any 'menstrual pause' like normal men do now, or can she follow her previous menstruating cycle. Jazak Allahu khayran
Ruling on beards
04-01-2020
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Salam I previously sent a question on the beard in hanafi madhab.Would this beard be permissible if it is a fistful from thebottom https://images.app.goo.gl/marzkEFJSohLPuUz6
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Salam.I am currently quite bothered with the question of the beard .i understand it can’t be cut less than a fistful below the chin.However I don’t understand the sides of the beard.I placed my fist on my cheeks and thought there’s no way we have to grow it that long as it would look untidy.It also made me question how many scholar and mufti’s trim the sides to less than a fistful.Please could you provide me with some scholarly opinions and perhaps an image or diagram would be of good use.Jazakallah khairun.
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Asalamualaykum. I would like to know why scholars say that normal daily vaginal discharge invalidates wudu for women. Is there anywhere in The Quran or a Hadith regarding this? I am not talking about istihadah (irregular non-menstrual bleeding). I am talking about the daily normal discharge that every woman gets. How can this invalidate wudu? It is like saliva, we all experience saliva on a daily basis and it does not invalidate fasting to swallow it, so how can normal daily discharge be a cause for invalidating wudu? It is a hardship for women to do wudu for every salah, especially when she is busy or away from her house. What about when she goes for Hajj or Umrah? It's even more difficult to renew wudu for every salah in those circumstances. I think male scholars don't fully understand this issue because they don't experience it themselves. It it just normal discharge that happens every day, so why does it invalidate wudu? I do not believe that Allah would put such a hardship on women. Please can you provide proof from The Quran or Hadith which clearly explains about a woman's normal daily discharge? Jazak Allah Khayr.
Asalamualaykum. I would like to know why scholars say that normal daily vaginal discharge invalidates wudu for women. Is there anywhere in The Quran or a Hadith regarding this? I am not talking about istihadah (irregular non-menstrual bleeding). I am talking about the daily normal discharge that every woman gets. How can this invalidate wudu? It is like saliva, we all experience saliva on a daily basis and it does not invalidate fasting to swallow it, so how can normal daily discharge be a cause for invalidating wudu? It is a hardship for women to do wudu for every salah, especially when she is busy or away from her house. What about when she goes for Hajj or Umrah? It's even more difficult to renew wudu for every salah in those circumstances. I think male scholars don't fully understand this issue because they don't experience it themselves. Women have this every day, just like we have saliva every day. It it just normal discharge that happens every day, so why does it invalidate wudu? I do not believe that Allah would put such a hardship on women. Please can you provide proof from The Quran or Hadith which clearly explains about a woman's normal daily discharge? Jazak Allah Khayr.
Breaking Fast
31-12-2019
Ulamaa ID 04
Asalamualaikum When I was between 14 and 16 years of age. I had work to go work as part of school program for work experience. One day when I left work and I walked into a shop and bought snacks or one snack and eat them even though I was fasting in month of Ramadan. Straight away I regretted doing this. I have only once broken my fast on purpose and I’m currently 30 years of age. I would like to tell you a bit about my background. In my family home was listening to Music, watching movies, people would swear and insult and my Islamic educations wasn’t the best and until a few years ago I didn’t know much about Islam and began learning. I wasn’t shown Islam in correct way I remember being very little and being hit and I was crying a lot. I only talked to the person who was talking to me as I felt rude for not talking back to him and my teacher hit me. What I’m tying to say is my family home and madrassa experience wasn’t the best So because I broke my fast on purpose once in my life. What do I have to do now? I already repented and kept one fast to make up for the one I broke on purpose. But I made up for that fast recently, when I was about 29 of age. But I broke my fast when I was between 14 and 16 years of age. Also I didn’t know putting oil or medication drops in your ear breaks your fast. I cant remember if it was oil or medicine drops for ears that I put in my ears but it was for a medical condition. I did this a few times, I either put oil or medicine drops inside my ear whilst fasting. What do I have to do now? I have already made up for the fasts that I broke unknowingly by putting medicine ear drops oil into my ear but it was maybe after one year had passed then I made up for those fasts. I made up for those fasts by keeping one fast for every fast I broke in Ramadhan. Also I knew having intercourse with your wife breaks your fast. But I didn’t know masturbating and ejaculating breaks your fast. I knew it was a sin but I didn’t know it breaks your fast. I did this a few times in one Ramadhan when I was living in ignorance times. What do I have to do now? I have already made up for the fasts that I broke unknowingly by masturbating and ejaculating but it was maybe after three years had passed then I made up for those fasts that I broke unknowingly by masturbating and ejaculating. I made up for those fasts by keeping one fast for every fast I broke in Ramadhan. Also when I had masturbated during those time when I was living in ignorance I also was rude to someone and hurt their feelings does hurting peoples feelings break your fast . And also I was talking to a girl for the purpose of marriage but our conversation became haram in Ramadhan whilst I was fasting. I know this are complicated questions but I feel embarrassed asking my local scholar and would rather ask online please reply thank you I consider me becoming a practicing person a big blessing from my Lord, considering the environment I was brought up in, the type of family I had and with little knowledge on the deen until recently when I began learning abut the deen and even now my knowledge on deen is little. Thank you.
Related to Loan
31-12-2019
Ulamaa ID 04
I am from India - working in private company. We are planning to buy house but islamic financial is not allowed in india and current gov is against to it and we have money for full payment but we can pay in spot ,which will trigger the unnecessary tax questions and delay - So can we buy house with bank loan ?
While I was sleeping (in partially awakening condition in sleep) on bed on early morning sometimes due to high sexual feelings erections happening and during that time I am slightly pressing my pvt part on bed, then lot of sticky liquid is coming out and touches cloth. But it is not ejaculation. I know this is big problem for me every morning and so I can not go for prayer in morning because I have to take bath and change clothes and wash those clothes. I am trying to stop this completely, but still repeating this issue. In such case Is ghusl required to perform Salah? Do I have to wash clothes? I need advise based on Quran and Our prophet Muhammad.
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