Asalamualykum one student of knowledge said that if you have doubt in aqeedah then you are a hypocrite, he said your not allowed to clear it from your mind and just ingnore it, but I know someone who gets wasawsa and he fights it off and he fears that he will go to hell if it is not wasawsa and it is actually doubt. He is really scared.
I the past he had a thought which he said it was in his mind for a period of time but he didn't realise it was from shaitan he repented from it once he found out.
He fears if this is not wasawsa and actually himself doubting he will end up in hell and is a kafir
There is a girl who wants to marry me. She is gentle and prays regularly, but she doesn't wear hijab. I told her unless she wears the hijab I don't want to marry her because I don't want to share any sin and moreover I don't feel comfortable. We have known each other for many years.
Am I doing the right thing? Or should I marry her and give her time? She said she might wear hijab in the future anyways but she doesn't know when. Please advise.
Assalam o Alaikum,
I have a very serious question that I have been considering asking for the past few years but kept delaying it as I kept giving my husband a chance.
So here is what has happened. I (US Citizen) got married in 2017 to my husband who had a job in Dubai and was working over there. The reason for his wedding was he wanted to get married to someone who was already set abroad for better "job opportunities." My parents and I never questioned it as we thought his family and him were good people. My dad owned two gas stations at that time, one of which I was running. My in-laws thought that my dad would give the 2nd gas station to my husband to "settle" him down. Unfortunately that store was shut down due to losses after I had left. Ever since he migrated to the USA he and I have stayed at my parents house (FOR FREE) as he never offered to pay rent or even any bills or buy groceries which I often did with my own earnings. Even on my earnings he kept making me put them in our joint bank account and said to spend money on credit cards rather than cash. I had no right over my money, if I bought something with my own money he would yell at me. Fast fwd, he worked at my dads main store for 2 yrs then decided he wanted to change careers and start driving trucks on long routes. He took my money and paid for his trucking school, got his license and drove a truck for almost 2 yrs (with breaks in between). We went back home for 6 months and when I asked to get IVF somehow all the money he earned on the truck was finished. $50k lost in crypto and the rest apparently was spent on making his family a house in Pakistan but I did not get even a single dollar. Later on after leaving trucking he started working at my dads store again in which he gave him 20% partnership (that too is under my name because my husband kept threatening to leave me if my dad doesn't include him in his business but never used the word divorce so I cannot say if it was Islamically a divorce) and he was caught stealing on video (he voided receipts put cash in drawer and took cash end of shift as he was closing.) He then tried to con me into thinking he already had the cash at home and that it was an accusation. He asked my dad and his business partner for forgiveness and is now telling me that when my dad comes back from Pakistan I need to tell him that I was the one who told my husband to ask my dad and his business partner for forgiveness which is a LIE. The question here is, I have been asking this man to buy me a house for a very long time and he keeps making excuses and says he cannot afford it but now with all this I am very upset and he is still refusing to move out. I don't know what to do in this situation. Is it in my right to ask for separation or will ALLAH SWT be angry with me for doing so. Please help me in this situation.
My wife and I share a property with a mortgage. The mortgage is in her name. I live there and benefit from the property as my home. When my wife dies the debt will not pass to me legally. Is it right that I benefit from the property but do not share the burden of the debt if I die.
Hope you are all well by the grace of almighty Allah. I need a suggestion from you based on the following scenario:
"Suppose, Dr.X is working in a private hospital. He makes a business agreement with one of the best companies of a country which exports drugs to the developed country. According to agreement, Dr.X will write a specific drug for a specific disease which is produced by the aforementioned renowned company. The price of the drug is similar to the price of other companies and quality is superior or similar to other companies. As an agreement the doctor will get a monthly salary from that company. Dr.X will write the drug in his prescription according to disease condition/according to need'. Is it permissible to make such a business agreement with the company and earn money?
Can we keep the name as "Mohammed Numair"?
Brother honestly this is a bit of a direct one but I need advice from someone brother since June I’ve been suffering from waswasa it was very bad before but alhamdulliah it’s gone better but it’s still there and honestly
These bad thoughts are very bad man and sometimes I say bad things by accident without any control of my tounge just comes out my out without intention bro and honestly I can’t even enjoy act of worship without having such evil thoughts making my life hard and today I just feel terrible man feeling like
I’ve done kufr shirk so much idk where to turn I’ve been patient since it first started in June waiting for Allah SWT to remove such stuff from me but it’s still here ustadh seriously what do I do I love Islam
I love Allah what do I do?
I always wanted to be a stay at home mum and raise my kids. I had three children over seven years and they all passed away soon after birth. Since we're not planning to have more children at the moment and we live alone in a western country I was thinking about having a career to be more productive and to distract myself and keep myself busy. We are not in any financial difficulty and my husband earns enough for the both of us. I cover my face (niqab) but would have to remove it for job purposes. Would this be permissible?
I trust you are in good health.
I would like to inquire about a situation concerning an individual who pledged to perform Hajj while battling cancer. In their exact words, they said, "Oh Allah, if I regain my health, I will undertake the Hajj pilgrimage."
It has been almost 20 years since this vow has been made and it stands unfulfilled.I came across a passage in Al-Hidaya which suggests that according to Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Muhammad, expiation may serve as a substitute for fulfilling this vow.
Excerpt from Hidaya:
"If he links the vow of consecration to a condition, and the condition
is found, then he must fulfil the vow itself, due to the absolute terms of the tradition, because what is suspended on a condition is one that requires immediate performance in his view. It is narrated from Abu Hanifah (God bless him) that he withdrew that opinion and said: If he says, "If I do such and such thing then I am under an obligation to perform
hajj or to fast for a year or give in charity what I own," it is to be deemed compensated through expiation for the vow. This is also the view of Muhammad (God bless him)"
We would highly appreciate it if you could provide clarity on the matter.
I was talking to a girl and became interested in her. I then decided to stop talking to her since I did not want to indulge in sin and I am not currently ready to ask for her hand eitheir. I then decided to start addressing matters that would affect me not being able to marry and am still working on them. I performed istikhara and made dua for me and her to unite if we are good for each others deen. Recently I found out that she is in talks with someone and they are potentially going to get married, alhamdulillah both her and the guy involved the parents. I understand that this is a sign from Allah that perhaps there is not good in this matter and this is a result of the istikhara and the dua I made. Ofcourse I do not know if she and the guy have gone through with the nikkah, or if there was no progress. So my first question is that am I transgressing by hoping that perhaps we will meet again. Secondly, could it be that there is no good in this matter at this moment and perhaps this matter will be good for me in the future or does it mean that there will never be good in this matter and that I should just move on. I thought about it logically and separated my desires from my thinking while deciding that I would like for me and her to meet again and perhaps we may meet again in the future.