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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 7th March 2014 11:52
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Akhi what's the reason behind that is it that the state had no control on the fatwas ?

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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 7th March 2014 11:58
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The website was banned in Saudi Arabia because it was issuing independent fatwas. In Saudi Arabia, the kingdom's Council of Senior Scholars has sole responsibility for issuing fatwas. The Council was granted this exclusive authority to issue fatwas by a royal edict issued in August of 2010 (while restrictions had been in place since 2005, they were seldom enforced); this move was described by Christopher Boucek as "the latest example of how the state is working to assert its primacy over the country's religious establishment."

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IslamQA.com
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 10th March 2014 12:57
I think we should have a popup screen of the rules and regulations every time a new question is posted.

So as soon as "Post New Topic" is selected, the rules given here should be displayed and confirmed they have understood the rules before posting.

Also a reminder of other sites where the answers may already exist, should be given too, so they can check there first.

If the Q&A section is a different colour that will also help differentiate the section from normal sections. As many of us may not look to see what section we are in, and just reply.

Just a few suggestions!
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 10th March 2014 13:20
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That's all part of new update already. Jazakallah
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 4th April 2014 10:00
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To add to the list, here are sites used by www.islamqa.org which is a site where most users should go to before asking here. The reason for suggesting the site is because they combine all the sites mentioned below.

If someone has preference of a particular scholar, then they can go directly to the site.

Albalagh

An Islamic site with Q&A and articles authored by many world renowned scholars from the Muslim world. Many of Mufti Taqi Uthmani's fatawa in English are found exclusively on this site.

The site is supervised primarily by Br. Khalid Baig. The Q&A section lists fatawa from the following 'Ulama and many others:

Mufti Taqi Uthmani

Mufti Ebrahim Desai

Mufti Shafiq Jakhura

Mufti Muhammad Kadwa



Askimam

One of the pioneers in online Islamic Q&A service. The site is connected to the Teachers and Students of Madrasa In'aamiyah in Camperdown, South Africa.

The site is operated under the supervision of Mufti Ebrahim Desai and his students





BinBayyah Mailiki

The site features articles and fatawa by world renowned 'Alim, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Bayyah, from Mauritania.

Many of Sheikh Abdullah Bin Bayyah's answers on legal topics are found in the Fatwa section.




Darulfiqh

Darul Fiqh endeavours to present insight into the Islamic sciences ranging from Arabic grammar to Islamic economics.

Darul Fiqh is headed by Mufti Faraz ibn Adam al-Mahmudi, the student of the world renowned Mufti Ebrahim Desai (Hafizahullah.)




Darul Ifta Deoband

A vast repository of Islamic Q&A, provided by Darul Uloom Deoband in India.

It's the official site of the Ifta department of Darul Uloom Deoband.




Darul Iftaa

Darul Iftaa (Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence) aims to provide insight into the Islamic perspective on personal, social, and global issues. It's based in Leicester, UK.

Darul Iftaa is headed by Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam Al-Kawthari




Darul Ifta Birmingham

Darul Ifta, though based in Birmingham, runs with the assistance, du'as and regular rectification by the senior Muftis of Darul Uloom, Bury.

The site is supervised by Mufti Mohammed Tosir Miah




eFiqh

eFiqh.com is a new initiative to providing online Q&A service, and is connected with Darul Iftaa Croydon, South Africa.

The site is supervised by Mufti Luqman Hansrot




Fatwaa

An excellent Q&A site connected to Euro-Sunni & Islamic Research & Welfare Academy.

The site is supervised by Mufti Ismail Moosa.




Mufti Online

The site is connected to Darul Ifta Australia, based in Melbourne, Australia.

It is operated by Mufti Faizal Riza, a student of Mufti Ebrahim Desai from South Africa.




MuftiSays

MuftiSays.com, based in London (UK) is one of the fruits of Darul Uloom London. Its aim is to give people the chance to ask Islamic based questions and problems so the eminent scholars from around the United Kingdom. Many 'ulama are involved in answering the Q&A on the site, including:

Shaikul Hadeeth Mufti Umar Farooq Sahib

Mufti Saifur Rahman Sahib

Mufti Abdullah Patel Sahib

Maulana Qamruz Zaman Sahib

Mufti Abu Bakr Karolia Sahib




Qibla

Qibla.com, formerly known as Sunnipath, provides an archive of Islamic Q&A on many topics from many Scholars. The Q&A service appears to be closed at the moment, and no new questions accepted.




Seekers Guidance

Seekers Guidance is based in Toronto, Canada and provides free Islamic courses as well an online Q&A service.

The site is overseen by Sheikh Faraz Rabbani




Shafi' Fiqh

The aim of Shafiifiqh.com, a part of the Shafi'i Institute, is to revive and support the the Sunni Islamic jurisprudence of the guild (madhhab) of Imam Muhammad ibn Idris Ash-Shafi'i (May Allah have mercy upon him and be please with him). Many 'ulama are involved with the site, including:

Shaykh Mawlana Taha Karaan (hafithullah)

Shaykh Abdul-Fattah ibn Abdullah

Shaykh AbdurRagman Khan




ZamZam Academy

ZamZam Academy hopes to attract bright students who want to improve themselves and their communities by learning the Islamic Sciences and implementing them practically in their lives.

The Q&A service is supervised by Mufti Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf.

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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 17th April 2014 13:03
Reminder of guidelines pertaining to Fiqh section...

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Assalamu Alaykum,

Please follow these guidelines in order to maximise benefit of the much needed Fiqh support on the forum. Our current rules still apply in full where Fiqh related questions cannot be asked for public answering and discussions. This category is added with the Mashwarah of other scholars where it was deemed necessary to limit activity to its purpose alone.

The following rules will apply to this section.

1. Only registered members can post a question. If you need to ask a question then please register. Posts by guests in other sections will not be moved here.

2. All questions and answers will by default be pending until authorised by one of the forum authorisers (not yet implemented)

3. Answers can only be works of qualified scholars available online or must be sourced clearly such as publications.

4. Members cannot answer directly even if you are a qualified scholar (please see next rule)

5. If you are a qualified scholar, the answer would have to be published on your own site/blog and then you can post the answer with your name on the forum linking back to the original answer

6. Members can post any answer available from scholars of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama'ah

7. Answers from scholars of questionable/mislead sects can be posted if it's attested by a reliable scholar if the answer is beneficial

8. A simple link to an answer will be insufficient and will not be approved unless it is first quoted in the post.

9. Once a question is deemed answered the thread will be locked. Repeated questions will be deleted and a PM will be sent to the questioner to inform them.

10. Members can reply for clarification of the question.

Please do not:
- discuss answers
- question the answers
- dislike or disagree answers
- raise a thread about the answers
- post multiple questions as a single thread. Each question should be a new thread

These rules may be updated
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 11th June 2014 19:27
A reminder for all members when posting in the Fiqh section, please adhere to the rules in opening page.

Please also check question and answer links provided on this thread for any existing questions you may have, before using the Fiqh section.

جزاك الله خيرا
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#23 [Permalink] Posted on 11th July 2014 14:34
Rules are not being followed.

Posting has been disabled for this section until the new update which could be up to a week or two (depending on time). Please refer back to post 1 rules to understand why.

Wassalam
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#24 [Permalink] Posted on 30th August 2014 09:25

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Assalaamu 'alaykum

Sorry but I need to understand regarding:

I think that it is an excellent site for reference. I and many other members have used this site for many references. I personally think it is a fine example for using as comparisons too. Also Shaykh Munaajid does give the verdict of all the schools sometimes as well as the verdict of the contemporary scholars.


What do you mean by "references" and "comparisons"? Like you would quote the hadith/verses from the site or compare the translations found elsewhere? I didnt realise  Shaykh  Munaajid gave verdicts of all schools (sometimes) as I havent come across anything with other verdicts

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#25 [Permalink] Posted on 30th August 2014 11:18
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What I mean is that every Hadith is referenced, whereas sometimes other sites quote Hadith and never reference them, or they could just be teachings from our elders.

Comparison is within the quality of the answer. Sometimes our Ulama give a one line answer, and the other will provide paragraphs of answers.

Having said all that, they do make errors. See this thread called islamqa errors. This will show how the schools are compared as well as how the site should not be fully trusted.

See also the thread called, understanding islamqa.
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#26 [Permalink] Posted on 30th August 2014 13:17
Jazakallah for explanation....i was worried i got it wrong about not searching for answers there
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