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Ulamaa ID 04
I read the following hadith on masturbation: " سبعة لا ينظر الله إليهم يوم القيامة ، ولا يزكيهم ، ولا يجمعهم مع العاملين ، ويدخلهم النار أول الداخلين ، إلا أن يتوبوا ، فمن تاب تاب الله عليه : ناكح يده ، والفاعل ، والمفعول به ، ومدمن الخمر ، والضارب والديه حتى يستغيثا ، والمؤذي جيرانه حتى يلعنوه ، والناكح حليلة جاره " . and have been told that it is weak. I understand weak hadiths may be used for warnings and it is ok to quote the hadith in this regard. However regarding I have some queries: 1. I have seen some say this hadiths meaning is correct. So does this mean its proof the masturbator is cursed as I have seen others say this hadith is not used for proof that a masturbator is cursed. So is there difference of opinion on this? 2. I read a book which says some jurists have used this narration. So has this narration been accepted by the majority of the fuqaha from the four schools or only some of them. Does this quote from Tafsir ibn kathir say for example the shafis have accepted it: وقد استدل الإمام الشافعي ، رحمه الله ، ومن وافقه على تحريم الاستمناء باليد بهذه الآية الكريمة ( والذين هم لفروجهم حافظون . إلا على أزواجهم أو ما ملكت أيمانهم ) قال : فهذا الصنيع خارج عن هذين القسمين ، وقد قال : ( فمن ابتغى وراء ذلك فأولئك هم العادون ) وقد استأنسوا بحديث رواه الإمام الحسن بن عرفة في جزئه المشهور حيث قال : حدثني علي بن ثابت الجزري ، عن مسلمة بن جعفر ، عن حسان بن حميد ، عن أنس بن مالك ، عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم قال : " سبعة لا ينظر الله إليهم يوم القيامة ، ولا يزكيهم ، ولا يجمعهم مع العاملين ، ويدخلهم النار أول الداخلين ، إلا أن يتوبوا ، فمن تاب تاب الله عليه : ناكح يده ، والفاعل ، والمفعول به ، ومدمن الخمر ، والضارب والديه حتى يستغيثا ، والمؤذي جيرانه حتى يلعنوه ، والناكح حليلة جاره " . هذا حديث غريب ، وإسناده فيه من لا يعرف لجهالته ، والله أعلم .
As salam alaykum respected shuyukh... I need a fiqhi answer to a financial issue...can you kindly please help me .. Jazakumullahu khayran... . Here is my question : In February 2020, my husband and I invested money with one of his friends. The basis of that investment initially was that, after every 3 months, we get 25 % profit of the amount of money invested. HIs activity was buying expensive cars at a cheaper price through channels, fixing them and reselling them for more. According to him, his business was successful and no mention of any risk or loss has been mentioned at that time. After a couple of days, I realised that it was a form of ribaa to get a fixed amount so my husband contacted him to change the conditions of the deal, so this becomes halal. We agreed on continuing on a basis of partnership, and on the fact that we may not make a fixed and expected profit, and that our profit will depend on how much profit he makes. The brother sent to my husband this message : “The percentage is based on 5.5% return more or less on 10K. That makes roughly around 5k up and down as profit based on the product value. This is an investment only and if you investing same amount roughly then it’s same figure roughly unless you invest more amount.” After a year, my husband enquired about the investment and the brother informed him that he lost all the money. He invested the money in a different activity, which is importing or exporting cars to sell them. He told my husband that the cars he bought have been stolen on the journey, hence he lost all the money. I have personally invested all my savings on the basis that the investment is sure and will generate profit. My husband also on his side invested a big amount. Now when we try to contact the brother, his answers are not clear, in the sense we don’t know when, how much and if he is going to give us our money back. Also, from his message, it seems that for him, giving the money back is not a must but rather out of his benevolence. Now, more time passes and less he is willing to give the money back. So my questions are : Are we in our right to ask the money back and still consider this money as ours? Or is this money a debt upon him if he decides not to give them back? Was it right for him to invest in another activity without consulting us? Do we have to pay zakat al maal upon this money? (I am maliki, my husband is hanafi) What do you advise as a solution? Jazakumullahu khayran for your time and guidance.
Ulamaa ID 04
I think I may have persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD). Generally, the arousal symptoms are worse after showering (including after ghusl) and I have to sit still for hours before the arousal symptoms leave. The arousal symptoms also appear after going to the toilet to a lesser extent. I think they are caused by cleaning my intimate area (i.e. with water and my fingers) although I do not intend this (i.e. I do not think any sexual thoughts etc). Previously, a warm flush would spread through my body that would make me feel light-headed and the arousal symptoms would disappear. This was not accompanied by vaginal contractions. However, more recently, my symptoms have gotten worse. I went to the toilet, got into bed, and after around five minutes, had several orgasms (without vaginal contractions) that I did not intend (i.e. I did not think any sexual thoughts etc). I took a shower (and did ghusl) the next morning and I had another orgasm around ten minutes after (without vaginal contractions). 1) Are the flushes an orgasm in Islam and is ghusl required? 2) Do orgasms without vaginal contractions require ghusl? 3) Do orgasms that you did not intend require ghusl (i.e. there are no sexual thoughts etc)? 4) If one experiences orgasms due to a medical condition (like PGAD), is ghusl required every time an orgasm occurs? Jazak'Allah
Jinn
26-11-2022
Ulamaa ID 04
Assalam mualaikum Wahramatullahi wabaraktu. I was on the website Islamqa and I was looking at the question. Is it true that when u read surah Jinn you see a jinn?the person also asks how do you get one? Moulana Qamruz Zaman replys no this is not true to the first question to my understanding. If you go on Google search Syed Faisal Abbas Sheraz Pak amliyat he mentions that if you read surah jinn for so many days you can control a jinn and he advises to learn from a peer. Also on Google search Peer Iqbal Qureshi mentions the same thing. A friend of mine when I was in my teenage years also told me the same thing. can you please clarify? I also have another question about the jinn that I'm confused about I don't want to confuse and put doubts in you. Do you give me permission to ask you the next question yes or no? I have no intention to control a jinn I just want clear this doubt. Jazakallah khair
Ulamaa ID 04
Salaams, I will be travelling from UK to Saudi to perform Umrah Insha'Allah. However, we will be staying in Jeddah for four nights prior to travelling to Makkah for the Umrah. What is the Islamic ruling on Miqaat in our case? Where can we wear the Ihram for Umrah? All guidance on this matter will be greatly appreciated. Jazakallahu khairan
Long story short, I did boxing, left it because I found out it’s haram, took me some time but I decided I should pick Allah over my desires. Anyways my 2 brothers play Basketball so I gave it a shot and liked it way better, and started playing it way more and planned on going to a club, I finally got my membership at a local club, but I recently came across a video on my recommendation from Skeik Assim al-Hakeem about going to a mixed (male and female) Gym, he said it’s prohibited. I then asked my little brother that goes to the Basketball club weather they teach Males and Females together, he said yes. So before cancelling my membership I want to make sure if it’s allowed if I lower my gaze and don’t interact with the females, would appreciate an answer. Jazakallahu Khairan.
Conditions of walee
17-11-2022
Ulamaa ID 04
Asalamu alaykum I hope your well, I asked a few questions pertaining to my nikkah from yourselves and they have all been answered and removed a lot of waswas and things that were playing in my mind so I would like to thank you very much. I have one last questions to remove all doubts and it’s regarding the my father in law who acted on my wife’s behalf in the nikkah with the imam conducting the nikkah. My father in law although he is a Muslim is not practicing, he’s a really nice guy and he knows he can be a better Muslim by praying and do more for deen. He doesn’t really pray as a Muslim Should but he doesn’t deny the prayer and knows he should be praying. I just wanted to know every other thing that was required to make the nikkah permissible was carried out. My father law not being as practicing , does that make the marriage invalid as he acted in my wife’s behalf. JazakAllahu khairan.
Ulamaa ID 04
ASalamualaikum I hope your well. I have a question with regards to my nikkah and it’s really stressing me out. I just want to know if it was done correctly. I’m a hanafi and my nikkah was done in the mosqe. There were around 20 male witnesses, including my cousin who had studied ilm for many years. My wife was also in the masjid but was with the women in another segregated room. Her father acted on her behalf. The imam was the one who conducted the nikkah and asked my father in law if he gave his daughter(said her full name) with a specific mahr to me in front of the witnesses and my father in law said yes. And then the imam asked me if I accepted my wife with that specific mahr (saying her name and my name and daughter of so and so) and I said yes I have accepted. This was repeated twice and then we started to sign the contract and the imam told my brother in law to go the women’s section and tell my wife to sign the papers. My brother in law didn’t ask my wife anything she just signed the papers. I just wanted to ask did my wife need to accept. She knew she was marrying me and was really happy obviously but this keeps playing on my mind whether or not we did the ceremony correct. I asked my cousin who studied ilm in Leicester for 7 years about this and he said her father accepted on her behalf and she just needed to sign the contract and that’s it she didn’t need to say anything. Also I read that if a women is present in the nikkah ceremony she has to answer herself but like I said the women although they did attend the cermony, they were in a separated segregated room and my wife wasn’t present in front of the imam it was her father who was acting on her behalf and then the imam was conducting the nikkah and asking the questions in the ijab and qabool.We’re these things done correctly and is my nikkah valid, if you could get back to me asap IA as it’s really stressing me out. JazakAllahu khairan.
Mocking religion
08-11-2022
Ulamaa ID 04
Asalamu alaykum ww hope your well. I have a question with regards to the validity of my marriage. Alhumdulilah Im practicing and I recently made a joke about one of my friends who over ate and puked. I said whilst in a group of my other friends that so and so puked whilst he was in ruku position with no intention of mocking the ruku position or making fun of it. I spoke to my cousin aswell who has studied ilm for 7 years in Leicester and he said I don’t need to worry and that my marriage is valid. I keep getting waswas about this and although I knew I didn’t make fun of the religion I will certainly not make any reference like that again in the future. Do I need to renew my marriage or am I fine? I’m really stressed if you can answer asap. JazakAllahu khairan
Zakat
05-11-2022
Ulamaa ID 04
Salam, I have serval sources of income and wanted to get information on how to calculate and pay Zakat on them. Salary: How do I calculate Zakat on my salary? Stocks/crypto: I own stock/crypto; how do I pay Zakat on those? Business: I own a restaurant with partners: How do I pay Zakat from my business? Software company: I own a software company with a Christian partner 50/50. We raised money for the company. The raised money is in our treasury that we pay expenses from because our revenue does not cover expenses. How would I pay Zakat in this situation? Farmland: I own farmland and get income from there. How would I calculate Zakat?
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