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13-07-2024
Ulamaa ID 04
Assalamualaikum, I want to sell coaching and a course online. Would it be permissible for me to only make the course part once people buy so I know if its in demand? The coaching will be available once they buy. That way I would save alot of time and I would just say to the customer(s) once they buy, that the coaching they have access to immediately but the course part would be ready in the next 4 to 5 days and they can tell me if they want any specific modules to be added Jazakallah
Ulamaa ID 04
Assalamualaikum If the husband has these intentions, will they be counted as divorce intentions? 1. Intention to revoke Nikah status but still love and want to live with his wife. 2. Intend to leave Islam and know that it will affect Nikah's status but still love and want to live with his wife. (And he returned to Islam again) If these intentions are accompanied by the Kinayah word of divorce, will they be counted as divorce?
My husband and i got into a very serious argument where divorce was talked about we decided it would be best on divorce as in our argument my husband beat me and i said offensive words. As i was upset i felt i could not live my life without my child as my husband would take him if we divorced. At that moment i had thoughts of suicide and not living in the world I became self violant and said i hate everyone and i am not muslim as i thought if i am goimg to die anyway i cant be Muslim i said i dislike Allah and and i left with the intention of dying. I was upset and couldn’t go through with it i repented and took my shahada and have deep shame and guilt do i need to re do nikkah?? as i am not classed as a Muslim i am so remorseful and pray Allah forgives me Please guide me Jazakallah
Ulamaa ID 04
If one has sinned, like any one of the major sins. They have repented and made changes to their life. Are they allowed to marry? Are there any sins that stops a Muslim woman from marrying?
Divorce
02-07-2024
Ulamaa ID 04
Asalamualaikum you helped me a couple of weeks ago and provided so much relief and happiness when telling me all them instances of divorce are not divorce. I’ve kept quiet and not argued with my wife and stayed silent when there is miscommunication. Unfortunately despite this my doubts slowly return and I ignore and ignore but new scenarios from the past before I contacted you, enter my mind which I try my best to ignore but it lingers and affects me. Please can you tell me the rulings according to the majority or hanafi. 1)The first is the fact that when I stated them scenarios where I thought I had given my wife implicit divorces even though you confirmed none of them were of such, I sometimes incase said “ I take you back” . Just as a precaution. Back then I was aware they weren’t divorces and was more strong minded and knew for sure they weren’t and definitely knew my intention, but now I think does the precaution do anything. I’m not sure how many times I’ve done it and don’t remember the amount but just wanted to confirm if the precaution does anything. 2)Secondly my wife was listening to music of a singer she liked when she was younger. She was insisting how it doesn’t matter as she doesn’t like them now or anything. Unfortunately I was insecure and I quickly said with 0 thought “if you go and look for anyone music that you were attracted to I’ll leave” instantly she asked what I meant and I clarified not divorce instantly. Now I’m thinking everytime she goes and looks for it, is it a divorce? Also what if it plays in the store or it comes on the phone in the background by accident or someone plays it in the car and she listens does that do anything. My intention at the time was truly nothing when I said it. I imagined her on her laptop going and searching for it I didn’t think of in the gym or store or it playing in the background and her listening to it, but does it still count. Sometime my mind strongly tells me my intention was leaving the house for like an hour but then a small little annoying doubt is telling me what if it means divorce. But in the end I don’t even know I said it with such little thought and so quick to end the insisting. 3)Another scenario was me saying “if you have done this in the past I will leave” referring to her doing something inappropriate. She said she hasn’t or truly doesn’t remember and is now doubting herself . Does this do anything from her not knowing or if she remembers she has does it? Again my intention is like the scenario above with the music, I truly don’t know but my mind is leaning towards leaving temporarily in annoyance. But my mind races back and forth and I have no idea of my intention. 4)Other times when she is annoying me or not picking up the call on purpose. I have texted her “you are provoking me” again unsure of intention but leaning towards just letting her now she is pushing me to potentially say something stupid like i said in the past on accident without thought and us stressing whether it’s a divorce or not. When she had been rude and unapologetic or physical i said “watch what i do” again very unsure of intention maybe I threatened to hit her back if she kept hitting me or very unlikely divorce I’m not sure but its like I don’t even think of divorce during the words, but after my mind automatically tells me I meant that randomly, even tho my heart tells me not at all, and how I could never divorce her over things like this if I looked back at it. 5. when with my older sister, my sister said “ at work,some wives get told by random men that they look good in a certain lipstick so the wife go and wear it to work the next day behind their husband back to impress the colleague at work” I laughed and replied “if my wife did that ide leave” whilst my wife was there. I thought of my wife doing it in my mind and it disgusted me. I think it was to let her know my displeasure of the scenario or maybe to threaten her, or maybe leaving, or mean legit leave her alone for a day to teach her a lesson, but I’m not sure, But now I’m thinking (even though my wife isn’t the type to do that) if she did do the lipstick thing would the divorce happen? And does this apply to anything, like clothes or hair or makeup even though the scenario was about lipstick. I know this is all ridiculous and immature and since your help I’ve taken steps to control tongue learn deen better, and pray to be a man even more . But old past scenarios play in my head, I ignore it keep busy take my wife out go out with friends, but I see something on TV about a woman being divorced or something and it just reminds me and I’m like what if my wife is too. It all comes rushing back. I read your answers again and again and it helps. Then I think what if to different scenarious is there are different rulings and I need to tell the mufti the exact specific scenario. Please help me once more in this, again sorry for wasting your time this would be a great help.
Business partners
02-07-2024
Ulamaa ID 04
1.)does a business partner affect if your business income will be haram or not ? Let’s say someone had a non mahram female who didn’t cover up properly and the minimal communication barrier was broken in the sense that the male and female were close and talked about more than just business or someone had a business partner and he was a deviant who may mock Islam or someone who was a non Muslim and the two business partners already had a very close friendship, even if someone was to sell only halal products with all the partners listed above, would their income still be halal? 2.)if someone (person 1) wanted to do a specific business with one person (person2) and they told this person about the business idea and he agreed (person2) but person 1 did that specific business with a completely different person instead, will person 1s income be halal from that specific business or not (he sells completely halal products) 3.) Likewise if person 1 tells Person2 that he’s interested in doing business with person2 and person 2 agrees but then person1 doesnt do it with person 2 and instead, person1, who behind person 2s back, collaborates on person3s business (person1 didn’t reveal the business idea to person 2, he simply said to person2 that he wanted to collaborate with their business) who is also doing the same business as person2 , will this make person 1s income haram for doing business with person 3 instead even though he vaguely verbally agreed to collaborate on the same business as person2
I am expecting the birth of my son soon and want to name him "Wali." I know "Al-Wali" is one of Allah's 99 names, and "Abdul" should be added before some (but not all) of these names when naming a person. Can I name my son "Wali" or should it be "Abdul Wali"? Is adding "Abdul" before "Wali" mandatory?
"The individual intends to purchase land for a mosque, estimated to cost approximately £200,000, and intends to dedicate (waqf/وقف) this land for the mosque. However, there is a condition attached. After 4/5 years, once the mosque is established and funds start accruing through donations, etc., 30% of the money will be allocated to support the individual's madrassa for orphans in Afghanistan, following the clearance of all mosque-related expenses. In the event that the community does not agree to allocate this money to the orphan's madrassa, it can be directed to Afghanistan for various welfare projects, such as building schools, aiding the impoverished, reconstructing fallen bridges, or any other charitable endeavors." Please note that the renovation will take place through donation and not this particular individual will do all the renovation process all by himself. Is doing such thing ie; making such a condition that 30% would be spend there, is permissible according to Islam bearing in mind all the stated information. Please answer with evidences as answer will be shared with the community Insha'Allah later. Jazakumullahu Khair
ٱلسَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ I know that we will go to Jannah if our good deeds outweigh the bad deeds. This is my understanding. However, I can't relate this to the concept of getting close to Allah. I know that one gets closer to Allah as they try to perfect their fara'id, doing the optional actions, staying away from haram and remembering Allah constantly. So does that mean we will go to jannah if we are close to Allah and not depending on good deeds. Because what if a person were to sin all his life and in the end he starts to get close to Allah, there could be a possibility that he has more bad deeds than good, so does that mean he goes to hell? Or is he judged accordingly to how he dies? Or is his past sins forgiven because he is on the path back to Allah? But what about the major sins that he might have done? Also, is the levels of Jannah chosen regarding how close we are to Allah and the good deeds outweighing the bad deeds is just an entry to jannah? Please clarify this, and also please educate me on the meaning of coming near or close to Allah (1), and on the balancing of the scales on judgement day (2) and also on the quote "It's all about the state that you die in" which some people who gives islamic talks say (3) May Allah reward you Brothers.
Assalam waaleykum Where to even begin... Growing up in the united states i fell into gang culture and a shameful lifestyle. During the course of my unfortunate ventures i have commited a mountain of sins most of which are stealing(scamming, fraud, etc...). Unfortunately for me i was good at it and managed to make a lot of money doing so astaghfirullah. I have since left this shameful life and have changed my ways especially making tremendous efforts to earn an honest and halal living. The issues lies when i came to know that repentance to allah alone does not suffice and the stolen wealth must be returned to the rightful owners which brings up a series of problems for me. 1- The amount of money i stole was A LOT, 90% of which i no longer have (either spent or was stolen from me ironically). 2- Due to the elaborate nature of the schemes i do not personally know any of the victims considering everything was done online using stolen data from people i do not know. I have since been working hard and making a halal income which i have managed to accumulate a bit of wealth(no where near the amount stolen but nonetheless), i intend to repay this money to charity and attempt to make ammends for my wrong doings if i even live long enough to be able to clear this gigantic burden My questions are the following: 1. Must i now forfeit all of my wealth to repay what ever i can of this debt including my halal earned income (no one is supporting me and i do not have a stable income because i am a freelancer)? 2. Must i forfeit any hopes of accumulating any wealth or success in this dunya considering all of my money must potentially go towards paying these debts which i may never live to pay off due to the big amount? 3. will allah forgive me if i were to die prior to being able to repay these debts regardless of the sincerity of my intentions to do so? 4. if i may keep a portion of my halal earnings moving forward what split do i have to work out. should i give 99% of everything only leaving money for food and rent? May i keep accumulating halal wealth (while maintaining the intention of paying back) to be able to afford a car, get married, support a family, etc...? A swift response would be tremendously appreciated as this matter is troubling like none of you can believe. I often cry about this matter and feel as if mercy is on the verge of being unaffordable for me due to these disgusting actions i committed being astray in a difficult time in my life. I fear punishment in this life, the grave and the next life... someone help me Thank you, jazakallah khair
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