Assalamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu,
In a hadeeth it says that the prophet S stopped people from combing their hair every day. This hadeeth refers to men as we know.
What I would like to know that does it mean that it is Haraam to comb the hair everyday or is it just makrooh or is the hukum something else? What if a man DOES comb his hair everyday, will he get gunah?
What made us think that it is right to comb the hair everyday is that this hadeeth may come under the category oof cleanliness so if a Muslim wants to be clean and put a good impression of Muslim men to the public then he may comb his hair everyday, we are not looking at the fashion of today. Also, at the end of the day, everything, every act is according to a person's intentions so that he may be rewardeed according to it. So if the intention is for cleanliness, then is it a sin to comb the hair everyday?
In other words, what is the exact meaning of this hadeeth?
Please could you have this message replied to by the end of nexyt week if you can.
i have one question that has been kind of bothering me! i am currently working for IBM in the UK, and am working on a client of thiers who are the MoD (ministry of Defence). i am not directly wrking for MoD, but our company (ibm) deal with the 'whereabout' of their aircraft using computers and databases, again having no direct links, just computer based projects on where these aircrafts are , are they on hold, need fixiing etc! i normally just deal on the helpdesk where i attend to any problems the ' normal computer users' may have. like a tech support and i do not directly work with the army people!
all i wanted to know was if this would be a halaal job for me to work in and earn from?.
thank you for your help
make dua inshallah for us all
(****please can you mail me back with the answer jazakallah)
At school, it is a habit of some people to say this is haram and this is not a haram etc. e.g the other day someone mentioned that a chocolate is haram.
These people aren't people of knowledge and may just have heard it or looked up an ingredient and found that it is something to do with an animal.
In this case, it may not be haram because e.g. shellac is involved with animals but is is still halal.
In these cases, should you listen to the person and not eat the food or not?
Is "Reliance of the Traveller" a good resource? How does the Shafi'i madhab differ from other ones?
Can i use my interest money from my Provident Fund (PF) for my poor step mother or step brother or for my nephew's school expense.
"Assalamu alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh
Fiqhi Rulings do not apply to things which 'may have' occurred. They only apply to definite occurrences.
Even if pork had come into contact with with utensils or devices like food processors, once they are purified with water (washing thoroughly and making sure all impurities are visibly removed), it is pure to use hence would be permissible to buy and use."
I wanted to ask after having seen this answer-:
I have just moved into a rented house, where things have been used by previous people e.g grill, oven etc. The grill has grease on it (as grills do) am i obliged to wash it before use, as the grill could be contaminated with haraam food effects?
so the question is do i have to purify it first? can you tell me how to do this, i thing it will take a long time for me to remove the grease.
Assalaamu Alaikum.I have heard that to keep a beard is Sunnat and Farz (compulsory). I wpould like to know if it is Farz or Sunnat. Please let me know.Jaza K'Allah.Allah Hafiz.
What is the language of the khutba? Can you do it in Arabic, then translate it in english or is it in Arabic only?
Also, can you do part of it in Arabic and then the rest in english?
Please could you reply to this soon.
In the Hanafi Madhab if a person reads the translation of a Sajdah verse, do we have to do Sajdah?
It is said to recite third kalima 300 times in this salaat. Third
Kalima consists of two ayats. It is said to recite first part, i.e
" Subhaan Allahi Wal Hamdulillahi Wa Laa ilaha illal Laahu Wallahu Akbar ".
However, someone told me to recite full Kalima i.e, the second part as well.