Some of our women take off the niqāb when they get divorced by their husbands or become widowed by destiny. This act, unfortunately, makes one wonder for whom their faces were veiled ab initio - Allāh (their Creator) or...
Question: I have a little knowledge about muraabahah transactions, and I hope that you can explain it in a way that will help us to avoid anything haraam. I am an employee in a company where we have a muraabahah system....
Bid'ah is one of the most belittled evils in our society. The book, 50 Common Bid'ah (Religious Innovations) in our Contemporary World explains the general nature of "bid'ah", its types and implications in the affairs of a Muslim. It...
Question: Assalaamu alaykum. I would like to know whether it is permissible to work for a company that sells electronic goods on hire-purchase (with a monthly payment), where the price is inclusive of an interest element charged from the customer...
خلق الله آدم على صورته Shortly after the class on Al-Adab al-Mufrad today (12/Sept./2021), a brother requested I should give more explanations on the hadeeth noting the fact that some of the Scholars of Sunnah explain the hadeeth differently. Below was...
Question: Do our desires toward islamicaly sinful activities like alcohol, music or pornography come under minor shirk? If a muslim dies without repenting from minor shirk, is there a chance he or she can still attain Paradise? Answer: بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيْم In the name...
Question: Reciting Sūrah Al-Kahf on Fridays – does it need to be done in one sitting or is one allowed to read it in parts throughout the day and when is the last hour that it can be read for...
There is nothing wrong with a woman taking off her niqab or khimar in front of a blind man. It was narrated from Faatimah bint Qays (may Allaah be pleased with her) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings...
Question: I recently stumbled upon a video where I saw a Muslim preacher in the UK consume rat poison during a debate with Christian missionaries. Is such an act allowed in Islam to prove the legitimacy of Islām? Answer: In the Name...
Kung-fu is a Chinese term referring to a study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy and time to complete. Often used in the West to refer to Chinese martial arts. Arts such as kung-fu which build one’s moral and...

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