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What is the Ruling on Cutting the Hair and Nails during Dhul Hijjah?

By Shaykh Abdurragmaan Khan / 28 May 2013


What is the ruling regarding shaving or clipping the nails during the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah, does it just apply to those going on Hajj?


Does one recite the Qunut aloud in Salah?

Source : / 20 May 2013

Question: Does one recite Qunut aloud in Salah? What is the proof for doing so if it is done?



According to the established verdict of the Madhdhab of Imam Ash-Shafi’i the Qunut is to be recited aloud. Imam An-Nawawi said,

والأصحندبالجهربهالامام, الصبحوغيرها


Rules Related to an Excused Person (Ma’dhur)

By Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari / 6 May 2013

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful.

There are two aspects to your question:

1) When and how is an individual classified as excused (ma’dhur)?

2) What are the rulings concerning a Ma’dhur ?


Dress Code of Muslim women

By Aisha Stacey / 6 May 2013

Islam is a complete way of life, each and every aspect is designed by our Creator to advance happy, healthy communities and ease the path to eternal bliss in Paradise. In today’s society modesty is seen as a sign of weakness or insecurity. This is not the case in Islam, where modesty is seen as a sign of respect for oneself and others.


Fiqh of Zakah – Wisdom and Obligation

Source : / 8 Apr 2013

Zakah linguistically means increase, meaning there is more barakah in the wealth.  Also, it is an increase for the poor recipients. It also means purification because it is a means of purification for one’s wealth.

Zakah is mentioned together with Salah in the Quran about 32 times, and it is the third pillar of Islam.  The one who denies Zakah being a pillar of Islam, then by consensus, he is not a Muslim. However, the one who acknowledges Zakah but does not pay it, is a major sinner but still within the fold of Islam according to the majority of scholars, including the 4 madhabs.


Is Masah on all types of Socks and Shoes Permissible

By Ebrahim Saifuddin / 20 Mar 2013

Question: On what types of socks is Masah permissible? What do 'Ulema of Islam say regarding this?


Aqiqah – celebrate the birth of your child

Source : Agencies / 16 Mar 2013

What is Aqiqah?

‘Aqīq consists of giving a name to the baby, shaving its hair, and offering a sacrifice.  It is  recommended that the new-born baby should be given either a compound name containing one of the most beautiful names of Allah (e.g. ‘Abd al-Hamīd), or the name of holy figures.

Aqiqah, an Islamic terminology, is defined as the animal that is slaughtered on the occasion of child birth. For the child there should be aqiqah, on behalf of the child make sacrifice and remove the hair. Hadith (Bukhari)


Non-Mazhabism: Regarding following a mazhab

by Shaykh Hajj Gibril GF Haddad

The fitna of La-Madhhabiyya [Not following an Islamic School] is among the modern heresies in Islam. There are many proofs against it. It is a superficial problem. One wonders why it is still around. Surely it survives only by the Divine will and is a blessing in disguise.


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