Fatwa.org.au

The site is connected to Darul Ifta Australia, based in Melbourne, Australia.
It is operated by Mufti Faizal Riza, a student of Mufti Ebrahim Desai from South Africa.

Wrote only T for talaq

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_ My husband and I got into a very heated argument. He wrote down the letter ‘T’ implying talaq. Now, at the time I said to him “Do you want me to finish it for you?” He said, “You cant give it”. That there shows that his intention was quite clear as to what the… read more »

Women’s voice awrah

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_ 1. Is a woman’s voice her awrah? Can a woman speak with non-mahram men? 2. I have read the Ayesha(R.A) when communicating with non-mahrams  would place her finger into her mouth to alter her voice. Should this be practised by Muslim sisters? Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful…. read more »

Working at KFC

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Is it permissible to work at KFC? Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. __ It is not permissible to work at KFC (in Australia), as one will have to serve haram food to the customers.  (See: Fatawa Usmani: 3/398) And Allah knows best. Mufti Faizal Riza27/11/2011 Source

Can Muslims work in banks, such as asset management and corporate banking. We all know that the banks (non-Islamic) are the centres of interest; so any job in a bank is likely to be haram. Also, the culture in a bank is very materialistic and secular and bank employees are always thinking about making money and surrounding themselves with material things. I feel that working in non-Islamic bank is prohibited for Muslims. Is this view correct?

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_ Can Muslims work in banks, such as asset management and corporate banking. We all know that the banks (non-Islamic) are the centres of interest; so any job in a bank is likely to be haram. Also, the culture in a bank is very materialistic and secular and bank employees are always thinking about making… read more »

Woman waxing her arms and legs

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Is it permissible for a woman to wax her arms and legs? Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. It will not be permissible for a woman to wax her arms and legs if her intention is to follow the fashion or to appear attractive to unrelated men. If however… read more »

Women visiting graveyard

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1) Can females visit graveyards? 2) Is it permissible to visit the graves of pious people? What about singing qawali and doing dhamaal there? Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. 1) Elderly women are permitted to visit the graveyard provided that they do so in order to admonish themselves… read more »

Will heirs inherit this house

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We took loan and built a house. So in building that I, the eldest son, and my father contributed. This was after my eldest sister got married. And the house is still under loan and the property is under my mother’s, father’s and my name. Does my eldest sister and brother have share in that… read more »

Woman appointing executor

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1) Does a woman have a right to nominate her own executor (was’i) of her will? 2) Must the executors of a woman’s will be her husband/sons/ or other mahrams? 3) If the woman is a widow, and has 2 sons, do these 2 sons automatically become the executors of her will? Or does her… read more »

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