This answer was collected from TheMufti.com, which is a fatwa portal managed by Mufti Ismaeel Bassa from South Africa.
Q. If a person breaks Wudhu whilst performing Tawaaf of the Ka’bah and then goes to perform Wudhu, from where does a person start Tawaaf after returning to the Mataaf? Does a person have to repeat the entire Tawaaf? A. It is necessary for a person to be in the state of Wudhu whilst making… read more »
Q. Please can you advise me. I have a friend who is not married But she has fallen pregnant. She would like to know when is it permissible to make nikaah and how can she repent for her sins? A. Pre-marital relationships are prohibited in Islam and is a major sin. The man and woman… read more »
Q. If a woman remarried and adopts a female baby and breast feeds her. Does the adopted father become her mahram too? A. If a couple adopts a child and the wife breastfeeds the adopted child under the age of two years, the adopted child becomes Mahram to the wife and the husband. The same… read more »
Q. If a revert Muslim passes away and he is survived by non-Muslims heirs only, who inherits form his estate? A. In an Islamic state, if a Muslim passes away and is survived by non-Muslims heirs only or no heirs at all according to the Islamic Law of Succession and Inheritance, his/her entire estate will… read more »
Q. If I have made Masah on my leather socks and I am a Muqeem, then before one day and one night passed, I made Safr, do I have to break my Masah on my leather socks and start again or do I continue? A. Muqeem (resident/non-Shari’ traveller) is permitted to make Masah (wipe) over… read more »
Q. In regards to bad deeds being erased by good deeds, does this also apply when people abuse and oppress their staff, swearing them and even physically assaulting them. It seems that these people are under the impression that their Salaat and charity absolves them of their oppression. A. With regards to good deeds erasing… read more »