Food touching the moustache Hanafi Fiqh > Muftionline.co.za Q: I know the moustache should be trimmed for men but is it true that any food that touches it becomes makrooh? A: No. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best. Answered by: Mufti Zakaria Makada Checked & Approved: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Source Read these QA to learn more..I understand that it’s compulsory to do wudhu for touching the Qur’an but is it necessary to do so while reading as well – even on the iPad or phones? As I am not physically touching it?In the times of Menses(periods)lady can recite Quran Shareef with touching or not touching it. And can read or recite any islamic book, wazifa, dua or any surah in the book with touching or not touching it? Request for prayers Jazak AllahIs it permissible for a male to shave off moustache? If not, why do I see hanafi Mufti’s and Moulana’s with no moustache, only beard?As Salam alaikum. I Recently came across a question from my friend, he asked me the following. Here (some ppl) invite for food, for the food which is cooked on some one else name i.e GairulAllah. My Question is that ppl who go and eat do they lose their Imaan due to eating? such Haram food? and also ppl who cooked and served such food lose their Imaan? Spme ppl knowing that the food is cooked on some one else name go and eat. what is the Islamic Ruling on This Could you please Explain. Thank you very much for helping the Ummah understand Shariah. Jazak’AllahWhich thing in food category (out of side) we should eat or which we should not eat. Please let me know about the food which we can eat out of home like cold drinks, junk food, pizza etc.What is the ruling on moustache in Islam? Should the moustache be completely removed or rather only shortened? One alim in our area has long moustache in the two corners in upper lip and he said he is following the Sunnah of Umar bin Khattab (Radhi Allahu Anhu) who used to pull his moustaches hair near the lips when he was in deep thought of something and from this it is established that Umar (Radhi Allahu Anhu) had hair on both sides of the lips.