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Some Important Fiqh Concerning Udhiya/Qurbani

Answered by Daruliftaa.com

Can you please provide some details regarding Qurbani, especially the rules regarding having one’s Qurbani done in UK slaughterhouses? ANSWER In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful, ‘Udhiya’ is an Arabic term which means ‘sacrificing an animal’, and ‘Qurbani’ is an Urdu and Persian word derived from the Arabic word ‘Qurban’ which literally… read more »

Is Charging a Fee for Cupping (Hijama) Permissible?

Answered by Daruliftaa.com

I run a clinic in which we provide private health care services including wet cupping/Hijama therapy. Primarily we provide Hijama for the treatment of medical ailments; however we do also provide treatment for Sunna/prophylactic reasons too. To maintain a high standard, all patients are seen by a qualified doctor before undergoing the treatment & we… read more »

Is the usage of soap permissible? Is it permissible to consume food items which contain ingredients from animals which are not slaughtered according to Shari’āh?

Answered by Askimam.org

I need more clarification on the answer in fatwa #19734. Soap from animal fat is reported in that fatwa is halal. How about the source of such animal if is not slaughtered according to Shari’āh like goat, camel, or cow in the USA? Similarly, regarding the food products like cakes, ice creams, biscuits, chocolates, snacks… read more »

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