Find answers to your Islamic questions by Mufti Zakaria Makada (Hafizahullah), who is currently a senior lecturer in the science of Hadith and Fiqh at Madrasah Ta’leemuddeen, Isipingo Beach, South Africa.
Q: Can mufti saheb please advise how the dua اللهم أجرني في مصيبتي وأخلف لي خيرا منه should be read? Can mufti please add the transliteration as well. A: One way of reciting it is: Allahumma’-jurnee fee museebatee wa akhlif lee khayram-minha (with a sukoon on the alif after Allahumma, and a dhammah on the jeem). For further detail, refer… read more »
Q: 1. I am suffering from anxiety. Please specify any dua or wazifa. 2. I am earning a halaal income but I want to have barakah in my income. I do everything to make Allah happy but sometimes I feel depressed that my duas are not being accepted. A: 1. Read durood shareef and picture… read more »
Q: I’ve made gheebat of many people but now I have repented. 1. Is it necessary to ask them for forgiveness as they do not know that I’ve made gheebat about them? 2. If I’ve made gheebat about somebody many years ago and they knew about it at that time but most probably forgot it… read more »
Q: Can you please tell me a dua to make my Quran hifz strong and so I don’t forget it. A: Refer to the attached document. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best. (Scroll down for more information regarding this question) Answered by: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Q: Do we pray it in pairs… read more »
Q: I am trying to feel close to Allah by not committing sins like avoiding porn and not mastrubating and not listening to music but the thing which is disturbing me is Shaytan. Shaytan is putting anxiety in me by making me think that I became pious. I will die soon. My health anxiety is disturbing… read more »
Q: When one sees the Ka’bah Shareef for the first time (whether in one’s life or when one travels to Makkah Mukarramah and sees the Ka’bah Shareef the first time), should one raise his hands in dua or not? A: There are two opinions in the Hanafi mazhab in regard to this mas’alah. The first… read more »