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Is eating of Kheeri (commonly served with kaleji, seekh, kabab etc) halal? I searched on internet and found 7 prohibited things which we can’t eat. But I am still worried about my question. Kheeri is the part in mammals (milk giving animals) in which milk is formed and stored. In Muslim dominated area this thing… read more »
Is it Halal to spend interest earnings in paying of bank charges, like internet banking charges and ATM card charges etc. Please guide. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم (Fatwa: 599/465/SN=5/1439) According to Shariah, it is not lawful to pay interest money in paying the charges of internet banking and ATM. Bank levies these charges in return… read more »
(1) Can I upload Islamic video bayans with an intension of dawah on internet? (2) I want to take the teaching profession, can I teach at schools, colleges in which boys and girls study together? بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم (Fatwa: 157/119/SD=2/1439) (1) If the video contains the picture of living beings then it is… read more »
I am living in Indore with my family including my parents and brother. Me and my brother we both are engineers and Alhamdulillah earning good money. We are taking care of our parents and family as much as we can and we don’t want to leave them in any case. Also, we both have denied… read more »
(1) An Adobe Photoshop software new version price may be 100000 BDT. If anyone use the software by download from internet. Is it halal? (2) And earn money making graphics from that Photoshop is halal? بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم (Fatwa: 945/1027/M=9/1438) (1-2) If it is generally allowed to download the said software from the… read more »
Answered by: Moulana Muddasser Dhedhy Question: Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah I am a 21-year-old girl. I have always been very cautious while having a fard ghusl, such that none of the body parts is left dry. Yesterday, after removing my earrings, I had a fard ghusl and poured… read more »