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This answer was collected from AskOurImam.com, which is operated under the supervision of Mufti Hanif Yusuf Patel. He graduated from Jamiatul Ilm Wal Huda, Blackburn, U.K, with a distinction in Alimiyyah degree. He thereafter travelled to Darul Iftaa Mahmudiyyah Durban, South Africa, to train as a Mufti under the tutelage of Mufti Ebrahim Desai and Mufti Husain Kadodia.

All you can eat buffets

Answered by IslamicPortal.co.uk

What is the ruling on the prevalent buffets in restaurants where you can eat however much you want for a fixed fee? Is this not prohibited due to not knowing the amount a person will eat? بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Answer This is permissible because the ambiguity (jahālah/garar) is of a tolerable level. It does… read more »

Early settlement discount

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Q: Will it be permissible for one to make an agreement with the supplier, at the onset before purchasing, that for example, the terms will be 30 days with a discount of 5%? There are a few supplier with whom we have an agreement such as the one described above and we keep to the… read more »

Islamic finance

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Q: Our locally accepted Mufti Sahib has developed a plan with a community bank that offers ‘Shariah Compliant’ home financing. The structure is as follows: 1.) The Muslim buyer would select the property and the bank would purchase it with a contact for immediate resale to the Muslim Purchaser for a fixed amount that would… read more »

Wearing jewellery with stones

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Q: I have a question regarding using/wearing stones in jewellery. I know that stones like kyanite and lapis lazuli are often used by people because they believe that they have certain metaphysical properties. I’ve recently come into quite a few stones (quartz crystal, malachite, kyanite, etc.) that have been passed from person to person, but… read more »

Inheritance

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Q: I need clarity on a few issues pertaining to inheritence and the shar’i ruling. As I write this email I am currently handling the affairs of my father. He is currently sitting in debt over 1.2 million rands. 1. Firstly, there is a family business which is about 30 – 35 years old. This… read more »

Eating at an open buffet restaurant

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Q: What is the ruling on buying from open buffet restaurants, where the customer pays a set amount and eats an unknown amount of food that is not known to the buyer or the purchaser, rather he may eat until he is full? A: It is permissible. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.  … read more »

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