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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.

Sending Zakat funds abroad

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Can Zakat funds be sent abroad? بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Answer It is generally preferred that Zakat funds are spent locally within one’s town if there are eligible Muslim recipients for Zakat. If someone however decides to send his Zakat elsewhere particularly if there is greater need elsewhere or to relatives, this is permissible. In… read more »

Inheritance Question

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One of my relatives recently passed away. He has left behind his wife and both his parents are also alive. He also has a brother who is alive. He has no children. Please can you advise how his wealth should be distributed among the inheritors. بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم Answer Based on the information provided,… read more »

Ghusal after a post mortem

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Q: Deceased Muslim victims of accidents such as Road/Fire/Drowning/Murder and the like whom the law authorities takeover, conduct an autopsy/post mortem on them. After this process, the body is wrapped in a white cloth and handed over to the relatives. How must one conduct the Ghusl e Janaazah on this body. Must the body be… read more »

Beauty parlours

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Q: Is it permissible for a Muslim woman to leave her home in order to go to a beauty parlour or salon to style her hair or wax the hair on her body? What is the Shar’ee ruling in regard to this issue? A: In Deen, the most important obligation after Imaan is salaah. In regard to… read more »

Burying a non-muslim

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Q: 1. If a non-muslim passes away and he does not have any relative to bury him besides one Muslim relative, will it be permissible for the Muslim relative to bury the non-muslim deceased? Further, if the Muslim relative does not have wealth to pay for the burial, can one assist him by giving him… read more »

Obeying the husband

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Q: If a husband strictly prohibits his wife to use online chat platforms based on her life before marriage (she used to freely talk with non-mahrams – Alhamdulillah now she repented and practicing the proper ways now, May Allah forgive her and me). Even if she uses it to chat with her relatives he objects… read more »

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