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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.

Travelling safar distance

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Q: Is it allowed to have 2 watan iqamah at one time? Does leaving my “watan iqamah”, make my watan iqamah no longer my watan iqamah? (Does traveling from my watan iqamah make my watan iqamah batil)? For example – London is my watan iqamah (I’m staying there with intention of 2 years), if I… read more »

Musaafir flying over his hometown

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Q: If a musaafir, during his safar from Joburg to Umzinto (supposing Umzinto has an airport), flies over his hometown (Watn-e-Asli), Overport. While flying over Overport, will it be regarded as though he entered his hometown and his safar ended? Since the distance between Overport and Umzinto is not safar distance, if the time of… read more »

Changing into a clean ihraam

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Q: If one goes for umrah and during the safar one’s ihraam gets soiled with any form of najaasat, can one change into a new ihraam, or does the one that’s soiled have to be washed and worn again? A: It is permissible to change the ihraam. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best. حدثنا قتيبة… read more »

Reciting an aayah incorrectly in salaah

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Q: 1. If an Imaam recited the aayat of Surah Naba’ incorrectly, instead of reciting لا يتكلمون إلا من أذن له الرحمن, he recited لا يتكلمون من أذن له الرحمن, will the salaah break? 2. If the salaah breaks, then if among the muqtadees there was a person who was a musaafir, should the musaafir muqtadee repeat… read more »

Travelling safar distance

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Q: If a person living in North Beach, Durban travels to the Pietermaritzburg CBD using the N3 will he be considered a Musafir? A: If the distance to your destination is 78 km or more you will be a musaafir. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.   Answered by: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach)… read more »

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