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: I take Pietermaritzburg as my home (Wathne Asli), however due to me studying and being married, I live in Isipingo Beach and take Isipingo as my Wathne Iqaamat. If I stay in Isipingo for less than 15 days will I be a musaafir in Isipingo? Doesَ my wife have to follow my intention as… read more »
Q: I have travelled with my family safar distance to a major city with many suburbs within it, we will be staying in the madressa property in this city, for 2 months and then returning to our town. We are already here 2 weeks. I never intended staying in the madressa for full 15 days… read more »
Q: When we go for umrah, all the umrah busses stop for asr prayer according to shafiee time. We (ladies) strictly follow hanafi time. In winters, due to school, we read our zuhur salah after the shafiee asr azan, as hanafi zuhur salaah time is still there. We also read our asr according to hanafi time… read more »
1. When a woman covers herself when leaving her home is it forbidden for herto cover herself with colours which are bright if it is forbidden then whichcolours will be regarded as bright. 2. Due to widespread sinning nowadays will it be prohibited for a woman totravel any distance without a mahram. Answer… read more »
AssalamuAlaykum Mufti saheb This is another musafir masalah I am from roshnee, studying in Azaadville (distance roshnee-Azaadville=76 Km) My wife is from rustenburg which is +-100 km to Azaadville So we staying together here in Azaadville, but i do not intend ever settling down here because… read more »
Assalamualikum, Q-1, I am working in college where it was a practice of sending alternatively students to 2days or 3 days jamat every week, before the turn comes a students used to deposit some money as advance(Usooli) against his 2days or 3 days jamat(Safar) expense, the person who recived the money has maintained… read more »