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Family Values in Islam

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Family Values in Islam A family is considered as a cornerstone of the social system. The progress and welfare of society or its breakdown can be traced to the strength and unity or to the weakness of the family. Islamic Family values establishes minimum basic rights to guarantee the interests of each family member, it… read more »

Fajr and Esha time in Britain

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Salaams, I want to pose a question on the times of Fajr and Isha in the Uk. Certain individuals follow what is 15 degrees solar depression in Isha, and 18 degrees in Subhus Sadiq. On the contrary, there is another Salaah time for Isha and Fajr, based on “viewing”, which in technical terms they call… read more »

Etiquettes of Jumu`ah

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I would like clarification on-  1.      How many rakaats are to be performed in the jummah salaah? 2.      How many azans should be called for Jummah? 3.      Can you also advise on some adhabs or etiquettes of this blessed day?  In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful Answer It is Sunnah… read more »

Eid Greetings

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What is the correct way to give Eid greetings? Please give references. Once again thank you for your valuable time.   In the name of Allah the most Merciful the most Beneficent.   Answer:   Greeting one another and making musafahah and mu’aanaka was common among the Sahaba (RA). There are many hadiths on the… read more »

Durud Al Taj

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  Duruud al -Taj   In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful.   Answer   There appears a hadith in Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim where Saiduna Kaab Ibn Ujrah Radiallahu Anhu reported to have said ; “(When this verse was revealed Surah Al-Ahzaab v.56), someone asked the Prophet of Allah… read more »

D`ua after salah in congregation

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Dua after salah in congregation Allah has created mankind in order to obey his commands and worship him. Worshipping is a fundamental part of being a Muslim. Worshipping was also common and familiar with the Ummah before Islam, but the difference was that Allah (swa) through the Holy Prophet sallallahu Alaihi Wasalam informed the people… read more »

Concept of Divorce

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  In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful   Concept of Divorce Answer   Nikah (marriage) is an instinctive need of a man and woman, and a means for the preservation of mankind. Moreover, nikah is a desired act and its lifelong fulfilment and safekeeping have been stressed upon.   The… read more »


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I heard that there are different types of innovation (bidah). What are they? In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,   Answer: There are two definitions of bidah (innovation). The first linguistic and the second technical. The word bidah linguistically means introducing something new, whereas it’s technical is “that belief or action which… read more »

Azan at the time of Burial

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After burial of the deceased some people give Azan on the grave, they say “It comforts the dead in the horrid loneliness of grave”, is the calling of the Azan permissible without thinking of it as compulsory and is this proven from sunnah, the sahabah or any of the Imams? In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent,… read more »