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Shaving & cutting hair?

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For how many days before Ei can u not cut or shave hair? Why? Answer Q: Is it prohibited to cut one’s hair in the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah?A: It is Mustahabb (commendable) for a person making Qurbaani not to cut thehair and finger nails from the 1st of Zul Hijjah until after… read more »

Would you please answer the followingquestions?

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Respected Mufti Sahib: As-Salaam-O-Alaykum. Would you please answer the following questions in light of the four schools of thought: . Is it permissable to recite Quran during salaah(obligatory or non-obligatory), while looking into it? . What is/are the ruling(s), regarding offering non-obligatory salaah in the form of a jamaat? . What are the rules pertaining… read more »

A couple of questions on Ramadan.

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1) If one is balig and it is nessecary for him to fast and he can’t due to health problems, what can he do to make up for lost fasts other than paying £2.00 fitrana for everyday missed? 2) Does the blessed seed oil (Kalunji) have the ailment for curing diabetes?- and if it does… read more »

What is the Islamic ruling about removing the hair from a newborn baby. I have received some mixed views. Jazakallah Khair.

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Answer AQEEQA It order to obtain blessings the following should be done:· The afterbirth (placenta) and navel cord should be buried with due caresince they are parts of the human body.· Upon birth: the newly born child should be given a proper Ghusl.· Thereafter, the first words to reach the child’s ears should be themessage… read more »

Are we allowed to eat kosher meat?

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Answer Allah Taãla says in the Noble Qurãn:‘Today I have made permissible for you pure things and the food of those whowere given the Book (Ahlul-Kitaab) is also Halaal for you’. (Qurãn 5:4) Overtly the above Aayat reads that the Zabeeha of the Ahlul-Kitaab ispermissible, but the fundamental principle must be understood in order tounderstand… read more »

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