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Fantasizing about Other Than One’s Spouse

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Question: Assalamu alaykum. Is it permissible for a man or woman to fantasize that they are having sexual relations with other to whom they are married? Country: United Kingdom Answer: Wa alaykum salam wa rahmatuLlah wa barakatuHu, In Tuhfah v.7, p. 205-06, Ibn Hajar mentioned the case of a man having relations with his wife… read more »

A Scholar’s Insha’Allah with an ‘Ayn

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Question: Aslaamu Alykum, I have a question. The question is that I have always been taught one is obligated to recite the Quran with tajweed correctly meaning he needs to say the letters from the correct articulation points. But you see people in these times who are considered by some as scholars yet when the… read more »

Human Rights between Islam and the West

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With regard to human rights in the West as a universal principle, we are going to introduce their background and philosophy from a Western perspective through a Western writer. I will interfere with only some short and limited comments to draw attention to some useful points in comparison. This writer is called Asberon Eide, director… read more »

I am university student and require help with some essays I have because certain books have not been able to help. Hope you can provide help

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This is the question I require help with… Jazakallah ”The day when the month of Ramadan begins every year, differs in each region. This has become a a major source of concern for Muslim scholars and confusion for the Muslim public, espcially those living in non-Muslim countries” Discuss the problem with a special reference to… read more »

11th October 2010 / 2nd Zul Qadah 1431 Assalamou alaikum Respected Mufti sahib, I live in England, United Kingdom. I am a widow, my husband passed away nearly 3 months ago. I have 9 sons and 2 daughters. My husband?s mother is also alive. My late husband was the owner of two houses. Some months prior to his death, my husband made me a joint owner in one of these properties. Upon the instructions of my late husband, a solicitor completed the legal paperwork and we both signed various documents in the presence of witnesses. After the death of my husband, my children requested a scholar to explain the rules of Islamic inheritance so we could distribute my husband?s wealth according to the Shariah. When the discussion arose about the joint ownership of one of the houses, the scholar was of the opinion that this transfer of joint ownership was not valid because it seemed to him that this was only done symbolically and not as a genuine gift. However, beside the legal paperwork there is no other document available to support or negate the intention of the deceased. The scholar also said that even if the above gift was genuine, this kind of gift is faasid because of the following rule of Hiba: ومن وهب شقصاً مشاعاً فالهبة فاسدةٌ، فإن قسمه وسلمه جاز ) الهداية شرح بداية المبتدي,ص225,ج3, الناشر المكتبة الإسلامية) Which in essence says, if the item is such that if it is divided it can still be of use, then it is not permissible to give it without dividing it. Such items are ?a plot of land, a big house…?. See Bahishti Zewar (link below) page 66 point 5 http://www.islamicbulletin.org/free_downloads/women/bahishti_4_5_6_7.pdf I would be grateful if you would clarify (a) whether a house in the UK falls within the category of divisible property; (b) whether according to the Shariah I am the rightful owner of 50% of the house which was in joint ownership between myself and my husband. Jazakallah

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11th October 2010 / 2nd Zul Qadah 1431 Assalamou alaikum Respected Mufti sahib, I live in England, United Kingdom. I am a widow, my husband passed away nearly 3 months ago. I have 9 sons and 2 daughters. My husband?s mother is also alive. My late husband was the owner of two houses. Some months… read more »

I want to know what Islam says about donating blood or organs to someone and if Islam allows it, is it allowed to give blood or organs to a non-Muslim or an organization like Red Cross or any other non-Muslim organization. In my case I am living in United Kingdom so can I give blood or organs to an organization who needs it?

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I want to know what Islam says about donating blood or organs to someone and if Islam allows it, is it allowed to give blood or organs to a non-Muslim or an organization like Red Cross or any other non-Muslim organization. In my case I am living in United Kingdom so can I give blood… read more »

What to the Ulama say regarding attending magic shows?

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What to the Ulama say regarding attending magic shows?Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.   As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. Magic is impermissible.[i] To happily attend gatherings where the disobedience of Allah is taking place is a form of disobedience.  Hence, it will be sinful to attend such gatherings.[ii] And… read more »

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