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  1. Greed for Good Deeds By Shaykhul-Hadīth, Hadrat Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh Sayyidunā Abū Hurayrah radhiyallāhu ‘anhu Once Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam gave Sayyidunā Abū Hurayrah radhiyallāhu ‘anhu the responsibility of looking after the dates of sadaqatul-fitr collected from the people during the month of Ramadān. At night, a person came and started taking from the dates. Sayyidunā Abū Hurayrah radhiyallāhu ‘anhu caught him and said, “By Allāh! I will definitely take you to Rasūlullāh sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam.” He said, “I am in need, I have a fa
  2. MASTERING FIQH OF MENSTRUATION - LEVEL 2 The first level of Whitethread’s course, “Mastering the Fiqh of Menstruation,” was an in-depth study of Imam Ibn ‘Abidin al-Shami’s commentary on Birgivi’s Manual (Manhal al-Waridin). The course, taken by over 500 students, focused primarily on Imam Abu Yusuf’s rulings. However, students and instructors equally felt it would be beneficial to study Imam Muhammad’s opinion. The second level of this course will now delve into relevant sections of Imam Farid al-Din ‘Alim ibn al-‘Ala’s Al-Fatawa al-Tatarkhaniyya (d. 786) and Imam Burhan al-D
  3. MASTERING FIQH OF MENSTRUATION - LEVEL 1 Have questions about menstruation? Confused about hayd, nifas and istihada? …Do you apply the 10-15 rule when blood is continuous or is this incorrect? Many women have problems during their menstruation and need assistance. This course will help you gain clarity and understanding of how to differentiate between hayd and istihada. Salat, fasts, and many other sacred laws are dependent on knowing if the blood is hayd, nifas or istihada. The course will empower you to correctly identify different types of blood. Are you one that is passiona
  4. No one is banned from the forum without legitimate reason Brother CH however this topic will not be open for discussion with the approach of the final blessed days of Ramadhan. If need be, it will be opened after Ramadhaan for amicable discussions and questions for more clarity. I do not intend however to get into unnecessary discussions on matters beyond my knowledge since I have tried to explain to the best of my ability with what I learnt from the best teachers on this subject and years of experience with women’s menstruation problems and consulting different Mufti sahibs in the UK. I
  5. Assalaamu ‘alaykum warahmatullah I will try to answer your question to the best of my ability according to what I have learnt in these “billion courses and gazillion articles”. On a side note, these courses and articles are mostly very basic, outlining the maxims for awareness. The only in-depth courses in the UK that I know of were conducted by Ustadhah Hidaya Hartford and Mufti Abdul Rahman Mangera sahib. I know there is one in Pakistan which is in Urdu and which many UK sisters have joined. Regarding: Absolutely agree with you. They probably did not eve
  6. I am not going to delete the thread despite Brother CH's rather selfish comment. I believe it can be insha-allah very beneficial for men and women to realise the importance of recording women's cycles. As Allaamah Shaami rahimahullah says, "Men are responsible for educating them in religion, the principles of faith (aqaaid) and the branches that they are in need of in all the states of life." Insha-allah will post my answer later. Apologies for the delay but I've had a busy morning today and was not up to answering yesterday
  7. A Simple Step to Success By Shaykhul-Hadīth, Hadrat Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh As believers, we all have a responsibility to live our lives according to the commands decreed by Allāh ta‘ālā. While some are more guilty than others, from time to time we all find ourselves in breach of His Laws. Whilst advising friends who had joined me in i‘tikāf during the last ten days of Ramadān this year (November 2007), a thought came to my mind which I felt strongly would be helpful for a believer to keep within the bounds set by Allāh ta‘ālā. I would like to share t
  8. Pregnancy, Fasting and Fidya Question I am 3 months pregnant. I cannot fast because I am weak due to the fact that I cannot eat a lot. Can I give Fidyah? Answer If you have been advised by a Muslim gynaecologist or doctor that fasting will endanger your life or the life of your baby, then you may leave out the fasts. You will then have to observe the aadhaa of these fasts when you are clean after the pregnancy. Fidyah is only for those who leave out the fast because of a sickness, and do not have hope of ever recovering from that sickness. In fact, even if
  9. Pregnant women fasting My question is regarding my wifes pregnancy and fasting. My wife is 7.5 months pregnant and we have decided that she doesnt fast this year because its the main stage for her pregnancy and it could be a risk. So how much money or people do we feed for every fast. Answer: In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful. If a woman is in her early stages of her pregnancy and by fasting it would not affect the health of the mother and nor of the unborn child then it is obligatory upon her to fast. However, if the woman genuinely f
  10. Pregnant Women & Fasting Advice from an observant Muslim OBGYN who has advised many pregnant and nursing women during Ramadan Answered by Ustadha Zaynab Ansari & Ustadha Sulma Badrudduja Question: I know for many women who breast feed, they need to keep hydrated so that they are able to produce milk to feed their child. What do you suggestion one should do when wanting to fast but yet still breast feeding? What suggestions can you give for a woman in this situation in order to benefit the most from Ramadan? Answer: The normal case is that Muslim women who are
  11. Fasting during pregnancy, and the issue of relying on ‘expert medical opinion’ Can you please clarify if I am not going to be fasting in this coming month of Ramadan because of my pregnancy, apart from making up my fasts I want to feed a poor person throughout Ramadan too. What is the ruling on this and how much will I need to pay in pounds for a sufficient feed? Answer: I pray that this finds you well, and in the best of health and spirits. May Allah grant you all good and success in this life and the next. The default is that all adult Muslims are respon
  12. Pregnant Women Fasting? If a woman is pregnant and does not fast, but gives the fidya to the poor, does she still have to make her missed prayers? there are so many people out there who tell me that if you give the money you don’t have to make up the fasts. Answer: Walaikum assalam, I pray this finds you in the best of health and spirits. [1] It is established that unperformed fasts (whether with or without excuse) are obligatory to make up. Giving the expiatory payments (fidya) does not lift the duty of making up the fast. (Ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muh
  13. Things Women on Menses can do in Ramadan FAQ's - Women Ramadhaan and Women Pregnancy/Nursing & Fasting I'itikaaf for Women
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