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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Things Women on Menses can do in Ramadan FAQ's - Women Ramadhaan and Women Pregnancy/Nursing & Fasting I'itikaaf for Women
  7. Fasting in the Light of the Sunnah Rulings pertaining to Fasting Saum.pdf
  8. Articles Read Question/Answers Having problems with your cycle? Confused? Ask a question A dedicated team is available to answer all matters related to menstruation (hayd), post-natal bleeding (nifas) and irregular bleeding (istihada). Each question will be answered and verified by trusted members of the Menstrual Matters team.
  9. Menstrual Matters is a project of Whitethread, under the guidance of Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera, with the objective of educating women on menstruation and post-natal bleeding, as well as other related subjects. VISIT THE WEBSITE HERE Dr Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera established Whitethread Institute with the express purpose of enhancing educational pathways for Muslim scholars. It now serves the important role of allowing scholars to synthesize between modern-day challenges and traditional texts. The Menstrual Matters Project is the latest initiative to emerge from Whitethre
  10. Randomly choosing from different Mazhabs Q: Why do the Ulama say that we need to stick to one mazhab? Can't one apply one's personal understanding and reasoning in choosing the view of the mazhab which one regards correct? https://ecp.yusercontent.com/mail?url=http%3A%2F%2Fmuftionline.co.za%2Fb.jpg&t=1616258361&ymreqid=1e76d8aa-a6f0-66f7-1c61-720001014200&sig=n6Rtb33dZQNDKMxmLue8rg--~D A: In principle, we believe and accept that all four mazhabs are on Haq. Similarly, each mazhab has their proofs which are supported from the Qur'aan and Sunnah. Howeve
  11. Imaam Asma‘ee (rahimahullah), a great scholar of this Ummah who passed away in the year 215 A.H. or 216 A.H., narrates the following incident: On one occasion, I set off into the wilderness, accompanied by one of my friends. While traveling, we lost the road. After some time, when we halted, we suddenly came across a tent and thus headed towards it. When we came to the tent, we called out with salaam and heard a woman reply to our greeting. She asked, “Who are you?” We replied, “We were passing by when we lost our way. We then saw your tent and thus came
  12. Emotional WellbeingPhysical WellbeingSelf Improvement The Beast In The Mirror: Overcoming Body Dysmorphic Disorder “Mirrors are perpetually deceitful. They lie and steal your true self. They reveal only what your mind believes it sees.” – Dee Remy Are you finding yourself in front of your mirror on a regular basis and noting all of your imperfections? Are you embarrassed to leave the home because of a minor flaw or blemish on your face? Is plastic surgery on the horizon for you in the near future? If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may
  13. Question Many brothers ask by email about the issue of shaking hands with women in professional settings where, they say, not doing so would harm or impede their ability to function. They may not get hired, promoted, or accepted in professional areas (such as law) where Muslim presence is essential. I checked what some major contemporary traditional fuqaha, such as Shaykh Taqi Usmani and some of my teachers in Damascus, had to say, and they are very firm on this point. But the brothers who asked are saying that such answers belie a lack of understanding of “Western realities.” They a
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