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  1. Q: I continuously get a discharge (from yellow to white) after haidh. What must I do if I feel the discharge during Salaah? Should a break the Salaah and renew my wuduh? How much liquid has to be discharged in order for the wuduh to be broken? What is the minimum time that one can be considered a ma’zurah? A: Every discharge, regardless of the amount, when it comes out invalidates the wudhu. A person will become a ma’zoor if the entire namaaz time passes in such a condition that he is unable to perform the Salaah with the uzr (i.e. the factor which breaks wudhu) (e.g. the coming out of discharge) not being found. وينقضه خروج ) كل خارج ( نجس ) بالفتح ويكسر ( منه ) أي من المتوضىء الحي معتادا أو لا من السبيلين أو لا ( إلى ما يطهر ) بالبناء للمفعول أي يلحقه حكم التطهير (الدر المختار 1/134) الباب الثالث في شروط الصلاة وهي عندنا سبعة الطهارة من الأحداث … الخ (الفتاوى الهندية 1/58) والمستحاضة ومن به سلس البول والرعاف الدائم والجرح الذي لا يرقأ يتوضئون لوقت كل صلاة فيصلون بذلك الوضوء في الوقت ما شاءوا من الفرائض والنوافل وقال الشافعي رحمه الله تتوضأ المستحاضة لكل مكتوبة لقوله عليه الصلاة والسلام المستحاضة تتوضأ لكل صلاة ولأن اعتبار طهارتها ضرورة أداء المكتوبة فلا تبقى بعد الفراغ منها(الهداية 1/67) Answered by: Mufti Zakaria Makada Checked & Approved: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Source http://islamqa.org/hanafi/muftionline/46005
  2. Q. Is it necessary for a muslim woman to grow her hair? Can she have her hair cut to beautify herself for her husband? She wears hijaab and niqaab infront of all ghair mahram. A. Bismillah Al-jawab billahi at-taufeeq (the answer with Allah's guidance) Yes, It is necessary for women to grow their hair long, as this is beauty for women. It is Haraam to cut, trim the hair to beautify herself for the husband or even ordered by him. "And do not cooperate in sinfulness and transgression. Have fear of Allah, for Allah is Stern in retribution." (5:2) Please also refer to: http://qa.muftisays.com/index.php?viewpage=viewQA&question=33 http://www.muftisays.com/qa.php?viewpage=viewQA&question=710 And Only Allah Ta'ala Knows Best. -------------------------------------- Moulana Qamruz Zaman London, UK Source : http://www.muftisays.com/qa/question/2120/cutting-of-hair.html
  3. Q. Is highlighting of Hair Allowed ? A. In the name Of Allah the Most Merciful Highlighting of the hair is allowed only if the following points are first taken into consideration first: 1. That it is done solely for the pleasure of the husband and not for fashion. If a married lady does it out of habit then this is permissible as long as it is her husband who gazes upon it. It is advisable that before an unmarried girl does this she looks at her intention. 2. The substance that you use on your hair is not alcoholic. Many hair dies contain Hydrogen peroxide (H202), which is non alcoholic and works by changing the hair pigment called melanin. Therefore, because the hair surface it not affected or coated (which would mean that the water will reach the hair strand) it would be permissible to use. 3. That your hair is not seen by a stranger, i.e. you wear a Hijaab (Scarf) if you go outside. 4. The substance which you use does not ?coat? the surface of the hair which would make it impermeable for water to reach the actual hair. Many hair dying agents work by coating the hair stand, which results in the water not reaching the hair. thus the Wudhu/Ghusl (bath) will not be valid. 5. Hair bleaches chemically alter the melanin granule in the middle layer of each hair strand, and this can prove very harmful for many individuals. When using harmful products on the body (without a valid reason or medical advice) it would be Makruh (Disliked) to do so. In my personal humble opinion Henna (Mendi) is probably the best substance to use and the closest to the Sunnah. 6. Many hair dyes come in temporary form, which eventually washes out, and others tend to be semi-permanent or permanent forms. The latter two can be harmful for your body. Again this would be Makruh 7. It should also be known that many hair dyes can result in hair loss and it is also a known fact that some hair colour dyes have been linked to different cancers (http://www.nontoxic-haircare.com). Again this would be Makruh. In conclusion after having taken all of the above mentioned points into account I would say that is it better to not highlight the hair out of mere Fashion but for the happiness of the spouse. Ref Tirmizi Fatawa Rahimiyah Vol 7 Pg, Vol 8 Pg 93 Organic Chemistry, McMurry Chemistry for the Pharmacy and life sciences, Gareth Thomas. And Allah the All-Powerful knows best. -------------------------------------- Mufti Abubakr Karolia Batley, U.K Source : http://www.muftisays.com/qa/question/648/highlighting-of-hair.html
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