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  1. Haya


    Assalamu Alaikum, Qurbani K Masail - Maulana Manzoor Yousuf: http://www.fikreakhirat.org/qurbani.php
  2. Assalamu Alaikum Is it allowed to remove one inch long hair from face which is still growing? Is it normal? Answer: Wassalam. It's normal for that to happen. You can remove it. Either tweeze or wax it. Aalimah Zakiyya Pandor
  3. Question: i wanted to ask u abt the removal of facial hair from a womens face.. U said tht it is advisable that women get rid of their facial hairs, while in Bukhari shareef, there is a hadith contradicting this statement, Plz take a look at this hadith and remove my confusion, Narrated 'Abdullah: Allah has cursed those women who practise tattooing and those who get themselves tattooed, and those who remove their face hairs, and those who create a space between their teeth artificially to look beautiful, and such women as change the features created by Allah. Why then should I not curse those
  4. I felt the same. Haya is a feeling when you get it you know what it is. I got the feelings and I was trying to escape the feelings as I was guilty of using my name several times. I wanted to know what others feel... Many do, while there still some who don't feel the same. Anyway here's a beautiful reply by Aalimah Zakiyya: Wa alaykum assalam wr wb I deeply apologise for the delay in answer. While it is not a sin. It is just a matter of what is more preferable. It is preferable that you use a pseudoname or nickname or ur kuniyah. This was the practice of the sahaaybiyyat. Als
  5. Q. Assalamu Alaykum, I heard someone saying that killing mosquitoes is a Sunnah - Is that correct? A. Mufti Ismail Moosa: Wassalam, No, it is baseless.
  6. Q. Me: Assalamu Alaykum, If I didn't make an oath to Allah but made a promise to myself to do something which wasn't obligatory then would there be sin for not fulfilling it? A. Mufti Ismail Moosa: Wassalam, If you *verbally* took the words of oath (promise, qassam, Nadhr etc), then you will have to pay Kaffarah if you do not fulfill it. If you merely thought of an oath, nothing will be binding upon you. And Allah knows best. Q. Me: So there's no sin in breaking the promise that one made to onself. A. Mufti Ismail Moosa: Jee (Yes). Q. Me: If I just
  7. Question: Assalamu Alaikum, It's a common practice in my family that after the Ghusl of Haidh one must not utter any word and remain silent untill two rakats Nafal prayers are offered as kaffarah. What's the basis for it? Jazakillahu khairan. Answered by Aalimah Zakiyya Pandor: Wassalam, totally baseless, not established from any Hadith, or from any of our predecessors. WALLAHU ALAM
  8. Haya

    Kid's Night Terrors

    Yes, InshaAllah we can make her feel loved and secure. Thanks for sharing your experience and for all of your suggestions. That's helpful. Jazakillahu khairan.
  9. Haya

    Kid's Night Terrors

    Thanks for your advice, it's helpful, as always - Specifically that part where you mentioned that your son did overcome the fears, Alhamdulillah, I'm hopeful now. Will keep other points in mind too InshaAllah. Yes her mum consulted a doctor. But Sister's in laws are paying more attention to Jharr Phonk, Taweez Ganda, Amil Baba etc. Though I believe in Ruqyah, Manzil and Masnoon duas as honey api Ummi Talib mentioned but not in Amil babas etc. One thing I found out recently that on YouTube while watching cartoons of Dolphins and Spider Man she called them Baw. She knows how to open You
  10. Haya

    Kid's Night Terrors

    Yeah we've tried these things. But I don't think it's the case of Asebi Bandish, Jinnat or Saya etc.
  11. Assalamu Alaykum My niece suddenly wakes up screaming at night. She gets shivers and chills, afraid of dark, bugs, lizard and cat or any other animal she sees at night. I guess she sees frightful dreams, she's still quite young and can't express what she's seeing in her dreams. She just shouts out at a perceived threat, uttering phrases like, "Baw are going to get me!" "Baw" means ghost in her language. Nothing seems to comfort her. We're worried how to break this pattern as this happens almost every night. Have anyone got any experience of this or any suggestions please?
  12. Question: Assalamu Alaykum, I heard a scholar say that we shouldn't do Zikr randomly, e.g. we shouldn't recite Durood or Ayaats with Jalali kalimaat without getting a guidance on how many times these are to be recited, random recitation may have bad effect on our health and daily routing life, a person might get ill by reciting Jalali Kalimat without consult and heavy kalimaat shouldn't be recited excessively - Isn't excessive Zikr is a good thing, then why is there such a restriction? Why would any Zikr that have sacred words can have adverse effects? Please clarify InshaAllah. J
  13. Question: Assalamu Alaykum Does Islam justify honour killing of a woman like Qandeel Bloch, who used to share her vulgar Images and videos on social media? What could possibly be the punishment for the actions like hers? Answered by Mufti Ismail Moosa: Wassalam, No, such killings are not permissible. In an Islamic state, the government can precribe either jail, community service etc. or upto maximum 39 lashes for such actions. And Allah knows best.
  14. Question: Assalamu Alaikum Is it allowed for a Sister to discuss matters related to studies with na-mahram teacher via text message? The conversation if isn't not kept public, would be regarded as khalwah or not? Answer: ASSALAMU ALAIKUM 7 Sha’baan 1436 (26 May 2015) If the discussion via the computer is strictly formal and necessary, then it will be permissible. Furthermore, if the teacher is a faasiq, then even such discussion with him will be haraam. It will be haraam to take lessons from him. Also, if the teacher is a young Maulana, then too it will not be permissible. It will be
  15. Question Assalaamu alaykum. In Sahih Muslim there is a Hadith in which we are told to kill lizards (gecko). what kind of lizard is this. are we allowed to kill only this kind of lizard or any lizard. Shukran Answer This Hadith appears in Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 1831, Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 5803) The Arabic word used in the Hadith is وزغ (wazagh). The Muhaddithun have offered various different descriptions of this creature. Among them are: 1) ‘A harmful reptile’. 2) ‘A reptile that has legs which runs around at the roots of grass’.
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