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Last Modified:  31 Oct 2012 09:36  GMT

Islam is the most organized of all practicing religions in the world. In every aspect of life, Islam is more social than individual. Muslims all over the world assemble in their local mosques five times a day then they attend every Friday in a much larger gathering for Juma. Every year they all observe one month fasting together. While they give Zakat (the right of the needy in the surplus income of the rich) they give it in a collective way. Every year they do have a world conference in terms o ...



Last Modified:  14 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

Due to business loss, my husband owes very big amount of debt to banks & relative, it will take him many years to pay back, can we go for Hajj or Umrah at this stage?



Last Modified:  10 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

I would like to perform ‘Umra. I vowed hat if my salary increases I will perform ‘Umra. But I have debts to pay off. Is it permissible if I go for ‘Umra now, or must I wait until my debt is paid? May Allah reward you!



Last Modified:  06 Jun 2011 02:49  GMT

I want to know about ‘Umrah in detail.



Last Modified:  05 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

Is ‘Umrah obligatory or Sunnah?



Last Modified:  02 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

Is there any particular virtue in performing Umrah in the month of Rajab?



Last Modified:  25 May 2011 02:10  GMT

My father wanted to take my mother for Hajj and he asked me to pay all the expenses for my mother's Hajj, and I agreed. After Hajj and before I could pay the expenses of my mother's Hajj, my father died. Are the Hajj expenses now regarded as inheritance for my siblings or can I give them in charity so that the reward will reach him? If giving them in charity is permissible, can I give them to my younger brothers so that they can build a house with them because they do not own a house, or can I h ...



Last Modified:  21 May 2011 02:10  GMT

I want to go fo Umah but as i cant go without Meam, i'm stuck & sad, my husband is vey much busy with his wok cant leave the site fo8-10 days , kindly guide me how can i p fom umah & please pay fo my family & husband.



Last Modified:  16 May 2011 02:10  GMT

I am going to Makkah to do ‘Umrah, but I do not know any du'aa's. Can you help me?



Last Modified:  12 May 2011 02:10  GMT

A man entered ihraam with the intention of doing Hajj tamattu', and he did the tawaaf of ‘Umrah, but he did not complete seven circuits. Then he did saa'i and cut his hair, then he exited ihraam and had intercourse with his wife, then he did all the rituals of Hajj in full after that. Is his Hajj valid?



Last Modified:  16 Dec 2010 03:10  GMT

Is it permissible to do ‘Umrah on behalf of living people who are able to do it?



Last Modified:  15 Dec 2010 03:10  GMT

Is it permissible to do ‘Umrah on behalf of living people who are able to do it?



Last Modified:  07 Dec 2010 03:10  GMT

Ive read in your fatwas, this will mean for non-pilgrims the 9th day for fasting is different for those following the regional opinion of eid ul adha to the 9th day in saudi arabia e.g. yoour 9th day for fasting in the uk may be when it is the 10th day of eid in saudi. Ok that i understand. The bit I'm not sure about is: I've read in a book, that you should do duaas on the day of arafat 9th day, just like the pilgrims are doing, its good day for duas even for non pigrims to be done simultane ...



Last Modified:  24 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

What are the benefits of Hajj?



Last Modified:  18 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

Sometimes there is severe crowding in the mataaf (place of tawaaf around the Ka’bah) and some ignorant people pray there, close to the Maqaam, and get in the way of other people's tawaaf, and some of them make a circle around the one who is praying (to shield him). Is there any blame on us if we push them, especially when there is severe crowding?



Last Modified:  17 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

Many men, if they have women with them, hold hands with one another during tawaaf and form a ring around the women who are with them so that some of them end up doing tawaaf with their backs to the Ka’bah or with the Ka’bah on their right.



Last Modified:  17 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

A man who is not weak in his religious commitment performed Hajj, but he committed the secret habit (masturbation) once during on the nights when the pilgrims stay overnight in Mina. Does he have to do anything?



Last Modified:  13 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

We are from Jeddah and after Hajj, some of those who were with us said that the people of Jeddah do not have to do the farewell tawaaf. What should we do?



Last Modified:  10 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

I live in Saudi and by Allah’s leave I will go for Hajj this year, but because of my work I will get on the plane on the day of ‘Arafah at 10 a.m. Will this be a valid Hajj if I go on the day of ‘Arafah and do not do the rituals before the day of ‘Arafah? If the plane is late and I get to Jabal ‘Arafah after sunset, will I have missed out on Hajj? Please note that this is the first time I am doing Hajj. Where do I have to be in ‘Arafah in order for my Hajj to be val ...



Last Modified:  09 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

I live in Saudi and by Allah’s leave I will go for Hajj this year, but because of my work I will get on the plane on the day of ‘Arafah at 10 a.m. Will this be a valid Hajj if I go on the day of ‘Arafah and do not do the rituals before the day of ‘Arafah? If the plane is late and I get to Jabal ‘Arafah after sunset, will I have missed out on Hajj? Please note that this is the first time I am doing Hajj. Where do I have to be in ‘Arafah in order for my Hajj to be val ...




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