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The golden domes above the holy shrines of the Prophet and his Ahl-ul-Bait and other respected personalities in Islam are a sign of their value for the believer who visits them. These personalities gave everything they had for the cause of Islam and without their selfless effort and sacrifice we would not be able to call ourselves Muslim today. The gold, ...


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The thing that you mention about Gold is to WEARING it. Wearing refer to clothes ,jewels and any thing that you use the verb WEAR for it. Having a gold pen, a golden-ed phone or any other examples such this is not according to HARAM. what I've to mention is that it's not mater it is pure gold, for example a silver ring that is golden-ed in the surface is ...


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Dear brother the medal is a symbol of recognition for sporting (in your case) achievments and at least you should know that gold medals are not made of 100 % gold. And don't forget that our Messenger used to accept gifts and this is a kind of gift! So in my POV i can't see any harm in accepting it as it will end at a wall or a showcase (I even know some ...


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If the gold is equally yours (if May Allah not you get into some financial crisis then you expect to be backed up by her gold) and has been in you people's possession for more then an year and is greater than equal to 7.5 tola then 2.5% of its present worth is applicable as Zakat. Her rights as your wife include a share in your wealth so you may pay on her ...


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Gold or other metals are prohibited for man to wear not to carry. Anything which circles around body part is come under the definition of clothes and jewellery. Ring, garland or other things are jewellery because they circle around your body. if a man wear gold is forbidden but not to carry it up. if the tool is in round shape and you put it on your fingers ...


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When you buy Gold ETFs, you essentially own some gold (the gold belongs to you), but do not have physical possession of it (its locked up in some vault somewhere), but you do have control over it (you can choose to sell your units at any time, any day during trading hours). For Zakat to be applicable, one must have ownership and possession of the wealth. ...


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Al-Nawawi (رحمه الله) said in al-Majmoo’ (5/318): If livestock or any other wealth that is subject to zakaah is being held in pledge, and one year has passed, then zakaah must be paid on it, because it is owned outright. End quote. قال النووي رحمه الله في " المجموع " (5/318) : " لو رهن ماشية أو غيرها من أموال الزكاة ، وحال الحول وجبت فيها الزكاة ؛ لتمام ...


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Gold is forbidden -to wear- for males, but allowed for females. See for example this hadith from sahih Muslim about rings and the prohibition of drinking from silver or gold vesells. Or this one on your Issue from Jami' at-Tirmidhi. But your son could wear silver instead of gold. And Allah knows best!


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