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Is it makru to take appetite suppressants at suhur before starting the fast?

There is no evidence above whether it is Makruh or not but it is Mustahabb (preferable) to eat food at Suhur There is no evidence to show whether or not it is makruh or haram but it is permissible as ...
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Last time of Isha and Tahajjud prayer

I don't know anything that claims that it is makruh to pray after midnight in general; to the best of my knowledge, the ruling you're referring to is specifically for the Isha prayer itself, and that ...
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Can non-alcoholic beer or wine not be haram?

If we can distill all the alcohol out, is it still haram? First, this is not permissible, as per the hadith (as cited in an Islam Q&A fatwa): Abu Talhah asked the prophet (ﷺ) about the orphans ...
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Does food and prayer become makruh after junub if not bath?

Intercourse entails ritual impurity. One can not perform prayers(Salah) or visit a Mosque while in a state of ritual impurity, and everything else is permissible. Ritual impurity caused by intercourse ...
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According to Hanafi jurisprudence, marrying Jews or Christians is Makruh Tahrimi. Why is it Makruh Tahrimi even though it is allowed in the Qu'ran?

It is makruh not only in the Hanafi madhab but also other madhabs. See Are inter-religious marriages encouraged in islam? for references. Regarding the Hanafi Madhab: Shami writes in Radd al Muhtar ...
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Can we use a makruh for pleasure without getting sinful?

There's hardly any commandment that has more rational evidence than the one not to take drugs. The evidence is that we can become addicted to it and get delivered to the evil. The fact that you want ...
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What is the evidence regarding the fact that doing something makruh is not sinful but one who stays away from it for the sake of Allah is rewarded?

It is important to know that makrooh is often translated by frowned upon. This means it is an act on which there's a doubt that it could be haram! In fact Allah described "makruh" in a verse ...
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Was my prayer valid if there was a picture of a fictional character a few meters in front of me?

Aslamu Walaykum Muslims always forget and do mistakes, so if you forgot it is okay. Your dua and prayers are not invalid because you didn't know. Allah is the most forgiving, and he was watching you. ...
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Can we use a makruh for pleasure without getting sinful?

if you dont need it anymore, then i would say 100% dont use it, it is a drug and it is haram in islam if not for the right reasons. and it will only do you harm now, so you should stay away from it ...
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Eating food without Kufi ( head cap) is Makrooh?

Bismi Allah Ar Rahman Ar Rahim. In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. All Perfect Praise be to Almighty God, and prayers and peace be upon the Messenger of Allah and his family ...
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Entering masjid by eating onion

Hadith in Sahih Muslim 564c states: "Jabir b. 'Abdullah reported the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) saying: He who eats of this (offensive) plant, i. e garlic, and sometimes he said: He who eats onion ...
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Will I get punished for having gay thoughts?

Thinking about bad thoughts is sinning, but this ummah is forgiven from it's bad thoughts as long as it does not speak of its thoughts, or act upon it. (Sahih bukhari 6664)
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Is this Kind of Makruh punished?

No what is makruh is frowned upon or disliked, but generally perfectly halal and certainly not sinful. This means there's no punishment for doing something makruh at all. Avoiding it is not rewarded,...
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According to Hanafi jurisprudence, marrying Jews or Christians is Makruh Tahrimi. Why is it Makruh Tahrimi even though it is allowed in the Qu'ran?

In the hanafi fiqh markooh tahrimi seems to mean that something is not clearly considered as haram by a text (so there's a dispute among scholars, which leave a hint of a doubt about the unlawfulness ...
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Is marrying a second wife makruh (disliked) even if the husband can treat his wives equally?

Islam has allowed polygamy as a solution for social problems and exceptional circumstances under strict conditions. If the conditions are not met, then the man should not marry a second wife. If ...
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If it really is makruh to name a child after an angel, then why do so many Muslims have the names Maalik and Raqib?

All perfect praise be to Allah I specially called on my shiekh and we had discussion about your this specific question. Now, firstly, Al-Maalik is name of allah, as allah says in quran: مَالِكِ ...
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Coexistance of haram and makrooh

I think Anwar's answer has some good basics, but maybe he didn't explain his point well. One could say for every deed and everything there are levels in shari'a which are placed between the two ...
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