No, it's not makrooh to take eggs in Sahar time. You can eat it.
Normally, egg is one of the wind producing food. It might get uneasy during fasting for some people. So, they avoid these types of food. Foods with complex carbohydrates and protein like Haleem, Dates, Almonds, Bananas are highly recommended during Sahar time. But, these are things about good ...
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 it would contain vitamins that are essential for the brain.
There is no difference in these tablets and food eaten in suhur in regards to making fasting more ...
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 it is makruh to delay that until after midnight.
Both Tahajjud and Witr are separate prayers for which that would not apply.
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 who had inherited wine. He replied: Pour it out. He asked: May I not make vinegar of it? He replied : No. -- Sunan Abi Dawud 3675 [grade: sahih] (sunnah.com)
When a number of Daeef (weak) hadiths are transmitted from multiple Companions, the hadith may reach the status of Hasan, and Hasan hadiths can be acted upon.
Even when there are a number of daeef hadiths from a few sources, it indicates that it may be an act the Prophet (Saw) did, in which case it would be classed as mubah or mustahabb (allowed, or good ...
In the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful
It could be surveyed from two different angles:
It would be considered as a haram practice, and will invalidate the
fasting, since eating and drinking will invalidate the fasting (in
the cases that it is not so necessary to take medicine).
It would invalidate the fasting, but Kafara-jam’ ...
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 is removed by performing Ghusl(bath) See IslamQA.
Regarding eating, it is not necessary to perform Ghusl before that, though majority opinion is that it is ...
Shami writes in Radd al Muhtar that it is considered Makruh Tanzihi to marry a Dhimmi Kitabee (Dhimmi means subject of the Islamic State) and Makruh Tahrimi to marry a Harbi Kitabee (Harbi means from the Dar ul Harb, a country at war with the Islamic state).
وصح نكاح كتابية ) ، وإن كره تنزيها)
Nikah is correct with a Kitabee. Though it is Makruh Tanzihi
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 and garlic and leek, should not approach our mosque for the angels are harmed by the same things as the children of Adam."
With regard to the validity of ...
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, as it is not haram. Avoiding something haram on the opposite is rewarded.
Finally note that there's something called makruh tahrimi in the Hanafi maddhab (it ...
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 and companions,
Having said that,
Peace be upon those who follow guidance
there is nothing wrong with eating or praying without headcover, and those saying ...
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 of this act).
When we read verse in (5:5):
... And [lawful in marriage are] chaste women from among the believers and chaste women from among those who ...
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 there are exceptional circumstances and the conditions are met, than there is no reason to consider, that marrying a second/third or even fourth wife is makruh.
All perfect praise be to Allah
I specially called on my shiekh and we had discussion about your this specific question.
Al-Maalik is name of allah, as allah says in quran:
مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ
and many other places, he has used name maalik for himself, so there is no issue in this name.
Also name Raqib
لَّا يَحِلُّ لَكَ النِّسَاءُ ...
Briefly speaking, concerning your question as you inquired for:
it is said that blowing the foods is considered as a makruh practice.
So, I was wondering if this is counted as a correct issue or not? If
so, is there any related hadith (tradition) or Fatwa (ruling)
Yes. According to Shia Maraja (Marja’al-Taqlids) it is deemed as a ...
Both classes of makruh acts are considered reprehensible and should be avoided (and doing so is a blessed act which would be rewarded); the main difference between a makruh tanzih act and a makruh tahrim act is whether performing them would be actually be considered sinful. On a scale of severity, they would look like this:
Mubah < Makruh Tanzih < ...
According to this fatwa you can take necessary medecine during fast.
According to this fatwa, you cannot fast.
You should read this longer fatwa respecting medical issues.
Saying «Alternative routes of drug administration can help fasting patients», it implicitly allows taking medicine during fast, and recommends to consult the doctor to councel whether ...
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 opposites: halal and haram.
Halal only means that something is allowed or permissible without explicitly explaining what we could call "the level of permission".
Makrooh means Which is disliked (by Allah and his Rasul (Messenger))
and "Haram" means Strictly prohibited.
So, if a thing, thought or action is Haram, it is automatically also Makrooh.
But, if a thing, thought or action is Makrooh, it is not necessary that it will be also Haram. Most of the time, when we say an action is Makrooh, it is intended as lesser ...