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The Quran does not say anything about it as far as I know. We visit graveyard to be reminded of death, to pray for forgiveness of the deceased or to receive tabarruk. Not one of these apply to a 3 year old as he is too young to understand anything and not mukallaf, so there is no interest served by bringing him to a graveyard.


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There is a difference of opinion between the madhāhib whether lobster is halal or haram. The opinion of the Hanafi madhab is that it is haram while the opinion of the other three (Hanbali, Maliki, Shafi'i) is that it is halal. Sources: Hanafi, Shafi'i


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Does grave sand eating gives sense of calm? No. There's no such thing in Islam. Besides, Islam strongly praises hygiene and cleanliness. Grave sand has lots of bacteria and parasite eggs in it. Eating grave sand will hurt your body, and anything that hurts your body is not allowed in Islam and is strongly reproached. Plus, there's no documented proof for ...


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There's no confusion here, but some lack of knowledge on your side. In the congregation prayer there are some aspects one must be aware of: The imam leads the prayer and the ma'amums should follow him and in most cases the acts of the imam are sufficient for the ma'amums. This is the main difference between praying as a jama'ah (in congregation) and praying ...


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Did the prophet () have a prayer mat? There's no backup for him having one as we use today. He prayed on prayer mats that were made from palm sheets or sheets of other plants and rarely used mats made from animal fur. And he also prayed on earth without using any separator. You can pray on any tahir ground even on soil. 'The earth has been made for me a ...


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Zakat is compulsory on the wealth of any (free) Muslim: male, female, adult or child. The only conditions that play a role are: Nisab: the minimum amount of the specific wealth that should be at hand for which zakat is a due Hawl: the time period which this wealth should have been at hand which is one lunar year.


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You should pay zakat of your money on three conditions, in very short: The money is being held for work / commercial operations. It's ornaments for women like necklaces , rings... Etc. Or it's your house , of course you don't pay zakat for your house, it's not for your commercial operations It should be more than Nisab, it's a quantity of money, if you ...


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An overview of the scholarly views First of all we need to clarify the scholarly view on madhy: Is it tahir (pure) or is it najis (impure)? The majority view (some scholars even said it is a consensus) is that it is najis especially based on the ahadith you've quoted saying that one should sprinkle a handful water on what is smeared with it and wash the ...


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Niyyat(Intention) is a must. Every single work is based on intention. I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) saying, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his emigration was for what he emigrated for." Sahih ...


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First ghusl must be done to regain tahrah (ritual purity) in order to be able to pray and worship. If a woman became junub during her menses. Even if she performed ghusl for Janabah she doesn't get in a state of tahrah unless by coincidence her menses ended. So from a logical point of view ghusl is not necesarry, but in case of an haram (illegal) reason for ...


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You need a clarification... Drawing pictures is prohibited not looking at drawn pictures. These are two different cases. That's absolutely if these drawn pictures are not containing something already prohibited like women ; or else looking at it would be prohibited.


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Once a soul separated from a person's body, the world will have no more value to the person and he will be alone for Allah. Same goes to your situation, where the person who dies will not taste your cooking. This is considered as bi'dah and Saidatina 'A'isha reported Allah's Messenger ﷺ as saying: "He who innovates things in our affairs for which there ...


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Women are allowed to go out. The Prophet (ﷺ) used to take his wives out on journeys with him [even though he could have left them to stay at home]. And there are many examples other examples of women in the Prophet's (ﷺ) time going out and about. Women can visit masajid for worship, they can go out for necessities such as to the local markets to buy food ...


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I believe this is Waswas, every single person has his/her own.. it's not only you The solution is to be patient against these thoughts and never fall into the trap of the devil, it can be useful to make yourself busy away from these thought by learning a new skill, having a useful hobby, or reading book, and always seek refuge in Allah, as in 41-36: "And if ...


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As for as Isthighfar and tawba is concerned its a matter of heart in islam unlike christianity wherein you have to orally say it to a pastor to have your sin forgiven, in islam there is no such condition. When a person sins, he needs to gain back his consciousness, regret the sin he/she committed and seek forgiveness to Allah with a firm resolve to never go ...


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It isn't necessarily wrong to send a gift someone sent you to someone else. For instance you might have used the phone your grandfather gave you, and later you give it away. Your grandfather would have understood because he knows that the phone he gave you is getting old. It might be meritous if you give the cake to a needy person who doesn't have ...


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Astagfirullah how can you ask this question you should not taste any thing and many of the tooth pastes have alcohol in it and while brushing in normal months when you brush even after gargeling the remaining substance you can taste and feel it in your throat so this thing also goes with tooth brush particles remains on the brush after washing it so using ...


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A toothbrush can't necessarily break your fast unless you swallow it ( which I doubt you can do ) I believe that the question can be edited as to " Does brushing break the fast ? " NO unless you swallow the toothpaste, brushing does not break the fast. Take care to brush your teeth without swallowing the toothpaste ( and water ) . Islam encourages ...


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Here is a sample answer. If you have better answers, please add. My son wrote this: If your intentions are good and you lie to save yourself like lying to a robber, it is permissible. He has heard a saying but cannot recall.


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In zuhr and asar the imam is not supposed to say the surahs out loud. Furthermore (according to Hanafi fiqh) you should not recite the Quran in salah as the Imam is doing so on your behalf. Here is a relevant fatwa.


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Zuhr and Asr are to be performed silently in the means of that the Imam does not recite the Quran loudly to where the congregation can hear it.


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At-Tirmidhi (1919) narrated from Anas that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “He is not one of us who does not show compassion towards our younger ones and show respect to our older ones.” Those who have guardianship and a responsibility to discipline a person include his mother and his older brother.


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Firstly, you shouldn't get into a habit of saying bad words in any case since the Prophet (SAW) said: "The believer is not one who curses." (Jami al-Tirmidhi) Secondly, Allah told us in the Quran what to do when Shaitan gives us bad thoughts: And if there comes to you from Satan an evil suggestion, then seek refuge in Allah . Indeed, He is the ...


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Tawqeef means to acquaint. In the context of the quote it means that the names have been conveyed by Allah through revelation. Ijtihad means exertion of utmost effort by oneself. In the context of the quote it means that the names were selected by sahabah through their own reasoning.


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The statement of your friend either is a bit blurry and needs some clarification or he is somewhat wrong. First of all doing dhikr after the prayer actually is confirmed in the qur'an and the sunnah (I'll add or link evidences later). What actually is the major issue is whether or not dhikr in a group and aloud is shari'a conform. And even in this we must ...


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At least according to Shia that I know, looking at women (their face, hairs and etc.) who are not Muslim is not forbidden as long as their dressing is not so terribly bad, unless the person looking at them has a fear of felling in sin. Beside that, every single deed is evaluated on its own, which itself is evaluated based on the intention of the persion ... ...


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If the person had “100%” faith in Islam like you proposed, by what Islamically driven logic would he be compelled to visit a venue of kufr and shirk. “Tourism” implies some sort of recreation, that the church or synagogue or temple, etc, is a place of interest to the visitor. For a person who has “100%” faith in Islam, what interest is there in being ...


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Of course it is not, unless you worship like christians. We accept their religion, just believe that it is degenerated.


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