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You can keep permissible animals as pets as long as you treat and feed them properly. And the permissible animals are many like fish, birds, cats. Impermissible from what I know are only dogs because Islam has forbidden keeping dogs except guard dogs and hunting dogs. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, ...


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The general rule if you can control urination: If you pass urine or drops of urine, you have to make wudoo’ and wash only the parts of the body and clothing (on which the urine has fallen). If you have no control over these drops: If the situation you describe, the occasional emission of a few drops of urine, is beyond your control, then your case is ...


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— An-Nisa 43 — O you who have believed, do not approach prayer while you are intoxicated until you know what you are saying or in a state of janabah, except those passing through [a place of prayer], until you have washed [your whole body]. And if you are ill or on a journey or one of you comes from the place of relieving himself or you have ...


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Take a toilet paper, make it slightly wet by putting some soap or disinfect on it. Clean the toilet seat with the wet toilet paper. Discard the toilet paper in the bin. Finally clean the seat with a dry toilet paper again. Use the seat which is now clean and also germ free.


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It is prohibited to kill ants. The Prophet {Peace Be Upon Him} has prohibited the killing of ants and three other creatures: Narrated Abdullah ibn Abbas : The Prophet (sallallahu 'alaihi wa sallam) prohibited to kill four creatures: ants, bees, hoopoes, and sparrow-hawks. حَدَّثَنَا أَحْمَدُ بْنُ حَنْبَلٍ، حَدَّثَنَا عَبْدُ الرَّزَّاقِ، ...


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The answer depends on the way of washing, which is one of two ways: washing in a container (with hands) washing in running water (includes washing machine) or pouring water on the cloth. In washing in a container, you must wash three times and squeeze in every time. In washing in running water, you have two cases depending on the sort of najasa, whether ...


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There is no rule for this. In old times, there was no electricity. Illuminating the environment and surroundings was a problem. Without sufficient ambient light, cutting nails, cutting hair, shaving, etc would spread around more dirt. One of the primary sources of what we call "dust" and "dirt" in our homes is nothing but hairs, granulated death skin ...


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The answer to this question is that there isn't a "specific way" as we have for wudhu or ghusl . The process of shaving can be done anyhow provided you exercise precaution in doing so. As regards whether it is an obligation or optional, the jurists (may Allaah have mercy upon them) agreed that it is a recommended act for men and women, however, some ...


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According to Shia jurisprudence any insect that harm or we suspect they may harm is allowed to be killed, even though its name appear in Quran, including ants. As a more general rule, if I've understood right, killing animals or insects or plants for a reasonable and religiously-admittable reason is allowed (exceptions always may arise though!); but for not ...


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According to Jafari Fiqh Pets are all allowed, except that one must be careful about such pets which are NAJIS. Secondly Islam enjoins upon us to look after them well. If we cannot, then they must be released. Islamically there is no problem in keeping a guard dog on your premises. Since dogs (and pigs) are from Najisul `ayn (inherently impure) animals, ...


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walikum salam No it's not allowed to pray right after intercourse unless you first took a bath. Sex brings upon a state of being in ceremonial impurity and requires ghusl [Surah al-Maidah 5:6] Once you have taken a bath, only then can you pray.


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Would Allah allow you to feed your baby something impure? Milk is not among the things that break wudu': Which things break the wudu? In verse (16:66) milk was declared as pure: ... We give you drink from what is in their bellies - between excretion and blood - pure milk, palatable to drinkers. The scholars are in full consent that it is pure, here a ...


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There are three conditions must be achieved in tanning to consider that the leather is clean: Drying the humidity purifying the najasa and removing the smell. Any method does this things and makes the leather beneficial and ready for utilization is accepted. The Encyclopedia of fiqh, vol 20, p. 228 Al-Sherbini (a Shafi'i scholar) says: tanning is ...


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A squat toilet would be the one recommended based on a sole (weak) riwayah from al-Sunan al-Kubra of al-Bayhaqi. (حديث مرفوع) وَأَنْبَأَنِي أَبُو عَبْدِ اللَّهِ الْحَافِظُ إِجَازَةً ، ثنا أَبُو بَكْرِ بْنُ إِسْحَاقَ الْفَقِيهُ ، أنا عَبْدُ اللَّهِ بْنُ مُحَمَّدٍ ، ثنا عَمْرُو بْنُ عَلِيٍّ ، ثنا أَبُو عَاصِمٍ ، عَنْ رَبِيعَةَ ، عَنْ مُحَمَّدِ بْنِ عَبْدِ ...


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Your profile says that you are from India and this is an Indian tradition followed by Hindus for ages. Let me assure you that there is no day that Islam considers inauspicious for cutting nails or trimming hair. This tradition has penetrated into Indian Muslims through Hinduism. According to what I know and what I have heard about this tradition is that ...


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It is wajib for a mature man or woman to observe their prayers. Indeed, the Prophet has informed us that it is the prayers that would be the first deeds to be checked on the day of judgement: "The first matter that the slave will be brought to account for on the Day of Judgment is the prayer. If it is sound, then the rest of his deeds will be sound. ...


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AFAIK a muslim (man and woman) is allowed to recite Quran from memory - independent of the state he is in... although there are some opinions stating that if men are in the state of janaabah they need to first make ghusl. Regarding "women during period" reading it from a screen/mobile etc. there seems to be no "100% consensus"... some say you are allowed, ...


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If the person who prayers, doesn’t know that his/her clothes is Najis, and after the Salah figure it out that it was Najis, his/her Salah is considered as a correct Salah (prayer), but it is better to do it again in accordance with recommended precaution. Accordingly it seems that your prayers are true. For further info. I suggest you to read the reference ...


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There is considerable debate whether touching your own private parts breaks wudu, the ruling heavily depends on madhhab. As for shafii fiqh, "reliance of the traveler" (unless I'm mistaken, this is the most respected legal manual in the shafii school) mentions that it does not matter whose private parts you touch, and whether you do it intentionally or not; ...


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No, you have to make Ghusl. The reason is not whether or not the sperm touches the body, but with the fact that an ejaculation happened. If an ejaculation happens, then Ghusl is obligatory. (source)


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There's a hadith about this: It was narrated from 'Aishah that: Asma asked the Messenger of Allah about bathing after ones's period. He said: "One of you should take her water and lote leaves, and purify herself well, or thoroughly. Then she should pour water over her head and rub it vigorously so that the water reaches the roots of her hair. Then she ...


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Ghusl (bath) is same for sexual impurity or menstruation. Apart from cleaning obvious traces of impurities, the essential parts of ghusl are: Pouring water on the whole body so that no patch remains dry at the end.Agreed upon Having the intention of doing ghusl Shafis, Malikis Rubbing the body with your hands or a tool Malikis Rinsing the mouth and ...


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Basically there's a consensus that tayammum requires clean earth: ... And if you are ill or on a journey or one of you comes from the place of relieving himself or you have contacted women and find no water, then seek clean earth and wipe over your faces and your hands [with it]. Indeed, Allah is ever Pardoning and Forgiving. (4:43) However the ...


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Hadhrat Aa'ishah (Radhiyallaahu Anhaa) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi wa Sallam) had a cloth which he used after Wudhu (Tirmidhi V1 P89). Hadhrat Maymoonah (Radhiyallaahu Anhaa) says that once she presented a cloth to Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi wa Sallam) but he did not take it, instead he brushed the water off with his hands(Bukhaari V1 ...


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I don't think so, as El BOKAHRY commented in the book of ghosl (one of biggest textbooks on this topic) chapter 24 (وقال عطاء يحتجم الجنب ويقلم أظفاره ويحلق رأسه وإن لم يتوضأ). Which means that you are permitted to cut your hair or nails even if you didn't do ablution


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The process of taking a bath after sex, or any janabah, includes washing of the head, but it's not necessary to wash all of the hair as this doesn't come in any teachings of the Prophet. There are several hadiths on this issue. One from Umm Salma saying: "O Allah's Messenger! I am a woman with braids on my head. Should I untie them for bath of janabah?" ...


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Please consider the following two hadiths: عن أم سلمة، قالت: قلت يا رسول الله إني امرأة أشد ضفر رأسي فأنقضه لغسل الجنابة؟ قال: «لا. إنما يكفيك أن تحثي على رأسك ثلاث حثيات ثم تفيضين عليك الماء فتطهرين» Umm Salama reported: I said: Messenger of Allah, I am a woman who has closely plaited hair on my head; should I undo it for taking a bath, ...


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There's nothing wrong with touching and playing with a dog. They are pure animals and no need for purifying yourself afterward. It's a cultural stigma that has made dogs into filthy animals and it's not related to Islam. So it's not haraam and it's not even disliked. Dogs use to wonder around and urinate in the masjid (mosque) during the time of ...


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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم It won’t be counted as a haram (forbidden) act. In truth, it is not haram to touch dogs, but Islam emphasizes in order to preventing form being Najis (impure). Since as you possibly are aware, you should wash (by its conditions) your hand if you touch a dog(s) if: You as a person who touches the dog or the dog be wet (one of them, or ...


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