kmonsoor
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Is it true that "pregnancy is seen in sharia as like an illness"?
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here the word "illness" is in different connotation than what usually comes to mind of a native English-speaker. This mentioned consideration of illness give the pregnant women some relaxing "...

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What to do with the Riba (interest) money?
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As far as I studied some well-established reference, and discussed with some scholars (yes, they are hanafi), (i'll update my answer asap i get hold onto related on-line reference) if you have no ...

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How many times should a woman suckle her adopted child to become mahram?
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First of all, Yes, breastfeeding a boy infant makes the boy mahram for the woman, when the kid is grown up. And, also to her daughters, if she have any. (I don't know the English term for it) That kid,...

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Can we drink the milk of the goat that is intended for Aqeeqah?
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best to my knowledge, yes, you can. Why ? Aqeeqah isn't a fard or wajib something. It's sunnah from Rasul (PBUH). When it's completely okay eating the meat (from aqeeqah) for the parents (as well as ...

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If I convert, must I have a beard?
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While it is NOT a part of the core principles of Islam that you must maintain beard to be or stay Muslim, it is highly recommended part of the attire of a Muslim male. To some school of jurisdiction,...

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If someone stole something before converting to Islam, what should they do with what they stole?
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here's two things to consider. firstly, the sin of stealing something, not the stolen object itself. When mentioned "all sins are forgiven", that includes this sin. Then, the stolen object itself. ...

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Praying Tahajjud in the summers. Can anyone give me some advice please
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Depends on your personal scenario. I am assuming the following, may be i am wrong: You are a male, You pray Isha and Fajr at home, You are a working person who need to earn his bread. You need to ...

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Should I side with my parents or my husband?
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(ALLAH knows the best. May HE forgive me if my understanding is wrong) In ALLAH's view, no man or woman is superiority due to his birth. But, to maintain order, Islam defines the priority order. On ...

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If someone dies doing something risky is it suicide?
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Seeking "adrenaline rush" is far from killing one's self. Both are quite different in the intent (niyyat) as well as method of doing it. The people who do the first is usually known as "adrenaline ...

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Celebration of Eid ul Adha for a vegan muslim
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TL;DR answer: As, the question is bit unclear. Which part impossible/hard for you? Is it buying the to-be-slaughtered animal, or slaughter the animal yourself? For the first case, "yes, you are ...

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If I smoke before Ramadan, but not during Ramadan, does it affect my fasts?
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No, it won't affect your fasts as long as you're NOT smoking while you're fasting. PS: Many brothers and sisters consider Ramadan as a perfect opportunity for quitting. Please at least give a try.

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Will I be considered a Muslim if I believe in Allah, his messenger, but haven't really adopted it?
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just about nobody is "sin-free". by acknowledging ALLAH's oneness and his prophet (pbuh) as his messenger , you are a Muslim. by trying to gather more knowledge, you are knowledge-seeking Muslim. ...

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Is it haram to showcase a wine project on a website for work?
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it's difficult to say to be sure. But, of course, an expert a'lim should answer on it. Meanwhile, I can suggest you a bypass to avoid the consequence; just in case you can't just leave the job due to ...

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