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Qasr Salat/Watan

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 03/09/2018 - 09:25

Please clarify the following: Birthplace is considered watan irrespective of time lived there. Are parents birthplaces considered as watan? Do parents consider their children’s home ( in other cities watan? Thank you. JAK


Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 03/09/2018 - 00:16

Asalam’u’aleikum, I have a question regarding the nifaas in Islam. My mother and mother in law agrees upon the fact that during the nifaas, even though the bleeding has stopped, I am still not “pure” for those 40 days, even though the postnatal bleeding stops quite earlier. As in, I can’t perform salaah or read the Quran. I don’t really agree with them, for me, it seems illogical. How can I deprive myself from reading the Quran or performing the Salaah?

Marriage/Divorce Question

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 03/08/2018 - 03:43

Assalamoalikum, I married my cousin at the age of 16 years old in 1998 and have 3 children with him. We got legally divorced in 2010. During the time between 1998 and 2010 he got remarried with another woman in 2003 while he was married to me as well. He has 4 children with his second wife who he currently is living with. I stayed in a different house with my 3 children separately for the sake of our children while he was supporting us financially. Since we got divorced legally in 2010 we had no physical relationship.


Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 03/07/2018 - 18:05

Asalam u alaikum Is it wrong if someone wishes on birthday without cutting the cake?


Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 03/06/2018 - 17:01

Assalam alaikum. I am suffering from waswasah and am trying to clean as possible, but I am scared of spreading filth when Im not even sure if the filth exists. Would you agree if an impurity on an object cannot be seen, smelled, or felt, then the object is pure? Please be as specific when answering this, and cite any supporting texts. This would help me greatly. I am trying to ignore the waswasah, but Im afraid Im not doing the right thing. I know Islam is a religion of ease. Thank you, and may Allah bless all of us, ameen.

Talaaq (Divorce)

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/05/2018 - 14:20

Aoa,plz help me, shia fiqa se hon ,mere husband mujy divorce dena cha rhy hen,jab k mein essa nhi chahti, wo bahir hoty hen,mujy divorce k papers bejna chahty hen, Per allama amin shaheedi se jab me ne pocha tu unho ne khaa he k agr divorce papers pe dono miaan bivi ne sign kiye hen tu tab divorce ho gi,agr aik bivi sign nhi krti tu divorce nhi hoi, Plz meri help krn,buht pershan hon ,kiya essa hi he agr koi paper divorce dena chahy tu kiya sign dono k zroori hen,?


Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/05/2018 - 08:52

Assalamualaikum ustaad, Today I did ghusl for wet dream, the mani had dried up on my privates and testicles. When I went in the shower, I did one quick rinse without touching, soaped my privates down and then washed my privates again. When washing the second time, I scrubbed my private itself but not my testicles. I washed the soap off my privates and also washed my testicles once more. After coming out, I touched my testicles and it felt kind of slippery as if the mani was still there. I smelt my hand which also distinctly smelt of mani. Does this mean that the mani is still there?

Absence from Work

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/05/2018 - 07:24

Today I was just absent because I was not in mood to go to school. If in this case I will provide a medical or other reason to school that is acceptable to avoid pay deduction. Is this money will be halal or haram for me?


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