Is it permissible to remove janaabah by means of tayammum?.


Removing janaabah by means of tayammum Praise be to Allaah. If there is a reason for doing tayammum – such as non-availability of water, or being unable to use it because of sickness etc – then tayammum takes the place of wudoo’ and ghusl. So the person who is junub should do tayammum and pray, … More Is it permissible to remove janaabah by means of tayammum?.

Description of Hajj


Description of Hajj Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person’s religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: … More Description of Hajj

The difference between zakaah and sadaqah


Praise be to Allaah. definition: Zakaah means worshipping Allaah by giving that which He has enjoined of different kinds of zakaah to those who are entitled to them, according to the guidelines prescribed in sharee’ah. Sadaqah means worshipping Allaah by giving money without that being made obligatory in sharee’ah. The word sadaqah is sometimes used … More The difference between zakaah and sadaqah

Ruling on shortening Solaahs whilst travelling


Praise be to Allaah. Firstly: Shortening Solaahs is a confirmed Sunnah (Sunnah mu’akkadah) which should not be forsaken. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) shortened Solaahs during all his journeys, and it is not proven that he offered the Solaahs in full whilst travelling. But praying in congregation is obligatory for … More Ruling on shortening Solaahs whilst travelling

INTRODUCTION WITHOUT ‘AQD: A LEGALIZATION OF FORNICATION 3


#Conclusion In the previous three episodes, I have been able to establish the fact that any meeting or coming together between the families of the two intending couple under the guise of introduction is a mere familiarization visit which neither confers any legality on the relationship between the duo, nor the right to parade themselves … More INTRODUCTION WITHOUT ‘AQD: A LEGALIZATION OF FORNICATION 3