Ruling Against Shariah

QUESTION: If a Muslim ruler does not rule according to Shariah, rather he chooses to rule according to the laws of the Kuffaar, does he still remain a Muslim? ANSWER: Allah Ta’ala states in the Quraan Sharif, “Whoever does not rule according to what Allah has revealed...

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Curbing one’s desire for the Aakhirah

QUESTION: In Surah 91, "As Shams" Allah Ta’ala states: "...He has put good and bad in the soul", which means that the desire to do bad is not intrinsically the fault of a person. The act of doing it is sinful and the fault of the person. For a person to be successful...

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Reading in the Toilet

QUESTION: Is reading non-Islamic material in the toilet Haraam, or Makrooh? Please explain the harms. ANSWER: One should refrain from speaking and reading any literature in the toilet or restroom, particularly if it contains the name of Allah and His Rasul Sallallahu...

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Request the pious to make Dua on one’s behalf

Question:- I want to know about people who go to the graves of pious people and don’t necessarily pray to these graves, but they request these pious people to make Dua on their behalf. They believe that the pious, due to enjoying close proximity to Allah, their Duas...

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Accepting LGBTQ+ as permissible in Shariah

Question:- What is the Shar’ī ruling on a person who said the following? Question: Do you believe that gay sex is a sin? Answer: No. If I can just be clear about that. I’ve been asked that question about 25 times, and I’ve answered it in the same way, 25 times. So I...

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Having a Yaseen Sharif Khatm for the deceased

Question:- A person passed away. Can we have a Yaseen Khatm and Dua for him in the Masjid? Can we have a Yaseen Khatm and Dua for him at his residence or at anyone else's residence? Answer:- It is totally permissible for one to recite Quraan Sharif, perform Nafl...

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Feeding family on the first Sunday after a funeral

Question:- When there is a funeral in our family, on the first Sunday thereafter, a family will order and pay for the food. They will invite all the family members to partake of the food at the deceased person's home. A minimum of 60 people will be invited. Is this...

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