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  • Wiping over the socks is permitted as a substitute in washing the feet when performing wudhu (ablution) for men and women alike, even if the socks are of a thick material other than leather and may have laces.        &...
  • Shah Waliullah Dehlawi   Introduction The following essay will assess the intellectual and social contribution of Shâh Waliullâh Dehlawî. The assessment will be made in the following manner. Firstly, there will be a brief biography of Shâh Waliullâh. Secondly, ...
  • Ali Ibn Abi Talib Ali Ibn Abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him)   Ali ibn abi Talib (may Allah be pleased with him) was the fourth rightly guided khalifah of Islam. He followed in the footsteps of the noble Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon ...
  • Is bismillah part of surah Question: Is Bismillah part of each Surah?   Answer: There are two types of Bismillah in the Qur’an:  The Bismillah which is part of Surah al-Naml [Qur’an, 27:30] The Bismillah which is found at the beginning of each Sura...
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  • Injured person wudu
    The Wudhu of an Injured p...
      When the one performing ablution bleeds, becomes wounded, or a limb of his is broken, and he ties it with a cloth or splint, and does not have...
  • ISTIĤSÂN
    Introduction Istiĥsân is an essential part of Islamic jurisprudence and undeniably of many other areas of human knowledge.[1] It is clear from vari...