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  • Injured person wudu   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 the ability to wash the limb or wipe over the limb, then wiping over majority of what he has tied t...
  • Marriage contracts and second marriages An important issue within marriage is related to the conditions within the contract. A contract is an agreement between two parties that the law will enforce. The central part of the contract is that of agreement made voluntarily between the two part...
  • Hijab The meaning of Hijab Hijab literally means a barrier. In the Arabic language, ‘Haajib’ means a guard and a protector, who prevents people who are disliked, from entering the premises.   Hijab technically means the covering women have ...
  • In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful   This Hero is the second of two brothers that lived for the service of the noble prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). The brother of Bara ibn Malik was none other than the famous companion...
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  • 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...
  • Fasting FAQs
    Q: Does applying eye drops invalidate the fast as eye drops can be tasted in the mouth? A: No, even though the eye drops may be tasted in the mouth...