• Designed for the development of muslims in the Kamari Neighbourhood of the Gwadar District of Pakistan.   Introduction In light of the World Bank’s sustainable development goals, based on the principles of Islamic microfinance, the following is a project report designed for the development of Muslims in the Kamari neighbourhood, situated in the district of …

  • Is Kangaroo Meat Halal

    My relatives from Australia would like to know is it permissible to eat kangaroo meat, if slaughtered in a halal way? The reason they ask is because the following is a fatwa online which they read which says it is haram: Assalaam Alaikum Is kangaroo meat Halal? Answer:   (Fatwa: 1306/1175=B) The meat of kangaroo …

  • Ramadhan is one of the most eagerly awaited months of the Islamic calendar. It is a month where a believer gains the pleasure of Allah and in which Allah showers his blessings and mercy.   The arrival of Ramadhan brings a major change in the routine of a person, therefore, those who don’t prepare beforehand, …

  • Conducting a Nikāh via a Video call

    Question I did my nikah 4/ 5months back via a video call on my iPhone. Me and my wife were at our apartment and we used my iPhone and on the other side of the video call were my two male friends who were acting as witnesses. My friends were Muslims too. We did ijab …

  • Friday Practice

    Jummah salah is obligatory on all free men that are sane, healthy and mature. It has been established from the Quran, Hadith and the consensus of the ummah.    Allah Ta’ala says in the Quran:   “O you who believe! When the call for Jummah salah is made, hasten towards the remembrance of Allah Ta’ala and leave all …

  • QUESTION: Not sure if I’m a musafir? I live in England and that is my permanent home…Going Bangladesh for 4 weeks , however traveling on plane. Stopping in Dubai for 6 hours. Then to Bangladesh. So how will I know what salah/namaz to pray on board? How many rakats? And method, standing or sitting?   …

  • What should we read in the month of Ramadhân?

    By Abû l-Ĥasan al-Ťâlib   Our respected teacher, Molânâ Dr Ábdur Razzâq Iskandar[1], often advises the graduates at the end of an academic year that “at various relevant times, read the related chapters from the books of Ĥadîth and books of Fiqh. In this way, your knowledge will remain fresh.”   The month of Ramadhân …

  • “Establish prayer at the decline of the sun [from its meridian] until the darkness of the night and (also establish) the (recitation of the) Qur’an of dawn (the prayer of Dawn). Indeed, the recitation of dawn is ever witnessed.” (17:78)   Ring Ring, Ring Ring… Alarm bells ringing away, I snuggle further into the comfort …

  • Introduction Istiĥsân is an essential part of Islamic jurisprudence and undeniably of many other areas of human knowledge.[1] It is clear from various proofs that the companions were not literalists in the strict sense that they would seek an authority from the Qur’ân and Sunnah for every verdict they issued. Rather, their rulings were based …

  • 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 the limb with is necessary. And …


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