assalaamoalaikum.I am a doctor working in a govt. hospital.My question is; According to Shariah,,can I send the peon to bring something for my personal use from outside during our duty hours? What if he runs this errand during prayer break?<without affecting his prayer> Will it be a khayanat?Plz clarify,Ja zakAllahukhaira
Is it permissible to donate one's hair to a make a wig for those suffering from cancer?
Assalam alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuI'm really concerned about having committed shirk. It is a deep fear of mine and I always seek refuge in Allah from ever getting involved in shirk.I needed an answer to a question I had submitted and without realising what I had said, I had uttered "someone please help me" I know only Allah SWT can help me and I'm in no doubt about that, but I would like some clarification as to whether my statement meant I have committed shirk.Jazakallahu khair.
As-Salamu `Alaykum. What kind of practical measures can Muslims outside Palestine do to help their fellow Palestinians?
Dear scholars, As-salamu `alaykum. We have lost everything in the waters of the tsunamis. Can we use stuff that we find that does not belong to us? Can recovered items be used to help survivors in a general way – for example helping people living in tents or schools? Jazaka Allahu khayran.
As-Salamu `alaykum. If a man is unemployed, is it against Islam for him to live on the income of his working wife? Now the only income we have is that which I am earning. My husband thinks that it is haram for him to live on my earnings, even though unemployment is endemic here in Sudan. We are not Sudanese, but came here because I had signed a 3-year contract in January this year, and we married unexpectedly in June. We had hoped that a job would become available for my husband, and he has diligently searched, but nothing has been forthcoming. The job that I am currently occupying is a big step professionally and will allow us to save enough money to buy a home in the near future. I have happily and willingly turned over all funds to my husband, and I know that this situation is of a finite nature, but he grows increasingly concerned that he is not fulfilling his obligation to cater for me. I hope you can allay his fears. Thank you for your help.
1- Role of the Muslim in caring for his fellow Muslims. 2- Following an Imam. As for the first point, it should be stressed that among the obligation of a Muslim is to care for other fellow Muslims. He should concern himself with the issues that face his Muslim Ummah in general and the Muslims