If a woman in the West is going to a female only event and so is wearing a lot of make-up on her face, then is it necessary that she wear a niqab in order to avoid extra attention due to the make-up. Or is it sufficient that she just dresses modestly in hijab and jilbab but leaves the face uncovered due to the stigmas and difficulties attached with niqab in the west.
Asalamualaikum warahmatuallah wabarakatahu. I want to ask that when married obviously you want to look good for your parnter. If a woman wears make up and does her wudhu with make up covering her face is it true that her wudhu is not accepted because the water should directly touch the skin?also I know its permissible to donate organs but is it also permissible for a deceased person to donate their skin to a burns victim? Lastly, I have an account which involves interest, because all western accounts involve this. If i was to take this interest money and donate it to charity instead of using it for myself will that then make the money left in my account halal and guarantee that i wont be sinned for dealing in riba? Jazakallah khairun for your help.
As-Salamu `alaykum. Is it permissible to make up for missed prayers after `Asr Prayer?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. There is confusion among us women regarding whether it is permissible to perform the prayer (salah) with cosmetics and lipstick on. Some of us say that a woman may apply lipstick, etc., after wudu’ (ablution) and then she can offer her prayers. Others among us say that a woman's prayer cannot be accepted when she is wearing lipstick. Please explain what is the right position?