Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Can I take pills in order to delay my menses so that I can catch the full month of fasting? Jazakum Allah khayran.
As-Salamu `alaykum! My question relates to whether a woman or a girl can read the Qur'an during her period by handling the Qur'an with her hands but a cloth in between.
Scholars of Islam, As-Salaam `Alaykum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuh. Once, my wife thought that her period is over and so she took a bath and resumed prayer. Also, we had sex that day. But, the following day bleeding resumed. Are we sinners?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. We hold regular classes or circles for teaching the Qur’an in our mosque. Are women who are in a state of hayd (menstruation) allowed to attend such classes in order to enhance their Islamic knowledge? Are they allowed to attend Jumu`ah and `Eid sermons in such a state? Jazakum Allah khayran.
can a women go to mosque, while on a menstra circle. If yes or no. can you pls give examples
As-Salamu `alaykum. It is well known that a woman may have two types of vaginal bleeding (other than the bleeding after childbirth)—istihadah (chronic blood discharge), and menstrual blood. How can a woman differentiate between them?
As-Salamu `alaykum! From where do you get the idea that menstruation is "unclean"? I do not find it in the Qur'an. I believe that the idea that women cannot pray or fast while menstruating is alien to Islam and came in as an innovation after the death of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. I need an immediate answer to my question. A respectable young man proposed to me and my family wants to know my opinion regarding that. I want to perform Istikharah Prayer for guidance, but I have my period now, so I am not allowed to offer Salah. What can I do about this? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Asalam Alaikam,Inshallah, My husband and I are going for Hajj this year. I will be on my monthly period when we first leave the United States. My question is Should I get into the State of Ihram at the Meeqat in the Plane and do all the rights of Umrah except for the Tawaf and when I make Gushul, then do the Tawaf? Or would it be better If I do not adapt the Ihram in the plane and then go back to the Meeqat and adopt Ihram for Umrah after I have made my Ghusul? If the first option is better, will I be in the State of Ihram for the rest of my period until I make ghusul and then the tawaf? Also, am I allowed to go to the Haram (Madinah and Mecca)or recite the Quran while I am menustarting? Thank you so much, May Allah bless you for all the wonderful work that you do.
Dear brothers/sisters,I have a lot of confusion regarding some issues pertaining to hajj. I can not find a lot of information relating to women's hajj on the internet. I would really appriciate if you could answer my questions: 1) It is common practice to use birth control pill to stop periods during haj. Is this acceptable? 2) A lot of women who go for hajj and are using birth control pills (to stop their mensus)experience some mild bleeding/ spotting on and off. Is it allowed for them to perform Umrah/ Tuwaaf and prayer after washing away the impurity (usualy very light). This is a very common problem faced by ladies during haj.(this spotting happens at random - there is no way to be sure when it will happen. Can happen even after putting Ihram or after starting Tuwaf) 3) If for some reason, if a woman is not is paak state (mensus or spotting mentioned above), should she leave Makkah without performing Tuwaf-e-wida (and Tuwaf-e-Ifaada) or should she do Tuwaf. Does she have to give Dum. There is a lot of conflicting opinion regarding this. 4) Some peaple believe a woman can wear any kind of shoes while in Ihram. Is that true? 5) Is it allowed for women to leave Muzdaliffa early? 6) Is it allowed for women to have their Mahram throw the pebbles for them. I went for Hajj and was very sick on the second and third day of Rami. My husband threw my pebbles. Do I need to give Dam? 7) Because of my sickness, my husband held my hand while doing Tuwaf-e-Ifada. Is htat a problem?
If a woman has her monthly period during her stay in Makkah or Madinah During Hajj, is it completely impermissible for her to enter the Sacred Mosque in Makkah or the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah? It seems most of the scholars are of the opinion that it is impermissible. However, we know that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) allowed a woman who cleaned the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah) to actually put up a tent inside where she could stay and preserve her privacy. Could you please clarify this issue for us?
Assalamu aalikum!I've heard many people saying that women with menses aren't allowed to enter the salat room in the mosques and i've heard as many saying they can.What does shari'a really say about this?
Salam, I have a few questions, 1)I would like to know whether a woman on her menses can perform umrah? 2) If a woman cannot perform the umrah whilst on her menses, can she stay with her relatives/other people whilst they are doing the umrah? 3) If a woman has her menses in her home country (before setting out on hajj) can a woman still do all the rites of hajj, or does her menses have to start during hajj in order to qualify to perfom all the hajj rites? 3) If a woman's menses finishes before leaving hajj, I have heard that she has to do the tawaaf ul ifadah at the end of her menses. But what if she does not get time as during the days left the rest of the hajj rites are being done. Can she then do the tawaf whilst on her menses as then she may not get enough time? 4) Following on from my last question is she allowed to do her tawaaf ul ifadah (which was left due to her menses) whilst the other rites of hajj are being done, or does she have to do it at the end of all the hajj rites? Jazakallah khair, I am very confused please help me out.