1. What is the time limit for performing the haqueqat (Animal Sacrifice) rites for a newly born child?2. What are the animals that can be sacrificed? Whether a cattle can be sacrificed or not? If yes, can 1 cattle be sacrificed for 2 or more children?3. Do the conditions related to the Eid ul Adha Qurbani, be applied for the haqueqat? If not, what are the conditions related to haqueqat?
What is the best way to perform IStakharah prayer?Should we not talk to anyone after per forming Istakharah prayer? Secondly, can we perform IStakharah after Witr prayer or not?and can we perform Istakhrah at any time of the day?I have performed Istakhara for 7 consecutive days but I did not fee anything. What can bea possible reason for this?Plz. reply me in detail.
Dear scholars, As-salamu `alaikum. My question is regarding the relevance of Islam in modern times. What do you think: Is it possible that Islamic teachings are to be altered to cope with modern changes? Are they changeable with the passage of time?
Dear Sheikh! As we notice now that part of the problems facing Muslims nowadays is time wasting. Most of our youth do not respect time; it has no value to them. We are now in summer now and you will see how people squander time for nothing. Please kindly enlighten us on the importance and the value of time in Islam. Jazakum Allah Khairan!
Salam Alaykum. I am aware of the Prophetic (saw) ahadith that specify it is Sunnah to hasten in breaking the fast and that the Ummah will continue to be in good so long as they hasten in breaking the fast, but if a hadith contradicts the Qur'an (more specifically, the ayah which specifies night time to be iftar, not sunset) - then isn't such a hadith invalid, since it contradicts the Qur'an? So my question is, in light of all of this, and of all the ahadith on this subject - Why is the fast broken at Sunset and not at night fall- as in the Qur'an ?thankyou, Salam.