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    قَالَتْ أَنَّىٰ يَكُونُ لِي غُلَامٌ وَلَمْ يَمْسَسْنِي بَشَرٌ وَلَمْ أَكُ بَغِيًّا
    "How can I have a son," she said, "when no man has touched me, nor am I sinful?"

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    Question: A Muslim wanted to perform the obligatory Hajj whilst having an (outstanding) loan, so if he were to seek permission from the loaners and they permitted him to perform the Hajj, would his Hajj be acceptable?

    Response: If the situation is as you have mentioned, with the permission of the loaners to perform Hajj before completing payment (of the loan), then there is no problem in performing the Hajj before completing the payment (of the loan). And there is no affect (upon the Hajj) for being a borrower from them in such a situation.

    And with Allaah lies all the success, and may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon our Prophet Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his family and his companions.

    The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa

    Question: What is the ruling regarding someone who performed Hajj with money which was haram, i.e. from the profits of selling (illegal) drugs. Then sending tickets for Hajj to his parents and they perform Hajj, knowing that this money has been gathered from the sale of (illegal) drugs. Is this Hajj acceptable or not?

    Response: The performance of Hajj with money which is haram does not prevent the Hajj from being correct, but with sin in accordance with the haram profits and a reduction in the reward for the Hajj. But it does not invalidate it.

    And with Allaah lies all the success, and may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon our Prophet Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his family and his companions.

    The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa

    First Evidence:

               Abu Zarr of the Ghifar tribe somehow got angry with the freed slave of Abu Bakr, Bilal of Abyssinia. Both of them were the companions of the Prophet. The altercation became prolonged and Abu Zarr in his fury called Bilal the son of a black skinned mother. Bilal complained to the Prophet, who addressed Abu Zarr saying, “Did you call him a name reviling his mother? It appears you still retain vestiges of Jahiliyah (ignorance period before Islam)” Abu Zarr failed to understand the word Jahiliyah and took it to signify some sort of sexual immorality, and meekly questioned in surprise, “At this ripe age, O Prophet of God?” The Prophet said in reply, “Yes, you are his brother (and should be considerate and kind to him)”. Abu Zarr who had by now understood the significance of the Prophet’s remark, was ashamed and repentant and out of extreme repentance and humility requested Bilal to trample his face with his feet. Continue reading

    The concept of worship in Islam is misunderstood by many people including some Muslims. Worship is commonly taken to mean performing ritualist acts such as prayers, fasting, charity, etc. This limited Understanding of worship is only one part of the meaning of worship in Islam. That is why the traditional definition of worship in Islam is a comprehensive definition that includes almost everything in any individual’s activities. The definition goes something like this: “Worship is an all inclusive term for all that God loves of external and internal sayings and actions of a person. “In other words, worship is everything one says or does for the pleasure of Allah. This of course, includes rituals as well as beliefs, social activities, and personal contributions to the welfare of one’s fellow human beings. Continue reading


    Question: as-Salaam ‘Alaykum wa Rahmatullaahe wa Barakaatuhu. It will not be hidden from your Eminence what is happening to our brothers in the Muslim countries of the Caucaus, Chechnya in particular – from the war upon Islaam and the systematic extermination of Muslims, killing and displacement of the village-dewellers, the elderly, women and children – and that, by bombardment and artillery fire upon the towns, schools, hospitals and cities. Therefore what is the ruling on giving charities and zakaah to the Muslims there and helping them with body (physically) and wealth? Continue reading

    Question: I have a large number of household utensils [silverware and dining ware] for use on a daily basis as well as for regularly guests and some others for special occasions. I use these many utensils instead of borrowing them from others or renting them, as sometimes one gets dirty or old utensils that one cannot use in any social setting. I keep my utensils in a cabinet in my home. If my neighbors or relatives ask to borrow them, I give it to hem, trying to help them. During a sisters’ meeting, I heard one of the sisters say that a person is going to be held accountable for everything that he leaves behind, including household utensils. She said that we will be punished by them if we leave them behind and they will be heated and will brand us on the Day of Resurrection. Please assist me, may Allaah assist you. Should I give them away in charity and then borrow from the people for special occasions or should I keep them and pay Zakaah on them or is there no Zakaah on them or what should I do? Continue reading

    Question: Is it allowed for a person to give his Zakaah to his own mother?

    Response: A Muslim may not give his Zakaah to his parents or to his children. But, in fact, it is obligatory upon him to spend on their behalf from his own wealth if they are in need of it and he has the ability to spend on their behalf.

    Shaykh Ibn Baaz
    Fataawa al-Mar.ah

    Question: Can a wife pay the Zakaah on her jewellery to husband given that he receives a salary of about 4,000 riyals is in debt 30,000 riyals?

    Response: There is no harm in a woman paying the Zakaah of her jewellery or other Zakaah to her husband if he is poor or is in debt and he is not able to pay off the debt, according to the strongest of the opinions among the scholars. This opinion is based on the generality of the evidences, including Allaah’s statement, “Zakaah are only for the poor and the indigent…” (at-Towbah 60).

    Shaykh Ibn Baaz
    Fataawa al-Mar.ah

    Question: Is it allowed for my husband to pay the Zakaah on my wealth on my behalf, given that he is the one who gave me the wealth? Is it allowable to give the Zakaah to my nephew, whose wife passed away and he is a young man who is thinking about getting married?

    Response: Zakaah is obligatory upon your wealth, if you have the nisab or more of gold, silver or other forms of Zakaatable wealth. If your husband, with your permission, pays it for you there is no harm. The same is true if your father, brother or others, with your permission, pay it on your behalf. It is allowed for you to pay the Zakaah to your nephew to help him get married if he not able to support himself.

    Shaykh Ibn Baaz
    Fataawa al-Mar.ah


    Question: I sold gold [jewellery] that I used to wear for some time but I did not pay Zakaah on it. I would like from you to make it clear to me what I should do about its Zakaah, given that I sold it for four thousand riyals.

    Response: If you did not know that you had to pay Zakaah on it until after you had sold it, then there is nothing that you must do. However, if you knew that you had to pay Zakaah on it, then you should pay 2.5% per year. You should pay that for each previous year according to the value of gold in the marketplace. You must pay 2.5% in cash. However, if you did not know about that until the last year, then you should pay Zakaah just for the last year.

    Shaykh Ibn Baaz
    Fataawa al-Mar.ah

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