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Buying And Selling

Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 08/15/2018 - 00:49

Salam, I went to a shop to purchase a dress.. I saw the picture of the dress and so I purchased that one. When I returned home.. the dress was not as same as the one in picture.. it was a better one.. when I checked the prize of it (the wrong dress) online it was much more higher.. due to some circumstances I could not even return it back. Now I just want ask what should I do?

Rishwat/ Bribery

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 08/14/2018 - 12:23

I couldnt find a job for very long time. Now there is an opportunity but the man responsible is asking for money. Can I pay him money to provide me job? Will this money be counted as rishwat?

Is the Mutah Valid?

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 08/14/2018 - 11:24

Salam alaikum I am currently in a mutah contract , I would like to end this before the agreed timeframe . The other party has agreed to this but I wanted to clarify something . When we set the contract he agreed to give me a gift which he has not yet done , I am happy to forgo this . Would this be ok ? I just wanted to check in case this invalidates our contract as I don’t wish to commit haram . A swift reply would be appreciated

Is the Divorce Valid?

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 08/14/2018 - 03:55

Asalam u likum, Dear Sheikh my question is about divorce.Me and my wife had some problems and we seperated.I decided to divorce her because our problems werent getting solved so I divorced my wife via email one time. we did not get back together within first 3 months. some one told me in order for divorce to be final i have to divorce my wife 2 more times. so after 6 months later i wrote another email and wrote divorce, divorce 2 more times. now after 2 years laters we have decided to give our relationship another chance for the sake of our beautiful little daughter.


Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 08/13/2018 - 21:02

Aslam o alykum! I have question related to qurbani that each year one of my friend sends me a goat for qurbani as a gift although I can afford. Is it permissible for me to use it for qurbani or i have to buy my own? Will it be consider Qurbani from my behalf or i have to buy my own animal?

Who Can End My Marriage?

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 08/10/2018 - 17:00

I have converted my faith from Sunni to Shia last year. I have been separated from my Sunni husband since 3 years as he is refusing to come to the court for divorce as he owes me my jewellery and money borrowed from my father. The grounds of divorce were - 1. He has HIV 2. He has been caught red handed performing adultery with a another women while married to me 3. He has beaten me up and broken my ribs - domestic violence 4. He has not given me any financial support since the day of marriage 5.

Are Tattoos lslamically Haram

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 08/10/2018 - 08:43

I have heard my whole life that getting tattoos is haram. The reasoning doesn’t make sense to me. It is not specifically written in the Quran, but people assume it is haram, because it is changing your appearance, but if you think of it that way cutting your hair and getting ear piercings would be labeled haram too. Also it is said it gives pain, but honestly a lot of other things like getting shots at the doctor or other small things could also cause pain but those aren’t labeled haram.


Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 08/08/2018 - 04:56

Salam, I would like to know from Shia Aalim Sb and brothers in your foundation that can i do Panjatan Pak A.S. Niyaz or Majlis from my Khums amount. If yes, are there any limit or can you elaborate the details how and how much i can spend. For Example my yearly saving is RS 100,000 so my Khums will be 20 % that is RS 20,000, kindly correct me if i am wrong. So if you can tell me how much i can spend from RS 20,000 so it will give me an idea and i can then calculate on my actual Khums.


Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 08/06/2018 - 20:12

Sir A fish eating without cook Is halal or not And Also eggs eating is halal or not


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