Write to Mufti

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DEAR READERS!

We hereby wish to facilitate for our readers the opportunity to have their queries about any Deeni matter to be answered. Inshaa Allaah, Mufti Mohammed Shahabuddin Qasmi who has been working in this field for several years will be answering all your Masaail.

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5 Responses to “Write to Mufti”

  1. DARUL IFTA ONLINE Says:

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    • moquim ashraf Says:

      my father and mother has died. can we do perform salat and fast aginst his farz salat and fast.
      (Note: My apologies for getting this out late because of traveling from country to country.)

      Wa Alaikumussalam
      Bismihi Ta’alaa

      Dear Brother in Islam,
      May Allaah grant your parents Jannatul Firdaus and shower His blessings upon them! According to the Hanafi School of thoughts you are not allowed to perform missed obligatory Salah and Sawm on your parents’ behalf. (As-sunanul Kubra Lin-Nasayee, Sawmul Hay-yee Anil Mayyeet) What you can do is discharge Fidya, expiation on their behalf from your own money, if they have not made a bequest of paying Fidya. However, if they have made such a bequest, then it is obligatory for the heirs to discharge Fidya from one third of the deceased estate after burial expenses and paying of all debts.

      The Fidya should be paid for five Fardh Salah including Witr Salah, and the Fidya for each Salah or Sawm is equivalent to the amount that is paid for Sadaqatul-fitr, which is approximately 1.633 kg wheat or its price.

      Allaah knows best.

  2. Aisha Says:

    Assalamu Alaikum sir is this the same site as ask mufti online Jaamia Hamidia ?

  3. Bilal Says:

    Assalamo alaikum,
    Please tell me whether taking photos of people are haraam,because there are photos of students on the Jamia Hamidia website.
    (Note: My apologies for getting this out late because of traveling from country to country.)
    Wa Alaikumussalam
    Bismihi Ta’alaa

    Dear Brother in Islam,
    Photography is not permitted except for identity documents or educational purposes which can’t be achieved otherwise. The photography on the website of Jaamia Hamidia may be considered for educational purpose as to draw the attention of Muslim philanthropists for enhancing education. However, I’m not any more there. I left the country at the end of 2009 and teaching currently at a local Darul Uloom in my native country-India.

    Ma’assalamah,


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