Islamic Masails » Masjid Syyadina Omar Farooq
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Q. Is it permissible to recieve an injection whilst fasting?

A. It is permissible to receive an injection or vaccination while fasting

Q. Does a pregnant woman or breast-feeding woman have to fast in Ramadan?

A.    A pregnant woman or breast-feeding woman is permitted not to fast if she fears for her life or the life of her child. She must fulfill the Qadhaa of the missed fasts at some later stage. However, if no fear exists for the safety of the woman or her child, then it will […]

Q: Is it permissible for a woman to call the Athaan in the ear of a new born baby?

A: Yes,she may do so if a man is not present.

Q: Is it compulsory for a man to pay Fitrah on behalf of his children?

A: If on the day of Eidul Fitr a man owns the Nisaab amount (nisaab of zakaat) then it will be incumbent on him to pay Fitrah on behalf of his minor children,not adult children.

Q: If one has numerous Qadha Salaat to fulfill, can one omit the Sunnatul Muakkadah and read the Qadha instead ?

A: The Sunnatul Muakkadah should not be omitted. The Nafl can be omitted.

Q: Is it permissible to swim while fasting?

A: It is  not desirable to swim while fasting due to fear of water being swallowed.

Q: Is it permissible for woman to remove hairs from the legs?

A: Yes it is  permissible

Q: Is it permissible for a woman in menstruation to recite Durood shareef?

A: It is Permissible. Except for the Holy Qur’an, It is permissible for her to recite anything.

Q: Some people like to perform their sunnat prayer in a loud whisper, thus disturbing the other musallis nearby. Is this permissible?

A: There is no need to whisper when performing Salaat. It is sufficient that the musalli hears his own voice. It is not permissible to perform or recite in a way which disturbs other musallis.

Q: Can Salat be performed without any lip movement?

A: Salat performed without lip movement is not valid. The Musalli should be able to hear himself reciting.

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