From the Fatwa Department
Q: Please forward me more clarity on closing at Jumma time, I have a business and need to know what’s the ruling on closing Fridays at Jumma.
Q: Is sexual intercourse permitted from the rear private area ?
Q: Is it permissible to eat calamari?
Q: About 2 months ago, Jumuah salaah was performed in our Masjid (Hanafi) with Qunoot Nazilah as is done in Fajr for the people of Syria. Is the Salaah valid or should Qaza be made?
Q: Please could you tell me what is the correct way of disposing of the Placenta after birth and whether getting it incinerated is allowed?
Q: Is one Talaaq sufficient to end the marriage or is it necessary for the husband to give three?
Q: I would like to know the correct way of writing INSHA ALLAH in transliteration
Q: Is it permissible to fast on 13th Zul Hijjah especially since it is from the Ayyaam-e-Beedh (13th, 14th and 15th) of the month and it is Sunnah to fast on such days?
Q: I would like to find out, if a women can perform her qurbani, slaughter her sheep while experiencing her monthly period.
Q: I want to find out should ladies cut their own animal and what is the virtue? Please explain.
The animal that is being sacrificed for Qurbani should be treated with respect.
The central theme of Eid-ul-Adha is submission to the Will of Allah Ta'ala and sacrificing everything for His pleasure. Ibrahim u exemplified this spirit of submission and sacrifice in the best possible manner. When confronted with the challenge of love and allegiance, he chose to submit unconditionally to Allah Ta'ala and suppressed his personal desire and love for his family and child.
Q: What if the animal purchased for Qurbani is lost should we get another animal for Qurbani or it is ok ?
Q: Should one slaughter an animal for our beloved Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) and those that have passed on?
Q: Are there any parts of the animal (except blood) that is haraam to consume?
Q: Please can you advise the Islamic view on the removal of the hair (pubic, underarm and other) and the cutting of nails during
• Ten days prior to qurbani