From the Fatwa Department
A: Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) is reported to have said: “To Allah belongs what He has given, and to Him belongs what He has taken. Everything has an appointed time by Him. Therefore adopt patience and have hope for reward.”
Q: Can Moulana be used a term of reverence for a Islamic Scholar. I have been told that no country uses “Moulana” title, but rather the ‘Mullahs’ have adopted for themselves the honorific title of “Maulana” (which means, Our protector, Our Lord, Our Master) which has the most serious un-Islamic connotation of placing another with the Almighty.
Q: My husband will be making one Qurbani, will it still be compulsory for me to make another Qurbani in our house?
Q: If someone does a sacrifice for a special need like for the safety of their travel or for the wellbeing of their children or for business prosperity, etc. can the one who does this sacrifice also eat that meat?
Q: I intend slaughtering a cow for Qurbani and sell shares in it to others intending Qurbani.
Q: Can a sheep without a tail be slaughtered for Qurbani?
Q: If Qurbani was made with the intention of Isale Sawaab (reward for the deceased), then can the one who slaughtered the animal partake of it, or should the entire animal be given in charity?