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Monday, October 31, 2011

He has fallen into sin and he is afraid that he may forget knowledge and Qur’aan


Does falling into sin mean that one will inevitably forget knowledge and Qur’aan? I fall into sin but I do not persist in it, rather I feel deep regret after falling into sin and I am very afraid that my falling into sin will lead me to forget what knowledge I have acquired. To be very frank, this sin involves looking at haraam things and that which accompanies it, namely masturbation. But by Allaah, I only do that when I am in a state of stress and depression, and I find myself doing that when looking at pictures or videos with which my brothers fill the computer. My problem is that Allaah has blessed me with physical strength and I want very much to get married, but I do not have any money. I fast every Monday and Thursday and three days of every lunar month. I hope that you will reply and not leave me like this .

Praise be to Allaah.


Sin has a
bad effect on the one who commits it. Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy
on him) has mentioned a number of its bad effects, some of which we will
mention here: 

Deprivation of knowledge.
Knowledge is a light which Allaah instills in the heart, but sin
extinguishes that light. When al-Shaafa’i sat before Maalik and recited to
him, he was impressed with what he saw of his deep knowledge, intelligence
and understanding, and he said: I see that Allaah has filled your heart with
light, so do not extinguish it with the darkness of sin.

Deprivation of provision. In
the Musnad of Imam Ahmad it is narrated that Thawbaan (may Allaah be
pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of
Allaah be upon him) said: “A man may be deprived of provision because of a
sin that he commits.” Also narrated by Ibn Maajah (4022) and classed as
hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh Ibn Maajah.

Alienation between the sinner
and his Lord, and between him and other people. One of the salaf said: If I
disobey Allaah, I see that in the attitude of my mount and my wife.

Life becomes difficult for him;
he does not try to do anything but he finds the way barred to him or it is
very difficult; by the same token, things become easier for the one who
fears and obeys Allaah.

The sinner finds darkness in
his heart, which he senses as he senses the darkness of night. The darkness
of sin affects his heart as the darkness of night affects his vision, for
obedience is light whilst disobedience is darkness. The more the darkness
increases, the greater his confusion becomes, until he falls into
innovation, misguidance and things that will doom him to Hell, without
realizing it, like a blind man who goes out in the darkness of the night,
walking alone. This darkness increases until it appears in his eyes, then it
increases until it dominates his face and becomes a “blackness” that is
visible to everyone. ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Abbaas said: “Good deeds produce
radiance on the face and light in the heart, increased provision, physical
strength, and the love of others. Bad deeds produce ‘blackness’ in the face,
darkness in the heart, physical weakness, inadequate provision and the
hatred of others.”

Deprivation of doing acts of
worship. Even if a sin is not punished, it prevents a person from doing acts
of worship, which are replaced with acts of disobedience, and it blocks the
path to other acts of worship, then the sin cuts off the way to a third act
of worship and a fourth and so on. So the sin prevents him from doing many
acts of worship, each of which would be better for him than this world and
everything in it. This is like a man who eats something that causes a
lengthy sickness and prevents him from eating food that is better than it.
And Allaah is the One Whose help we seek.

Sin generates more sin, until
it dominates a man and prevents him escaping from it.

Sin weakens the heart, reducing
its will to do good and increasing its will to sin. It weakens the will to
repent until there is no will to repent in the heart at all. This is one of
the worst of diseases and the closest to doom.

It robs the heart of repugnance
towards sin, which then becomes a habit; he does not feel any discomfort at
the thought of people seeing him or talking about him. 


The fact
that you feel under stress and are looking for a way out is a sign of
sincerity in sha Allaah, and is the beginning of repentance, by Allaah’s

Each one of
us needs to examine himself and sincerely resolve to engage in “jihad
al-nafs” against his self that is inclined towards evil, and equip himself
with the right “weapons” for that. 

We will give
you some pointers which we ask Allaah to make beneficial for us and for

Pray to Allaah (du’aa’) and
beseech Him. Remember that Allaah will not let down the one who calls upon
Him. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And your Lord said:
“Invoke Me [i.e. believe in My Oneness (Islamic Monotheism) and ask Me for
anything] I will respond to your (invocation)” [Ghaafir 40:60]. Turn to
Allaah in supplication and seek out the times and places where du’aa’ is
answered, such as when prostrating, in the last hour of the day on Friday,
and during the last third of the night when our Lord descends to the lowest
heaven and calls out, “Is there anyone who is calling, that I may respond to
him? Is there anyone asking for forgiveness, that I may forgive him?” Do not
despair of a response, for Allaah is Ever close and responds to the call of
the one who is in distress when he calls upon Him, and He grants relief from

You should do more acts of
worship, as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “Verily, the
good deeds remove the evil deeds” [Hood 11:114]. Seek help through
prayer, for it is as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Verily, As‑Salaah (the prayer) prevents from Al‑Fahsha’ (i.e. great sins of
every kind, unlawful sexual intercourse) and Al‑Munkar (i.e. disbelief,
polytheism, and every kind of evil wicked deed)” [al-‘Ankaboot 29:45].

You should be keen to increase
your knowledge of Allaah, may He be glorified and exalted, by learning His
names and attributes, and by thinking about the creation of the heavens and
the earth. By doing that, a person will become shy before Allaah. As one of
the salaf said: Do not think of the smallness of the sin, rather think of
the greatness of the One Whom you have disobeyed.

Remember that the path to
Paradise is difficult and requires effort and
patience. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “As for those who
strive hard in Us (Our Cause), We will surely guide them to Our paths (i.e.
Allaah’s religion — Islamic Monotheism). And verily, Allaah is with the
Muhsinoon (good-doers)” [al-‘Ankaboot 29:69].

Think about the benefits of
lowering your gaze and make that your motive; that will help to ward off the
whisperings of the nafs and the promptings of the shaytaan. These are some
of the benefits, which we will list for you so that Allaah may benefit us
and you thereby:

Lowering the gaze is obedience
to the command of Allaah, as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Tell the believing men to lower their gaze (from looking at forbidden
things)” [al-Noor 24:30]. Obedience to the command of Allaah leads to
the greatest happiness in this world and in the Hereafter.

It purifies the heart and soul,
and one's deeds.

It prevents the poisoned arrows
from having any effect, for a glance is one of the poisoned arrows of the

The compensation for lowering
the gaze is the sweetness of faith in the heart.

One attains truthful insight by
means of which one can distinguish between truth and falsehood.

It rids the heart of the pain
of regret, for the one who lets his gaze wander will always feel regret.

It fills the heart with
happiness, joy and light that is greater than any pleasure derived from

It frees the heart from being a
prisoner of desire, for the true prisoner is the one who is the prisoner of
his whims and desires.

Keep yourself busy with useful
and beneficial things, attending lessons and listening to lectures, for
there is nothing more harmful to a person than spare time and being alone.

Look for righteous friends who
can help you to obey Allaah, for the shaytaan is close to the one who is
alone, but he is further away from two, and the wolf only eats the sheep
that has strayed from the flock.

Avoid the things that provoke
desire in you, such as looking at haraam images, for as well as being haraam
in and of itself, it also leads to other haraam things.

Masturbation is a haraam
action, and is not befitting for a decent person. There is a great deal of
evidence to show that it is haraam, which you will find in the answer to
question no. 329. 

Hasten to
repent to Allaah, and fear His wrath and anger. Remember that knowledge and
righteousness are a blessing from Him, and He may become angry with the one
who disobeys Him, and withdraw those blessings from him, as He says
(interpretation of the meaning): 

recite (O Muhammad) to them the story of him to whom We gave Our Ayaat
(proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.), but he threw
them away; so Shaytaan (Satan) followed him up, and he became of those who
went astray”

[al-A’raaf 6:175]  

Keep in mind
the greatness of Allaah, and remember that He is always watching you, for
nothing about you is hidden from Him. 

yourself sitting with your righteous brothers and refraining from sin out of
shyness towards them; so do not regard Allaah as the least significant of
those who are watching. 

The Prophet
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) advised a man among his
companions, saying: “I advise you to feel shy before Allaah as you feel shy
before a righteous man among your people.” Narrated by al-Tabaraani and by
al-Bayhaqi in Shu’ab al-Eemaan; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in
Saheeh al-Jaami’ no. 2541. 

We ask
Allaah to ward off evil from you and to help you to obey Him and please

And Allaah
knows best.


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Who has more right to her son – her or her husband whom she suspects of witchcraft? What are the signs of the practitioner of witchcraft?


My son is nearly 11 years old. He has become very aggressive; he does not respect me and shouts at me. Sometimes even he uses his hands without any justifications, after his father gave him a computer as a gift. His father deals by sihr, I do not know if he is sahir himself or not, Allah alone knows. He wants to take my son from me (as we are divorced).

How can I protect my son and myself? What can I do so that my son returns to how he was before? How can I know the reality of his father? In the case that I make sure he is a sahir and wants to harm me and my son, am I permitted to not let him see our son if he wanted to?.

Praise be to Allaah.


Islam enjoins parents to
take care of their children and raise them well. Children will grow up on
what they hear, read and see in their home, on the streets and in school,
and whatever faults happen in their upbringing are because of faults in one
or  all of these aspects. 

What has happened with your
son, of his bad attitude towards you, may because of what he has seen and
heard at home of the problems between you and your husband, which led to
divorce, or it may be because of the influence of what he has seen and read
on the computer, or it may be the result of witchcraft done against him by
his father in order to take him from you. Any of these things is possible,
or it may be all of these reasons combined that has lead to this bad
behaviour of your son towards you. 

Whatever the case, you have
to set things straight by looking for the causes that have led to these
problems, so that you can deal with the matter by dealing with the cause. If
it is because of your problems with his father, then you must make him
understand the reality of the situation and what happened [?} between you,
in a way that is appropriate to his age and level of understanding. If the
cause is what he hears, watches and sees on the computer then you must keep
an eye on whatever he is looking at, and it is essential to teach him to
make good use of the computer. If he does not respond, then you can forbid
him to use it altogether. If the cause is his father doing witchcraft on
him, then you can start to remedy it by using shar’i ruqyahs from the
Qur’aan and saheeh dhikrs of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah
be upon him). There is no reason why you shouldn’t take him to someone whose
religious commitment you trust, to treat him in the shar’i manner for such


You can find out whether
his father is really doing sihr (witchcraft) by finding out how he treats
others or what he really says to those who visit him and consult him. 

Some of the scholars have
mentioned the signs of the saahir (practitioner of witchcraft) by means of
which anyone can discern the saahir from those who are good and righteous.
These signs are: 

He asks the sick person for his
mother’s name, and some personal possession of the one for whom treatment is
sought, such as his hair or clothing.

He mumbles words that have no
meaning and that the listener cannot understand. The muttering may be calls
to the jinn or devils to come and serve him.

Another sign is that the saahir
does not attend Jumu’ah prayer or the five daily prayers in the mosque.

He is dishevelled and smells
bad, and he likes being in the dark and on his own.

He gives the sick person an
amulet (“hijab”) containing some mumbo-jumbo, squares or numbers. 

To find out the truth, he
should have all or some of the characteristics. Thus you will know the truth
about him. It should be noted that you may be exaggerating in suspecting him
of witchcraft. You have to be fair in judging him, and fear Allaah before
making accusations and claims of which he is innocent. 

But so long as you have
separated from him, we do not think that you should concern yourself too
much with your ex-husband and whether he is a saahir or not; rather what you
should do is focus on how to protect yourself and your son, and how to
fulfil your duty of raising this boy. 


With regard to custody of
the child, it is known that the purpose of custody is to protect and take
care of the child. Hence a person’s right to custody is waived if he is
immoral or corrupt, or if he neglects him, or if he travels a great deal,
which would harm the child’s interests. 

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn
Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him): 

It should be noted that
there is no text which gives precedence to either parent in general terms,
or chooses one of the parents in all cases. The scholars are unanimously
agreed that neither of them is specified in all cases, rather when there is
transgression of the limits or neglect, precedence is not to be given to the
one who will be like that (i.e., the parent who will transgress the limits
or be neglectful) over the one who is just and good and will do what is

Majmoo’ al-Fataawa

It should be noted that the
period of custody extends until the child reaches the age of discernment and
independence, i.e., custody lasts until the child is able to discern and is
independent of his guardian, in the sense that he can eat and drink by
himself, and clean himself after going to the toilet by himself, and so on. 

As he has reached the age
of 11, he should be given the choice of living with his father or with you,
so long as the choice is made by him freely, without any pressure or
compulsion, and so long as the reason for his choice is not that he will
never be told to pray or obey Allaah, or to do anything that is in his
religious or worldly interests, because his choice in this case would be
harmful to him. Many children care only about choosing the one who will
spoil them the most or give them the toys and games that they want, so in
that case he should not be allowed to have what he wants. 

If it is proven that his
father is engaging in witchcraft, then it is not permissible for him to take
his son, rather he should be withheld from him until he repents sincerely to

If it is not proven that
the father is engaging in witchcraft, then the parents should cooperate in
raising their son, and pay attention to what is in his best interests, so
that their conflict will not be a cause of the children failing and being

See also the answers to
questions no. 8189 and
20705 and

We ask Allaah to set all
your affairs straight and to guide your son to that which our Lord loves and
is pleased with, and to set his father straight and protect his religious

And Allaah knows best.

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He gave him advice and he did not pay any heed; should he cut off ties with him?


I am a young religiously-committed man, and I have a brother in faith whom I love for the sake of Allaah. I saw him at the traffic lights with music playing loudly in his car, and I advised him in a direct manner without letting him know that I had seen him. He showed that he was sorry and had repented, and – according to what he said – he removed the music from his car and computer, praise be to Allaah. But a few days later, I saw him participating in chat rooms, talking in an indecent manner and writing down the names of songs. I recognized him by his screen name and his avatar. It seems that sometimes he talks on the internet with some of his female relatives who are not his mahrams. 

Should I cut off ties with him, or should I take him as he appears to be, knowing that he accepts the advice without acting on it, and that outwardly he appears to be committed? His friends know him as such, but I know something about him that they do not know.

Praise be to Allaah.

The one who
disobeys Allaah either disobeys Him openly or he conceals it. The one who
disobeys openly should be forsaken – even if it goes on for a long time – if
forsaking him will deter him from that or will make him do it less. 

If he
conceals it but it so happens that you see it, then he should be rebuked in
secret and he should be advised but his fault should be concealed.  

Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“Whoever conceals (the fault of) a Muslim, Allaah will conceal him on the
Day of Resurrection.” Agreed upon.  

Muhammad ibn
al-Munkadir saw a man standing with a woman and speaking with her. He said:
“Allaah can see you, may Allaah conceal us and you.” 

In such
cases it is prescribed for you to forsake him on your own, if that forsaking
will have an effect on him and will not result in any greater evil, such as
his committing sin openly after having concealed it, or doing more of it
after having done only a little, or doing something that is worse that that
for which you forsook him. 

al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

commits evil openly must be rebuked and forsaken and criticized for that.
This is what is meant by the phrase, “Whoever becomes shameless, talking
about him is not gheebah (backbiting).” This is unlike one who conceals his
sin and seeks to hide it; he should be concealed but he should be advised in
secret and forsaken by one who knows his situation, until he repents.” 

al-Fataawa (28/220) 

(may Allaah have mercy on him) included the hadeeth about Ka’b ibn Maalik
staying behind from the campaign to Tabook in a chapter which he entitled:
“Chapter: What is permitted of forsaking one who has sinned.” 

Ibn Hajar (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:   

What he
meant by saying “Chapter: What is permitted of forsaking one who has sinned”
is to explain the kind of forsaking (or boycotting) that is permitted,
because of the general meaning of the prohibition on forsaking a person for
no legitimate reason. Here he explains the reasons that justify forsaking
someone, which is when a person has committed a sin, and it is justified for
the one who found out about it to forsake him so that he will refrain from

al-Baari (10/497) 

It was
narrated from Sa’eed ibn al-Jubayr that a relative of ‘Abd-Allaah ibn
Mughaffal threw small pebbles and he told him not to do that. He said: The
Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade
the throwing of small pebbles and said: “It does not kill the game or kill
(or hurt) the enemy, rather it breaks a tooth or puts out an eye.” Then he
did it again and he said: I told you that the Messenger of Allaah
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade it, then you throw small
pebbles again. I will never speak to you. Narrated by al-Bukhaari (5162)and
Muslim (1954). 

(may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

This shows
that innovators and evildoers and those who go against the Sunnah despite
knowing it are to be forsaken, and that it is permissible to forsake them
permanently. The prohibition on forsaking someone for more than three days
applies to one who forsakes another for personal or worldly reasons. As for
innovators and their ilk, they may be forsaken permanently. This hadeeth is
one of those that support this view, along with similar hadeeths such as the
hadeeth of Ka’b ibn Maalik and others. Sharh Muslim (13/106). 

What you
have to do with regard to your friend is advise him, exhort him, and remind
him to fear the Hereafter. If he responds, then praise be to Allaah, and you
will have the reward for that. If he persists secretly in his sin, then he
deserves to be forsaken by you if you think that forsaking him will benefit
him. If forsaking him will not benefit him, then we do not think that you
should forsake him, rather we think that you should still keep company with
him in the hope that that will benefit him. 

al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

forsaking varies according to whether the forsakers are strong or weak, many
or few. If the aim is to rebuke the person, discipline him and deter the
common folk from doing something like him, if the interest is clear in this
case so that forsaking him will weaken evil or make evil disappear
altogether, then it is prescribed. If neither the person who is forsaken nor
anyone else will be deterred by that, rather the evil will increase, and the
one  who wants to forsake him is weak, and the evil consequences of that
will outweigh the good, then it is not prescribed to forsake him, rather
kindness towards some people will be more beneficial than forsaking them. 

forsaking some people is more beneficial than being kind to them. Hence the
Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was kind to some
people and forsook others. Majmoo’ al-Fataawa (28/206). 

Finally, we
would like to point out that it is possible to advise him and guide him to
goodness without confronting him with what he has done, especially his
taking part in the chat rooms. It is also possible to advise him and send
him a letter without him knowing who you are, if that will reduce his
involvement in committing sin openly. 

May Allaah
guide us and you to that which He loves and which pleases Him, and make us
all doers of good and resisters of evil. 

And Allaah
knows best.

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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Working in the field of altering pictures by making them more beautiful and changing the appearance


It is well known that there are many doubts about photography. I would like to know what is the ruling on altering pictures by using Photoshop; this program can make a person look more beautiful and alter some of the features, and it has caused fitnah because some girls come and ask for their eye colour to be changed, or for their eyebrows to be thinned, or for blemishes to be erased from the face, or for the hairstyle to be changed. 

I would like you to explain the ruling on these actions, and I would like complete details of the source of the fatwa so that I may explain to some people with full evidence and proof.

Praise be to Allaah.


scholars have differed with regard to the ruling on photography. In the
answers to questions no. 10668
and 12786 we have stated that
the more correct view is that it is haraam. 


scholars who are of the view that it is permissible and not haraam have
stipulated conditions for that: 

That the purpose of the picture
should be permissible, such as for a passport, driver’s licence and so on.

The photographer should not
introduce any changes or improvements to the picture.

It should not be a haraam
picture such as a picture of a woman in makeup and the like. 

It is clear
that these conditions are not met in the case mentioned in the question.
Thus it is clear that the action asked about here is haraam. 

Shaykh Ibn
‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

With regard
to these cameras which produce an image instantly, and the person has
nothing to do with this image, we think that this does not come under the
heading of image-making, rather it comes under the heading of transmitting
an image that Allaah has made by means of this machine. This is like a
reflection and the person has nothing to do with making the image. The
ahaadeeth speak rather of image-making that is done by people in imitation
of the creation of Allaah. This is like when a person writes a letter and
makes a photocopy of it. The image that comes out is not what was done by
the one who operated the machine; perhaps the one who operates the machine
does not even know how to write. People will know that this was written by
the first person, and that the second person had nothing to do with it. But
if he makes this photographic image for a haraam purpose, then it is haraam
because the means that lead to haraam ends are also haraam. End quote. 

Fataawa al-Shaykh al-‘Uthaymeen (2/question no.

And Allaah
knows best.

Learn Holy Quran because it will be a proof for us muslim on the Day of Judgment.

This is due to the statement of the Messenger: “And the Quran is a proof for you or against you.” [Muslim] so the deputy of every Muslim is to read quran and learn quran with tajweed so one of two things will occur with this proof, the Book of Allah. And this quran education will be in your favor, a proof for us on the Day when we will need every single good deed and learning quran along with doing quran memorization is one of it and to add more spread the quran teaching and spread the kids quran knowledge and listening to quran online and understand the quran tafseer , it will be something standing against us and follow the guidance of or prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, and these good deeds will be a proof against us! Who could be saved from the terrors of that Day if Allah’s own Speech is against him?!?! Think carefully, so reading Arabic Quran and teaching our kids quran qaida with the tafseer of quran  and let the kids memorize quran dear Muslim brother or sister, about your position with the reading Quran! Are you neglecting it, contradicting it, being heedless of its orders and prohibitions, are you thinking deeply over it?! Will it be on your side on the Day of Judgment.? So learn quran recitation! O Allah! We ask you, by Your Glorious Speech and the rest of your beautiful Names and Attributes, to make the Quran a proof for us! So the Quran tutor should let his student know about these facts also,

Ruling on praying in a garment on which there is a picture of an animal or a person


What is the ruling on praying in clothes on which there are images of some animals which may be part of a manufacturing company’s logo such as tigers or crocodiles?.

Praise be to Allaah.


It is not
permissible to wear clothes on which there are images of animals or people,
because of the report narrated by al-Bukhaari (3226) and Muslim (2106) from
Abu Talhah (may Allaah be pleased with him), according to which the Prophet
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The angels do not
enter any house in which there is an image.” 

Mataalib Ooli al-Nuha (1/353). 

Shaykh Ibn
‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked about the ruling on
wearing clothes on which there are images of animals or people. He replied:
It is not permissible for a person to wear clothes on which there is an
image of an animal or a person, and it is not permissible to wear ghutrahs
or other headgear on which there is an image of a person or an animal,
because it is proven that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be
upon him) said: “The angels do not enter any house in which there is an
image.” Hence we do not think that anyone should keep pictures for memories,
as they say, and whoever has any pictures for memories should destroy them,
whether he put them on the wall or in an album etc, because keeping them
deprives the people of the house of the angels’ entering upon them. And
Allaah knows best. End quote.

 He (may
Allaah have mercy on him) was also asked about the ruling on children
wearing clothes on which there are images of animate beings. He replied: The
scholars said that it is haraam to dress a child in what it is haraam for
adults to wear. Whatever has an image on it, it is haraam for adults to wear
it, so it is also haraam for children to wear it. This is the answer. What
the Muslims should do is to boycott these clothes and shoes, so that the
evildoers will have no means of reaching us in this matter. If they are
boycotted they will never find a way of bringing them into this land,
because when they are boycotted there will be no point in bringing them
here. End quote from Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen


offered in a garment that has images of people or animals on it is valid,
but there is some sin involved. 

The Scholars
of the Standing Committee were asked: Is it permissible to pray in a garment
on which there is an image of a person or images of animals? Is it
permissible to enter the toilet in a garment on which there is the name of

replied: It is not permissible to pray in clothes on which there are images
of animate beings, whether people, birds, camels, cattle, sheep, or other
animate beings, and it is not permissible for a Muslim to wear them when he
is not praying either. The prayer of one who prays wearing clothes on which
there are images is valid, but he is sinning if he knows the shar’i ruling.
It is not permissible to write the name of Allaah on clothing, and it is
makrooh to enter the toilet wearing it, because that is showing disrespect
to His name, may He be exalted. End quote. 

al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (6/179) 

Shaykh Ibn
‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked about the ruling on the
prayer of one who prays in a garment on which are embroidered or printed
images of animate beings. 

He replied:
If he is unaware, there is no sin on him, but if he knew (the ruling) then
his prayer is valid but there is some sin involved, according to the more
correct of the two scholarly rulings. Some scholars said that his prayer is
invalid, because he has prayed in a garment that is haraam for him. End
quote from Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (12/360) 

Based on
this, you have to remove the image of the tiger or crocodile from your
clothes, or distort the image by removing the head or covering it with some
colour or thread that will hide it. If you pray with the image still on your
clothes, your prayer is valid but there is some sin. 

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And Allaah
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Ruling on taking a woman’s picture in order to have a passport issued


What is the ruling on taking a woman’s picture in order to have a passport issued so that she can travel with her husband for the purpose of da’wah?

Praise be to Allaah.


It says in Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (1/496): “A
woman should not allow anyone to photograph her face whether for a passport
or for any other purpose, because it (her face) is ‘awrah, and because the
existence of pictures in passports and elsewhere is one of the causes of
fitnah… unless that is the case of necessity.” 

Based on that, it may be said that if the purpose of the
woman’s travel is da’wah, to call people to Allaah, then this is not
something necessary that would make this action permissible. In many foreign
countries women attend the mosques and Islamic centers and benefit from what
the daa’iyahs are doing there . So there is no need for this woman to expose
herself to fitnah or the risk of doing some haraam actions, especially since
there is such a great need for da’wah in the country where she is living. So
she should focus her da’wah efforts on the people around her, her sisters in
faith. Perhaps Allaah will cause others to benefit from her. 

But if the reason is that the man is going out for the
purpose of da’wah, and his wife is to accompany him, then the ruling varies
according to the length of time that he will spend there. If he will be gone
for a long time, then it is acceptable for him to take his wife with him so
that he will be safe from temptation. But if it is only for a short time,
then he should not take his wife with him, and if he fears that he will fall
into temptation, then he should not go, rather he should occupy himself with
da’wah in the place where he is living in his own country.

 We ask Allaah to help us all to do that which He loves and
which pleases Him.

 And Allaah knows best.

 Shaykh Khaalid al-Sabt

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

They called upon the angels to witness their marriage


I am a female student living on my ownaway from my family.... i became friendz with one of my colleges last yr .he was ill those days and even had some more problemsin whichhe definitelyneededsomeoneto rely on and few words of strenght.i became thatsupport for him that time.I thought it is nice to help people.....Alllah would reward me for that .But after amonthor sdo we became very good friendzand later got much involved in each other.till now we never touched each other..... once we were playing,i dont remember what happened that day ....he leaned on me and kissed me .both of us being muslims felt guityand at our own placdfes asked forgiveness from allah ...and i dont remember how the same thing happened once moreand we decided to marry...As we were students and due to some economical and social problems we were not able to do it properly and disclose it .....Moreover we nthought its allah who knows everything and we should be clear infront of him. one night after offering salat of isha and two rakaa' of nafilahwe started searching for verses and rules and regulations of marriage in quran.We found some lines but not exact what we wanted that time ....Any how we read few verses from it and sweared holding quran in our hands that we consider each other as our spouse.and would never betray each other ...and thought Angels wouild be our witnesses. and therefore we thought we are married..and kissing and holding each other never haunted us...and we never felt guilt... after 3 months or so ,as we thought we are married many times we shared bed. This yr (after11/12 months),i was reading some questions on this site on divorce and marriage ...(i used this site earlier but never used it for this topic as i never thought i did wrong ...)and there i foundcertain questionslike this but not exactly...there arouse a doubt in my mind that i am practicing wrong thingsso i spoke to him and we stopped practicing it .... sir,we want to know ,whether this marriage is considered or not ...? have we done "zinna"and whether we will be punished for it even if we repent... And sir,if we want to marry in futurecan we marry(if our marriage is not considered)? .

Praise be to Allaah.

happened between that man and that woman – based on what is mentioned in the
question – is undoubtedly zina. Where was the woman’s wali (guardian) in
this marriage? It is strange that the angels were witnesses to this marriage
but they did not see those witnesses. 

What you
have to do is repent to Allaah from what you have done, and realize that you
have committed a major sin. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah
be upon him) said: “No adulterer is a believer at the time when he is
committing adultery.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (2343) and Muslim (57). For
more information please see question no.
11195 and

If a person
repents, Allaah rejoices at his repentance and accepts it and forgives him,
as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

those who invoke not any other ilaah (god) along with Allaah, nor kill such
person as Allaah has forbidden, except for just cause, nor commit illegal
sexual intercourse
and whoever does this shall receive the punishment.

69. The
torment will be doubled to him on the Day of Resurrection, and he will abide
therein in disgrace;

70. Except those who repent and believe (in Islamic Monotheism), and do
righteous deeds; for those, Allaah will change their sins into good deeds,
and Allaah is Oft‑Forgiving, Most Merciful”

[al-Furqaan 25:68-70] 

See also
questions no. 27113,
624 and

They have to
cut off all ties with one another, so as to close the door to temptation and
desire. If they want to have a good, legitimate relationship, then they
should enter houses by the proper doors, as Allaah has prescribed, and they
have to fear Allaah and be patient in heeding His sacred limits. A person
may be able to put up with the pain of separation but he will not be able to
put up with the heat of the Fire. So let them keep away from one another, so
that they will not fall into doing that which will earn the wrath and
punishment of Allaah, or let them hasten to get married in the proper
Islamic manner, after repenting from what they have fallen into of zina. And
Allaah knows best.

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She claims that her husband raped her daughter and left; is she divorced automatically?


A muslim woman married a muslim man when her youngest daughter was a few months old. he played the role of has been discovered, after he returned to his country of birth for a visit.that he infact sexually molested the little girl and possibly rape.he denies it..but the medical reports confirm this.after weeks of therapy, the child confirmed that it was him that "played" with her..she still thinks it was a cool thing that happened.he has since not returned also sd the authorities are looking for him....QUESTION DOES THIS NULLIFY THE MARRIAGE AUTOMATICALLY? QUESTION: IF NOT -HOW CAN THE MOTHER NULLIFY THIS MARRIAGE.

Praise be to Allaah.


Undoubtedly what the husband did to this small child – if it
is proven – is a serous crime, for which he deserves to be stoned to death.
Perhaps such incidents indicate how far such scum are from the laws of
Allaah. Hence the Muslim should be careful with regard to marriage, and he
should be caution and be careful about letting female relatives of the wife
be alone with people who are weak in faith, even if they are small. 


It is well known that it is not permissible for a man to
married at the same time to two sisters, and it is nor permissible for him
to marry his wife’s mother – after doing the marriage contract with her – or
her daughter – after consummating the marriage with the mother. So if the
husband commits zina with the wife’s sister, mother or daughter, does his
wife become haraam for him and must he divorce her? And if he was not
married to her, is it permissible for him to marry her? These are issues
concerning which the scholars differed, and there are three opinions: 


The view of the majority is that his wife does not become
haraam for him. This is the view of Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with
him), ‘Urwah, Sa’eed ibn al-Musayyab and al-Zuhri, and it is the view of the
majority of scholars. Some of them narrated that Ibn ‘Abbaas said that his
wife becomes haraam for him, but this is da’eef (weak); the correct view is
that which we have mentioned above. 

Their evidence is that marriage in sharee’ah applies only to
the woman with whom the marriage contract is done, not just to intercourse.
Moreover, there is no dowry, ‘iddah or inheritance in the case of zina. Ibn
‘Abd al-Barr said: The scholars of different regions who issue fatwas are
unanimously agreed that it is not haraam for the zaani to marry the woman
with whom he committed zina, so it is more permissible for him to marry her
mother or daughter. 


Ibraaheem al-Nakha’i, al-Sha’bi, Abu Haneefah and his
companions, Ahmad and Ishaaq said, and it was also narrated from Maalik,
that if he commits zina with a woman, her mother and daughter become haraam
for him. 


The view of the Hanafis – which is also the view of
al-Shaafa’i – is that touching with desire for a permissible reason comes
under the same ruling as intercourse, because it is intimacy. But if it is
done for a haraam reason, it has no effect, like zina. They said: His wife
become haraam for him if he merely touches her mother or looks at her
private part. 

Ibraaheem al-Nakha’i said: They used to say: If a man looks
at a woman and at that which is not permissible for him, or touches her with
desire, then they both become haraam to him.  

Al-Musannaf (3/303). 

The most correct view is the view of the majority, that his
doing haraam actions with his wife’s mother, daughter or sister does not
make his wife haraam for him, whether he is married or after the marriage
has ended. Hence it is known that if a husband molests his wife’s daughter
and even it is proven that he raped her, this reprehensible act does not
mean that his wife becomes haraam for him. 

Al-Bukhaari (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrated (5/1963)
that Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: If a man commits
zina with his wife’s sister, his wife does not become haraam for him. 

Al-Bayhaqi narrated – in a report classed as saheeh by
al-Haafiz Ibn Hajar (7/168) – that Ibn ‘Abbaas said concerning a man who
committed zina with his wife’s mother: He has transgressed two sacred
limits, but the wife does not become haraam for him. 

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

Question: If a man commits zina with a woman, do his
ascendants and descendents become haraam for her, and do her ascendants and
descendents become haraam for him? 

Answer: They do not become haraam, because that is not
included in the verse (interpretation of the meaning): “Forbidden to you
(for marriage) are: … your wives’ mothers, your stepdaughters under your
guardianship, born of your wives to whom you have gone in — but there is no
sin on you if you have not gone in them (to marry their daughters), — the
wives of your sons” [al-Nisa’ 4:23]. The zaaniyah (woman who commits
zina) is not included in this, so if a person commits zina with a woman, we
do not say that this woman is one of his wives, and we do not say that this
woman with whom he committed zina is one of “your wives’ mothers” and thus
it remains permissible (to marry her), because she is included in the verse
(interpretation of the meaning): “All others are
lawful…” [al-Nisa’ 4:24].  

Al-Sharh al-Mumti’ (5/179). 


You can ask for the marriage to be annulled by the sharee’ah
judge (qaadi) for two legitimate reasons, the first of which is his
evildoing and immorality by committing this revolting crime – if it is
proven; the second is his being away from the home. Both of these reasons
make it permissible for you to seek an annulment of the marriage from the
sharee’ah judge and to demand your rights in full. This is called al-talaaq
li’l-darar (divorce on the grounds of harm). Imam Maalik and Imam Ahmad (may
Allaah have mercy on them) said concerning it: The harm which justifies
seeking a separation of the couple includes everything that harms the wife
or involves mistreatment of her, physically, mentally or psychologically.
That varies from one woman to another, and according to circumstances and
customs. Examples of harm for which a wife may ask for divorce include
hitting her for no legitimate reason, forcing her to do something haraam or
not to do something obligatory, and evil deeds, immorality and misconduct on
his part. 

And Allaah knows best.

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Was Maa’iz married?


Was Ma'iz ibn Malik married or unmarried and if he was a bachelor, why was he stoned? I ask this because I have read that he was not married and was stoned for persistent fornication. However, there are other ahadith about "a man from Bani Aslam" which match the case of Ma'iz (who was from the Aslam) in every detail but do not give the name of the man. Was this man Ma'iz?.

Praise be to Allaah.


The ahaadeeth which tell the story of Maa’iz (may Allaah be pleased with him) and
are narrated in al-Saheehayn were narrated through numerous isnaads. In some of them his name is given as Maa’iz, and in these it does not
say that he was married. And in some he is mentioned by the name of his tribe – “a man from Aslam” – and in these it says that he was married. 

The context of the ahaadeeth is the same which makes us certain that they are
speaking of the same story, which is the story of Maa’iz (may Allaah be pleased with him) and that he was married. This is stated in the text of
one hadeeth which is narrated by al-Bayhaqi as we shall see below. There follow some of the reports: 

According to the version narrated by Muslim, they took Maa’iz to the Harrah, and
this report states his name. According to a version narrated by al-Bukhaari, they stoned a man from (the tribe of) Aslam – and Maa’iz was a man
from the tribe of Aslam as we shall see in the hadeeth from Abu Sa’eed below – so they took him to the Harrah. We also draw your attention to the
similarity between the two hadeeth which both say that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) turned away from him four
times, etc. This makes us certain that the two hadeeths are telling the story of the same man. Based on that, it says in the report narrated by
al-Bukhaari that he was married. The two reports are as follows: 

Muslim (1694) narrated: 

From Abu Sa’eed: that a man called Maa’iz ibn Maalik came to the Messenger of
Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and said: “I have committed adultery. Carry out (the hadd punishment) on me.” The
Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) ignored him several times, then he asked his people (about him). They said:
“We do not know of anything wrong with him, except that he has committed some crime and he thinks that he will not be able to relieve himself of
its burden unless the hadd punishment is carried out on him.”  So he went back to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and
he commanded us to stone him. So we took him out to Baqee’ al-Gharqad and we did not tie him up or dig a hole for him. We stoned him with bones,
clods and pebbles. He ran away and we ran after him until he came to ‘Arad al-Harrah (a place in Madeenah), where he stopped, and we stoned him
with the rocks of the Harrah until he stopped moving (i.e., died). 

The report narrated by al-Bukhaari (4969): 

It was narrated from Jaabir that a man from (the tribe of) Aslam came to the
Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) when he was in the mosque and he said, “I have committed adultery.”  The Prophet
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) turned his face away from him. The man came to that side to which the Prophet had turned his face, and
testified against himself four times. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, "Are you mad? Are you married?" He said,
"Yes.” So he commanded that he be stoned in the Musalla (Eid prayer place). When the stones troubled him, he ran away, until he was caught in
al-Harrah and killed.  

And it was narrated that Abu Hurayrah said: A man from (the tribe of Aslam) came to the Messenger of Allaah
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) when he was in the mosque and called him. He said, “O Messenger of Allaah, This man has committed
zina,” meaning himself. [The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)] turned his face away from him. The man came to that side to
which the Prophet had turned his face, and said, "O Messenger of Allaah, this man has committed zina." The Prophet (peace and blessings of
Allaah be upon him) turned his face to the other side, and the man came to that side, and said the same thing. When he had testified against
himself four times, the Prophet called him and said, "Are you mad?" He said, "No." The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)
said, "Take him away and stone him to death." And he was married. When the stones troubled him, he ran away, but we caught up with him at
al-Harrah and stoned him to death (there)." 

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 4970 

This is also stated clearly in Sunan al-Bayhaqi: 

It was narrated from Jaabir from the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): a man
from (the tribe of) Aslam testified against himself four times in his presence, admitting zina, so he ordered that he be stoned, as he was
married. He said: they said that that was Maa’iz. 

Sunan al-Bayhaqi al-Kubra, 8/218 

Al-Haafiz ibn Hajar stated in Fath al-Baari that these ahaadeeth tell the
story of one man, namely Maa’iz (may Allaah be pleased with him).  

The phrase “a man from Aslam” means a man from the famous tribe of Banu Aslam. The
name of this man was Maa’iz ibn Maalik as we shall see below; he was named as such by Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him). 

Al-Haafiz also said: 

The hadeeth which says that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be
upon him) stoned Maa’iz, who was married, appears in al-Saheehayn from Abu Hurayrah. He said to him: “Are you married?” and he said, “Yes.”
This was also narrated by al-Bukhaari from Jaabir. 

Al-Diraayah fi Takhreej Ahaadeeth al-Hidaayah, 2/96. 

These ahaadeeth when taken together make us certain that when Maa’iz was stoned,
he was married. 

Maa’iz was not stoned because he frequently committed the sin of zina; there is no
evidence to indicate that Maa’iz was one of those who frequently commit zina. 

The previously-married person who commits zina deserves to be stoned, whether he
got married and divorced, or his wife passed away, or he is still married. 

There is no difference between one who commits zina once and one who commits this
sin repeatedly. Whoever has been previously married must be stoned. In the case of one who has not been previously married, the hadd punishment is
one hundred lashes and exile for one year. 

And Allaah knows best.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Dyeing the hair brown and blond


Is it permissible for a woman to dye her hair blond?.

Praise be to Allaah.

There is no report of the Prophet (peace and blessings
of Allaah be upon him) forbidding dyeing the hair any colour except black.
There is nothing wrong with a woman dyeing her hair any other colour – brown
or blond or any other, so long as by doing so she is not imitating kaafir
women or immoral women. 

Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him)
was asked about the ruling on a woman dyeing her hair any colour other than
black, such as brown or blond? 

He replied: 

The basic principle is that this is permissible, so long as
it does not lead to resembling kaafir women or immoral women, because that
is haraam. End quote. 

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