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September, 2011

  • 21 September

    Following a sequence in pelting, shaving the head and Qurbaani

    Q: Is it necessary for a person performing Hajj to follow a specific sequence in pelting the jamaraat, shaving one’s head and performing Qurbaani? A: It is waajib for the Haaji to first pelt the jamara and thereafter shave his head. If he is a Mutamatti or Qaarin then he …

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  • 21 September

    Wearing Gloves in the state of Ihraam

    Q: Is it permissible for men to wear gloves in the state of Ihraam? If not will damm become waajib? A: It is impermissible for men to wear gloves in the state of Ihraam. If a man wore gloves in the state of Ihraam for an entire day or night (i.e …

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  • 21 September

    Ihraam for one proceeding to Madinah Munawwarah

    Q: Is it necessary for a person to tie his Ihraam before reaching Jeddah if his intention is to first proceed to Madinah Munawwarah? A: It is not necessary for a person to tie his Ihraam before reaching Jeddah if his intention is to first proceed to Madinah Munawwarah. ( …

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  • 21 September

    Passing the miqaat without ihraam

    Q: What is the shar’ee ruling in the case where a person passed the miqaat without tying the ihraam? A: One damm becomes waajib upon him. If he returns to the miqaat and ties the ihraam then the damm will fall off. N.B: This law applies to a person performing …

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  • 20 September

    Using soap or shampoo in ihraam

    Q: Is it permissible to use soap or shampoo in Ihraam? A: It is impermissible for one in the state of ihraam to use shampoo or perfumed or scented soap. If a person used shampoo or perfumed or scented soap once or twice then sadaqah becomes waajib on him. If …

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