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September, 2011

  • 20 September

    Donning the cap-purdah in the state of ihraam

    Q: What is the Shar’ee ruling with regards to a woman who covers her face in the state of ihraam? A: It is impermissible for a woman to cover her face in the state of Ihraam in such a manner that the cloth (purdah) touches her face. However, she should …

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  • 20 September

    Covering one’s feet in ihraam

    Q: What is the shar’ee ruling if a man covers his feet during ihraam? A: If a man during ihraam covers his entire feet for a complete day or a night (i.e. 12 hours) then one damm becomes waajib. If he covered his feet for less than one day or …

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  • 20 September

    The footwear of ihraam

    Q: What type of sandal or footwear should a person wear in the state of ihraam? A: In the state of Ihraam, it is necessary that the upper portion of the foot be exposed (i.e. from the place where the shoe-lace is normally tied up to the ankle) as well …

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  • 20 September

    Omitting the Tawaaf-e-Widaa due to Illness

    Q: If a person due to illness omitted the Tawaaf-e-Widaa, will damm become waajib upon him? A: If a person due to illness omitted the Tawaaf-e-Widaa, damm will not become waajib upon him. قوله ( ولا إحصار بعد ما وقف بعرفة ) فلو وقف بعرفة ثم عرض له مانع لا …

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  • 20 September

    Performing Tawaaf-e-Widaa in the State of Haidh or Nifaas

    Q: What is the shar’ee ruling regarding a woman who performed Tawaaf-e-Widaa in the state of haidh or nifaas? A: One damm becomes waajib upon her. However, if she repeats the Tawaaf-e-Widaa when she becomes pure then the damm will fall away. ( أو طاف للقدوم ) لوجوبه بالشروع ( …

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