Monday, 31 October 2011

Ruling on looking at adorned women deliberately and otherwise


What is the ruling on looking at adorned women deliberately and otherwise?.

Praise be to Allaah.

Looking deliberately is not permitted, because Allaah says
(interpretation of the meaning): 

“Tell the believing men to lower their gaze (from looking
at forbidden things), and protect their private parts (from illegal sexual
acts). That is purer for them”

[al-Noor 24:30]. 

Allaah has made the eye the mirror of the heart. If a person
lowers his gaze, then his heart controls his desire and will, but if he lets
his gaze wander freely, then his heart will give free rein to his desire. In
al-Saheeh it is narrated that on the Day of Sacrifice, al-Fadl ibn
‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) set off from Muzdalifah to Mina,
and some women passed by and al-Fadl started looking at them. The Messenger
of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) turned his face
to the other side. Ibn al-Qayyim said in Rawdat al-Muhibbeen: This
shows that it is forbidden to look at non-mahram women and is a denunciation
in practical terms. If looking were permissible, he would have approved of
it. In al-Saheeh it is narrated that [the Prophet] (peace and
blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Allaah has decreed for the son of
Adam his share of zina which will inevitably come to him. The eye commits
zina and its zina is looking. The tongue commits zina and its zina is
speaking. The foot commits zina and its zina is walking. The hand commits
zina and its zina is touching. The heart longs and wishes, and the private
part confirms that or denies it.” He started with the zina of the eye
because it is the basis of the zina of the hand, foot, heart and private
part. And the zina of the mouth by kissing is implied by the reference to
the zina of the mouth by speaking. And he described the private part as
confirming that if the action is fulfilled, or denying it if it is not. He
said: This hadeeth is one of the clearest signs that the eye can sin by
looking, and that this is its zina. This is a refutation of those who permit
letting the gaze wander freely. End quote. 

As for looking unintentionally, one will not be punished for
that if the heart did not intend it, but if he follows it with another look,
then he is sinning. Muslim, Abu Dawood, al-Tirmidhi and al-Nasaa’i narrated
that Jareer (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: I asked the Messenger of
Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) about an accidental
look and he commanded me to avert my gaze. Al-Tirmidhi said: This is a
saheeh hasan hadeeth. Ahmad, Abu Dawood and al-Tirmidhi narrated from
Buraydah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that he said: The Messenger of
Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to ‘Ali: “O
‘Ali, do not follow one look with another, for you are allowed the former
but you are not allowed the latter.” Al-Tirmidhi said: Hasan ghareeb. These
two hadeeth indicate that if a person averts his gaze immediately, then
there is no sin on him, but if he persists in looking then he is sinning. In
Bab Nazr al-Faja’ah wa ma kuriha min al-Nazr in Kitaab al-Wara’
by Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal, there is a report from Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Muhammad
al-Marwadhi which says: I said to Abu ‘Abd-Allaah (i.e., Imam Ahmad): A man
has repented and says: Even if my back were struck with a whip I would not
sin, but he could not stop looking. He said: What repentance is this? Jareer
said: I asked the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be
upon him) about an accidental look and he commanded me to avert my gaze. End quote.

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She used to do the secret habit and did not do ghusl but she fasted and prayed


I hope that you can advise me about my situation that I have researched a great deal but I have not found any answer and I am living in a state of constant anxiety. I hope that you can advise me. 

When I was young, I did the secret habit (masturbation) from the age of 12 and I did not know what it meant or even what it was. At the age of 14 I found out that it was that bad secret habit, but I did not know the ruling on it; I only knew that it was serious and that it causes diseases. At that age I did not pray, but I used to fast without praying. 

At the age of 15, I began to pray and fast and I stopped listening to music, but I still did the secret habit and did not know the ruling on it; if I did it I did not do ghusl and I used to pray and fast after that. I did it twice during the day in Ramadan, I am not sure.

At the age of 18, I read in a book that it is haraam and that ghusl is required after it, but I could not repent from it and I carried on doing it even after getting married. But now I have repented sincerely to Allah and I am 27 years old. 

My question is: what is the ruling on what I did and what should I do? 

What is the ruling on my fasting and prayers when I used to do it and did not do ghusl, then I would pray? What is the ruling on my fast and what is the expiation for what I did? What is the ruling on the two days on which I did this habit in the day in Ramadan and what is the expiation?.

Praise be to Allaah.


Masturbation, or what is called the secret habit, is haraam
because of the evidence which has been explained in the answer to question
number 329. If climax is reached
as a result, it is obligatory to do ghusl (full ablution). 

There is no particular expiation for masturbation, but it is
obligatory to repent from it, by giving it up, regretting having done it and
resolving not to go back to it. 


If doing the secret habit is accompanied by climax, then this
invalidates the fast and prayer is not valid unless you do ghusl. 

If it was not accompanied by climax, then your prayer and
fasting are valid. 


If a person masturbates and is ignorant of the ruling that it
is obligatory to do ghusl afterwards and that it invalidates the fast, does
he have to make up the prayer and the fast? There is a difference of opinion
among the fuqaha’ concerning that, but the majority are of the view that it
is obligatory to make them up. Some scholars are of the view that it is not
obligatory. See the answer to question number

In order to be on the safe side, you should make up the fast
of those two days, if climax was reached. 

With regard to prayer, you should do a lot of naafil prayers
and righteous deeds, but we do not think that you are obliged to make them


You should know that there are signs of reaching puberty and
that a girl may reach puberty before the age of 15, if she starts to
menstruate or if any of the other signs of puberty appear. For more
information on that, please see the answer to question number
20475 and

What happened to you emphasises the importance of seeking
Islamic knowledge, which is something that is easy to do nowadays, praise be
to Allah. 

We ask Allah to guide us and you and make us steadfast. 

And Allah knows best.

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Ruling on smoking the argileh or shisha – and a discussion on its harmful effects


Is shisha [water pipe, also known as hookah or hubble-bubble] haraam? What if a person does not use any kind of tobacco; rather he uses rosewater? Is it still haraam?.

Praise be to Allaah.


There is no doubt that smoking is one of the worst poisons
that many people are very keen to consume, not caring about the diseases
that it causes, which lead to death in many cases. The World Health
Organisation stated, in its 2008 report, that smoking tobacco kills 5.4
million people every year, i.e., approximately 14,000 people every day.
Unless urgent measures are taken, tobacco will kill ten million people
annually by the year 2020. 

In the answer to questions no.
7432 and
10922, we have explained that
it is haraam to cultivate, deal in and consume this evil plant. 


The tobacco – as well as jiraak (something similar to
tobacco) and mu‘assal (mild, flavoured tobacco) – which are smoked in the
shisha are no different from regular cigarette tobacco that is rolled up in
papers; in fact it contains bad ingredients that are not found in
cigarettes. It says on the website of the Bahrain Anti-Smoking Society: 

Components of shisha: 

These components are no different from the components of
cigarette tobacco and its smoke, as it contains no less than four thousand
toxic substances, the most significant of which are: nicotine, carbon
monoxide, tar, heavy metals, radioactive substances, carcinogens,
agricultural chemicals, insecticides and many other toxic substances. 

Some tobacco companies claim that all or most of the tar is
removed from shisha tobacco. A number of flavouring substances, the
components of which are not known, are also added to shisha tobacco, the
extent of the harmful effects of which we do not know. What is said about
smoking by means of the shisha or narghileh with tobacco or jiraak or
mu‘assal being free of danger is not true at all. A four-year study in the
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has proven that mu‘assal is in fact pure tobacco
with a large amount of dyes, colours and flavourings that have been mixed
without any attention to health regulations, and it proved that it causes
various kinds of disease and cancer. 

Jiraak contains 15% tobacco, mixed with honey, fruits and
chemical additives that are cooked and fermented. 

End quote. 


Some naive people think that consuming this plant by means of
the arghileh or shisha is permissible (halaal), because the smoke passes
through the water of the arghileh pipe. But this is far from correct.
Experts say: 

One session of smoking the
arghileh is equivalent to smoking at least ten cigarettes.

Partial burning of the mu‘assal
increases the toxic substances in the arghileh.

Use of the arghileh by a number
of people increases the transmission of contagious diseases between them.

Water does not filter out the
toxic carcinogenic substances contained in arghileh tobacco. 

On the website of the Bahrain Anti-Smoking Society it says: 

Many people believe that smoking shisha is less serious than
smoking cigarettes, because of the prevalent belief that when the smoke
passes through the water in the shisha pipe, it removes harmful substances
from the smoke and thus reduces the harm that results from smoking shisha.
The error of this notion has been proven by means of analysing the smoke
that comes out of the mouth of the shisha smoker, which has been shown to
contain the same harmful and carcinogenic substances that are present in
cigarette smoke. Studies have also proven that smoking shisha: 

Causes addiction

Reduces lung function and
causes emphysema and chronic bronchitis, which limits the person’s ability
to engage in any physical exertion.

It leads to cancer of the lung,
mouth, oesophagus and stomach.

It leads to a high
concentration of carbon monoxide in the blood.

It leads to a decrease in
fertility in both males and females.

It contributes to an increase
in the spread of pulmonary tuberculosis in shisha users.

In women who smoke shisha
during pregnancy, it leads to lower birth weight in the foetus; it also
exposes the foetus to respiratory disease in the future or to sudden crib
death after birth.

Offensive odours are spread
when exhaling and on one’s clothing. And it has other effects such as making
the voice hoarse, causing reddening in the eyes, and leading to the
appearance of wrinkles in the skin and face, especially at an early age.

This is in addition to the fact
that smoking shisha is regarded as one of the primary contaminants of air in
homes and near coffee shops where there are a large number of smokers. 

End quote from the website. 

Hence the prohibition of using tobacco by means of the
arghileh or shisha is definite. 

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem (may Allah have mercy on him)
was asked about the difference between smoking a regular, rolled-up
cigarette and smoking jiraak in the shisha and so on. 

The shaykh (may Allah have mercy on him) responded by stating
that smoking is haraam, then he said: 

Once this is proven, it makes no difference whether it is
smoked in a regular cigarette or by some other means, such as this foul
shisha, and whether the tobacco is smoked in a pure form or mixed with other
things like the jiraak. It is still mixed an evil mix. Names do not change
facts; if something haraam is mixed with something else, it is still haraam.
In the hadeeth it says: “At the end of time there will be people who drink
alcohol and call it by some other name.”

Narrated by Ahmad; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in
al-Saheehah, 414. 

Fataawa al-Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem

The scholars of the Standing Committee said: 

Shisha, narghileh and smoking are all evil actions and are
haraam, because of the harm they cause to one’s body and wealth. Allah, may
He be exalted, said, describing our Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace of
Allah be upon him): “he allows them as lawful At‑Tayyibaat (i.e. all good
and lawful as regards things, deeds, beliefs, persons and foods), and
prohibits them as unlawful Al‑Khabaa’ith (i.e. all evil and unlawful as
regards things, deeds, beliefs, persons and foods)” [al-A‘raaf 7:157].
It is proven that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him)
said: “There should be neither harm nor reciprocating harm.” So it is not
permissible to use these things or to sell them or to distribute them. 

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn ‘Abd-Allah Aal al-Shaykh; Shaykh
‘Abd-Allah ibn Ghadyaan; Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan; Shaykh Bakr Abu Zayd 

Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah,


With regard to your question about using shisha without
putting any tobacco and using only rosewater instead, this is something that
we do not know of and we cannot imagine that it exists. What is the
combustible substance? What are you going to inhale?  The ruling on a thing
is to be based on the way it is understood, so we hope that you will explain
this matter. 

And Allah knows best.


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She has committed sin and wants to repent


I am married and my husband treats me very well. I got to know a girl at work and I did not have any other friend apart from her because I live in the West. I got very attached to her to the extent that she led me to engage in lesbianism. I regret it and after every prayer I ask Allah to accept my repentance. Even though my husband satisfies my sexual desire, I grow weak every time and go to her. My husband does not know about this. In order to punish myself I wanted to tell him, but I look at him and I cannot do it. I have not given up prayer, in the hope that my Lord will guide me. I am very aware of my sin and I weep a great deal in hope that my Lord will forgive me. But I return to the sin. I was pregnant and had a miscarriage, and I know that this is because Allah is angry with me. Please help me. I want to resolve not to go back to it. Is there any forgiveness for me? Is there any hadd punishment due on me? Is my prayer acceptable?.

Praise be to Allaah.

We ask Allah to guide you and accept your repentance. 

We advise you not to tell your husband about this matter and
strive to repent from it and give it up. 

Always bear in mind that Allah is watching you and can see
what you are doing at all times. This is most likely to make you feel shy
before Him and venerate Him. 

You should always remember death and the Hereafter and the
Reckoning. If a person remembers death a great deal he will inevitably
prepare for it by doing righteous deeds and repenting from sin. 

Cut off all ties with this girl immediately. If you can move
from that job, that is essential. Continuing the relationship between you
means that there is no repentance and that the sin will continue. 

Rather we tell you: if you can move from that city
altogether, then do that and do not hesitate. 

There is no remedy for this disease except keeping away from
that girl altogether. 

As for your prayer being accepted, that is up to Allah, but
be wary of giving up prayer; rather you should strive to do a great deal of
it and to read Qur'aan, in the hope that this may be a means of Allah
accepting your repentance and guiding you. 

Listen to lectures and exhortations by well-known scholars
and daa’iyahs who are known for their trustworthiness, religious commitment,
sincerity and knowledge. Think about how Allah is forbearing towards you.
How can He be forbearing when you are persisting in disobeying Him? If He so
willed, He could punish you for this sin and you would have a bad end. Think
about how Allah has concealed your sin. What would you do if your husband
and other people found out what you are doing; it would be a big scandal.
How would your life be after that? So hasten to repent before Allah hastens
your death or punishment, in which case regret would be to no avail. 

The gate of repentance is open and Allah accepts the
repentant slave and rejoices over him; He forgives him and accepts his
repentance no matter what his sin. The one who repent from sin is like one who did not sin at all. 

We ask Allah to guide you.

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Wednesday, 26 October 2011

The punishment for zina (fornication, adultery) and how to keep oneself from going back to it


The problem is that I am a young man of thirty years of age. I got to know a girl who is nineteen years old who used all kinds of means to get to know me and get close to me. Without much talk or discussion, she went with me to my flat and I had intercourse with her dozens of times. There was a moment when I felt that I was about to die and I wanted to repent. I went to my father and asked him to get me married, and in fact I got married to a righteous girl from a respectable family. My main aim in marriage was to seek a woman who was religiously-committed, and this is what happened, for she is religious and is the daughter of a respected shaykh. 

But my problem has become worse. Despite the fact that I have been successfully married – in everyone else’s eyes – for over a year and a half, I suddenly realized that I still feel love for the first girl with whom I had intercourse, and I am not able to leave her. Since I got married, I have not touched her or gone near her, but not a day goes by without me getting in touch with her by phone, and I do not want to hide from you the fact that I masturbate with my hand while I am speaking to her on the phone. I feel as if I am trapped by this girl and now she is not after me as much as I am after her. When we meet I feel scared to touch her, because I fear going back to zina. 

My problem is simply psychological, which is how to discipline [?] myself and convince myself to keep away from this girl for once and for all, even though my wife is more beautiful than her and is better and she does everything she can to keep me chaste. Hence I despair of myself and I do not know how to sort myself out, despite the fact that everyone around me describes me as being good-hearted, loving good for people, shedding tears for the calamities and needs that befall people; they say that I try harder to do good for people than they do themselves, happily and willingly, and without them knowing about that, following the words of the Messenger of Allaah, “A man who gives in charity and conceals it so that his left hand does not know what his right hand is giving.”

 Please help me to that I can be content with myself and be a righteous person.

Praise be to Allaah.


We ask Allaah to relieve your distress and that of everyone
who is distressed. From your question we may note the following: 

1 – The fact that you have cut off the route to the Shaytaan,
and are preventing him from continuing to tempt you, by getting married is
something commendable, which points – in sha Allaah – to the goodness in
your heart. 

2 – In order for you to be sincere towards your Lord in your
repentance, and so that Allaah may change your bad deeds (sayi’aat) into
good deeds (hasanaat), you have to stop thinking about the first woman. Do
not follow in the footsteps of the Shaytaan, and do not get carried away
thinking about her, let alone speaking to her on the telephone, let alone
meeting her, let alone doing anything that is more serious than that. 

3 – Since it was thinking of death that led you to leave the
first woman and get married, you should never stop thinking of it. This is
the best advice a person may be given, whether he is falling short in
obeying Allaah, or he is doing something that earns the wrath of Allaah.
This is what gives the one who is falling short the motive to strive,
because when death comes, good deeds are no longer recorded. It also gives
the one who is doing evil actions the motive to stop and give them up,
because a person’s deeds are judged according to his last deeds. It is
sufficient for you to think of one thing: what if Allaah were to take your
soul when you were masturbating while talking to this woman? What if Allaah
were to take your soul when you were having unlawful intercourse with her? 

My brother, think about it. Do you want to come out of your
grave on the day when mankind is resurrected, holding onto your private
part? Do you not see the great difference between this and between being
resurrected prostrating or reciting the Talbiyah (as on Hajj or ‘Umrah) or
remembering Allaah? 

4 – The way in which you describe yourself makes us feel that
there is much that is good in you, so beware of losing the reward for this
goodness by having a bad end. Beware of depriving yourself of the reward for
these virtues by committing such a major sin that will bring the wrath of
your Lord upon you.  

5 – You have no excuse for this relationship, for you are
married to a woman who – as you say – is more beautiful and is better than
the first one, so why not thank Allaah for giving you a halaal means of
satisfying your desires? Why are you not content with that which Allaah has
decreed for you of permissible things? 

Your sin in doing these haraam deeds is worse than if you
were not married. You are not single, rather Allaah has blessed you with the
means of satisfying your desires in a permissible way. So whenever the
Shaytaan makes you think of her (the first woman), go to your wife and seek
refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan. 

6 – We give you the best advice, which is to make du’aa’. Get
up in the latter part of the night and beseech your Lord, submitting
yourself to Him and humbling yourself before His Majesty, asking Him to rid
you of the problem. Turn to your Lord and call upon Him, for He is the best
One to be asked – may He be glorified – and He does not turn away His slaves
if they are sincere. 

7 – Do you know that by thinking of this girl, getting in
touch with her and meeting her, the Shaytaan may cause you to fall into that
which you did before? I hope that you will not be over-confident and think
that you will be able to resist, for the one who is ruled by his desires is
weak, and whoever walks for a few steps with the Shaytaan will walk with him
to the end. But you should know that you are incurring the wrath of the
Compeller (al-Jabbaar) and that you are committing one of the gravest acts
of disobedience against Allaah after shirk. 

Imaam Ahmad (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: I do not
know of any sin after murder that is worse than zina, and he quoted as
evidence the hadeeth of ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Mas’ood who said: “O Messenger of
Allaah, which sin is the worst?” He said, “Setting up a rival to Allaah when
He is the One Who created you.” [‘Abd-Allaah] said: “Then what?” He said,
“Killing your child for fear that he may eat with you.” [‘Abd-Allaah] said,
“Then what?” He said, “Committing adultery with your neighbour’s wife.” And
confirmation of that was revealed in the Qur’aan: 

“And 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”

[al-Furqaan 25:68] 

You must also understand the effects that zina has on the
soul (or on one’s psyche). Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him)

Zina encompasses all the characteristics of evil: lack of
religious commitment, loss of piety, loss of chivalry, lack of protective
jealousy (gheerah). You will not find any adulterer who is pious, or keeps
his promises, or speaks truthfully, or is a good friend, or has complete
protective jealousy towards his family. Treachery, lying, betrayal, lack of
modesty, lack of awareness that Allaah is always watching, lack of chivalry,
loss of protective jealousy from the heart – these are the effects and
implications of zina. 

One of the effects of zina is that it earns the wrath of
Allaah because His sacred limits are transgressed. If a man were to do such
a thing to any king, he would meet the direst consequences. Another effect
of zina is the darkening of the face, and the grimness and misert of face
that are apparent to other people. Another effect of zina is darkness of the
heart and the extinguishing of its light, which is what causes the
extinguishing of light in the face and the darkening thereof. Another effect
of zina is the poverty that it leads to. Another effect of zina is the loss
of respect towards the one who does it, and the lowering of his status in
the eyes of his Lord and in the eyes of His slaves. Another effect of zina
is that is causes him to lose the best of attributes, namely chastity,
goodness and righteousness, and it earns him their opposites, namely
immorality, evildoing, adultery and betrayal. Another effect of zina is that
it causes him to lose the title of believer, as it was narrated in
al-Saheehayn that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be
upon him) said: “No adulterer is a believer at the moment when he is
committing adultery.” Another of the effects of zina is that it exposes one
to the possibility of being one of the inhabitants of the oven (tannoor) in
which the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) saw the
adulterers and adulteresses. Another of the effects of zina is that it takes
away the goodness which Allaah described as the attribute of those who are
chaste, and replaces it with the evil which Allaah described as the
attribute of the adulterers, as Allaah says (interpretation of the

“Bad statements are for bad people (or bad women for bad
men) and bad people for bad statements (or bad men for bad women). Good
statements are for good people (or good women for good men) and good people
for good statements (or good men for good women)”

[al-Noor 24:26] 

Allaah has forbidden Paradise to every evil person, and He
has made Paradise the abode of the good, and no one will enter it but those
who are good. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“Those whose lives the angels take while they are in a
pious state (i.e. pure from all evil, and worshipping none but Allaah Alone)
saying (to them): Salaamun ‘Alaykum (peace be on you) enter you Paradise,
because of that (the good) which you used to do (in the world)”

[al-Nahl 16:32] 

“and its keepers will say: Salaamun ‘Alaykum (peace be
upon you)! You have done well, so enter here to abide therein”

[al-Zumar 39:73] 

So they will deserve the greeting of the angels and admission
to Paradise because of their goodness. But the adulterers are among the most
evil of creation, and Allaah has made Hell the abode of evil and its people.
When the Day of Resurrection comes, the evil will be distinct from the good,
and the evil will be piled up together, then it and its people will be
thrown into Hell. No one who is good will enter Hell and no one who is evil
will enter Paradise. Another of the effects of zina is the sense of
alienation which Allaah instills in the heart of the adulterer, and this is
like the alienation that shows on his face. For the one who is chaste has
sweetness in his face and contentment in his heart, and whoever sits with
him feels at ease with him. But the adulterer has signs of alienation in his
face and whoever sits with him will feel uneasy. Another of the effects of
zina is lack of respect, as his family, friends and others lose respect for
him, and he becomes the most despicable thing in their sight; this is in
contrast to the chaste person, who is blessed with dignity and sweetness.
Another of the effects of zina is that people will regard him as a traitor
and no one will trust him with regard to his wife or child. Another of the
effects of zina is the foul odour that will emanate from him and be detected
by everyone who has a sound heart; it will emanate from his mouth and body,
and were it not for the fact that there are all the people have a similar
odour, that smell would spread far and wide. 

Another of the effects of zina is that he will feel uneasy
and distressed, for adulterers are doing the opposite of what they are
seeking. Whoever seeks the enjoyment and good things of life by means of
that which Allaah has forbidden, Allaah will punish him by letting him get
the opposite of that which he is trying to achieve. For that which is with
Allaah can only be attained by obeying Him, and Allaah never makes
disobedience towards Him the means of attaining anything good. If the
immoral person only knew what delight, happiness, ease and good living there
is in chastity, he would realize that the delights that he has missed out on
are many times greater than those which he may have enjoyed, let alone the
consequences in the Hereafter, when the chaste person will attain the reward
of Allaah and will be honoured by Him. Another of the effects of zina is
that he has exposed himself to missing out on the delights of al-hoor
al-‘iyn in the beautiful abodes of the Garden of Eden (Jannaat ‘Adan). We
have stated above that Allaah will punish those who wear silk in this world
by depriving them of it on the Day of Resurrection, and He will punish those
who drink wine in this world by depriving them of it on the Day of
Resurrection. Similarly, those who enjoy forbidden images in this world will
also be deprived of such in the Hereafter. Indeed, everything that a person
gets in this world, if he indulges in it by permissible means, his share of
it on the Day of Resurrection will be reduced to the extent that he indulged
in it. And if he got it from haraam sources, he will lose out on it
altogether on the Day of Resurrection. Another of the effects of zina is
that zina leads to cutting the ties of kinship, disobedience towards
parents, haraam earnings, mistreating others, neglect of one's wife and
children, and it may even lead a person to shed blood unlawfully. He may
seek help to commit zina by means of sihr (witchcraft) and shirk, and he may
or not know that this sin inevitably includes other sins committed
beforehand or alongside it, and that it leads to other kinds of sins that
come after it. It is surrounded by a host of other sins that come before and
after. It is the thing that is most likely to bring about evil in this world
and the Hereafter, and the most likely to prevent good in this world and in
the Hereafter. If a person falls into its traps and snares, it will be hard
for sincere people to save him and for doctors to treat him; its prisoner
cannot easily be ransomed, and its victim cannot be rescued. It also leads
to the loss of blessings. If a person falls into this trap, let him bid
farewell to the blessings of Allaah, for blessings may easily depart from a
person and vanish. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): 

“That is so because Allaah will never change a grace which
He has bestowed on a people until they change what is in their ownselves.
And verily, Allaah is All-Hearer, All‑Knower”

[al-Anfaal 8:53]

 “But when Allaah wills a people’s punishment, there can
be no turning back of it, and they will find besides Him no protector”

[al-Ra’d 13:10]

 These are some of the harmful effects of this action.

 Rawdat al-Muhibbeen,
p. 360-363

 We advise you to read a book by Ibn al-Qayyim which is very
useful with regard to this topic. It is al-Jawaab al-Kaafi li man sa’ala
‘ala al-Dawaa’ al-Shaafi.

 Finally, we ask Allaah to keep you safe and sound with
regard to your religious commitment and your worldly affairs, and to help
you put your affairs in order before you meet your Lord. And Allaah is the
Guide to the Straight Path.

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Why adultery, gambling and the flesh of swine are haraam


Why are adultery, gambling, eating the
flesh of swine forbidden in Islam or consedered "haram"?

Even though we find it strange that a Muslim would ask
such a question about matters which are so clear and undisputed, the answer is simply that
these things are haraam because Allaah, Whom we must obey, has forbidden them. He tells us
in the Qur’aan (interpretation of the meanings):

“And come not near to unlawful sexual intercourse. Verily, it
is a faahishah (a great sin) and an evil way.” [al-Israa’ 17:32]

“He has forbidden you only the maytatah (dead animals), and blood,
and the flesh of swine…” [al-Baqarah 2:173]

“O you who believe! Intoxicants, gambling, al-ansaab [stone altars
for sacrifice to false gods], and al-azlaam (arrows for seeking luck or decision) are an
abomination of Shaytaan’s handiwork. So avoid (strictly all) that (abomination) in
order that you may be successful.

Shaytaan wants only to excite enmity and hatred between you with
intoxicants and gambling, and hinder you from the remembrance of Allaah and from
al-salaah. So, will you not then abstain?” [al-Maa’idah 5:90-91]

So we must avoid all that which Allaah has forbidden, out of faith in
His laws, in the hope of His reward and in fear of His punishment. We must also believe
that Allaah does not forbid anything in Islamic sharee’ah except that which is
harmful and corrupt, whether we understand this rationally or not, because He says
(interpretation of the meaning):

“And no, by your Lord, they can have no Faith, until they make
you (O Muhammad) judge in all disputes between them, and find in themselves no resistance
against your decisions, and accept (them) with full submission.” [al-Nisaa’

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Abortion of a foetus resulting from a zina relationship


Is it permissible for a woman who has committed immoral actions to abort the foetus?

Praise be to

The efforts and ijtihaad of
the fuqaha’ have focused on abortion in general terms, and the rulings
on that and the consequences that may follow. They have not gone into
details concerning cases where the pregnancy results from immorality.
This may be because they consider that to come under the same ruling
as abortion of a pregnancy resulting from a proper marriage. If abortion
of a pregnancy resulting from a proper marriage is haraam under normal
circumstances, then it is even more so in cases where the pregnancy
results from immorality, because permitting abortion of pregnancy which
results from immorality would encourage evil actions and the spread
of immorality. One of the basic principles of Islam is that it forbids
immorality and all the ways that lead to it, e.g., it forbids tabarruj
(wanton display of one’s charms) and free mixing (of men and women). 

In addition, an innocent foetus
which has committed no sin should not be sacrificed because of a sin
committed by someone else. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“No one laden with burdens
can bear another’s burden”

[al-Israa’ 17:15] 

It is known that the Messenger
of Allaah

(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) sent the Ghaamidi woman
who was pregnant as a result of zinaa away until she gave birth, then
after the birth he sent her away until she had breastfed the child and
weaned him. She came back with the child who had a piece of bread. The

(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) gave the child to one of
the Muslims, then he gave orders that she should be placed in a hole
up to her chest, and commanded the people to stone her. Imaam al-Nawawi
said concerning this hadeeth: “A pregnant woman should not be stoned
until she gives birth, whether her pregnancy is the result of zina or
otherwise. This is agreed upon, lest her foetus be killed. The same
applies if her hadd punishment is flogging; a pregnant woman should
not be flogged, according to consensus, until she has given birth.”
(Saheeh Muslim bi Sharh al-Nawawi, 11/202) 

This incident shows us the
extent to which Islam is concerned with the foetus, even if it is the
result of zina: the Prophet

(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) delayed the carrying out
of the hadd punishment on the mother in order to save the life
of the foetus. 

Can it be imagined that the
Lawgiver would permit killing the foetuses by abortion in order to fulfil
the wishes of those who follow their whims and desires? 

Furthermore, those who say
that abortion is permitted within the first forty days of a legitimate
pregnancy based their ijtihaad on a concession, like not fasting in
Ramadaan for those who have valid excuses, or shortening the four-rak’ah
prayers whilst travelling, but it is stated in sharee’ah that concessions
cannot be connected to sins.  

Imaam al-Quraafi said: “With
regard to sins, they cannot be taken as reasons for concessions. Hence
one who is travelling for the purpose of sin cannot shorten his prayers
or break his fast, because the reason for doing these is travelling,
but in this case the reason for travelling is to commit sin, so the
concession does not apply, because granting a concession on the basis
of sin will encourage people to sin further.” (al-Furooq, 2/33) 

Similarly, the basic principles
of Islamic sharee’ah do not give the same concessions to a woman who
is pregnant as a result of zinaa as are given to a woman who is pregnant
as a result of proper marriage, lest that help her in her sin, and it
does not make it easy for her to get rid of the results of her evil

In addition, the foetus in the case of
zinaa has no guardian, because according to sharee’ah the title of father
can only be given to the one who has a child from a woman in a proper
marriage. This is part of the meaning of the hadeeth: “The child goes
to the owner of the bed and the adulterer gets nothing but the stones
(despair, i.e. to be stoned to death).” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari and
Muslim). The guardian of the foetus in such cases is the sultan or ruler
– the one who is in charge of the Muslims’ affairs – for he is the guardian
of those who have no guardian. The way in which the ruler disposes of
people’s affairs is based on the interests of the people, and there
is no interest to be served in destroying the soul of the foetus in
order to preserve the mother’s interests, because that would involve
encouraging her and others to persist in this evil action. 

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Punishment of one who carries alcohol and delivers it to someone else


I am a man working in a foreign country. Alhamdulillah I have a good job. Someone came yesterday to visit the company and brought gifts for me and my manager and to a person working with me. The gifts were bottles of wine, may Allah protect us from it. I refused totally to accept such gifts, but he asked me to take them and just give them to my manager and the other person, knowing that none of them was there in the company that time. This guest could not go himself to give it to them. So I took them upstairs, and by Allah I was really scared. Please tell me the Islamic ruling on this; does the Hadeeth of (May Allah curse who drinks wine and who carries it, etc.) apply to me? By Allah I am very regretful.

Praise be to Allaah.

It is haraam to drink alcohol or to sell it, carry it or help
with it in any way whatsoever, because Allaah says (interpretation of the

“O you who believe! Intoxicants (all kinds of alcoholic
drinks), and gambling, and Al‑Ansaab (stone altars for sacrifices to idols
etc), and Al‑Azlaam (arrows for seeking luck or decision) are an abomination
of Shaytaan’s (Satan’s) handiwork. So avoid (strictly all) that
(abomination) in order that you may be successful”

[al-Maa’idah 5:90] 

Abu Dawood (3674) and Ibn Maajah (3380) narrated that Ibn
‘Umar said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be
upon him) said: “Allaah has cursed alcohol, the one who drinks it, the one
who pours it, the one who sells it, the one who buys it, the one who
squeezes (the grapes etc), the one for whom it is squeezed, the one who
carries it and the one to whom it is carried.” Classed as saheeh by
al-Albaani in Saheeh Abi Dawood. 

Al-Tirmidhi (1295) narrated that Anas ibn Maalik said: The
Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) cursed
ten with regard to alcohol: the one who squeezes (the grapes etc), the one
for whom it is squeezed, the one who drinks it, the one who carries it, the
one to whom it is carried, the one who pours it, the one who sells it and
consumes its price, the one who buys it and the one for whom it is bought.” 

You did well not to accept this evil gift. This is what the
Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) did, as
is narrated in Saheeh Muslim (1579): A man gave the Messenger of
Allaah (S) a small skin full of wine, and the Messenger of Allaah
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to him: “Do you know that
Allaah, may He be exalted, has forbidden it?” He said, No, then he whispered
to another man. The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah
be upon him) said: “What are you whispering about?” He said: I told him to
sell it. He said: “The One Who has forbidden drinking it has also forbidden
selling it.” 

But you made a mistake when you carried it and accepted it
for someone else. What you should have done is refuse to do that, and
explain to the giver that alcohol is haraam and it is haraam to help with
it, and you should not fear the blame of any blamers for the sake of

What you must do now is repent to Allaah and resolve not to
do this again. 

You have to advise your boss and those who are with you not
to drink alcohol, and to beware of it bad consequences, for it is the mother
of all evils. 

It was narrated from Jaabir (may Allaah be pleased with him)
that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon
him) said: “Allaah has made a covenant to those who drink alcohol, that He
will make them drink teenat al-khabaal.” They said, “O Messenger of
Allaah, what is teenat al-khabaal?” He said, “The sweat of the people
of Hell,” or, “The juice of the people of Hell.” Narrated by Muslim,

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

And Allaah knows best.

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He is outwardly Muslim but he rarely attends the mosque; should we think badly of him?


There is a man who claims to be a Muslim. He is from a European country and lives in a Muslim country. He rarely attends the mosque to pray, and when I say to him, “I do not see you observing the prayers on time,” he says that he prays at home. It should be noted that his residency visa and passport still show him as a Christian, but he says that he has a certificate which proves that he is a Muslim. What are our duties towards this man?.

Praise be to Allaah.


Those who claim to be Muslim should publicly practise the
rituals of Islam and adhere to its laws as much as they can. If a Muslim
claims that he is doing acts of worship such as prayer and giving zakaah, he
should be believed and what he says should be accepted. 

All we know is what people show outwardly, and our Lord has
not commanded us to look into people’s hearts, because no one can do that. 

The basic principle is that everyone who utters the
Shahaadatayn should be regarded as a Muslim, so long as he does not do
anything that nullifies his Islam. 

It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with
him) said: When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)
died and Abu Bakr was appointed as caliph, and some of the Arabs reverted to
kufr, ‘Umar said: “O Abu Bakr, how can you fight the people when the
Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
‘I have been commanded to fight the people until they say Laa ilaaha
ill-Allaah (There is no god but Allaah), and whoever says Laa ilaaha
ill-Allaah, his wealth and his life are protected from me except in cases
dictated by Islamic law, and his reckoning will be with Allaah’?” Abu Bakr
said: “By Allaah, I will most certainly fight those who separate prayer and
zakaah, for zakaah is what is due on wealth. By Allaah, if they withhold
from me a young goat that they used to give to the Messenger of Allaah
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), I will fight them for
withholding it.” ‘Umar said: “By Allaah, when I saw that Allaah had opened
Abu Bakr’s heart to the idea of fighting, I knew that he was right.” 

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6924; Muslim, 20. 

Al-Haafiz ibn Hajar (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

Al-Khattaabi said: This hadeeth indicates that whoever
appears outwardly to be a Muslim, the outward rulings of Islam apply to him,
even if he is inwardly a kaafir. 

The difference of
opinion has to do with one whose corrupt beliefs are discovered and he shows
that he has recanted; can that be accepted from him or not? As for the one
whose position is unknown, there is no dispute that the outward rulings
apply to him. End quote. 

Fath al-Baari, 12/279, 280 

Since you do not know whether this man holds any corrupt
beliefs and he has not done anything that nullifies Islam, no one has the
right to accuse him of not being a Muslim. The basic principle is that he is
as he appears to be. 

Read the following hadeeth and ponder the discussion that
took place between the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon
him) and Khaalid ibn al-Waleed (may Allaah be pleased with him): 

It was narrated that Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri (may Allaah be
pleased with him) said: A man with sunken eyes, high cheekbones, a prominent
forehead, a thick beard, a shaven head and a waist-wrapper that was tucked
up, stood up and said: “O Messenger of Allaah, fear Allaah!” The Messenger
of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Woe to
you! Am I not the most entitled of all the people of earth to fear Allaah?”
Then the man turned away. Khaalid ibn al-Waleed said: “O Messenger of
Allaah, shall I strike his neck (cut off his head)?” He said, “No, for
perhaps he prays.” Khaalid said: “How many are there who pray and say with
their tongues what is not in their hearts?” The Messenger of Allaah
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “I have not been ordered
to search people’s hearts.” 

Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 4351; Muslim, 1064 

It was narrated that ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Utbah said: I heard
‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab (may Allaah be pleased with him) say: “People used to
be judged by the wahy (revelation) at the time of the Messenger of Allaah
(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), but now the wahy has
ceased. Now we will judge you according to what we see of your outward
deeds. Whoever appears good to us, we will trust him and draw close to him,
and what is in his heart has nothing to do with us. Allaah will call him to
account for what is in his heart. And whoever appears bad to us, we will not
trust him and we will not believe him, even if he says that inwardly he is
good.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 2641. 

Undoubtedly prayer is the best of a person’s deeds, so if you
have seen him praying – even if that is only rarely – then he has shown you
that he is Muslim, so he should be trusted and believed. You should honour
this man and help him to apply the teachings of Islam and teach him the
rulings of sharee’ah, including the importance of prayers and of offering
prayer in congregation in the mosque. Show him the good attitude of Islam,
and if he is not sincere then perhaps he will be influenced and will become
sincere both outwardly and inwardly. 

And Allaah knows best.

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Is the testimony of a person who raises pigeons acceptable?


Why is not the testimony of a person who grows pigeons accepted (like carrier pigeons and other types)? I heard that once and I want to make sure of the ruling on this.

Praise be to Allaah.

There is nothing wrong with raising pigeons for the purpose
of pleasure, or to breed them for food or to sell them, or to use them for
sending messages as they were used in the past. 

As for flying them for fun and playing with them, this is
something that is regarded as blameworthy in sharee’ah, because it harms
people and may lead to the “pigeon fancier” stealing the pigeons of others,
and it wastes time in something that is of no benefit. This is the person
whose testimony the scholars said is not acceptable. 

Al-Kasaani said: 

With regard to the one who plays with pigeons, if he does not
fly them then it does not mean that he is not of good character, but if he
does fly them, that cancels out his good character, because it leads to him
looking at women uncovered (in the courtyards of their houses, from the
height to which he climbs in order to fly the pigeons) and it distracts him
from prayer and other acts of worship. End quote. 

Badaa’i’ al-Sanaa’i (6/269). 

Ibn Qudaamah said: 

The one who plays with pigeons and flies them cannot give
testimony. This is the view of ashaab al-ra’y (the Hanafis). Shurayh did not
regard the testimony of one who keeps pigeons as acceptable, because it is
foolishness and baseness and lack of chivalry; it involves annoying one’s
neighbours when he releases them and sees into their houses and throws
stones at them. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)
saw a man who was chasing a pigeon and said: “A devil chasing a she-devil.”
Narrated by Abu Dawood (4940); see also Saheeh al-Jaami’ (3724). 

If he keeps pigeons in order to raise their chicks, send
messages, or to enjoy them without that causing annoyance to others, then
his testimony is not to be rejected. 

Al-Mughni (10/172, 173). 

Ibn al-Qayyim said: 

The ruler should prevent those who play with pigeons above
people’s heads, because that leads to them looking out over them and seeing
into the private areas of their houses ( ‘awrah). End quote. 

Al-Shawkaani said: 

The words “a devil following a she-devil” indicate that it is
makrooh to play with pigeons, and that it is a kind of entertainment that is
not permissible. A number of scholars stated that it is makrooh, and it is
not far-fetched to say that it is haraam – if the hadeeth is saheeh –
because the fact that the one who does that is called a devil implies that,
and the pigeon is described as a she-devil either because it is the cause of
the man chasing it or because it does the actions of a she-devil in that it
distracts men into following it and playing with it because of its beautiful
appearance and sweet voice. End quote.  

Nayl al-Awtaar (8/106). 

And Allaah knows best.

Now days we as Muslims have to spread the voice to learn quran and so we could gain the true knowledge and the quran teaching that is give to us by our beloved prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and do quran reading. Do we as Muslim ask our self that why we are at the peak of destruction? The answer will be simple that we have left our roots the holy quran we should guide promote Islam from in our homes first and let learn our kids quran  and encourage them in doing quran memorization this should be our first goal for it we can do different stuff like let then participate in different online quran recitation competition to let them listen quran from different online quran reciters and along with it we elders should learn quran also and improve our knowledge of quran and Islam and learn holy quran tafseer because to understand and learn quran Arabic and for this now a days there are many online quran tutor available who teach tajweed quran and its translation and tafseer so let us join our hands to be the voice of Islam and let improve the image of it as well and full fill our deputy