Q: Assalamu-alaikum Imam,
I was wondering what Islam says about puting flowers pins or flower headbands on top of ones hijab, just like one would do with their hair?
Time: Monday May 30, 2011 at 2:31 pm Continue reading
Category Archives: Hijab
Q: Salamo alekom,
I live in Egypt and i’m 25 years old.
I’ve already read on the website the colorful Hijab is ok and not haram. Could you plz send me the proof of this from sunnah or maybe any strong hadith that allows colorful hijab?
The reason why i’m asking is because i like colors and wear a colorful hijab all the time, i don’t stick to one dark color!
Time: Sunday April 24, 2011 at 12:46 pm Continue reading
Q: asalamwalaikum….i want to ask that is covering our face with naqab is compulsary or can we jst wear a scarf?????without naqab…plz reply me
Time: Thursday December 9, 2010 at 12:15 am Continue reading
Q: As Salaamu Alaikum Warahmatullah Wabarakatuh,
I was wondering if being a surrogate for another couple who can not have a child be allowed in islam.
Time: Tuesday November 9, 2010 at 4:16 pm Continue reading
Q: A one word answer would be fine. I know you have major time issuess. You just never answer. Am i blocked. What did i do now?????? now you knowing that, 1) Can a woman wear sandals that xpose her feet? Age is 15. 2) Can her brother tear up the sandals. (email)
Q: How would adoption work in the United States by an Islamic couple? Adoption is a common practice among Judeo-Christian faiths but from my knowledge, Muslims today seem to be cautious to adopt because of the complications it may cause. For example the child is not considered muhrim to the other family members and therefore he/she should not be left alone with family members of the opposite gender. It seems sad that because of these restrictions children don’t have the opportunity to be raised in an Islamic household. Of course foster parenting is always an option but it is generally only a short term solution until they may be placed with an adoptive family. In what instances would you recommend adoption? I realize that the prophet adopted a son, which is one of the reasons it is so appealing to me, however, current adoption systems don’t really favor that style of adoption making it difficult. How could a modern Muslim family make this work practically?
Time: Sunday July 4, 2010 at 7:40 pm Continue reading