ANSWER: No problem. The udhiya (Sacrifice) can be offered during the four days of Eid (10, 11, 12 & 13) before the sunset of the 13th.Read more
As we know, one should not cut hair and nails during first ten days in dhul hijja who are sacrificing animals. I am not sure my husband exactly when cut his nails. If he cut during first 10days of jil hajj, what should we do now as we are sacrificing animals on Eid ul azha.We forget that we should not cut our nails and hair. What to do now to accept our qurbani?
ANSWER: If a person cuts it deliberately he is sinful although this does not impact the validity of his sacrifice. There is nothing on you if you forgot.Read more
ANSWER: If the other family members are not offering udhiya, they don’t have to refrain from all of that.Read more
ANSWER: First thirteen days of Dhul Hijjah. Praise be to Allaah. Firstly – The virtue of Takbeer The first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah are venerated days. Allaah swore by them in His Book, and swearing by a thing is indicative of its importance and great benefit. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “By the dawn; […]Read more
I live in Hongkong and the 9th day of Dhul hijjah (Arafah) will be on 21~8~2018 here In sha Allah but on the same date Saudi Arabia will be celebrating Eid. I know Muslims are not allowed to fast on the day of Eid. So whom should I follow saudi Arabia or Hk time table ? I’m confuse how can be the day of arafah be different.
You must follow your local people and observe the day of arafah and eid according to the authorized local Islamic authorities, regardless of Saudi Arabia.Read more
ANSWER: Including the Prophet (salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam) in your Qurbani is an innovation as he is already credited whenever his Ummah follows the Sunnah. No problem in including the deceased in your own sacrifice. can we give kurbani on behalf of dead people?Read more
ANSWER: 1. Including the Prophet (salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam) in your Qurbani is an innovation as he is already credited whenever his Ummah follows the Sunnah. 2. No problem in this, however, only one sacrifice is sufficient for the whole family living under one roof and eating from the same kitchen. 3. This is permissible but […]Read more
ANSWER: The most authentic opinion is that it is mandatory upon people who can afford it.Read more
ANSWER: A goat can’t be shared. It can only be on behalf on one individual and those living under his roof.Read more
ANSWER: It is permissible to include your parents names in your sacrifice. There is no need to sacrifice something special for them.Read more