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Isn’t God Everywhere? Isn’t Wahdatul Wajood correct?

We usually say that Allah Almighty is everywhere, he resides within us, even the Quran says "(interpretation) he is nearer to man than his aorta(shah rag)''. In this regard I want to ask does the ideology of " wahadat-ul-wujood" wrong from the basics ?

Do the children of the deceased siblings inherit from their childless uncle

Dear Ghamidi Sb., AOA,

I have a question. Zaid dies, had no children. His wife had died earlier. He had 4 brothers and 3 sisters - out of which 2 brothers and 1 sister died before him. Question is: will the kids of these 2 brothers and 1 sister get a…

A hadith from Abu Dawood presented to prove the prohibition of music

Assalam-o-alaikum!May God help you in giving precise answer.(ameen) I heard Allama Ghamidi's view on music,but some hadith come in my mind which probably prohibit music ,so I decided to ask from Allama Ghamidi.I read a hadith that said a man heard music and put fingers in ears,when he was asked why he…

Can God create a rock He cannot lift?

1)Being a Muslim ,it Is our faith that God has all abilities to do any

thing ,so is it possible for God to create so heavy rock that he can not
lift himself.?
2) please explain about this type of questions?

Rewards

Sacred day of Israelites- Friday or Saturday?

Why was Saturday chosen as a sacred day for Bani Israel, instead of Friday?

Was Khidr an angel or a man?

Asslamoalikum

Ghamdi sb has mentioned while doing tafseer of ayat # 65 of surah # 18 that Hazrat Khizar was an agnel of Almighty Allah. however it is clearly mentioned in ayat that he is a person...how can Ghamdi sb pronounce him as an angel.....i mean is there any logical reason...?

Jzak Allah Khair
Regards

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Can women do Aitikaaf in Masjid?

Assalam u alaikum, I would like to know whether women are allowed to perform atikaf in masjid and is there a specific area designated for the women where they can perform aitikaf? Jazak Allah
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Can women do Aitikaaf in Masjid?

Assalam u alaikum, I would like to know whether women are allowed to perform atikaf in masjid and is there a specific area designated for the women where they can perform aitikaf? Jazak Allah

Is the descent of Isa (as) mentioned in the Qur’an?

Peace,
In chapter 4, verse 159 of the Quran, it is said that the people of the book would believe Jesus before his death and that Jesus would be a witness against them on the day of Judgement. But Ghamidi sahib maintains that Jesus is already dead. We all know that…

Can non-Muslims touch the Qur’an? Is Stomach of animal Halal? On Music and Entertainment

1.) Can any christian or non muslim touch Quran? Because christians and non
muslims may not be of wudu!

2) Is Ojhri halal in islam?

3) Besides our all routine works and prayers, can we listen to some music or
watch drama serials for some entertainment??

I…

About Slavery and Prisoners of War in Islam

Assalamualaikum. I am Shibanul Haque from Bangladesh. I just cannot help but have to ask you some questions. Please take a look. I have to know it to eradicate my misconceptions if I have any.

1. Was it permissible to have an intimate relationship with POW's without marriage after the period…

Prophet (sws) advised people to drink the urine of camels?

Assalaamu alaikum

I have come across this following Hadith with some variations:

حَدَّثَنَا مُوسَى بْنُ إِسْمَاعِيلَ، حَدَّثَنَا هَمَّامٌ، عَنْ قَتَادَةَ، عَنْ أَنَسٍ ـ رضى الله عنه :

The climate of Medina did not suit some people, so the Prophet (ﷺ) ordered them to follow his shepherd, i.e. his camels, and drink…

Being with one’s family members in Paradise

I viewed a Q & A session of you in which you were asked if we would be with our same family (Parents, Wife etc) in life after in jannat. You replied that we would wake up with the same mentality/ character as this life and be with the same…

Strictly Following A Particular School Of Thought

It is crystal clear that Islam is the divine religion and all its adherents are Muslims. Despite knowing this fact, people do not want to part from their fiqhs and enter the pure Islam. What is the reason behind this attitude?

Predetermination And The Right To Choose A Partner

I am Naveed Ahmed Nizamani. I am a student. I most often watch your program "GHAMIDI" cordially. I have a question for you. So many people usually make a discussion on "destiny". People say that couples have already been predetermined by God. And people have no authority on their children…

Number Of Compulsory Units (rak’at) In Each Of The Five Daily Prayers

assalaam-o-alaykum,

I recently read an article by Dr.Khalid Zaheer. He wrote about the number of compulsory raka’ats in each of the daily Prayer. The article can be reached at: http://www.khalidzaheer.com/qa/198. Now, this was quite different from what I was taught.

1. I would request you kindly to clearly mention…

Status Of Ritual Sacrifice (qurban)

I have a question regarding Qurbani. Is Qurbaani waajib or Sunnah? Is it compulsory to offer an animal for sacrifice or we can instead give away the money to a needy person.

Role, Importance And Authenticity Of The Hadith

assalam-o-alaykum

Could you please tell me your views about the authority and status of the Ḥadīth of the Prophet (sws)? I also wanted to learn how can a person reject a Ḥadīth which has earlier been accepted by the Muslim scholars? Can a scholar introduce new explanations and new versions of…

Keeping Dogs

I live in Australia and I keep a dog. Some Muslims brothers said that it is not allowable to keep the dog in one’s home because the mercy of God does not descend into that house. They quote the ḥadīth to support their claim. Please tell me is it true…

Does The Islamic Law Accept Revision According To The Changing Times And Needs

assalam-oalaykum

One of my peers told me that faith does not require proof or logic. So, if we agree that a particular law is ordained by Allah and/or ordained by Muhammad (sws) is the last word, the question again arises whether all the laws enforced by the Sharī‘ah are universal and…

A Qur’anic Verse Regarding The Offspring Of The Prophet (sws)

Dear Sir,

The Holy Qur’an states:

Muhammad (SAW) is not the father of any man amongst you, but he is the Prophet of Allah and khatam-al-nabiyyīn. (Q 33:40)

Kindly explain if he is not the father of any male child or man, then how could we justify the birth of His…

Why Was The Sunnah Not Protected?

assalaam-oalaykum

We learn that the Qur’ān and the Sunnah form part of the religion. We are told that God has promised to protect the “dhikr” (which I suppose includes both). Then why Allah did not protect the complete Sunnah. Hope you will help in this regards.

Thank you

Angels’ Concern Regarding The Human Beings

When Allāh decided to create Adam, how were angels able to tell that humans will commit “fasād fī al-arḍ”. Moreover Satan asked for respite till Day of Judgment. How was he able to know about that there would be a Day of Judgment?

Were The Earliy Shari’ahs Deficient?

assalām-o-alaykum

Please refer to Q 42:13 which says that the same laws of religion were ordained for all the prophets. However, we keep hearing from the Islamic religious clergy that Sharī‘ah of Muḥammad is different, better and somehow more complete then the laws ordained for previous Prophets. I do not…

Invoking Allah’s Name While Slaughtering And The Status Of The Food Prepared By Ahl e Kitab

I was having a discussion with a group of friends on halāl meat and would appreciate if you could shed some light on this topic. Allāh has permitted us to eat the flesh of animals slaughtered by Ahl-i Kitāb. Here in the UK the meat that is generally available is…

Does The Prophet (sws) Listen And Respond To Our Greetings?

Is it correct that the Prophet (sws) answers those who send blessings on him in the grave? I have been told that the Prophet (sws) himself has said that whenever someone invokes Allah’s blessings for him, Allah returns the soul to his body until he replies to his salutation. Is…

How Will The People Living In Adverse Moral And Religious Conditions Be Treated On The Last Day?

My concern is what will be criteria to ask question to the people of different mental level. For example villagers compared to highly qualified ones. I have noticed that many people in villages and especially women in villages are involved in polytheism and mostly they are just following the traditional…

Human Trial In The Worldy Life And Compulsion

There seems to be an inconsistency between the principle of no compulsion in religion and the punishment meted out to several ummahs in the past. If the former is a basic principle, why is the latter necessary?

A Prophetic Hadith Contradicting Scientific Facts!

I came across this Hadith in Bukhari. The Prophet (sws) explains to Abu Dharr:

Do you know where the sun sets...? Indeed it travels till it prostates itself underneath the throne. (No: 4428)
This Hadith clearly seems to contradict the fact that sunset is brought about by the rotation of the…

Must All Ahadith Be Reconciled With The Qur’an And The Sunnah?

My understanding of Hadith is that it is not a separate source of Islam. Subject matter of every Hadith must originate in the Holy Qur’an or the Sunnah. I say this because our Prophet (sws) could never do or say anything regarding Islam that was not part of the two…

Listening To The Holy Qur’an

I have heard that reading the Qur’an is optional while listening to it is obligatory. Is this true? Moreover if a person is sleeping and another person starts reading the Qur’an there with a loud voice such that the sleeping person gets disturbed, then what should the sleeping person do…

Explanation Of A Qur’anic Verse

Please explain the following verse of the Holy Qur’an: Call on your Lord humbly and secretly; surely He does not love those who exceed limits. (7:54-5)

Failing To Attend Friday Congregations

Usually I attend the Friday Congregation in the mosque in my locality. Last Friday I went to offer Friday Prayer in another mosque in my town. The imām, during the sermon, said that a person who doesn’t attend three consecutive Friday sermons is no longer regarded as Muslim. I am…

Consummation Of Marriage Before Payment Of Mahr

Can a man have sexual relationship with his wife without paying mahr? What is mahr-i-mu’ajjal and ghayr muajjal? I have recently entered into nikāḥ with a girl but she has not moved with me: rukhsati has not yet been done. I want to talk to her freely and discuss with…

Queries Regarding Salah

I want to ask you few questions about the Ṣalāh:

1. Living in Saudi Arabia, I saw that most of the Saudis do not have wuḍū and just start offering the ṣalāh. A few days ago I noticed that our imām did the same. I feel he was not…

Inheritance And Testamentary Wills

We are two sisters (both married) without a brother. My parents are alive and own a house in Islamabad as well as some property in UK. My father has one sister and four brothers and his mother is alive too. He was sharing with me his will a while ago…

Shortening The Prayer While Travelling

I want to clarify my doubts about the qasar Prayer during travel. My questions in this regard follow:

1) If a person travels from Lahore to Gujranwala (Around 63 k.m), will he start to pray qasr Prayer as soon as he embarks on the journey?
2) When a person…

The Throne Of Queen Bilqis

When Solomon (sws) asked his followers ‘who would bring the throne of Bilqis?’ An ‘Ifrit told him he will bring it before he rises from his place. However, a human being brought it to him in the blink of an eye. Will you please give me details on how the…

When Did Satan Vow To Misguide Human Beings?

I read a passage in the Holy Qur’an recently which left me in confusion. When Satan disobeyed God, he was cast out of heaven. At that time, he says that he would misguide men on earth till the day of eternity. The way I understand it, Adam had not yet…

Meaning Of A Qur’anic Expression

What is meant by ‘Ma‘ishatan Danka’ in the verse 20:124?

A Historical Error In The Qur’an?

Surah Taha (20:85-87 and 20:95-97) states that the calf worshipped by the Israelites was made by a Samaritan but neither the country of Samaria (where Samaritans come from) nor the term Samaritan existed during this time (the time of the Exodus) and so it is certain that Moses (sws) could…

A Scientific Error In The Qur’an?

My question is regarding the following verse of the Qur’an:

It is not permitted to the Sun to catch up the Moon, nor can the Night outstrip the Day: Each swims along in [its own] orbit [according to law]. (36:40)
The sun does not have an orbit. This is a…

History In The Qur’an

Why is it that the history related in the Qur’an and other scriptures is not spoken of in common history, although the Qur’an tells the history of perished nations so that human beings can take lessons from them?

Creation Of Adam And Eve

I have the following questions regarding the creation of Adam and Eve that is mentioned in Surah al-Baqarah. What does the word ‘names’ occurring in the 2:30 refer to? God asked both the angels and Adam to name those things whereas He hadn’t taught the angels. How could the angels…

No Jihad Without The State: View Of The Jurists

According to Ghamidi’s view, only a state has the right to wage war and no group or organization is allowed to do so. What is the opinion of other scholars in this matter?

Belligerence Of Muslim Minorities

I am living in the US for the last two decades. I want to know the rights and duties Islam imposes on me. What should I do if I am asked by the government to do something that is against Islam? Also am I not required by Islam to strive…

Serving In The Army Of A Non-Muslim Country

I am serving in the British Armed Forces. Recently, I have become a practicing Muslim. My concern is about the legality of my job from the Islamic point of view. Also, as a worst case scenario, I would like to know the duties Islam imposes on me in case Britain…

Suicide Bombers

To what extent is suicide bombing allowed by Islam? Is not suicide, whatever the reason maybe, prohibited in Islam? Is killing people in market places including women, children and old people through suicide permitted in Islam? If yes, then to what extent. We have recently seen such events in Kashmir…

Weapons Of Mass Destruction

What does Islam says about nuclear and atomic warfare? I am asking this question because some Muslim countries have such weapons. Also can we keep such weapons as deterrents?

Is Jihad Only For Self-Defence?

There are some scholars who believe that all wars fought by the Prophet of Islam were defensive. Muhammad (sws) never carried out unprovoked attacks. Please comment.