Ibn Taymiyyah states that this would not apply in regard to women who traveled long distances. He believes that those women are allowed to do the tawwaf while on menses. […]
There is no harm in that, but he must be cautious not to cover his head or fall intoany of the prohibitions.
There is no haram in that, as long as the deodorant is unscented.
The prohibition applies to the use of any scented product, especially if it leaves aresidual scent on the body or clothes after its use. If a person performing Umrah took […]
If a person who is performing Umrah takes a break from saying the Talbiya and starts socializing and joking for some leisure?
There is no harm in that, but he can only say what is good (Khayr); however, thepriority should be staying busy with Duaa’ and the remembrance of Allah SWT (Thikr), […]
There is no harm in that especially if chanting aids in the continuation of Talbiyahthroughout the whole journey.
There are different types of arguments: First: Arguments with the intent to prove the truth with good speech, and that isobligatory. Second: Arguments in matters that are neither true nor […]
Is it permissible for a sick person with a fever to place cold compresses on his head due to the pain?
Yes, it is permissible due to necessity and does not fall under Ihram prohibitions.
Yes, it is permissible as long as the umbrella or anything of the like does notdirectly cover the head.
It is permissible, as long as it is for medicinal use and not for the intent of usingfor its scent or leisure.
What is the ruling in mixing the Talbiyah with tahleel (La illaha ila Allah) and takbeer (Allahu Akbar)?
It is permissible, as Ibn Masood (may Allah be pleased with him) said:” I went outwith the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) and he did not cease the Talbiya until he […]