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    A fatwa in English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Is it mandatory for a pregnant woman to observe fasting in Ramadan and Ashoora? I advised my wife not to fast during the last Ramadan and she was not fasting because she was pregnant. She was anaemic when she was pregnant. She had miscarried by end of Ramadan when she was 12 weeks pregnant. What is the ruling about her missed fasting during Ramadan? Does she have to complete them before next Ramadan? Can she fast normally when she finds that she is pregnant? She always insists on fasting during pregnancy. Any medical proof will also help that the baby won't be harmed by fasting during pregnancy."

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad ibn Saleh Al-Utheimin answers the following question, "What is the ruling on a woman travelling without a mahram because her work requires that of her?"

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Abdulaziz ibn Baz answers the following question, "Is a woman counted as a mahram for a non-related woman when travelling and in other cases or not?"

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following questions, "I understand that a woman to travel by herself for the duration of a day and a night without a mahram is haram. However the speed of air travel which takes at most 8 hours. Is it halal for a woman be dropped off at the departing airport by a mahram and picked up at the destination airport by another mahram? The total journey would be at most 10 hours."

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih

    A fatwa in English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question, “There is a woman who has reached the age of fifty. When she got her period in Ramadan she did not fast those days, but then she did not make them up because she was unaware that it is obligatory to make up missed fasts. Now she has come to know that it is obligatory to make up missed fasts. What should she do?”

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed (may Allah preserve him) explains how to avoid and protect oneself from the temptation of women.

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "My sister-in-law will be getting married soon. She is worried about the type of boy she can get married to. To be specific, she has asked me whether it is valid to get married to a person who is a strong supporter of the Mawlid or Milad-un-Nabi practice. I do understand that this practice itself is a heresy in Islam. However, the difficulty is whether one can get married to such people who practice Mawlid. In New XXX, the people involved in this practice do this as an act of worship. People would be invited to attend this ceremony where various hadiths are read, songs are sung and dua is made. People actually stand and sing! I hope this is the practice the fatwaa on your site refers to. The question is whether one can marry those who do this practice. The more difficult question and the one I am afraid to ask is whether these people are Muslims. Sheikh, you do not have to answer the second one if it is not wise to?"

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "My parents and two brothers are unbelievers (they have no religion) and they insist on making a big deal on my birthday by phoning me, e-mailing birthday messages, and saying 'happy birthday' even though I told them many times before that I do not celebrate my birthday and that it is just another day like the other days. I am the only Muslim in my family, married to a Muslim, and live in another province in Canada away from them so they are not close to me. This year I unplugged the phone on that day so I could avoid the issue. What should I do?"

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad ibn Saleh Al-Utheimin answers the following question, "I am a woman who works as a student supervisor in one of the schools. The nature of my work is such that I go on trips to schools outside the city in which I work, where I go with some other women who work there, accompanied by a driver but without a mahram. What is the ruling on that, and what is the ruling on the salary I takeو knowing that my personal circumstances and my work circumstances do not allow me to have a mahram with me?"

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "I am asking this question on behalf of my wife. When she was 14, she made hajj with her mother, 2 sisters, and one of those sisters' husbands, who is obviously non-mahram. she was unaware at the time that a woman needs to make hajj with a mahram, is her hajj valid or does she need to repeat the hajj? Please give some evidence/statement of the scholars on this, jazakallaah kharyan."

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "I am the only child to my parents. I am married and have only two daughters. My husband and I live in the USA, and all our families and relatives live in a country in the middle east. Thus the only Mahram I have is my husband who cannot travel out of the USA for reasons that I cannot mention in this email. I really want to go to Hajj inshaa-Allah since I have all the means to do so. Is it Halal for me to go to Hajj with an organized group for pilgrims. And if not, how will I ever be able to fulfill this important pillar of Islam when I do not have any Mahrams?!"

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Is it possible for a woman to go to hajj or umrah in a group of people or in a group of women if there is no mahram willing to go with her?"

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Is it halal for a pregnant woman to perform umrah or hajj? Does it depend on the stage of pregnancy she is at (e.g. 4 months pregnant compared to 8 months pregnant)? There is risk of falling and disease due the the crowds of pilgrims."

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    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Assalam O Alikium! My mother is planning to go to umrah inshallah. But she needs a mahram and her husband nor her brothers are able to go. We have asked a scholar that said she can go with her brother-in-law who is also her first cousin. As long as his wife is there which she will because she's going too. Is this permissible in Islam because I still have my doubts? Jazak Allah ho karun."

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Is taraaweeh prayer required for women? Which is better for women, to perform Taraaweeh at home or in a mosque?"

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "Why were all the Prophets of Judaism, Christianity and Islam men? Why were there no women Prophets? Why did they have to be male?"

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    Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answers the following question, "As a recent revert to Islam I am always trying to gain extra knowledge and guidance, inshallah. My question relates to my current job. I work as a home carer, taking care of the needs of a severely handicapped person, who suffered brain damage during birth. This person is 42yrs old, although his brain activity and mental capabilities are that of a baby, he has no control what so ever over his body and is unable to do anything for himself i.e. he cannot wash dress or feed himself and wears pads for toileting, he is also unable to walk or talk at all and is confined to a wheel chair. I've already been told I am able to work with this person but now I’m wondering whether being in close contact with this person will break my wudoo, as I have to touch him on a daily basis."

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    A fatwa in English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid answers the following question, “What is the ruling on joining and shortening prayers for a pregnant woman in the last months of pregnancy?

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Muhammad Abdurraouf

    A fatwa in English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid answers the following question, “Is it better for a pregnant woman not to fast or is it better for her to fast and put up with the hardship?”

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    Mufti : Muhammad Salih Reviewing : Osama Emara

    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: “I am in a very emotionally difficult situation at the moment and cannot contemplate anything but my death. I cannot think of anything about my future or anything except death but even then I do not want to die now in the hope that Almighty and all merciful Allah grants me mercy for the sin I have committed. The problem is that over the past few months I have grown close to a female. I had no intention to form a sinful relationship at all. The reason I got close to her was to talk her out of the idea of her killing herself. You see she has been suicidal and keeps taking overdose, I tried to talk to her and teach her so she would not do this sin and save her from hellfire. But what happened is slowly things went wrong and a wrong relationship formed... we never had sex and I never had any intention to have sex. She is married. But the problem that has happened is that she claims that on occasion I entered her. I do not believe this because I did not take my clothes off but she was partially nude. I am in fear that even if I didn’t enter her, I may have done a sin. But if I did, then I fear I am doomed. I do not believe her because I have found that she does not have good intentions and she may have tried the excuse if being suicidal just to get close to me... I am very disturbed now and cannot sleep or do anything. I regret what has happened and pray to Allah for forgiveness. All I wanted to do was to save someone from hell and now I may have destroyed my own self.”

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