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    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 women 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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    Iam the only child to my parents. Iam 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 middile east. Thus the only Mahraam I have is my husband who cannot travel out of the USA for reasons that I cannot mension in this email. I really whant 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 fullfil this important pillar of Islam when I don’t have any Mahrams?!

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    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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    Is it possible for a women 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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    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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    Assalam O Alikium My mother is planning to go to ummrah inshallah. But she needs a mairram and her husband nor her brothers are able to go. We have asked an alm he said she can go with her brother in-law which is also her first cousin. As long as his wife is there which she will be cause she’s going too. Is this permissable in Islam because I still have my doubts. Jazak allah ho karun.

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    Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Rights Of The Woman In Islam is a valuable message to fortify the muslim woman against suspicions concerning her threatened rights in Islam as they declared in addition to revealing tricks planned by them. Islam considers a woman to be equal to a man as a human being and as his partner in this life. Women have been created with a soul of the same nature as men.

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    This is a questioned answered by the Permanent Committee regarding, Is taraaweeh prayer required for women? Which is better for women, to perform Taraaweeh at home or in a mosque?

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    This is a questioned answered by the Permanent Committee regarding, 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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    This is a questioned answered by the Permanent Committee regarding, 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. Inshallah you are able to answer my question.’

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    A book helps in explaining the concept of polygamy in Islam. It shows that Muslims are not the first nation which encourages this system but there were many nations -such as the ancient Christians- support this behavior. Afterwards, it shows the legality and conditions of this system, and rights and duties of marriage partners under it.

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    Author : Aisha Lemu Author : Fatima Heeren Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    This book discusses the special place women have in the religion of Islam and seeks to address some of the many misconceptions and false propaganda published by those who are ignorant of this religion or harbor a malicious intent to purposely misrepresent this religion.

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    Author : Faouzi Alghadiri Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Muslim Woman’s Dress according to the Qur’an and Sunnah, to some as a subject the Muslim women’s dress may sound trivial. The shari’ah, however, assigns it moral, social, and legal dimensions. One basic requirement to be a true believer according to the Qur’an is to make one’s opinions, feelings, and inclinations subservient to whatever Allah and his Messenger decided.

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    Author : Aisha Lemu Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Author, a well-known British lady writer tries to make reader aware of the Islamic standard for an ideal wife and to encourage the wife to reach that standard as much as she wishes her husband to reach it as an ideal Muslim husband.

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    Writer : Bilal Philips Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Article talks about the value of the obligation of hijab and to beware of display and unveiling, the characteristics of the Hijab are discussed, bringing the glad tidings promised (by Allah) to those women adhering to it. It also points out the danger of dazzling displays of ornaments and beauty as well as the terrible repercussions in this life and in the hereafter.

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    Translation : Ali Hasan Taib Reviewing : Md. Abdul Kadir

    An American womens Hijab turn an American teacher into Islam

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    This book talks about the value of the obligation of hijab and to beware of display and unveiling, the characteristics of the Hijab are discussed, bringing the glad tidings promised (by Allah) to those women adhering to it. It also points out the danger of dazzling displays of ornaments and beauty as well as the terrible repercussions in this life and in the hereafter.

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    There has been much misinformation about the people of Saudi Arabia in Western media; some may be due to Islamophobia, but some come from the difficulty in getting an accurate picture of the Kingdom’s diversity from the outside. Saudi woman was no exception. This books demonstrates the achievements been made by Saudi woman despite the difficulties facing them. It highlights the roles being played by educated Saudi women and the government efforts to change negative attitudes towards women. While reflecting the emerging role of Saudi women who have been marginalized by rigid traditions and restricted misinterpretation of Islamic law, the book stresses that the active roles of Saudi woman, at both domestic and international levels, has dispelled long-held stereotypes of these women as being uneducated and dull.

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: “What is the ruling on joining and shortening prayers for a pregnant woman in the last months of pregnancy?”

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