|1||Visiting a Non-Muslim neighbour||Wed 18 Mar 2015||
Is it permissible to assist and visit one’s non-Muslim neighbour when he is ill? Can one make Dua for his well being and good health?
Doing so indicates towards the lofty character of a person when a person doesn’t have any worldly motive behind such a visit. One may make Dua for the health of the neighbour that Allah Ta'ala grants him Hidaayat.
|2||Usurping rights of others||Wed 18 Mar 2015||
I had stolen some goods from a particular store many years ago. The store has closed down. How can I compensate for my action?
|3||Are In-laws regarded as Maharim||Wed 25 Mar 2015||
Are son-in-laws regarded as Maharim to their mother-in-laws? Are father-in-laws Maharim to their daughter-in-laws? What kind of a relationship should one share with in-laws?
In the Quraan Sharif Allah Ta'ala has clearly mentioned or defined those women with whom Nikah is not permissible. The verse of Surah Nisaa is quoted below,