Fatawas - Beliefs

Fatawas - Beliefs​

ID: 1758 | Date: 2023-02-10
Faith and beliefs

AssalamuAlaikum, I have a few faith related questions that have been bothering me for awhile. 

1) Were we created with our personality hence we make decisions based on our personality which Allah has given us? Example : Some people have open hearted personality which helps them to accept Allah while others have a very stubborn and do not accept. 

2) If Ambiya (A.S.) are Masoom, then isn’t it easier for them to not commit Sin than and harder for us because we aren't Masoom? 

3) Is Jannah subjective such that we can only desire and have certain things that Allah likes and not be able to desire or do anything other than that like for example, desiring to smoke or other things that are Haram in the Dunya? 

In that case, if a husband and wife enters Jannah together, would she feel jealous that her husband has 72 hoors? Or would she not feel jealous

And can a woman receive multiple Men as her husband if she desires that in Jannah?



ID: 1702 | Date: 2022-10-14


I want to confess something that long time before i attended a Christmas party. I was taking ESL class and it was arranged by that institute so i attended it because my knowledge was little that time. In the party we did not do any kind of worship but iur teacher showed us a movie called Christmas carols and we ate and sang a song i don't remember exactly but now i repent what i did and did tawbah. Am I still a muslim ? I don't feel so good about it as some scholars opinion is i am out of the fold of islam so it nullified my iman and my nikah. Then what should be done in these case as i was unaware of it. Another question if i accidentally say something kufr without meaning it then in these case do i have to renew my nikah as well.

ID: 1701 | Date: 2022-10-13

I am going through some psychological problem because of kufr.I feel like whatever i say is a statement of kufr. Allah doesn't love me or I wish interest was halal are thsea statements of kufr. I have come to acknowledged that kufr word breaks nikah so each time i say something kufr do i have to renew my nikah. I feel like to take permanent divorce from my husband so that I don't need to worry about the validity of my marriage. I feel like to give up though i am happily married to my husband. 

ID: 1572 | Date: 2022-01-27


ID: 1450 | Date: 2021-08-21
Need to Renew Eeman After Uttering a Statement of Kufr


If a wife complains to her husband by stating something to the effect "Allah gives children to the ones who have no value for those children", will this statement lead to committing kufr? If yes, will the Nikah between the husband and wife be still valid? Or will they need to renew their Nikah? 

ID: 1333 | Date: 2021-03-17

I was playing a game with my cousin and the round was taking really long to load and when I said "Whys the game takign so long" and the round started and then I said "ha see I can make the rounds start" and then I started thinking did I just commit shirk because only allah can control everything please tell me im really distressed.

ID: 1272 | Date: 2020-12-27
Maut kay baad

Assalam Alaikum, kya maut kay baad koyi Rooh kisi say badla leysakti hai,ya marnay walay ka hamsaya tang karta hai marnay walay ki shakal iqtiyar karkay.

ID: 1189 | Date: 2020-09-13
Question about Qismat ( I don’t know if Qismat in English called destiny or what ?)


Is every thing is already written for every one , for example that someone will have that specific wife and will have that many kids , in which that many will  male kids and that many female kids he will have ?

where it is written , is it on lauh e Mahfooz ? Or where ? 

Bakr says Qismat is not something written but it is the outcome of what you do , for example you work more so u will get more money but if u don't work u will not get any thing . 
Bakr thinks it's May not already written but it depends on your efforts , Bakr is a little confused about this that what is Qismat , if it's already written then why we work so hard and worry all our life for our jobs and our income etc , because if every thing is written , we will get it anyway . So how we can understand this islamically ? 

Ikram ul Haq Miami FL 

ID: 1171 | Date: 2020-08-25
Clean-Shaven Qur'an Lecturer With No Education

As-Salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu,

Can a clean-shaven man with zero formal Islamic education give lectures at the masjid on tadabbur al-Qur'an? Basically like a tafsir class by an unqualified teacher who hasn't studied basic aqida, fiqh, ulum al-Qur'an, or any of the usul ad-din under a qualified sheikh. However he is a native Arabic speaker, but hasn't studied the technicalities of the Arabic language.

What does the Qur'an and hadith say about this? And what have the classical ulema' said about this?

Jazakum Allahu khayran!

ID: 1170 | Date: 2020-08-25
Clean-Shaven khatib

As-salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu,

Can a clean-shaven man give the khutbah? What is the hukm on this? What have classical ulema said about this? And what hadith do we have on this topic of shaving the beard?

Jazak Allahu khayran!

ID: 1109 | Date: 2020-06-08

Assalamualaikum mufti sab hope you are fine,

mufit sab please explain me in detail about the difference between sunnat e muakkadah and ghair muakkadah.

And is it true that missing sunnat e muakkadah is a SIN

ID: 1052 | Date: 2020-04-20
Islamic calendar date on Shariahboard website

Does the date change at Maghrib time or at midnight?

ID: 971 | Date: 2019-12-18
Marriage with an Ismaili


What is the ruling for a Sunni Muslim to marry an Ismaili woman? 

ID: 970 | Date: 2019-12-18
Is it shirk?


I am married for the last 4 years to an Indian Muslim. I am from Pakistan.  My concern is my husband doesn't offer his Namaz at all. In 4 years he only prayed 4 times that was Eid prayer. Secondly whenever he needs some help or is in trouble he always asks from Ghareeb Nawaz. I mean he seeks Dua from Ghareeb Nawaz. Like he says that his problem will be solved by Ghareeb Nawaz. Is it shirk ? 

And what is the ruling for me if my husband is Mushrik? I don't feel comfortable with him in this way.

ID: 951 | Date: 2019-12-04
Qadiyani Friends

I have 2 question, first is when i was child my mom have her own money and some time my father have need money and he ask my mom to me give me money and she give them and some time my father give my mom money back or some time not because he know that is her own money and my mom had friend and mom share this problem with her and she said to my mom when your husband next time ask money you can said that money give my friend and you have to give back on time, and she also said you said we got loan too my mom told her this wasn't halal but she said no this is halal, so when my father need money my mom give him and told him her name and said she wants loan too. so my father give her money and extra loan too, this program is continue, about 8 to 10 years ago, now still my mom have that money which she got loan and own money too, mix she have,and now she wants what i do with this money to give back to my father or give to poor people, she want to know what our religion said, because one think is that my father didn't give my mom to money and she have her own animal and she sell and make money, please tell us what she do with this money, 

My other question is that i have some friends who are marzi i know you know who are marzi, when i was in middle and high school we have very good friendship we went each other home, some of my other friends who said you don't talk with them they have other religion but i don't understand that time, and also i have not too much information about them, and now i am come here st. Louis and some time i cal them and talked them, and one day i tell one aunti about them and she said u don't talk with them and don't go her home that time i ask her why she said they have different religion but i don't understand it i want to know what i have to do, because now we are go back in pakistan if i don't talked with them maybe they don't like it, i want to know what our religion said and what i have to do to leave far with them, because i don't want to hurt anybody, please give me answer what i have to do and what our religion said,

jazakallah khair, Brother,i really appreciate you,

ID: 923 | Date: 2019-11-26
Minor and Major Sins


Is it true that ALL the Ahadith which, encourage to indulge in a particular virtue whether it’s dhikar, salah, fasting, sadaqah, visiting the sick, giving salaam or any other, and all your sins will be forgiven it only refers to minor, and not major?

It’s been said only sincere tawbah with the three, or four conditions will major sins be forgiven by the will of Allah of course.

So, if someone endlessly engages in such fadhaul as the Ahadith pertain to, but doesn’t bother do exclusive tawbah for his list of major sins then Allah forgives otherwise in principal that person will die a faasiq?

No references required. Simple, and short factual answers will suffice.

There is no rish to answer this question. Kindly prioritise more important ones, and I shall remain patient.



ID: 918 | Date: 2019-11-26
Considering Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique RaziAllah Ta‘ala Anhu as Apostate

As Salaamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaatuh 

There is an individual in the UK who grew up in a Sunni Muslim household, and attended local madrasa, and became Hafiz of Qur’an. Later, he went to University, and his aqeedah regarding Abu Bakr (RA) changed. He claims he believes in everything of Islam except he believes Abu Bakr was a genuine believer, and companion during  the life of the Prophet (SAW), but after the Prophet’s (SAW) demise, he become an apostate/murtad (astagfirullah), and subsequently did not die as a Sahabi, rather he died upon kufr.

So my questions are as follows:

  1. In light of the Arabic texts from reliable sources, is the above person a Muslim, or has this element of his belief taken him out of the fold of Islam?
  2. Is his nikah with his wife broken?
  3. Will his Muslim children receive inheritance from him?
  4. If he dies on this stance should we offer him salatul janaza?

A local Mufti claims that “the aforementioned individual is still a Muslim, because saying Abu Bakr (RA) died on kufr” doesn’t make him a kafir.

  1. What is the ruling on such a Mufti? Is he on the creed of Ahlus Sunnah or is he deviated?
  2. Although, he does not do takfir on siddique akbhar himself, does his insistence on declaring the above university student (in the scenario above) a Muslim effect his own Imaan in anyway?
  3. Is it permissible to offer salah behind such a Mufti? 

Hazrat, please answer each question accordingly, and in full. iI it permissible I can share your answer to the confused invidiously, and to other people it might benefit?


ID: 847 | Date: 2019-11-20
Words of Kufr

My father narrated a joke said by another with the intention of amusing others.

My father stated as follows: "Sulaiman said that Allah must have given Malikul Maut a list of kumkotar village because in the last year or so all the following have died." My father then proceeded to name those that had died. The other person laughed.

Would this be kufr?

ID: 794 | Date: 2019-11-18
Wrong Thoughts / Waswasa

Aslaamu alaikum

I pray you are well.

If a Muslim thinks to himself that he had or might have had 'respect' or 'reverence' (in the mind or verbally) for other false beliefs/religions.

Later, he realises that it was doubts and that he didn't have any respect or reverence (in the mind or verbally) for other false beliefs/religions other than worldly respect e.g. leaving the false religions to do what ever they want, not interfering, respecting their privacy etc.

Does thinking in the first place that he had or might have had respect or reverence(in the mind or verbally) for other beliefs/religions, and later, he realises it was doubts and that he didn't have any respect or reverence for the false beliefs other than worldly respect, make him a kaafir?

Jazakalkah khairan

ID: 789 | Date: 2019-11-16
Aqa‘id (Beliefs)

Aslaamakakum respectiful mufti shaib,

I heard on tv ( one of the mufti on tv was saying this ) that if you make fun of the angels then your nikka break and you have to perform a new nikka .

If a woman said some (its wasn t a bad joke , it was something they are listening to us but she is not remember the exact words she used that time) about the angle, and laugh on them , which are sitting on our shoulders and writing everything down , so in this situation do she has to do the nikka again with her husband , please explain it with details, she is very much upset and scare because that time she didn t know that how bad it is to talk something about angles in a joke.

Thank you

ID: 786 | Date: 2019-11-16


I pray  you are well

1) If a Muslim receives a fatwa with shariah ruling etc. And he thinks to himself that does he agree or disagree with the fatwa. Then thinks to himself that he agrees with it.

Does thinking in the first place, 'that does he agree or disagree with the fatwa' make him a kaafir?
The muslim has no intention of kufr and has no intention of disagreeing with the shariah law.



ID: 702 | Date: 2019-11-13
Moulana Saad

If anyone doesn't accept Moulana Saad Sahab Kandahalvi as Ameer, will he be a Muslim or not?

ID: 698 | Date: 2019-11-13
Beliefs - Taking Oath on Quran

Asalam Alaikum Mufti Sahab,

I sent the email below yesterday but realized this morning that I need to make a correction. The issue is about my husband taking a false oath by putting hand on Quran. In reality, I noticed this morning, that on top of the Quran, there was a Panj Surah book, and on top of that there was a dua book. His hand was actually on the dua book and not on the Quran (Alhamdullilah!). Though my husband did mention with his tongue that he is putting hand on Quran but probably didn't realize that his hand wasn't actually on Quran. 
If he repents and seeks Allah's forgiveness and mercy, will he be forgiven? Should I resume my marital contact with him? I don't know if he will or not, but I really, really hope that he does. Please make dua IA IA 
He does have mental health disorders as mentioned in the email below. He has no control over his emotions and obsessive behavior. He has depression, stress, anxiety and bipolar disorders for which he is also taking medication. 
Please guide me if it is wise to live with a husband who is ready to use Quran to prove his lie as truth? Hazrat Asiya RA did sabar and lived with Firaun who did shirk. Is this permissible to live with a man who is like my husband and is there reward/sawaab in this? 
Can you please also make dua that he doesn't attack my character and chastity, he has done that few times and it makes me feel HORRIBLE and very angry, crushes my heart into pieces... Please guide me and make dua for me always. May Allah swt guide him and make him one of the BEST Muslims of this era, IA IA
The older version of my email is below: 
I wanted to inquire about a marital issue. My husband has told a lie over a small issue regarding a third person my sister. He keeps saying that my sister has asked us to leave my parents house and don't live there anymore, which my sister has not. I clarified in front of my sister and mom that my sister didn't say that. He then started saying if she didn't say that, then I (the wife) made this all up and said to husband 3 times in one month that sister is saying that. 
He kept accusing me and while I tried to persuade him to admit his lie, he sworn upon Allah, put hand on Quran, swore upon his parents and said I wouldn't be a Muslim if I was lying. I want to know if my nikah is still valid and what should I do now? He takes anti-anxiety pills and per the psychologist he has bipolar mental health issues. He is under a LOT of stress because of not being able to find a job for 3 months, a BIG exam in 3 months, and being a dependent of the wife since I am working and providing. He has no knowledge of deen and doesn't understand the importance/consequences of anything.
Please guide me. Is he still a Muslim? Is he still my husband? What should I do next?
ID: 676 | Date: 2019-11-08
Imam with Kufria/Wrong Beliefs


Assalamu'alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh!

Dear Respected Scholars –

This email is on behalf of many concerned community members of Austin (although a few of them are copied on this email) who seek your opinion/Fatwa in a matter related to the beliefs of an Imam in our community. 

Shaikh Yassir Fazaga had been appointed as an Imam in a local Masjid in Austin named "Islamic center of Brushy Creek (ICBC)" about a year ago. He is engaged, since then, in lectures, Jummah khutbahs at various masajid, khatirahs, halaqas, youth programs, interfaith dialogues, welfare programs, etc. all over the greater Austin area. His communication skills are great and he speaks lot of thought provoking ideas. However, he has been stating number of things during his public sessions, with people of all ages, that have raised the concerns regarding his beliefs in some of the religious matters. The community is perplexed and confused. Muslim community of Greater Austin had not seen this kind of situation ever before. The close bonding’s among the community members are tearing off over the issue of beliefs of Imam Yassir Fazaga.

We therefore humbly request you to provide us with your opinion/Fatwa on the concerned matters below, as soon as possible. This will help us to decide for ourselves and our children whether to attend his lectures, halaqas, etc. or not. Please also let us know about the validity of praying Salah behind him.

We have mentioned below some of our major concerns.




Under each concerned topic below, are the evidences and concerns regarding statements of Imam Yassir Fazaga as stated in his various talks at various occasions:



YouTube video: Did Allah command Abraham to sacrifice his son ? Part 1 - Jummah Khutbah. September 2, 2016


YouTube video: Did Allah command Abraham to sacrifice his son ? Part 2 - Lecture by Sheikh Yassir Fazaga





People were concerned about Imam Yassir Fazaga’ s belief about Isa (AS). When he was questioned regarding this matter to get clarified, he said he believes that Prophet Isa (AS) is dead and will not return, in front of a group of people. Concerns and questions regarding this matter kept increasing in the community along with lot other concerns. Q&A session was arranged in sister's halaqa. When he was asked there regarding the same matter, he said he believes in the second coming of Isa (AS) but emphasized that nobody becomes kaafir if he doesn't believe that and moved on to another topic (did not elaborate on it). After that, in another lecture/Q&A session with men and women at ICBC He said:


He said about the second coming of Isa (AS):


(Refer to attached audio 1)

He further said:

"some credible, good, knowledgeable, (Sunni), Muslim scholars do not believe in second coming of Isa (AS)."  He said "We cannot call them kafir... we cannot take (them) outside of the fold of Islam. We are not saying they are right but chances are they may not necessarily be that wrong.... they are not lesser Muslims than we are, they are not less knowledgeable than we are, we are not better than them... there is a point where it is ok to hold these different _____" (Refer to attached audio 2).  He said it's a part of social immunization. He said: "What I would like to do is, if you are out there and you hear somebody saying that Jesus is not coming back, relax, that does not make him a kafir. There are some credible Muslim scholars out there who do not believe in second coming of Isa (AS), not because they reject Sunnah, not because they reject Quran, (but) because what they have studied they believe that there was not enough evidence that Isa (AS) is coming back. So if you hear somebody saying that Isa (AS) is not coming back, please relax. So that's what we called SOCIAL IMMUNIZATION that is exposing you to an opinion that when you hear outside you don't react very passionately about it, so that you say I have heard that before and because of this I am chill." (Refer to attached audio 3).  


1.Isn't it problematic that he wants to make Muslims immune to listening of stuff that goes against the main stream Islamic beliefs, Sahih Ahadeeth, Sahaba's view and Tafaseer and explanations of great scholars.

2. Won't the spread of this belief cause weakening of faith regarding second coming of Isa (AS) in our future generations resulting in their weak or no support to Isa (AS) when he will come, against Dajjal?

3. Is that ok to reject Sahih Mutawatir Ahadeeth which are in a very huge number regarding the second coming of Isa (AS)?

5. How can a person who rejects Sahih Mutawatir Ahadeeth be trusted to be taking guidance from Sahih Ahadeeth and Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad (SAW) in other religious matters which he preaches?




Many members of the community (Men, women and children) have witnessed him highly recommending and prescribing Mohammad Asad's and Yusuf Ali's translations of the Quran in his various lectures, Halaqas etc. He asked the students in Sunday Islamic school at ICBC to buy a copy of one of these to study at Sunday Islamic school where he will teach them from these books.

Despite knowing the issues in these translations, he highly recommends and prescribes these books saying (taken from his lecture):

"I think they are brilliant, I think they are beautiful, I think they are very good. No book is a perfect book. That includes any book other than the book of Allah. (Any book other than Allah's book) is not a perfect book. So any other tafseer that you can recommend that comes to mind I will point out some of the short comings in that tafseer...." (Refer to attached audio 5)  


Examples of some more issues in Mohammad Asad's and Yusuf Ali's Translations:

  1. Mohammad Asad’s tafseer: (4:157 and 5:117) explains that Prophet Isa (AS) is dead and there will be no second coming of Isa (AS).

  2. Mohammad Asad denies many  positive attributes of Allah.

  3. According to Mohammad Asad Iblis is a power of evil instead of an individual jinn.

  4. Mohammad Asad makes the Hijab relative to the environment (surah Noor)

  5. Yusuf Ali denies physical existence of Jannah and Jahannam and call them state of mind

  6. Yusuf Ali says about Jinn that they are bad tendencies in humans instead of Makhlooq (footnote 929)

  7. Yusuf Ali denies the miracle of birds coming to life in story of Ibraheem AS - footnote 308

  8. Yusuf Ali says the modern day interest is not same as the Riba mentioned in Quran and that Quran should be interpreted according to the current times. (footnote 324)




When asked about Ibraheem (AS) leaving his wife and a child in a desert, imam Yasir Fazaga said:

There was already a city and there were people living in that place.

He quoted Ar-Razi that he said most of the details in this story are far-fetched because its not be fitting that Ibraheem will take his family for a place where there is no food or water...... "




He announced in his weekly sisters Halaqa and asked that group of sisters to come to the church from next week. Sisters went.


Is it recommended for common people who are not scholars, to study bible?

We would highly appreciate your response in the light of the Quran and the Sunnah.

May Allah reward you abundantly for helping out in this matter of Deen. Jazakum-Allahu Khair.




ID: 532 | Date: 2019-07-03
Did Musa عليه السلام really ask Allah these questions?


Once Musa عليه السلام asked Allah عزّ و جل: Oh Allah! What do you do when you’re happy? Allah ta’ala said: when I am happy, I make it rain. Musa عليه السلام asked again: when you are much more happier then? Allah عزّ و جل said: I send guests. Musa عليه السلام then asked: “what do you do when you are the most happiest?” Allah عزّ و جل said: I create daughters.” 

I haven’t found any authentic source for this. Please shed some light.


ID: 509 | Date: 2019-05-25
Difference between maghfirah and ‘afw


What is the difference between Allaah’s maghfirah (مغفره) and ‘afw (عفو)?

ID: 304 | Date: 2018-07-19
Women going to Dargah


I was recently asked by my wife, is going to Dargah Haraam for ladies? I do have knowledge that it is not permissible for women to visit a graveyard.

But, I really do not have any evidence to discuss it, it is just heard and said. 

Please help me with this.

Jazakallah khair


ID: 291 | Date: 2018-06-18
Aameen ceremony allowed or Bid'aah


I wanted to ask, is doing Aameen ceremony for my child (a celebration that we do when our child finishes the first reading of Qur'aan), is allowed to do or is it a bid'aah.

Jazaak Allah Khair

ID: 272 | Date: 2018-06-02
Kaffarah for mishandling Quran verses


My son, by mistake, mishandled a paper having some Qur'aanic verses. Is there any specified kaffaarah for mishandling Qur'aan or Qur'aanic verses?

Jazakallah Khair.

ID: 206 | Date: 2017-12-18
Keeping the Belief that Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala Can Lie


Can you kindly provide your view on the following issue, is it correct to have the belief that Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala has the power to lie but that He would not (as per Darul Ifta Birmingham and the website Tafseer Raheemi - see below)?

Darul Ifta Birmingham:

Tafseer Raheemi:


ID: 147 | Date: 2017-09-28
Hadith About Missing Verses in the Quran

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah

Could you please provide explanation of hadith number 2286 from Saheeh Muslim where Abu Moosa Ash‘ari RaziAllah Ta‘ala Anhu explains regarding the forgotten or cancelled verses of the Quran? If there really are such verses of Quran which have been cancelled or removed then why aren’t the general Muslims unaware about this fact?

ID: 128 | Date: 2017-08-21
Relationship with a Relative with Atheistic Beliefs

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah 

One of my grandfather's brother holds atheistic beliefs. His general behavior is very good with everyone however for he criticizes my wife for wearing niqab e.g. he asks her why she is wearing it as it makes her look like a robber etc. All his family members including his wife, sons and their families have good Islamic beliefs and are involved in masjid activities like Sunday school etc. Although they are not very religious but they tried to convince him. He also went to perform his Hajj about 15 years ago after a great push from his wife and his younger brother, but upon his return his comments were not positive for Hajj. My parents also respect him and pray for his hidayah as he is their eldest living relative.

My question here is that in this situation should we keep relationship and contact with him or not?

My wife and her father says that, if someone has such an atheistic beliefs we should not keep any contact with him for the sake of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala and only keep our relationship with him limited to giving him da‘wah. My thinking however that he is still alive so we should not lose hope for his hidayah, may be before his death inshaAllah he will revert to the true Islamic beliefs. I have been trying to give da‘wah to him but so far no success. There is no excuse for not giving him da‘wah however he lives in a different state and we don't meet him too often (probably oncea year or so). Please provide guidance as to what should we do in this kind of situation?

ID: 118 | Date: 2017-08-06
Using "Miya" with Allah (Follow-up)

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah 

This question is in response to the question number 45 where I was asked to provide more details of why using the word “Miya” with Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala is against verse 80 of surah al- A'araf. The verse is translated (more or less to):

To Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala belongs the best names, so invoke Him by them.

The issue is that the word "Miya" could be used in many different contexts. It could be used to refer to a husband or any other male individual. It may also be used to give respect to a man. In this context, I think that associating this word with Him is ascribing defect to His name as it is not befitting of His majesty.

Your clarification in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

JazakAllahu Khaira

ID: 66 | Date: 2017-05-15
Is Diamond Ring the Source of Our Fights?

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah

Is there any (physical or otherwise) effect of wearing a diamond ring? I noticed that my wife and I are having a lot of arguments and fights so we thought maybe it is because of the diamond ring. Please provide us guidance in this matter.

ID: 45 | Date: 2017-04-25
Using "Miya" with Allah

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah

Is it permissible to associate the word “Miya” with Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala? If yes, how is it not a violation of the description in verse 180 of Surah al-A‘araf?

JazakAllah Khair.

ID: 12 | Date: 2017-03-06
Faith of a person who considers disbelievers as believers

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah

If a person says that:

1- All non-Muslims will enter Paradise

2- There is no disbeliever on earth

3- Some conservative extremest people who call the non-Muslims as disbeliever are illiterate

What is the ruling about the faith of such a person?

JazakAllah Khair

ID: 10 | Date: 2017-03-05
Uttering statements of Kufr (disbelief)

 Assalam Alaikum,

If a Muslim woman said the words "Will Allah physically come and help" or "Will the friends (awliya) of Allah will come and help" under the influence of severe pain during,  does these statements constitute kufr or disbelief? If yes, does she has to perform repentance (tawbah) and recite the shahadah again? What will be the effect of these statements on her Nikha? Does she have to perform a new Nikah with her husband? Please elaborate on the process.

JazakAllah Khair

ID: 8 | Date: 2017-03-03
Tawbah and Kaffarah after committing a sin

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah 

I want to repent. What is the best way to do tawbah after committing zina? Also what is the kaffarah (reparation or expiation) for zina? How would i known my tawbah has been accepted? Please let me know. I did it but now I fear Allah.