Q: Which is better: Hajj-ut-Tamattu’
or Hajjul-Ifrad? A: When it comes to the recommended pilgrimage,
Hajj-ut-Tamattu’ is better.
- Hajj is a
religious duty that represents the victory of Islam , the glory
of Muslims and the spread of the light of Allah in the horizons.
Q: What is the ruling if the woman
wears socks while in the state of Ihram, and is it necessary to
wear them while performing Tawaf in the presence of much crowdedness?
A: It is not obligatory on women to wear socks, unless it
is the only way for preventing foreigners from touching them.
- Hajj does
not detach you from this world . It seeks to tie you to the Hereafter
in addition of this world in such a way that one compliments the
Q: What is the ruling of praying
the Maghrib and Isha’ prayers in Arafat out of fear of not being
able to perform them on time in Muzdalifa? A: It is permissible,
as it is not obligatory to perform the Maghrib and Isha’ prayers
in Muzdalifa, but only recommended
- Our thoughts
were not born with us . We have either inherited or acquired them
. Why do we insist on keeping what we have inherited although they
may perish , and why do we insist on what we have acquired, although
we might find better ones.
Thursday, September 25, 2014 is the first of
the month of Thul-Hijja 1435 H
The Juristic Office of the Institution of the
late Religious Authority, His Eminence, Sayyed Muhammad
Hussein Fadlullah (ra) issued a statement in which
it declared that Thursday, September 25, 2014 is
the first of the month of Thul-Hijja 1435 H., according
to the jurisprudential opinion of the late Religious
Authority, His Eminence, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein
His Eminence, Sayyed Ali Fadlullah, delivered
the two Friday sermons. In the first sermon, he
talked about the will. He considered it necessary
to organize the family and the society. He also
explained how it should be made and what it should
cover. In the second sermon, he said that he believes
that the best way to confront terrorism is by an
Arab-Muslim strategy and not the international-regional
alliance that seeks to promote its own interests....
Money in return of working in the religious
field: permissible or not?
Is it permissible to earn money in return of
working in the religious field and performing religious
duties, such as pilgrimage, fasting, paying Khums
and other acts on behalf of others? This question
might cross the mind of many people who would like
to know the answer to it. Looking into the matter
from a Shariah-based perspective...
Historical information indicates that Hijab existed
before religions, and in the Code of Hammurabi,
the first king of Babylon. But it was prohibited
for bondmaids and restricted only to honorable women.
And reading the religious texts before Islam (the
Torah and the Bible), you notice indications about
wearing the Hijab.....
The relationship between religion and politics
Despite the popular slogan "Our religion is politics
and politics is our religion", many of our youth
take a negative attitude towards politics. What
is our view on this?....