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Answer to Question The Jurisprudential Opinions on Making up the Fasts

Our Sheikh, I would like to know the rule of Allah on this matter so that my heart becomes at ease.

I was in Jahiliyyah and I stopped fasting Ramadan deliberately without excuse. Then, Alhamdulilah, Allah sent His mercy on me so that I repent to Him.

How do I make up the missed fasts? Do I have to pay “fidiyah” every year or is it enough to make up the fasts?


Ameer's Q & A: Wihdat Almatali’ and Sighting the Crescent Moon of Ramadan

With reference to your letter of 24/6/2018 regarding sighting the crescent moon (Hilal) of Ramadan of this year, I would like to refer to the following:
The difference in timing between us here in Palestine and California is ten hours, that is, at the time of sighting of the crescent in California, Fajr in our region would have passed by about 3 hours, which means that the whole night ended without determining the sighting on that night, thus our breaking the fast on that day, Wednesday, was valid.


Answer to Question: The Iddah of a Widow

A Teacher of Sociology has raised a question regarding the Edat (time break after a woman’s husband dies which is 4 month and 10 days). He says that as the philosophy behind this time is to come to know about a woman’s pregnancy after her husband’s death so if medically it is proved that a widow is not pregnant then the time of Edat should be reduced accordingly? Need your answer and guidance.


Answer to Question: To whom the Zakat of Livestock is Paid in the Absence of Khilafah!

When the owner of livestock feeds his livestock for most of the year of his own expenses and only graze for a very small period of the year, with the purpose of increasing production since female sheep often give birth twice and this is the result of feeding it most of the year (and the sheep here is not for trade), is the Zakat obliged here or not?


Answer to Question The Islamic Ruling on: Organ Transplant, Autopsy, Mixing (of the sexes)

Q1: Hizb ut Tahrir’s opinion is that it is forbidden to transfer organs from the dead to the living, regardless of whether these organs save the person from the inevitable death as a heart transplant or if it is the cure of a disease such as cornea transfer.
Q 2: The prohibition of autopsy deprives medical students of knowledge and learning about the human body; how then will they proceed with their work and perform surgeries, for example, if they are ignorant of the human body?
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