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Last Updated on Saturday, 12 May 2012 07:17

Question:

What is the ruling regarding birthdays? Our muslims greet one another on this day and feel insulted if one does not greet them. Another issue is regarding birthday cakes, gifts and parties. Please advise.

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Kissing one's male cousins

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 May 2012 09:33

Question:

May I please have advice (sin, punishment etc) that I can pass on to those females that kiss their male cousins upon greeting and advice to the male cousins that allow their cousins to kiss them. May I also have advice that I may pass on to females that kiss their brother in laws. May Allah reward you in abundance in both worlds, Ameen.

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Q: From when will one start calculating the time for haidh?

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Last Updated on Thursday, 10 May 2012 14:17

A: Haidh will commence from the time the blood is seen.

Example: At night before sleeping, a woman placed a liner or pad and fell asleep. When she awoke the next morning she noticed blood on it. She will thus start calculating the time for haidh from the time she saw the blood.

   

Q: Are there any specific colours for the discharge to be regarded as haidh?

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Last Updated on Saturday, 12 May 2012 07:16

A: There is no specific colour for the discharge to be regarded as haidh. Discharge of any colour – red, yellow, muddy, green, black, or earthy – which is seen in the days of haidh is considered as haidh and it (haidh) will continue until the discharge is pure white or there is no discharge.

   

Q: What is the minimum time of bleeding for it to be treated as haidh?

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A: When the bleeding is experienced for a minimum of 3 days (72 hours), such bleeding will  be regarded as haidh.

   

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