The Press Release on the Terrorist Attack in Quetta Pakistan

The Press Release on the Terrorist Attack in Quetta Pakistan

We were shocked by the heinous crime that was committed by the terrorists in the city of Quetta in Pakistan, that lead to the martyrdom and wounding of a huge number of innocent people. This crime is part of sequence of organized assaults against the followers of the Ahlul-Bait (peace be upon them).

As we ask the Almighty Allah to send His mercy on the souls of the martyrs and to grant the wounded fast recovery, we condemn this crime and all crimes that were committed by the terrorist groups. These crimes violate all humane criterion and values, and they tarnish the image of Islam and the name of the Prophet (peace be upon him and his holy progeny). We hold the Pakistani government responsible for protecting its own innocent citizens and to bring the perpetrators to justice. We also consider the silence of the Muslim dignitaries and foundations and the carelessness of the international community as important factors that encourage the terrorists to continue shedding blood of innocent people.

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What is the punishment for masturbation?

Masturbation is prohibited, and one can relieve himself from the divine punishment by asking Him for forgiveness and repenting to Him.

Can visible stubble on one’s face be consider as a beard? Is it permissible to keep such stubble without letting the hair grow any longer?

We cannot determine whether the said length of hair suffices for it to be considered a beard in the conventional sense. It is convention that will determine what a beard is. Apparently, the trimming undertaken at the lowest level of the conventional beard trimmer does not satisfy the minimum length of a beard.

Does Islam allow the wife to have the power to divorce her husband?

Islam has not established marriage in such a way. Islam has legislated marriage in a manner that gives the husband the right of divorce, as well as the financial obligations and other responsibilities.

Is it obligatory to pay khums on what is spent on prohibited expenses, such as paying a barber to shave one's beard?

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Is it permissible to pay Zakat al-Fitra to a needy person who did not fast the month of Ramadan?

If the needy person did not fast during the holy month for a valid reason accepted by the Sharia, then it is permissible to give him Zakat al-Fitra. If he abstained from fasting without a justifiable reason, then it is not permissible to pay it to him based on an obligatory precaution.

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