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18 fatwas

  • Drinking in copper vessels Date: 9-9-2017

    What is the Islamic ruling regarding using copper vessels to drink water? Is it permissible or impermissible? .. More

  • Using glass or clay utensils that have cracks Date: 9-1-2017

    Is it true that utensils made of glass or clay that are broken from the corner or somewhere else must be cast off? Is there a hadith that says something like that? .. More

  • Drinking in glass vessels Date: 19-4-2016

    Some people say that drinking from a cup made of glass is from the Sunnah, but I have not taken that as correct because I read in so many historical books about the era and the life of Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu ʻalayhi wa sallam,but none of those books told us that he ever used the cup made of glass. Nevertheless, when I read the history of.. More

  • Utensils used at time of Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam Date: 19-3-2016

    What kind of utensils were used in the era of Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam? Did they use ceramic ware? .. More

  • Drinking from a cup from which a drunkard drank Date: 25-8-2015

    When a drunken person drinks from a certain cup, is it permissible for me to drink from the same cup? .. More

  • Using utensils with golden streaks Date: 28-1-2014

    Some kitchen utensils, such as tea cups, are decorated with golden streaks. Sometimes, the seller asserts that these streaks are of pure gold and therefore they are expensive. At other times, however, the price does not reflect that these streaks are of gold because they are cheap. What is the Sharee‘ah ruling on using such utensils? .. More

  • Using empty wine bottles from a Sharee‘ah perspective Date: 20-1-2014

    Is it lawful to use empty wine bottles for drinking water at home? .. More

  • Using utensils which are used for pork Date: 4-4-2013

    Is it permissible to use choppers and cutting tools which are used for pork after washing them with water and soap? Would you please mention the evidence? May Allaah Reward you. .. More

  • Water left uncovered overnight may be used for ablution or cooking Date: 29-12-2012

    assalam alaykum.dear sheikh,is it true that there is a night in which calamity descends hence we are required to cover our vessel and containers?what is the ruling of water left uncovered throughout the night?is it permisible to make ablution with it or cooking?.. More

  • A Muslim woman sharing cutlery with a non-Muslim woman Date: 20-5-2009

    Assalamu alaykum, is it acceptable in islam to share the same cutlery with a non muslim sister in a same container... More

  • Using wooden spoons Date: 19-4-2006

    We heard the wooden utensils are Haraam. But what about the use of wooden spoons for non sticky utensils. Because can't use the usually steel or aluminum spoons in such. .. More

  • The ruling on washing the clothes of a Muslim with the clothes of a non-Muslim Date: 23-3-2006

    Is it permissible for a non-Muslim maid to wash her clothes in the same washing machine but not at the same time? She fist washes her clothes, then we wash the basin with water and then we wash our clothes. Are the clothes in this way pure or not pure? It should be noted that the maid is from the people of the book (Christian). .. More

  • The use of gold and silver plated items Date: 20-2-2005

    As far as I know, Islam has prohibited the use of gold and silver utensils, and of pure silk spreads in the Muslim house. Islam forbade us to drink or eat from gold or silver dishes or to wear silken garments or to sit on silken cloth. Islam also forbade men to use golden pen, golden watches, gold cigarette cases and lighters, golden cutlery... More

  • Using empty bottles previously used for Haram purpose Date: 2-4-2003

    What about using empty wine-whisky-bottles for soft drinks at home or olive oil for example.Thank you... More

  • Using silver utensils of any kind Date: 24-11-2002

    I know it is forbidden to eat or drink in silver utensils. What about silver trays, silver-plated trays, and other utensils?.. More