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Altering the Quraan

Q: I know that the Quran has never been changed. Did it happen in the history that someone tried to change/add words to the Quran? I know for sure if someone did it, they would fail miserably and it would be discovered because Allah protects the Quran. Just asking if someone actually attempted to change it.

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Woman trimming split ends

Q: As a female, am I allowed to trim my hair because of split ends and hair breakages if a trim could make it healthier. I dont have a habit of cutting it generally.

Fidyah for missed salaah and fasts

Q: My mother was ill for the last 5 years and on 15th march 2018 she left us. Please tell us about the fidya for namaz and roza.

Sayyid marrying a non-Sayyid

Q: There is a Syed family who adopted a son whose parents are non-Muslims. The adopted son is a good practicing Muslim and he has good character as well. The family wants to marry him with a Syed zadi. Is it possible or not?

Miscarried child waiting for parents in Jannah

Q: A lady who is pregnant loses the pregnancy between 6 and 7 weeks. Does the baby also wait in Jannah for the parents as to a baby lost later in pregnancy or that is stillborn or dies in infant years?

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Leftover milk of a dog and cat

Q: Please may the general ruling on 'circumstantial evidence' relating to the Soor (leftover) of animals be explained. I heard an example of a bowl of milk and a dog, but I cannot remember the particulars. We have cats at home and I am unsure when to consider something pure or as makrooh soor (leftover). If appropriate, please may the milk/dog example also be given.

Maintaining good relations with one's father

Q: My father and I don't have to good relationship and I want a good relationship with him but I am afraid of him and we don't talk that much. I try my best to practice Islam in every way. Does that make me a bad soul?

Father getting his non-baaligh daughter married

Q: From what I have read on the internet, a father can force his daughter, if she is prepubescent, to marry someone against her consent so long as it serves a clear interest for her. This deeply disturbs me. Just because it serves an interest for her, this absolutely does not mean that she will want to be married of if she is ready for it. If she is forced to be married to someone she never wanted to be married to, then she will forever live her life being extremely depressed, resentful, and ungrateful regardless of serving an interest. This is common sense. Is there any way she can get out of a marriage she never wanted to be in?

Making a bequest for an heir

Q: I am married for the second time and have no kids from my second wife, but she has her own kids, and I have kids from my first wife. If I leave some property or wealth for my second wife in my will, what will happen to it if we both die at the same time?

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Paying VAT and customs with interest money

Q: A person does a lot of importing goods. The goods and shipping fees are paid directly to the seller. When the item enters South Africa: If the item is less than R500 in value, customs generally do not charge anything. If more, sometimes they charge exorbitant amounts, e.g. on a item I recently purchased worth R3000 they charged R2000. This amount they charge is made up of VAT and customs import duties. They also charge clearance fees which are minimal, under R100. If I pay the clearance fee with halal money and the rest with interest money, is this permissible?

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