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Womans Guide To Hajj & Umrah By Mufti Muhammad Faruq
[#2069 2Q1 PB 382pp, A Woman's Guide To Hajj & Umrah By Mufti Muhammad Faruq Inc Q&A, Advice History]

Womans Guide To Hajj & Umrah By Mufti Muhammad Faruq
A Woman's Guide To Hajj & Umrah
By Mufti Muhammad Faruq
Paperback 382 Pages
ISBN : 9780955697319
Colour Illustrations and Modern Maps Included

About The Book
A Womans Guide To Hajj & Umrah helps to fill an often overlooked void in Shari'ah literature for the English speaking world. An example of traditional learning, Mufti Muhammad Faruq has sourced the research for this book exclusively from Qur'an, Hadith and Fiqh. He deals with every aspect of performing Hajj & Umrah for women, covers an extensive range of questions & answers and provides invaluable advice as well as a brief history of the sacred places.
The Fiqh is based on Hanafi Interpretation according to traditional traditional Indo/Pak practice, however it covers most modern issues.
A comprehensive guide to Hajj and Umran for women.

Weight: 825

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(a) Sahîh (sound) (b) Hasan (good) (c) Da’îf (weak) (d) Maudû’ (fabricated)
Only the first two kinds are held to be reliable. Precepts of the Shari’ah can be based on and inferred from only these two kinds. Hence, only the ahâdîth of these two categories are held to be the source of Islamic law. The other two kinds have little or no value especially in legal or doctrinal matters. < Read More >
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