Fatwa fi Hukm Shorb Ad-Dukhan
The aforementioned title covers the Fatawa regarding smoking given by three scholars
Sheikh Muhammad bin Ibrahim Aal Sheikh, Abdul Rahman bin Nasir al-Sa'adi and Ibn Baz
Paperback 49 Pages
ISBN : 9960110419
Publisher : Dar Al-Baseerah, Egypt
About The Book
Smoking has not been mentioned during the period of Islamic Fiqh (jurisprudence), in which the Shariah was formalized and classified. However, following generations of Fiqh scholars took it upon themselves to study the practice of smoking, since it appeared to be an underlying cause of increasing occurrences of acts of disobedience.”
This was certainly not an impediment. However, scholars have not reached a consensus. Some consider it Haram (forbidden), while others – Makrooh (disliked). Each opinion mentions the sins, with which smoking is associated, and justifies it with Daleel (proof). Following is an analysis of the ruling that considers smoking Haram and substantiates this claim. Allah knows best.
Smoking Being Haram Based on research, medical doctors report that smoking is harmful to health in general and is the cause of some 25 different illnesses.
Hence, scholars categorize it as Haram, based on Prophet’s (sa) Hadith:
“There should be no damage made and no causing of damage.” (Ibn Majah)
Besides, Allah in Quran forbids believers to harm themselves:
“And do not kill yourselves (or one another). Indeed, Allah is to you ever merciful.” (An-Nisa 4:29)
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