All Fatawaas

Aberrant Opinion in Islamic Jurisprudence and Ruling on Following it You have stated in some fatwas on your website that it isn`t permissible to deliver fatwas based on aberrant opinions. Could you clarify what you mean by "Aberrant opinion"? And whether not following the four Madhabs (Schools of thought) is an aberrant opinion or not, because some Muslim countries follow the opinion of Ibn Taymyah who considers three divorces in one sitting as only one valid divorce? Is this fatwa aberrant? • Read More
Seeking Fatwa from Expert Scholars is Obligatory What is the opinion of the General Iftaa` Department as regards religious and Fatwa programs broadcasted by some satellite channels which issue different Fatwas about the same topic, causing confusion to people? Are such channels permitted to issue Fatwas? • Read More
Ruling on Learning Logic Is it permissible to learn Logic, and to teach the principles of jurisprudence that are influenced by it ? • Read More
Difference of Opinion in Fiqh Matters is a Mercy Difference in Fatwa(Islamic scholarly opinion) amongst scholars has led to confusing average Muslims and drove some zealous men of the faith to propose uniting Muslims on one Madhab(School of thought). Is this applicable? • Read More
Jurisprudential Disagreement is Praised At present, different Fatwas are delivered, what do you make of that? • Read More
Is everyone obligated to follow the fatwas of his country, and if we adopt the fatwas of scholars of other countries, is it considered a sin? • Read More
Uniting Fatwas Bodies Fatwas differ from a country to another; don't you think that it's time to form an Arab Iftaa Council to control that? • Read More
The Spread of Fatwa Via the Internet We have noticed the spread of invalid Fatwas via internet and websites of some Muslim scholars. What is the impact of such a phenomenon ? • Read More
Could the Authentic Hadiths Contradict the Glorious Quran? Some people claim that if the Prophetic Hadiths don`t agree with the Quran, then they shouldn`t be acted upon. Is this true? • Read More