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Asking for a discount

Q: Is it correct to say that it is sunnah to ask for a discount?

Performing salaah with a skirt

Q: If the dress or skirt of a Hanafi woman is above her ankles (i.e. the ankles and part of her shin are exposed), will her salaah be valid if she prays salaah after putting on socks to cover the exposed area?

Accepting a different currency from a customer and exchanging it for a better rate later on

Q: I work at the airport at a car rental. Now if a customer comes and wants to pay in Euros but we accept only Dinars, to make his work easy I take the Euros from him at the current exchange rate at the airport knowing that the exchange rate will be better outside in the city. So I accept those Euros and use my Dinars to give to the company and later take those Euros and exchange it in the market at a better rate for myself or sometimes I wait for an even better rate. Is this money halaal? 

Husband forcing wife to leave the home to work

Q: I am dentist but not interested in working. My only purpose of marriage was to serve my husband in Islamic ways, obey him and stay with his family. But his demand and wish was for me to work. He said that it doesn't matter if I go outside and remove my burkha and work. It doesn't matter if I have to discuss professional services and cases with male doctors. It doesn't matter if I have to travel alone on buses and trains or for long journeys. He just wants me to work which pleases him and makes him proud in front of friends and society.

He doesn't consider my will nor understands my view for not working. I told within a few months that when we have a baby inshallah then responsibilities will increase and I want to be at home and raise the child and serve him and take care of the home. Though, he is financially fit and earns a good salary, he and his mother always taunts me for not wanting to work.

After so much mental stress I had a miscarriage and fell very ill and decided not to work to avoid such nusiance. I was so weak and was planning for pregnancy and I told him when my bus stop comes, please come early and pick me up and while departing, he should hold my hands because I was afraid of losing a baby agian, but he never came early neither stood at the stop. Sometimes I felt like I should catch hold of the conductors hand who is non a Muslim and na mahram to avoid falling and discomfort but again held myself back because it woulld be a sin if I do so? In such situations what should I to do?

Relations with one's wife during haidh

Q: Is it haraam in Islam to do any kind of sexual behaviour with one's wife in her periods?

Reward for making an intention to give sadaqah multiple times during the day

Q: Through out the day I keep on making intention that I will give one pence of sadqah and keep the record of how many times I've said it on my notes in my phone. At the end of the day I've recorded that I've made intention of giving sadqah of 1 pence 98 times and then at the end of the day I give £0.98 in sadaqah just once.

I just want to know, do I get separate reward 98 times for making intention and writing it down as sadqah or do I get only one reward when I donate that 98 pence together at the end of the day? Is this bidah

Taking a qasm on the Quraan

Q: If one makes a promise over the Quraan, would that count as a promise? If so, what are the consequences and kaffarah of breaking it? (I have heard that one could only make a promise over Allah and nothing else).

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Various ways of earning the reward of charity

Q: If one is poor and cannot spend wealth in charity, is there any dua or tasbeeh that one may recite or any good deed that one may carry out through which one may earn the reward of charity ?

Renewing one's nikaah if wife said words of kufr

Q: Mene ek behes ke waqt keh dia apni biwi ko ke kya “tum khuda ho”

She said yes... Now the problem is that she said that she didn’t say yes but I am sure she said.

1) Is this kalimat e kufr and will the person become kafir?

2) Do I need to do renew the nikah?

3) Do I need to give a separate meher for nikah?

Working according to one's degree

Q: I am a doctor. I studied MBBS by choice and later done MD in medicine. My parents asked me my choice of doing MD medicine. I got MD medicine seat by giving money to management. My University is autonomous and have their own entrance exam. They only select students for particular degrees on the basis of donation money students have given them. Selection is not on merit. In similar way I got admission in MD medicine.

I was happy at first but later I had thoughts that it is non Islamic. I said to my parents that I want to quit as a lot of money for my degree was given so I was forced to complete my 3 years of residency in medicine.

Apart from religious thoughts, the reason for my wish to quit the degree was, I was unable to handle the pressure of continuous 48-72 hrs work. I came back home and was adamant for quitting my studies and stayed for about 9 months. This problem was taken before management and I was given concession of 12 hrs daily work.

In this way I completed my 3 years residency. Till then I was very depressed and was on antidepressants for nearly 2 years, and my wish to study further also vanished. I was given a passing degree without studying by giving money to management.

I feel I have knowledge more than MBBS but less than MD as I treated patients entirely over 3 years of residency. Is it halaal for me to continue my carrier in medicine as a job or as a private practitioner?

Kindly take note that I have a family with one child and I don't have any other qualifications for my survival. My parents don't want me to work as a MBBS doctor as my marriage was done by saying that I was doing MD medicine. If I do so, it is likely that it may cause a rift in my family. I'm not doing any job or earning since 2 years as I don't feel it halaal and my family and parents are not convinced on my job based on MBBS degree.

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