Latest .Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research Books

 

Is a woman’s voice ‘awrah?

 

Did the Prophet Meet the Jinn

 

How the Shaytaan Finds His Way into Somebody’s Heart

 

Jinn Mingle with Mankind

 

Exorcising a Jinn by Burning the Body It Occupies

 

Legal Rulings Related to Zakaat al-Fitr

 

Miscellaneous Fatwas (Jumada Al-Awwal) – Women studying medicine

 

Volume 1: Soothsaying – Consulting a doctor who treats patients with Arabic medicines

 

Volume 1: Soothsaying – Consulting a doctor who treats patients with Arabic medicines

 

Volume 1: Jinn – Seeking treatment from being possessed by jinn at practitioners of Arab medicine

 

Volume 1: Soothsaying – Consulting a practitioner of Arab medicine

 

Valentines Day – Legal Ruling

 

Non-Muslim entering a Masjid – The Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research

 

Volume 1: Taghut Meaning and ruling – Is everything worshiped besides Allah considered Taghut

 

Volume 1: Exaggeration regarding graves – Taking graves as places of worship

 

Volume 1: Kufr – Believing in Muhammad then associating others in worship with Allah

 

Miscellaneous Fatwas (Jumada Al-Thany) – Oneness of Allah’s Lordship and Worship

 

Ramadan Fatwas – Merit of fasting Ramadan and spending the nights in worship with important rulings

 

Miscellaneous Fatwas (Rabi` Al-Thany) – Ruling on stopping mechanical ventilation and circulatory support at the cessation of heartbeat

 

The entire month of Shawwāl is a time for fasting the six days – Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research

 

Must the six days of Shawwāl be fasted directly after ‘Eid day? by Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research

 

Deserving recipients of Zakāt-ul-Fiṭr by Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research

 

URDU: Fatawa Islamia 1 by Shaykh Bin Baaz, Shaykh Uthaymeen, Shaykh Abdullah Al Jibreen

 

URDU: Kharji Firqe Ki Pehchan by Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research

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