Can woman in menses sit near the deceased and wash the deceased?
(1) When a person is passing away, is it permissible for a woman in menses to sit in the same room and make dhikr (remembrance) of Allah?
(2) Is it permissible for a woman in menses to partake in the washing of the deceased?
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Ṣalāh for a travelling female in her menses
I have read in a book that if a woman travels whilst in the state of menstruation, her travel in the state of menstruation will not be regarded as travel for the purpose of shortening the Ṣalāh. Therefore, if she exits the state of menstruation and does not travel further, she will not shorten her Ṣalāh. Please can you shed light on this issue and outline the views of the four schools of thought.
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Divorce in the state of menstruation
A husband divorced his wife three times over the past three years. However, he claims that the second divorce was given whilst his wife was in the state of menstruation, and thus he should be able to take his wife back as this divorce does not count. Is this correct? He suggests that ʿAbd Allah ibn ʿUmar (may Allah be pleased with him) divorced his wife in the state of menstruation and it was disregarded.
Woman in menses reciting Qurʾān
(1) Is it permissible for women in menses to recite the Qurʾān? Please outline the views of the four schools of thought.
(2) Is it permissible for a woman in menses to recite verses of the Qurʾān as a supplication such as those in duʿā books? Please outline the views of the four schools of thought.
Query regarding menstruating woman unable to perform ʿUmrah due to limited stay in Saudi Arabia
I have read on your website on the following link https://nawadir.org/2016/05/30/menstruating-woman-unable-to-perform-umrah-due-to-limited-stay-in-saudi-arabia/ in which you state that a menstruating woman cannot exit her Iḥrām until she performs her ʿUmrah. My question is when ʿĀʾishah (may Allah be pleased with her) was unable to perform ʿUmrah due to menstruation, the Prophet ﷺ instructed her to leave her ʿUmrah and exit Iḥrām. This suggests that it is possible to exit the state of Iḥrām without performing ʿUmrah.
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Menstruating woman unable to perform ʿUmrah due to limited stay in Saudi Arabia
I have read on the following link https://nawadir.org/2016/03/30/travelling-for-umrah-whilst-menstruating/ that a menstruating woman should enter into Iḥrām at Mīqāt and proceed to Makkah and perform her ʿUmrah after her menstruation finishes. However, I have a specific scenario which is quite common. If a woman plans to stay in Makkah for five days but her period will start two days before she arrives and her normal cycle is ten days, what should she do? Should she take the pill bearing in mind that the bleeding may not stop fully? What if she has no choice but to return from Makkah before her menstruation finishes?
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Travelling for ʿUmrah whilst menstruating
A sister is going for ʿUmrah tomorrow. Everything is booked but her menstruation has started. What does she do at Mīqāt? Does she wear her Iḥrām or not?
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