Ask a Mufti [Complete Set in 3 Volumes]

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Muslims in every generation have been confronted with different kinds of
challenges. Nevertheless, Islam produced such luminary scholars who
confronted and responded to the challenges of their time. The scholars are
the beacon of this Ummah through whom Allah delivers guidance to people.
One of the challenges faced today is the gradual upsurge of so-called
scholars, modernists and progressive Imams who are issuing legal
verdicts that have no basis in the Quran and Sunnah. As a result of
this, they are misled and mislead others also. Considering the need of
the time, we present a collection of Fatwas entitled, "Ask A Mufti'' each fatwa endorsed by Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islam.

Enclosed in a Gift Box.


Volume 1:


About the Author






Volume 2:









Women Related Issues

Volume 3:

Lawful and Unlawful

Money and Finance


Death and Inheritance 

Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islam is an Islamic scholar and is the Founder,
Principal and Director of Jamiah Khatamun Nabiyeen (JKN), an Islamic
Institute and centre for learning in the heart of Bradford,
England, UK. He is one of the leading scholars in UK and is also recognised
internationally for his major contributions in lectures, teachings and book
writing. He is a leading scholar of classical learning in Islam and has
promoted Islamic sciences and classical teaching methodologies. He also took up
responsibilities in many other departments locally, nationally and internationally.
He is also the Editor of Al Mu'min;
the famous family magazine.

He currently holds the posts of President of Tawkkulia Jami Masjid; Chairperson of
Al-Kawthar Welfare Foundation; Chairperson of Jamiatul Ulama UK;
Vice-Chairperson of Majlis Tahaffuz-e-Khatme-Nabuwwat (Bradford) and
Vice-Chairperson of Izhar-e-Haq in Oldham. He is also the patron of Al Mu'min
Primary School, Olive Secondary Schools for both boys & girls and Al-Huda
Academy in Oldham.

Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islam is also the Founder & Patron of Jamiah
Zakariyya, situated in Biswanath, Sylhet and Jamiah Al-Kawthar, which is
situated in Netrokuna, Mymensingh as well as many other Makatibs in Bangladesh.