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The Ruling on Attributting Kinship to an Abandoned Infants Whom One Has Adopted as a Son
The Ruling on Attributting Kinship to an Abandoned Infants Whom One Has Adopted as a Son
he following question was received by the General Presidency for Administrations of Scientific Researches, Religious Verdicts, Preaching and Guidance:
A man Asks: "We bring to your attention the case of one of our relatives who adopted an abandoned male child brought him up, educated him and acted with kindness towards him. Acting upon his onw judgement and out of affection, he named him Yusuf, then the adopted father died in Az-Zubair without children to inherit from him and the (adopted) son became of legal age and entered the Dhahram Technical Institute. The family members consulted each other over changing the name of the child; some of them were of the opinion that his name should be changed, while others did not think that it was important and feared the mixing up of family trees and mistakes in inheritance. I request that you deliver a legal judgement for me on this matter, so that we may proceed in the light of ruling."

Tags : lawaris nomolod bacha, abandoned infant, nasb ki tarf mansob kerna, attributting kinship, rishtydar, relative
You Must Turn to Allah Repentance and Seek His Forgiveness
You Must Turn to Allah Repentance and Seek His Forgiveness
A woman found a piece of gold in the Sacred City of Makkah, she took it and added it to her gold and sold it all. Later, she regretted this, so what is incumbent upon her, may Allah reward you with goodness?

Tags : touba kerna, repentance, astagfarseek forgiveness, sona, gold
He Returned, But He Did Not Find Him
He Returned, But He Did Not Find Him
I built a house for myself for four years ago, I purchased marble for the walls and there remained the sum of one thousand five hundred Riyals outstanding to the owner of the marble's account. But when I went after some time to pay the sum, I did not find the owner of the first establishment, but it had been transferred to the property of another person. How can I pay the money to the previous owner of the establishment, bearing in mind that I purchased the marble from an employee in the establishment, not from the owner directly, so I do not know the owner of the establishment personally, since my dealings were directly with the employee. I have asked about the previous owner of the establishment, but I did not receive any answer - and I have tried more than once? I request you to kindly inform me what is the legal way to pay this sum, so that I may absolve myself of responsibility in the matter. May Allah reward you with the best of rewards.

Tags : sang e marmar, marble, qeemat, price, sadqah, charity
He made Inquiries About Him But He Did not Find Him
He made Inquiries About Him But He Did not Find Him
I used to work in Jordan before the year 1950 C.E. and I went on vacation to the kingdom and purchased a wool clock from my colleague, whose name was 'Ubaid Al-Mutairi for the sum of fifteen Jordanian Dinars, on the understanding that I would pay him this sum after I return from my vacation. So I left, and when I returned from my vacation, I did not find my colleague from whom I had purchase the cloak. I asked about him and was told that he had gone on holiday to Kuwait, but he did not return. After that, I left my job in Jordan and returned to the Kingdom, having left my address with my other colleagues there, so that they might inform him if he should return, but he has no contacted me, nor requested his right since that time, and I do not know anything about him whatsoever, so I do when I am indebted to this man for the sum of fifteen Jordanian Dinars?

Tags : talash kerna, inquiry about, sathi, colleague, sadqah, charity
It is Lawful to Give Charity on Their Behalf
It is Lawful to Give Charity on Their Behalf
A number of years ago, I took the sum of one hundred Saudi Riyals from a number of my colleagues, after which, I traveled to another area and forgot those colleagues and they also forgot me. Now I do not know where they are, so what should I do with the sum of money which is my responsibility? Inform me and may Allah reward you with goodness.

Tags : sathi, colleague, sadqah, charity
Lost Property in the Sacred Places
Lost Property in the Sacred Places
A person found a watch in the Sacred City of Makkah and it has been with now for over four years. What is the solution regarding it? Should he return it to the Sacred City again, or give its value in charity to one of the poor, having established its worth with the watch sellers? May Allah reward you with the greatest goodness.

Tags : luqtah, lost property, haram, sacred place, qeemat, price
He Sold a Cow and it Returned to Him
He Sold a Cow and it Returned to Him
A man said that he sold a cow to a man whom he did not know, then the cow bolted from the house of the buyer to his house, and since he did not know the buyer, he sold it (again) and consumed its price. He asks now what must he do it consequence?

Tags : farokht shudah gai, sold cow, wapis lout aana, returns, luqtah
What should a Person do, Who Finds Lost Property?
What should a Person do, Who Finds Lost Property?
A righteous man was traveling on the road and he found a sum of money but he did not find anyone to claim it, so he is asking what he should do with it?

Tags : luqatah, lost property, safar, travel, elaan, announce
The Ruling on Lost Property Which Has not Been Announced
The Ruling on Lost Property Which Has not Been Announced
I found a sum of Riyals and I took it and spent it; what should I do now?

Tags : luqatah, lost property, sadqah, charity, elaan, announce
Lost Property Must be Announced for a Whole Year
Lost Property Must be Announced for a Whole Year
I found some lost gold and sold it and then gave its value in charity, and my intention when doing so was - if I found its owner - and he did not accept this, that I give him its value, because I found it in the middle of a big city. Am I guilty of any sin in doing this?

Tags : giri howi cheez, lost property, elaan, announce, sadqah, charity

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