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  1. Thank you for your post. Sounds awesome! I pray you are able to go, insha'Allah.
  2. Salaamun 'alaykum Dear Brothers and Sisters, I pray you are well. Would anyone know of Ziyarat trips/groups going to either Iran or Iraq that are travelling from the UK during Rajab/Shaban? JazakumAllah khayr.
  3. Salaam, Thank you all for taking time from your lives to respond to my question and help me understand. May Allah swt bless you eternally in abundance. Yes, it is a test of 'separation' and one I will have to be patient with. Br. etedal14, thank you for your kind explanation. However, I was never arguing or have ever complained to Allah swt as to why salah cannot be performed by menstruating women as you mentioned I have. I merely was questioning, seeking knowledge and trying to understand as my post suggested and as the Ahlulbayt (AS) have asked us to do so. May Allah swt guide us on the right path.
  4. Salaamun 'alaykum Brothers and Sisters in Faith, I'm deeply sorry if this has been posted before or answered. Under Islamic jurisprudence a women is not allowed to pray her salah during menstruation. However, I find this difficult to understand. Firstly because Salah is the Me'raj of a believer i.e. it's the pinnacle of worship, thus I do not understand why Allah swt would deny a woman that pleasure/ascension. Secondly menstruation is a natural phenomenon that Allah swt has placed upon a woman, which she has no control over. Therefore, I would be eternally grateful if someone could explain to me the philosophy behind this ruling and how it has been derived from Qur'an and ahadith. Thank you. JazakAllah Khayr
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