Maulana Shaikh Shabbir Hasan Maisami
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Name: Maulana Shaikh Shabbir Hasan Maisami
Age: NIL
Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Expertize: English, Farsi and Urdu
Question:Can I gift Quran by reciting to Shahida ne Karbala?

Ayatollah:N/A

Answer: Yes you can
Question:Our Khums date used to be the 11th of Dhul Qadah but then because the Islamic dates kept changing around we decided to follow the Gregorian calendar and set our Khums date as the 15th of August. So do we have to start counting all the income we have left over from maghrib time on the 14th or do we start counting what we have left from 00.01am on 15th August?
It’s just that we wanted to buy a wardrobe today (14th August) before maghrib but now it’s maghrib already so we were just wondering that the money we use to buy the wardrobe after maghrib, is Khums wajib on that money?

Ayatollah:Sistani

Answer: Its upon you what date and time you finalise, shariat accepts it.
Question:On a rainy day a dog was walking on the wet road and I was walking on that road. I think my sole of the slipper got najis as per the law of transferring of najasat. Plus, on another rainy day, I even stepped on poop of goat. So my slippers became najis. Now my question is that, can the sole become paak by something like walking on road and taking 40 steps or something? Please guide me with more info if answer is yes

Ayatollah:Sistani

Answer: Mutahhirat » 2. Earth

Ruling 177. Earth purifies the sole of one’s foot or shoe on four conditions:

1. the earth is pure;
2. the earth is dry;
3. based on obligatory precaution, the impurity has come onto the sole of one’s foot or shoe from the earth;
4. an intrinsic impurity – such as blood and urine – or an object that has become impure – such as mud that has become impure and is on the sole of one’s foot or shoe – is removed by walking or by rubbing the foot on earth; and in the event that the intrinsic impurity had previously been removed, then based on obligatory precaution the sole of one’s foot or shoe does not become pure by walking or by rubbing the foot on earth. Furthermore, the earth must be of soil, stone, brick, or something similar; therefore, walking on a rug, ḥaṣīr, and on grass does not purify the impure sole of one’s foot or shoe.

Ruling 178. To consider the impure sole of one’s foot or shoe as having become pure after walking on asphalt and ground paved with wood is problematic [i.e. based on obligatory precaution, it must not be considered as having become pure].

Ruling 179. In order to purify the sole of one’s foot or shoe, it is better to walk a distance of fifteen cubits (dhirāʿs)(1) or more, even if the impurity is removed by walking less than fifteen cubits or by rubbing the sole of one’s foot or shoe on earth.

Ruling 180. It is not necessary for the impure sole of one’s foot or shoe to be wet; rather, even if it is dry it becomes pure by walking.
Question:Can I do ghusl on my body when it is wet already? Or can i apply shampoo on my head and then do niyat of ghusl and perform it?

Ayatollah:Sistani

Answer: Yes you can
Question:Bohot log is baat main ikhtalaf kartay hain k agar Imam Hussain (as) k sar ne nok e neiza talawat e quran ki thi to log is moujzay se qail kiyun ni huaye thay?

Ayatollah:N/A

Answer: Remember people have never accepted faith after watching or observing mojeza.
Question:I have a question regarding the creation of the universe. The quran says that it was created in 7 days (to my knowledge) but is this ayah literal or metaphorical? And do we believe in the big bang theory or not? I'm just curious because I see ayahs talking about an inital expansion but I'm not sure if this is in reference to the big bang or not.

Ayatollah:Sistani

Answer: Bing bang is a theory neither accepted nor rejected till now. 7 days is a symbolic, not actual, as a day is calculated by the movement of sun and at that time sun was in the process of creation.
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