Ruling on two talaqs

Ruling on two talaqs

Question:

I am seeking advice regarding a marital issue. My husband said Talaq to me twice within 24 hours (on 2 separate accounts). He argues that he was provoked by me and said it in anger. That it was not intended. He also said he has revoked the Talaq and wants to take me back. He has since apologised and insisted that it is
permissible that we can resume marital relations. I have had no menstrual cycles since the whole incident as it all happend less than a month ago.. I will be approaching my first cycle soon. I would like to know if it is permissible for me to resume marital relations and move on from this?

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Ruling about 2% incentive on remittance given by the government of Bangladesh

Ruling about 2% incentive on remittance given by the government of Bangladesh

Question:

The Government of Bangladesh is currently giving a 2% incentive on money sent by expatriate Bangladeshis, e.g. If you are a Bangladeshi national sending money back home, the government will add 2% to your transfer. The 2% incentive will be given to remittance receivers either as cash or into their bank accounts. Is it permissible to accept that 2% incentive or will it be considered as interest?

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Importance of controlling the tongue

Importance of controlling the tongue

By Syed Hussain ibn Imamuddin


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Allah Almighty has blessed us and bestowed upon us with countless blessings and bounties. Amongst them one is the tongue.  Allah has bestowed this blessing to fulfill the multiple needs of us by utilising it in the correct manner. It plays a leading role in expressing the sorrows, laughter and tears of the human mind. It can be said the tongue is the best human resource. It can be used to utter good or bad. Duty of a Muslim is to utilise the tongue for good purposes and safeguard it from evil.

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