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Question ID  4018  -  Miscellaneous
Aoa. I saw a grasshopper outside and I picked it up and put it in my aqarium for my pet fish to eat it but afterwards I asked myself if this was fair or did I just kill a creature just for the pleasure of seeing my fish eat it. I once heard an incident when a very pious person got azab in his grave because he killed an ant for fun! So was my act okay or not?
Answer:-  You did Not commit a Haraam act.

Question ID  4001  -  Miscellaneous
Slm My Q is if someone has invested in money bonds is that allowed? And if he has won that money ( by won I mean the bonds have roped and the person wins the money)what should he do - can he give that money in charity is it valid (any kind of charity) - or can he help some where there is need for water and other daily needs Jzkl
Answer:-  Investing in bonds or shares etc depends on the activities run by the bond
or share management. If the activities are fully lawful in Islam, then the
investment is allowed and the income is lawful. If the activities include
Haraam income, then it is unlawful. The money from unlawful business must
be given to poor people.
Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  3981  -  Miscellaneous
Please give me a website where I can find all the rulings and mustahabatt for someone who wants to sacrifice an animal for Eid al Adha, he is not going to hajj.
Question ID  3964  -  Miscellaneous
Aoa. Is playing cards (taash) allowed in islam?
Answer:-  Playing cards is not allowed because it is usually used in gambling, so, even if you do not gamble, it is not allowed to play cards
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  3963  -  Miscellaneous
hijab me face to chupana ye kya quran aur hadis se milta hai? Aur jo ale Muhammad sallahu aliyhi wasalam ki bibiya face chupati thi?
Answer:-  You need to follow the Fatwa of your Marjaa of Taqleed. Usually the Fatwa is that covering the face of the female is not obligatory unless uncovering it can cause sinful though or sinful act.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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