Fatwa: A non-binding viewpoint


In his father’s name: The Quran calls on children to be named after their biological fathers.

Juristic opinion in the Muslim legal tradition is human-made, changing over time and in different circumstances to ensure that justice is always done. 

THERE are hundreds, if not thousands of fatwas issued by the various State Fatwa Councils and the National Fatwa Council. And many of them differ from each other.

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