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  • Doing istikhara for Islamic rulings?

    I've been confused for over a month about a ruling in which even scholars seem to to be split in half about it. SO I was wondering if I could do istikhara to be sure which is the right ruling on a matter in which it is not clear.
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    Re: Doing istikhara for Islamic rulings?

    Yes, you can.

    Even if its jus a matter of ikhtilaaf.

    Although, if something is doubtful, it is better that one leaves it.

    You should've posted this in Abu Mus'ab's thread, woould've got a better answer from him.
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      Re: Doing istikhara for Islamic rulings?

      Depends on what the ruling is.what exactly is the issue?assalamalaikum
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