If I was offered money [intended] to assist me, and I am aware that its source is haraam, would it be permissible for me to take it?
I am a young man who works, and I give my father my salary – even though my father always [verbally] abuses me, and accuses me of falling short in honouring him by hiding some of my salary and [instead] give it to my wife.
Is it permissible for me to donate money, which I have acquired in a prohibited manner, to my family – since it is impossible for me to return it back to its owner?
A seller who makes a mistake in calculating [the total amount due] – unintentionally gives the buyer more or less change [than he is due]; [in this case] should he give [the buyer] the remainder [of the change] or [just] keep it?
How do I rid myself of haraam wealth if it has become mixed-up with my halaal wealth which I have earnt in accordance with the Islaamic Sharee’ah?
I came across groups of people, and one of them was more stingy about [how he spent] his time than he was with his money.
I acquired some money from haraam means, and I have since repented sincerely to Allaah. After having repented, I feared [my] wealth may be a source of loss for me, as I had also gotten married using this money. I now wish to use this money and perform ‘umrah and hajj with it, so what is the opinion of the shaykh regarding that?