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How to Contact the Ifta’ Department

Ways to communicate with al-Ifta’ Department and its offices in the governorates

Regional Office

Telephone

 

Amman

 

06/2000166

 

 

Irbid

 

06/2000166

5137

Ar-Ramtha

 

06/2000166

5119

 

DairAbiSa’eed

 

06/2000166

5129

 

Al-Zarqa

 

06/2000166

5115

Al-Mafraq

 

06/2000166 

5114

Jarash

 

06/2000166 

5118

Ajloun

 

06/2000166

5113

Al-Balqa’a

 

06/2000166

5108

DairAlaa

 

06/2000166

5124

 

Madaba

 

06/2000166 

5125

Al-Karak

 

06/2000166 

5111

Al-Tafila

 

06/2000166 

5123

Ma’an

 

06/2000166 

5121

Al-Aqapa

 

06/2000166 

5122

The department’s email

[email protected]

 

 

General Ifta’

 

P.O.Box of the General Ifta’ Department: Jabal al Husain P.O.Box (922607) Zip Code (11192)

SMS Service

 

 

Through E. Government

Press 122, leave a space, write your question, then send to number 94444

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Press 121, leave a space, write the letter A, then send to the number 94444

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Summarized Fatawaa

Is it permissible for a woman to wear colored lenses?

Wearing colored lenses for treatment is permissible, and wearing them as an adornment is also permissible, provided that she isn`t seen while having them on by non-Mahrams(Marriageable men).

What is the amount of the Fitr Zakah(obligatory charity) of Ramadhaan?

The Fitr Zakah of Ramadhaan is a Sa`(2500 grams) from what the people of that country or state eat the most.

What are the benefits of slaughtering an Aqeeqah?

All Perfect Praise be to Allah, The Lord of The Worlds, and may His Peace and Blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all of his family and companions.

Extending thanks to Allah for His grace, expressing happiness for having a newborn, declaring lineage, and feeding the mother to compensate for the blood that she had lost during delivery.

What is the expiation for breaking fast due to being on a journey, or being sick, or being in a state of menstruation?

No expiation is due on the aforesaid categories, but they are obliged to make up for the missed fast. However, if any of them failed to do so while being able to, and the next Ramadhaan has come, then making up for those days is incumbent on him/her , and paying the ransom as well.