A woman used to take some of the camel wool, according to the order of the mother of the owner without his knowledge
A woman says that she used to take some of the camel wool, according to the order of her mother-in-law. These camels were in the possession of the brothers of her mother-in-law.
Some people said at that time that if the camels drank from the water they had, their wool, hair and milk became Halal (permissible). Did I make a mistake, respected Shaykh, in taking some of the wool?
If the owners of the camels permitted this woman to take some of the wool, and they knew and said nothing, there would be nothing wrong in taking the wool to use it. But, she is not permitted to take this wool without knowledge or agreement of the owners of the camels. She should try to get their permission for what was previously done and not (Part No. 11; Page No. 207) to do this again unless they agree. If the camels drank the water of people who did not possess them, this did not permit them to use their milk, wool, hair and so on, without the permission and approval of their owners.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and Companions.