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How can a seeker of knowledge make a schedule to organise his time?.
After becoming Muslim, should she ask those who were her friends in the past to remove pictures of her that they have on Facebook?.
Announcing wedding invitations in the mosque.
Does carrying a child on whom there is some najaasah (impurity) render the prayer and wudoo’ invalid?.
If someone loses his wudoo’ whilst praying and goes and does wudoo’, can he resume his prayer from where he left off or should he start all over again?.
Is there a specific age at which animals may be slaughtered?.
He does not have any children and he wants to give his wealth to his wife and his brother’s daughter and donate the rest to charity.
The wisdom behind the Prophet’s marrying more than four wives.
Is it permissible to buy the house that was bequeathed to some of the heirs and not others without their consent?.
Wife's Prayers When Visiting Husband Living in Another State.
Principles of Fiqh
Jurisprudence and Islamic Rulings
Acts of Worship
Ruling on prayer in congregation
If the imam breaks his wudoo’ or remembers that he broke his wudoo’ whilst praying, it is permissible for him to appoint someone to lead the prayer for him.
He did not pray in congregation because he was afraid that it would delay healing of his feet.
Should children be stopped from coming to the mosque? .
Holding the Mus-haf for one who is following an imaam is contrary to the Sunnah .
Can women pray alongside men with a barrier?.
Praying ‘Isha’ behind someone who is praying Taraweeh or Witr.
He insists that his wife go out to pray ‘Isha’ and Taraweeh whilst he stays with his daughter.
Is there a concession allowing one who is newly married not to pray in congregation?.
Attending prayers in congregation in a mosque where women are uncovered when doing wudoo’.
Should she leave the prayer in congregation because her child cries?.
If he catches up with the imam when he is bowing, what should he do?.
Their boss does not let them offer prayer in congregation in the mosque.
Meaning of the hadeeth: “Whoever prays Fajr will be under the protection of Allaah”.
Two people entered the mosque and there was only space for one person left in the front row.
They pray in congregation at home.
A son argues with his parents about food and prayer.
He was praying a naafil prayer, then some other people prayed behind him, so he changed his intention to make it an obligatory prayer.
What is the reason why Qur’aan is recited out loud in some prayers and silently in others?.
Will a person attain the reward of being in the first row even if there is only one row in the mosque?.
Ruling on reserving a spot in the first row and staying away from it for a long time.
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