Rulings Pertaining to Prayer
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Obligatory Charity (Zakaah)
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» The Obligation of Fasting & its Virtues.
» Moon Sighting & Confirmation of the Beginning of the Month.
» What is Permitted for a Fasting Person?.
» Recommended Matters for the Fasting Person.
» Disliked Matters during Fasting and Factors that Nullify the Fast.
» Fasting of the Sick Person.
» Fasting of the Traveler.
» Issues on Fasting.
» Fasting of Women.
» Congregational Night Prayers & The Night of Decree.
» I'tikaaf (residing in the mosque for worship).
» Supererogatory Fasts.
» Expiation for Saum.
» Ruling on Major & Minor Pilgrimage (Hajj & 'Umrah).
» Types of Pilgrimage.
» Places from where Ihraam is assumed (Meeqaat).
» Prohibited Acts during Ihraam.
» Description of Major & Minor Pilgrimage.
» Mistakes committed by Pilgrims.
» Sacrificial Animal & Expiations.
He swore that he would never do a certain thing in his life, and stipulated that he would fast for thirty consecutive days if he did it, and if he did not fulfill that obligation, then he would fast for sixty consecutive days – and he has broken his
He stayed in Makkah for six months after Hajj, then he went to Madinah; does he have to do tawaaf al-wadaa‘ (farewell tawaaf)?
He left Mina, as he was “hastening on”, but he did not do the farewell tawaaf until the following day. What is the ruling on that?
He bequeathed half of his land to his sisters; should his will be executed?
He put on perfume after doing ghusl and donning the ihram garments; what should he do?
A family adopted him because his family were bad people, and they gave him their name; what are the consequences of that?
He did one of the circuits of tawaaf in Hajj going through the Hijr, then he went back to his country
Her husband’s father does not pray because he denies that it is obligatory; how should she interact with him?
They formed a business partnership; how should the profits be shared among them?
Combing the hair for a woman in ihram
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