A pilgrim came down from ‘Arafah and did tawaaf al-ifaadah, and he did not go to Muzdalifah, or he went to it after doing tawaaf
He masturbated during Hajj and thought that his Hajj was invalidated, so he did not complete it; that was fourteen years ago
He did Hajj on its own, but he did tawaaf al-qudoom and sa‘i with the intention of ‘umrah
He lives in al-Jubayl and has family in Makkah; from where should he enter ihram for Hajj?
Should he give testimony against a Muslim who wronged a Christian and took his wealth unlawfully, or should he conceal his wrongdoing?
He gave false witness – what should he do?
Why is the witness of one man considered to be equal to the witness of two women?
Is the testimony of a person who raises pigeons acceptable?
Can the testimony of a children’s teacher be accepted?
He is outwardly Muslim but he rarely attends the mosque; should we think badly of him?
Should she testify to something that she has not been asked for but that may benefit the person against whom she is testifying?