topics having to do with treating psychological illness, such as waswasah (whispers from the Shaytaan or compulsive thoughts), anxiety, nervous breakdown, suicide, and other family problems; discussing the main problems that Muslim men and women may face in their social relationships.unfollow follow
She is going to get married, and her hymen was broken without her committing any immoral action
She is blind and she has no one to protect her and help her. Can she keep a dog that is trained for that purpose?
His problems with his maternal uncle caused him to fail his exam; can he ask him for compensation?
His mother treated him badly after he got married
Ruling on one who puts something in his back passage, and how can he be treated?
Her father is sexually attracted to her – what should she do?
She became Muslim but her family do not know and they want her to marry a non-Muslim
Delay of marriage and its connection to al-qada’ wa’l-qadar
She wants to take the notebook of her servant on the grounds that she taught her what is in it
Is it permissible for him to live with his paternal uncle who has adolescent daughters?
He wants the names of books that deal with solving social problems
He is uncertain of his wife’s virginity because there was no bleeding
Is it permissible for him to trim his beard so that he will not be exposed to harm?
Ruling on suicide and on offering the funeral prayer and praying for one who has committed suicide
She is a new Muslim and cannot control her feelings at the time of her menses
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