He claimed that the deceased owed him money, but he has no proof. Are the heirs obliged to pay him anything?
Actions of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him): prescriptive, non-prescriptive and exclusive to him
The difference between riba-based banks and Islamic banks
The virtue of qiyaam al-layl
A woman with istihaadah (irregular bleeding) who had a regular cycle should stop praying at the time when she used to get her menses, whether at the beginning of the month, in the middle or at the end
Her nifaas is intermittent and the bleeding is very light. Should she fast?
Her menses ended but there is still some blood in the urine; should she fast?
The post-partum bleeding (nifaas) stopped, then she saw some drops of blood; what is the ruling on her fasting in that case?
If someone is sick and unable to move, and the time for prayer comes and it is not possible to do wudoo’ and pray, what should he or she do?
What should a menstruating woman do when there is an eclipse?
What is the evidence for the maximum length of menses being fifteen days, and what is the maximum length of tuhr (purity)?
Does blood in the vagina come under the same ruling as menstrual blood even though it has not yet come out?
Ruling on a woman who leads her relatives in praying Taraweeh when she is menstruating, and ruling on the prayer of those who prayed behind her
She is menstruating and is asking him to touch her private part when he is fasting
She prays and fasts when there is brownish or yellowish discharge at the time of her period; what should she do?
She is confused about purity following menses; what should she do?
Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to touch the colour-coded tajweed Mushaf?
Her period is not regular
Ruling on taking birth control pills before the farewell tawaaf