Should one who does not pray be treated as an apostate?
Fard (obligatory) prayer takes precedence over nafl (supererogatory) prayer, carries more weight, and it is greater in reward
The virtue of one who regularly offers the five daily prayers and does them as enjoined
Ruling on one who offers an udhiyah but does not pray
Her husband’s father does not pray because he denies that it is obligatory; how should she interact with him?
He has repented from not praying or giving zakaah; does he have to make them up?
She stopped praying when she was sick, then she died; do her heirs have to do anything?
Response concerning the hadeeth of ‘Ubaadah ibn as-Saamit which appears to suggest that the one who does not pray does not become a disbeliever
She is pregnant and she did not pray for nine months, then she repented. What is the ruling on her marriage?
Those who say that the one who does not pray is a kaafir and those who say that he is not a kaafir both claim that there is consensus on their point of view; how are we to understand the claim of consensus on both their parts?
Will every Muslim enter Paradise, even if he was a hypocrite or did not pray or committed shirk?
If the spouses were not praying at the time of the marriage contract, do they have to renew the marriage contract?
He is mentally ill and does not pray or fast; what is the ruling?
How can he advise someone who is falling short with regard to prayer?
A hadeeth for which there is no basis warning those who do not offer the five daily prayers