Is it acceptable to feed children when feeding the poor as an act of expiation (kafaarah)?
He has money that he put into a business partnership with his brother, and he has some savings; how should he pay zakaah on his wealth?
He has a sickness that makes him unable to remember the number of rak‘ahs and prostrations; should he do the prostration of forgetfulness?
Can a poor child be given food that is given as an act of expiation (kafaarah)? Does the value of the food given as expiation matter, if the person is in a rich country and gives the expiation in a poor country?
Is there any difference between tahajjud and qiyaam al-layl?
Is it essential for him to stay with the imam until the end of Taraweeh prayer in order to be rewarded?
Praying Taraweeh in the mosque in congregation is better than praying at home
The virtue of Taraaweeh prayers
Always reciting Qunoot in Witr every night
Going around to different mosques in order to have more focus (khushoo’) in prayer
Carrying a Mus-haf with a Tafseer whilst praying qiyaam al-layl
If he finishes praying Taraweeh with the first imam, will the reward of praying qiyaam all night be recorded for him?
He led his wife and children in praying qiyaam al-layl and did not recite out loud
Going around to different mosques looking for a beautiful voice
Paying attention to the weak such as the elderly and others in Taraweeh prayers
Women taking their children to the mosque with them for taraweeh prayer
Taraweeh prayer for one who is travelling
The ahaadeeth about the virtue of praying qiyaam all the nights of the week are false
Reading from the Mus-haf in Taraweeh prayer