If someone usually prays Witr with eleven rak‘ahs and gets up for a third rak‘ah by mistake, can he regard it as Witr?
Expiation for a woman who had intercourse with her husband during the day in Ramadan and is unable to fast
Ruling on putting Maghrib and ‘Isha’ together and praying Taraweeh in a country where the red afterglow takes a long time to disappear
Ruling on inhaling Turkish coffee whilst fasting to give himself energy for his work
Taking pills to prevent period in the last ten days of Ramadaan
Perfume spray reaches his throat without any intention on his part
Wet dream during the day in Ramadaan, and the meaning of the hadeeth “Bad dreams come from the Shaytaan”
Uttering the intention to fast out loud is an innovation (bid’ah)
Uncertain of the number of rak’ahs
Should a worshipper do sujood al-sahw in a naafil prayer?
Their imam forgot a prostration then he repeated the rak’ah, but some of them did not repeat it
He did the first sajdah of sujood al-sahw (prostrations for forgetfulness in the prayer), then he remembered that he did not do anything that required sujood al-sahw
What is to be said in the prostration of forgetfulness and the prostration of recitation?
Should a latecomer count an extra rak’ah done with the imam?
Should he take his cue from the person next to him if he is unsure about the number of rak’ahs?
What should be said in the two prostrations of forgetfulness and in between them?
Should a person do the prostration of forgetfulness for absentmindedness?
Reasons for doing the prostration of forgetfulness
Not doing sujood al-sahw in order to ward off waswaas (insinuating whispers from the Shaytaan)
What is the ruling on sahw (forgetfulness) in prayer?
Is there a Tashahhud after Sujood al-Sahw?
Can sujood al-sahw be made up for later?
Sujood Ul-Sahw if in doubt while praying