He cheated in his exams and got one of the highest grades and was awarded a prize for that; is it permissible for him to keep it?
Ruling on working as a security guard for a shop in which there are some haraam things
Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, does not enjoin evil
Saying “O Allah, there is no jealousy (Allahumma la hasad)”
Ruling on currency exchange when it is not possible to make the exchange hand-to-hand because of the war situation
There is no contradiction in the Qur’an; a response to apparent contradictions
Ruling on putting Qur’anic verses in a box and choosing a verse at random every morning and acting upon it
How is Soorat al-Baqarah to be recited in the home? Is it acceptable to play a recording?
The virtue of fasting six days of Shawwaal
Should he start with the six days of Shawwaal before making up missed fasts, if there are not enough days left?
Ruling on masturbation and how to cure the problem
What are the rights of the husband and what are the rights of the wife?
Dreams and dream interpretation
Ruling on music, singing and dancing
Why did ‘Eesaa say “but if You forgive them - indeed it is You who is the Exalted in Might, the Wise” [al-Maa’idah 5:118], when it would be more appropriate in the context of forgiveness to say “the Forgiving, the Merciful”?
How to pray istikhaarah
The Prophet’s Methods for Correcting People’s Mistakes
Teaching people is one of the greatest good deeds whose benefits spread to others. It is the daiy’ahs’ and educators’ share of the heritage of the Prophets and Messengers. Dealing with and correcting mistakes is also a part of sincerity in religion (naseehah) which is a duty on all Muslims. The connection between this and the concept of enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, which is also a duty, is quite obvious