Some rulings for adolescents
How should she do wudoo’ on her wedding day, after she has put make-up on?
Widespread tribulation is a sign of the approach of the Hour, so why will Allah punish those who cause it, if He has willed that their deeds should be a sign of the Hour?
Ruling on working in marketing for a health organisation whose activities also include euthanasia
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
It is not permissible to wipe over the khuffayn or socks unless one put them on in a state of complete purity
Ruling on playing games in which there are celebrations of non-Muslim festivals
How should he do wudoo’ and pray when he has a cast on his right arm?
His wife torments his daughter from another wife, and he has a son from her, and he is confused as to how he should deal with her
Whispers of the Shaytan Concerning the Steadfastness of Non-Muslims and their Self-Sacrifice for their Cause
Her husband mistreats her and forces her to work, and he refuses to divorce her, and she is in a country where there are no sharee‘ah courts
A Muslim was buried in a Christian graveyard, and no funeral prayer was offered for him. What should they do?
She wants to leave the land of disbelief and go back to her family, but they refused to let her do so. What should she do?
She ran away from her family’s home and married a Christian; is she entitled to a share of her father’s estate?
Ruling on masturbation and how to cure the problem
Dreams and dream interpretation
What are the rights of the husband and what are the rights of the wife?
The Evil Eye and Protection Against it
Ruling on music, singing and dancing
Where is the soul, and what happens to it, after a person has died and before he is buried?
The difference between love and a haraam relationship
Rulings on menstruation
The Muslim Home – 40 recommendations
Taking care of the home and family is the most significant means of building a Muslim society. This book discusses Islamic guidelines for soundness of homes and families, as a step towards reforming neighbourhoods, then society as a whole, by Allah’s leave.
Some of them simply make it an occasion to gather and read the story of the Mawlid, then they present speeches and qaseedahs (odes) for this occasion. Some of them make food and sweets etc., and offer them to the people present. Some of them hold these celebrations in the mosques, and some of them hold them in their houses.