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How can a seeker of knowledge make a schedule to organise his time?.
After becoming Muslim, should she ask those who were her friends in the past to remove pictures of her that they have on Facebook?.
Announcing wedding invitations in the mosque.
Does carrying a child on whom there is some najaasah (impurity) render the prayer and wudoo’ invalid?.
If someone loses his wudoo’ whilst praying and goes and does wudoo’, can he resume his prayer from where he left off or should he start all over again?.
Is there a specific age at which animals may be slaughtered?.
He does not have any children and he wants to give his wealth to his wife and his brother’s daughter and donate the rest to charity.
The wisdom behind the Prophet’s marrying more than four wives.
Is it permissible to buy the house that was bequeathed to some of the heirs and not others without their consent?.
Wife's Prayers When Visiting Husband Living in Another State.
Principles of Fiqh
Jurisprudence and Islamic Rulings
Acts of Worship
Her husband forced her to swear an oath telling the truth concerning some sin she committed in the past.
He said to his wife: It is haraam for us to speak to one another if you go to such and such a place.
Is Vowing Part of Repentance?.
Is there any kafaarah (expiation) for a vow to commit sin?.
He vowed not to buy meat.
The days do not have to be consecutive when fasting for kafaarat al-yameen .
Praise your Lord for His guidance.
A vow does not become binding by mere intention.
She vowed to marry off her daughter for a large dowry and now she wants to reduce it.
She vowed to beat her son .
She swore to leave her husband – what is the ruling on that?.
You do not have to offer kafaarah (expiation) if you did not swear an oath.
He wants to give up smoking; can he swear an oath concerning himself? .
Can he pay money for kafaarat al-yameen because nowadays it is more beneficial than food? .
His mother swore that she would never give him money, then she wanted to give him.
The amount of kafaarat al-yameen (expiation for unfulfilled oath) and the ruling on paying it in cash.
Should he fulfil his promise to an idol-worshipper?.
He said to his wife: You will be haraam for me if you do such and such.
Is it permissible to change a vowed action to something better? .
Her mother died and she had vowed to sacrifice a sheep; can her daughter give the cash value instead?.
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