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Introduction to Islam
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
She vowed to do Hajj but she has not done the obligatory Hajj.
He vowed to fast every Monday and Thursday but he did not fast for several years .
Fasting is not sufficient when one is able to feed poor persons for kafaarat al-yameen.
She swore not to disclose a secret then she forgot and disclosed it by accident .
Punishment for not fulfilling vows .
Zihar by Wife.
He owes many expiations for breaking oaths (kafaarat yameen), and he does not know how to do it .
He made a promise to Allaah to give up sin several times but he went back to it.
Is it permissible to swear oaths in buying and selling if one is sincere?.
Broken Vows While Suffering From Waswaas.
A man made a vow when he was not in control of his feelings.
He has the habit of swearing by Allaah whether he is telling the truth or not. How can he expiate for these oaths?.
He owes many expiations for breaking oaths (kafaarat yameen) but he does not know what some of them are.
She vowed that if the arguments with her husband ceased, she would fast on Thursdays forever.
She made several vows but then forgot them .
Swearing by something other than Allaah, such as one’s father or leader, or on one’s honour and status .
She swore that she would not go to a city then she went there .
He swore oaths adjuring his children not to do certain things and the oaths were broken, but he has not offered expiation .
She said to her husband: “You are to me like my father” .
Obligation of fulfilling promises and vows.
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