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He does not pray in the Prophet’s Mosque so that he can pray behind an imam who he thinks helps him to have better khushoo‘ (focus) in his prayer.
She has been sick for three years and did not fast.
Should he fast on the fifteenth of Sha’baan even if the hadeeth is da'eef?.
Her sister has Down’s syndrome; does she have to offer expiation because of not fasting?.
Ijmaa‘ (scholarly consensus): definition, types and conditions.
Laylat al-Nusf min Sha’baan (the middle of Sha’baan) should not be singled out for worship.
The difference between major hypocrisy and minor hypocrisy.
What is the ruling on one who was born to Muslim parents then apostatised before or after reaching puberty?.
She does not distinguish between secretions from the vagina that invalidate wudoo’ and sweat.
Is it true that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) used to accumulate naafil fasts and make them up in Sha‘baan?.
Fiqh of the family
He issued a conditional divorce in a state of extreme anger in which he almost lost his mind.
His wife is accusing him of harassing her sister and he said to her: If I touch your sister then our marriage is invalid. Then he touched her again with desire.
Ruling on one who utters words of kufr under the influence of drugs; ruling on marriage of such a person.
Can zihaar occur before consummation of the marriage? What is the ruling on one who divorced his wife by zihaar if he has intercourse with his wife before offering expiation?.
Talaaq of one who is mentally ill.
He divorced her via text message several times, and when she was menstruating, and when he was angry.
She got married a second time for the purpose of going back to her first husband.
Divorcing (talaaq) three times based on a belief that it is obligatory.
He divorced her five times on various occasions.
He divorced his wife irrevocably then died during her ‘iddah.
He Divorced Her Several Times and She Doesn't Know if She's Still His Wife or Not.
He divorced his wife to prove to his family that he's not scared of her while not wanting to do so.
Getting a civil divorce to avoid prison for the husband who has another wife.
Ruling on one who says “Harramt (she is haraam to me)” but does not intend to divorce.
He uttered the word of divorce (talaaq) whilst explaining the rulings on divorce and its wording to his wife.
He divorced his wife (talaaq) five times!.
He divorced her a third time during a period of purity in which he had had intercourse with her.
When taking the wife back (following a revocable divorce), it is not essential that the wife know.
He divorced his wife three times in a state of extreme anger.
She insisted on asking him for a divorce so he divorced her without really intending it.
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