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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.
Imam and congregation offering du‘aa’ together following Jumu‘ah prayer.
Fiqh of the family
She is a new Muslim and she married a man who she thought was righteous, then he mistreated her. Should she ask him for a divorce?.
He divorced her for the third time and is saying that the first divorce was during a period of purity in which he had intercourse with her.
Ruling on a divorce that was issued before consummation when the wife was menstruating.
He said to his wife: If you have problems with me I will send you your papers; does this count as divorce (talaaq)?.
He wants to take her back on condition that she give up the furniture that he put in her name.
She married him without a guardian (wali) and now she wants to leave him, but he does not want that.
Divorce by phone.
Ruling on the wife of one who reviles religion.
He said to his wife: If you check my mobile phone you are divorced.
He divorced her three times over the phone.
His wife pretended to be religious before he married her, then she became heedless about prayer after marriage; should he divorce her?.
He said to his wife: If you talk about this matter it will be the last thing between me and you… And he is not sure about his intention.
He issued a threefold divorce that So and so should not work with him in the store or else he would leave.
His wife became Muslim then she changed and got to know a non-Muslim man, and she wants a divorce.
He divorced his wife when she was in nifaas (post-partum bleeding) when she insisted on divorce.
If he said to his wife, “Israhi (you may leave),” does that count as divorce (talaaq)?.
He said to his wife: If you do this thing you will be divorced.
He said that if his wife gave birth to a third daughter he would divorce her, but he did not intend to divorce her.
She wants a divorce and is asking about the delayed portion of the mahr and household effects.
Documenting divorce in a civil, non-Islamic court.
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