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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?.
A fabricated hadeeth about praying two rak‘ahs every Thursday during Sha‘baan.
The Sunnah of raising the hands when saying takbeer in the janaazah (funeral) prayer.
Etiquette, Morals and Heart-Softeners
Etiquette of sneezing
Is it prescribed for a person who sneezes, when he praises Allah, to say “Yarhamuk Allah (May Allah have mercy on you)” to himself?.
Should the one who sneezes and does not praise Allaah be reminded?.
He sneezed whilst he was praying – should he say al-hamdu Lillaah?.
Ruling on saying al-hamdu Lillah after sneezing when praying.
The etiquette of sneezing: praising Allaah, saying “May Allaah have mercy on you” and responding to the one who says that.
If he sneezes or hears a donkey braying whilst praying, should he say the dhikr narrated in the Sunnah? .
Saying “Yarhamuk Allaah (May Allaah have mercy on you)” to one who sneezes.
Why do Muslims say “Al-hamdu Lillah” after they sneeze?.
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