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The Prophet (PBUH) has mentioned the three times in a day where it is forbidden to pray. What happens when we enter a masjid and want to pray tahiyatul masjid a few minutes before maghrib?
Each prayer has a sunnah prayer attached to it. We know that Dhur prayer has 4 raka’hs sunnah prior. How should these 4 rak’ahs be performed?
In Islam we are encouraged to meet a potential spouse in the presence of a Mahram and get to know them. Many ahadith encourage looking at and physically meeting a potential spouse.
Almost all Muslim homes are decorated with Calligraphy of Quranic Verses. The idea behind these decorations is to remind us of the message & meaning of those verses. They don't necessarily bring barakah just because they are hung on the walls of our home.
This issue is happening with brexit and around the world when you take a loan in dollars but they pay you in pounds. When it comes to money exchange it is given hand to hand immediately, and it has to be exact same quantity and in same currency it was received in.
One of the worst traits a person can have is to speak ill behind someone's back when they cannot defend themselves. It is important we realize and accept that at some point even those with good character have gossiped and have been sinful.
When you want to do something for the sake of Allah, it should truly be for the sake of Allah. You have to struggle and strive to please Allah primarily. Everything else needs to be a secondary intention. Your prime focus should be pleasure of Allah by performance of a good deed. Your focus cannot be weight-loss primarily. When you are fasting for the sake of Allah, what you do during the fast matters. You are not just starving yourself from food. You have to change your attitude. Shaykh Abu Eesa answers and explains..
After marital relations you are in a state of ritual impurity (called Janaba where recitation of Qur'an is not allowed) which is different from the state of menstruation. During menstruation even though there is a difference of opinion you are allowed to recite Quran without touching it physically. Some ulema even encourage it.
A vast majority of scholars prefer washing feet during Wudu. It is the asal and the basic principle. But let's also remember it is sunnah to wipe over socks.
Bid’ah has always been known by most to be something negative. Anything the Prophet (ﷺ) did not do or Allah (SWT) has not instructed us to do, we must not do any of it. However, scholars have discussed in regards to differentiating between a ‘good Bid’ah’ and a ‘bad Bid’ah.'
If Allah has predestined everything, then what is the point of doing anything? Do we even have free will if everything we do is already written and known by Allah?