And we would place a line above the words – intending [by doing so] to draw attention to them, in accordance with the principle of the Muslim authors.
Certainly, placing the line above the words you want to draw attention to is from the manner of our scholars, in line with the manner of the scholars of hadeeth.
If two people have a dispute, is it permissible for one of them to go to a kafir court in order to get his right that he would otherwise not be able to get?
The reason for the legislation of the hadeeth: «And the worst of the rows of the men are the last ones and the worst of the rows of the women are the first ones»…
If one remembers that he has not prayed the ‘Asr [prayer] until after he has prayed the Maghrib [prayer], should he pray the ‘Asr and [redo the] Maghrib or the ‘Asr [prayer] only?
After being asked general questions pertaining to elections, the last specifically related to local elections, al-Allaamah Nasiruddin al-Albaani responded…
Some students of knowledge issued a verdict permitting voting for the best of the available Christian candidates based on the premise this is from choosing the lesser of two evils.