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?
The hadeeth of Maymoonah that the Messenger woke up and renewed the wudhoo; The sleep of the Messenger (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) does not invalidate [his] wudhoo.
[Regarding] bathing on the day of ‘Eed al-Adh.haa and ‘Eed al-Fitr, [then] there is nothing firm established about it; And the ahaadeeth in the Sunan of Ibn Maajah are weak.
Ramadaan has become a month of laziness, negligence & inactivity, such that some of these people play around in the night & sleep in the day; What guidance can you give to people?
If a man performed the Fajr prayer in a state of Tayammum because there was no water, would he then have to repeat his prayer if he [later] found water after the sun had risen?
I sent my Zakaat al-Fitr to my family in Egypt in order that they distribute it there even though I am a resident of Saudi Arabia. Is this action correct?
So what is the best way to unify them and eliminate any splitting and differing amongst them? May Allaah reward you with good.
There are things that are impermissible for the one fasting [to do] even though they do not nullify his fast. They are called “Mufattiraat Ma’nawiyyah” (figurative nullifiers).
So this Imaam, if he were to fall into an innovation or a sin that does not amount up to disbelief, then surely, prayer behind him is considered to be correct and permissible.