A sermon which calls us to reflect with the changing of seasons and Fiqh rulings pertaining to winter
A series of twenty-one lessons explaining the Chapter of Purification from Umdat Al-Ahkaam. This is a collection of Hadeeth from Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree & Muslim, but specific to Fiqh of Tahaarah.
This issue of wiping over ones shoes and sock during Ablution is important during winter and also in the West, where many Muslims work throughout the day
I recite the legislated ruqyah (invocation) upon water, and then drink from it, and also bathe with it. So, is there anything wrong in [using this water for] bathing?
The Tawaaf of the [Ka’bah] is [like] the Salaah, as has been established from the Hadeeth of Aa’ishah [radiyAllaahu anhaa] which is narrated in the two Saheehs.
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.
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?