Rulings that every Muslim should know about Zakat; set in a question and answer format, it covers many contemporary issues revolving around money, gold, silver and merchandise.
This is a brief article regarding the etiquette and procedure of washing the body of the deceased. I summarised this from “Ahkam al-Janaaiz” by al-Albani, as well as the Fatawa of Ibn Baz.
What is the ruling of inviting people for the opening of a Masjid, preparing food or holding opening ceremonies?
Reference: Majmū’ fatāwa wa maqālāt ash-Shaykh Ibn Bāz Vol 29 Page 217. Question: I would like to inform your eminence that there are many brothers – may Allāh guide them – who pray Ṣalāh whilst wearing a single garment below the stomach. As for the garment which is worn on the upper body, they place […]
An excellent study text for a beginner student, topics include: the basics of Aqīdah (belief), rulings of Wudū, Ṣalāh and Janāzah; Muslim manners and morals; and different types of sins.
If women are together without the presence of men, they are permitted to pray in congregation with one of them leading the others as an Imām.
It is incumbent upon every Muslim to seek knowledge and learn, more so before a particular act of worship is obligated upon him. Below is a concise summary of the basic rulings of Zakat Al-Fitr.
A person upon the Sunnah should suffice with standing near the grave and supplicating to remain firm and seeking forgiveness – and this should be done individually.