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Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 08:02  GMT

Would a believer be rewarded if he did a good deed without intention, such as to give alms for the sake of sympathy?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 08:01  GMT

What is the proper way to voice our intentions before prayer?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 08:00  GMT

Can a worshipper change his intention regarding which prayer he is offering while in the midst of offering his prayer?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 08:00  GMT

Is it true that making intention for wudû’ is not obligatory but merely a sunnah? For instance, if I were to be pushed into a clean river and my head, face, hands and arms and feet get wet, then am I in a state of purity? This is what I have been told.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:59  GMT

I would like to know what are the rewards of protecting the mosque? The reason I am asking this is because I recently started working as a security guard during the night at a mosque, and I want to know if there is any reward for me in doing so.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:59  GMT

I would like to know what are the rewards of protecting the mosque? The reason I am asking this is because I recently started working as a security guard during the night at a mosque, and I want to know if there is any reward for me in doing so.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:58  GMT

What is Islam’s understanding of competitiveness when it comes to the performance of righteous deeds? When a person competes with another, it is as if he are doing that action or that deed in order to serve his ego and ensure himself that he is better than the one he is competing with. When you compete with someone in terms of good deeds, it seems as if you would not be doing those good deeds to please Allah, but rather to serve your own ego. Likewise, you might try to win an argument...not fo ...



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:57  GMT

I have been suffering from a problem for many years. That problem is that I am beset by suspicions and misgivings in conducting acts of worship. My problem started with prayer, on account of my concern to offer my prayers perfectly and completely. I began to doubt how units of prayer I had made or how many prostrations I made in a given unit. It became rare for me to offer a prayer without making two prostrations at the end of it for forgetfulness. Then my doubts began to extend to purification, ...



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:56  GMT

Is it permissible for a Muslim to engage in an act of worship – prayer for instance – simple because he loves Allah, and for no other reason?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:55  GMT

What effect does a tendency to show off have on the acceptability of our worship? Will a person receive any reward if he is struggling with this problem of showing off?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 07:55  GMT

I am working as a web designer for a Qur'an website, and many visitors come to the website every day. Moreover, I am the one who records and publishes the Qur'an recitals. I also record the lectures and lessons of various scholars who come to the mosques in my country, and I render these as audio files and publish them on the Internet. Recently, some people are telling me that I have no right to receive a salary for my job, because my work is for an Islamic cause. They say that it is a shameful ...



Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 12:47  GMT

I heard that one of the Salaf said: "Doing a deed for people is showing off and leaving a deed for the people is polytheism." Could you please explain what is meant by "leaving a deed for the people" and what the evidence for it is?



Last Modified:  29 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

I vowed that I would not watch movies, but I did not stipulate any particular type of movies. One year later I watched the movie that was not bad or indecent. My question is: how can I stop committing this sin?



Last Modified:  29 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

Allaah helped me to give up smoking and I started to fast from the 7th of Rajab until the end of Sha'baan. I did not separate Sha'baan and Ramadaan, because of the different fatwas concerning that. Please advise me, may Allaah reward you.



Last Modified:  26 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

When I was young I was taught in my school that we must say ALLAHUAKBAR when going up the stairs and say SUBHANALLAH when coming down. Could you please explain if this is something that should be practiced in islam.



Last Modified:  26 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

Can the testimony of a woman be accepted with regard to sighting the new moon of Ramadaan?



Last Modified:  25 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

I just want to ask that why would the man hang at the time of fajr before sun rise and if we found a women dead how will we find that is she a muslim or non muslim.



Last Modified:  22 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

Is it better to make intention simultaneously with articulatulating the opening Takbeer or can it be made before? What is the view of ulamaa on this matter? I have read the previous answer but this really gives me a hard time during prayers.



Last Modified:  08 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

Sometimes we say this du'aa': “O Allaah, we do not ask You to overturn the decree but we ask You to help us bear its impact”. Is this du'aa' permissible or is there anything in it that goes against Islam?



Last Modified:  02 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

Alhamdulillah I am a muslim residing currently in the lands of disbelief,I was born and brought up in the west. I recently made an intention to do hijra to the lands of islam and muslims and Allah be praised and glorified, i managed to raise some money for my journey, the problem that Im facing and I pray to Allah that you can help me, is that I had a problem with a sin and everytime I committed it, I would regret it, and I would repent, but I would always go back to it and this became a big pro ...




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