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Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:47  GMT

After my father died, my mother observed the prescribed period of mourning for four moths and ten days. She avoided all adornment, remained at home, and adhered to all of the legal rulings that apply in her circumstances. When the prescribed period of mourning came to an end, I bought some gold jewelry to give to my mother as a gift and organized a party for her. I invited her family and close friends over slaughtered two sheep for the occasion. There was no free mixing of men and women or anyth ...

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:45  GMT

Is crossing legs while sitting and sleeping acceptable in Islam?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:44  GMT

Is it okay in islam to blow over hot foods and drinks before consuming them, or is this prohibited or discouraged?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:43  GMT

I would like to clarify whether certain things are actually Sunnah regarding food. I read in Sahîh al-Bukhârî that the Prophet (peace be upon him) did not eat thin bread and roasted sheep? Is it a prohibition? Also, is there a hadîth which states that the Prophet (peace be upon him) did not eat two consecutive meals in his whole life.

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:42  GMT

I was reading a book written by Ibn al-Jawzî, and I noticed that he used the phrase “peace be upon him/her” for `Alî and `A’ishah. I always thought that we could only say this for Allah’s Prophets and Messengers (peace be upon them). What is the correct ruling?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:41  GMT

Is it ever wrong to use the phrase use the phrase "in shâ’ Allah"? Can a person say: "In shâ’ Allah, I will become an apostate" or "In shâ’ Allah, I will rob a bank tommorrow"?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:40  GMT

I know the evidence for our invoking Allah’s peace and blessings upon the Prophet (peace be upon him), but what is the evidence for our practice of invoking them upon his family and Companions along with him?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:39  GMT

What must a Muslim do upon yawning? I heard that he should say: “A`ûdhu bil-lâh min al-Shaytân al-Rajîm.” Is this correct?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:39  GMT

Is it preferable in Islam for a person to sleep on his right side? If it is, then what is the wisdom behind doing so?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:38  GMT

What is the ruling on believers being outside after Maghrib? Is it disliked?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:37  GMT

I am left-handed. I have tried on a number of occasions to eat with my right hand but I find it difficult to do so. I use my left hand for everything. Is it permissible for me to keep eating with my left hand? Can I use my left hand for reading, writing, and engaging in work?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:36  GMT

What is the Islamic view on whistling?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:36  GMT

A person gave something to a friend, so his friend said to him "Jazâk-Allahu khayran." He replied "That's ok" Is there any violation of islamic Law here? Has any disbeilief occured? He says he just meant that he does not demand any thanks or praise for his actions. However, now he gets whisperings in his heart that by his saying "That's ok" in reply to that supplication, he is is refusing the reward from Allah.

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:35  GMT

Is it forbidden for me to speak while I am in the bathroom?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:34  GMT

When I am in the bathroom, I am not supposed to mention Allah's name. However, the bathroom is the place in the house where I have facilities for ghusl and wudû'. Also, when I am cleaning the bathroom, I often have to sneeze because of the detergents. Am I supposed to say "Al-Hamdulillah" when I sneeze?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:33  GMT

A guest visits a home and is invited to stay over for the night. However, she continues to stay for several nights. The host, out of sympathy is tolerant of this behavior, because the guest is an elderly lady, and the host feels shy to refuse her request. However, the protracted stay of this guest though infringes on the family's privacy. Is there, in Islamic practice, any stated length of time one should offer to a guest who is in need of a place to stay? Or is it purely left to the good judgme ...

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:32  GMT

I understand that it is from Islamic etiquette to eat what is closest to us on a plate. Does this only apply to when one is eating from a platter with others or does it also apply when eating alone?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:31  GMT

What is the ruling of serving food to someone with your left hand? Is it forbidden, disliked, or allowed? We had a situation at our mosque where an individual refused to eat food that was given to him because the server gave him the food with his left hand. In fact, this individual has said, in front of others, that he will refuse any food given to him by this server, because the server habitually offers things with the left

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:30  GMT

Is the practice of mubâhalah reserved only for the Prophet (peace be upon him)? If not, can it be used to resolve arguments?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 09:29  GMT

I have been grievously wronged by someone in the past, and in my heart I am finding it very difficult to forgive him. It constantly bothers me. Will I be deprived of any of Allah's blessings if I do not forgive that person? What is the ruling with regards to not forgiving someone?

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