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Last Modified:  17 Jun 2011 02:25  GMT

We work in a company in the desert, and the closest city to us is 3 km away; in that city there is one mosque; in front of its qiblah, behind a wall, there are some graves. Is it permissible to pray in it or not?



Last Modified:  16 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on praying behind an imam who was sodomized during his childhood and youth with his consent, knowing that he has a beautiful voice and has memorized the entire Qur'aan?



Last Modified:  06 Jun 2011 02:49  GMT

I had a mistaken understanding of the prostration of forgetfulness. I used to assume that I had done the lower number of rak‘ahs, but I did not do an additional rak‘ah; I only did the prostration of forgetfulness. This happened to me many times but I do not remember how many. Do I have to do anything?



Last Modified:  05 Jun 2011 02:10  GMT

I think my salaat is always wrong. Firstly, for years I was praying with my awrah exposed, and now I think my composure is bad, and I can barely get it right. Also for years I have been doing salaat wrong, once I found out it was through Sheikh Albanis information on salaat. I didn't say Al-Fatiha correctly for a long time. Do I have to make up all these prayers?



Last Modified:  25 May 2011 02:10  GMT

I am French and I recently embraced Islam. My question is about the prayer. I would like to know if one men is entitled to direct a prayer meanwhile there is only one woman behind him. In this case, the man and the woman are not married. So, I am wondering if this kind of prayer can be considered like a prayer in group (with more reward). Or, on the contrary is it disadviced or absolutely forbidden ?



Last Modified:  21 May 2011 02:10  GMT

Suppose I miss out 2 prayers. Now in which sequence should I complete my prayers.



Last Modified:  17 May 2011 02:10  GMT

I pray the noon prayer on campus, but my classes start before noon and end after the afternoon prayer is performed, with no enough time between classes, so I pray the noon prayer only without the stressed practices for lack of time. if I arrive at class after the professor, I am not allowed to attend the class. Sometimes, I don't even have enough time to get to the place of prayer, so I pray in a secluded space inside the hall. Is it permitted to pray the stressed practices when I get home fol ...



Last Modified:  16 May 2011 02:10  GMT

My mother emotionally blackmailed me into marrying my first cousin 9 years ago when I was just 15 years old. i kept quiet out of fear and since then have been blessd with 3 beautifil boys alhamdulillaah. Since the last 2 years we have been problems and he went to see someone who plays with magic. As far as my limited knowledge is concerned that takes one out of the fold of islam. Also for a while he was neglecting his prayers and would only d pray sometimes anod do his jumah. But he has rpented ...



Last Modified:  10 May 2011 02:10  GMT

Sometimes, actually many times, I make mistakes during my prayers. Either I forget how many 'rakaas' I have done or something else of the sort. Do I stop my prayers and do them over, or continue?



Last Modified:  06 May 2011 02:10  GMT

Suppose i am praying sunah and the iqamah is being announced. should i perform the salutation and join salatul farz or should i continue ?



Last Modified:  05 May 2011 02:10  GMT

When I am praying, so that I will not forget how many rak‘ahs I have prayed, I count the number of rak‘ahs on my fingers. When I have prayed one rak‘ah, I clench one of my fingers, then when I pray a second rak‘ah I clench the second finger, and so on until the end of the prayer. Is that permissible or is it regarded as making too many movements which invalidate or spoil the prayer?



Last Modified:  04 May 2011 02:10  GMT

My question is about the time for prayer; the time begins when the adhaan is given, but when does the time end? Is there a difference between delaying prayer and missing the time for prayer? And what is the punishment for both?



Last Modified:  03 May 2011 02:10  GMT

Sometimes after prayers I remember that I had not gone through 'woudou'. Again, should I do my woudou and pray again?



Last Modified:  02 May 2011 02:10  GMT

Sometimes I set the alarm clock so that I can wake up for Fajr prayer, then I do not wake up for it. When I wake up from sleep, I get up and give the call to prayer then I give the iqaamah and pray. My question is: with regard to the adhaan, should I say, “al-salaatu khayrun min al-nawm (prayer is better than sleep)” or not? Because the time when I say the adhaan is not Fajr? And should I offer the prayer with recitation out loud or quietly? May Allah reward you with good.



Last Modified:  30 Apr 2011 02:10  GMT

In question no. 2648 it described the way of washing the hair when doing ghusl [full ablution] from janaabah [impurity following sexual activity], but is it permissible to run the fingers through the hair and just to wipe the head, because I find it difficult to wash my hair every time because I use a hairdryer to make my hair look nice for my husband.



Last Modified:  28 Apr 2011 02:10  GMT

I would recite a verse in prayer and then after that I would say what the verse means in English(to understand), is this permissible? (sometimes I say it in my heart.) For example, I would recite the first verse of Surah Fatiha, then after this I would say: All praise is due to Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the Worlds. Is this right, or permissible?



Last Modified:  28 Apr 2011 02:10  GMT

We see some people delaying following the imam in prayer, and some others anticipating him in sujood [prostration] or rukoo' [bowing] sometimes. We hope that you could explain to us the ruling on anticipating the imam or delaying following him, so that Allaah may benefit us thereby.



Last Modified:  26 Apr 2011 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on this supplication: “O Allah, send one of Your dogs against them” and saying it in Qunoot? What is the ruling on the prayer of one who prays behind one who says a du‘aa' like this?



Last Modified:  26 Apr 2011 02:10  GMT

I hope that you can explain to us the status of prayer in Islam.



Last Modified:  25 Apr 2011 02:10  GMT

She prayed whilst menstruating because of shyness. What is the ruling on that and what expiation should she offer?




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