A description of Salah summarised from hadith, along with some points that the scholars differed upon. Authored by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah, set out in a workbook format for students.
A list of some of the adhkar that are said after Salah; each one includes Arabic, transliteration, translation & reference. A pdf version has been downloaded.
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 […]
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.
Do you know the meaning of what you say during Salaah? This series of short lessons will explain the statements of Salaah from Takbeer to Tasleem
Reference: The Permanent Committee ( The second Group (6/65) Question: In case we combine ‘Ishaa with Maghrib because of rain, is it permissible for a person to pray shaf’ and witr [night prayer] after praying ‘Ishaa in the masjid or does he have to wait until the actual time of ‘Ishaa arrives and then he (can) pray his sunnahs and then shaf’ and witr? What is better? Give us a fatwa (Islamic Verdict), […]
What was noticed during Ramadhaan this year is the descending of some rain.Therefore, should the people combine Maghrib with ‘Ishaa? And if they do combine, should they pray taraaweeh ( the night prayer) immediately after that or what should they do?
Question: Is it permissible to combine the prayers during a rainy night, whereas, it rains for some time and then it stops. Sometime the rain is a lot to the extent that it wets one’s clothes and sometimes it drizzles? (It is permissible to combine) even if it was not raining during the actual time that […]