عربي
18 صفر 1441  ,  17 تشرين الأول 2019

All Fatawaas

Performing Prayers in Sequence when Making Delayed Combination is Recommended If I`m making Jam` Ta`khir{Delayed combination} of Thuhr and `Asr, what is the ruling on offering them in sequence? • Read More
Ruling on Combining Prayers because of Wind, Mud and Dust Is it permissible to combine prayers in the mosque because of heavy dust, mud, and wind, similar to rain, knowing that dust could be more harmful than rain? • Read More
Ruling on Joining two Prayers because of Sickness What is the ruling on joining Zuhr and `Asr, and Maghrib and Isha` because of sickness? • Read More
Estimating the Distance for Shortening Prayers in Light of the Shafie Madhab According to Shafie jurists, the distance which permits a traveler to shorten prayer is (48 miles), and a mile is about (6000 cubits). Therefore, how many kilometers is the cubit and the mile according to the reliable position of the Shafie jurists? • Read More
Ruling on Using the Concessions Granted to a Picnic Traveler The Shafite scholars state that whoever travels merely for seeing countries and cruising across them isn`t allowed to use the concessions granted to a traveler; whereas, whoever travels for a valid reason, such as picnicking, is allowed to use them. What is the difference between travelling for tourism, cruising across countries, and travelling for picnicking ? • Read More
Is it Valid to Join two Prayers with a Different Imam for each? In the Masjid where I pray, the Imam decided to join Maghrib and Isha` because of rain. However, after he had delivered the final Tasleem of Maghrib prayer, he passed out. Is it permissible that another Imam leads Isha` prayer? • Read More
Is the Person who Owns two Houses Permitted to Shorten and Combine Prayers? I have two houses. One in Amman and one in Irbid. In fact, I`m settled in the one in Amman, but sometimes I spent the weekends and the holidays in the one in Irbid. Am I permitted, while in Irbid, to combine and shorten prayers? • Read More
Incessancy is a Condition for Combining two Prayers While combining prayers, is it permissible for a person to leave the Masjid to run an errand, after performing Duhr(Noon) for instance, and return afterwards to catch the second Rakah of Asr(Afternoon) prayer? • Read More
What is the ruling on combining prayers at the Musala (Place for prayer) of a shopping center because of heavy rain, knowing that some people come from outside that center? • Read More
Is it permissible for the disabled to shorten prayers? I am a disabled woman who has vaginal discharges and can`t control her urine. Therefore, I combine prayers. Is that permissible? • Read More
Presence of Congregation upon Starting the Second Prayer is amongst the Conditions for Valid Combination A man arrived late for Maghrib prayer. However, the Imam had made the intention to combine Maghrib and Isha` because of rain. The late comer joined the congregation during the first Rakah of Isha` prayer, offered the three Rakahs of Mghrib and made Tasleem. Then, he stood up and rejoined the congregation, during the fourth Rakah of Isha,` to combine Isha` with Maghrib. Is this valid or not? • Read More
Is it permissible to combine Zuhr and Asr prayers for being occupied with a wedding ceremony? • Read More
Is it permissible to combine and shorten prayers at home before traveling? • Read More
Traveling for the Purpose of ObtainingTravel Concessions is Unlawful A man has traveled a distance of (81) Km for the purpose of breaking his fast. What is the ruling on this? And is he liable for the fasting concession? • Read More
Shortening and Combining Prayers during Travel For several times, I have travelled a distance of more than (81 km) where I intended, in advance, to travel for a week. I.e. more than three days. Of course, I was accompanied with my wife and children. What counts, here, is that we had prayers shortened and combined throughout the whole journey(One week). Are my prayers valid in light of the different views of the scholars in this regard? If they aren`t, what are we liable for? • Read More