عربي
17 ذو القعدة 1440  ,  20 تموز 2019

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Ruling on Raising Hands in Du`a What is the Islamic ruling on raising hands when offering Du`a in general, and when an Imam does so at the end of the Friday sermon? • Read More
Ruling on Friday Prayer for Individuals who cannot Leave Work Place Is it permissible for individuals who can`t leave their work place, such as doctors, police officers and civil defense personnel, not to join the congregation for Friday prayer {Jumu`ah}? • Read More
Delivering the Khutbah from the Pulpit is a Sunnah A Musalah(a place of prayer), that takes eighty people and doesn`t have a pulpit, where the Jumu`ah (Friday prayer) is held and the Khutbah(Sermon) is delivered. What is the ruling on not delivering the Khutbah from a pulpit ? • Read More
Performing Tahiyyat-ul-Masjid during Friday's Sermon If a Muslim enters a Mosque during Friday's sermon, should he perform Tahiyyat-ul-Masjid (The prayer of salutation)? Or should he sit and listen to it? • Read More
Ruling on not Going to Friday Prayer due to Excessive Farting Does a person who has involuntary farts case excused of not going to Friday prayer? • Read More
Is the Person Suffering from Mental Disease Permitted to Perform Friday Prayer at Home? My father suffers from a mental disease, so he is neither able to perform obligatory prayers nor the Friday prayer at the mosque, although he is a pious person. In such case, is performing obligatory prayers at home permissible? • Read More
Ruling on Leaving out the Second Sermon of Friday's Prayer What is the ruling when an Imam leaves out the second sermon of Friday's prayer intentionally or forgetfully ? And what should the praying people do in this regard? • Read More
No Harm in Sending Blessings upon the Prophet during Jumu`ah It is well known that speaking during the Jumu`ah sermon is sometimes prohibited. However, during the sermon, the Khateeb sends blessings upon the Prophet (Blessings and peace be upon him) or mentions his name, then the listeners do likewise. Is this from the prohibited speech during Jumu`ah? • Read More
No Harm in having two Adhaans for Jumu`ah As the people’s numbers in Madinah increased at the time of the Rightly Guided Caliph ‘Uthmaan ibn ‘Affaan (may Allah be pleased with him), he decided to add what is called the first adhaan. It is given to alert the people to the fact that this day is Friday, so that they may prepare themselves and hasten to the prayer before the regular Adhaan that is given after the sun has passed the meridian. After this Adhaan, the Imam ascends the pulpit (Minbar), and then the regular Adhaan is pronounced. However, nowadays it is the opposite. The first Adhaan is delivered as the regular Adhaan, and after a very short interval, another Adhaan is pronounced. If the latter is intended as the first Adhaan added by Caliph Uthmaan, then it contradicts the Sunnah. Could you clarify this? • Read More
Does Istigfar(saying astagfiru Allah) between the first and the second part of Friday prayer`s sermon render the prayer invalid? • Read More
Sunnah Prayer before Jumu`a Is there a Sunnah prayer to be done before Jumu`a? How many Rakhas? What`s the Sharia evidence? • Read More