It is apparent that many students of knowledge steer away from perfecting the rules of the Arabic language (grammar), considering it’s importance – what is your point of view?
There are some students of knowledge who are keen to attend lessons given by students of knowledge without giving importance to attending the lessons of the scholars…
“The completion of this Qur’aan is gifted to the soul of our master, our leader and our Prophet Muhammad, the pure”. What is the Sharee’ah ruling regarding this?
What is the Sharee’ah ruling in gathering people to read the Book of Allaah with the intention that the benefit of the recitation returns to the one who initiated the gathering or someone who is deceased?
I have seen amongst the people that which I have never heard of nor seen before and that is kissing the Qur.aan as [one sees] two men kissing each other [out of brotherly love].
What is the ruling regarding the reading of the Qur.aan over the deceased and placing the Qur.aan on their stomach?
At some graves there are Qur.aans for whoever wishes to read over the dead. What is your opinion on this?
What is the ruling regarding the saying of “sada qAllaahul-‘Adtheem” after finishing reading of the Qur.aan?
We notice that some brothers, when they begin to read the Noble Qur.aan, they kiss it and wipe it over their eyes and face. So, seeking your advice, is this mentioned in the Sharee’ah?
What is the ruling regarding reading the Qur.aan in congregation especially on the day of Jumu’ah (Friday) before the imaam arrives?