If a man or woman are in a state of janaabah at the time for bed, and they want to sleep, how should they utter the [words of] remembrance for sleep as it is comprised of verses [of the Qur.aan] and supplications?
Is it permissible to engage in the remembrance of Allaah whilst not in a state of wudhoo – such as [when uttering the] takbeer [الله أكبر], tahleel [لا إله إلا الله] and tahmeed [الحمد لله], as well as sending prayers and salutations upon the Messenger (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)?
We read the Qur.aan, and all Praise is due to Allaah [alone] we read a [complete] part (juz); so what is the ruling regarding the supplication we make after completing our recitation? Is this permissible or not?
Sometimes, when I read the Qur.aan, I notice my voice is beautiful, and my recitation is good; so would this be considered to be self-amazement – which nullifies deeds?
What is your opinion regarding a woman who leaves a copy of the Qur.aan beside her young child, intending by doing so his protection from the jinn whilst she is busy and he is alone?