I live [together] with my father, my mother, my wife and my brothers in one house, and sometimes I bring something specifically for my wife to eat – without my parents knowing [about it]. And privately together, my wife and I eat; so what is the ruling regarding that?
If I attended a party hosted by my relatives, and there are a lot of reprehensible acts [going on], bearing in mind my presence there is only because I was invited – should I speak out against these reprehensible acts, or should I [just] leave the party?
If I am invited to attend a family party where a lot of reprehensible acts are taking place – should I speak out against them, or should I just leave the party?
In the slaughterhouse, those who carry out the slaughter do not lie the sheep down completely facing the direction of the Qiblah, instead, they suffice with just bending its neck in the direction of the Qiblah; so is that sufficient O noble shaykh?
We hear a lot in the news and read the newspapers about people going on hunger strike in protest against some laws, and in general, these people are not prisoners. So what is the ruling regarding those who die whilst on hunger strike?
According to the majority of the scholars, the ruling regarding alcohol is that it is impure; this is based upon His (Subhaanahu wa Ta’aala) saying…