O Shaykh Muhammad, what is your opinion regarding a woman going out to the market for a need, whilst she is in hijaab and not revealing anything, and that she does not go at a time when it is busy with men?
Is it permissible for a man to shake the hand of a woman he is not a mahram for; bearing in mind [where we live] there are men who stand up out of respect and shake their hands?
From the habits in our village, which I suspect are bad, is that a woman in her home sits in the company of her male relatives who come to visit…
A man married a woman; Is it permissible for his wife to then unveil herself in the presence of the husband of her husband’s mother?
What is the ruling regarding the gathering together of men and women in the same place? And likewise what is the ruling regarding their gathering together to eat?
Is it permissible for a woman to uncover her hair, neck and arms in front of her mahrams – such as her father and her brother?
What is your opinion regarding some women who are easy going and free when talking to men?