Is [engaging in] i’tikaaf in other than Ramadhaan permissible? And what is its [legislated] duration?
Is it permissible for one who wishes to perform the i’tikaaf to specify a particular day itself for i’tikaaf?
Is it permissible for the one in a state of i’tikaaf to leave the Haram (i.e. al-Masjid al-Haraam in Makkah or al-Masjid an-Nabawee in Madeenah) to go and eat or drink?
Is it correct for one who is in the state of i’tikaaf to teach someone or [even] give a lecture?
Is the caretaker’s room or the room in which the Zakaah Committee meet in the masjid acceptable as a place to do i’tikaaf, keeping in mind that the doors to these [two] rooms are within the masjid?
We would like to know what is meant by “i’tikaaf” and it’s ruling?
What is the ruling of the person whose father did not allow him to do i’tikaaf for unconvincing reasons?
When does a person leave i’tikaaf, is it after sunset on the night prior to ‘Eed or after Fajr on the day of ‘Eed?
Does i’tikaaf have a fixed time or is it restricted to Ramadhaan, or is it permissible in other than Ramadhaan?