[Whilst in prayer] some people raise their index finger when the imaam mentions the name of Allaah during his recitation; so is this [raising of the finger in this manner] legislated?
He would teach the people and have them read the Qur.aan to him. And when they would finish, he would [turn to] occupy himself in prayer.
After completing the prayer, I began to doubt whether I [sat and] recited the first tashahhud or not. So what is the ruling [regarding that]?
Abu Haneefah used to be called a stake [of wood], because of the abundance of his [standing in] prayer.
If the weather is cold, and a man in the state of janaabah (major sexual impurity) had [just] taken a bath [or shower], and [as such] he fears by going out for the Fajr prayer would be harmful for him, would he then be allowed to pray at home?
This woman is from Russia, and she has recently embraced Islaam. She says that she works amongst the disbelievers, and [as a result] she does not pray until [she returns home in] the evening, whereby she combines all of the prayers. So what is the ruling regarding her combing all her prayers?