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?
What is the preponderant opinion regarding the one who has been unconscious for more than three days; is he required to make up the prayers he has missed whilst he was unconscious?
al-Arqam ibn Abil-Arqam made preparations to travel to Bayt al-Maqdis (al-Masjid al-Aqsaa, Jerusalem)…
A man approached me to seek my daughter’s hand in marriage, and later it became apparent to me that he does not pray, so what should I do?