She was pregnant for [about] a month and a half, and then aborted the pregnancy – unaware of the ruling regarding that; after she learnt about the prohibition [of aborting a pregnancy], she was deeply remorseful. So is there anything required of her?
I [would like to] ask [you] about the ruling regarding artificial insemination, where a man does not have children, and the doctor has informed him his sperm count is low, and this will necessitate medically impregnating the womb of his wife with his sperm.
What is the ruling of having an abortion before forty days due to psychological and social circumstances, particularly if she fears divorce from her husband [at any time] in the future?
Is the ‘tahneek’ to be done immediately after birth?
Is it a condition that the ‘tahneek’ only be done with a date?
Is there any mention in the Sunnah that the adhaan and the iqaamah are pronounced in the ear of the newborn immediately after birth?
If I carried out the sacrifice on the 21st day, will it be considered as the ‘aqeeqah [sacrifice]?
Is it permissible for a pregnant woman to pray sitting down/seated, if she fears miscarrying [her unborn child]?
Is the duration [within which the] ‘aqeeqah [is to be carried out] a week, two weeks or 21 days as is said?
If a woman touches the ‘awrah of an infant, does this invalidate her ablution?