A man narrated [a story] to me, that in their town there was a blind man who knew the time of Fajr had arrived [just] by the smell [in the air]; yes, [just] by its smell – without actually [being able to] see it!
What is the ruling regarding the one who broke his fast when he heard the mu.adhdhin calling the adhaan for [the] maghrib [prayer], and thereafter it was confirmed the mu.adhdhin had actually called the adhaan two to three minutes early?
When it comes to selecting a mu.adhdhin [to call the adhaan], should we look at how loud his call [to prayer] is, or how beautiful it is?
When the mu.adhdhin says «الصلاة خير من النوم» should the one who hears [the adhaan] say «لا حول و لا قوة إلاّ بالله» or what should he respond with?
Whoever says that [using] the microphone suffices [the mu.adhdhin] from turning [the heard a little to the right and left] during the adhaan; is his opinion correct?