Whilst the iqaamah is being called, when is it legislated to stand for the prayer? Is it when a specific word is uttered?
If we are outdoors, such as a farm or a recreational villa, and we hear the sounds of the various callers to prayer from afar, are we required to respond to their call to prayer [by going to the masjid for prayer]?
We arrived in ash-Shaam along with ‘Umar, and [when] Bilaal [ibn Rabaah] called the adhaan, the people remembered the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), and there was no day that anyone wept more than him (Bilaal).
A woman fasted and at sunset, just before the adhaan, her menses came. So does that invalidate her fast?
What is the ruling regarding following the iqaamah [just as one follows the adhaan – repeating the words of the muadh.dhin]
If a person enters the masjid and the mu.adhdhin is making the adhaan, what is more preferable for him to do?