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Is it permissible to eat from the meat which has been slaughtered for the occasion of [celebrating] the birthday of the Prophet ﷺ?
Is the presence of someone in a gathering where reprehensible acts are going on considered prohibited?
If I attended a party hosted by my relatives, and there are a lot of reprehensible acts [going on], bearing in mind my presence there is only because I was invited – should I speak out against these reprehensible acts, or should I [just] leave the party?
Is it legislated to [offer] people remind[ers about Islaam] during wedding celebrations, particularly since many people who are in attendance generally do not hear such reminders; and may Allaah reward you with good?
Is the duration [within which the] ‘aqeeqah [is to be carried out] a week, two weeks or 21 days as is said?