Source: Arab News Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh has urged young couples to think twice before rushing into divorce, which, he said, is allowed only after they have exhausted all means of reconciliation. During a TV talk show, he said, “People come to us seeking fatwas … young men hastily utter the divorce word. They […]
If a young child is standing in line [for the prayer], is it permissible for whoever arrives late to move him to the back or should he stand in line beside him? If it is not permissible to move him back, what is the ruling if he is then unable to perform the prayer properly?
[Could you please offer] a word of guidance to those who are overly concerned [and preoccupied] with gathering wealth, and [in doing so] overlook [preparing for] the Hereafter?
He extended greetings to one child who recognised him, and who then gave the Shaykh a miswaak (tooth stick). The Shaykh accepted it, smiling with complete humility and a welcoming heart.
My young child insists on fasting [during] Ramadhaan despite it harming him due to his young age and weak health. So can I use harshness with him to break his fast?
What is the ruling regarding pictures and drawings on children’s clothing, since these [children’s] clothes are not free from pictures?