Is it permissible to recite soorah al-Faatihah whilst supplicating, or at the end of the supplication? And is that [considered to be] an innovation?
Is it permissible to supplicate for an openly immoral sinner (faasiq), who does not fulfill his religious obligations?
Is it permissible for a son to supplicate for his father who has died whilst having abandoned the prayer?
We read the Qur.aan, and all Praise is due to Allaah [alone] we read a [complete] part (juz); so what is the ruling regarding the supplication we make after completing our recitation? Is this permissible or not?
Has [anything been] reported from the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) that he would raise his hands in supplication after the obligatory prayer?
We see some people displaying small posters [and stickers] in their cars and on their doors; [displayed] on them they have the [legislated] supplication upon leaving [the home], and the [legislated] supplication for when concluding a gathering, and the [legislated] supplication for when embarking on a journey. So what is the ruling regarding that?