Some women from Makkah travel to perform the hajj without their mahram, going in groups of women on public transport. So is this permissible?
Is it permissible for me to send my maid for the obligatory hajj with a group of women travelling with a hajj package group?
I am a wealthy woman, and I suggested to my husband more than once about performing hajj, but without any reason, he continues to refuse to allow me to go for hajj . I do, however, have an adult brother who wants to perform hajj, so can I [travel to] perform hajj with him if my husband does not permit me…
Is it permissible for a sister to appear in front of her brother – revealing her lower legs [from below the knee] and arms?
Is it permissible to extend the greeting [of as-salaam ‘alaykum] to a Muslim woman without looking at her and talking to her [beyond saying as-salaam ‘alaykum]?
What is the youngest age a male can be a mahram for a woman if she wanted to travel?
Is it possible for my son who is nine years of age to be my mahram, since I travelled with him; Is there anything wrong in that?
You disagreed with one of your colleagues concerning the issue of the permissibility of a Muslim woman travelling by airplane without a mahram…
Some men shake hands with female relatives who they are not mahrams to, rather because they are relatives or neighbours. What is the ruling for that?