It is upon the intelligent one to exert himself in performing voluntary acts of worship – so long as he is in a state of [good] health.
Combining the prayers because of severe pains
She is asking about [the permissibility of] combining the zhuhr and ‘asr prayers because of severe pains?
Reading Soorah al-Faatihah a hundred times due to a need
Regarding the recitation of [soorah] al-Faatihah a hundred times; we read it, since it is to be read a hundred times due to a necessity which we need accomplished, and for the return of that which has been lost, and other than that?
Completed her menses during the day in Ramadhaan
If a woman [completes her menses and] purifies herself during the day in Ramadhaan, is she required to abstain [from food, drink and all that breaks the fast] for the remainder of the day?
Missed prayers during the days he was unconscious
What is the preponderant opinion regarding the one who has been unconscious for more than three days; is he required to make up the prayers he has missed whilst he was unconscious?
Sick and diseased animals
[Consider the situation where] some of the animals have been afflicted with an illness and are in severe pain, or they have an infectious disease, is it befitting that they should be killed or left [alone]?
Even though he had an excuse not to go
‘Aamir ibn ‘Abdillaah heard the mu.adhin [calling the adhaan], and said: ‘Take me by the hand [to the masjid].’
The prayer of the sick
Many of those who are sick pray on their beds, as they are unable to move; so [as a result] they pray without wudhoo. And there are amongst them those who pray in other than the direction of the qiblah, [so] what is the ruling regarding the prayer of these sick people?
Sick woman unable to fast some days last Ramadhaan
I am a sick woman and was unable to fast some days during last Ramadhaan and have been unable to make up [the missed fasts] due to my illness. So what is the expiation for that? Likewise, I am unable to fast Ramadhaan this year, so what is the expiation for that also?
Saying “shafaa-kAllaah” (شفاك الله) when someone sneezes
Is there anything [authentically reported] from the Messenger (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) that we should say “shafaa-kAllaah” (شفاك الله) to the one who sneezes a third time?