He is in the habit of visiting his relatives, and these relatives have some [things of a] reprehensible [nature] in their homes such as a satellite dish.
Some of the inpatient rooms have a television; Some of the patients want it and others do not – and this can cause strain upon some of them. What should we do in this situation?
If the presenter on television or radio extends the greeting or [likewise] the writer in a magazine, then is it obligatory upon us to respond in this case?
Some people, of whom we know good, bring televisions into their homes, and [by doing so] they say they do not wish to be accused of being excessive/immoderate.
What is the ruling regarding looking at a woman (ajnabiyyah – someone who he is not a mahram to) and [similarly] a woman (ajnabiyyah) looking at a man whilst watching television?