At home, we have a toilet in the same room as the place (bathroom) where we do wudhoo, so should I utter the Name of Allaah inside the bathroom when making wudhoo or not?
It is popular in new builds to have the bathroom inside the bedroom; so is it then permissible to pray in the bedroom?
Is it permissible for a person to mention Allaah in the toilet, and a bathroom in which he relieves himself; for example, by saying ‘subhaa-nAllaah’ and ‘astagh-firullaah’ whilst he is [actually] seated on the toilet?
What is ‘istijmaar’; and whilst on the plane, is it permissible to do istijmaar using tissues – even though there is water? And in terms of purification, what [practice] is more complete [istinjaa or istijmaar]?
[Whilst travelling by plane] I went to the toilet to relieve myself, and some urine dropped on my clothing; so I sprinkled some water on the affected area and rubbed it. Is [doing] this sufficient in purifying [my garment]? Bear in mind I then made wudhoo and prayed; so what is the ruling regarding my prayer?
The toilets on the plane are cramped, and sometimes the floor and the walls are dirty from what appears to look like impurities…
Is it permissible for a person to listen to an audio recording whilst he is in the toilet and the audio player is outside?
Is it permissible for a person to urinate whilst standing, and what is the ruling regarding this?
When I need to go to the toilet [to answer the call of nature] – may Allaah honour you [O Shaykh] – I take with me a book or newspaper [to read] whilst I am in there.