His set portion [of worship] every night was [to pray] twenty rak’ahs whilst at home and [also when on] travels. And when he would be done with them, he would write thirty five pages of his book.
I am asking about a woman who works, and she has a driver as well as female staff who she drops off at various schools. She then returns home [alone] with her driver – [and all of this takes place] within the city. [So the question is] is this haraam or permissible?
Noble Shaykh, is it permissible for me to go with my sister’s husband in his car, when he picks me up on my visit to my sister’s house; bearing in mind that my sister’s husband asks about me and chats with me, so is it permissible for me to go with him [in his car]?
I heard Muhammad ibn Hamdoon say: I accompanied Abu Bakr ibn Ishaaq as-Sibghee for [many] years, and I never saw him leave the night prayer – not during travel, and nor when he wasn’t [travelling].
A man returned home from a journey and had not been fasting [due to his travels, so he] decided [now he was at home] to fast [the rest of the remaining day]. He then found his wife taking a bath [since she had] completed her menses; Is it permissible for him to have sexual intercourse with her in this case or should they both assume the fast for the [remainder of the] day?
What is the ruling regarding travelling in Ramadhaan for the purpose of not having to fast, and we want to know how that is?
Does the ruling of the traveller apply to drivers of cars and buses who continuously work during the day in Ramadhaan?