What is the ruling regarding reading the Qur.aan from a mobile phone whilst not in a state of purity; is it permissible?
Uttering “bismillaah” in the toilet when doing wudhoo
If someone wants to do wudhoo in the toilet – in the [same] place where he relieves himself, is it permissible for him to utter “bismillaah” [بسم الله] before doing wudhoo?
A copy of the Qur.aan on a mobile phone
What is the ruling regarding the menstruating woman touching the text of the Qur.aan which is stored on a mobile phone?
Very young children reading from the Qur.aan without wudhoo
Is it permissible for a small child to read from a copy of the Qur.aan without [being in a state of] wudhoo?
Ignorant of the ruling related to wiping over the socks
A local man is ignorant of the ruling related to wiping over the socks, and [as a result] he used to wipe over the socks for a period of two complete days for a whole month. So what is the ruling regarding his prayers [during this period]?
Touching the private parts whilst in a state of wudhoo
I heard one of the scholars say that directly touching the bottom and the private parts does not invalidate the wudhoo, using as proof the hadeeth «it is just a part of you»?
Doing wudhoo or sufficing with tayammum
If the time for prayer has arrived, and there was no pure water – just impure water, would it be permissible to purify myself with this impure water, or should I [suffice with] do[ing] tayammum?
Ready and in a state of wudhoo
Since I embraced Islaam, never has the [congregational] prayer been about to start, except that I have been [ready and] in a state of wudhoo.
Using the least amount of water doing wudhoo
I have not seen anyone use the least amount of water purifying himself [doing wudhoo] than [Imaam] ash-Shaafi’ee.
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?