“Whoever admonishes his brother in public has humiliated him and betrayed him.”View More Criticizing Muslims without naming and shaming
“Any practice that causes harm to children is unlawful in Islam.”View More Does verse 65:4 encourage child marriage?
“The believer does not taunt others, he does not curse others,”View More Curse the graves of the unbelievers?
“A principle of law states that legal punishments are suspended by doubts.”View More Imam al-Subki on mitigating factors in criminal punishment
“Do not torture the creation of Allah.”View More Sexual consent, marriage, and concubines in Islam
“These pages include sections of the fundamentals of jurisprudence,”View More Al-Waraqat fi Usul al-Fiqh by al-Juwayni
“You will never be able to be just between your wives, even if it is your ardent desire.”View More Should a Muslim man marry a second wife?
“The following is an abridged translation of Matn Abī Shujā’, also known as al-Ghāyah wal-Taqrīb.”View More Al-Ghayah wal Taqrib fi al-Fiqh al-Shafi’i
“Wiping over the leather socks is permissible with three conditions…”View More Wiping over socks, footwear, and headgear in ablution
“O you who believe, when you rise to perform prayer, wash your faces and your forearms to the elbows…”View More The perfect ablution, wudu, with evidences