“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
“Any woman who adorns herself with (strong) fragrances should not attend the evening prayer with us.”View More Can Muslim women wear perfume?
“The Hajj is ‘Arafat.”View More Blessings of the day of Arafat
“Do not kill the soul which Allah has made sacred except by right of justice.”View More All human life is sacred in Islam
“The day of Arafat, the day of sacrifice, and the days of Mina are celebrations for us, the people of Islam.”View More Ibn Al-Qayyim on virtues of Arafat on Friday
“Islam is built upon five: to worship Allah and to disbelieve in what is worshiped besides him, to establish prayer, to give charity, to perform Hajj pilgrimage to the House, and to fast the month of Ramadan.”View More Is jihad the sixth pillar of Islam?
“Abdullah ibn Umar used to perform a ritual bath on the day of breaking fast before he would depart for prayer.”View More Manners, etiquette, and traditions for Eid
“They will pass through the religion just as an arrow pierces its target and they will not return to it just as the arrow does not return to the bow.”View More Dangers of the Khawarij ideology of violence
“Ibrahim An-Nakha’i said there is no harm if a woman recites a verse from the Quran while menstruating.”View More Can a menstruating woman visit the mosque or recite the Quran?
“If you live long enough, you will see a woman travelling by camel from Iraq to perform circulation around the Ka’bah while fearing none but Allah.”
–Sahih Bukhari 3595View More Is a woman required to travel with her guardian?