Sequence in Tayammum
Question :

If one wiped his hands before his face in tayammum, is it still correct?

Answer :

No, it is not correct, as the sequence within tayammum is necessary. In order to correct the sequence, one can repeat wiping the hands after wiping the face.

The Intention of Tayammum
Question :

Is the intention required in the tayammum?

Answer :

Yes, it is necessary in validity of tayammum to make the intention to get closer to Almighty Allah.

Wiping the Head
Question :

I have heard that, during wudhu, I have to wipe until three centimeters before my hairline. Is this true?

Answer :

There is no precise limit for wiping, but it is sufficient that the wetness on the hand is not mixed with the wetness in other parts of the wudhu.

How to Perform Tayammum
Question :

How should one perform tayammum?

Answer :

Tayammum should be performed in the following method:
One should first strike the inside of his hands upon the earth once.
He should wipe, with both of his hands together, his forehead, and the two sides of his face from the place where the hair grows to the bone of the eyebrows.
He should wipe the back of the right hand from the wrist to the fingertips, with the inside of the left hand. Then he similarly wipes the back of the left hand with the inside of the right hand. It is best that he strikes the earth for a second time and then repeats the wiping of the two hands.

Pig's Fat
Question :

If any product contains fat from pigs, can they be consumed, even if it is in very small quantity?

Answer :

If the product contains najasah even by a little amount, like the mentioned pig fat, then it is najis and prohibited to consumed.

Ghusl of Istihadha
Question : A woman undertook the operation of hysterectomy – the removal of the womb. Afer that, she started to have some vaginal bleeding because of the wounds inside. Is it permissible for her to fast?
Answer : Yes, she is permitted to fast. The release of such a blood from the womb is recognized as Istihadha. It is of three types as mentioned in the treaties of the practical religious laws.
Ghusl of Lochia - Nifas
Question : Is prayers obligatory while a woman is bleeding due to a miscarriage?
Answer : If the miscarried fetus was recognized as a child:
(a) If she has a habit of duration, then it is obligatory not to offer the prayers and not to have sexual intercourse with her husband for the number of days that corresponds to her menstruation period. If she continues to see blood after this period, then as an obligatory precaution she should do the same for a further day. She may continue to do so until the completion of the ten days. The remaining period of discharge is considered to be as Istihadha.
(b) If she does not a habit of duration, she should observe the above mentioned rulings for ten days. The remaining period of discharge is considered to be as Istihadha, and based on an obligatory precaution she should observe the rules of the woman during lochia (Nifas) for the completion of eighteen days.

If the miscarried fetus was not recognized as a child, like if it is a clot or lump of flesh, then based on an obligatory precaution she should offer the prayers based on the appropriate level of Istihadha and refrain from performing what is prohibited on the woman during lochia (Nifas).
Ghusl of Lochia - Nifas
Question : How many days after giving birth should I start praying? And how should I be showering after that? After how many days from the birth date can I and my husband retain our sexual life?
Answer : If a woman has a habit of duration, she should observe the rules for women during their menstrual period for the same number of day as the days of the menstruation period, so she should not perform her prayers and not have sex with her husband. If she continues to see blood after this period, then as an obligatory precaution she should do the same for a further day. She may continue to do so until the completion of the ten days. The remaining period of discharge is considered to be as Istihadha.

If she does not a habit of duration, she should observe the above-mentioned rulings for ten days. The remaining period of discharge is considered to be as Istihadha, and based on an obligatory precaution she should observe the prohibitions of the woman during lochia (Nifas) and act upon the rules of Istihadha for the completion of eighteen days.
ghusal
Question : I had my child and I was told that I have to wait for 40 days before taking the Nifas ghusl, and I cannot pray, fast ,etc during that time. Is this true?
Answer : The duration of Nifas is the same as that of the regular monthly period, which cannot be more than ten days, and does not last for forty days. During the time of Nifas, all the rules that apply to the woman in menstruation applies to her here.
Kurr Water
Question :

How much is kurr water?

Answer :

Kurr water equals in volume to 27 cubic hand-spans. Based on an obligatory precaution, the hand-span is equivalent 25 cm. In terms of mass, Kurr corresponds to 464.1 kg, and it is preferred to consider it to be 470 kg.

Kurr Water
Question :

If kurr water comes into contact with najasah, does it automatically become najis too?

Answer :

If water reaches kurr, it does not become najis by simply coming into contact with najasah. It becomes najis when the najasah changes the color of the water, its taste or its smell.

Under-Kurr Water
Question :

If a najasah comes into contact with under-kurr water, will it become najis even if the amount of najasah, is very little, like a drop of urine?

Answer :

If the water is less than kurr, it becomes najis when it simply comes into contact with the najasah, even if the najasah is very little that it does not cause any changes to the water.

Rain Water
Question :

If my mattress has become najis by urine, can it be purified by rainwater?

Answer :

The mattress and its interior become tahir when it is soaked with rainwater while it is raining. Removing the water from it through pressing or squeezing is not required for it to become tahir, nor is it necessary to repeat the process.

Little Water
Question :

While I wash an object or my body from najasah, and water splashes onto a place which is tahir, will that place also become najis? Is there a difference if the water I am washing it with is Kurr or Qaleel?

Answer :

If the water used in the process of cleaning is little (qaleel), then the water that splashes off the najasah is najis and causes wherever it lands to also become najis. The exception to this ruling is the water used for istinja, (the process of cleaning the private parts after urination or defecation), in which case the water splashes will be tahir.
If 'immune water' is used, then it is tahir after it splashes off the najasah, and does not cause other objects that it comes in contact with to become najis.
Immune water is categorized into three types:
(a) water that has reached the amount of kurr – approximately 464 kg, and it is better to consider it as 470 kg;
(b) water that which has a source, such as spring water, well water, and tap water which is connected to a large tank or mains water supply;
(c) rain water during rainfall.

Restrictions on Reading Quran
Question :

If a woman is in her period, is there any restriction to the amount of Quran she may recite? Could she, for example, complete the entire Quran whilst on her period?

Answer :

Such recitation is permissible although it is disliked, except that it is prohibited for her to recite the verses of prostration.

First Night of Marriage
Question :

If on the first night of marriage the wife is having menstruation period, is sex forbidden?

Answer :

It is prohibited to have sexual intercourse in the time of menstruation. Other sexual activities are permissible.

Recommended Ghusl
Question :

Can a woman during her menstrual period undertake a recommended ghusl (for example, the ghusl of Friday or the Night of Power)?

Answer :

Yes, it is permissible with the hope that such ghusl is desired by Almighty Allah.

The Age of Menopause
Question :

When does the woman reach the age of menopause as per the sharia?

Answer :

If the woman was not a descendant of Qurasih, then the time of the Sharia-defined menopause is the age of fifty years. If she was a descendant of Quraish, then this time begins at the age of sixty years. However, if she knows that the blood that she has discharges is menstruation, even if her age is above the age of sharia defined menopause, she should apply the laws of menstruation to it.

Sayyida Mother
Question :

For those who have a Sayyida mother, but whose father is not a Sayyid, do they follow the rules of being from Quraish in ascertaining the age of menopause?

Answer :

The religious laws that depend on the age of menopause are based on being from Quraish from the father's side.

Causes of Ghusl of Menstruation
Question :

If I see menstrual-type bleeding for two days, then it stops for a day, and then the bleeding starts again and continues for another five days, will I consider all of it to be menstruation, or will I consider the first two days to be istihadha?

Answer :

The bleeding is not considered as menstruation unless it lasts for a total of three days - even if it is separated with gaps - within a period of ten days. In the said circumstance, all of the bleeding will be considered menstruation.