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Woman’s Aameen, Adhaan and Iqaamah
Does the woman raise her voice with saying the aameen, and does she also give the adhaan and the iqaamah for prayer?

Advice of Shaykh al- Albaanee to women who act like men
A question is asked regarding women whose husbands are never able to enjoy them because they are Mutarajjilaat (i.e. they imitate men or are masculine).

‘Awrah of a woman in front of others
What are the places of adornment that are forbidden for a woman to show in front of strangers (non-mahrams) or mahrams?

Companions on the face of a woman
A very short discussion about if a woman has to cover her face.

Exhorting children to pray
Command your children to perform Salaah when they are seven years old...

Children receive reward if they reach age of discernment
A young boy receives rewards for his deeds once he has reached the age when he can discern...

Can you awaken children for Fajr Prayer though the weather is very cold?
Command your children to perform Salaah (prayer) when they are seven years old...

Ruling on the Salaah offered by those whose children abandon Salaah
Your Salaah is valid, and you will be rewarded for correcting your children, may Allaah guide them.

Three issues you cannot joke about
There are three affairs that are serious, whether you say them seriously or jokingly, they are serious.

Can men dye their hands and feet with henna?
As for men using henna for beautification and to resemble women then this is not permissible.

Directing fathers to give importance to raising children Islaamically
Directing the fathers to give much importance to their children; especially in this time.

Using henna as a medicine
Can henna be used by men; especially if it is for the purpose of treating an illness?

The ruling on disliking polygamy
Some women say: “Plural marriage is unlawful.” What is the ruling on levelling this type of charge against al-Islaam?

The Legislation of the Hijaab
The call to uncovering will not bring to the Muslims any good in their Religion nor in their worldly affairs.

Polygamy and rights of women in Islaam
Advise with regard to polygamy and the rights of women in Islaam.

There are special regulations in Islaam legislated for women regarding the three types of bleeding they experience, that are menses, post-partum bleeding, and abnormal bleeding.

Introduction to Muslim family (part 1 of 2)
The family is one of the central organising institutions of society. In Islaam a family is built through marriage.

Introduction to Muslim family (part 2 of 2)
Families are the proper setting in which children are cared for and raised.

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