This answer was collected from DarulIftaBirmingham.co.uk, which is run under the supervision of Mufti Mohammed Tosir Miah from the United Kingdom.
Question What is the ruling regarding holding the stick during friday khutbah? Answer In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. It is preferable to hold a staff/stick during the Friday khutba. If one does not hold a staff/stick, then this… read more »
Question: As salaamu alaykum, Mufti sabh there is this imam during christmas time he celebrates the event and even dress as santa. recently i’ve heard that he buys the nutrina chicken to eat. is it jaaiz to pray behind him because the imam of my masjid usually let him give khutba by me Answer: In… read more »
Q: What is the method of performing salaatul istisqaa‘ and when should salaatul istisqaa‘ be performed? A: Salaatul istisqaa will be performed at the time of drought. The Imaam will congregate with the people at the time of ishraaq and perform two rakaats salaah in jamaat without azaan and iqaamah. He will recite the qiraat loudly and… read more »
Assalaam, First let me praise you and your team for this beautiful website. Alhamdulilah. May Allah (SWT) give you strength to continue and reach the maximum of Muslims. My question is what should we do when the Jumuah Khutbah is being recited? Reason I ask this is because I’ve been taught since a kid… read more »
As salamulaikum If a person is an imam for second jummah should azan be given twice and than iqama or first azan of first jummah will suffice and azan will be given once and than iqama(meaning the first azan for first jummah is given thereafter just before the khutba of second jummah azan is given… read more »
I have a question regarding Joining Jumah salah after second rukuh. Yesterday in Jumah Khutba the khateeb was speaking about the etiquettes of the day of Jumah. One point towards the end he said was if someone misses the ruku of the 2nd rakah and joins the jamaat after that and before the salam, he will… read more »