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KnowledgeSeeker36

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  1. Silly question but if I said “Allahu Akbar” instead of “Wallahu Akbar” in my third/fourth rakah of salat today, do I have to repeat it?
  2. This is so helpful, thank you!! So, is is then okay to use that hand to finish the washing of the arms?
  3. Salaam, just got this news on the Al-Khoei Mosque (NY) livestream that Thursday May 13 is Eid. I don’t know for other areas.
  4. Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you so much for your reply! This part I do know. I am referring to when I am doing the first wash of the face at the start of wudu. When I finish taking a shower, I try to dry my hair and it still remains a bit wet on the sides other than used for wiping. When I do the first washing of my face, sometimes my hand touches/comes into contact with my hair above. I wanted to know if this is problematic. Wet hair coming into contact with the hand that is used to wash the face for wudu. Wudu water and the wetness from above the hair mixing when washing the face. thank you again!
  5. Salaam, Does anyone know what one should do if someone is doing wudu and the hair in general is still wet after trying to dry it several times? I’m not talking about the part of the wiping, usually I feel ok with drying that. But when doing the washing of my face, sometimes my hand touches my hair right above and it’s still a bit wet even after I try drying it, and I’m not sure if the water from the wudu and the water from the hair are allowed to mix. Thank you.
  6. Does anyone know if the answers in this thread are the same 18 years later? (Not sure if that’s a silly question). I’ve been struggling with this lately.
  7. Agreed. It’s been about 4 years since I gave up most music. It may be difficult in the beginning. Ask Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for help sincerely in this area. I’ve replaced music with Qur’an and lectures. If you have a doubt about what is halal or not, I would really keep pushing your studies further. If you still don’t know where to land, just try your best to avoid it completely, ask Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for help, and replace the music with content relating to Islam.
  8. I see where it says USA, but it also specifically mentions west coast later on? I know the Council here in USA that is followed by many Sunnis are observing the month of Ramadhan today, Tuesday because of eyewitness reports in California. I’m not sure at all, but it may boil down to who your marja is and what they believe in regard to moon sighting and sharing horizons.
  9. Asalamu Alaikum all, I hope everyone is well. I’ve been struggling with my salah a lot. I’ve been experiencing some difficulties surrounding it that is difficult for me to explain in words. It doesn’t have to do with waswas and doubts. The one thing I can say is that I have a number of missed salah that has grown. It’s been eating me alive so much. I’ve worked on many aspects of myself, am grateful for the guidance that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has given me in numerous areas, and try to be a good Muslim day to day. I have begun trying to make up my prayers. One thing that’s been sitting in my mind is chest about the future. If I make a sincere intention to make up my missed prayers but then die soon...and can’t finish it...like I get sad thinking about it. As a female, should I put these prayers in a will? Can I write a will and include it in even if I’m still young? I just think about myself and The Day of Judgement and I want to be in a good state. It is this area I want to work on along with others.
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