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  1. This is a very stressful time for everyone. New York public colleges and universities have ended in-person classes for the rest of the semester. They’re all moving to online classes now. People don’t know if commencements will happen. It’s all overwhelming.
  2. “And when My servants ask you concerning Me, then surely I am very near; I answer the prayer of the suppliant when he calls on Me, so they should answer My call and believe in Me that they may walk in the right way.” (2:186) Shakir Translation
  3. What if the turbah touched part of my forehead, but another part was covered by hijab. Should the whole turbah touch the forehead?
  4. @Diaz @aaaz1618 Thank you. I just have some questions, What if I go back to pray during Maghrib time and my prayer becomes Qada, can I still do this Sajdah? Should I redo the prayer? How do I say the niyyah for this Sajdah if I doubt if I added an extra dhikr? How is it said? When is it done?
  5. Asalamu Alaikum, I apologize if this is in the incorrect forum. I had a question about the dhuhur prayer that I completed today. While I was praying and was on the third rakat, I was unsure if I said a fourth set of dhikr by accident instead of three. Should I make up this prayer just in case? I am just really not sure if I said three sets of dhikr or four. Thank you!
  6. @Ali~J Thank you for sending this. I am still kind of not getting it completely, and I feel kind of bad, and if you could send it to his office, I would appreciate it and would wait patiently for a response. Once again, I apologize and I appreciate you for offering to send a question to the office.
  7. So, if alcohol is formed as a by product of a chemical process it is okay, but if it’s added it is haram? Just trying to clarify.
  8. Salaam, I’m a little confused, I thought Khamenei’s ruling is that it doesn’t matter how small the quantity is, it would still be impermissible? I apologize, I am just trying to understand.
  9. @notme I’ve seen this kind of answer for Sayed Sistani. I think I’ve heard that for Ayatollah Khamenei, alcohol would be najis in liquid form (or something among those lines) I’m just confused about alcohol in yeast, if it is natural or added, in addition to if it is haram. I’ve seen another forum on here about this topic, but I was confused on the answer.
  10. Asalamu Alaikum, Does anyone know the answer to this question? My marja is Ayatollah Khamenei. My concern is of the alcohol content that can be found in the baking of yeast.
  11. @Ashvazdanghe @Propaganda_of_the_Deed Wasalam, thank you. Is it wrong then if my turbah is used for my forehead but I am letting my nose touch my prayer mat?
  12. Asalamu Alaikum, I went through different posts on shiachat about this question, but I am still unsure of the answer. Is it wajib that our nose touch the turbah during prayer? Is it wajib for the nose to be on the ground in general? My marja is Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
  13. Even if they were not to be accepted it does not remove the obligation of performing them. Salaam, Just a general question. Does prayers not being accepted for 40 days mean that we have to redo those prayers again after 40 days? I am trying to understand what accepted means. Thank you.
  14. Salaam, Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but yes if this other person has touched the vegetables/food with wet hands, then the food is najis. Only food prepared by Muslims and the People of the Book would be tahir I believe. However, the brother did not eat the food on purpose. Should he only repent for his mistake? Does anyone else know what else he can do? I am not sure about everything else regarding the friendship, but felt like commenting on this matter.
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