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  1. Salam. Here you go- Grand Ayatollah Sistani & Imam Khameni are more popular & knowledgeable & their sites are multilingual beside them Ayatollah Makarim shirazi has a multilnigual site but he has lesser followers outside of Iran than them. Website of- Ayatullah Khamenei (رضي الله عنه).: www.leader.ir Ayatullah Sistani (رضي الله عنه).: www.Sistani.org Ayatullah Makarem Shirazi (رضي الله عنه).: www.makarem.ir
  2. اللّهُمّ صَلّ عَلَى مُحَمّدٍ وَآلِ مُحَمّدٍ Allahumma salli ‘ala Muhammad wa Ali Muhammad
  3. "Ruling 1032. Two sajdahs together comprise one rukn, and if someone does not perform both of them in obligatory prayers in one rakʿah – even if this is due to forgetfulness or not knowing the ruling – his prayer is invalid. The same applies, based on obligatory precaution, if one adds two sajdahs in one rakʿah forgetfully or due to ‘inculpable ignorance’ (al-jahl al-quṣūrī). (Inculpable ignorance is when someone has a valid excuse for not knowing).Ruling 1033. If a person intentionally does not perform a sajdah or adds a sajdah, his prayer becomes invalid; but if he inadvertently does not perform a sajdah or adds one, his prayer does not become invalid. " Click here for more info- Link "Based on obligatory precaution, [for the purposes of sajdah] the ‘forehead’ refers to its middle area, I.e. the rectangular area when two imaginary lines are drawn between the place where the eyebrows begin(1) in the middle of the forehead up to the point where the hair grows." Click the above Link for more.
  4. You made me smile. Well, any thread with proper answers can be helpful for someone else in future.
  5. There is no problem in that. And Shias also use prayer mats. Not essential though. Prayer mat- And Sajdah- Hope you don't have any confusion now. MashaAllah! Never apologize for your thirst for knowledge. May Allah bless you & grant you success & happiness in this world & hereafter.
  6. You should put your forehead on turbah. And make sure that skin of your forehead comes in contact with turbah, there shouldn't be any barrier between them. Click on the links shared by other brothers to know which things you can use instead of turbah.
  7. My mistake. Please excuse the typo. @realizm @MehrBanoo Thanks for the link & explanation.@Mahdavist
  8. A little correction: Above statement is according to the rulings of Ayatullah Sistani (رضي الله عنه). "In marrying a virgin woman, whether Muslim or from Ahlul Kitab, it is necessary to get the consent of her father or paternal grandfather, if she is not independent. the case of the woman who had lost her virginity because of fornication or another cause is like that of a virgin" And according to Ayatullah Khamenei (رضي الله عنه). a fornicator may not considered as virgin, but still the permission from her wali is prefered. The girl, whose virginity is lost by fornication or intercourse by mistake, is not categorized as virgin as far as the necessity of obtaining her father’s consent for her marriage is concerned. However, caution in asking for the permission not to be neglected. However, if virginity is lost by other means, getting the father’s permission is obligatory.
  9. Salam. Yes, except for Salat-al-safa, where there is no qunoot.
  10. This dua is usually recited after jumuah prayer. https://www.duas.org/azbala.htm https://www.al-Islam.org/an-overview-of-Mahdi-s-government-najimuddin-tabasi/dua-al-faraj-ilahi-azuma-l-balau
  11. It is the head & feet that should be dry. Ruling 255. The area to be wiped must be dry; and if it is wet to the extent that the wetness of the hand has no effect on it, the wiping is invalid. However, there is no problem if the area to be wiped is merely damp, or its wetness is so little that it becomes absorbed in the wetness of the hand. Click here for more info- http://www.Sistani.org/english/book/48/2152/
  12. اللّهُمّ صَلّ عَلَى مُحَمّدٍ وَآلِ مُحَمّدٍ Allahumma salli ‘ala Muhammad wa Ali Muhammad
  13. I couldn't agree more with you. If have read the previous two links that I shared then you might have a rough idea about the proper method of mourning. Needless to say, except few marjas most of them prohibit Shias to perform extreme acts. (in fear of innovation and defaming shi'ism perhaps). Here's another narration- You can check this too- https://www.al-Islam.org/uprising-ashura-and-responses-doubts-Ali-asghar-ridwani/psychology-mourning
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