Can we use the love of Allah as a means to worship Him beyond what is in the Qur’an and Sunnah, because our love makes us transcend those two sources?
Prayer (Salah) being one of the five pillars of Islam is mentioned many times in the Qur’an as an obligatory duty for every adult Muslim.
How does one acquire knowledge of and belief in God, His Attributes, His Law and the Day of Judgment?
How iman (faith) is related to Islam? Who is the Muslim, and who is the mu’min? Is there Islam without faith? What makes a Muslim true and staunch?
Islam means obedience to God. And it is common sense that this obedience cannot be complete unless man knows certain basic facts of life and places firm faith in them.
When is it permissible for a woman to go to the mosque for prayer and attend gatherings for the remembrance of Allah, and when is it forbidden?
Does Islam allow women to attend the mosques to witness congregational prayer and assemblies for remembering God? What do the Qur’an and Sunnah say about that?
Why should the Muslim perform ghusl before going to Friday Prayer? Is it obligatory or preferred? What is the proof of that from the Sunnah?
Every Muslim should know that ablution has certain conditions, obligatory acts, and sunnah practices to be observed while performing it
What are nawafil prayers, and why are they legislated? Should it be offered in one’s house or in mosques? Is it acceptable for one to make nawafil while sitting even though he has the ability to stand?