In this article Nebil Hussain examines more than a dozen laws that classical Sunni and Twelver Shi‘i jurists characterized as specific to the Prophet’s progeny and...
The purpose of this study is to take a brief overview at some of the jurisprudential differences between Shia‘s and Sunnis in matters such as Wudhu’ (ablution), Adhan (the call to prayer), prayer, Khums, Tawaf Al-Nisa, and...
This booklet describes the Islamic laws that relate to the deceased – before, during, and after death. It includes concise information on matters that must be fulfilled, prohibited acts, and even...
The concept of Hijab is one of the most authentic rulings ever mandated by Allah SWT and Scholars have always made it clear that covering is obligatory for both men and women but the...
Fasting for Muslims means that all physically fit and mature Muslims have to totally and completely abstain from food, drink, smoking and...
Some Shia Jurists issued Fatwas (religious edict) in response to the Istifta (new inquiry) about questions regarding the fasting during the...
What time should one stop eating, at imsak timing or at the start of Fajr? In France imsak timing is 20 minutes before Fajr timing. Should we offer Fajr prayer immediately after...
What is the ruling on taking intravenous injections during Ramadhan when we are fasting? Is it permissible? Does it break the fast? What about other types of...
The Grand Ayatollah Sistani in an important Fatwa about decedents of Coronavirus emphasized that “It is not permissible to burn the Muslim dead bodies and their relatives and...
The office of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Sistani has answered some questions about the coronavirus outbreak and its repercussions include how a person should deal with those who...