Faith IQ – Hadith Meaning The Best Of Women’s Rows Are The Back

This hadith is referring to a masjid setup where there is no partition between the men’s and women’s sections. In Prophet’s ï·º masjid itself, there was no partition. Men simply prayed at the front of the masjid and women prayed in the back of the masjid. While it is often translated as “best” and “worst,” … Read more

Faith IQ – Should A Woman Prioritize Her Family Or Her Worship In Ramadan

Social expectations can make some women feel like they have to choose between family or their worship in Ramadan. We all have multiple responsibilities, and while that means we have to work hard to balance them, that also means we don’t have to choose between one or the other. For both men and women, caring … Read more

Faith IQ – Can A Woman On Her Monthly Cycle Read The Qur’an

Can sisters who are on their monthly cycle and not fasting read the Qur’an? What actions of worship should they indulge in and how? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi answers…

Faith IQ – How Do I Commit To Reading The Qur’an Daily Despite My Busy Life

During this blessed month of Ramadan, the Qur’an plays a huge role in our lives. How can one commit to reading the Qur’an daily and making time to read the Qur’an despite having a busy daily life? Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim gives us some tips

Faith IQ – Do I Need Wudhu To Touch The Mushaf

Ramadan is the month where the Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet (PBUH). Do you need to have wudhu every single time you pick up the Qur’an? Is it allowed to touch the Qur’an without having made wudhu? Shaykh Waleed Basyouni explains.

Faith IQ – Can I Make Dua In My Own Language In My Prayer

Ramadan is a month full of supplication and prayer. However, are you able to make dua in your prayer in your own language or does it have to be in Arabic? Should my dua be in Arabic in order for it to be accepted? Shaykh Waleed Basyouni tells us the answers.

Faith IQ – Can I Take Medication While I’m Fasting

Many people have wondered whether taking medication breaks your fast or not. Do all medications break one’s fast? Are there only specific types of medications that break one’s fast? Which kinds of medication would one be allowed to take?

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