Allaah likes to restrict a person's ability to perform good deeds
It is not prohibited when there is a necessity
If you have the ability to do any action of worship, then it is obligatory for you to do it - no matter what that act of worship is
Actions are only in accordance with the intentions behind them
An action of worship is not obligatory unless you have the ability to do it
It is not given the rulings of a living person
It must be washed ceremonially
It must be buried
It must be prayed over
The outward part of our actions i.e. how we do our acts of worship
The inner hidden part of our actions i.e. what intention we have when we do our acts of worship
The six pillars of eemaan
None of the above
We should not punish them ourselves. We should leave the person to Allaah to deal with Himself.
The leader of the Muslims (walatul umoor) may punish that person at his own discretion.
Leave them for Abu Bakr to fight in the Hereafter.
We should call the curses of the angels upon that person.
The case should be taken before a Judge to deal on the basis of "the balance of probabilities".
Standing in a desert
Being a traveller
Being dishevelled and dusty (for example on the Day of Arafah during Hajj)
Having clothing which is haraam
Standing calling on Allaah by His Lordship (for example by saying, "Yaa Rabb!")
Beginning our du'aa by mentioning Abu Bakr's name
Asking the Prophet sall Allaahu alaihi wa sallam to be an intermediary
Raising our hands to the sky
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