The Assembly of Muslim Jurists in America said: "As for the jumuah, it is not permissible for adult men who are otherwise required to attend it to miss it except in the case of justifiable, not conjectural, fear (whether for oneself or others)." Meaning, there needs to be a real risk of exposure and harm. If your particular area has a non-existent or low ...
If you get cancer, the only help you'll get is from a doctor.
If you get HIV, the only help you'll get is from a doctor.
If you get the flu, the only help you'll get is from medicine to help with symptoms.
The above thinking goes against Islamic beliefs, tantamount to shirk. Allah may be the "best of protectors", but He is also the one who gives life and ...
No, according to the majority. That is because the texts preventing a woman from imamah over men:
are general, not specific to strangers
do not provide a criterion (such as lust or any evil thoughts) on which they are conditional
do not make an exception for a mahram
Whereas texts on imamah of women (such as those narrated from or regarding Aisha, Umm ...
Analysis, discussion and prologue
First of all we are talking about a contagious invisible virus, which any of us if it has broken out in our area could be a potential medium or distributor without necessarily being infected himself. So the matter is dangerous and should be taken very seriously as the outbreak of the related sickness and symptoms might take ...
There's nothing hindering you to do so. Especially as you came across that it is sunnah and if you are rather sure of its authenticity.
Be aware that even if the Hanafi maddhab doesn't follow this sunnah this doesn't mean that the Hanafi scholars have not discussed the hadith its authenticity and validity, so they certainly have reasons for not following ...
The Hadith to be considered is:
It was narrated that Jabir bin ‘Abdullah said: “The Messenger of Allah
(ﷺ) said: The best rows for men are the front rows and the worst rows
are the back rows, and the best rows for women are the back rows and
the worst are the front rows.”
So before a prayer starts, above is the recommended sequence.