When the prayer leader is in rukū‘, assuming a ma’mūm joins the prayer, recites the takbīrah al-iḥrām but, then, fails to enter the state of rukū‘ with the prayer leader, what becomes of the ma‘mūm‘s duty thereafter?
It is said that when imam is in the last tashahhud, one may start – in order to reap its reward - the congregational prayer, sit down and say tashahhud. What is meant by to sit down, is it normal sitting or tajāfī?
A person does not know the exact number of days he has failed to fast or how many days of prayers he missed. What should he do? And what rule applies if he does not know whether he missed the fast intentionally or due to a shar‘ī excuse?
Assuming that after wuḍū’, I see something on the wuḍū’ members while I doubt whether or not it constitute an obstacle to prevent water from reaching the wuḍū’ members, may I say my prayer with that wuḍū’?
In view of the issues mentioned in your book on practical laws of Islam regarding removing the obstacles that prevent water from reaching the wuḍū’ members, what is the rule concerning those whose work is painting or the like if they find few obstacles after the prayer considering that they have spent quiet a long time in removing the obstacles?
What is the fatwa of His Eminence, the great leader concerning the following issue: Some of the followers are travelers and end their prayer in the second rak'ah and immediately start another prayer (join the congregational prayer again). Does it harm the validity of other followers' congregational prayer?