We know that it is canonically objectionable to wear clothes that have pictures of people and animals printed on them during canonic prayers (ṣalāt), but what if we wear such clothes underneath other clothes that do not have such designs?
Is it valid to consecrate a moving structure as a mosque, whether it be a structure such as a trailer or a mobile home, which is moved at most once every few months, or an area such as a compartment in a railroad passenger car or an airplane, which is regularly on the move?
I borrowed a few pieces of gold several years ago from someone, and their value back then was, say, $200. Now, in virtue of inflation they are worth, say, $300. Do I owe the price they were worth when I borrowed them or their current price?
It sometimes happens that when we go to mosque for prayer, someone mistakenly takes our shoes and leaves behind his own shoes, which look a lot like ours. Can we in such instances wear the shoes that resemble ours?
My wife is three months pregnant. After several tests, the doctor came to know that the fetus is not fully developed. After the birth, it will not live more than five years, are we allowed to abort it?