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Performing fardh salaah in a car

Q: While travelling in a car, my family prayed the obligatory namaz sitting in the car. Later I found out that sitting while being able to stand invalidates namaz. It was also raining heavily so is the prayer valid as it was done out of ignorance or should I tell my family to repeat those prayers?

If they have to repeat it, should it be prayed as qasr?

Qadha for missed salaahs

Q: Before I used to pray and then I stopped praying. Now I started again and I was wondering what can I do for the missed prayers?

If I repent, pray the sunnah and ask for forgiveness will I be forgiven and enter Jannah?

Discharging zakaat after a lunar year

Q: Does one have to pay zakaat only after one has had the stipulated amount of wealth in ones possession for a year or does one have to pay zakaat immediately after receiving the stipulated amount?

And what is the amount that if reached, one will have to pay zakaat?

Following the law of the land that does not conform to shar`ee law

Q: I am 20 years old and live in the UK. Here we are obliged to have car insurance. Similarly, for delivering food etc. (Uber eats) we are required to have food insurance. Insurance companies don't supply that to us until we are 21, so right now, I do food delivery for Uber eats on a normal insurance. That would mean that I am not abiding by the law of the land, would that make my income haraam?

My dad is currently not working and I am paying rent for the house. Furthermore, I intend on buying another car in the next few months. If this income is haraam, when I am 21 and do the food delivery legally, but the car I use to deliver the food is from haraam money, does that make whatever I earn haraam?

If it is haraam, once I turn 21, can I repent and give the calculated amount I've earned up until I became 21, to charity? Would my income thereafter be halaal? 

Performing the sunnah muakkadah salaah

Q: How many rakaats are the sunnah muakkadah salaah? Can you explain to me the various sunnah muakkadah salaah that are performed with the fardh and what are the virtues of performing them? 

Carrying out the aqeeqah of one's child if one is in debt

Q: If a person is under debt, is aqeeqah still a sunnah to perform or should they first pay their debts and then do aqeeqah for their children?

Zakaat on cash buffer in a property trust

Q: A trust was formed and a property was purchased for investment purposes. Shareholders bought into the investment. A portion of the net rental are distributed to the shareholders and a portion of this net rental is held back in the trust as a cash buffer for unforseen events (e.g. Unforeseen expense). What is the zakaat implications on the cash buffer held back in the property trust?

Taking beach sand, shells or flowers home

Q:

1. Can I take beach sand and use it for my personal use? I have some work to do and don't want to outlay extra cash.

On that note, can I take home with me a beach pebble or shell I find on the shore/sand?

2. I love taking walks in nature. If I find an interesting leaf or flower, etc. Can I take that home too? 

Maintaining family ties with relatives who are jealous

Q: Our relatives sometimes hurt us, like some of our cousins are jealous of us and do things that actually hurts us and try to degrade us. At first, all our relatives would dine with us but when they started being jealous of us, all our relatives were far away from us, especially from our family and because of that I am in very bad condition.

I am mentally disturbed... and I actually don't know what to do. I am just making sabr, because at this point I can't do anything and this thing is actually happening for 3 to 4 years already. What does Islam teach us to do at this point?

Being sinful for stray thoughts

Q: We have read that we are rewarded for good thoughts, but not sinful for bad thoughts as long as we don’t act on them. But we have also heard that we are responsible for our thoughts and therefore sinful for thinking wrong. So what is true? Because we do think of sins, for example, sometimes our mind just keeps going to some bad thought even though we try to remove that thought from our mind, but it keeps coming. We even pray for that thought to go away, but it doesn’t. So are we sinful for bad thoughts like this?

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