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Can I pray home and not go masjid due to Corona virus.

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 03/03/2020 - 15:37
Asalam Alaikum There are a couple cases of the coronavirus in my country(belgium) and spreading. I have heard from sheikhs if u are afraid u can pray at home instead of the mosque. I am not afraid of the virus but my mother is and she doesn't want me to pray at the masjid anymore and go outside in general (only for college if lesson is obligatory). Should i be obediënt to my mother and Stay home or should i still go to the masjid and Will there ever be a moment that IT is obligatory to not go to the masjid concerning this plague. Note: i am male and the masjid is really close.


Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 11/24/2019 - 00:05

AssalaamuAlaikum. I'm from India. My mother, a gem of a woman, passed away in May 2018. She was the only person in my family whom I could find a connect with. She used to encourage me to perform Islamic acts and become better muslim, at the same time balancing the duniya. Unfortunately, I don't have the same relationship with my father. We seldom spoke. I rarely saw him pray. He became somewhat regular just a few years ago, when he was stopped earning and that too when was greatly urged by my mother. My father's side of the family often perfoms chirag fatiha (certain biddah activites).

My Niece is 10 and has a horrible anxiety or fear of sleep

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 09/24/2019 - 21:14

My niece is 10 and her fear of sleep has put a strain on her parents she is always scared to fall asleep and be left on her own. Even if her siblings are with her in the room and they fall asleep before her she starts crying. If she wakes to find everyone else asleep she will cry. As soon as it hits bed time she will become so nervous she screams and shouts and become so hyper. What can I read to help her parents have tried all the tips and spoken to the doctors nothing is helping. Her two younger brothers have no problems and are happy to go to sleep themselves

Not good relations with Father

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 04/15/2019 - 08:20

My father haven't support us (Four Children of him) not morally or economically. We have taken economical help from our maternal family in major issues like my sister's wedding and brother's surgery. He left our home so that nobody ask him for any sort of help. As the difficult times passes he came back home. Our home is financed by my maternal family and in the name of my Mother. I don't talk to my father except necessary. Because when anybody talks to him, he start abusing and all! I am facing rejections on many stages of my life.

Spoilt kid

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 03/22/2019 - 19:57

I hava a 6 year old son.. i live with my husband and his parents.. my son is becoming naughty .. he is stubborn.. rude and disobedient.. everyone has pampered him and spoilt him to the core.. we have tried to explain him with love, scolded him, punishe d him every possoble way Another issue is he llaughs uncontrollably whenwe try to discipline him.. i dont know what to do?? He is an intelligent boy and a very nice student in his school

Abusive Non Muslim Mother

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 03/02/2019 - 18:26

Assalamuaikum I am a Revert. I embraced Islam 3 years ago. I come from an Indian Hindu Family. My mother is an extremely rude lady. All my childhood I have seen her fighting with my father and other family members. I also happen to marry a Muslim girl soon Inshallah whose family has agreed to her in my marriage despite being a revert. Now that I have converted to Islam and also am going to marry a Muslim girl, my mother is strictly against this. She is a strict Hindu worshipper. She is extremely rude and she has been torturing me for 10 months now. She curses me day and night.

Physical Looks (Spouse Selection)

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 12/08/2018 - 21:34

Islam says to look into behaviour and islamic Akhlaq when we look for our better half. But I am here because I am actually fed up. All that I have experienced is looks, color that has mattered to people so far. I am here to look for some support basically as I think I am broken down to the core. My Salah my nature doesn't matter actually and it is painful to see parents go through this.


Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 10/28/2018 - 10:42

Assalamo alikyum, I left a very expensive gold ring in my bathroom that been abducted by my mother in law. I found it in her bag and did not take it out. Now she has realized that i checked her bag and telling me that parents can steal things from their children as they raised children. And when kids were young everything was at their disposal and parents wont say anything when children used that stuff. So, if now parents steal or hide something from son's house whether it belongs to daughter in law it is absolutely fine. She was also quoting some Hadith to back up her saying.


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