The environment we live in is filled with challenges and distractions. A Muslim is encouraged to be cautious and particular about the places he visits. A Muslim should not visit places or attend events were the possibility of vice or the implication of sin exist. These teachings are borne out of principles from the Quran and Sunnah.
Among the many bounties enjoyed by the Muslim Ummah is the great day of Jumuah. Hafiz Ibn Katheer (R) said, "It was named Jumu'ah because it is derived from the word Al-Jam' in Arabic which means to gather, as Muslims gather weekly in large numbers on this day. The day of Jumuah should not be viewed as “another working day”, but rather as a day of great virtue and blessing.
For many centuries the practice of covering the head for males has been adhered to religiously by Muslims. Covering the head in Salah and out of Salah was the constant practice of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and the Sahabah t.
Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said, “Whoever performs his Fajr Salah with congregation, and then remains seated remembering Allah until after sunrise, after which he performs 2 Rakaats of Salah (Salatul Ishraq), will receive the reward of a complete Hajj and Umrah.” (Tirmizi)
The laws pertaining to inheritance and succession are considered to be among the most important aspects of Islamic Shariah law. Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: 'It is not permissible for any Muslim who has a bequest to make, that he remains two nights without having a written (wasiyyah) bequest'. (Bukhari & Muslim)