Is it permissible for my wife to visit women who do not offer Salaah?

Question 25: Is it permissible for my wife to visit women who do not offer Salaah (Prayer), bearing in mind that their husbands also do not pray and that perhaps they intermix with female visitors?

Answer: If there is a benefit of your wife visiting these ladies, such as calling them to the Way of Allaah (Exalted be He) and advising them to carry out the obligations of Islaam and there is no Munkar (that which is unacceptable or disapproved of by Islaamic law and Muslims of sound intellect) involved, like being intermixed with men, it is permissible for her to visit them. Otherwise, it is impermissible... read more here.

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Women wearing jewelry depicting animate beings

Question 366: Is it permissible for women to wear the French Riyals engraved with human figures or not? Please advise! May Allaah reward you with the best!

Answer: It is not permissible to wear jewelry with designs of living beings engraved or stamped. It is authentically reported that the Messenger of Allaah (peace be upon him) stated: Those who make such figures would be punished on the Day of Resurrection and it would be said to them: Breathe soul into what you have created. He also said to `Alee (may Allah be pleased with him): “Spare no figure without wiping it out…”... read more here.

Does the passage of women, black dogs, and donkeys in front of a praying person invalidate Salaah?

Question 1: Your Eminence, I am a woman who lives close to one of the Masjids (mosques) in Al-Dammam and this Masjid is a Masjid Jaami` (the large mosque where Jumu’ah [Friday] Prayers are held). Praise be to Allah, I observe Salaah (Prayer) on its due time. I have average knowledge. Once, I heard the Imam (the one who leads congregational Prayer) of the Masjid through microphones saying: Salaah is interrupted by three: A woman, a black dog, and a donkey. I do not know the degree of the validity of this Hadeeth. How can a woman be associated with a donkey or a dog? Is she Najaasah (ritually impure)? Please advise us, may Allaah reward you best!

Answer: First, A Muslim has to submit to the rulings of Sharee’ah (Islaamic Law), whether they know the wisdom behind them or not… read more here.