The etiquette of travelling forms the 17th chapter of Imam Al-Ghazali’s seminal work, the Ihya, which is widely regarded as the greatest work on Islamic spirituality in the world.
- Travelling To Awaken Your “Anesthetized” Heart, by Dr Yousuf Patel
- Is the Hostel Life Foreign to the Sunna?
- Do My Financial Difficulties Allow Me to Travel on a Child Ticket?
- Can I Break My Fast While Traveling During Ramadan?
- Can My Brother-In-Law Be My “Mahram” for a Trip?
- Can I Follow Another School of Law When Traveling? (Shafi’i)
- When am I Considered a Traveller? (Shafi’i)
- How Should I Deal With People Practising Islam in a Different Way Than Mine?
- Is It Permissible to Travel During Ramadan? (Shafi’i)
- Can a Woman Travel Alone for More Than 48 Miles If There Is a Benefit?
- What Is the Distance a Woman Can Journey Alone?
- What Are the Rulings Regarding Travel in Relation to Distance, Praying on a Boat and the Friday Prayer?
- Can I Pray in a Car? How To Pray in a Train?
- I Study Abroad – Should I Shorten My Prayers During My Visit Back Home?