A house is a building that functions as a home.
It is allowed to have such pictures on clothes, carpets, curtains, walls etc but it is Makrouh (disliked) to pray (Salah) in front of such pictures.
After doing your best to prevent or stop wrong, you will not be responsible for the sins of others even at your own home. You must do whatever you can, and no more than your ability.
No, you do not have the right to kill him if there is no danger to your life from him. You have the right to protect your life, family and wealth with out killing him.
Every rule in Islam is based on our interest and avoiding us any harm. We do not know all the details of the reason but Allah (SWT) and the Prophet (SAWA) know the full reasons. We trust Allah and His Messenger and believe that dog is Najis because it is harmful for us to be in contact with dog.
Many medical scientists confirmed that many dangerous parasites can come to humans from contact with dog.
Journal of Medicine and Life stated : Dogs are a major reservoir for zoonotic infections.Dogs transmit several viral a bacterial diseases to humans.zoonotic diseases can be transmitted to humans by infected saliva aerosols,contaminated urine and feces and direct contact with the dog.
If the money has not been used and will not be shortly used in building your home or its extension which you use for residence, then Khums is obligatory on it.
There are different opinions among the Ulama in this matter.
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The narration has been wrongly translated according to the wrong understanding of some fanatic Muslims like Wahabis.
The narration in Arabic is لا تدخل الملائكة بيتا فيه كلب أو تماثيل
The angles do not enter a house which has a dog or statues (Idols).
Photographs or drawings are not statues nor idols. Some narrow minded persons claim that photos and drawings are like the statues. This misunderstanding came from the difference in the meaning of the word صورة تصاوير which means in original Arabic statues or idols but in the Arabic of today it is been used for photographs which were not available that time.
Photography is allowed and putting photos at home is allowed but we should not display photos of females in reception room or any where where non Mahram men can see it.
Yes, it is permissible if there is compatibility in Fath and Akhlaq.
Wife needs her husband's permission to go out if her going out contradicts with his rights as a husband and needs from her.
If the husband permitted her to go out and she thinks that the situation is same, then no need for repeated permission every time, as far as she knows that he will not object. This is called ITHN AL_FAHWA اذن الفحوى (Understood permission).
Recommended fast also needs husband permission if it contradicts with his rights as husband on his wife. If husband needs his wife for intimacy relationship during the day, she can not refuse him because of recommended fast.
No, it is not necessary or wajib, unless one had made a vow that should they purchase a new house they will sacrifice an animal.
Otherwise, they do not need to. Of course, it is highly recommended to show gratitude to Allah ta'ala, and thankfulness, and to repel envy or evil eye, by organising a banquet (waleemah), and by sacrificing an animal and feeding people. It does not need to be a goat, but any halal animal.
And Allah knows best
Jesus is a Prophet of God, so even if we accept that these are miracles, it proves that he is the messenger of Allah and is holy.
Moreover, Christianity is a religion of Allah but Muslims believe it happened distortion in this religion. And we should follow the religion of our time...
If there is a chance of getting involved in haraam acts, then it's haraam to be alone in these places.