Pescetarians are vegetarians who do not eat any type of meat except fish.
It is allowed to do that for some time, but it is not allowed to claim that eating meat is totally harmful . The Prophets and infallible Imams (AS) used to eat mean and Allah (SWT) is ordering us to eat from the meat of the animal which we sacrifice (Sura Al-Hajj, Sura 28).
It is Makrouh (disliked) to eat meat daily for 40 days, and Makrouh as well to abandon eating meat for 40 days. The believers eat a little of meat even if they prefer vegetarian food, but claiming that eating meat is totally harmful contradicts with the Quran and teachings of the Prophets and Infallible Imams.
The believers who die can meet their own relatives if they are believers whether they died before or after their death.
If a married Muslim man wants to have more than one wife, he must be fully able to implement practical justice between them. If he is unable to maintain the practical justice between more than one wife, then he will be not allowed to marry more than one wife.
If a married Muslim man wants to have a temporary marriage (Mut'ah) with a woman from People of Book, he needs the permission of his Muslim wife for such temporary marriage.
No, it is not allowed to wipe over the Hijab for Wudhu. Wiping for Wudhu must be on the head or the hair itself and not on cloth covering the head.
She can seek guidance from any trusted person like her mother, sister, aunt, cousin sisters. If she has no trusted female to guide her, she can ask her father or brother to guide her.
Knowledge should be taken from any trusted source.
Yes, every prophet had a successor who leads his Ummah after the Prophet and all of them are infallible. The Hadeeth لكل نبي وصي is narrated in Shia and Sunni books. Among Sunni scholars who narrated this Hadeeth are Ibn Hanbal in Fadha'l al-Sahabah, Sibt Ibn al-Jawzi in Tathkirat al-Khawaass, Ibn al-Maghaazili in al-Manaaqib, al-Tabaraani in al-Mo'jam al-Kabeer and Ibn Asaakir in Tareekh Dimishq and many others.
Washing your face will makes it Taahir if you poured water on your face more than one time and your Wudhu then is valid.
This is Not true at all. There is a narration in this meaning in some Sunni books but has authentic narrators, hence has no value among our authentic scholars.
Muslim Ibn Aqeel (AS) was born in Madina in year 12 Hijri and was martyred in Kufa in year 60 Hijri by Bani Umayyah as he was the envoy of Imam Husain (AS) to Iraq. His age when he was martyred was 48 years.
Any Najis material is not allowed to swallow. Even if the material is not Najis, you should seek a medical advise to be sure that it should not harm your health.
The minimum obligatory knowledge is the basic faith (Tawheed, Adl, Nubowwah, Imamat, Qiyamah) and day to day matters which you need it like Wudhu, Ghusl, Tayammum, Salah rules and what to do when you doubt the number of Rak'ats, fasting, Khums, Zakat, Am Bil Ma'roof and Nahi Anil Munkar, Halal food rules, family rules, Hijab rules, etc.
No, it is not sufficient to ask one trustworthy person about which Marja to follow. He must be a high caliber 'Aalim (scholar), yet his witness alone is not sufficient because witness should come from two high caliber 'Aalims.