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Last Modified:  09 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

Suggested program for the Muslim during Ramadaan ar - en - fr - ur - id - zh Firstly, let me congratulate you on the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadaan; I hope that Allaah will accept fasting and prayers from us and from you. I hope that I can make the most of this opportunity to do as much worship and earn as much reward as possible. I hope that you could give me a program that is suitable for me and my family so that we can make the most of this month in goodness and obedience.



Last Modified:  09 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

I recently found out that my kidneys are producing stones, and a doctor who is Muslim and pious (as he appears to be) said that I am allowed not to fast in Ramadan. To explain further, the reason is so as to protect against the formation of stones by drinking water throughout the day. Do I have to not fast in Ramadan?.



Last Modified:  09 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

If a person consumes something that breaks the fast due to ignorance of the ruling or of the time



Last Modified:  05 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

The family and Ramadaan ar - en - fr - ur - id - ug I am the head of a household, and now Ramadaan is coming. How should I take care of my family and teach them during this blessed month?.



Last Modified:  05 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

Definition of the blood which invalidates the fast ar - en - es - fr - ur I want to ask about the amount of blood coming from the body of a person which invalidates the fast. I suffer from piles (haemorrhoids). That has been for a long time and is not regular, and it may be accompanied by bleeding, the amount of which is approximately half a coffee cup.



Last Modified:  05 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

She bled after having an injection for temporary contraception; what should she do? ar - en I have a female relative who is married; she is thirty years old, has diabetes and high blood pressure and she had a stroke last year that affected her health in general. Then she had an injection that would provide contraception for three months. Before that time ended, she started to bleed, a light flow that lasted from before Ramadan until after Ramadan ended, and she continued to pray and fast. ...



Last Modified:  05 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

He prays but he does not fast in Ramadan - does that make him a kaafir? ar - en - fr - ur - id - ug - hi - tr - zh Is a person who does not fast a kaafir, if he still prays, and he does not fast even though he is not sick and has no other excuse?.



Last Modified:  02 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

Offering congratulations for the beginning of Ramadaan ar - en - es - fr - ur - id What is the ruling on offering congratulations for the beginning of Ramadaan by saying “Kull ‘aam wa antum bikhayr (roughly equivalent to “Many happy returns” - traditional Arabic phrase of congratulations on occasions such as Eid etc.)?.



Last Modified:  02 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

There is no specific du'aa' to be recited when starting to fast ar - en - es - fr - ur Is that what is the dua atthe time of begningof fasting.



Last Modified:  01 Aug 2011 02:10  GMT

The Muslim in Ramadaan ar - en - fr - ur - id - ru - zh - hi What should we say to the Muslims on the occasion of the beginning of Ramadaan?.



Last Modified:  28 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

Why are the Muslims not united in their fasting even though there is only one new moon for Ramadaan? In the past there was the excuse of there being no media or means of communication.



Last Modified:  27 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

The sighting of the moon in my country was delayed by two days, and there is a group of people who follow the general sighting and fast with Saudi and other neighbouring lands. I started to follow this group this year and I fasted one day before my country. Do I have to make up the fast, knowing that the sighting here was proved after that? Should I break the fast with my country or when the moon is sighted anywhere?



Last Modified:  24 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

Some people claimed to have sighted the new moon of Ramadan, whilst astronomers and those who follow calculations claim that it is not possible to have sighted it on that night. There is no confusion in my mind because of this, as calculations may be wrong. But what does confuse me is that the astronomers and those who deal with calculations claim that they tried to sight the moon that night with the telescopes and other equipment that they have but they did not see it. How can it be seen with t ...



Last Modified:  15 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

I had many days owing of Ramadaan fasts because of pregnancy and giving birth, which coincided with the time of Ramadaan. I have made them up, praise be to Allaah, with the exception of the last seven days. I fasted three of them in the second half of Sha'baan, and I want to do the rest before Ramadaan begins. But I read on your site that it is not permissible to fast in the second half of Sha'baan, except for a person who habitually fasts. Please advise me, may Allaah reward you. I want to ...



Last Modified:  14 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

Does he have to make up the days he missed of Ramadan before he became Muslim?



Last Modified:  12 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

My sister did not fast some days in Ramadan two years ago when she was pregnant, and she is still unable to make them up. What should she do?



Last Modified:  11 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on breaking a fast when making up an obligatory fast?



Last Modified:  10 Jul 2011 03:04  GMT

I am a muslim women married for almost 2 years,in my past life i had unintential murder of someone by a drug and i did not knew the concequences,i am not sure but that guilt was in me may be i was the reason to kill,so in your website i searched and i saw that kaffara of unintential killing is 2 months fast or free a slave,so obviously i had the only choice of fasting 2 continuous months,so i made up mind of fasting and start fasting with my husband permission,i fast almost 25 fasts then i found ...



Last Modified:  08 Jul 2011 02:34  GMT

My husband was bitten by a snake twenty-five years ago, one day before Ramadan, and he was in a critical state for two months. The following year he did not fast for ten days, until the doctor allowed him to fast. And my husband was not able to feed poor people because he was very poor. Does he have to make up the fast and feed poor people because now he is well off, praise be to Allah?



Last Modified:  07 Jul 2011 02:11  GMT

I missed five days in Ramadaan when I did not fast because I was sick. Do I have to fast them consecutively, or can I fast one day each week?




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