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Fasting & I`tikf


Last Modified:  13 Sep 2010 02:10  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?



Last Modified:  13 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

My mother has died, and she told me when she was still alive that she owed the fasts of two months, Ramadan in two years, when the month of fasting came when she gave birth. When she died, she had not made up these fasts. Should I fast on her behalf or feed the poor? How is feeding the poor to be done? Should I slaughter some goats and share it out among sixty households, or should I give the value of the food in money?



Last Modified:  12 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

My wife has days to make up from the previous year, but she has forgotten exactly how many days she has to make up. What should she do?



Last Modified:  12 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

If a man is keen to fast in Ramadaan and to pray in Ramadaan only, but he gives up praying as soon as Ramadaan is over, is his fasting valid?



Last Modified:  12 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on fasting six days of Shawwaal? Is it waajib (obligatory)?



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

Is it permissible for me to fast the six days of Shawwaal with the same intention as making up the days I did not fast in Ramadaan because of menstruation?



Last Modified:  11 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

A woman is asking about making up missed Ramadaan fasts and feeding the poor (as fidyah for delaying that). Should she give food for each day, or should she give food for all the days in one go after she has finished making up the days?



Last Modified:  10 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

I read in some article that it is not permissible to say faatir (to mean not fasting) because the word faatir means khaaliq (creator), and it says in the Qur'aan (interpretation of the meaning): “the Creator faatir of the heavens and the earth” al-An‘aam 6:14. Saying I am faatir is like saying I am a khaaliq (creator). It is better to say ana muftir or ana muftirah (I am not fasting) I would like you to tell me whether this view is correct. May Allah reward you with good.



Last Modified:  09 Sep 2010 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:  09 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

When I was fasting in ramadan I slept after fajir, and I had ISTIHLAM ( Dream of sexual intercorse) and I had a manu ( clear liquid)coming out, my question is, does my fasting for that day is excepted if I continued, even though I didn't have control over it, my second question is that those kinds of dreams come form the IBLESS, but IBLESS is locked in the skies in Ramadan?



Last Modified:  08 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

My father died owing two days of Ramadan because he was sick in the year before the year in which he died. He died in Shawwaal and he said that he was going to feed poor people in return for those days. What is the ruling and what do we have to do with regard to that? Should we fast on his behalf and feed the poor, or feed the poor only? Please note that we do not know whether he fed poor persons or fasted to make up those days, because he had diabetes and used to fast Ramadan even though it was ...



Last Modified:  07 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

Do I have to take out my removable braces when fasting? Because when I speak with them in my mouth, it creates a lot of saliva and I cannot help swallowing it. Please advise me, may Allaah reward you with all good.



Last Modified:  06 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

Is it permissible for a sick person to break the fast because of toothache?



Last Modified:  06 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

If a Muslim travels during Ramadaan to another country where they started the fast later or earlier than his country, and he stays in that country until Eid, with which of the two countries should he break his fast?.



Last Modified:  05 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

I have the problem of spotting that comes at times other than the regular monthly period, and this makes me confused as to whether my fasting and prayer are valid. What is the Islamic ruling on this?



Last Modified:  02 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

I have a problem in my stomach that makes food come back up when I have some liquid in the mouth, and this happened in Ramadan. Do I have to make up that day?



Last Modified:  31 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

One of my friends has been stricken with the onset of cancer and has to take a course of treatment in Ramadaan, consisting of a number of medicines dissolved in liquids which are to be administered intravenously. Is his fasting valid?



Last Modified:  30 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I am a student studying in the state of Karnataka in India. The Muslims here differ concerning the beginning and end of Ramadan. The state here set the beginning of Ramadan at the beginning of the year, which means that they do not rely on moonsighting. This prompted some of the Muslims, most of whom are Arabs, to ignore them and start Ramadan with Saudi. Is this correct? What should the one who fasts with them do now?



Last Modified:  28 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

If a woman’s period is going to come in the last ten days of Ramadaan, is it permissible for her to use contraceptive pills so that she can continue to worship during these days of blessing?



Last Modified:  28 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on looking at women during the month of Ramadaan?




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