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Last Modified:  28 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

If the person who is observing i‘tikaaf comes out of his place of i‘tikaaf to wake his family up for sahoor, and that is because there is no one at home, is this regarded as contrary to the conditions of i‘tikaaf?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

If a man masturbates or kisses his wife until semen is emitted, but he does not have intercourse, is his fast invalidated by that? What does he have to do, and is there any expiation for that?



Last Modified:  26 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I got a severe headache during Ramadaan because of toothache. Can I take pills when I am fasting?



Last Modified:  25 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I work as a truck driver. Now the blessed month of Ramadan has come to us, and I was travelling, as were many truck drivers. I fasted but the other drivers with me did not fast whilst travelling. They said to me that the reward is for the one who does not fast whilst travelling, and there is no reward for the one who fasts whilst travelling. I hope that you can advise me about that. May Allah reward you with good.



Last Modified:  25 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I offer you my congratulations on the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan. At the beginning of Ramadan, I committed myself to a complete reading of the Holy Qur'aan, but unfortunately I wake up at 6 a.m. and I come back home at 5:30 p.m.. After breaking the fast I feel exhausted, so I sleep until 10 p.m., then I stay up until sahoor, feeling half asleep, and I sleep around 12 o’clock so that I will be able to get up in the morning. What should I do?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

Is there any reward for delaying breaking the fast until after praying Maghrib?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

In the Sahara region, the month of Ramadan may come in the summer and it is difficult for them to fast and it may be impossible for them. This will continue for a number of years. How should these people fast?



Last Modified:  23 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I was living in Europe for a long time, 16 years, until I finished my university studies, and I was 22 years old. During the month of Ramadaan, I met a girl by accident in the university residence, which was mixed. I was fasting but the Shaytaan defeated me and I tried to flirt with her and play with her and kiss her. But then I went back to my room regretting what I had done. Then I said: I am a Muslim and I did this in Ramadaan; because of what I have done, I do not deserve to join the sincere ...



Last Modified:  23 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I heard that the Prophet (S) said that if one keeps the fasts of Ramadan with emaan and in order to get reward from Allah, Allah will forgive all his or her past sins. Does this also include the sins one may have knowingly committed against the rights of other Muslim brothers and sisters which he or she now deeply regrets doing but cannot admit his or her guilt to the victims as this may create even more problems?



Last Modified:  22 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on using ear drops in Ramadaan and during the day – does that invalidate the fast?



Last Modified:  22 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

There is a woman who was in her ninth month of pregnancy when Ramadaan came, and at the beginning of the month she was leaking water (i.e., amniotic fluid), but not blood. She was fasting whilst that water was leaking. This happened ten years ago. My question is: does this woman have to make up the fast, noting that she fasted on those days when this water was leaking?



Last Modified:  22 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

How should the Muslim break his fast? Because many people are distracted by eating until the time for Maghrib prayer ends, and if you ask them they tell you: There is no prayer in the presence of food. Is it permissible to quote these words as evidence, because the time for Maghrib is short? Now what should I do? Should I break my fast with some dates and then pray Maghrib and after that finish eating, or should I finish eating completely and then pray Maghrib?



Last Modified:  22 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

How should a person who suffers kidney failure and who has dialysis three times a week fast?



Last Modified:  21 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

A woman did not fast in Ramadaan for three days, with no excuse, rather she did that out of heedlessness. What is the ruling on that, and what does she have to do?



Last Modified:  21 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

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:  21 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

Is it permissible to not fast for one day because of playing football?



Last Modified:  20 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

If a person has the problem of masturbating daily, what should he do in Ramadaan?



Last Modified:  20 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I am pregnant and I started bleeding during the day in Ramadaan. I went to the doctor and she did an internal exam and gave me an injection to stabilize the pregnancy. She also took a blood sample from me. Is my fast still valid? Or is it invalidated by any of these things?



Last Modified:  19 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

What is your opinion on the view of one who says that sick people and travellers are obliged to break the fast and make it up later on, and it is not permissible for them to fast, because Allah, may He be exalted, said (interpretation of the meaning): “and whoever is ill or on a journey, the same number of days which one did not observe Sawm (fasts) must be made up from other days” al-Baqarah 2:185, so what is obligatory for them is to make up the fast, and this means that they should ...



Last Modified:  19 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

I am two months pregnant and I have been vomiting during the month of Ramadaan. Sometimes the vomiting occurs shortly before Maghrib, and sometimes I feel that some of the vomit goes back into the stomach. What is the ruling on that?




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