Feeding the poor instead of fasting missed Ramadan days due to menses / period - Assim al hakeem.
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Does fainting nullify one's fast? - Assim al hakeem.
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Lost count of how many fasts to keep due to Menses, Pregnancy, Breastfeeding - Assim al hakeem.
When you want to do something for the sake of Allah, it should truly be for the sake of Allah. You have to struggle and strive to please Allah primarily. Everything else needs to be a secondary intention. Your prime focus should be pleasure of Allah by performance of a good deed. Your focus cannot be weight-loss primarily. When you are fasting for the sake of Allah, what you do during the fast matters. You are not just starving yourself from food. You have to change your attitude. Shaykh Abu Eesa answers and explains..
We all agree that Taraweeh – the additional prayers after Isha during the month of Ramadan – is optional. Can we then, as a community, justify creating trouble for each other if some pray more Taraweeh, or less?
A lot of mosques allow students of the Qur'an as young as 10 years old lead Taraweeh prayer in Ramadan. But is this actually allowed? What are the conditions for one to lead salah?
We all want to make the most of the last 10 days and nights of Ramadan. After all, it is during these nights when Laylatul Qadr takes place. Are there any specific acts of worship we should be doing during the last 10 days of Ramadan?
If I get bad headaches and sickness due to fasting in Ramadan and cannot fast the whole month. What then? Do I make up the fasts later on or am I exempt from fasting?
We all know that during the last 10 days of Ramadan, masjids fill up and people are more active, all in the hopes they might witness Laylatul Qadr. But what is Laylatul Qadr? What does it mean and why is it so significant?
Everyone has a different idea as to what night Laylatul Qadr is on. Some say it's the 27th, others say differently... But how do we know when it is exactly? Will it forever remain a mystery?
I haven't finished my meal or glass of water but the adhan for fajr has been called. Is my fast broken if I continue to eat or drink while the adhan is going on?
Due to sickness or other reasons, we might have missed some days of fasting in Ramadan. When is the best time to make up those fasts, and when do we have to pay fidyah or kaffrah, the amounts paid in place of making up fasts?
Mosques are always packed on the 27th night of Ramadan, because of the popular opinion that Laylatul Qadr is on that night. But is that true?
Ruling on cupping in Ramadan.
Does using bad words breaks one's fasting?
Vomiting during fast.
Praying after Taraweeh
When do I break my fast if I am travelling?