Ruling on offering expiation for breaking an oath (kafaarat yameen) in the form of money.
She fasted to expiate for breaking an oath, and she did not know that she should have fed poor people.
He vowed that he would not get married until his mother memorized a portion of Qur’aan, but it is very difficult for her.
He vowed to take his mother for ‘Umrah on the day of Eid; can he take her for ‘umrah in Ramadan?.
He vowed to do Hajj every year but his boss at work will not let him do that.
Her mother died and she had vowed to sacrifice a sheep; can her daughter give the cash value instead?.
Is it acceptable to give used clothes as expiation for breaking a vow (kafaarat yameen)?.
He swore to name his son after his friend, but he wants to change his mind.
She vowed to sacrifice a sheep on behalf of her mother; can she offer the charity in the form of money instead?.
He vowed to build a mosque but now he wants to sell the land.
She vowed to fast seven consecutive days if she passed her exams.
He vowed to fast for a month; can he fast thirty days separately?.
He has to fast for a vow; is it permissible for him to fast it with Ramadaan?.
Is it valid to retract a vow?.
He broke oaths and does not remember how many they were; what should he do?.
Fulfilling a vow that is makrooh.
He vowed to fast Rajab, Sha’baan and Ramadaan, but he cannot do so because of his work.
He swore oaths repeatedly and broke them; should he offer one expiation or several?.
He swore on the Qur’aan that he would not go to more than one doctor, and he wants to break that oath.
Ruling on swearing on the Mushaf and the expiation for breaking such an oath.