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General Supervisor: Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid
Sat 28 Rmd 1435 - 26 July 2014
45889 - He vowed to give charity every time he committed a sin, then he committed sin but did not give charity
132288 - Making a vow [nadhr] to one of the imams
135739 - If there is a conflict between his father's instructions and doing something he vowed (nadhr) to do, which should take precedence?
141164 - Swearing by acts of worship is haraam but there is no expiation for it
140534 - She swore a false oath; how can she expiate that?
125811 - Is it mustahabb to observe fasts in expiation for breaking an oath as the six days of Shawwaal?
109296 - He vowed to do Hajj every year but his boss at work will not let him do that
36800 - She vowed that if the arguments with her husband ceased, she would fast on Thursdays forever
109297 - He vowed to take his mother for ‘Umrah on the day of Eid; can he take her for ‘umrah in Ramadan?
128946 - When there is a conflict between fulfilling an oath and honouring one's parents
129623 - He pledged to give some money in charity and he does not have that money now
105311 - She vowed to sacrifice a sheep on behalf of her mother; can she offer the charity in the form of money instead?
127982 - She swears oaths to her children then they go against her wishes. Does she have to offer expiation?
13024 - You do not have to offer kafaarah (expiation) if you did not swear an oath
105375 - Ruling on swearing by the right of Qur’aan
32724 - He vowed to give 100,000 riyals in charity. Should he fulfil his vow?
36734 - He has the habit of swearing by Allaah whether he is telling the truth or not. How can he expiate for these oaths?
105385 - A vow in intention only does not have to be fulfilled
124274 - Ruling on offering expiation for breaking an oath (kafaarat yameen) in the form of money
122729 - Swearing by the life of Allaah is permissible
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