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105787 - He swore to name his son after his friend, but he wants to change his mind 105279 - Fulfilling a vow that is makrooh 105953 - Is it acceptable to give used clothes as expiation for breaking a vow (kafaarat yameen)? 104077 - He has to fast for a vow; is it permissible for him to fast it with Ramadaan? 104059 - Is it valid to retract a vow? 98654 - He swore on the Qur’aan that he would not go to more than one doctor, and he wants to break that oath 100449 - There is no expiation for a false oath except sincere repentance 98194 - Ruling on swearing on the Mushaf and the expiation for breaking such an oath 91412 - She vowed to give one-quarter of her salary in charity – can she give it to her father who is poor? 95387 - She vowed to fast for a month if Allaah caused her husband to mend his ways 85412 - He said to his wife: You will be haraam for me if you do such and such 81984 - If he says to his wife: “You are haraam for me” 89954 - He offered kafaarat yameen in the form of cash; does he have to offer it again? 87823 - She vowed to marry off her daughter for a large dowry and now she wants to reduce it 87767 - A vow does not become binding by mere intention 87654 - She swore to leave her husband – what is the ruling on that? 88085 - He said to his wife: It is haraam for us to speak to one another if you go to such and such a place 50305 - He said to his wife: “You are to me like my mother” 38619 - Is it permissible to swear oaths in buying and selling if one is sincere? 38602 - Broken Vows While Suffering From Waswaas