Swearing by something other than Allaah, such as one’s father or leader, or on one’s honour and status.
She made a promise to her Lord and wants to break it.
She swore not to disclose a secret then she forgot and disclosed it by accident.
He swore oaths adjuring his children not to do certain things and the oaths were broken, but he has not offered expiation.
She swore that she would not go to a city then she went there.
He made a promise to Allaah to give up sin several times but he went back to it.
He vowed to give 100,000 riyals in charity. Should he fulfil his vow?.
Swearing an oath by raising the hand – is it considered to be an oath?.
She made a vow and does not remember if she intended it to be ongoing or to be done only once.
Is there any kafaarah (expiation) for a vow to commit sin?.
Praise your Lord for His guidance.
His mother swore that she would never give him money, then she wanted to give him.
The amount of kafaarat al-yameen (expiation for unfulfilled oath) and the ruling on paying it in cash.
You do not have to offer kafaarah (expiation) if you did not swear an oath.
Brief summary of different kinds of vows and the rulings on them.
Vows do not change qadaa’ (divine decree).
A man made a vow when he was not in control of his feelings.
She vowed to beat her son.
He said “By Allaah ten times, I will not do such-and-such”. What is the ruling?.
There is no expiation for a false oath except sincere repentance.