An oath does not become binding by merely intending it
The one who fulfils a vow (nadhr) to do an act of worship will be rewarded for doing that act of worship and for fulfilling that vow
He distributed ten meals as expiation for breaking an oath, but he gave two meals to one poor person
He said: By Allah, you will not do it, intending to prevent him from doing that, and it did not occur to him that it was an oath
What is required of one who swore to do something at a specific time, but did not do it at that time?
He died owing expiation for breaking an oath
In the case of expiation for breaking an oath (kafaarat al-yameen), is it acceptable to give a food basket or a “Ramadan bag”?
He swore many oaths and did not offer expiation for them
She made an oath dependent on some matter, and that matter is no longer an issue; what is the ruling?
Which takes precedence: making up missed Ramadan fasts or fasting in expiation for breaking an oath or fulfilment of a vow?
He vowed to fast for an entire month; can he make it Dhu’l-Hijjah?
He vowed to give charity if he recovered the money that was owed to him, and he recovered half of it; does he have to give in charity?
She vowed to do more than one ‘umrah; is it permissible for her to do them in a single trip?
If a person swears an oath silently, is his oath binding?
I have to offer kafaarat yameen (expiation for breaking a vow); is it permissible for me to give udhiyah meat to the poor, with the intention of offering expiation?
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