If someone usually prays Witr with eleven rak‘ahs and gets up for a third rak‘ah by mistake, can he regard it as Witr?
Expiation for a woman who had intercourse with her husband during the day in Ramadan and is unable to fast
Ruling on putting Maghrib and ‘Isha’ together and praying Taraweeh in a country where the red afterglow takes a long time to disappear
Ruling on inhaling Turkish coffee whilst fasting to give himself energy for his work
Taking pills to prevent period in the last ten days of Ramadaan
Perfume spray reaches his throat without any intention on his part
Wet dream during the day in Ramadaan, and the meaning of the hadeeth “Bad dreams come from the Shaytaan”
Uttering the intention to fast out loud is an innovation (bid’ah)
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?
If a person vowed to give his child a certain name, is he obliged to fulfil that vow (nadhr)?
She made a vow to her Lord, then she did not adhere to that vow for some time; what is the ruling?
He vowed to give charity if the team he supports won the match
What is the ruling on one who swore on the Mushaf (Qur’an) when he was not in a state of purity?
She vowed to fast the first nine days of Dhu’l-Hijjah but her husband did not let her
He swore that he would never do a certain thing in his life, and stipulated that he would fast for thirty consecutive days if he did it, and if he did not fulfill that obligation, then he would fast for sixty consecutive days – and he has broken his