Tuesday 14 Jumada al-akhirah 1440 - 19 February 2019
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105311

17-07-2009

She vowed to sacrifice a sheep on behalf of her mother; can she offer the charity in the form of money instead?

17-07-2009

127982

13-07-2009

She swears oaths to her children then they go against her wishes. Does she have to offer expiation?

13-07-2009

105375

30-03-2009

Ruling on swearing by the right of Qur’aan

30-03-2009

32724

31-01-2009

He vowed to give 100,000 riyals in charity. Should he fulfil his vow?

31-01-2009

36734

27-01-2009

He has the habit of swearing by Allaah whether he is telling the truth or not. How can he expiate for these oaths?

27-01-2009

105385

27-12-2008

A vow in intention only does not have to be fulfilled

27-12-2008

124274

17-11-2008

Ruling on offering expiation for breaking an oath (kafaarat yameen) in the form of money

17-11-2008

122729

13-11-2008

Swearing by the life of Allaah is permissible

13-11-2008

110010

27-10-2008

She said to her husband: You are haraam to me until the Day of Judgement

27-10-2008

108862

15-10-2008

How should he offer expiation for his oath?

15-10-2008

119562

14-10-2008

He vowed to offer an ‘aqeeqah for his son, but he was unable to fulfil his vow; what must he do?

14-10-2008

92780

02-08-2008

He vowed to fast Rajab, Sha’baan and Ramadaan, but he cannot do so because of his work

02-08-2008

112403

26-07-2008

She fasted to expiate for breaking an oath, and she did not know that she should have fed poor people

26-07-2008

112138

22-07-2008

She vowed to memorize Soorat Yoosuf and she did memorize it, but now she has forgotten some of the verses

22-07-2008

110250

05-07-2008

It is not permissible to expiate for a broken oath by fasting unless you are unable to feed or clothe needy people or to free a slave

05-07-2008

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