He has money that he put into a business partnership with his brother, and he has some savings; how should he pay zakaah on his wealth?
He has a sickness that makes him unable to remember the number of rak‘ahs and prostrations; should he do the prostration of forgetfulness?
Can a poor child be given food that is given as an act of expiation (kafaarah)? Does the value of the food given as expiation matter, if the person is in a rich country and gives the expiation in a poor country?
It is not permissible to sell or buy a waqf
She vowed to fast for a month if Allaah caused her husband to mend his ways
He said to his wife: You will be haraam for me if you do such and such
If he says to his wife: “You are haraam for me”
He offered kafaarat yameen in the form of cash; does he have to offer it again?
She vowed to marry off her daughter for a large dowry and now she wants to reduce it
A vow does not become binding by mere intention
She swore to leave her husband – what is the ruling on that?
He said to his wife: It is haraam for us to speak to one another if you go to such and such a place
He said to his wife: “You are to me like my mother”
Is it permissible to swear oaths in buying and selling if one is sincere?
Broken Vows While Suffering From Waswas
If a person vows to offer a sacrifice for the poor, can he eat some of it?
Is it permissible to swear a false oath in order to reconcile between two disputing parties?
She vowed to give her jewellery in charity – can she give it to her sisters?
She vowed to give all her wealth in charity but she owes zakaah. What should she do?