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
He vowed to break the fast in Ramadaan
She vowed to do Hajj but she has not done the obligatory Hajj
He vowed to marry a certain girl then he did not fulfil his vow
Is it permissible to give money instead of a vow, ‘aqeeqah or waleemah?
He owes many expiations for breaking oaths (kafaarat yameen) but he does not know what some of them are
He owes many expiations for breaking oaths (kafaarat yameen), and he does not know how to do it
If he fulfils his vow, is it permissible for him to eat from it?
The days do not have to be consecutive when fasting for kafaarat al-yameen
She said to her husband: “You are to me like my father”
Can he pay money for kafaarat al-yameen because nowadays it is more beneficial than food?
She promised her husband that she would never marry anyone after him
She vowed to fast for a month, should she make up the days when she was menstruating?
Is it permissible to change a vowed action to something better?
For kafaarat yameen it is not sufficient to feed one poor person ten times
He said, “May the curse of Allaah be upon me if I smoke another cigarette” then he smoked again