He did Hajj on its own, but he did tawaaf al-qudoom and sa‘i with the intention of ‘umrah
He lives in al-Jubayl and has family in Makkah; from where should he enter ihram for Hajj?
Is it permissible for the pilgrim in ihram to run his fingers through his beard when doing wudoo’?
Can the one who does Hajj on behalf of someone else receive money for that? Can he offer supplication for himself? Will the reward be granted in full?
Is it true that the veil is lifted between Allah and His slaves at the time when the fasting people break their fast?
Types of food and drink that the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) used to have for his iftaar and sahoor
Some Sunnahs of fasting that the fasting person is encouraged to uphold
There is no specific du‘aa’ for each day and night of Ramadan
Some of the Sunnahs of fasting
The Sunnah is to hasten to break one’s fast
The virtue of giving iftaar to one who is fasting
‘Umrah is mustahabb at any time in Ramadaan
The dhikr that is prescribed when breaking the fast
Fasting person using the siwaak and swallowing his saliva afterwards
Which is more important, repeating the word of the adhaan or hastening to break the fast?
He entered ihram for ‘umrah at the end of Sha’baan and performed it in Ramadan; will he have the reward of ‘Umrah in Ramadaan?
Giving charity in the last ten days of Ramadaan
Hastening to break the fast is better than delaying it
Ruling on taking the “Ramadan tablet”, which reduces the effect of hunger, at sahoor during the month of fasting