If he fell asleep before sunset and did not wake up until after dawn on the following day, is his fast on that day valid?
If a person consumes something that breaks the fast due to ignorance of the ruling or of the time
The minimum for praying qiyaam al-layl
Does receiving the Covid-19 vaccine during the day in Ramadan break the fast?
What is the ruling on receiving the Covid-19 vaccine if it uses cells taken from aborted foetuses?
Attributes of the one who gains the reward for giving iftaar to one who is fasting
Is it permissible for him to give zakaah to his sister so that she can get married, as her father has died but her mother is still living?
Some of the Sunnahs of fasting
Ruling on fasting for one who is diabetic, and when is it permissible for him not to fast?
Ruling on Salaat ul Taraaweeh for Women
Do major sins invalidate the fast?
When is it forbidden for a traveller to break the fast?
Correspondence between the sexes and its effect on the fast
There is no specific du‘aa’ for each day and night of Ramadan
He is going to travel from one city to another and come back on the same day; can he break his fast?
Intercourse during Ramadaan
Things that invalidate the fast
Masturbating when fasting
Does masturbation at night in Ramadaan invalidate the fast?
Du’aa’ of the fasting person when breaking his fast
Numbers of rak’ahs in Taraaweeh prayer
Ruling on fasting person who vomits a little
Reading Qur’aan during menses
70 Matters Related to Fasting
Allah has favoured His slaves with seasons of goodness in which rewards are multiplied, sins are erased and statuses are elevated.From the greatest of these seasons is the month of Ramadan which Allah has made an obligation upon His slaves, encouraged them regarding it and guided them to show gratitude to Him for this obligation. Seeing that this act of worship is of such great value, it is necessary that one learns the rulings pertaining to the month of fasting. This treatise contains a summary of the rulings of fasting, its etiquettes and sunnahs pertaining to it.
It was narrated from ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Umar that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) spoke of Ramadaan and said: “Do not fast until you see the new moon, and do not break the fast until you see it, and if it is covered then complete the month.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 1906; Muslim, 1080.
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