In the Ramadan file, we present most of the answers and rulings having to do with this holy month
What should be done if Eid coincides with Friday
Who Should Receive Zakat al-Fitr؟
The rate of zakaat al-fitr
How Can a Menstruating Woman Observe Laylat al-Qadr?
When Is Laylat al-Qadr?
When Should Zakat al-Fitr Be Paid?
How Much Is Zakat al-Fitr?
Is It Possible to Determine the Date of Laylat al-Qadar?
They are living in the west and do not know about any poor people –can they send their zakaat al-fitr to another country?
Is zakaat al-fitr due from one who did not fast in Ramadaan because of a valid excuse?
Fatwa from the Standing Committee regarding the case when the day of Eid happens to be a Friday
All About Zakat al-Fitr
What is zakat al-fitr? How much is zakat al-fitr? When should zakat a-fitr be given? Who should pay zakat al-fitr? Who should receive zakat al-fitr? Check out all this here.
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.
Ruling on working as a martial arts trainer, such as in the sport of Muay Thai
The wisdom behind the actions of Hajj and ‘umrah and the order in which they are done
Is it permissible to do tayammum if the water is cut off and it is too difficult to bring it from elsewhere?
Istinja’ water entering the urethra then coming out again
Conditions of selling back to the seller what has not yet been received
Man has free will and choice, and Allah knows whether he is doomed or blessed
The basic principle regarding animals is that they are permissible, but in the case of slaughtered animals and their meat, the basic principle is that they are prohibited
Intangible purity (taharah) and impurity (najasah)