If a Muslim fasted some days in Ramadhaan then died, is it upon the one in charge of his affairs [after his death] to complete [the rest of the days of Ramadhaan left] on his behalf?
A girl reached the age of 12 or 13 years and the blessed month of Ramadhaan passed without her having fasted. Is there any sin upon her or her family? Is it upon her to fast and if she doesn’t then is she sinning?
Some people hold banquets and give invitations in Ramadhaan making it a month of occasions. Others slaughter, and distribute the meat, in charity and make other types of effort with food. What is the ruling regarding this?
Does fasting have any social benefits?
So, at that time I stopped eating and began fasting. Knowing I had eaten three or four spoonfuls, do I have to make up this fast or not, O Shaykh?
A man used the miswaak whilst fasting and then assumed that this had broken his fast, so [because of this], he drank and ate afterwards. So, is it obligatory upon him to make up this fast and offer an expiation or [is it sufficient] just to make up the fast?
I was half-asleep but, as for the actual act of drinking, then I am sure about that. So, do I make this fast up or not, O Shaykh?
What is the ruling of and the wisdom behind fasting?
Is continuity (i.e. fasting all the required days consecutively) obligatory in making up the fasts of Ramadhaan?
If a person had one fast from Ramadhaan to make up, is it permissible for him to fast on a Friday?