What is the ruling regarding the conversation between a male and a female on the telephone whilst fasting. And [what] if they themselves are engaged to each other?
We notice some of the Muslims neglecting their prayers throughout the months of the year, and when Ramadhaan arrives they hasten to [perform] the prayers and the fasting and reciting the Qur.aan…
We need to know the ruling about the fast of one who does not pray [the obligatory prayers]?
What is the Sharee’ah ruling, in your opinion, regarding this matter? And how should the Muslims prepare themselves to welcome in the new millennium?
So what is the Sharee’ah ruling concerning that which some of the Muslims are doing by taking part in this celebration, even if it is out of courtesy towards the Christians?
Is it possible for a person to fast three days and nights in Ramadhaan, such that this becomes a substitute for [the] thirty days [of Ramadhaan]?
Is the one who does not fast, even though he is not ill or anything, become a disbeliever, despite performing his [obligatory] prayers?
I have heard there are [different] categories in fasting, what is the truth of this statement? And is there a specific reward for each?
What are the conditions of i’tikaaf, and is fasting one of them? Is it permissible for the person in i’tikaaf to visit a sick person, answer an invitation, fulfil some of his family’s needs, or go to work?