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?
What is the ruling of one who has died whilst still having had days to make up from Ramadhaan?
Is it permissible for a Muslim to rely upon astronomical calculations in order to establish the beginning and ending of fasting or is it a must that the new moon is seen?
An old lady of sixty years of age was ignorant concerning the rulings of menstruation for many years. Throughout her menstrual years, she did not make up the days missed in Ramadhaan thinking they did not have to be made up.
In the year 1409AH (1988), my wife did not fast for fourteen days due to her menses. Afterwards, she was able to fast for seven days and she had seven days left [to make up]. Now, she is six months pregnant.
Does backbiting and slandering during the day in Ramadhaan break the fast?
A man was struck by a chronic illness, so the doctors advised him not to fast. He was cured of this illness after a period of four years. What should he do now that Allaah has cured him?
What is the ruling regarding a Muslim who had not fasted [during the month of Ramadhaan] for many years, despite carrying out the other obligatory acts of worship upon him?