Is it permissible for a woman to take medication to prevent the onset of her menses, so she can engage in intercourse with her husband?
Do I have the right to prevent my wife from fasting voluntary fasts such as the six [fasts] of Shawwaal? And would I be liable to sin if I did that?
I am a young married woman and Allaah has blessed me with twin boys. I completed my [legislated] forty days post-birth (post partum) period on the seventh day of Ramadhaan, yet, my post partum bleeding continued beyond this time; However, the colour of my post partum blood had changed to how it was prior to the forty days (post-partum period), so what is the ruling regarding my [obligation to perform the] salaah and fasting?
[What is the ruling regarding] the fasting person travelling from his country which is hot to a country which is cold or to a country where the day is short?
Does going out during the day in Ramadhaan to attend to one’s needs and then being struck by the immodestly dressed women [who uncover those parts of the body which are prohibited to uncover] invalidate the fast or not?
I spend my day in Ramadhaan asleep or at rest since I am unable to work due to my [experiencing] severe pangs of hunger and thirst, so does this affect the validity of my fast?
I heard from one of the brothers that you – O Noble Shaykh – are of the opinion that donating the cost of ‘umrah is better than performing it, so is this correct?