Is there any expiation for the one who has died whilst having prayers and fasts which he had not made up for? And what [form does this] expiation [take]?
If a woman [completes her menses and] purifies herself during the day in Ramadhaan, is she required to abstain [from food, drink and all that breaks the fast] for the remainder of the day?
Just a short time ago, Fatwa-Online was informed of the official decision and announcement of the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia that since the moon of Ramadhaan was sighted this evening, here in Saudi Arabia, we have completed thirty (30) days of Sha’baan (1438 A.H.), in accordance with the hadeeth of the Messenger of […]
Thursday 25 May, 2017: As of 19:32 hours local Saudi time, we are informed that since the new moon of Ramadhaan was not sighted in Saudi Arabia this evening, the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia has invited local Muslims to continue to search for the new moon tomorrow evening. In this regard, and until […]
Just a short time ago, Fatwa-Online was informed of the official announcement of the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia, inviting local Muslims to search for the new moon of Ramadhaan 1438, this Thursday evening, 29 Sha’baan (25 May, 2017) – in accordance with the hadeeth of the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhi wa sallam): […]
What is the expiation for not fasting during Ramadhaan without a[n Islaamically acceptable] reason? [It’s just that] he did not fast for three days, so if you could explain how much exactly that would be.
I took myself to [emulating] what ar-Rabee’ had narrated about ash-Shaafi’ee, that he would complete [reading] the Qur.aan sixty times during Ramadhaan…
Reference: Siyar A’laam an-Nubalaa – Volume 10, Page 272 Regarding al-Ma.moon, it has been narrated that he completed the recitation of the Qur.aan thirty three times during Ramadhaan. Translator’s note: While from one angle this worship is something praiseworthy, it must be noted that adhering to the Sunnah takes precedence, as it has been authentically reported […]