So is it permissible for me not to fast during the exam days, and then make up the fasts [which I missed] afterwards?
He asked me whether it was permissible for him not to fast during Ramadhaan, keeping in mind that he works close to the raging fire whilst baking bread all day long whilst he is fasting.
And is it permissible to obey [one’s] parents [if they tell you not to fast whilst taking exams] for that which they have heard of these fataawa which permit not fasting?
He feels sinful and asks what is required [of him] as a result of his action [of sexual intercourse after the time of Fajr had began]?
I had sexual intercourse with my wife during the day in Ramadhaan. I was not aware that it was the first day of Ramadhaan…
If one who is fasting does that which is not permissible for one who is fasting, does it ruin his fast and does he have to refrain from all that which breaks the fast for the rest of the day?
If I see a man eating during the day in Ramadhaan and I know he is eating out of forgetfulness, do I remind him or not?
I fasted a day but I had forgotten during the morning and had eaten. Then, I continued with my fast. Is there any sin upon me?
When a Muslim fasts, is he able to overcome his needs and desires? How is that? How does the Muslim view the world in its reality?
If a woman purifies herself after having ended her menses during the day, then must she abstain from all that breaks the fast for the rest of the day?