I inform your excellency that I started my menses when I was young – approximately 13 years of age. And [thereafter] for 4 years the month of Ramadhaan passed by and I did not fast…
The pregnant and breastfeeding woman in Ramadhaan
Is the pregnant woman and the breastfeeding woman required to make-up the fast [of the days missed in Ramadhaan] if they did not fast out of fear for their [unborn and breastfeeding] child?
A serious and prolonged illness prevented him from fasting
A man died, leaving a son. He did not fast the month of Ramadhaan due to a legislated (acceptable) reason.
Negligently missed fasting some days in Ramadhaan
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.
Son pays off his mother’s expiation
If my mother is required to make an expiation, is it permissible for me to do so on her behalf?
Feeding ten poor and needy Muslims from amongst the relatives
Regarding expiating for a broken oath, is it a condition that there [actually] be ten poor and needy [Muslims], and if he is unable to find any, then do relatives count?
Swearing an oath with stipulations
If someone swore an oath to do something today, and then [ended up] doing it after the day had passed, is he required to make an expiation?
Fasting three days in expiation for a broken oath
Should fasting the three days in expiation for a broken oath be done consecutively?
Permissible deception when peacemaking
When a man wants to rectify matters between two disputing parties, is he allowed to lie and swear an oath in the name of Allaah, bearing in mind his intention is only to make islaah – so is this permissible?
Swearing an oath based upon a lie
If someone swore an oath on a matter – knowing it to be a lie, and afterwards he said “I seek forgiveness from Allaah, and repent unto Him” – what is the ruling regarding that? And is he required to expiate [for that sin]?