She was pregnant for [about] a month and a half, and then aborted the pregnancy – unaware of the ruling regarding that; after she learnt about the prohibition [of aborting a pregnancy], she was deeply remorseful. So is there anything required of her?
A sincere repentance to Allaah is from the greatest [acts with] which one can draw near to Allaah, particularly during these virtuous days [of Dhul-Hijjah]; O Allaah forgive us, & immerse us in your Mercy.
I am a young woman and my menses began when I was 14 years [of age], and I was too shy to tell my mother about it. So after Ramadhaan I did not make up [the fasts] which I was required to, bearing in mind that this was 11 years ago, so what is the ruling regarding that considering I am now married?
Never has a slave [of Allaah] had a better neighbour in his grave than [the reward of having] plentifully sought forgiveness.
The concern & attention the servant [of Allaah] has for his sins, motivates [him] to abandon them. And his remorse over them is the key to repentance. And, the servant [of Allaah] maintains [this] concern & attention for the sins which he is afflicted by until [his concern & attention] becomes more beneficial for him than some of his good deeds.
Reference: I’laam al-Mu’aasireen bi-Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen – Page 315 Question: What is the ruling regarding the one who repents from a sin, then he returns to it again, so he repents again, then he returns to it [yet] again and so on. What is the ruling regarding his repentance? Response: These repentances are all correct, […]
I am a young man and want to repent to Allaah, so what should I do to avoid sins?
A person is infected with AIDS and the doctors have determined that his life will be very short. So what is the ruling regarding his repentance at this time?