[During] the day we [will] read from a book, and [during] the night we [will] listen to an audio recording of the people of knowledge.
If a person travelled [during Ramadhaan] for pleasure or other than that, is he excused from fasting? And what are the conditions for travel [during Ramadhaan] which would excuse one from fasting?
I am a soldier and Ramadhaan has arrived, so is it permissible for me to refrain from fasting, bearing in mind that my [military] duties do not help me when I’m fasting (i.e. he experiences much hardship)?
If we were with the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ on a journey, on a [particularly] hot day – none of us would be fasting except the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ and ‘Abdullaah ibn Rawaahah.
I heard Muhammad ibn Hamdoon say: I accompanied Abu Bakr ibn Ishaaq as-Sibghee for [many] years, and I never saw him leave the night prayer – not during travel, and nor when he wasn’t [travelling].
What is the ruling [in a situation] where it has become apparent the prayer was performed in other than the direction of the qiblah – after having made ijtihaad? And is there a difference between whether this was in a Muslim country or not?
A man returned home from a journey and had not been fasting [due to his travels, so he] decided [now he was at home] to fast [the rest of the remaining day]. He then found his wife taking a bath [since she had] completed her menses; Is it permissible for him to have sexual intercourse with her in this case or should they both assume the fast for the [remainder of the] day?