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Recommendation to break Fast with moist dates
The Messenger (صلى الله عليه وسلم) used to break fast upon a few moist dates, if none then dry dates, and if none then a few sips of water.




Should the person who loses consciousness make up for Salaah and Sawm they have missed?
If they recover mental consciousness any time, they are obliged to perform the prayer due at the time.




Should those who embrace Islam recently make up for Fasting they missed?
A man converted to Islam at the age of forty. Should he make up for the missed Fasting?




Fasting some days as fasting the whole month
Fasting some days can not take the place of fasting the whole month.




Obligation to start Fasting when sighting of new moon is confirmed
It is obligatory to fast when the sighting of the new moon is confirmed, even if only one trustworthy Muslim sees it.




Excellence of Fasting the Day of Aashooraa
Fasting on the day of `Aashooraaa (10th day of Muharram) expiates the sins of the previous year.




Fasting day of Arafat with days to make up from Ramadhaan
Is it permissible to fast the day of Arafat if there are days left to make up from Ramadhaan?




Introduction to Fasting
Fasting in Ramadhaan is one of the pillars of Islaam like Salaah (Prayer).



How to Fast
Fasting in Ramadhaan is an obligation on every Muslim who has reached the age of puberty.



Virtues of Ramadhaan
Obligation and virtues of fasting.



 
Muslim who for many years did not fast Ramadhaan
What is the ruling on the Muslim who for many years did not fast Ramadhaan?



 
Not made up fasts owed from two years ago
A woman did not fast because of nifaas and could not make up fasts because of breastfeeding, before next Ramadhaan. What does she have to do?



 
Making up missed fasts
There is a woman who did not fast the month of Ramadhaan because of childbirth, and she has not made up that month.



 
Offering the five obligatory prayers after a prayer on last Friday of Ramadhaan
There is a group of people who have a custom in Ramadhaan, which is to offer the five obligatory prayers after a prayer on the last Friday of Ramadhaan.



 
Blessings of sahoor
One of its blessings of sahoor is it supplies nourishment to body throughout the day.



 
Praying four rak’ahs on last Friday of Ramadhaan as expiation for missed prayers
Whoever forgets a prayer or sleeps and misses it, let him offer it when he remembers it. There is no expiation for that except this.



 
Hearing adhaan of Fajr but carrying on eating and drinking
What is the Islaamic ruling on the fast of someone who hears the adhaan of Fajr but carries on eating and drinking?



 
When to stop eating in Ramadhaan
When is it forbidden for a person to eat?

 
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