Does the medicine injection break one's fasting? 

Question and Answer (1): Does the medicine injection break one's fasting? 

-    Does the medicine injection break one's fasting?  -    When we enjoy eating and drinking in Ramadan, we break our Siyaam (fasting), but the injection is something different, because it is a medication, so it does not invalidate someone's Siyaam.    

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How Should Enjoining Ma'ruf (Good) be in Ramadan?  

Question and Answer (2): How Should Enjoining Ma'ruf (Good) be in Ramadan?  

How Should Enjoining Ma'ruf (Good) be in Ramadan?   Do you live alone in this world? No, you  do not. You live with your children, wife, partner at work, colleague in the department, or friend.  If one of those whom you live with, commits a mistake, you should tell him that kindly and in private.  In fact, giving advice to other people in

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Is observing Siyaam obligatory to the old man who has a health problem? 

Question and Answer (3): Is observing Siyaam obligatory to the old man who has a health problem? 

Is observing Siyaam obligatory to the old man who has a health problem?  If a religiously committed Muslim doctor tells his patient that he has to break his Siyaam in Ramadan, lest  it puts  his life is in danger, in such a case,  his life is a priority. Furthermore, Allah the Almighty never burdens a person beyond his scope. However, when man

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What is the best time for making Du'a in Ramadan?

Question and Answer (4): What is the best time for making Du'a in Ramadan?

What is the best time for making Du'a in Ramadan?  Du'a in Ramadan is an essential matter. The Prophet, peace be upon him said: (There is a time for the one who observes Siyaam at which his Du'a is accepted.)      According to a Fiqhi (jurisprudent) rule, when things are not specified, then they are non-finite, and thus the Du'a

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If one should perform Ghusl (ritual bath) but he doesn’t, can he fast?

Question and Answer (5): If one should perform Ghusl (ritual bath) but he doesn’t, can he fast?

If one should perform Ghusl (ritual bath) but he doesn’t, can he fast? In fact, Salah is the obligation which can never be missed under any pretext or reason. Unlike it, Hajj can be missed if man is ill or poor, Zakat, can be unpaid by the poor, Siyaam can be missed during travels and in case of sickness, and Shahada (testifying that there is no

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What do you advise the one who stays awake all night ?

Question and Answer- (6): What do you advise the one who stays awake all night ?

What do you advise the one who stays awake all night from Iftar till Suhoor? If you spend the night watching movies, backbiting or slandering people, this does not belong to keeping awake all night voluntarily, and it contradicts the essence of Ramadan. If you stay all night remembering Allah, such as listening to some beneficial ideas from Ash-Shaikh

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Making up for missed fasting days

Question and Answer (7): Making up for missed fasting days

If a woman missed days of Ramadan of the last year, what is the Kaffarah for them? There are different opinions about this matter, for some scholars said that fasting them is enough. For example, if she missed 6 days and the next Ramadan arrived without making up those fasts, it is enough for her to fast them. Some scholars said that it is better that

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Why do we start Ramadan with high vitality and then it fades away gradually?

Question and Answer (8): Why do we start Ramadan with high vitality and then it fades away gradually?

Why do we start Ramadan with high vitality and then it fades away gradually? Every act of worship has its form and content, so if we are concerned about the form of the ritual act of worship only, leaving the essence, this fading of vitality takes place. On the other hand, if someone tastes the sweetness of being close to Allah, his vitality will increase.

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What time should we offer night prayer?

Question and Answer (9): What time should we offer night prayer?

What time should we offer night prayers, and is there an exact number of Ruk'at of it? The Prophet PBUH used to pray 8 Rak'at and 3 Ruk'at of Witr, this is his night prayers. If you offer them before you sleep it is called Tahajud, and if you offer them after your sleep, it is called night prayer Qiyam Al-Lail.  

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Should man follow a plan in worshiping Allah in Ramadan?

Question and Answer (10): Should man follow a plan in worshiping Allah in Ramadan? 

If you do not have your own plan in worshiping Allah the Almighty, the westerns have their plans for you, so do TV channels in order to make you incline to matters that do not please Allah through their movies and shows. Hence, if you do not plan, they are planning against you.  As I see it, surrounding yourself with pious brothers helps you increase

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