Fasting

'And eat and drink until the while thread of dawn'


'It is not righteous that you fast on a journey'


'Ramadan' or 'The month of Ramadan'?


'Start fasting on seeing the crescent of Ramadan


'The Adhan should not stop you from getting meals'


'Those who can fast but with great difficulty have choice either to fast or to feed a poor person as Fidya'


'We neither write nor know accounts'


'You are permitted to go to your wives


A Fasting person getting up in the morning in a state of Janaba


Ar-Raiyan i.e. one of the gates of Paradises


Being Quick to Break the Fast


Breaking fast at the end of the day


Breaking fast before time by mistake


Breaking fast publicly


Breaking fast with water or anything available


Cupping a Man who is Fasting


Cupping and vomiting of the fasting person


Eating or drinking forgetfully


Expiation for sexual intercourse in Ramadan


Fasting of boys


Fasting alternative days


Fasting continuously is forbidden


Fasting continuously till the time of Suhur


Fasting daily throughout life


Fasting during journeys


Fasting in the month of Sha'ban


Fasting is an expiation for sins


Fasting is obligatory in Ramadan


Fasting of the Prophet in the severity of heat during one of his journeys


Fasting on Fridays


Fasting on the 10th of Muharram


Fasting on the 11th, 12th & 13th Dhul-Hijja


Fasting on the 13th, 14th, 15th of the month


Fasting on the day of 'Arafat


Fasting on the Day of Ashura (the 10th of Muharram)


Fasting on the day of Nahr


Fasting on the first day of 'Id ul Fitr


Fasting recommended for those fearing illegal sexual intercourse


Fasting the 'Day of Doubt'


Fasting the Days of Fitr and Adha and Fasting Continuously


Fasting the last days of the month


Fasting When Junub in the Morning during Ramadan


Fasting while Traveling


Fasting with good faith, in Ramadan


Feeding family with things to be given as expiation


Generosity in the fasting month


Giving up forged speech and evil acts


Going on a journey after having fasted for a few days


Hastening the breaking of the fast


Having nothing for expiation


If intention of fasting was made in the day time


If somebody died and should have fasted


Interval between the end of Suhur and Fajr


Kissing by a fasting person


Making one's Muslim brother break his fast


Making the Intention to Fast Before Dawn


Making Up Days Missed in Ramadan and the Kaffara


Making up for Days Not Fasted in Ramadan in General


Making up for Voluntary Fasts (Broken)


May one choose special days for fasting?


Menstruating women should not fast


Not censuring each other for fasting or not


Not to fast a day or two before Ramadan


Periods in which the Prophet used to fast


Permission for a Fasting Man to Kiss


Punishment for fasting continuously


Restraint in Kissing when Fasting


Saying, 'I am fasting' on being abused


Sighting the New Moon for Beginning and Ending the Fast of Ramadan


Suhur is not compulsory


Taking a bath by a fasting person


Taking meals hurriedly before dawn


The Fast in General


The fasting of David


The Fasting of Someone who Kills by Mistake or Pronounces the Dhihar Form of Divorce


The Fidya (Compensation of a Man who Breaks the Fast in Ramadan from Weakness)


The Kaffara (Making Amends) for Breaking the Fast in Ramadan


The Prohibition against Fasting for Two Days or More without Breaking the Fast in between (Wisal)


The right of the body in fasting


The right of the family i.e. wife in fasting


The right of the guest in fasting


The superiority of observing fasting


The two months of 'Id do not decrease


The Vow to Fast, and Fasting for the Dead


To embrace while fasting


Using the Siwak


Visiting people and not breaking optional fast


What a Sick Man Does when Fasting


What to Do when Returning from a Journey in Ramadan or Intending to Travel in Ramadan


When to make up for fasting days missed


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