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 Rulings Pertaining To Ramadan
  • Book Author:
Salih al Munajjid
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  • Seventy Matters Related to Fasting
  • Introduction
  • The Definition of Siyaam (Fasting)
  • Ruling on Fasting
  • The Virtues of Fasting
  • The Benefits of Fasting
  • Etiquette and Sunan of Fasting
  • What should be done in this Great Month
  • Some Rulings concerning Fasting
  • How is the Onset of Ramadan Determined?
  • Who is Obliged to Fast?
  • Travelers
  • The Sick
  • The Elderly
  • Niyyah (intention) in Fasting
  • When to Start and Stop Fasting
  • Things that Break the Fast
  • Rulings on Fasting for Women
  • .The Night Prayer in Ramadan
  • Laylat Al-Qadr and its Timing
  • Praying Qiyaam in Congregation
  • Why did not the Prophet Continually Lead the
  • Prayer in Congregation?
  • Women may Pray Qiyaam in Congregation
  • Number of Rak’ahs of Qiyaam
  • Reciting Qur’aan in Qiyaam
  • The Timing of Qiyaam
  • Recitation during Three Rak’ahs of Witr
  • Du’aa al-Qunoot
  • What Should be Said at the End of Witr
  • Two Rak’ahs after Witr
  • Selected Verdicts regarding the Taraaweeh
  • The Number of Rak’ahs in Taraaweeh
  • Completing with the Imaam
  • Reciting the Entire Qur’aan in Taraaweeh
  • The Imaam Holding a Mushaf
  • One of the Followers Holding a Mushaf
  • Supplication after the Completion of the Qur’aan
  • Qunoot in the Witr and Fajr Prayers
  • Raising the Hands in the Qunoot
  • Joining the Taraaweeh with the Niyyah of ‘Ishaa
  • Reading Qur’aan or Praying Nawaafil?
  • Adding Another Rak’ah to the Imaam’s Witr
  • .l’tikaaf
  • Definition
  • The Benefits of I’tikaaf
  • The Connection between Fasting and I’tikaaf
  • With the Prophet in his I’tikaaf
  • His Guidance Concerning I’tikaaf
  • The Aims of I’tikaaf
  • Different Types of I’tikaaf
  • The Ruling on I’tikaaf
  • The Conditions of I’tikaaf
  • The Pillars of I’tikaaf
  • The Place, Time and Starting Point of I’tikaaf
  • The Aadaab (Etiquette) of I’tikaaf
  • Things which are Forbidden in I’tikaaf
  • Educational Aspects of I’tikaaf
  • Zakaat al -Fitr
  • Definition
  • Why Zakaat al-Fitr has been Legislated
  • Ruling on Zakaat al-Fitr
  • When it must be Given
  • Who must pay it?
  • Amount of Zakaat al-Fitr
  • Types of Things that my be Given
  • The Time for giving Zakaat al-Fitr
  • To Whom it may be Given
  • Payment and Distribution
  • Where to give Zakaat al-Fitr
  • Eid , Etiquette and Rulings
  • Muslims are Distinguished by their Festivals
  • -Ahkaam al- Eid (Rulings on Eid)
  • Fasting
  • Ruling on the Eid Prayers
  • Essentials and Timing of Eid Prayer
  • Description of the Eid Prayer
  • Recitation of Qur’aan in Eid Prayers
  • The Prayer comes before the Khutbah
  • Not Delaying the Prayer
  • Nafil Prayers in the Prayer-Place
  • Not Knowing about Eid until the Next Day
  • Women’s Attendance at Eid Prayers
  • -Aadaab al-Eid (Etiquettes of Eid)
  • Ghusl (Taking a Bath)
  • Eating before Coming Out
  • Takbeer on the Day of Eid
  • The Wording of the Takbeer
  • Congratulating One Another
  • Looking One’s Best for Eid
  • Ruling on Listening to the Eid Khutbah
  • Choosing Different Routes
  • A Caution against Wrongdoing
  • Seventy Matters Related to
  • Fasting

What should be done in this Great Month

Prepare yourselves and your environment for worship [by doing the following]:

  • Hasten to repent and turn back to Allaah.
  • Rejoice at the onset of this month.
  • Fast properly.
  • Have the correct frame of mind and fear Allaah when praying Taraaweeh.
  • Do not become tired during the middle34 ten days of the month.
  • Seek Laylat al-Qadr.
  • Read the entire Qur’aan repetitively, try to weep, and try to un- derstand what you are reading.
  • ‘Umrah during Ramadan is equivalent to Hajj [performed tith the Prophet.
  • Charity given during this virtuous time is multiplied.
  • I’tikaaf (retreat in the mosque for worship) is a confirmed Sun- nah of the Prophet.
  • There is nothing wrong with congratulating one another at the beginning of the month. The Prophet used to tell his Com panions the good news of the onset of Ramadan and urge them to make the most of it. Abu Hurayrah said:

“The Messenger of Allaah said, ‘There has come to you Ramadan, a blessed month. Allaah has made it obligatory on you to fast (this month). During it, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of Hell are locked, and the devils are chained up. In it there is a night that is better than a thousand months, and who- ever is deprived of its goodness has indeed been deprived.

Some Rulings concerning Fasting

(6) One kind of fasting is that which must be done on consecutive days, such as the fast of Ramadan, fasting in expiation for killing someone by mistake, divorcing one’s wife by dhihaar36, or having intercourse during the day in Ramadan. So one who makes a vow to fast consecutive days must fulfill it.

Another kind of fasting is that which does not have to be done on consecutive days, such as making up days missed in Ramadan, fasting ten days if one does not have a sacrifice [in Hajj], fasting for breaking an sworn oath (according to the majority), fasting to compensate for violating the conditions of ihraam (according to the most correct opinion), and fasting in fulfillment of a vow in cases where one did not have the intention of fasting consecutive


  • Voluntary fasts make up for shortcomings in the obligatory fasts. Examples of voluntary fasts include ‘Aashooraa’, the Day of ‘Arafah (for those not performing Hajj), Ayyaam al-Beed37, Mondays and Thursdays, six days of Shawwaal, and the specifics fasts of Muharram and Sha’baan.
  • It is not permitted to single out Friday for fasting38 or to fast on a Saturday unless it is an obligatory fast39. What is intended here is singling it out without there being a valid reason. It is not permitted to fast for an entire lifetime, or to fast for two days or more without a break( i.e., to fast two or three days [straight] without breaking one’s fast each day after Maghrib).

It is haraam to fast on the two Eid days or on the Ayyaam al- Tashreeq – the 11th, 12th and 13th of Dhu’l-Hijjah, – for these are days of eating, drinking and remembering Allaah. It is permissible though for pilgrims performing Hajj to fast them (Ayyaam al-Tashreeq) in Minaa if they do not have a sacrifice to offer

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