ANSWER: If they serve food during the day time, you are nor allowed to work there.Read more
ANSWER: No problem but it would be wise to combine your missed fasts with the sunnah fasts to gain double the reward (except for Shawwal fasts)Read more
ANSWER: Yes, you must make up those fasts.Read more
QUESTION: What is the ruling for women on fasting the 6th fast of Shawwal as they have to complete their missed fasts from Ramadan too? So do we have to complete our missed obligatory fast before fasting for Shawwal or is it ok if I fast the 6th fasting of Shawwal and complete missed fast of Ramadan later?
ANSWER: You must fast the missed days of Ramadan first and then fast the 6 days of Shawwal.Read more
QUESTION: My father was diabetic and he couldn’t fast for many years during ramadan and at that time he couldn’t give fidya due to finanacial conditions…then in 2019 he died after being half paralyzed due to brain stroke, so should i fast on his behalf or give fidyah for his missed fasts of many years
ANSWER: If he did not have the money to feed till he died, you can either pay on his behalf or fast on his behalf.Read more
QUESTION: If I have non Muslim workers working on my house in Ramadan who aren’t fasting it is permissible to leave tea out for them to make what they want? I know your video states it’s not permissible, however if we don’t offer them anything it’s deemed as rude and will likely affect their standard of work too ?
ANSWER: This is not permissible. If you are afraid of their standard of work, let them come after ramadan and you can serve them lunch if you wish!Read more
ANSWER: No problem as long as you are sure they will give that to poor Muslims.Read more
ANSWER: This is not authentic and its an innovation.Read more
QUESTION: I have a sister in Islam who breaks her fast about 45 minutes after the Maghreb prayer and she justifies this by the fact that Sura 2, ayat 187, it is asked to fast until night. According to her, the night is when she no longer sees any clear light in the sky and it is dark while we break the fast when we no longer see the rays of the sun so towards the Maghreb. Is it ok
ANSWER: What she is doing is totally wrong and prohibited! Most probably she is shia. She can’t know better than the prophet salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam who broke his fast immediately after the sun had set and it was still lightRead more