If a man or woman breaks his/her fast in Ramadan due to a valid excuse – such as travel, illness, or menstruation, and later, outside of Ramadan, has spousal intercourse during the day when he/she was making up the Ramadan fast, is expiation required?
Whoever has spousal intercourse intentionally while making up a Ramadan fast:Must make up the day.Does not have to offer expiation; this is by agreement of the four main schools of […]
In the case of expiation due to intercourse by means of feeding, is it required to feed sixty poor Muslim people or would it suffice to only feed one?
Scholars differed: First opinion: One must feed 60 poor Muslim people, and that is the opinion of the majority from the Maaliki’s, Shafa’is, and Hanbali’s; it cannot be split to […]
Does the expiation for intercourse during the daytime in Ramadan have to be offered immediately, or can one take his time in offering it?
Expiation is an immediate obligation and it is not permissible to delay it except with a valid excuse.One who is required to offer expiation due to intercourse should be cautious […]
What is the ruling for a man who has intercourse with his wife during the daytime in Ramadan out of forgetfulness?
The man does not have to offer expiation if intercourse happens out of forgetfulness. This is the opinion of the majority from the Hanafi’s, Maaliki’s, Shafa’is, and a report by […]