No expiation, other than a tawba and a make up of the day, is required for any of the other things that break the fast apart from intercourse.
No; any act of intercourse, even without discharge, invalidates the fast.
Intercourse is the most serious invalidator, as it has a severe expiation along with it. The person needs to make tawba, make up the day, and fast for 60 consecutive […]
Three major matters that invalidate the fast are mentioned in the Qur’an. They are intercourse, eating, and drinking. “So now have sexual relations with them and seek that which Allaah […]
Some of the things that invalidate the fast involve fluids coming out of the body, which weaken it. They are: intercourse masturbation deliberate vomiting menstruation/nifaas cupping Certain things/fluids that go […]
What is the expiation for spouses who have intercourse during the daytime in Ramadan due to desire that stemmed from both of them?
They must repent, seek forgiveness from Allah, and be regretful. They must also make up this day. They must offer an expiation. Expiation would be:Freeing a believing slave, and if […]
Scholars have agreed that one does not have to be free of janabah, as it is by choice to purify oneself from that.A’isha (ra) narrated that the Prophet (pbuh) was […]
It’s agreed upon by Muslim jurists that whoever has intercourse with his wife during her menses has inevitably committed a major sin.