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Audio: Signs That Indicate The Acceptance of One's Deeds In Ramadhaan by Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis

MpubsFlagLogoQuestion: One aspires to attain taqwá in Ramaḍān. What are the signs that we are achieving this?

Answer: The People of Knowledge mention with relation to seasonal actions that come upon us like the Ḥajj and fasting in Ramaḍān, that there are some signs that one’s Ramaḍān is accepted and the person is achieving piety throughout and what follows at the end of that action. One of the greatest and most profound signs is that a person desires to continue with the good that they have been practicing after the action has been completed…

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Audio: Does The Shaytaan Physically Flow Through The Veins and How Are The Shayateen Chained In Ramadhaan by Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis

Our Shaykh Abū Ḥakīm Bilāl Davis (حفظه الله) was asked the following,

Question: Regarding the ḥadīth about the shayṭān flowing through the veins, is he physically in our veins and does fasting physically weaken him? Does this weakness result in him not being able to influence us as much? Also, is it shayṭān or the shayaṭīn?

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Audio: Does Wavering In The Intention To Fast Nullify The Fast by Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis

MpubsFlagLogoQuestion: If one wavers in their intention to break their fast during the day without a legitimate reason due to being indecisive, is their fast broken?

Answer: The wavering of the intention during the performance of a particular action does not nullify the action outright. The fact that a person’s niyyah may be affected...

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Audio: One Who Has Outstanding Fasts or Fidyah and Ramadhaan Has Come by Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis

MpubsFlagLogoQuestion: A woman did not fast last Ramaḍān due to breastfeeding but she did not pay her fidyah. What is upon her in this situation?

Answer: The origin in relation to that which is compulsory in the affair of paying the fidyah is that one hastens to perform that action. If she is able to do so before Ramaḍān, she should do so but if for some reason she is unable to do so and the following Ramaḍān came upon her as in the case of ʿĀʾishah (رضى الله عنها) who was not able to complete her fasts until the month of Shaʿbān, she can do so after…

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Audio: It Is Optional For The Breastfeeding Woman To Fast and How She Should Pay The Fidyah by Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis

MpubsFlagLogoQuestion (a): Should the breastfeeding woman who fears for her baby try to fast a few days or should she take the concession for the month? She wants to fast some as she feels she is being deprived of the rewards. 

Answer (a): As mentioned in the āyah of fasting in Sūrah al-Baqarah, whoever is able to fast but wishes not to, should pay the fidyah of feeding a poor person. This fidyah is an allowance that occurred since the beginning of Islām when fasting was prescribed but optional. However, when it was later became abrogated and fasting became wājib, the fidyah was lifted and removed except for a certain number of people, from them the breastfeeding woman…

Question (b): Does she have to feed a poor person daily or can she give them enough groceries for a month?

Answer (b):Allāh has legislated the feeding of a poor person, and that feeding is best done by giving uncooked food for them to cook for themselves. Some of the Salaf used to do this and there are some like Anas Ibn Mālik who, when he got old, would prepare food and gather 30 people at the end of Ramaḍān and feed them all…

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