Shabaan Fatawa

The month of Sha'baan (1436/2015) has arrived (Tuesday, May 19, 2015).  We have one more month until the month of Ramadan. has a comprehensive collection of fatawa related to the month of Sha'baan.

If you have trouble accessing the fatawa, during the month of Shabaan, links to the fatawa are usually featured on the home page and you can search using this spelling (Sha'ban) during the rest of the year, in shaa Allah.

Topics covered:

o   Knowing the first day of Sha‘ban
o   The Hadith: “Rajab is the Month of Allah and Sha‘ban is my month”
o   Sha‘ban, an overlooked month
o   Slaughtering a sacrifice in Sha‘ban
o   Missed fasts must be made up for before the next Ramadan
o   Ruling on fasting in Muharram, Sha‘ban, and the Ten Days of Dhul-Hijjah
o   Visits made during Sha‘ban to the grave of Prophet Hud
o   Ruling on intention to observe Sawm, then falling ill
o   Fasting the first half or the entire month of Sha‘ban
o   Ruling on gifts sent to one’s fiancée on religious occasions
o   Is the night of mid-Sha‘ban the one meant in Surah Al-Dukhan?
o   Mid-Sha‘ban night supplication
o   Celebrating the Mawlid and mid-Sha‘ban
o   Special Sadaqah on the night of mid-Sha‘ban
o   Ruling on fasting the middle days of Sha‘ban
o   Reciting Surah Ya-Sin and the Prophet’s birth narrative
o   Degree of reliability of the Hadiths about the merit of mid-Sha‘ban
o   Attending the celebration of mid-Sha‘ban although convinced of its impermissibility
o   Desirability to fast the White Days even in Sha‘ban
o   Is it true that the Qur’an was sent down on the night of mid-Sha‘ban?
o   Reconciliation of two Hadiths on fasting after Sha‘ban is halfway over
o   Fasting on Mondays and Thursdays after the 15th of Sha‘ban
o   Permissibility to delay making up for Ramadan until Sha‘ban, without an excuse
o   Fasting on the last day of Sha‘ban
o   Sawm on the 30th of Sha‘ban if it coincides with a day that is habitually fasted on
o   Impermissibility of Sawm on the Day of Doubt, even if the sky is overcast
o   Fasting the Day of Doubt; Does it suffice instead of the first day of Ramadan?
o   Completion of Jumada II and Rajab does not mark the incompletion of Sha‘ban
o   Not observing Sawm and finding out later that it is the first of Ramadan
o   Using observation instruments to sight the new moon

To learn more about the month of Shabaan, please visit Learn about the month of Shabaan at TJ Ramadan.

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