The Grand Ayatollah Sistani, Shia Supreme Religious authority, has provided an important answer to a question about sighting of the...
The Grand Ayatollah Sistani, the Supreme Religious authority for Shia Muslims, responded to a religious question about the conditions for holding congregational prayers in mosques as...
Frequently Asked Questions on Zakat Al-Fitrah according to the Fatwas of Ayatollahs Khamenei, Sistani, Makarem Shirazi and Hakeem....
Fasting for Muslims means that all physically fit and mature Muslims have to totally and completely abstain from food, drink, smoking and...
Some Shia Jurists issued Fatwas (religious edict) in response to the Istifta (new inquiry) about questions regarding the fasting during the...
What time should one stop eating, at imsak timing or at the start of Fajr? In France imsak timing is 20 minutes before Fajr timing. Should we offer Fajr prayer immediately after...
Fasting in the holy Shari’ah (jurisprudence) of Islam is equal to that with the intention of obeying God; a person does not eat or...
Fasting or Ṣawm, is one of the most important obligatory rituals in Islam. Muslims must abstain from a number of activities including eating and drinking from dawn to dusk to...
According to the Islamic laws of Ayatollah Sistani, what is the ruling of fasting in the holy month of Ramadan for those who are living in northern hemisphere?
A Fatwa (religious edict) was issued by the Fatwa Council in the United Arab Emirates concerning the fasting for patients who suffer Coronavirus.