Question: Is the obligation of feeding sixty poor people discharged when the total amount – enough for sixty people – is given in one container to one family provider?
Answer: Feeding poor people can take the form of giving each poor person half a Saa` (1 Saa`= 3 kg. Approx.), which equals approximately 1.5 kg, of a staple foodstuff. However, it will discharge the obligation to gather the aggregate number of poor people and offer them lunch or dinner according to the correct opinion maintained by scholars… read more here.
Question: A man had sexual intercourse with his wife during the daytime in Ramadaan being ignorant of the ruling and the Kaffaarah (expiation). However, later he came to know about his mistake. What should he do?
Answer: Anyone who has sexual intercourse with his wife during the daytime in Ramadaan is liable for Kaffaarah, which is emancipating a believing slave, fasting for two successive months if the previous option is unavailable, or feeding sixty poor people if the two previous options are not available in addition to repentance and making up for that day… read more here.
Question: Allaah (Glorified and Exalted be He) says: And for him who is unable to do so, he should feed sixty of Miskeen (poor). Are children considered among the category of Miskeens? What kind of food should I give to them? Is there a certain kind of food? Is it permissible to clothe them instead of feeding them?
Answer: First, if those who look after children do not have money to spend on them because they are poor, they are considered among the category of the Miskeens regarding offering Kaffaarah (expiation)… read more here.
Question: How should I feed? Should I feed a Miskeen (a needy person) for an entire day, that is, from the morning to the evening, or just one meal?
Answer: It suffices to give every one of the sixty Miskeens 1/2 Saa`, (1 Saa`= 3 kg. Approx.) of the staple food eaten by your family… read more here.