Question: A man slept beside his wife after eating Suhoor (pre-dawn meal before the Fast) in Ramadaan and he was confused concerning the loud recitation of the Imaam (leader in congregational Prayer) in the mosque. He thought that it was Tahajjud (optional late night Prayer) and did not try to find out whether it was the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer or the Tahajjud Prayer, and he finally copulated with his wife. Surely, this man was able to turn on the light to know the time but he did not. However, after he had sex, he found out that it was the Fajr Prayer. By doing so, is he regarded as careless with and degrading the prohibitions of Allaah?
Answer: If the reality is as mentioned, that he had sexual intercourse with his wife after the break of Fajr in Ramadaan, thinking that the night did not elapse, he is not sinful because he did not seek to have sexual intercourse in the daytime in Ramadaan… read more here.
Question: In Ramadaan, I was newly married and I indulged in foreplay with my wife after the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer. I would enter a part of my penis in her vagina with her assent. We did not ejaculate but we were pleased with that. I do not remember how many times this happened; perhaps three or four. What is the ruling on that and what should I do? May Allaah protect you.
Answer: If the reality is as mentioned in the question, it is Waajib (obligatory) on you to pay the Kaffaarah (expiation) of sexual intercourse during the day in Ramadaan. If the sexual intercourse took place on separate days, it is Waajib on you to offer Kaffaarah for the number of days in which you had sex and you have to make up for these days… read more here.
Question: I am a woman who was ignorant that when a woman puts her hand into her vagina for cleansing, this renders Sawm (Fast) invalid. I continued to do so for many years. Now I am making up for the missed days of Ramadaan. Is it Waajib (obligatory) on me to offer a Kaffaarah (expiation) by feeding the needy? What is the amount of such a Kaffaarah? It is worth mentioning that I did so out of ignorance and I cannot observe Sawm except in winter.
Answer: The act of putting the hand into the vagina does not render Sawm invalid unless it results in sexual discharge out of sexual desire. When it results in sexual discharge, it renders Sawm invalid, and it is Waajib on a woman to make up for it only... read more here.
Question 121: Should a woman perform Ghusl (full ritual bath) if she places her finger into her vagina while making Istinjaa’ (cleansing the private parts with water after urination or defecation), applying ointment,or inserting a pessary; or if a female doctor places her hand or a diagnostic instrument during medical examination? If this happens during the daytime in Ramadaan, should she break her Sawm (Fast) and make up for it later?
Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. In any of the above-mentioned cases, the woman does not have to perform Janaabah Ghusl (full ritual bath to cleanse of sexual discharge) nor does it invalidate her Sawm… read more here.
Question 118: What is the ruling on the yellow discharge flowing from a virgin or a married woman’s vagina without having a sexual dream? Does she have to perform Ghusl (ritual bath following major ritual impurity)?
Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If this discharge is Madhy (thin white viscid fluid secreted when having sexual thoughts or desire), she does not have to perform Ghusl. If it is Maniy (vaginal secretion), and it is discharged out of desire or after a sexual dream, she should perform Ghusl… read more here.
Question 83: Q: Does emission of wind from a woman’s front passage invalidate Wudoo’?
Question 83: A woman passes wind from her front passage (vagina) when she bows and prostrates herself during Salaah (prayer). This happens especially when she prostrates, and when she assumes the sitting position between the two Sujood (prostrations) to recite Tashah-hud (a recitation in the sitting position in the second/last unit of Prayer) and all those surrounding her hear the sound. Does this invalidate the Salaah offered by that woman? Sometimes, the wind she passes is so faint and cannot be heard, does this invalidate both Wudoo’ and Salaah?
Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions!
Passing wind from the front passage (vagina) does not invalidate Wudoo’… read more here.