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Chapter thirty-five » Oath (Qasam) → ← Chapter thirty-three » Things that are discouraged (madhmūm) when drinking

Chapter thirty-four » Vow (Nadhr) and Covenant (ʿAhd)

(1) A mukallaf is someone who is legally obliged to fulfil religious duties.

(2) See Ruling 2687.

(3) As mentioned in Ruling 6, the term ‘problematic’ (maḥall al-ishkāl) amounts to saying that the ruling is based on obligatory precaution.

(4) This is the one rakʿah prayer that is performed as part of the night prayer. See Ruling 752.

(5) ‘Inculpably ignorant’ (al-jāhil al-qāṣir) is a term used to refer to someone who has a valid excuse for not knowing; for example, he relied upon something that he thought was authoritative but in fact was not.

(6) Eid al-Fiṭr is on the 1st of Shawwāl and Eid al-Aḍḥā is on the 10th of Dhū al-Ḥijjah. It is unlawful to fast on these days. See Ruling 1707.

(7) A sayyid is a male descendant of Hāshim, the great grandfather of Prophet Muḥammad (Ṣ).
Chapter thirty-five » Oath (Qasam) → ← Chapter thirty-three » Things that are discouraged (madhmūm) when drinking
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