Things which invalidate the fast
1. They committed a shameful deed during the day in Ramadan, and they were unaware that it is obligatory to offer expiation
2. She prescribed a nebuliser to a patient and told him that it did not break the fast, then she found out that it does break the fast. What should she do?
3. He took a bit of dry skin off his lips when he was fasting, then swallowed it with his saliva
4. If he swallows saliva after it came out to the lips, does that break the fast, and is there scholarly consensus on the issue?
5. Does having a lumbar puncture break the fast?
6. Can a Hanbali treat with cupping (hijamah) someone who does not think that cupping breaks the fast?
7. He thought that his fast had been spoiled, but he refrained from eating out of respect for the sanctity of the month, then it became clear that it had not been spoiled; does he have to make up that day?
8. He forced her into sex during the day in Ramadan, and she refused then she gave in; does she have to offer expiation?
9. If a person formed the intention to fast from the night before, then he ate several times during the day by mistake, is his fast valid?
10. Ruling on sending pictures of water, juice and food to a fasting person to annoy him
11. Ruling on injections and intravenous fluids for one who is fasting, and the impact of the intention (niyyah) on invalidating the fast
12. Are saline solutions, vitamin injections and intravenous injections regarded as breaking the fast?
13. He apostatised during the day in Ramadan then he came back to Islam – what must he do?
14. Does inserting a catheter into the patient’s body to drain urine invalidate the fast?
15. Why is masturbation regarded as breaking the fast, when the same does not apply to wanton display of beauty (tabarruj) and other sins?
16. Is there a specific punishment for looking at adorned women whilst fasting?
17. What should a worshipper do if his gums start to bleed whilst he is praying?
18. He was fasting and he told someone that he was not fasting; what is the ruling on his fast?
19. The hadith “If dawn comes when a person is junub, he should not fast”
20. They put him under anaesthetic when he was fasting, then make him inhale something to wake him up