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Is it okay to swear by the Quran to refute a claim made about me?

There is no sin in that you have sworn on the authority of Allah to prove your innocence. Source. But you should not have sworn on Quran, but on Allah Himself. For the sake of completion, I must add ...
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Difference between making something permissible forbidden, and stipulating to not do something permissible in a contract or oath

A permissible act, contrary to an obligatory act, gives you a choice of whether or not to do it. For example it is obligatory for you to pray while it is permissible for you to sleep. You can choose ...
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After breaking an oath, do we need to feed 10 poor persons in a single day?

According to Qur'an 5:89, one of the options of expiation of breaking an oath (Kaffarat Al-Yameen) is to feed ten needy people from one's own food, but having them on the same day is not a condition ...
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Is repeating an oath for each day permissible?

An oath is, an oath, is an oath... it must be regarded and respected as such and not become something worthless. Especially if it was made as a vow to Allah and not a simple promise. Allah informed us ...
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Is taking an 'citizenship' oath that you don't believe in Halal?

Alhamdulillaah,my suggestion is that all the Muslims go back to the Islamic lands that they have abandoned for the unislamic West and take a pledge to Allah to reestablish the Islam that they have ...
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Is taking an 'citizenship' oath that you don't believe in Halal?

A muslim needs to be a good human first, before being a good muslim. A person cannot be a muslim if he is not a good human. Every good human believes 'Honesty is a best policy'. So, if you evaluate ...
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I broke a very serious oath, will I be forgiven

In Quran Para 24: Faman Azlam, Surah Al-Zumar (39), Ayat No. 53 Allah Said: Don't Lose Hope In Allah's Mercy You are admitting your sin.Its also a Gift from Allah. Just seek Allah's mercy. He Must ...
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Must the fasts for Kaffarah of breaking an oath be consecutive?

The qur'an treats the topic of breaking oaths in (5:89) saying: Allah will not impose blame upon you for what is meaningless in your oaths, but He will impose blame upon you for [breaking] what you ...
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Is this way to pay the kaffarah for not fulfilling my promise to Allah correct?

Kaffara (expiation) for breaking an oath or vow is detailed in the Quran: فكفارته إطعام عشرة مساكين من أوسط ما تطعمون أهليكم أو كسوتهم أو تحرير رقبة فمن لم يجد فصيام ثلاثة أيام Its expiation is to ...
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I’m so scared and stuck

Once the oath is violated, it is dissolved and will no longer apply. Kaffara needs to be made only once. Allah has already ordained for you [Muslims] the dissolution of your oaths. And Allah is ...
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Stuck on which option to do

In your very first post (Kaffarah for breaking an oath confusion) you asked whether a 13 years old person must expiate for breaking oaths. In Islam the age of maturity is not fixed by an age, unless ...
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Made an oath on accident

Alsalam alikum brother/syster. The prophet [pbuh] said Allah has accepted my invocation to forgive what whispers in the hearts of my followers, unless they put it to action or utter it.source So ...
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Retracting an oath

you want to break your promise and break your oath! You must atone for this quit. This is a penalty for the bad promise man who breaks his oath. The prescribed punishment for breaking an oath is the ...
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Does blood that comes from your lips nullify your fast?

Technically, yes this is an issue (but there is a loophole of some sorts). It has happened to me before, and so I had decided to confront one of the Marja' about this (Makarem Shirazi). What he told ...
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Must the fasts for Kaffarah of breaking an oath be consecutive?

كفارة اليمين is detailed in the following verse of the Quran: لا يؤاخذكم الله باللغو في أيمانكم ولكن يؤاخذكم بما عقدتم الأيمان فكفارته إطعام عشرة مساكين من أوسط ما تطعمون أهليكم أو كسوتهم أو تحرير ...
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Is a forced oath taken by placing hand on Quran valid?

As for oaths we may read in the Qur'an: Allah will not impose blame upon you for what is meaningless in your oaths, but He will impose blame upon you for [breaking] what you intended of oaths. So its ...
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How to control sexual desires? (need motivation)

Marriage is the best avenue for those with high sexual desire as our prophet(sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) recommended this(below hadith) Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) when he ...
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Expiation for breaking an oath

The expiation is fasting 3 days, or feeding 10 poor persons out of what you would provide for your family or yourself, or providing clothing to 10 poor persons out of what you would provide for ...
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I broke a promise with a condition

There are two separate actions you did: Made an oath that you would never commit one sin Prayed that Allah punish you into Hell-fire if you break that oath Since you broke the oath you need to give ...
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What exactly consitutes a vow (nadhr النذر)?

Nadhr (and the related questions about it): Nadhr, in Islam, is an ought you make upon yourself of different kinds of worships to Allah whether it was with a condition or not. The conditions can be ...
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Will a promise not to watch/read anime be broken if I inadvertently see it in videos unrelated to anime?

Do not make anything harder than it needs to be. Unless something is a sin, keep promises to their spirit. Nothing more, nothing less. In general, anything done by mistake is not a sin. As long as ...
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"Deal with Allah"? Second Chances?

You seem to have broken a vow. See Quran 5:89 for how to make expiation.The vow is finished, unless you renew it [which you shouldn't if you have even a slight doubt that you won't be able to abide by ...
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Is making tawbah sufficient for lying when swearing on the Quran?

according to islamweb.net , it's a debt that you owe until you are capable. Also , you can appoint someone to feed on your behalf https://www.islamweb.net/ar/fatwa/159579
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After making an oath to try to not repeat a sin, I tried but repeated the sin; do I have to offer expiation?

Answer is Yes. That is the whole point of the oath. When you took the oath, you took the responsibility of what it entails. If you wish to expiate for the oath, then there are means to do that. See: ...
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What would happen if someone took an oath on a persons grave and lied?

bismillah assalaamu 3alaykum wa ra7matullahi wa barakaatuh I do not know whether your question is related to someone taking an oat by the grave of someone ( i.e. saying: By the grave of my ...
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What happens if someone fails to not sleep for three days as punshment for a sin after making an oath?

That's very weird! But I think this promise is not allowed and does not include any punishment. Because human beings are not allowed to hurt themselves. It's analogous to promising Allah to cut your ...
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Is it haram to accidentally make an oath to my husband that I did not do something I actually did?

False oath is a grave sin. You should tell the truth to your husband and repent to Allah for your sins. You can't undo what you did but you can ask for repentance and prevent yourself from doing it ...
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Is it haram to accidentally make an oath to my husband that I did not do something I actually did?

Hoping this will help as additional insight into what you swore about as I have no details and would not like to know. From an IslamWeb fatwa: Whoever takes a false oath commits a grave sin. To make ...
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