About this episode

-Continuation of the intro to Fiqh
-Discrepancy in the order of the 'pillars of Islam' narrated by Ibn Umar Radia Allahu anh
-Kitab Al-Sawoum: The Chapter on Fasting
-Definition of Fasting (Linguistic and Sharee)
-The reason worships need intentions. Proof for intention.
-The 'obligation of Ramadan' and the proof
-When did Ramadan become obligatory.
-The stages of obligatory fasting in Islam
-Rule of Usool al-Fiqh pertaining to abrogation

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