According to Mr. Ghamidi, "Ayyamam Madodaat" means complete fasting days of Ramadan. But a person who knows arabic language told that "Ayyamam Madodaat" comes for plural less than ten like it came for Hajj. If it's less than ten, then how it relates to 30 days of Ramadan?
I am diabetic about 60 years of age. I cannot practice fasting. Is it possible that somebody else may fast for me?
In one of addresses by Mr. ghamidi he mentioned that there is no need for Halala in case a person wants to marry a person already divorced, i.e. ex wife. Is it true? In this case what is the significance of Halala? Kindly elaborate