Fiqh of Ramadan
When Does Ramadan Start?
Differences in When the Moon Can Be Sighted, What to Do - Fatwa dealing with differences of opinion in regard to the moonsighting, a common area of controversy for Muslims
Forming Committees to Sight the Moon - How should Muslims in the West determine when to start Ramadan?
Moonsighting Announcements - Find out exactly when Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr start
How to Fast and Break Your Fast
Advice to Muslims in Ramadhan
Essentials of Ramadan: A Detailed Guide to the Fiqh of Fasting
Fasting Ramadan, Its Virtues & Rulings
Guide to the Fiqh of Ramadan
Ramadan Mubarak! or, You Mean I Can't Eat Anything? (especially aimed at new Muslims)
Rulings for Iftar (meal to break the fast)
Rulings for Suhur (meal before starting the fast)
The Mysteries of Fasting the Month of Ramadan: Special Observances
Things That Break the Fast
Fatwas dealing with common questions about fasting in Ramadan and other related matters, from Islam Q&A:
The Last Ten Nights of Ramadan and Laylat al-Qadr
16 things you can do on the Night of Power
How to Seek Laylatul-Qadr
The Last Ten Days of Ramadan
When Is Laylat al-Qadr?
I'tikaf: Retreating to the Masjid
Can a man prevent his wife from observing itikaaf
Conditions of I'tikaf
I'tikaf Must Be in the Masjid, Women Are Allowed to Do It There
The reward for itikaaf
What is Itikaf?
Tarawih: The Ramadan Night Prayer
Perhaps you may have heard of the fiqh dispute over how many rak'ats are in tarawih. The following articles present evidence that the original practice of the Prophet (sAas) was eight rak'ats (plus witr).
But Don't Make the Number of Rak'ats a Source of Division
Night Prayer During Ramadan: Tarawih
Ramadan Nightly Prayer (Tarawih)
Rulings of Ramadan: The Tarawih Prayer
The Correct Answer Regarding Tarawih Prayer
The practice of 20 rak'ats was developed by the caliphs Umar ibn al-Khattab (rAa) and Ali ibn Abu Talib (rAa). It was not disputed by the salaf and has been the position of the four madhhabs since that time. The evidence presented above aims to refute those who claim that eight rak'ats is a bid'a or an unknown practice among Muslims. In fact, both are recognized and valid. Muslims can follow one or the other position if they prefer it (for instance, offering eight rak'ats if they prefer to follow the original practice of the Prophet sAas, or offering 20 if they prefer to follow the rulings of the madhhabs). Or they can achieve reward by following what the imam does at the masjid, whichever it might be.
See also Tarawih is Not Obligatory to keep the dispute in perspective.
Eid al-Fitr and Zakat al-Fitr
Eid Prayer is Fard Kifaya
Eid: Ettiquette and Rulings
Explanation of Zakat al-Fitr
How much zakaat al-fitr is and when it should be paid
How-Tos of Eid Day
Is the Eid prayer obligatory?
It is better for women to go out to the Eid prayers than to stay at home
Joining the imam during the additional takbeers
Making up Eid Prayer if You're Late
Ruling on various customary Eid greetings
Rulings Concerning Zakat al-Fitr
When Zakat al-Fitr Should be Paid
When should the takbeer for Eid al-Fitr begin?
Women Should Go Out for Eid Prayer
Other observances linked to Ramadan
Learn About the Month of Shaban (the month before Ramadan)
Learn About the Month of Shawwal (the month after Ramadan)
Six Days of Shawwal: Must They Be Consecutive?
Six Days of Shawwal: Should A Woman Do This First or Make up Missed Fasts from Ramadan?
Six Days of Shawwal: Virtues of Fasting Them
Also see: Laylat al-Nusf min Sha’baan (the middle of Sha’baan) should not be singled out for worship