Based on an obligatory precaution, it is unlawful for the Shia female to marry a Nasibi man. A Nasibi is the one who bears enmity with the Imams of the Ahlul-Bait (peace be upon them). It is permissible to marry the girl to a member of another Muslim sect, other than the Nasibis. However, this is prohibited in the case of fear that the Shia woman may be misguided because of such a marriage, although the marriage contract is considered to be correct and valid.
If the person intended before dawn to travel that day, and he travelled before zawal time (the time halfway between sunrise and sunset), it is permissible to break the fast during such a travel. If he did not break his fast during such a travel and came back before Zawal, he must renew the intention and continue the fast.<br>If he did not intend at night to travel but intended after dawn to travel, he is not permitted to break his fast and his fast in valid.
If the beginning of Muharram is the first day of your khums fiscal year then khums is payable at the end of Dhil-Hijjah, even if you started saving in Dhil-Qa’dah and did not save anything before that. The khums fiscal year begins when one gains any money in his life, even when he was a child. If you know that day then this is when you pay khums on any profit that remains unspent, even if you received the money days before this date. If you do not know that day exactly, then you should refer to the religious authority, i.e. the marji that you follow or his agents, to determine a day to be the start of your khums fiscal year.