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For whatever reason, this person has to break their fast.

Should they eat less or differently? Does it change is it is voluntary or obligatory fasting?

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    What do you mean by eat differently? – ozbek Jun 11 '16 at 3:06
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    @ozbeck, anything that is different to their normal non-fasting eating patterns. So eating more or less, eating at different times, eating in seclusion. Anything. – Pureferret Jun 11 '16 at 8:41
  • I don't get what you mean by "eating differently". Why do you think they should? And what is the relevance for the "kind" of fast? Maybe i miss the point of your question :-\ Could you give an example or so? It seems to me that you are looking for an advise for such a case: I mean there's no general hint, as for example a diabetic may have an other time schedule than a person who has a temporary illness. IMO -in that situation- at least one should eat when he/she gets hungry or thirsty. – Medi1Saif Jun 13 '16 at 12:52
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No he shouldn't , and it doesn't depend on obligatory or voluntary. But if it is during daytime of Ramadan , and if he can , he may not eat or drink in public.

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