Hot answers tagged

6

Bleeding, as in bleeding from a cut or a wound, does not make the fast void in and of itself. If, however, the blood loss is enough to weaken you to the point that further fasting would actually be harmful to your health, the fast should be broken; this would fall under the same general ruling as breaking your fast due to illness and making it up at a later ...


6

I am assuming that you are referring to Kaffarah (expiation) for fasting in Ramadan. This applies to when you intended to fast but broke it or if you had intercourse during the daytime in Ramadan. If you did not fast at all and did not have intercourse then the expiation of freeing a slave does not apply, AFAIK, you only need to repent and make up for missed ...


5

If your sister tried her best to cough out every bit of what she had swallowed, Allah is aware. If she wasn't successful, still Allah is aware. If she had tried her best, that is enough for Allah . Al-An'am : Ayah 152 ...We do not charge any soul except [with that within] its capacity.... Here's a hadith to suit your condition though not fully ...


5

If you had the intention in the morning. "There is no fast for the one who does not intend to fast before dawn." Reference : Sunan an-Nasa'i 2338 Grade : Sahih (Darussalam) Then forgot that you were fasting. ‘Whoever forgets that he is fasting, and eats or drinks is to complete his fast, as it was Allah who fed him and gave him ...


5

Three points must be considered: If there has been intercourse with penetration then that would invalidate fast no matter if there was an ejaculation or not as it is haram (by Quran and sunna which explains why this verse have been revealed) to have intercourse (with penetration) while fasting. If there was only fondling or any kind of intimacy without ...


5

Scholars say that as long as neither of the husband or wife had ejaculation due to sexual arousal their fast is valid (assuming even the wife was fasting). (See this or this fatwa in Arabic or this in English) Note that the fast of any of them would only become invalid once a ejaculation takes place. And in your case only the fast of the husband could become ...


5

Ahadith on the recommendation to fast 6 days of shawwal Generally we are recommended to fast outside of Ramadan. The only days we are not allowed to fast are: the two Eids and the three days of tashreeq (after Eid al-Adha) and we are also not allowed to fast on Friday (if we don't fast a day before or after it too) and all the year or life time. For the ...


5

No its depends on individuals but technically it's wrong mosque can't receive money or food from non Muslim as we can't give zakat to them its necessary to give the deserved ones and Muslims.


4

No, the fast is not valid without intention (Niyyah). It was narrated by Ibn ‘Umar from Hafsah (may Allaah be pleased with her) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever does not have the intention of fasting before Fajr, there is no fast for him.” Narrated by Imam Ahmad, the authors of al-Sunan, Ibn Khuzaymah and ...


4

Please read this for detailed answer.


4

Hadith from Sahih Muslim Mu'adha said: I asked 'A'isha: What is the reason that a menstruating woman completes the fasts (that she abandons during her monthly course). but she does not complete the prayers? She (Hadrat 'A'isha) said: Are you a Haruriya? I said: I am not a Haruriya, but I simply want to inquire. She said: We passed through this (period of ...


4

Did i break my fast? Yes, your fasting for that day was broken. Shud i pay kaffara or offer qaza of that fast? You have to do kaffara as the act of breaking the fast (intercourse) was intentional. Did i do a sin? While i thought it was permitted one time. Not knowing is not an excuse. And Allah is All-Forgiver. Kaffara or qaza is to be offered ...


4

Well as soon as possible does not mean that you fast on EID day because that is forbidden. But after EID day you should make them up as soon as possible. (Of-course excluding any days on which fasting is forbidden or relaxed like for women during menses or people who are sick or are travelling) Reason is that as muslims we believe their is no guarantee of ...


4

Now that you cleared your question, as menopause isn't a reason to stop having intercourse. While menstruation indeed is a reason, as stated in the comment of brother Zia, but that doesn't mean that you must avoid having any sexual pleasure or tension. In the following I'm assuming that you are not considering a second (etc.) marriage and just look for legal ...


4

Yes, it is Sunnah to fast for 6 days in the month next to Ramadan which is the month of Shawwal. It was narrated from Abu Ayyub that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Whoever fasts Ramadan then follows it with six days of Shawwal, it is as if he fasted for a lifetime.” - Sunnah ibn Majah, Grade : Sahih (Darussalam) The hadith cited above is from the ...


4

There is no evidence above whether it is Makruh or not but it is Mustahabb (preferable) to eat food at Suhur There is no evidence to show whether or not it is makruh or haram but it is permissible as it would contain vitamins that are essential for the brain. There is no difference in these tablets and food eaten in suhur in regards to making fasting more ...


4

The first day of Shawaal is Eid-ul-Fitr but fasting is prohibited on this day. Therefore you can start it the day after. So you can start it on the second day of Shawaal. This site has more info if you are interested. You can start fasting six days of Shawwal from the second day of Shawwal, because it is haram to fast on the day of 'Eid. You can fast ...


4

No, you don't have to pray the Salah from when you were not a muslim. This can be seen because neither did the Prophet (SAW) nor did any of the Sahaba. Furthermore a person is forgiven for everything he did before if he accepts Islam: When Allah instilled the love for Islam in my heart, I (Amr ibn Al-Aas) went to Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) and said, 'Extend ...


4

When it comes to acts of worship like prayer and fasts which are either performed as obligatory/fard or optional/nafl/sunnah acts. There certainly might be some slight differences in the practice, but the timing for when one should start fast and when one should break it is not one of them, as it is declared in the Qur'an: ... And eat and drink until the ...


4

First of all your post lacks some necessary information to answer it correctly, so you could conclude your answer from the following: You should know if you know the ruling and you despite this knowledge ignore it, then you are committing a sin, as this is a part of kufr (rejecting an order a ruling of Allah's shari'a the more you do it without necessity or ...


4

The Prophet ﷺ informed us that for the fasting to be accepted: Niyyah (intention) to fast is required. The time of niyyah is before the break of dawn of the day one is fasting. عن حفصة زوج النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: مَنْ لَمْ يُجْمِعِ الصِّيَامَ قَبْلَ الْفَجْرِ فَلاَ صِيَامَ لَهُ Narrated by Hafsah, Ummul Mu'minin,...


4

Fasting is obligatory, and not fasting is a great sin. The only people exempted from fasting are the following: Travelers (of long distances) Sick people (that are too sick to fast) Old people (that cannot fast) Those undergoing menstruation or something similar. The point of Ramadan is not that Muslims stop working. They need to work anyway. Fearing ...


3

If the kid has reached puberty then he/she should not eat or drink anything until Maghrib Athan. The age when someone reaches puberty differs from one person to another. For example, someone living in the desert reaches puberty at the age of 9 (Our mother Aisha reached puberty when she is 9 years old)


3

Health is also in the conditions where fast is excused. The conditions are Health When you're in a journey But if you do not fast then you have to manage for a poor person to fast. Meaning you have to make all the arrangement for him like in Sehri and Iftar. After that your fast is excused but when you became healthy then the number of fast you excused you ...


3

It sounds like you knew you were going to be fasting, and you did not realize the fast had started. This sounds like it is squarely in the category of forgetful breaking of the fast and therefore your fast is not invalidated by that action. There's a pretty solid breakdown of the rules here at The Fiqh of Fasting and here it is related that The Prophet (...


3

According to the Hanafi madh'hab, any deferred Ramadan fasts need not be made up immediately, so long as they're made up before next Ramadan: There is no obligation to fast them before doing any other optional fasts. It must, however, be noted that dying before making up the Ramadan fasts (without a valid excuse) is considered sinful, which is not the case ...


3

Yes, you can fast voluntarily because the Prophet s.a.w fasted on Mondays and Thursdays. So you can do the same as well. Or sometimes when people feel that their sexual desires have risen, then they fast because it lowers them. The prophet s.a.w said for those who cannot marry to keep a fast. This is just part of the hadith.


3

Fasting on Monday and Thursday of a week is desirable and an established Sunnah. Besides other narrations also prohibit singling out Fridays for fasting. In your situation, you are trying to single out Thursday for fasting, which will not be preferable according to the general understanding of the prohibition of specifying a day for fasting, unless it is a ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible