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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.


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As being a Muslim we know that the non Muslims doesn't give Zakat. There is no concept of Zakat in their religion. As if they show mercy towards poor people then they can gave money to any other NGO's but is not permissible to gave in any mosque. So in Islam this is not allowed up to some extent to take any money as a Zakat from the non Muslims.


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Brush your teeth while you fast during Ramadan, but be careful that you don't swallow anything. You can use any fluoride toothpaste, but make sure you don't gulp it down.


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well, on the other case. some of my country's ulama said that brushing teeth is makruh so they often tell to not doing that around fasting. but someother says it's welcome for us to do that as long as the water or the paste is not swallowed into our body.


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Fasting and Prayer are independent acts missing one does not invalidate another. Fasting is only invalidated by intercourse, masturbation, menstruation, post-childbirth bleeding and deliberately eating, drinking and vomiting.


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Graded sahih and narrated by Abdullah ibn Umar the following Hadith states: يَقُولُ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏ "‏ لَعَنَ اللَّهُ الْخَمْرَ وَشَارِبَهَا وَسَاقِيَهَا وَبَائِعَهَا وَمُبْتَاعَهَا وَعَاصِرَهَا وَمُعْتَصِرَهَا وَحَامِلَهَا وَالْمَحْمُولَةَ إِلَيْهِ ‏"‏ ‏.‏ The Prophet (ﷺ) said: Allah has cursed wine, its drinker, its ...


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If you uttered your niyyah and passed water over your whole body you performed ghusl. Anything else is rather optional or madhhabs based as the qur'an simply says wash yourselves while for prayer washing hands, face and feet and wiping over head is explicitly mentioned: O you who have believed, when you rise to [perform] prayer, wash your faces and your ...


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First what breaks the fast is eating, drinking or swallowing anything that can be considered as food or beverage or having sexual intercourse during the daytime of Ramadan or the day you fast (note that some schools of jurisprudence say that anything -which is considered to be food or beverage- that enters your body be it through the mouth, nose or any other ...


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here I mentioned Haram&Makruh Day's Based On Ayatollah Sistani oponion{1}: Makruh: When you are not sure the day is Arafe (عرفه) or it is Qurban (قربان) Haraam Day Of Fetr (عید فطر) Day Of Qurban (عید قربان) When you are not sure the day is 1'st of Ramazan or 30's of Shaban, and you fast with intent of 1'st ramazan (This is Haram) In Mustahab Fast, ...


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If husband/wife is in fast then only his/her fast will be broken. But the patience will be beneficial. If you can't then the fast of that person will be broken. If a you did it in any misguidance then you have not done any sin because it is clear in Islam that "if you do something wrong and you don't know about the sin then it is not sin but if you know that ...


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At the time of sahri Wa Bisaumi gaddin navaitu min shahri-Ramadan. At the time of iftar Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu va Alaika tawakkaltu wa Ala rizqika aftartu. Taken from the book Worship in islam by Sayyid Abul A'la Maududi Also you can follow the following link https://www.google.com/search?q=roza+kholne+ki+dua&tbm=isch&source=iu&...


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Vomiting can be either induced voluntarily or occur involuntarily. The latter one does not break the fast: قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏ من ذرعه القيء فلا قضاء عليه ومن استقاء فعليه القضاء Whoever is overcome and vomits is not to make up for the day (of fasting), but whoever vomits intentionally must make up the day. — Narrated by Abu Daud, ...


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Fasting and prayer are basically and from a fiqh perspective two independent acts of worship. Each of them has special conditions for validity/invalidity (one may say technical conditions as fiqh is based on the knowledge we have, but none of us knows to how much extent Allah may forgoe or not). Note that none of us even knows whether our best worship is ...


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Brushing your teeth during fasting is not hampered your fast until or unless you swallowed the toothpaste. You can use any toothpaste but be careful don't gulped it down. Dental hygiene paid heed to as one following the strict sovereignty during the month of blessings holy Ramadan


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Brushing the teeth during the fast will not break the fast until you swallow it. So be careful during brushing, don't swallow the toothpaste and water when you brush your teeth. But it can be broken when you brush your teeth due to hard toothbrush,it hurts the gums the blood come out from the gums and if that blood mixed with saliva and you swallow it then ...


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Biting the nails itself does not break the fast, however swallowing them would break the fast.


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no brushing teeth doesn't breaks fast until and unless you swallowed the paste.


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The application of eye drops in one's eyes does not invalidate the fast, even if the taste of the eye drops can be felt in the mouth and throat.If any one felt the taste of that particular drop in the mouth and throat then of course the eye drop invalidate the fast otherwise not.


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The best way to use the eyes drop in night when you are going to be sleep. But if you put drops in the morning or day timing while you fasting also then your fast is broken. Because when you use any eye drops and injections eyes are connected to your throat when you put some drops into your eyes you can feel the taste of drop which becomes the reason of ...


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Yes but in such unavoidable situation there will be no penalty/kufarah, you can have fast for later day to complete the count.


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Yes this is true that you have to make fast after puberty. Puberty have two to three conditions. First your menstruation cycle start second the first wet dream and like these. When you become adult then you have to make fast properly for the whole Ramadan.


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This is not much sure about your situation because there is no such intentions. This cold flu or any other allergies comes from Allah commandment so this is not invalidate your fast. This is all about intentions.


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On what basis do you want to skip fast? Distance of your journey trip? The distance is much to short to even shorten the prayer (most sunni madhhabs require a traveling distance of > 80 kilometers, shi'a may have a shorter traveling distance but if I remember well it is still close to 60kilometers), so this trip doesn't even count as traveling! And skipping ...


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Biting the nails itself does not break the fast, however swallowing them would break the fast. Notwithstanding, biting the nails is a vile, reprehensible act especially as there can be filth under the nails. One should endeavour to break this habit. Speak to your Local GP, who can advise accordingly.


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What you call du'a is simply a wording to declare the intention to fast. Note that in some madhhabs it is sufficient to make it once in the beginning of Ramadan (for the whole month), but basically the intention is made in the mind and doesn't need to be uttered. Finally be aware that the wording isn't correctly translated in your comment as: "وَبِصَوْمِ ...


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There is no dua for Sehri, وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ is not attributed to the Prophet, its source is unknown. Niyyah can be done anytime at night before the fast so do it before going to the washroom.


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whatever the time of the Menstruation Period , you are supposed to NOT fast on your period, All schools of Islamic jurisprudence agree that a woman in menstruation should not fast or pray. This is established in based on the following hadith: Mu’adhah said: I asked `Aishah, ‘Why must we make up the fasts missed due to our menstruation, and not ...


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Missing suhur is not a reason for not fasting as it is basically your fault. If you nevertheless ate you need to do expiation for voluntary breaking the fast, unless you have a valid reason or for example you found serious hardship in completing the day at that point you might be allowed to break your fast and expiate that day by a day of fast, but only a ...


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I am a recent convert but sad to see your question downvoted and unanswered. While hoping for a more detailed reply, I could share my personal take on this with you. Fasting is a period of abstination in which the most beautiful thing I have learned is countering lust in my desire to please Allah. It is with this same devotion that during the fast I also ...


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For breaking the fast you only need to eat or drink something or have a (halal) physical relation. So yes it would be acceptable and technically correct (fiqh perspective) to break fast by only drinking water. But you won't be following the sunnah by eating at least some dates etc. and I doubt that it would be good for your health to do this a longer time.


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