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 ...
It is not obligatory to break the fast with dates but it is highly recommended by the Prophet.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is quoted as saying: “When one of you is fasting, he should break his fast with dates; but if he cannot get any, then (he should break his fast) with water, for water is purifying” (Abu Dawood: 975).
So, it is your free ...
Saying "Bismillah بسم الله " is not mandatory, but among the sunan of eating.
This is based on:
"When one of you eats food, then let him say: 'Bismillah.' If he forgets in the beginning, then let him say: 'Bismillah Fi Awwalihi Wa Akhirih (In the Name of Allah in its beginning and its end.)"
It is also permissible to ...
The answer is there is a very weak (fabricated) narration that creates a relation between fasting these days and 'Adam and Hawaa'.
Imam as-Suyuti referred to it in his tafsir a-Durr al-Manthur الدر المنثور -see here- while commenting (2:37) saying:
In the following I'm translating text from Arabic language, as this translation is of my own take it ...
The fast of the white days أيام البيض is basically a specific case of fasting 3 days each months (See for example in Sahih al-Bukhari and the addition of an-Nasa-i in his Sunan adding the white days). As for the later to choice of days is optional, so you may fast them consecutively or separately.
As fasting the days of Tashreeq أيام التشريق (the three ...
No, it is not a sin to leave and inshallah it is even a rewarded that you even intended to it, and that is by the Qudssi Hadith from Allah [SWT]
Allah has written down the good deeds and the bad ones. Then He explained it [by saying that] he who has intended a good deed and has not done it, Allah writes it down with Himself as a full good deed, but if he ...
The Niyyah is a really essential for all good deeds and our Niyyah must always be good.
I didn't understand what you meant by reading Niyyah but if you had eaten Suhoor then you must have made an intention to fast.
But if you are sure that you didn't intend fast at all then your fast cannot be valid.
It was narrated by Ibn ‘Umar from Hafsah (...
According to this fatwa you can take necessary medecine during fast.
According to this fatwa, you cannot fast.
You should read this longer fatwa respecting medical issues.
Saying «Alternative routes of drug administration can help fasting patients», it implicitly allows taking medicine during fast, and recommends to consult the doctor to councel whether ...
No you can still fast because you swallowed it by accident.
Khuzaymah (1999) narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever breaks his fast in Ramadaan by mistake does not have to make up that day or offer expiation.” Classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh Ibn Khuzaymah.
If you intentionally ejaculate, yes it will break your fast.
I don’t understand why you’d want to do such a thing since you won’t even end up feeling any pleasure?
And I’m not too sure if it’s possible to intentionally make yourself have a wet dream.
If you do anything unintentionally or accidentally then there is no sin for that. But do try to be careful the next time.
Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) once said, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intention and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended."
I would have liked somebody to find a published answer somewhere but I didn't find any, as well as others who have looked into your question.
There are enough aspects that speak in favour of your fast being valid:
You had the intention to fast correctly at the time you had in mind.
It's just a minute. Precision of time resolution in the period when the ...
Fast on the day of Exam
The most simplest answer would be You are already on a Exam , The Exam of your life. The life that you're living is Temporary and the life you'll live in your afterlife either Heaven or Hell, depends on the result of this exam! (al quran)
Now you decide, which on you'd choose, the simplest question.
And about "Ramadan", this ...