Astagfirullah how can you ask this question you should not taste any thing and many of the tooth pastes have alcohol in it and while brushing in normal months when you brush even after gargeling the remaining substance you can taste and feel it in your throat so this thing also goes with tooth brush particles remains on the brush after washing it so using ...
A toothbrush can't necessarily break your fast unless you swallow it ( which I doubt you can do )
I believe that the question can be edited as to " Does brushing break the fast ? "
NO unless you swallow the toothpaste, brushing does not break the fast. Take care to brush your teeth without swallowing the toothpaste ( and water ) .
Islam encourages ...
The matter of fast is simple, if you had in mind to fast the following day before you went to bed. You made an intention.
Eating or doing suhur has no relation to the validity of fast. It is only a recommended sunnah.
If you missed the suhur and woke up after fajr time you are not allowed to eat nor drink anything as else you would have broken your fast.
This would not break your fast since it was on accident. a better explanation is found on islamqa: Praise be to Allaah.
There is no sin on him and his fast is still valid, because Allaah says at the end of Soorat al-Baqarah (interpretation of the meaning):
“Our Lord! Punish us not if we forget or fall into error”
and it was narrated ...
No, your fast did not break. Your action of drinking happened before Athaan. The moisture just happened to be there afterwards. Also, you could eat after the athaan as the Siyaam starts a bit before dawn, and the athaan is still before that time. Anyway, any unintentional eating drinking is forgiven, even if you had it in the middle of the Siyaam.
Sexual intercourse breaks the fast, and you have to make up for it on another day. If it was Ramadan, you'd also be liable for expiation (freeing a just slave, fasting 60 consecutive days or feeding 60 poor people). Although it isn't, I'm mentioning this so that you're aware of the consequences of you were to repeat this during Ramadan.
Technically, yes this is an issue (but there is a loophole of some sorts). It has happened to me before, and so I had decided to confront one of the Marja' about this (Makarem Shirazi).
What he told me is that in fasting, the "rule" is that you cannot drink any liquids nor eat anything. Blood is a liquid, and thus does nullify the fast if goes into your ...
Inshaallah your fast will still be valid. The hadath (impurities) including farts, urinating, janabah, etc. are not the requirement for doing starting the fast. Those are the requirement for other obligation such as the five prayer.