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What you’ve experienced is most likely spotting. In that case your fasts and prayers would be valid, but make sure to do wudu before each salat if it happens again. Allah knows best. https://youtu.be/cMPTyCc7wxc


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Scholars differ on this. To my knowledge eating by mistake after the suhoor time will not break your fast, as long as you made the intention (niyyah) to fast. So you can continue fasting. However, just to be safe, you can make up this day. Allah knows best. For more information: https://www.google.com/amp/s/islamqa.info/amp/en/answers/38543


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The fast is only void in the case of Ejaculation i.e: Orgasm or the feeling of "gushing" or "spraying" out of semen "with force" followed by physical exhaustion/weakness. This type of semen is called as "Maniy" and requires ghusl as well as voids the fast. Other than ejaculation, sexual thoughts and desires lead to &...


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There are differing opinions regarding opinions among the scholars regarding this fact. The correct view is however, that it doesn't invalidate your fast, since it does not fall under the heading of food and drink. According to Shaykh Ibn 'Uthmayeen (May Allah be Pleased with him) , in the case of different opinions, Holy Quran and Sunnah are the reference ...


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Assalamualaikum, 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 (...


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Assalamualaikum, 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 ...


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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.)" (Jami' at-Tirmidhi) It is also permissible to ...


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You have to make up the prayers missed not the fasts unless you broke the fast in which case you have to make up the fasts


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For any fast you miss you just make up the day you missed not 60 days


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14 is the age which fasting is far on children


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No, it's wrong to say Niyah out loud, it's decided by heart. and Allah knows best.


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You cannot fast if you are seriously ill. See for example here. Scolars are completely unanimous on this. Mentally handicapped persons are not requested to fulfil the common duties. See here.


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Avoid these things as much as possible, Allah sees you wherever you hide, and knows your intentions better than anyone.


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If you masturbated while fasting, note that you will have to make up your fasts. Ejaculation & sexual intimacy breaks your fast. As for sinning and needing repentance: Yes. Allah will forgive you. It doesn’t matter how big of a sin is, repent. Don’t underestimate the mercy of Allah. It’s so grand that if you were to deliberately sin, disobey Him, he ...


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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.


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No if it was an accident then your fast is valid. If you swallow the drop of water on purpose your fast was broken


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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."


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Salam aleykoum, What you describe is accidental so you can continue to fast normally. May Allah accept our fasts


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I can’t leave comments yet. I’m not too sure then because I know waking up for suhoor isn’t a must for your fast to be valid but it’s the intention thing that’s confusing me. Maybe someone else can asnwer this better than me, sorry.


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I mean it’s one of the 5 pillars which sets the foundations for a Muslim and if one of those pillars is “broken” then you lose your desire to be a good Muslim. And Allah has blessed us with the month of Ramadan so not fasting is kind of insulting as Allah did not have to give us this blessed month, so we should do our best and fast and pray as much as we can ...


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Note that for the cases you've mentioned the view of different schools of fiqh my deviate from what I found in fatwas. Swallowing lip balm while fasting The view of scholars such as ibn Baz, ibn 'Uthaymeen and ibn Jibreen here is that it is permissible to put creams on your skin or lipstick or lip balm and that it doesn't invalidate your fast nor your wudu'. ...


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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 ...


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No it doesn't break your fast. It is completely natural and infact, it's important to swallow your saliva because if not you might find yourself gasping for air. If it's thick mucus however, you should spit it out, but even that, wouldn't break your fast. "It is haraam to swallow mucus whether one is fasting or not, because it is considered to be dirty ...


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I think the only things that invalidate fasts are eating or drinking and semen emission (wet dreams don’t count). There may be some other things but these are the ones I know of so if anyone knows please feel free to add them. Jazakallah Khair. Also you didn’t drink the blood did you?


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Breaking your fast during the day is haram. However, if you are talking about breaking your fast during the Maghreb Adthan, then I do not think what you're wearing matters. There is not anything I am aware of that makes what you wear matter. I think even pig suits should be fine (unless you eat your pig suit)


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وَعَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ ‏- رضى الله عنه ‏- قَالَ: { جَاءَ رَجُلٌ إِلَى اَلنَّبِيِّ ‏- صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏-فَقَالَ: هَلَكْتُ يَا رَسُولَ اَللَّهِ.‏ قَالَ: " وَمَا أَهْلَكَكَ ? " قَالَ: وَقَعْتُ عَلَى اِمْرَأَتِي فِي رَمَضَانَ، فَقَالَ: " هَلْ تَجِدُ مَا تَعْتِقُ رَقَبَةً? " قَالَ: لَا.‏ قَالَ: " فَهَلْ تَسْتَطِيعُ أَنْ تَصُومَ ...


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Assalm o Alaikum... Ramadan fasts are obligated like Prayers... As you can not skip or delay prayers without a genuine reason... Similarly delaying fasts of Ramadan without a genuine reason is not allowed... So please try to make your fasts in this holy month... Although it is a little bit difficult but the reward after it is much greater.. Jzk


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Assalm o Alaikum.. I want to clear that end of sehri time has no relation with azaan... When the time of sehri ended in your region, it meant that eating and drinking is now prohibited... So if you have done so, you have to revise your fast after Ramadan. Jzk


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Nails aren't even food, no it doesn't break your fast. Reducing this habit however, keep your nails trimmed and short so there's nothing to bite. You can apply bitter-tasting nail polish to your nails (and yes the polish is fine and halal), tell the people around you to remind you to stop biting if they catch you doing it. Also, make sure to wash your hands, ...


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Nail biting does not break one’s fast unless parts of the nails are swallowed deliberately.


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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 ...


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Actually fasting will help you in your exam then not fasting because your fasting even though your having hard time but you fast for the sake of allah therefore not only will allah forgive all of your sins but he will also accept your dua in iftar or while your fasting. There's saying that allah will never leave the dua of a person who fast for the sake of ...


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No. Salvia doesn’t break the fast whatsoever.


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