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دوشنبه: 1399/12/11 - (الاثنين:17/رجب/1442)

Fasting by a Traveler

 

1723. A traveler for whom it is obligatory to shorten a four Rak’at prayer to two Rak’ats, should not fast. However, a traveler who offers full prayers, like, a person who is a traveler by profession or whose purpose of the journey is Haraam, should fast while travelling.

1724. There is no harm in travelling during the month of Ramadhan, but travelling to evade fasting is Makrooh.

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Rules Regarding the Qadha Fast

 

1703. If an insane recover from insanity, it will not be obligatory upon him to offer Qadha for the fasts, which he did not observe when he was insane.

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Occasions on which it is Obligatory to give its Qadha Only

 

1697. In following cases, it is obligatory upon a person to observe Qadha fast only and it is not obligatory upon him to give its Kaffarah:

First: If he becomes Junub in the night of Ramadhan and as explained in rule no. 1640 does not wake up from his second sleep till the time of Fajr prayers. However, in the third sleep as per recommended precaution he should give its Kaffarah.

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Kaffarah for the Fast

 

1669. A person on whom it is obligatory to give Kaffarah for the fast of Ramadhan:

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Instances where Qadha and Kaffarah are Obligatory

 

1667.  If a person who is fasting in the month of Ramadhan becomes Junub (enters the state of Janabat) at night, and according to the details mentioned in the rule no. 1640 wakes up and sleeps again until Adhan for Fajr prayers or if he wakes up, and

 

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Things, which are Makrooh for a Person Observing Fast

 

1666. Certain things are Makrooh for a person observing fast, some of them are as follows:

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Rules Regarding Things, which Invalidate a Fast

 

1662. If a person intentionally and voluntarily commits an act, which invalidates fast, his fast becomes void, but if he does not commit such an act intentionally, there is no objection in it. However, if a person in Janabat sleeps and the details which are mentioned in the rule no. 1640, does not do Ghusl till the Adhan for Fajr prayers, his fast will become void.

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IX. Vomiting

 

1655. If a fasting person intentionally vomits, his fast becomes void, though he may have been obliged to do so on account of sickness. However, if one vomits forgetfully or involuntarily, there is no objection in it.

1656. If a person eats something at night knowing that it will involuntarily cause vomiting during the daytime, as per recommended precaution, he should give the Qadha of that fast.

 

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VIII. Enema

 

1654. If a fasting person takes liquid enema, even if he is obliged to take it for the sake of treatment, his fast becomes void.

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VII. Remaining in Janabat or Hayz or Nifas till Adhaan for Fajr Prayer

 

1628. If a person in Janabat does not take Ghusl intentionally, until the time of Adhaan for Fajr prayers, or if he is obliged to perform Tayammum and if he intentionally avoids it, if his fast is of the month of Ramadhan or in its Qadha his

 

fast will become void. Moreover, in other fasting, it is recommended that one should not remain in the condition of Janabat until Fajr.

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