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Ramadhan 6 (ov)

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Source of the presentation “RAMADHAAN As observed by the Prophet Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam” A Summarized version of the book Sifah Saum an-Nabee By, Shaikh Saleem al-Hilaalee & Shaikh ‘Alee Hasan al-Halabee

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Ramadhan 6 (ov)

  1. 1. THOSE EXEMPTED FROM FASTINGTHOSE EXEMPTED FROM FASTING The TravellerThe Traveller Allaah the Almighty said,Allaah the Almighty said, ““And whoever is ill or on a journey, the same number [of days whichAnd whoever is ill or on a journey, the same number [of days which one did not observe Saum (fasts) must be made up]one did not observe Saum (fasts) must be made up] from other days.”from other days.” Al-Qur’aan 2:185 From thisFrom this aayah (verse) we know that it isaayah (verse) we know that it is permissible for the travellerpermissible for the traveller to leave theto leave the fast. Anas Ibn Maalikfast. Anas Ibn Maalik radhiallaahu ‘anhu said,radhiallaahu ‘anhu said, ““I travelled along with Allaah’sI travelled along with Allaah’s Messenger sallallaahu ‘alaihi waMessenger sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam insallam in Ramadhaan, and the fasting person would not criticize theRamadhaan, and the fasting person would not criticize the one not fasting, nor the one not fasting criticize the fastingone not fasting, nor the one not fasting criticize the fasting person.”person.” Bukhaaree # 1947
  2. 2. These Ahaadeeth shows that one has a choice to either fastThese Ahaadeeth shows that one has a choice to either fast while travelling orwhile travelling or leave the fast.leave the fast. However, it is better thatHowever, it is better that one leaves it due to the Hadeeth where the Prophetone leaves it due to the Hadeeth where the Prophet sallallaahusallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said,‘alaihi wa sallam said, ““Indeed Allaah loves to give allowances, just as He loves toIndeed Allaah loves to give allowances, just as He loves to give His obligations.”give His obligations.” Ibn Hibbaan # 354 Abu Sa’eed al-KhudreeAbu Sa’eed al-Khudree radhiallaahu ‘anhu said,radhiallaahu ‘anhu said, ““And (the Companions of ProphetAnd (the Companions of Prophet Muhammad sallallaahuMuhammad sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) used to‘alaihi wa sallam) used to hold that one who had thehold that one who had the strength and fasted – then that was good, and that he whostrength and fasted – then that was good, and that he who was weak and refrained from fasting - then that was good.”was weak and refrained from fasting - then that was good.” Tirmidhee # 713
  3. 3. And this ease that has been granted to the traveller is applicableAnd this ease that has been granted to the traveller is applicable till the Day of Judgment irrespective of how comfortable one’still the Day of Judgment irrespective of how comfortable one’s journey is nowadays. The person who criticizes the one whojourney is nowadays. The person who criticizes the one who leaves the fast while on journey is in fact criticizing theleaves the fast while on journey is in fact criticizing the allowance given by Allaah Himself.allowance given by Allaah Himself. Thus, if fasting on a journey produces hardship for theThus, if fasting on a journey produces hardship for the believer, then it is not from righteousness, rather it isbeliever, then it is not from righteousness, rather it is better and more beloved to Allaah that he breaks his fast.better and more beloved to Allaah that he breaks his fast. The ProphetThe Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said,sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said, ““It is not righteousness that you fast on aIt is not righteousness that you fast on a journey.”journey.” Bukhaaree # 1946
  4. 4. The IllThe Ill RRefrain from fasting as a mercy from Him,efrain from fasting as a mercy from Him, and a convenience. The illness which allows aand a convenience. The illness which allows a person to break his fast is that which will, ifperson to break his fast is that which will, if he fasts, cause harm to him, increase inhe fasts, cause harm to him, increase in severity, or be prolonged by it – and Allaahseverity, or be prolonged by it – and Allaah knows best. See Al-Qur’aanknows best. See Al-Qur’aan 2:185.2:185. The missed fasts should be made up later.The missed fasts should be made up later.
  5. 5. Menstruating women and womenMenstruating women and women having post-natal bleedinghaving post-natal bleeding MMenstruating women and women havingenstruating women and women having post-natal bleeding are not allowed to fastpost-natal bleeding are not allowed to fast and it is obligatory to recompense byand it is obligatory to recompense by making up for the days later on.making up for the days later on. Muslim # 79, 80
  6. 6. The frail elderly man and womanThe frail elderly man and woman Anas Ibn Maalik radhiallaahu ‘anhu became tooAnas Ibn Maalik radhiallaahu ‘anhu became too weak oneweak one particular year, so he prepared a large dish of Thareedparticular year, so he prepared a large dish of Thareed ((A broth of crumbled meat and bread) and invited thirty poor people whoand invited thirty poor people who came and ate their fill.came and ate their fill. Daaraqutnee # 2/207 IIbn ‘Abbaas radhiallaahu ‘anhumaa recited the verse,bn ‘Abbaas radhiallaahu ‘anhumaa recited the verse, ““And as for those who can fast (with difficulty) theyAnd as for those who can fast (with difficulty) they have (a choice either to fast or) to feed a poor personhave (a choice either to fast or) to feed a poor person (for every day).”(for every day).” Al-Qur’aan 2:185 and said,and said, “It is the old man“It is the old man who is unable to fast so he refrains from fasting andwho is unable to fast so he refrains from fasting and instead feeds a poor person with half a Saa’ of wheat.”instead feeds a poor person with half a Saa’ of wheat.” Bukhaaree # 4505
  7. 7. The pregnant and theThe pregnant and the breast-feedingbreast-feedingwomanwoman IIf such women fear for their or their child’s life andf such women fear for their or their child’s life and health, then they can leave the fast and for every missedhealth, then they can leave the fast and for every missed fast, they should feed one poor person and they are notfast, they should feed one poor person and they are not requiredrequirede,e, to recompense for the missed fast. Once Ibnto recompense for the missed fast. Once Ibn ‘Umar’s wife‘Umar’s wife radhiallaahu ‘anhumaa asked himradhiallaahu ‘anhumaa asked him about this,about this, so he replied,so he replied, ‘‘You leave the fast, and for every day missed feedYou leave the fast, and for every day missed feed one poor person and there is no recompense dueone poor person and there is no recompense due on you.’on you.’ Daaraqutnee # 1/207
  8. 8. BREAKING THE FASTBREAKING THE FAST ((IFTAAR)IFTAAR) Insha'Allah to be continued…….!Insha'Allah to be continued…….! O Allah make us one of those who understood and practiced Your Religion as of those whom You have bestowed Your Grace, not of those who earned Your Anger Presentation made by www.sarandibmuslims.com For question or comment pls. contact info@sarandibmuslims.com

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