For that reason in Ramadan, even if you do not Fast, there is no problem

For that reason in Ramadan, even if you do not fast, there is no problem. The reasons why the Prophet (peace be upon him) used to break the fast. It is obligatory to fast in Ramadan. There are clear instructions in the Holy Qur'an and Hadith. This guide is for every adult man and woman. However, there are some issues that prevent you from fasting during the month of Ramadan.

In the light of the Qur'an and Hadith, Islamic scholars have described it as follows: 

1) If you do not have the strength to fast due to illness or if there is a risk of increasing the disease. (Will work later).

In this regard, it has been said in the Qur'an that whoever gets the month of Ramadan, he should observe fasting. And the person who is sick or on a journey should collect it at another time. [Surah al-Baqarah: 185]

2) If a pregnant woman is worried about her life or the life of her child if she fasts.

3) A woman who breastfeeds her own or another's child, if she thinks that the child will suffer if she fasts, then she can work later without fasting.

4) The Sharjih traveler (who has traveled at least 48 miles) is allowed not to fast. However, it is better to fast if there is no trouble. Of course, it is better not to fast if it hurts oneself or one's companions.

5) If he starts the journey by fasting, then it is necessary to complete that fast. And if you eat and go home from the tour, then it is better to give a bed of food and drink for the rest of the day. And if there is time to make the intention of fasting even after reaching home after not eating, then the intention of fasting will be taken. The matter is clear from the context of this statement of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). That is, on a journey, the Prophet (peace be upon him) saw a crowd of people in one place and asked why. One is being served in the shade. Asked about him, he found out that the man was tired of fasting. Then he said, it is not a good deed to fast on a journey. On another visit, some of the Companions fasted, while others did not. When they stopped at one place, the fasting people got tired. And those who did not fast did all the work of handling the tented vehicles. Then the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, the people who did not fast achieved all the virtues. The month of Ramadan in the second Hijri is one of the most important battles in the history of the world known as the Battle of Badr. In the context of the battle described by the Companions, we left fasting. As we approached the enemy, the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, ordered us not to fast. He himself did not fast.

Regarding another jihad, the Companions said, "We left after fasting." At the end of a few days, some of us became exhausted. When this news reached the Messenger of Allah, he broke his fast and ordered everyone to break their fast. Even then, some wanted to end the day.

The Prophet (peace be upon him) expressed his displeasure. In general, it is permissible not to fast during the visit. But if no one is in trouble, then it is better to fast. And if there is a possibility that the purpose of the visit will be disrupted due to fasting, then it is better not to fast. These fasts have to be realized later. But even if it is allowed not to fast, the dignity of the month of Ramadan must be protected. For this, it is not necessary to eat and drink in public, but it should be done in secret. Even if this command breaks the fast for any reason. In that case too, the rest of the day should be spent like fasting.


6) If someone threatens to kill someone if he fasts or forces him not to fast in any way, then you can do it later without fasting.

7) If the hunger or thirst is so great that a religious doctor fears the death of an experienced doctor, then the fast will be broken. But you have to work later.

8) Women should not fast during the menstrual period or during the period of illness after childbirth. But you have to work later.

What we do in the month of Ramadan If we don't feel well, we don't fast. This is very sad. Surely Allah knows all cunning. Note that those who are allowed to break the fast should observe the honor of Ramadan without eating anything in public.

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