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Question ID  3920  -  Fasting (Sawm)
salaam alaikum I was listening to a speaker on you-tube and he was saying that there are some marajas who have given a fatwa that if the fasts are so long as they are nowadays we can calculate up to 15 or 16 hours from our dawn and than we can break our fast. And similarly we should keep that many hours of fast even if Ramadhan falls in winter. Can we believe this? Thank you
 
Answer:-  This Claim is wrong because it goes against Quran in which the time of
start of fasting is mentioned as Far and end of fasting is start of night.
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Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi



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Question ID  3912  -  Fasting (Sawm)
Salaamu alaikum, I live in a Western European Northern country where I have only 4,5 hours to eat, as iftar starts at 22:07 and imsaak starts at 02:45. I find it hard to put in words how lonely and difficult the experience of Summer Ramadan has been for me in the last few years. Yesterday I took a pre-iftar nap, overslept through my many alarms (I live alone and have no one to wake me up), and missed out on both iftar and sohoor. I woke up extremely thirsty, disappointed, and with a stomach ache that almost made me nauseous. I still planned on fasting, but later in the morning felt light-headed and weak. I knew that if I continued to fast, my next iftar will be after a total of 42 hours of no drinking/eating, so I broke my fast, reluctantly and with a great deal of guilt. I don’t have a job where I can just stay away or take a day off without consequences, and unambitious Muslims have advised to go for a job that’s less demanding and lower on the social ladder, but that’s not an option I want to live with. Did I do right by this? What would be the right thing to do for the next time this happens? I understand I have to pay Kaffara and perform Qadha.
 
Answer:-  Breaking the fast for just hunger or thirst or tiredness is not allowed and you need to seek forgiveness, pay kaffara of feeding sixty poor believers and keep Qadha of that day, but if you broke your fast due to a health issue which prevents you from fasting, then you need to fast for that day later as Qadha.
Fasting is easy for human beings even during the summer, but keep in mind that more suffering brings more reward and Spritual upliftment.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


 
Question ID  3885  -  Fasting (Sawm)
Salaam Alaykum mualana sab, My son is 14 years old and he has been diagnosed with Adhd from a young age. Which means to has to medication. Without the medication his behaviour is very unpredictable. Doctors say his mental age his below his biological age. But physically he showing all signs of puberty. Is he exempt from fasting? JazakAllah
 
Answer:-  If he is able to fast with out harm on his health, he must fast.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi



 
Question ID  3882  -  Fasting (Sawm)
As salamu alaykum seyyid a. Ramadan Kareem. Seyyid I am asthmatic and would like to find out whether the use of an inhaler (ventolin) is permitted during fasting.shukran
 
Answer:-  Yes it is permitted as far as no material will enter your stomach during fasting.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
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Question ID  3857  -  Fasting (Sawm)
While fasting my lips become dry so I hydrate it by using the saliva on my tongue but my tongue comes outside my mouth while trying to hydrating my lips when I take my tongue back inside my mouth do I have to spit the saliva out that was on my tongue? I follow ayatollah sistani
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
You must spit out any material which came on you tongue from outside your
mouth.
Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
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