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Question ID  3268  -  Fasting (Sawm)
Salam allekum Aga, When I was young and studying in college, I was in a bad society and did not have much knowledge of shria.During the month of ramadhan , I had nightfall before entering into fast but I did not perform Gusl before entering the fast and I did perform gusl after entering into the fast, I was not aware of one has perform gusl & clean oneself before fast starts so in that case my fast will be valid or not? Some time I masturbated before the fast time and I could not take gusl because I did not know that I have to be paak or clean myself to enter into fast and I fasted in najis condition, in such situation my fast will be considered or not .After few years I got muslim environment and I gained some knowledge and I repented for all my sins and ask allah subahantallla for forgiveness. Please reply me in both the above stated conditions.
 
Answer:-  Your fast is valid in both cases, though it is good to keep Qadha of the
fast of those days as precaution.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  3245  -  Fasting (Sawm)
Salam un alike My work place is out of the city and I only work on the weekends which is 2 days a week. Since the holy Month of Ramazan is near What is my option when I travel to work 2 times a week do I have to break my fast on those 2 days or can I keep my fast ?
 
Answer:-  You will be a traveller and no fasting on the traveller. The minimum days
of traveling for work is three days per week, then you pray full and fast,
but since you travel only for two days, you are a traveller who should pray
Qasr and does not fast, but keep the Qadha later on.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  3095  -  Fasting (Sawm)
Bismillahirahmanaraheem, Asalaamualaykum. My marja is Ayatollah Sistani. I intentionally broke some fasts and according to the rulings I have to make up qaza fasts and also pay kaffara. I cannot remember the exact amount of fasts that I broke, how should I estimate the number? If I do not pay the kaffara for the fasts and do not make up the qaza fasts until after the next Ramadan, does the number of qaza fasts and kaffara amount multiply, or does it stay the same? Also, do I still have to pay the kaffara if I was ignorant about the ruling of kaffara during the time I intentionally broke the fasts? In the case of paying the kaffara money, instead of directly feeding the persons, is it allowed to give the kaffara money through an organization? JazakAllah Khair.
 
Answer:-  Q1. I intentionally broke some fasts and according to the rulings I have to
make up qaza fasts and also pay kaffara.

> I cannot remember the exact amount of fasts that I broke, how should I
> estimate the number?
> *A1. If you can not remember the exact number of the days which you did
> not fast, you need to take what ever is in your memory as an estimate, and
> do Qaza and Kaffara.*



> Q2. If I do not pay the kaffara for the fasts and do not make up the qaza
> fasts until after the next Ramadan, does the number of qaza fasts and
> kaffara amount multiply, or does it stay the same?
> *A2. Kaffara will remain the same, but Qaza of last month of Ramadhan must
> be kept before the next month of Ramadhan, otherwise delaying it is
> a sinful act which has another Kaffara of feeding one poor for every
> delayed day.*



> Q3. Also, do I still have to pay the kaffara if I was ignorant about the
> ruling of kaffara during the time I intentionally broke the fasts?
> *A3. Yes you have to pay the Kaffara as far as you knew that the fasting
> is obligatory.*



> Q4. In the case of paying the kaffara money, instead of directly feeding
> the persons, is it allowed to give the kaffara money through an
> organization?
> *A4. Kaffara must be done by feeding sixty poor persons for every day of
> broken fast. You can do it yourself or through any trusted person or
> organization, but the money can not be used in any other purpose except
> feeding sixty poor persons for every day of broken fast. If you give the
> money and feeding was not done, you must pay again to make the feeding.*



> *Wassalam*

*Mohammad Al-Musawi *
 
Question ID  3030  -  Fasting (Sawm)
Salaam, I have some missed fasts due to illness from Ramadan. I am now able to do them. A few days ago I fasted to make up my missed fasts and later found out that was the birthday of the prophet Muhammad as well in which some Muslims fast for he occasion. So my question is, do I use that day to go towards my missed fasts from Ramadan (as I had intended on the day) or do I use it as a non obligatory fast for the occasion. Thanks
 
Answer:-  It is as you intended as Qaza.
Wassalam
 
Question ID  2947  -  Fasting (Sawm)
If one enters janabah state during sleep after fajr time during fasting, does his fast become void? Salam Alaykom.
 
Answer:-  His fast is valid.

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