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Question ID  5217  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2020-03-24 03:15:01
Salam alakium I have read the following on Sistanis website: One who travels for ten days in a month and sixty days in six months, he is considered a frequent traveler. Therefore, he should offer complete prayers and observe fast. I will begin work in mid or last of April and I will therefore be be travelling to my work 5 times a week. Ramadan will come soon and I would therefore want to know if I should travel 10 times to my work before I can fast or should I only have the intention to travel 10 times and therefore observe my fast. I follow Sistani. Salam Wa salam
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb.
Traveling three days in every week for work has the same rule of praying
full and fasting. Your travelling for work is more than three days per
week, so you must pray full and fast.
Question ID  5200  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2020-03-06 21:45:02
Salam If a fasting person coughs or clears their throat from phlegm and every time they do this they could feel liquid in their throats or in the upper area of the throat, next to the mouth, and they intentionally swallow it. But they do not believe it to be water or food, they believe it is a lot of saliva or a mixture of phlegm, because they did not belch or vomit prior to this feeling. Is their fast valid? They also did not feel any actual water in mouth itself. If , when they swallowed, they thought it wasn’t water but after they swallowed they thought maybe it was (as in they doubt if it was water but don’t think so) . Would their fast in this case be invalid too? They follow Sayed Al Sistani. Doesn’t Sayed Sistani mention that swallowing phlegm doesn’t break ones fast? Thank you
Answer:-  The fast is valid.

Question ID  4718  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-05-30 20:30:01
Salam I have read this on Sayyed Siatanis website: If he masturbates without the intention of ejaculating and he does not normally ejaculate, knowing that discharge is probable and it actually happens —he has to do qadha without the penalty. However, if such a person was confident that no discharge would take place and it actually happens — no qadha is required. In all these cases, there is no difference between a man and a woman. I would like to ask if you masturbate without the intention of ejaculating and some liquid comes out but you are not able to tell if it is precum or not. Is my fast then valid? The liquid did not gush out but it leaked and was quite thick. I did not feel relaxation after.
Answer:-  Fast is valid.
Question ID  4712  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-05-29 03:00:01
As salaam alay kum .Can me ,my husband and my kids perform sawm at my mothers place as they stay 180 kms from my city
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb.
Yes, if you intend to remain there for ten days or more.
Or if you where living there and intend to return to live in the future.
Mohammed Al-Musawi
Question ID  4710  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-05-28 04:30:02
If some one break the fast before few minutes from the stated time due to negligence of some other person.Do we have to fast again or is there any Kaffara for such a mistake
Answer:-  There is no Kaffara if you thought that time of Iftar has come then
discovered after breaking the fast that it was not.
Kaffara is obligatory if some one deliberately breaks his fast during the
day of the Month of Ramadhan.
Mohammad Al- Musawi
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