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Question ID  663  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-08-06 08:00:01
Salam. What is the exact date of Laylat al-Qadr? Are there any specific dates and time? Sukran and Wassalam
Answer:-  Night of 21st or night of 23rd of the Month of Ramadhan every year.

Question ID  660  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-08-05 20:15:02
AsSalamuAlaiqum Jnab I start my journey at night and reach destination(home)in morning but during sahari time I am in journey.Can I make niyat of fast(Roza). With Regards
Answer:-  Yes you can make Niyyat of fasting after your reach your destination if you
reach in the morning till before before Zuhr.
Mohammad al-Musawi

Question ID  650  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-08-03 22:45:01
Assalam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah. Roze ka kaffarah 3/4KG.khane ki Ashya jo nikaali jaati hain uske Mustahaq kaun log hain ? Kiya gaire momin ya kafir ko bhi diya ja sakta hai?
Answer:-  Poor Mo'mineen only are entitled to utilise the food of the Kaffara and
Mohammad al-Musawi
Question ID  648  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-08-02 23:00:01
As per Surat Al Baqarah, whoever is on Travel should fast for equal number of other days, this is because Allah does not intend hardship for his people. In today's modern world travel has become very easy and convenient through aeroplanes and airconditioned vehicles that it does not put one under any hardship, however this is subjective. Having said that if one feels that travel does not cause any hardship and he can observe fast as usual, will his fast be valid. If no, can you please provide the rationale pertinent to the todays context of high speed and luxury modes of transportation. Look forward to your guidance on the above subject.'
Answer:-  In Islam, we have to follow the orders of Allah (SWT) with out any input or
suggestions from us as the Hadeeth says:(=C7=E1=C5=D3=E1=C7=E3 =E5=E6 =C7=
=E1=CA=D3=E1=ED=E3 )(Islam is the
submitting to the will of Allah).
Fasting is not allowed during travelling,any travelling, with out any
condition of being tiring or luxurious travel. Quran is very clear that any
travel means no fasting, and nothing to confine it to tiring travel only.
We follow what Allah (SWT) orders us and we are sure that this is the right
Mohammad al-Musawi

Question ID  645  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-08-02 00:15:03
Does fasting breaks if one vomits during it?
Answer:-  Not at all, vomiting does not invalidate fast, unless it was done

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