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Question ID  502  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-05-29 00:45:02
Salaam. I have got 7 more Kaza fasts to keep before this year's Ramadhan. I had every intention of keeping them. However, whenever I have kept one - it has left me very ill the next day to the point where I have been unable to go to work or do household duties. I have also recently found out that I am pregnant. This may be why fasting in these long days was leaving me unwell. I would appreciate any advice. Thank you
Answer:-  If your health does not allow you to keep the remaining Qaza fasts, then giv=
e food for poor persons ( one poor person per day of fast), and keep the Qaz=
a fast later when you are able.
Mohammad al-Musawi=
Question ID  497  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-05-26 14:15:02
Asalamunalikum syed. Hope you're in good health. I am 12 weeks pregnant and Ramadan is approaching. What are my obligation as the fast will last for 15 to 18 hours. Should I fast or am I exempt from fasting or can I complete my fast after pregnancy? Wsalaam
Answer:-  It depends on your health situation, as if your health allows you to fast with out harm on you or the child, you must then fast , but if fasting harms you or the child , then do not fast but , you must keep Qaza fast later on.
Mohammad al-Musawi

Question ID  469  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-07-29 04:15:02
Is it obligatory to come out and pray during de last ten days of ramadan?please
Answer:-  Daily Prayers are obligatory every day and not only during the last ten days of the Month of Ramadhan. The last ten nights of the month of Ramadhan have great importance because Lailatul Qadr is among these nights ( 21st or 23rd night) which is greater than one thousand months. Worshipping Allah (SWT) during Lailatul Qadr is better than worshipping of one thousand months.
Mohammad al-Musawi
Question ID  464  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-05-09 11:15:01
salamwalekum recently I read about the fast of fast with the intention of Amma fithimma,plz can u explain what is this ? n what would be the niyyat of this kind of fast? wassalam
Answer:-  If you doubt that you might have a Qaza fast on you but not sure, then you f=
ast Amma Fiththimma which means to fulfill what ever is your responsibility .=
The Niyyah is Amma Fiththimma Qurbatan ilallah.
Mohammad al-Musawi

Question ID  462  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-05-09 11:45:02
salamwalekum after death of our parent we can fast for their qaza sawm or we give some one ujrat for this as he/she fast for our parent. recently someone told me that if we don't get any one for the same n we also not able to do so then we can pay the kaffara for each SAWM (parent) n it is enough means aftr it there is no need to qada for their SAWM is it true? if not then plz tell the right way walekumassalam
Answer:-  Qaza fast for missing obligatory fasts is obligatory and no Kaffara can replace it. If you do it on behalf of your parents, it is very good, if not then you hire some one to do it.

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