Fasting Issues and their Islamic Solutions
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Fasting Issues and their Islamic Solutions

Fasting Issues and their Islamic Solutions

Misunderstandings in fasting issues and their solution
Eleven misconceptions about fasting that have no basis in reality 

Introduction of Fasting

Fasting is that the willful refrainment from eating and drinking. during a physiological context, fasting may ask the metabolic status of an individual who has not eaten overnight, or to the metabolic state achieved after complete digestion and absorption of a meal. Several metabolic adjustments occur during fasting.


 The first misunderstanding:

  Vomiting breaks the fast The correct problem is that no matter how much you vomit or vomit on your own, the fast is not broken.

 The second misunderstanding:

  It is also known that if one falls asleep while fasting, the fast is broken The correct problem is that fasting does not break the fast.

The third misunderstanding:

  Some people think that if ghusl is obligatory at night, then after the start of the fast, they will pour water in the nose or throat only at the time of breaking the fast. The correct issue is that if ghusl is obligatory before the start of the fast or if one falls asleep during the fast, then all the duties of ghusl will be performed while fasting Ghusl will be performed and there will be no prayers. Remember that if you are fasting, you will not gargle. I am not allowed to inhale water.

 The fourth misunderstanding:

  Some people think that it is not possible to chew while fasting The correct problem is that the toothbrush can be used, but toothpaste and toothpaste cannot be used. Care should be taken in the toothbrush so that the fibers do not get into the throat.

 Fifth misunderstanding 

 Some people do not think it is right to apply oil, perfume and hair under the navel during fasting The correct issue is that these acts are permissible while fasting. Applying kohl will not break the fast. However, the rule of mascara is not to apply mascara. Kajal should be avoided. 

 Sixth misunderstanding:

 Some people think that if you do not open your eyes at dawn and miss the dawn meal, you will not fast. The correct issue is that it is not a condition for breaking the fast in the morning, but it is still permissible to make the intention at night or before the fall, but two things should be kept in mind. Do not do things such as eating and drinking, etc. The second is to make the intention that I have been fasting since the time of breaking the fast.

 Seventh misunderstanding:

 Some people think that fasting can have an effect on bleeding or getting a blood test due to injury etc. The correct problem is that the fast is broken by something going into the stomach or into the brain. Nothing breaks when it comes out of the body. 

The eighth misunderstanding:

 Some people think that injecting in the fast will break the fast The correct problem is that if this thinking is due to following the scholars who have this position, then it is correct. However, according to the strong and convincing arguments, injecting does not break the fast.

 Ninth misunderstanding:

  Some people think that as long as the call to prayer continues, one can continue to eat and drink at dawn. The correct problem is that when the time for Suhoor ends, the time for Fajr Adhan and Fajr prayers begins. Not at all.

   Tenth misunderstanding:

Some people think that swallowing saliva or mucus will break the fast or be makrooh, so they spit again and again. The correct problem is that swallowing saliva and mucus as long as it is in the mouth will not break the fast

 Eleventh misunderstanding:

  Some people think that sniffing perfume breaks the fast The correct problem is that smelling a liquid perfume, that is, in a liquid state, or smelling a solid perfume, does not break the fast. The smoke is taken in such a way that if the smoke is inhaled through the nose or throat, the fast will be broken.

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