Ramadan Seeds Of Revival – Does Vomiting Break The Fast

Ibrahim Nuhu

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The speaker discusses the theory that vomiting is related to a fast, but that the fast is actually gone when someone can't control it. The speaker also mentions a Prophet who believes that anyone who accidentally vomits is a liar.

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They

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will vomiting break the fast, okay vomiting is of two types, okay when a person forces himself to vomit, this one break the fast

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when, when a person

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was, I mean,

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I mean when a person when a person couldn't control the vomit, so you are sick and the vomit comes, so You vomited because of that. Your fast is intact. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam says whoever forced himself to vomit, I mean intentionally he vomited, the fast is gone. And whoever

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was overtaken by vomit he couldn't control it. The fast is intact. He doesn't need to make it out.