Channel: Muiz Bukhary
In the first place can a diabetic could be exempted from fasting during the month of Ramadan. Now, this needs to be determined by consulting a trustworthy doctor or physician. So, it is upon an individual who is suffering from diabetes to consult a trustworthy doctor or physician and find out as to whether it would be safe to fast during the month of Ramadan. Now, if it is deemed as being harmful for this individual to fast during the month of Ramadan, then this individual will not have to fast the month of Ramadan and all he or she has to do is to feed one per person for each day of the month of Ramadan. So, in terms of how this is applied, after every single day, during the month
of Ramadan, you have the choice to feed a poor person a meal, or as per the teachings of the for animals. So now, you may give out a certain measurement of the staple food of the locality that you live in. So in terms of rice, you will have to give out 1.5 to two kilograms of rice for each day of the month of Ramadan. So you can go about doing this on a daily basis. After the day has ended. You can give out like I said a meal to a poor person or 1.5 to two kilograms of rice to a poor person. Or you can wait to the end of the month of Ramadan and feed 30 poor people all in one go or give out 45 to 50 kilograms of rice and it's safer to be, you know, to be giving out a little more just to be
on the safe side to poor people in terms of expiation, and a symptomatic or the long one towards the latter stages of his life due to senility and old age he was not able to fast. So what he would do is after the month of Ramadan, he would invite 30 poor people over to his residence and he would feed 30 poor people all in one go, thereby offering his expiation in terms of the month of Ramadan. Now, if it is deemed as being safe for the individual to fast during the month of Ramadan, then note that insulin injections do not invalidate do not break ones fast. In terms of injections, injections that administer nutrition to one's body break the fast. But as for insulin injections, and other
injections similar to incident if they administer medicine into the body and not nutrition.
the opinion of modern and contemporary scholars is that these injections that administer medicine into one's body do not break the fast do not invalidate the fast. So once again in terms of administering the injections and if you are going too fast it is best to take your doctor's advice in this regard in terms of when and how you're supposed to administer the injections, inshallah Allah so with that we conclude we say that Allah knows best does that