Book of Fasting – Episode 03 – Doubtful Matters

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Doubtful Matters – Hijama, Vomiting, Travelling & Illness

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For Xen in the month of Ramadan, those who are rewarded with success and forgiveness.

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Today we're going to cover the last class of, say, of the book of fasting from saleable hearty followership read the questions, please.

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Question number one does vomiting break the fast?

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Why is there a difference of opinion about the JAMA company while fasting?

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Is it permissible to donate blood while fasting is a detailed answer? Is it best to break your fast while traveling? Give a detailed answer. Can one with a chronic illness that does not allow them to fast feed 30 people at one time? Can they do that at the beginning of Ramadan?

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That last question. Anybody ready to answer that?

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All right.

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Yeah.

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Sharla you change your pain by the end of the night.

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All right.

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Which part is permissible? both

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questions up there which one is permissible? Both of them.

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The first part I will see was inshallah hora. I'm glad I'm glad you're very confident in the answer.

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All right. smilla

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for the Quran

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Chapter 30 to come.

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All right, so here we have a picture of someone being corrupted, we're gonna watch very quickly, just

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Can you see that?

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You don't need to hear you just need to kind of watch. Maybe hearing would be nice, but

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it's right now they show you how to put the cups on a person's back for example, it could be anywhere.

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So So how many cups do you see there?

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For those four cups. And so what's happening is as you can see, the device that they're putting on there, they they're containing the area first and then they're sucking up the skin actually is what's happening so they're creating like a suction cup, right? Anybody have a cup before?

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Okay, Mashallah. Quite a few. Okay.

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Apparently saying something about the Olympics, I think a few years back, something happened where cupping was kind of popular, okay, so you can see here now as they leave the device on for a period of time.

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So the skin is coming up, but also he can feel other things he's saying like new as the blood is moving because the blood is being kept up as well.

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So you leave it on for about 20 minutes or so.

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Okay, and then what's happening is what you'll see them start making these little

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with with the razor they start making very small piercing of the skin. All right, they're not actually cutting deep. It's very small

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incisions data.

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So almost done. Okay. So they're not showing that part. But basically, you could see where the rings were right. Once they identify the area where they've sucked. Then they begin to make those little incisions and then they suck it again and that's when the what they call a diamond facet, which is

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the unwanted blood at that point. The blood that doesn't, that is not actually you know, it's usually very thick.

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The color is a lot

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Different than the normal blood that we run out. So it's kind of getting rid of that part of that blood from your body.

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That particular area. Alright, so the idea is inevitable heartiest, saying what? cupping this kind of hijama and vomiting while fasting, what's the ruling? Was Bacardi say that the ruling is?

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No, no. Just Bacardi and those steps just from what you see right here.

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Exactly, exactly. There's no ruling and that's his whole point on certain things because he doesn't want to give you a ruling right away. He wants to just show you that there's something that there's an opinion about this particular issue. It just so happens that especially with cupping is huge difference of opinion on whether cupping breaks the fast Alright, so here if we get to and then vomiting so and that's because there's also a lot of, or some detail that goes into vomiting. You can't just say that vomiting break someone's fast or that it doesn't break. Someone's fast All right. All right. Sorry.

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Okay.

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when your loved one whom

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maybe you saw lovely,

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even better said the problem was cut while he was fasting.

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Sure about color similar to saboten. Granny, yes. nsmb madikeri Allahu anhu. According to him took Rahul and a gentleman who saw him all of that lamb in the bath. Was that a Shiva?

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And I think it'd be useful.

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Shortly related from cemetery, banana nsmb, Malik was asked, Do you just like cupping for someone fasting? He answered No, except if it will cause weakness. Shabaab added sure I said this was during the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu. Okay, so here, what we have is the hadith of women I best love the Allahu taala in Houma, where he says that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was cut while he was fasting. Okay. So this would this would give us the indication that it is permissible for one to cut be cut while fasting. And if it actually broke the person's fast that there will be some indication of that in the Hadeeth. Okay.

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Are we clear so far?

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So, is it permissible and not permissible?

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Okay, it's permissible, doesn't break the fast? No. Okay. So according to this, Heidi, is no, we're not getting any indication from this particular Heidi, that it breaks too fast. play in the next Heidi.

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We have with Abbott, one of the one of the tabbing, and the companions of human,

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medical, the alongside and who he asked him, did you all come from Tech Corona, and then they add certain areas at our identity, saliva or something. So during the time of the Prophet it is SelectUSA name, which is an important addition.

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And why do you think that's an important addition?

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Right, right, because if this was something that was done, around the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA name, or this was an opinion, that was prevalent in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallaahu. Selim, then it holds a lot more weight than something that was done after the death of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was saying, and that is because it is assumed that with the,

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with the presence of the Prophet, it is selected with sin, that there will be revelation about this particular topic, had it been something that was against Islam, right. So as it was being asked, Did you dislike the cupping? Or did you all and see that that doesn't come out? Exactly in the translation? According to Corona, did you all use to dislike cupping for someone who was fasting? And he said, No, except if it will cause weakness, okay. And that's because depending on when a person gets cut,

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so for example, if a person if mother is at eight o'clock and the person is getting cut at 730

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do you think is gonna cause him a lot of weakness and make the day difficult to fast and no, it's very little time left, okay.

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As opposed to somebody getting cupped, early in the day might make a difference. Where are they getting cupped on a body? How much are they getting cup that somebody might get 20 cups on them, as opposed to somebody who's getting too Right. So as

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saying No, we didn't use the net perahu, which is dislike it?

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Except if it would cause weakness. All right. So this seems to be a clear indication also, that it's not only is it permissible, but it does not break the fast. All right.

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Now, all of that

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is one way to look at things. And then we have another Hadith

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which seems to be quite contradictory to this one. And that is the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of para el Hadji mo Well, makhdoom

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the one who is copying me, the one who was performing the cupping, and the one who has been cut, have broken their fast.

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All right.

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And that had teeth. Though it is not in Bukhari and Muslim it is deemed to be an authentic hadith according to the scholars of Hadith.

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Okay, so how do we deal with those two Hadeeth?

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Those two sets, if you will?

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Anybody.

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So

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maybe one came before the other.

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Right. So in order to say that though, we would have to know what chronology we would have to have something that indicates that one of these hobbies was before the other. Okay. Now,

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I'm only mentioned this because there's a lot of talk about this for us, for most people, you're not getting cupped here, that's not like a common thing. And so we don't have too much to worry about when it comes to that. But what about something that's very similar to cupping, which is donating blood, which is not uncommon, okay, but we talking about the same kind of process. Not that should be when you donate blood that should be a cup but you're losing a lot of blood from your body, and it can cause you weakness, as anybody who's donated blood knows that you know, it can make you fit, not not necessarily dizzy that you're going to faint but you may feel like you need to eat or drink

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after you've donated blood at least you know for a certain period of time.

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So knowing this ruling is quite important because then we need to know about donating blood now let me get out the way right away that blood samples so for example, you need to go just give a little tube or something like that that doesn't that doesn't break too fast. And that doesn't come under the same ruling it's not like a hegemon because you're not you're not losing a whole lot of blood like when you go for when the doctor says we need a blood sample to check certain thing that that's not going to break the fast All right.

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But yes

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are you talking about for like dialysis?

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I'm not I'm not sure what that process looks like. But if there are any additives that you know put in the blood, nutrients and so on and so forth.

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No, not necessarily like iron because iron is not a nutrient that someone can live off of.

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But the like in the in the case of dialysis for example, because I'm not I'm not sure about that particular situation, but I am of the opinion that dialysis breaks too fast and that's the opinion of many of the contemporary scholars. As for other types of blood transfusion, I'm not sure

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so why is it blood?

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So it's so it's a blood donation or so you're donating blood? So it's the same ruling so we're about to get to that inshallah. So we're gonna get today. Yes.

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Yeah.

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What, what's in the two?

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Usually, what about 10 milliliters or something like that? So it's not really it's not considered to be like a hegemon terms that a ruler, Lost Planet Allah knows best. Alright, so but to get back to this issue, which is, does the hijama

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break the fast the majority of the scholars of Islam, the Hanafi, MADI, kiya and the shafia. That is the handle

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He's the medic, he's in the Chevy's. They say that he Jemma does not break the fast

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and they say that that other Hadeeth f sobre el Hadji mobile majome that the one who has the one who is performing the cupping and the one who is being cut have broken the fast they say that that Hadith came before these other evidences where the prophesy son of himself performed or got cut while he was fasting and this type of statement from NSR the body alongside animal and they mentioned from that they mentioned for the approval of that ahaadeeth or a statement of Abu say the hoodie or is actually howdy website the hoodie Robbie Allahu anhu with the with the authentic chain of narrations where he says was an abuse of law it was Salim filler he Jan Matina saw him,

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that the province of light it was selam gave the concession for a fasting person to be cooked. And it concession comes after a what

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a prohibition or an undisturbed prohibition, even if even if there was no explicit prohibition, but there was a prohibition that may have been understood then they will call it a Lhasa. roxa means a concession concessions are made after something was impermissible. And so they're saying that this is clear proof because of the language that he used. When he said la casa, the prompts I sent him gave a concession that that is a clear indication that the I had to deal with the any of the I had to deal with a prohibition of cupping while fasting or that it breaks the fast that that was prior to. All right. Now, the other side comes back, and they make their own arguments. And if no Chi and

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Rahim are allowed to add it was one of the ones that made the strongest argument to say that this hadith doesn't indicate that it that the cupping breaks too fast. So you want to hear his arguments, and he wants to move on

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to here. Okay, so he says number one, as I said, I was cut while he was fasting, how do we know that the problem wasn't traveling. And if he was traveling, then it's permissible to break his fast. And so he was cut and he broke his fast and will claim says how do we know that the prostate cell wasn't sick. In fact, there's some narrations that indicate the same ad that he was sick. And so if Why does a person get cut most of the time, because they suffer from some kind of illness, or they feel sick or whatever like that. So prostate cell was sick, and therefore he was cut, and he broke this fast. And it was permissible for him to break his fast because he was fast.

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thing, this happened outside of Ramadan. So the promise I sent him was fasting a voluntary fast. And when you voluntary fast, you can go back you fast and nobody can stop. You see, you see his arguments all have received to me

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why he was fasting,

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fasting on a Monday and in Russia.

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Not Ramadan. So he could break his fast.

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So this is this is some of what it meant. Okay, and Rahim Allah tala mentioned, all of which don't seem to be as strong as the other argument. None of which seem to be as strong as the other argument. And if you actually look at

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many of the other Amazon, like some of the tabbing. They said, We used to do hegemon in the house of Ayesha and Ramadan, she say nothing. So if that was the case, if they were going to Jama

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in Asia, or the low talent and his house or in her presence, and she didn't say anything, then we would we would have to say, Oh, well, she didn't know this hadith either. Even though this seems to be an issue that was pretty much you know, common amongst the amongst the companions. So Allah spirit Allah knows best. What we will say is as normal and I'm surprised I must have erased something here because there's a part where Bacardi mentions is that there

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is

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the translation from what I remember and I could I could be mistaken. I thought, I thought that he mentioned that the beginning of the bat at the beginning of the chapter.

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I thought that he mentioned that

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it would oh my god alongside and who Matt started doing his cupping at nighttime in Ramadan, and others from mostly campaigns but I could be wrong.

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It is He read it.

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in Oman.

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Observing songs with ladies he abandoned it.

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Later, he abandoned

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and began to cup at night. Okay, so even with that that's not an indication that he left it because it was Haram. But he left it because it's better to leave it. What Why is it better?

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Because we have a general principle and his thing I want us to I want us to get this down once I understand as well, as

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Mr. Hebb, and as a general rule, to leave off differing of opinions is recommended. It's Mr. Hebb. you're rewarded for that. What do we mean when we say leaving off he left? Meaning that when there is an issue that is strong difference of opinion about and it's easy for you to just not do

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that just don't do it? Right. So in this case, you could say to me, Oh, my God, allow him not because he believed that it breaks his fast, but because he doesn't want to be involved in a situation that you know, that what is what is dispute? Right? Because there does seem to be that amongst the Sahaba themselves. They weren't all exactly on the same page, when it comes to this particular issue. So if a person basically, and this is the the Fetzer of some of some of our Misha Medina, is that if a person comes to them, and they say, Listen, I got a Jama done yesterday, two days ago,

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I donated blood two days ago.

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Is my fast broken,

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that I have to make up that day? The answer is no. You don't have to make up that day.

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Somebody says tomorrow I was gonna donate blood.

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And it's Ramadan. Tomorrow, I was gonna say now, hold off until until after Mother's Day, and then donate.

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Okay, hold off until I have to Muslim and then get the hegemon performed You understand? Not because it necessarily breaks the fast but because we like to stay away from those things which may be considered gray areas, or matters of dispute.

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All right. Clear on it. Okay, now

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here's where it gets more interesting.

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Says cuffing in

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vomiting and fasting is there hiding specifically about vomiting

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check read the beginning of the chapter please. Copy

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vomiting

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keep going keep going.

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For why

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why in pharmacy expel something?

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Yeah, I'm I'm at a loss. I don't know where all these slides went.

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Seriously. I must have

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spent a lot when transferring stuff but this part is important. That's the statement of my best right.

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What do you say?

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My Best Buy let me let me read to you. Let me read to you because I do have a here and I've been unhappy with any So Ben sent me I bet

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he's a car fella. You have to

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do Wallah you village. You

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have to well.

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So here what he's saying is that, so I will hack him.

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oriental hacking with Oban heard ever heard about the low tide and who say if someone vomits, he does not break his fast. He is expelling something. And he is not. He is not

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ingesting anything. He is expelling something he is not ingesting anything. And then Buhari says and that and the opposite has also been narrated on Apple. Hooray that that is that it What? That it breaks the fast he says well, oh well.

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But the first narration is more authentic. It's sounder. Okay. Mac the first opinion the first narration

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Okay, let's be clear on that.

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He's not saying that the first opinion is more sound, he's saying that the first narration on abulhool a lot of the low tide and was more sound and therefore that is the correct opinion of Abu hurayrah. He goes on to say we'll call him my best and we're at crema assawoman mad de holla while a salmon Maha Raja

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fasting Hmm. is from what enters your body, not from what exits. Okay? Which to use that general principle would also be a very strong

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Strong proof against the JAMA breaking the fast because he Jama is what exits yes blood going out not blood coming in. Well cannabinol Amato the alum Ryan who may tell you more or saw him through Metallica, even Omar used to have he Jama performed while he was fasting. Okay, but then he left that

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for Kenya to move the lady Moosa Laila. He said and so then he started performing his hijama at nighttime and Abu Musa also performed hijama at night. Well, you've caught inside in any given that'd be what cost is also mentioned that side of me will cost and say you'd have an outcome. And I'm selama radi Allahu tada and home a tacha Mu CMN that they had they were cooked while they were fasting. Okay.

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We'll call it okay in anime, Comic Con and

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Asia for Latin.

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oma, I will come and Africa Her name is.

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Pamela. Anyway, she says that we used to perform or have a Jama performed with in the presence of admission and she didn't prevent us, you know, to the end of it. Okay.

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Anything else? Now, what's interesting here is that throughout this whole

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throughout this whole chapter about cupping, and vomiting, Buhari doesn't mention one, Heidi's about vomiting.

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Okay.

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All he mentions is the statement of Abu hurayrah or the low tide? No. So what is the correct opinion about vomiting to make a very quick shala there's another several other studies on the topic. The clearest of them is the statement of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Whoever is overcome by vomiting

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than it does not break his fast woman is the color and the person who seeks to make himself vomit, intentional, unintentional vomiting, that is you've done something like stick your finger in your throat or something like that, then that does break the fast. Alright. So that seems to be the correct opinion. My particular issue a person, if, if they do vomit,

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then it does not necessarily break the fast.

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However, they may need to break their fast because of an illness, and he is sick. And continuing that fast would be harmful to their health. And so therefore, in that case, they break their fast and then they make up the fast after a month of Ramadan type. Are we clear on vomiting and hey, Gemma Bismillah next.

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Okay, so here, how many chapters are we about to cover?

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633 to 38 Yeah, that's, that's sick. That's six chapters, all of them deal with one topic, which is fasting while traveling. All right. And it's important because

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with the way that the world is right now, people travel a whole lot. Okay. And so I think perhaps before we get too far, lost into the issue of fasting while traveling. What is traveling

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when you leave your town, okay, so right now, Tama

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let the brother Alright, so right now, we're in Philadelphia.

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If you go to the Camden aquarium, okay. Then you have left town. Correct. Okay, is that travel?

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By no stretch of the imagination?

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Is that traveling? And if anybody says you know what, man?

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at the break my fast today I'm traveling, where are you going? Going to Canada

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is gonna take about 12 minutes or

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so. But no, no, you cannot. You cannot. If you go to Camden aquarium, you cannot combine your Salawat you can't shorten your prayers. You're not a traveler by any lesson, not in a slam.

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Mat with the Philadelphia Kufa

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not with the Camden Kufa when nobody else you're not a traveler. Alright, so let's keep it but I'm glad this comes up. That's why that's why I'm I'm bringing it up. Yes, go ahead.

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Custom of the people is, is definitely taken into consideration for what you could say is minimum amount of travel. Okay?

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So, the profit out of the salon through Sudan, there seems to be the correct opinion. The prophet SAW Selim prohibited a, a woman from fasting from traveling a distance of a day and a night without a Maha, right. So the distance of a day and a night is considered to be travel.

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And the distance of the day in the night, the time of the Prophet is allowed to sit down, and when that was mentioned, was equivalent to 48 miles an hour miles, okay, around here, 4850 miles. And so anything over 50 miles is considered to be travel.

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That doesn't mean that things within 50 miles are necessarily not travel. And this is where it goes back.

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Welcome, Philadelphia, for all of you came from afar.

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It doesn't necessarily mean that things within 50 miles radius are not travel. But again, that will go back to two custom of the people. Okay.

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Which part?

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Right? Well, because it depends, you might be you might be in a certain place where something might be 40 miles away, but the people consider that in that area. If you went to that place, who would say that he traveled today? And they mean traveled? All right. Yes.

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That's that's without a doubt travel. That's travel, as travel because it's, it's well over 50 miles? And because everybody here would consider that to be true.

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He said to here?

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No, no, because because the issue is not time number one. And number two, you're in the same city, in the same city. So.

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So for example, we

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have the best, right? If you started point A, you go around a ring road, the body will

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tell you back around even go about 50 miles doesn't mean you haven't traveled because you're still in the same city. Yes.

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Cannot minutes without a mouse. And so the distance is not going to be that. That much difference. Yes.

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Yeah. Lennox cities travel. No doubt about it.

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LA City Israel? Yes.

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No, there's no difference between traveling for business and traveling for pleasure, when it comes down to your ability to take the concessions that are Lost Planet Allah has given to a traveler.

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However, in the month of Ramadan, if a person travels simply with the intention of breaking their fast, then that's not permissible. They don't have any business then I mean, what I mean by business, they have no reason at the traveling other than the fact that they want a concession to break the fast and as hard as they can not break the fast. So let me just wrap this up. So let's just say for example,

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now, I want you to I want you all to follow me, let's say right now you're traveling from Philadelphia to Atlantic City, okay. And we consider it to be travel. The minute that you get outside of Philadelphia, you can now take the rulings of a traveler. So if on your way to Atlantic City, you're stopping at Camden aquarium,

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you can at the Camden aquarium. You can combine your salons, you can shorten your salon. Okay? Because Because you your intention is to go were to Atlantic City and you are a traveler from the minute you get in your car and you get outside of the buildings of your city. Clear. But if you're just going to Camden, then no. So this is why the Prophet sallahu wa sallam when he would go to voleva he wouldn't combine and shorten his salaat just

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for going to the halifa.

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But all of the Muslims combined and shortness a lot of labor when when they were going out for Hajj.

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So they come by but that's not travel. And that wasn't considered travel at the time of the prophecy. So it was definitely not considered traveled now because the houses of Medina make it all the way to adulthood. It's actually part of Medina now. Okay, and so with the expansion of cities, this is something that you have to keep in mind. And it's something that, you know, we actually have to take into consideration with geographers and demographers and so on and so forth. Because actually, even though we live in like Philadelphia, and let's just say Camden, right, are two different cities. Canton is actually like a suburb of Philadelphia. Now, the issue is we get into

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this whole state thing, and again, it gets a little, it gets a little fuzzy, because there's different rules, different laws, and, and so forth.

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But the idea of the expanding city is something that has to be taken into consideration, yes.

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Okay.

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Okay.

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No, travel doesn't break your fast.

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Travel doesn't break your head, you have the, you have the option. You have a concession, you can break your fast when you're traveling, simply traveling does not break your fast. Okay? The intention to break your fast is what breaks your fast when you travel. Okay, and we'll talk about that in a minute. shala right now, just wanted to get the concept of travel down. All right, perfect. So we're not going to cover chapters 3330 430-536-3730 we're not going to do each chapter. But we'll cover enough that we get the whole picture in shallow john and Nancy babba song for somebody.

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Okay, so we know from the Quran, that a person who is traveling does not have to fast, right? Because the last minute it says Am I do that? After talking about fasting it was prescribed? He says for a certain period of days. Hmm, it definitely can I mean, commodities are suffering for a determine am and OHA for those who are ill or on a journey than for them than they are to make up the days than they are to make up the fast or other days. And they had to make up the fast on other days. So we don't want to cry that you can that the person who is traveling does not have to fast. However, is it permissible to fast when you're traveling.

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Because in case you didn't know if it hasn't rahimullah and a variety school followed him in that he said you cannot fast when you travel. That's a weak opinion. But I mean, the point is that that's still a question. Can we fast when we travel? And so there are a lot of questions that people have about this whole concept of whether it's better for me to fast or not or so on and so forth. And as soon as the Prophet is allowed to Sudan will clarify that for us between a child and Natasha.

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Upon in the original name, is it definitely but it's definitely on the euro. So a lot of ships are exempt such definitely Colorado civil law shapes, color in zip which definitely Vanessa agenda for Sherry Burson aroma pod hoonah tomorrow either a tumor laid off about a man who doesn't

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even have a opha say we were with a loss messenger solonius on a journey and he said to a man get down and mix them so weak for me. He said messenger of Allah the sun he said Get down and mix them sweet for me. He said Mr. Milan, the sun he said Get down and make some sweet for me, he makes it for him and he drank it and ingestion with his hand toward the east and said when you see the night advanced from here, the fasting person should break his fast

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Okay, so in this Hadith,

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the Hadith

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about the Allahu anhu mentions that they were with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam on a journey and in some narration sign Muslim. It says in the month of Ramadan, so clarifies that this hadith is talking about in the month of Ramadan, so we're talking about a an obligatory fast

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and it's in its origin, okay. So the prophets I send them tells him to get down and mix some sweet Okay, so here we

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We're talking about is the it's a barley based paste mixed with dates type of thing and you can actually drink it I guess.

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And I know sweet is kind of like a haze, right?

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full fat

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and the Vf

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Vf Vf prominent SHOT

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Show it is the point is is something probably someone's telling me something

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I'm going to drink it all right whatever whatever it might be because that's that's really of no moment for what we're looking at which is which is what what's our What's our chapter heading fasting and breaking the fast when traveling hmm All right. So he's telling him and so was telling him tell it saying to the process I saw Sam with the sign but the sign the process I'm

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gonna mix that up right

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interesting so parallel because we all Benny add them right? And sometimes I mean look at look at the story of Musa right same things apply to law you know Kevin is like listen, you're not gonna be able to handle this. What's going on? And then he's like, Man, I'm good. You know few minutes later What did you do that?

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I told you I told you when he added you know it is supplying a lot he's a great campaign of the prophecy seller but he's saying but but wait a minute, like we fast and it's Ramadan and Messiah. So he makes the form and the Prophet sallallaahu Selim drank it but but when he say Did he just did with his hand towards the east because the sun sets were

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in the West right so the night stars coming from the east sort of outside so say when you see the night

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advancing from this way that's the East you see the night will you see the night coming from that way hmm the fasting person should break his face meaning the sun is actually going down the problem for some people what happens is even and you can check this out when the sun first sets you can still see that is very still bright. So for some people is like it's a little concern especially so we don't get used to it in the city. But when you're out there and I'm telling you this when you traveling through the desert, right, like like going from Medina to Mecca for example coming back you out in the desert it's it looks like it takes forever for mothers to come and you made a mugger

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back but it still just looks like wait a minute. So this is this is what the problem is I sent him is letting him know now what what do we get from this stuff? How does this relate to the chapter heading?

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Yes.

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He's on a journey and what and what

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and He fasted was on a journey around without any fasting which I don't know how anybody can can say

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based on the Koran for determine am Allah said that you make up those days at another time make up those This is what even hasn't been the Lila's but some handle I mean you have to ignore so many texts from the son of the Prophet It is hard to slam to come up with that rule you know

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and I lost my daughter knows best how how to you know somebody that would say it's impermissible with with a with deal with these kind of a Howdy. So we keep them moving because point is we want to get through the through the material now.

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Related from Asia that happens even on an SMS message of a lot I pass continuously and I use it toward the Allahu zodb so long

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as semicolon enemies

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so what can I can do cm for Allah, Allah insha Allah

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Are you sure the wife of the

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SME has the promise of Should I fast while traveling he used to pass the law. He said fast if you wish and break the fast if you wish. Now, so the private is allowed to sit in gave Hamza a phenomenal eslami the choice so fast or not too fast when traveling so the issue here

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for us and I think this is an important issue for us to grasp is if I have the choice, then which one is better. Okay, so we have a choice in Ramadan. One

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I travel, I have that choice of breaking my fast or fasting. Which one is better? And the answer is, which ever one is easier? All right, you memorize that. Whichever one is easier. Okay, timeout. Somebody is gonna say, wait a minute.

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What are you talking about? How can it ever be easy? It's too fast, then not too fast. Right? So I say which one? If you say to me, Well, I'm going to travel and which one is easier to break?

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breaking your fast is definitely easier because you're not restricted. But, but once again, we're not talking about which one is easier.

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At the moment, we're saying is it? Is it going to be easier for you to make up your fast or is it going to be easier for you to fast that day?

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Understand, so, I will give you an example.

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flight leaves you went made Amara. Okay.

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flight leaves J. Jeddah

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at 545 in the morning, okay. And Frederick comes in at what time?

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Here? 434 40? It's almost the same there. All right. So you've been fast and for one hour. All right. You got a 12 hour flight and you're traveling which direction you're traveling West's you're traveling against the time. In other words, your day is about to be a very long day. So you travel on a plane, you're on a plane for let's say, 12 hours or so. And you land in New York at noon.

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Okay, so you've been fasting now for 13 hours. Okay, and you got another eight and a half ahead of you.

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21 and a half hours. Which one is easier for you to break too fast? For you to make up? Right and make up that day at another time for you to just keep holding and holding and holding out?

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Africa fast. Okay, next question.

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All right. You're traveling from California. Allahu Akbar.

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Going back to Cali over here. So we're going from California get to Philadelphia. All right. You leave. Cal. Okay, so you start fast. And let's just say five o'clock in the morning because they usually little. Their fudge is not as early as ours. Stay less than five o'clock in the morning. You start your fast. You travel. You travel at

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10 o'clock in the morning. Alright, Salah even faster.

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Five hours. Okay. Now your flight is going that way, five hours. Okay.

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So so it's a 10 o'clock flight.

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You travel five hours, and you jump three hours ahead. So when you land here is actually what time?

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Six? Actually six o'clock. Okay. But you've only been fasting for

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a little more. five and five, you've been fasting for 10 hours.

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Normally, you'd be fasting for 16, you got about two and a half hours left. So you got 12 and a half hours instead of the 16. Because of the because of the bump. Okay. And so for you that might be easier, might be easier for you to fast that day, depending on circumstances. Did you wake up in eastshore? Do you have a good support? Did you hydrate well that night? You know, what did you What did it look like for you. So all of those things, you just take into consideration and see whether it's going to be easier for you to fast or whether it's going to be easier for you to make up that fast later. Now, when we say what's better, in general, it's better for you to fast. Why? Because

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it's Ramadan. Because it's Ramadan is better for you to fast also because it is quicker for removing liability. Meaning that you are that fast to a loss of hair without it if you choose to, if you choose to break it, however, and this and I'll end with this, if you are the father

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or you are the mother who happens to be the head of the household or you're traveling with some of your companions and they look up to you. They look up to you as their shake or you know, whatever they have respect

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For you, and you know that it's going to be difficult for some of them to fast, but they're just going to follow you, because you're faster is better for you to break your fast. And this is what the prophet alayhi salatu salam did on several occasions, when he saw that it was difficult for his companions, even though it was easy for him, he broke his fast, so that it wouldn't be difficult for them. And as people, you know, as leaders, if that's the position that you're in, then you either need to make it very clear to those people that would you listen, it's no harm, do your thing. And as you'll see from the hadith of Ennis,

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then you'll, you'll see that that's also a permissible or a good approach to take further read that. This is Chapter 37.

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Chapter 37.

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Fasting or for breaking the fast and that is no longer I don't

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know, man, man that he sort of

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saw him and moved him to Allah saw him. And his family said, we used to travel with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and those fasting did not find fault with those not fasting, nor that those not fasting find fault with those fasting

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philadelphi something else?

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So, here what basically what becomes clear.

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And again, there are several narrations of this Hadeeth similar narrations on Apple Cider hoodie.

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Bass as well as ematic. Lee mentioned they have traveled with the prophesy Selim, several of those narrations were mentioned in Ramadan. And so the idea is that a person has the option to fast or not too fast. Now, that being said, there's a hadith we skipped, but I'll mention it anyway.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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came upon his companions, they were all crowded around a man. And it was like Sam said, What's wrong with him? They said, he fainted. He was fasting. And he basically fell out from his fast. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, lay seminal Bill cmfs suffer.

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It is not from their righteousness, virtue or piety too fast while traveling.

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So some people take that statement of the process of dealing with a very specific incident.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam is telling us that if you're fasting, while traveling is going to lead to that type of condition. It's going to cause you difficulty, then it is not virtuous, to fast while you are traveling clear, so that we don't take that statement out of context. And while somebody is fasting and traveling, you say to them, it's not from virtue, to fast while traveling.

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All right, don't take and this is what I'm saying to understand the Sunnah of our Prophet Isaiah SelectUSA then it is very important that we understand context. And we understand Sierra of the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA. Now that we combine the evidences and the proofs, dealing with a with the same topic, so look at what all of the policies Some said about that topic and look at his actions. Look at what is no way you can take that Hadeeth lay seminal bill, a CFS suffer was is there at least a minimum bit mmcm from suffer, right? To take that Hadeeth is not from virtue to fast while traveling and apply that to everybody? Okay, that's dealing with anybody whose situation is similar

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to that man's which is that fasting calls them is severe difficulty clear. And so it's not it is not virtuous, to bring that type of harm on yourself when Allah spirit Allah has given you the concession

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type Bismillah So now, we finished with traveling while fasting while traveling. Okay, moving on to the next step which moolah

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chapter 39 for those who are able to fast Aransas dude.

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Amal Kumar

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shalom

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From the asuma Americana Marie 107 in Yemen Oh Have you read along because

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even even

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said that this was abrogated by the following I got Okay, stop there for those who are able to fast a ransom is do it what is this talking about?

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Kind of ransom where we talk about

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okay the video but what's a video? Right? So the idea is that you feed

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up a poor, a needy person not just that you feed someone This is a big misconception that people have. I'm telling you. They come. They say yeah, I can't fast this year, I won't be able to fast ever. Doctor said ABC and D.

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the scheme that you have to ransom by feeding a poor person, not just any Muslim, and not up in here. miskeen is a Muslim. Okay, so we're not talking about you know, just any poor person but a poor Muslim,

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a needy Muslim. Alright.

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So, here, what does this mean? Well, as we're going to see from the narrations that come and we've actually I'm going to probably skip them for the sake of time.

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That this statement while alladhina ut Kona who Vidia there is several ways it's been interpreted, but inshallah the correct opinion is that for those who are able to fast a ransom is due meaning that in the beginning of a slam and the beat when excuse me, not the beginning of the slam. But when Ramadan was first obligated, which was in the year two, after the higit of the prophet Isaiah select to swim in the second year after that he's you know, when it was made mandatory upon the Muslims fasting the month of Ramadan, they still had a choice for those who are able to fast but did not do so. Then they could feed. They could feed a poor person, this was the substitute. All right, so

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people had it. Ramadan was obligated. Many of the Muslims fasted. Some of them did not. But they were able to they had the physical ability to, but those people fed a poor person for each day. This was abrogated by the statement of a loss of habitat shouto Hama Bonilla de

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la Sylvanas

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this part from Annie shahida min como Shara folia so whoever you witnesses the month must fast it fell Yes, um, who fasted, okay, so last minute, Allah is commanding you to fast and therefore you now you don't have that option of if you have the ability to fast but you don't fast defeat. Okay. And that I at that part of the ruling of that I was left for those who do not have the ability to be okay, like the elderly person who has gotten to the point where they absolutely cannot fast. And that person, as we know, the substitute for them, a vast thing is that they feed a poor person I finished reading I'm

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sorry.

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It was revealed as guidance for humanity clear messages of guidance and the criteria. Wherever you witnesses, the month was fast, but whoever is ill are on a journey than a number of other days. allowance is for you not hardship, he wants you to complete a prescribed period and to glorify Him and for having guided you so that you may be thankful.

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Now, just a couple issues related to this particular topic we can see here. This is the statement of him and Omar Neff, who said that he cited a ransom of feeding the poor is due. And then he said that was abrogated. That was abrogate and that's with both parties. It's not we're not going to go too far into that. I want you to just deal with some issues of feeding very quickly. Okay. And that is that the correct opinion of the scholars is that you cannot feed until you've missed the day.

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It's

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each day each day you can feed it at nighttime for that day that you missed, but you cannot feed prior to you cannot feed prior to it being an obligation upon

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yes

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on the, on the 15th day of Ramadan for those who are chronically ill, and they're not going to be able to fast anytime, like their prognosis is, you're not going to be able to fast, right? Ever, you know, right now and not ever I don't I don't ever I never can envision a time period where you're going to be able to fast because of your condition, right? Then that person does what they had to feed. Okay, but on the 15th day of Ramadan, how many days did they miss 15 So at that point, they can feed 15 people, okay. And then at the end of Ramadan, they can feed the other 15 or after Ramadan is over, they can feed 30 and you can feed 30 people all on one night, you can feed one

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person 30 times.

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Right? All of that is okay, you can feed 15 people twice, all of that is fine as long as it comes out to be 30 times that the person or that you fit Alright, but we're gonna keep it moving shallow

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it's just a few more topics in the lab then we'll be we'll conclude now.

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Chapter 40 went to make up Ramadan we'll call it that that's a new federal aka the coding Night Out of indeterminate Yemen even of acid there is no harm in dividing up the days going by the words of Allah Almighty, a number of other dates on a site and then we'll see

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I guess the who has been on the long side who say you've said regarding the passing of the first 10 days into the picture is not proper until after Ramadan has been made up. We'll call it you Rahim.

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Allah, so you Suma De Palma Bama, he reads it if someone feels to make it up until the next level down coach, he should pass them both, he does not think that it is necessary to keep anyone will use

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mozzarella bass and who

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is reported most of them even a bass that he should feed

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eating, but he says a number of other type issue number one, you can make up the days missed in Ramadan in a row or you can separate them. So if you miss 10 days of Ramadan, okay, you can come and you can make those days up 10 in a row, or you can make up to in one month and to the next month and three after that you there's no set way that you make them up, or that you have to make them up, though. It is better

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to relieve yourself of liability as soon as possible. So you owe those days to Allah subhana wa Tada.

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Get rid of that debt as soon as you can. Okay?

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Because you don't know now, yes.

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You can't make it up door around with that has to be after Ramadan is finished.

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Though no, no. If you have, let's just say you have five or six or seven days of Ramadan, it's actually better for you too fast those days. That is for you to fast the six of show Well, it's better for you to start with those days of Ramadan. And then fast the six days of Shabbat, whether that's valid or not too fast six days. So

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outside of what we want to deal with today. The issue is that how you make them up as best are the low tide? And who says here is no harm in dividing up those days. So you don't have to fast them all in a row. That's the issue that we didn't Where

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can you have a double intention? That's not that's the next one. So Satan will say you and it should say we'll say you that's more correct said regarding the fasting of the first 10 days of the hedger. This is not proper until after Ramadan has been made up. Okay. So here there's two ways that you can interpret this. The first is that you can't fast a voluntary fast until you make up the obligatory fast. That's one way to interpret it, though a lot of this maybe a lot. You know what he actually meant? The second way to interpret that is that it's not it is not correct to combine the intention of the obligatory fast of Ramadan with the voluntary fast of the first 90 days of the ledger. Okay,

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so that's another way that can be understood even though

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the low tide and who held the opinion that one of the best times to make up your days of Ramadan if you haven't done so yet is the first 90 days of the ledger. And this is authentically reported on Omar are the Allahu taala No. And so here what's happening is when you look at it, the fasting of the first nine days of the ledger is is enough

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Luck. It's called like it's a it's an absolute voluntary fast.

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It's not like as soon under the lights it was something like that or like selected with it. So here, the reality is, is that it's going to make up for Ramadan and it just happens to be at a very good time of the year. Okay, which is the first and you know, first 10 days of the hidden Alright, so that's the second issue. A third issue is

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if a person has to make up days for mom or dad

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and then they careless such that the next Ramadan comes and they haven't made up the days from the last Ramadan. Like, for example today is which day

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is the 25th 26th? Okay, so say a person right now still has seven days to make up from last Ramadan? Are they gonna be able to finish? No, they're not gonna be able to finish. If it was because they were sick or they were traveling all the time or whatever the situation would be, then that's fine. But if it was because of carelessness, they just kept pushing it off and pushing it off, then now our issue is that they're definitely sinful, because of that carelessness. But now after this Ramadan is the last days that they didn't make up from the last Ramadan? Do they also along with fasting? Do they also have to feed a poor person?

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Okay to expiate for the sin.

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And so that's, that's the question at hand. And hardy means stories that bring them Ebrahim enough I blame Allah, which is that it was not necessary to feed anyone that they just make up the fast because Allah Subhana Allah says, For the two men am and Okada and he doesn't, you know, he says a number other days and he doesn't mention anything about fasting. This is the pain of him a lot of time and a lot of hands on and those best standing many of the scholars and especially the humble ease, you know, have the opinion that if you were careless and you have to pay for that, not just you make up the fast but you also have to pay for it like literally with a video and last fantana

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on how to kulu Kenny you're gonna have a assignment from about the master to the levy shahabad Alejandra assunto within the V o v Salahuddin Selim upazilla horatia with your loved one has say occasionally I hope some days of fasting from Moldovan and was only able to make them up and

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okay so from this what we understand is is not permissible to delay. The fact that you have to make up all the way into the next one next Ramadan Otherwise, there will be no benefit at all and I shall be allowed to add and her mentioning Shaban here she's saying it will take me all the way to Chabad Well, if you could just make it up after any time and you can just keep going and till the next Ramadan until infinitely there will be no point of mentioning I had to make it up all the way to the next shop me that I had to get it in before what before a lot of that. So this is the point of this hobby. We're going to skip this part of the Heidi I mean we're going to skip this chapter ministry

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to women do not faster pray. This is pretty well known, though there are a lot of issues that come up today. We're not going to deal with those. This will last someone who dies or in some fashion this the last chapter by the way, so we'll cover it quickly for the

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chapter for you guys.

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yamawaki done jazza has an alien bursary and also he said if 30 interest one day for him that is enough to three day English. Now it is related

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to the messenger will also say if anyone dies on some fasting is really depends on his behalf. It is later

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my mother has died and she says

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Should I make it up for her cancer? Yes, that's

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right. So here just just to sum up the the in with these IDs indicate

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they are indicative of or they they show and they prove that if someone dies owing a fast that someone else should not they must. And there are other evidences that indicate that this command here is for so bad that it's recommended. Not that it is an obligation.

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And as because Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, I tell you, the Wise your tune was that no soul shall bear the burden of another. And so if this person dies, you know that this person had 10 days left from Ramadan, for example, okay, that you you should feed not fast that you should feed 10 people on his behalf. And that is because

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the only evader that is known by consensus of the scholars to be performed on someone else's behalf is What had you Nomura had an ombre? Now, some of the scholars are happy to say that the fasting is valid. But the other scholars say that, no, it's not the fasting that's intended here. It's the feeding because feeding is the substitute for fasting for the person who does not have the ability to fast this guy's dead, he doesn't have the ability to fast and therefore feeding it is the substitute. Clear? All right. So if we know that someone so passed, and he had days left for Ramadan, and this is what like, this is why we were saying that what was easier, fast, too fast.

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When you travel enough fast, just if you can fast and it's not difficult for you fast is you don't want this stuff on you. And you don't want to have to tell somebody, you know, Listen, I've got these days up and you know, take this out of my inheritance, for example.

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Because that's what should be done the same way of somebody who had the ability to make hij, but was negligent and didn't. Some of the scholars say that when they die, the first thing before his inheritance is split up. The first thing is that money is taken out to pay for somebody to perform Hajj on his behalf, because that was his duty that he owes to Allah. All right, so these are not things that we take lightly. All right, some of the other scholars who said no, this is only for the fasting, that is a vow fast. You mean if somebody made another, they made it, they made an oath that they will, or they took a vow that they would fast. So they said, Oh Allah, if you cure my wife, if

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you cure my children, I'll fast for two weeks straight.

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And then they and then I lost my daughter cured their wife, the children, and then they didn't fast that this person owes a lot, two weeks. And that's true. But that's not the only thing as we can see from the wording of the prophecy, someone that's very general, also this issue, His Will he should fast on his behalf. The scholars say had a holiday masala puja transit,

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that this was said,

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based off based on what was most common at the time, or based on what's most common all the time, which is normally that somebody's the person who's overseeing your affairs after you die is an error. And it will lead here means it means your air, you know, so that's normally the case, but if somebody else knows about it, and they want to feed on this person's behalf, because they know that he owes five days or so and so forth, then so be it. We clear on that 100 liable. I mean, I wasn't waiting for the answer. There's vomiting break the fast.

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See, we got it, we got to get precise in our answers. If If, if it was unintentional, right, then no, it does not break too fast. But if someone intentionally intentionally vomits, then it does break the fast last month Allah knows best Why is there a difference of opinion about the hegemon while fasting?

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Because they Yes.

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Because what

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was done during the time of the privatization, but that's not why there's a difference of opinion. Yes.

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without going to the we just say because

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because they are I had these that appear to be contradictory. Okay. were we able to reconcile between them? Yes, inshallah. Is it permissible to donate blood while fasting give a detailed answer.

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Okay, so we will say yes, but it's best not to. If someone has done it, then then we will say doesn't break your fast and if someone is going to do it, then we will say wait until until nighttime. Is it best to break your fast while traveling? Give a detailed answer.

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To is easier for you. What's easier depends how can one with a chronic illness does not allow them to fast feet 30 people at one time? Yes, yes they can. They can feed three people 10 times 10 people three times 30 people

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At one time, can they do that at the beginning of Ramadan? No. Right That's what the Noah's so they have to wait we got it. I'm hungry let me I'm Delilah dbname it to Tim masala hat, we praise Allah Subhana tada by His grace, we are able to complete virtuous and righteous deeds. You have a question? Sure.

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Yes, he's really

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he has to find

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if a person hosting avatar

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know unless he knows he may he may know that there are certain people at that iftaar Okay, that are poor that fit the criteria miskeen and and and miskeen by the way is not somebody who does not have a home to live in, or who does not have a car or who wears tattered clothing. A person may be miskeen you may look at this person is a very normal situation but he's not. We have to pray one so I'm going to stop if there are any questions related to this after after selecting a shot I'll stick around and answer the questions being the light to Allah Subhana Allah 100 shadow Allah, Allah, Allah and the Supreme Court to be like