Ramadan 2023 Appeal
He Swallowed The Food Which Got Stuck In His Teeth While Having Suhoor
Channel: Zakir Naik
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In the case that
after, so hard
a person has inadvertently has some food lodged in their teeth. Yes. And
as a result of swallowing and the normal processes of saliva around the mouth, the food then is goes down the esophagus, into the stomach, okay? They imbibe it, they take it on, does this situation mean they have invalidated their fast. And furthermore, just as a sort of a denim, what's the situation when a person swallows phlegm or mucus
as far as if a person has some food particles that have got stuck in between the teeth, maybe after suhoor. And the fast starts if there are some food particles which are stuck between the teeth, and if the person doesn't realize it.
And then if you follow that, without realizing, then the fall doesn't break. But if the food particles are big enough, which a person can feel it, then you have to pull it out.
And, unintentionally, if that food particle after filling goes in, inside his throat, then Allah will forgive you, then the first one invalidated. But if you can feel it, intention if this follows then the first bricks, unintentionally solid does not break. So if there's a particle which is big enough, which can be spat outside, you should have paid outside. And furthermore, if suppose the gums bleed, maybe after using the sidewalk, or after brushing the teeth, while fasting, the blood also should be spat out.
unintentionally certain blood goes down the throat into the stomach, Allah will forgive but intentionally you should not solve any part. As far as the second part of the question is concerned. That is about mucus. If it comes from the head, maybe the pan is the sinus or from the nose, or phlegm which comes while killing the throat. If it comes down to the throat, and goes into the stomach, without coming into the mouth, it is quite natural. It happens with many people, the phlegm the mucus comes get stuck into the throat, you clear the throat it goes down into your stomach. It's perfectly fine. It does not involve the fact because that's a natural process. But if it comes into
the mouth, it should be spat out. If the mucus of limb comes into your mouth, you spit out unintentionally. If it comes in the mouth, and then you follow it. I'll forgive you. But intentionally it should not be followed.