Channel: Zakir Naik
Does vomiting nullify one’s fast?
June 12, 2016
Yeah, somebody is overcome within sensation of nausea and they vomit during the fast does this nullify the fast? Is this something can they resume their fast after the vomit has come out? vomiting can either be intentionally or it can be unintentionally and a beloved prophet masala Some say it's mentioned to say Howdy. It's mentioned in Timothy in the book of fasting Hadith number 720, a beloved Prophet said that a person who vomits unintentionally, he should complete as fast and the fast is not broken, but the person who vomits intentionally, the person who vomits intentionally deliberately, then the fast is broken, and they have to make up for the fast afterwards. And the
same is depicted in Santa Ana without or number two, in the book of fasting. How did number 2374
with the beloved performance restroom said that anyone who vomits suddenly same thing unintentionally, then he does not have to atone for it. But if someone vomits intentionally, deliberately, he has to atone for it. But the person who does it deliberately, for example, by sticking a finger in the throat, or by pressing the stomach, or deliberately smelling something, which is nasty, or looking at food, which will make him vomit, and it continues that then it comes under the category deliberately done. So then the fast is broken has to make up for that. But if it comes unintentionally, no problem. But when the vomit comes, you should not swallow the vomit after
damage the mouth. If he swallows the vomit, after he has the mouth, it will nullify the fast so when a woman comes, he should see that the vomitus comes out and if it's unintentional, it's not too fast.