Why Is It Prohobited To Fast For Three Days After Eid-ul-Adha
Channel: Zakir Naik
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Had the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, forbade fasting, three days after it will fit. I would have quite clearly understood that because we just fasted the whole month of Ramadan. But why is it that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has forbade the fasting in the days of tashlich. The three days after eight adhaar, there is a prophet masilela salam has forbidden fasting on days of the Shri that is three days fasting either other. The reason is because these three days are the days of festival, the days that the Muslims meet the families, meet the friends meet the relatives, and they eat and they drink. So it is the days of festival these three
days perfectly after each other. And plus, we are also allowed to sacrifice the animal besides each other, even on the days of tertiary, third four days of sacrifice. So imagine we sacrifice the animal and don't eat the meat. But these are the reasons which is also mentioned in the hadith of Muslim Ahmed on number two, Page Number 513 or did number 10664 were aboard era mean libraries with me shave that Prophet masala solemn. He sent up the libretto de la Menlo pleaded him to go and tell to the people of Mina who were performing the proclamation that they should not fast for the three following days after the date of the Sri because these are the days of eating and drinking and
remembering Allah subhanaw taala. So based on that since this guidance was given to the people who perform the proclamation that the pilgrims it's also understood that Muslim throughout the world, they should not fast on the three days of the shooting.