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Some essential masalas regarding women's fasting in Ramadan | Islamic Girls Guide

Some essential masalas regarding women's fasting in Ramadan 


Some essential masalas regarding women's fasting in Ramadan | Islamic Girls Guide
Some-essential-masalas-regarding-women's-fasting-in-Ramadan | Islamic Girls Guide


Some of the important masalas related to the month of Ramadan for women are briefly mentioned. It is to be noted that all the following masalas have been compiled from the accepted and reliable Kitabism of Hanafi in Fiqh.

1.Masala:

 It is permissible for a woman to fast during the month of Ramadan if she does not fast during her period or if her period starts after fasting. But you should not eat or drink in front of other people. If menstruation stops during the day and becomes normal, then it is obligatory to abstain from eating and drinking and sexual intercourse during the rest of the day. -Ahsanul Fatawa: 4/420

In this connection, it is narrated from Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her) that she was asked, "Will women perform the prayers and fasts after purification from menstruation?" He said, "In this situation, we have been instructed to perform the qasas of fasting, not the prayers."

Hazrat Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her), the mother of the believers has agreed with all the ulama 'about fasting and not performing prayers, that is, ijma' or consensus has been established.

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2.Masala:

It is forbidden to fast during the period of menstruation (menstrual period), nefas (postpartum discharge), but the fast of these days must be performed later.

 3.Masala:

If menstruation begins or a child is born after fasting in a holy state, then the fast is broken and it has to be done later. I want it to be obligatory or voluntary fast.

4.Masala:

If a woman stops menstruating or breathing after Sadeq in the morning in the month of Ramadan and she does not eat or drink anything during this time, then if she intends to fast, then the fast of that day will not be valid and she will have to make up the fast later, because she is unclean at the beginning of the day. Was.

5.Masala:

 If one becomes pure after a full 10 days and 10 nights, at the end of the night, and then there is not enough time in the night in which one can say, Allahu Akbar. However, fasting the next day is obligatory. And if menstruation stops in less than 10 days and there are so many nights left in which one can take a bath in a hurry, then Allahu Akbar cannot be said even once. However, the next day's fast will be obligatory. In this case, if he has not taken a bath, he will fast without taking a bath, and if the time is less than that, he will not fast, so he will not fast. However, he has to fast all day and then work.

6.Masala:

It is not permissible to recite the Qur'an in the state of menstruation or breath, whether by heart or by sight.

7.Masala:

If menstruation occurs while a girl is in custody and there is a need for recitation to memorize it, or if a memorizing girl wants to continue recitation to memorize the Qur'an during menstruation, she should recite it in her mind and not utter it orally.

8.Masala:

Hayez, Nefaswali women will be able to teach children by spelling the Qur'an. However, while teaching reading, you will not be able to recite 1 full verse in 1 breath, but you will have to recite it in 1-2 words while breaking your breath.

9.Masala:

It is not obligatory for a woman to prostrate when she hears the recitation of prostration in the verse while she is menstruating or breathing.

10.Masala:

 Just as it is not permissible to touch the Qur'an while menstruating or breathing, it is not permissible to touch the verses of the Qur'an if they are written anywhere. However, if there is a book which contains more than the verses of the Qur'an, it is permissible to touch it, but it is not permissible to touch the verse.

11.Masala:

If only verses of the Qur'an is written on a vessel, a saucer, or a piece of paper, it cannot be touched, but it can be caught with a separate cloth.

12.Masala:

 If the cover of the Qur'an Sharif is different from the Qur'an Sharif, then it is permissible to hold the Qur'an Sharif by it. Similarly, it is permissible to hold the Qur'an by a piece of cloth detached from the body.

13.Masala:

 It is not permissible to touch or hold the Qur'an Sharif with the ghilaf attached to the Qur'an Sharif and the clothes that are attached to the body such as the fly, the sleeve of the shirt, etc.

14.Masala:

It is permissible to read religious books and touch them during menstruation. However, the verses of the Qur'an is not read in all the places where they are written and care should be taken not to touch them.

15.Masala:

It is permissible to recite all the dhikr-azkar, doa-durud, and tasbih-tahlil except the recitation of the Qur'an in the state of menstruation and breath. It is even permissible to recite verses of the Qur'an for prayer.

16.Masala:

 There is no difficulty in saying Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim at the beginning of the meal and Alhamdulillah at the end.

17.Masala:

It is permissible for a pregnant or lactating woman to break her fast if there is a strong risk of serious harm to the health of the child or her mother due to fasting; Otherwise it will not be permissible.

18.Masala:

It is Saheeh and urgent to fast in the state of istihaja (discharge due to illness, which occurs more than during regular periods). It is not permissible not to fast.

19.Masala:

There is no problem for women to perform wajib, Sunnat and nafl i'tikaf in their own house in the state of istihaja.

20.Masala:

During Istihaza, women will be able to recite and touch the Qur'an.

21.Masala:

It is a natural rule given by God for adult women to menstruate every month. Regular menstruation is also beneficial for health. For this reason, the Islamic Shari'ah has made a provision for them not to fast on these days. Nevertheless, if a woman stops menstruating by taking medicine, then there is no prohibition on Shariah. However, it is better not to do so as it is harmful to health. Even so, if one takes such action, his fast will be over. -Al Bahrur Rayek: 2/449, Fatwa Haqqani: 4/158

22.Masala:

It is not enough for a pregnant woman or a weak woman who is unable to fast after giving birth to a child to pay a ransom. If he pays the ransom and later recovers and the ability to fast comes, then it is necessary to perform that fast. -Fatawa Darul Uloom: 6/478

23.Masala:

 Breastfeeding does not break women's fast and Aju. Fasting does not break for this, it is normal for milk to come out. Fasting is the name of abstaining from food and sex. -Fatawa Darul Uloom: 5/408

Source: https://www.banglanews24.com/islam/news/bd/404374.details
Some of the important issues related to the month of Ramadan for women are briefly mentioned. It is to be noted that all the following masalas have been compiled from the accepted and reliable Kitabism of Hanafi in Fiqh. The formula is not mentioned with the masala, noting the brevity of the writing. If necessary, there is a request to contact the nearest fatwa department or us.

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