Special Collection of fatwas for Ramadan
Special Collection of fatwas for Ramadan
1. The month of Ramadan begins in the beginning of the Moon new or when the month of Shaaban due thirty days. -(The Otheymine ibn Sheikh: Fataawa on fasting, page 36)
2. The intention (Niya) at the beginning of Ramadan is sufficient for the entire month. When fasting is interrupted instead, a trip, a disease or anything else, the fasting person must renew its intention due to this interruption.
(The Otheymine ibn Sheikh: Fataawa on the pillars of Islam, page 466)
3. Is preferable for a traveler to break the fast, even if is approved fast. You have the choice of breaking or not, as transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad, the peace and blessings be upon him. However, if you feel difficulties to fast, it is detestable to continue his fast and the fact break it will strengthen the traveller.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 187)
4. Fasting without praying will not be accepted. Because that leaves the prayer is considered an infidel. It says in the Holy Qur'an:
"But if he repent and do salat, and pay zakat, then shall your brethren in religion."
And the Prophet, peace and blessings are with him, he said:
"The difference between the believer and the unbeliever's prayer"
(Sheikh ibn Otheymine: Fataawa on fasting, page 87)
5. If the muezzin calls to prayer, accurate at the time of the fajr (after having observed the sky), we should stop eating when we hear the adhan. On the contrary if you make the call to prayer according to a schedule and without taking into account the sky, are allowed to eat at the time of the adhan.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 259)
6. There is no problem in swallowing saliva during fasting. On the other hand if secretion or phlegm, you must eject abroad if they reach the mouth. It is forbidden to swallow them.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 251)
7. Those who do not have the ability to fast due to old age or illness, simply them feed a poor for every day that do not fast, if they have the means sufficient to do this.
(Fataawa Sheikh ibn Baz: volume 5, page 233)
8. The bleeding or blood flow constant (bleeding) in women, does not invalidate the fast. Those whom are exempt from fasting, are women in childbirth and those who have their menstruation. The bleeding of the Hijama is also part of what invalidates fasting. On the other hand, blood analyses are permitted if necessary.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: tomo5, page 253)
9. The fasting that vomits voluntarily is null.
(Fataawa ibn the Otheymine: volume 1, page 500)
10 Mouth rinse does not invalidate fasting, only in the case not to swallow even a drop of him. Its use should instead be only if necessary.
(Fataawa ibn the Otheymine: volume 1, page 514)
11. The use of the khol, as well as drops for eyes or ears, do not override the fasting.
(Fataawa ibn the Otheymine: volume 1 page 520)
12. Pregnant women and that breastfeeding your baby, are considered as you sick if their fasts are difficult, can then eat during Ramadan and retrieve it as soon as you can. (Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 207)
13. If drops for the nose reach the stomach or throat, fasting is annulled.
(Fataawa ibn the Otheymine: volume 1, page 520)
14. The nutritious vaccines (such as the serum), overrides the fasting.
(Answers on the month of Ramadan Sheikh ibn Otheymine: page 100)
15. If a Muslim, ill in the month of Ramadan, died during his convalescence after Ramadan; We must recover his fast, not to feed the poor for him.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 239)
16. It is allowed to try some food if necessary, with the tip of the tongue, always, that does not swallow.
(Fataawa Sheikh ibn Jbrine: volume 2, page 128)
17. If a man forces his wife to have relationships marital during Ramadan, while the two fast, fasting of women will be accepted without any Atonement. Instead the man will be which bear the Sin and he must return his fast in addition to free a slave. If you can't, you must fast two consecutive months, and if you can't, you must feed sixty poor
(Fataawa Ibn the Otheymine: volume 2, page 136)
18. The fast of who ejaculate because of a dream (involuntarily) is not canceled.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 243)
19. The flow of seminal fluid does not invalidate the fast.
(Fataawa ibn Baz: volume 5, page 245)
20. Anyone who eat or drink by mistake, your fasting is accepted; but at the time in which recalls that you fasting, you must immediately stop eating and expel that in your mouth.
(Fataawa ibn the Otheymine: volume 1, page 527)
21. The fact to refrain from using the siwak during fasting, is not correct, since the use of siwak is sunna.
(Fataawa Sheikh ibn the Otheymine: volume 2, page 126)
22. The use of perfume during fasting is permitted, to smell it. Except the incense, the smoke can reach the stomach and thus invalidate fasting.
(Fataawa Sheikh ibn the Otheymine: volume 2, page 128)
23. The blood that may appear between the gums, does not affect fasting, although it is preferable to avoid swallowing it, as well as nosebleeds.
(Fataawa on the pillars of faith, Sheikh ibn the Otheymine: page 476)
Compiled by the team of aux sources of l'Islam
The French translation to the Spanish: Leila to the Sebtawia