History of Ramadan : Learn How Ramadan Begins

History of Ramadan: Prophet Musa (peace be upon him) went to Mount Tur Mountains in solitude to receive the Tawrah, where he spent 30 days. He fasted for 30 days. While fasting, the fluidity of the mouth of Prophet Musa (peace be upon him) smelled like meskh to Allah, so Allah commanded Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) to fast for 10 more days. Finally, after 40 days of continuous fasting, Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) received the Torah from the Almighty and this is how the fast of the Muslims began. Read More ⤵️ History of Ramadan

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What is fasting?
Literally, the word “sawm/siyam” means to
abstain or refrain from something. Technically, it
means to refrain from food, drink, sexual
intercourse, and all that which breaks the fast
from dawn to sunset, intending to do so in
obedience to Allah.

Who should fast?
Fasting during the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every Muslim, male or female, who fulfills these specifications:

a) To be mentally and physically fit, which means
to be sane and able.

b) To be of full age, the age of puberty and
discretion, which is normally about fourteen.
Children under this age should be encouraged
to fast.

c) To be resident, not to be traveling (on a
journey of about 50 miles or more).

d) In case of women, to be free from menses
(hayd) and post-birth bleeding (nifas).

What invalidates the fast?
First: What breaks the fast and requires only qada’ (making up for the days one did not fast in Ramadan)
  • a) Eating or drinking
  • b) Deliberately causing one’s self to vomit
  • c) The onset of menstruation or post delivery
  • bleeding
  • d) Ejaculation for reasons other than sexual
  • intercourse or wet dreams
Second: what breaks the fast and requires
qada’ and kaffarah:
Sexual intercourse; it breaks the fast, and
requires qada’ and kaffarah, which is to set a
slave free; if a slave is not available, he must fast
for two continuous months. If he is not able to do
this, then he must feed 60 persons one average-
sized meal each.
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Types of fasting
First: Obligatory: That is the fasting of the
month of Ramadan.
Second: Forbidden:
a) Fasting on `Eidul-Fitr or `Eidul-Adha
b) Fasting the days of Tashreeq: 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
days of `Eidul-Adha
c) The wife’s optional fast in the presence of her
husband without his consent
Third: Desirable Fasting
a) Fasting 6 days during the month of Shawwal
b) Fasting the day of `Arafah, 9th of Dhul Hijjah,
provided that the person is not offering Hajj
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