Rukhshah in the Ramadan Fasting

Rukhshah in the Ramadan Fasting

Although in the month of Ramadan fasting for Muslims and Muslimah is obligatory, but there are some exemptions that allow Muslims not to do fast. It is given as a way of grace and mercy from Allah to His people.

As mentioned in the hadith,

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From Anas bin Malik Al-Ka’bi, the Prophet SAW said: “Verily, Allah Almighty lighten fasting and half of the prayer for the traveler, and for pregnant and lactating womenRukhshah in the Ramadan Fasting arrow (He ease) fasting (Hadith Narrated by five narrators and hasan by Tirmidhi).

Rukhshah or waivers that will be discussed in the next article Insha Allah are:

  1. Pregnant and lactating women (as mentioned in the above hadith)
  2. Elderly people
  3. To taste foods
  4. Mascara and eye drops
  5. Injection
  6. BathRukhshah in the Ramadan Fasting arrow, rinsed, and istinsyaq
  7. Kiss/Hug
Wassalam,
Ramadan Kariem…
Delina Partadiredja

The author has been writing since elementary school. Prior to be the in-charge person for contents she often contributed to an Islamic website. Further, she has co-authored two books and one book of poetry. Her previous banking career followed her completing Bachelor of Economics. She obtained an MBA from Leicester University in the UK. She currently lives in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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