Assalamualaikum. I hope everyone is doing very well. Like every time, I came up with another article among you. Looking at the title, many may have understood, what subject I am going to write among you today. Today's topic is the details of who is obliged to fast. It is not obligatory to fast as a Muslim. It is obligatory to fast in the month of Ramadan. But it is not obligatory on all Muslim men and women. In this post you will find out on whom fasting is obligatory.
Fasting is not obligatory for everyone, there are some conditions. It is obligatory to fast in accordance with these conditions. The holy month of Ramadan is going on, in this month of Ramadan we have to fast and pray. Let's start without exaggerating, for whom fasting is obligatory
1) Must be a Muslim, fasting is not obligatory for any non-Muslims.
2) If a person does not fast without knowing whether fasting has become obligatory, then he will not be guilty. However, it is obligatory to fast after knowing that fasting has become obligatory.
3) If a person dies in the month of Ramadan, there is no ruling on the remaining fasting. Besides, there is no ruling on the death of the deceased on behalf of the relatives.
4) There are many who sometimes go crazy and sometimes get better. But when it is good, fasting is obligatory.
5) If a boy or a girl becomes an adult during the month of Ramadan.
7) If an adult non-Muslim converts to Islam during the day in the month of Ramadan, it is obligatory for him to fast at that time.
6) It is not obligatory for women to cry during menstruation, because girls are unclean at this time. Therefore, fasting is not obligatory for girls during menstruation.
8) Must be physically healthy and able to fast. If a person is sick, there is a provision for them to fast. If a person is not in a position to fast, he can fast later.
9) If a person does not go out on a journey, it is obligatory for him to fast. Again, if a person travels for a long time, the rule for him to fast is that he will fast at another time. This means that when the fast is over, he will fast the next day.
10. Fasting is obligatory for those who have reached the age of majority. Muslims should be encouraged to fast from the time a boy or girl reaches the age of eight.
May Allah Almighty grant us the grace to fast in all aspects of Ramadan, Amin.
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