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Muslims in Ramadan are following many rules while fasting to make the god satisfied, Also, they are doing that to be accepted from Allah and achieve their dreams.
So , here we will know more about Ramadan Month and the habit of Muslims people on it.
When Ramadan Month Comes?
Ramadan, Arabic Ramaḍān, in Islam, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar and the holy month of fasting. It begins and ends with the appearance of the crescent moon. Because the Muslim calendar year is shorter than the Gregorian calendar year, Ramadan begins 10–12 days earlier each year, allowing it to fall in every season throughout a 33-year cycle.
Fasting of Muslims In Ramadan
Fasting is the first pillar in Ramadan. Fasting in Ramadan for Muslims is the cornerstone
Fasting means no food or drink and also abstaining from bad habits and sins such as smoking, swearing, gossiping, arguing, fighting or being disrespectful, cruel or selfish. Sexual relations are also banned during the hours of fasting.
Who Can Fast Ramadan?
All Adults can fast Ramadan, And children who have completed 7 years, they can begin to get used to fasting.
Here we will talking about the basic 6 rules of fasting Ramadan:
1- What Are The Exceptions For Muslims in Ramadan?
There are many exceptions. Anyone who is ill or travelling during Ramadan and who doesn’t take part in the fasting must make up the days of fasting later.
Also, Pregnant women who can’t stand the fasting , they can break their fast in Ramadan. Also, menstruating or breastfeeding don’t have to fast.
How Can Muslims In Ramadan Compensated Those Days?
Islamic Relief says the present rate is EGP10 for each day that is missed (this should provide one person with two meals or two people with one meal.) If someone misses all the fasts of Ramadan, they would need to pay EGP300.
It is Called “Fedyah”
As For Atonement….
Kaffarah (Or atonement) is the compensation you should pay if you deliberately miss or break a fast in the month of Ramadan without a valid reason.
Example For Cases Of Kafara:
A man’s sexual intercourse with his wife during the day in Ramadan, the spouses must “make up” a day for the day on which the intercourse took place, and the husband has to atone, which is to fast for two consecutive months, and if he is unable to do so, then feed sixty poor people.
As For Elimination :
2- Vomiting Deliberately:
The fast is broken if you make yourself vomit deliberately, but not if it’s done suddenly or involuntarily. Do not swallow the vomit or that will definitely break the fast.
3- Rules For Children During Ramadan Month
Pre-pubescent children are not required to fast but some of them do it for some days, or parts of days, to train themselves in readiness for Ramadan as an adult.
4- What Muslims In Ramadan Should Do If They Have To Take An Injection?
If you need injections for medical reason, it’s perfectly acceptable to continue these and the fast will not be broken. Even If in intramuscular injection or hypodermic syringe.
5 – Purity For Muslims in Ramadan:
You must not be in a state of janaba. This is an Islamic term meaning impurity after sex, ejaculation or the completion of the menstrual cycle. A person in this state must wash so that they can become ritually pure and take part in Ramadan fasting and prayers the following day. The full-body cleansing ritual they must undertake is known as ghusl.
6- The Things Are Allowed in Ramadan:
Eyeliner and eye drops are allowed, and drops MUST be continued if someone is suffering glaucoma. The advice is to use drops before and after the fasting and use a technique to stop the fluid daring down into the throat.
So here the 6 rules for Muslims in Ramadan should know and follow. Also, there many rules religious Muslims do like:
- Break the fasting on dates and milk, which is the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad
- Tarawih prayer after dinner
- Night prayer
- Muslims In Ramadan seal the holy Quran
- Spread of the tables of Rahman in Ramadan
- Feeding food to the poor
- Stay away from everything that angers our God or distracts from the remembrance of God
The traditions in Ramadan month are too many. so it is good if you follow a lot of them to get a big reward in the hereafter. And all of the prove that “Sawm Ramadan” is one of the 5 pillars in Islam.
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