ألسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته 

الحمد لله والصلاة والسلام الأتمان الأكملان على سيد الوجود سيدنا وحبيبنا وشفيعنا ووسيلتنا إلى الله الحبيب المحبوب مولانا رسول الله صلى الله عليه وعلى آله وصحبه وسلم

What if we swallow some food waste that stuck within our teeth, does that break the fasting?

Brothers and sisters,

First of all, you may know that ALLAH will not make you bear the burden that is not affordable, regarding this question, if you are insisted to do so such like you tried enough to spit it out but unfortunately it went inside the body with the saliva or unconsciously got inside the body, Alhamdulillah, in this case, your fasting hasn’t broken with this and you will not be punished either. On the other hand, if you are capable removing it before and yet you didn’t do it, then the fasting will be broken.الله أعلم

 (فتح المعين بشرح قرة العين )

Is it permissible to pray voluntary prayer (Sunnah) for a person who has a lot of mandatory prayer (throughout his life) to complete to?

Brothers and sisters, here we will check whether or not he let off the mandatory prayer without any reason or deliberately. indeed, if it is without any relevant reason,  he is obliged to complete the unattended mandatory prayer as soon as possible . For that, it is obligatory to spend the rest of the time to retrieve the missed prayers after spending the required amount of time on sleeping, paying attention to the expense for oneself and whose he has obliged to, and other things that must be done.

Although the voluntary prayers before the mandatory unattended-prayer must be accepted, it is forbidden to do so, but if he fears that he will miss the on-time mandatory prayer, he must attend that particular prayer first. As for him, he should not even attend the group prayer unless he completed the unattended prayers.

On the other hand, All this would be valid and voluntary if the mandatory prayers have been missed out with such a valid reason like sleeping, or unconscious 

(Fath al-Mu'in, Tuhfa, Nihaya).


Do we have to perform the intention of Taraveeh (Niyyah) separate for each two Raka’at?

In prayers like Taraweeh, it is obligatory to perform the intention (Niyyat) after performing two Salams in each two rak'ahs. It is mandatory to perform Salam in every two Rak'ahs in Taraweeh. Rather, other Sunnah prayers can be performed together without performing salams in two rak'ahs ...

 

I have been suffering from gas trouble for 6 years. So there are a lot of fasts to be performed. Anyhow, I can’t do that either, what will I do?

 

Those who abstain from fasting due to chronic diseases or old age that has no hope of alleviation or meditation any more, they should give away one Mudd for each fast if you have the financial stability to do so

You don’t need to retrieve the fasts you missed all along with this reason. If the fast is abandoned due to an illness for which there is no hope of recovery for six years, then Mudd should be given for each fast that has passed. Even if the disease is cured in some way, the fasts during the illness should not be retrieved.

 

What if I am travelling on a flight at the time of breaking the fasting? Which countries’ standard time should I follow to break my fasting?

 

The beginning and end of fasting are related with the rising and setting of the sun. It is possible to observe and understand it on the plane. While the flight is taken to the height, the time of sun setting may vary from that of on the earth. So, the ones who are travelling by flight should break their fasting according to the flight time.

                                                                          



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