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Issues of fasting

189448 - He cannot do without nose drops in Ramadan 187093 - Her sister has Down’s syndrome; does she have to offer expiation because of not fasting? 188856 - She became Muslim in secret and feared that her family might harm her, so she broke the fast one day in Ramadan; does she have to make it up? 171235 - She cannot make up the fasts that she missed because she is too weak 93723 - How can he maintain his fast in the face of these sins? 37643 - Uttering the intention to fast out loud is an innovation (bid’ah) 129831 - Are people who live in extremely hot regions obliged to fast even though it is difficult for them? 172889 - He broke his fast when he was observing a naafil fast in order to accept an invitation to a meal; will he be rewarded for his intention to fast and accepting the invitation? 150940 - Is he responsible for the death of the one who was hurt in this accident? 156260 - He carried on eating sahoor even though he could hear the adhaan from a TV channel 129869 - Who is the fasting person for whom the Muslim will be rewarded for giving him food to break his fast with? 78375 - Correspondence between the sexes and its effect on the fast 130021 - “Spotting” after the period ends is not regarded as menses 78438 - Swallowing bits of food that are left in the mouth during the day 12602 - Imsaak (stopping eating) a few minutes before Fajr is bid’ah 66202 - Is it essential to stop eating and drinking as soon as one hears the adhaan for Fajr? 26830 - The family and Ramadaan 156110 - Is it permissible for a woman to deliberately get her period in Ramadan? 93160 - The true time of Fajr 37805 - There is no specific du’aa’ to be recited when starting to fast