What are the Rules of Fasting?

What are the Rules of Fasting

Islam is the most practiced religion in the world. Muslims are present in almost every region of the world and practices the teaching of Sunnah and took guidance from Quran to solve the problems and issues which they encounter in their daily day life.

It is the most asked question by the Muslims what are the rules of Fasting? Can we do this, this, this while we are fasting can we perform such activity while we are in the state of Fast? So today I came here to throw some light on the rules of fasting and tell the Muslims that what are rules of fasting and which things are forbidden while you are in the state of fasting. They are as follow,

Who must do fasting?

Fasting is obligatory in the month of Ramadan to every men and woman as they reach the age of 12 years. Who must fast are as follow,

• Who is not ill
• Who is not traveling
• Who is exceed from the age of 12
• Who is Pak?

If you fall into the above categories then fasting is obligatory on you and if you don’t do fasting surely you are committing sin.

Who must not do fasting?

• The one who is ill.
• The one who is injured.
• Women in their menses.
• One who is traveling.

These are some people to whom Allah forgive the fast but as they got well they have to do fasting and complete the missing fasts after the month of Ramadan. And those who are permanently ill can give the one time meal to poor or needy. They can also provide them with the equal amount of money.

Things are forbidden:

The fasting is not only that you just not have to eat or drink but you have to refrain from the following acts.

• You must not sleep all the time but you must pray to Allah.
• You must not watch movies or etc to amuse yourself to pass the time but pray Allah and recite Holy Quran.
• You must not lie.
• You must not see something wrong.
• You must not fight.
• You must not abuse.

If you will do such things then your fast will not be considered it is not just to refrain from eating and drinking but from all the sins. It is the wish of every Muslim to spend the month of Ramadan in the house of Allah because Umrah in the month of Ramadan has a reward which is equal to that of Hajj. So you must go for Umrah in the month of Ramadan and enjoy the blessings of the house of Allah in this blessed month. Now going to Umrah in the month of Ramadan is much easier because Umrah package online Booking London in this blessed month is quite cheap and easy to get.

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