Fast Motion 1: Rulings Regarding Fasting; Niyyah, part 1

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<p>The Rulings of Niyyah for Fasting: part one</p> <p>It is obligatory on Muslims to fast in the month of Ramadan.&nbsp;</p> <p>This means that, to obey Allah&rsquo;s command, we must avoid acts that invalidate our fast from dawn until sunset.&nbsp;</p> <p>But to be on the safe side, it is obligatory to abstain from the invalidators of the fast from a little before the Fajr Adhan until a little after the Maghrib Adhan.&nbsp;</p> <p>One of the necessary conditions for fasting is Niyyah&nbsp;</p> <p>It is not necessary to verbally state the Niyyah or even think it in our mind.&nbsp;</p> <p>The fact that we decide, in order to obey Allah&rsquo;s command, to abstain from the invalidators of the fast on this certain day suffices as Niyyah.&nbsp;</p> <p>If, God-forbid, one intends to fast for pretention, the obligatory precaution demands that they complete the fast of that day and also observe the Qaḍa of that fast on another day.</p> <p>There is no specific time for Niyyah.&nbsp;</p> <p>As regards the specified obligatory fasts such as fasting in the month of Ramadan, one can make their Niyyah at any time before the Fajr Adhan.&nbsp;</p> <p>It is better that, on the first night of the month Ramadan, one makes a Niyyah for the whole month in addition to making Niyyah for every single day.&nbsp;</p> <p>But as regards the fasts with no set time, such as the Qaḍā fasts of the month of Ramadan, or the expiatory (Kaffārah) fasts, one can make their Niyyah until noon on the condition that they have not done any of the invalidators of the fast.&nbsp;</p> <p>But one is free to make their Niyyah for recommended fasts until before sunset if they haven&rsquo;t done any of the invalidators of the fast.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

The Rulings of Niyyah for Fasting: part one

It is obligatory on Muslims to fast in the month of Ramadan. 

This means that, to obey Allah’s command, we must avoid acts that invalidate our fast from dawn until sunset. 

But to be on the safe side, it is obligatory to abstain from the invalidators of the fast from a little before the Fajr Adhan until a little after the Maghrib Adhan. 

One of the necessary conditions for fasting is Niyyah 

It is not necessary to verbally state the Niyyah or even think it in our mind. 

The fact that we decide, in order to obey Allah’s command, to abstain from the invalidators of the fast on this certain day suffices as Niyyah. 

If, God-forbid, one intends to fast for pretention, the obligatory precaution demands that they complete the fast of that day and also observe the Qaḍa of that fast on another day.

There is no specific time for Niyyah. 

As regards the specified obligatory fasts such as fasting in the month of Ramadan, one can make their Niyyah at any time before the Fajr Adhan. 

It is better that, on the first night of the month Ramadan, one makes a Niyyah for the whole month in addition to making Niyyah for every single day. 

But as regards the fasts with no set time, such as the Qaḍā fasts of the month of Ramadan, or the expiatory (Kaffārah) fasts, one can make their Niyyah until noon on the condition that they have not done any of the invalidators of the fast. 

But one is free to make their Niyyah for recommended fasts until before sunset if they haven’t done any of the invalidators of the fast. 

 

 

 

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