It was narrated that the prophet (ﷺ) came out in Ramadan and lead the people in prayer. He came back again the following night and again lead people and after that he again came out, but then he did not come out, explaining that he did not want to make it obligatory upon the people.
FAQ Category: Ramadan Q&A
Some people who cannot fast can feed the needy to absolve themselves and this is called fidya Those who are sick and unable to make up fasts can feed a poor person per day. “[Observing Sawm (fasts)] for a fixed number of days, but if any of you is ill or on a journey, the
As a general rule, if something reaches the throat through the nose or mouth, it is prohibited. Thus the use of inhalers is prohibited whilst fasting. For the person that requires it, he or she has been granted a concession not to fast due to illness. In Summary, the inhaler does break the fast and
As for nose drops, if they reach the back of the throat and they can be tasted, then it invalidates the fast. This is because the prophet encouraged the snuffing of water unless one is fasting. Laqit ibn Saburah narrated that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: Snuff up water freely unless you