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. Abdulilah Rabah Lahmami (Al Madeenah, S. Arabia)
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Questions to Sheikh Muhammad Al-Banna and Sheikh Ubayd Al-Jaabiree on Ramadan



Question 1

Is it permissible for a pregnant woman who is sick to stay at home
and miss the Eid salah?

3rd Shawaal 1426
Sheikh Muhammad Abdulwahhab al Banna said:
Yes it is allowed for her not to go to the ‎Eed prayer due to sickness


Question 2

Can a pregnant woman break her fast?
8 Ramadan 1426
Sheikh Ubayd ibn Abdillah al Jaabiree said:
Firstly, every Muslim must know, male and female, that pregnancy on its own is not a reason for someone to break their fast. Rather, the pregnant woman has also been addressed to fast the month of Ramadan. For it is only one month in the year and a pillar in Islam.

Secondly, if the pregnant woman sees some sickness (due to her fasting) such that the fasting becomes difficult while pregnant, for example, she vomits or she gets headaches, in this situation she can break her fast and fulfill the fast afterwards.

Thirdly, If the pregnancy affects her unborn child such that she knows this by way of a trustworthy Muslim doctor man or woman then she may break her fast also.

If she cannot find a Muslim doctor then a non Muslim doctor who is known for his skill in this field.


Question 3

What advice can you give us for this month of Ramadan?
8 Ramadan 1426
Sheikh Ubayd ibn Abdillah al Jaabiree replies:
Let it be clear to every male and female Muslim that fasting is not prescribed to just keep away from food and drink but it also includes keeping away from evil actions. The Messenger sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said that whoever does not leave evil talk while fasting then Allaah has no need that he leaves his food and drink. Ones should strive to benefit much in this month and strive to do good deeds. One should fulfill the obligations and is encouraged to perform the extra duties. In this month the good deeds are magnified and the sins are forgiven. So I advise you to guard the obligations of Allaah, those obligatory duties such as the Prayer and the Zakah (Charity). I advise you to be righteous to your parents and to keep the ties with your family. You must fulfill your trusts and be truthful in speech. You must fulfill your promises and oaths and other than that from the good deeds.

Abdulilah Lahmami



قال تعالى:{إنا نحن نزلنا الذكر وإنا له لحافظون}
قال الشيخ السعدي - رحمه الله - في تفسيره (3/31): " فلا يحرف محرف معنى من معانيه( القرآن ) إلا وقيض  الله له من يبين الحق المبين وهذا من أعظم آيات الله ونعمه على عباده المؤمنين".






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