Reasons for which one may excused from fasting in Ramadan

The Law of Moses’ Fasting In Modern Transportation Period. A traveler who is in a situation like that can be too fast and break the fast, because Allaah says,“And whoever is ill or on a journey, (let him fast the same), the
prescribed period (Should be made up) by days had left it, on the other
days.” (Qur’an, al-Baqarah: 185).
The
friends were out on a journey with the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa
sallam, among them there is a break and some are fast, while the Prophet
himself fast on the way, as was said by Abu Darda’ something from
‘anhu, “We went with the Messenger of Allah
‘alaihi
wa sallam in the month of Ramadan in the sweltering heat, so there are
some of us who had to put a hand on the head part of us that have had to
put a hand on his head to shelter from the hot sun.
None among us who fasted than the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam and Abdullah bin Rawahah. “(HR. Agreed alaih).

Rule for a traveler, he can choose between breaking the fast, but if fasting does not incriminate him, then it is better; because fasting in the course of three faidah:First, follow the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam.Second, simple, or easy fast with the crowd; because if a person fasts together with people more light (easy) for him.Third, the rapid absolved of responsibility.If he objected to fast, then he should not fast. Not
good to fast on the go in a situation like this, because the Prophet
sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam saw a man who drowned and people milling
around.
The Prophet asked, “Why him?” They replied, “Fasting.” He said, “Not good fast on the way.” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim). This hadith is common to anyone who has difficulty to fast on the go.Thus
we say, “If you travel in the time it’s easy – as it says the
questioner – so as not to burden many a traveler to fast if fasting does
not incriminate him, the better he’s fast.”

A traveler who is in a situation like that can be too fast and break the fast, because Allaah says,“And whoever is ill or on a journey, (let him fast the same), the
prescribed period (Should be made up) by days had left it, on the other
days.” (Qur’an, al-Baqarah: 185).
The
friends were out on a journey with the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa
sallam, among them there is a break and some are fast, while the Prophet
himself fast on the way, as was said by Abu Darda’ something from
‘anhu, “We went with the Messenger of Allah
‘alaihi
wa sallam in the month of Ramadan in the sweltering heat, so there are
some of us who had to put a hand on the head part of us that have had to
put a hand on his head to shelter from the hot sun.
None among us who fasted than the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam and Abdullah bin Rawahah. “(HR. Agreed alaih).Rule for a traveler, he can choose between breaking the fast, but if fasting does not incriminate him, then it is better; because fasting in the course of three faidah:First, follow the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam.Second, simple, or easy fast with the crowd; because if a person fasts together with people more light (easy) for him.Third, the rapid absolved of responsibility.If he objected to fast, then he should not fast. Not
good to fast on the go in a situation like this, because the Prophet
sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam saw a man who drowned and people milling
around.
The Prophet asked, “Why him?” They replied, “Fasting.” He said, “Not good fast on the way.” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim). This hadith is common to anyone who has difficulty to fast on the go.Thus
we say, “If you travel in the time it’s easy – as it says the
questioner – so as not to burden many a traveler to fast if fasting does
not incriminate him, the better he’s fast.”

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