Does vomiting break the fast? Dr Zakir Naik answers crucial Ramazan query
LONDON - As the month of Ramazan has dawned upon us, multiple queries have surfaced regarding Islamic injunctions regarding when the fast is broken and when it remains intact due to certain physiological issues.
The most common question regarding fast is whether it is invalidated when someone vomits or not.
Dr Zakir Naik of Peace TV has answered the question in a short video. According to the scholar, if the vomiting is intentional- by sticking fingers inside the throat or deliberately viewing nasty stuff or due to any other reason - then the fast would definitely be broken.
Naik also cited multiple Ahadees (sayings of the Last Prophet Muhammad PBUH) from Sunan Al Tirmidhi and Sunan Abi Dawad and claimed that for unintentional vomiting , one should continue to observe his fast .
He, however, stipulated that one should not swallow the vomit after it has arrived in the mouth, otherwise, it would nullify his/her fast .
- Govt to spend more than Rs30b on higher education this year, says ...11:57 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Youth-led projects showcased in Student Leaders Conference08:41 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Infinix, CarlCare join hands with M&P to provide unmatched after-sale ...08:26 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- PSL Draft 2020: Franchises pick players from platinum, diamond, gold ...08:06 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Justice (retd) Altaf Ibrahim takes oath as acting ECP chief06:15 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Mehwish Hayat says Pervez Musharraf deserves a chance to be heard02:30 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Kate Middleton thanks Maheen Khan with sweet note02:06 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Humayun Saeed shares an all smile picture with brothers01:39 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Zameen.com launches new Plot Finder tool to facilitate online plot ...07:25 PM | 22 Nov, 2019
- Azadi March: Chaudhry brothers active for compromise talks as Fazl ...12:08 AM | 5 Nov, 2019
- 8 Reasons to buy HONOR 8 Series04:49 PM | 23 Oct, 2019
- Meet members of Pakistan’s first-ever National Youth Council05:05 PM | 1 Jul, 2019