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    Assalamu Alaikum a tutti e Ramadan Mabruk.
    Vorrei chiedere ai fratelli e sorelle se hanno materiale da postare riguardo a digiuno per gravidanza. Mi spiego ieri mia moglie ha saputo di essere incinta grazie a Dio L'Altissimo. Però già non stà bene .La sua precedente gravidanza l'ha portata a stare a letto...diciamo in forma pesante, poi le sorelle con figli sanno che il discorso è soggettivo.
    Mia moglie il digiuno lo ha fatto fino a ieri, oggi lo ha interrotto. Avete qualche risposta a riguardo'.
    Jazak'Allahu Khairan.
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    bismiLlahi arRahmani arRahim

    As salamu aleikum wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuhu fratello.

    Innanzitutto prego che Allah Ta'ala vegli su tua moglie e sulla creatura che ha in grembo, insha Allah.

    Qui c'è una fatwa sull'argomento: http://www.turntoislam.com/forum/showthread.php?t=38322

    I pareri al riguardo sono assolutamente unanimi: se la donna gravida o che allatta teme per la sua salute o per quella del proprio bambino, è esonerata dal digiuno. Senza per questo avere colpa o commettere un atto illecito o riprovevole (haram o makruh). Allah volendo, recupererà in seguito il digiuno.

    Subhana Allah, io ho avuto problemi di una certa rilevanza nelle gravidanze passate e sono stata costretta a letto e a prendere farmaci, mashaa Allah. Non ho quindi digiunato, recuperando in seguito.

    The fact that a pregnant woman is permitted not to fast is indicated by the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “Allaah has waived half of the prayer and fasting from the traveller, and from pregnant and breastfeeding women.” Narrated by al-Nasaa’i, 2274; classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh Sunan al-Nasaa’i.

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    Ruling on the fast of a pregnant woman who is affected by fasting
    Is it mandatory for a pregnant woman to observe fasting in Ramadhan and Ashoo'ra. I advised my wife not to fast during last Ramadhaan and she was not fasting because she was pregnant.She was weak and anaemic last time when she was pregnant. She had miscarried by end of Ramadhan when she was 12 weeks pregnant. What is the ruling about her missed fasting during ramadhan. Does she have to complete them before next ramadhaan. Can she fast normally when she finds that she is pregnant?. She always insist on fasting during pregnancy. Any medical evidences will also help that the baby won't be harmed by fasting during pregnancy.


    This question covers three topics:

    1-The ruling on a pregnant woman breaking her fast in Ramadaan

    2-How a miscarriage in Ramadaan affects a woman’s fast

    3-The ruling on making up fasts after Ramadaan

    With regard to the pregnant woman: it is permissible for her not to fast if she fears some harm which she thinks will most likely affect her and/or her baby. Breaking the fast becomes obligatory if she fears that she may die or be severely harmed if she fasts. In that case she has to make up the fast later on but she does not have to pay the fidyah. This is according to the consensus of the fuqaha’, because Allaah says (interpretation of the meanings):

    “And do not kill yourselves”
    [al-Nisa’ 4:29]

    “and do not throw yourselves into destruction”

    [al-Baqarah 2:195]

    The scholars are similarly agreed that it is not obligatory to pay the fidyah in this case, because a woman in this case is like one who is sick and one who fears for his life.

    If the woman fears for her baby only (and not for herself), then some of the scholars are of the view that it is permissible for her to break her fast, but they say that she must make up the fast later on and pay the fidyah (which means feeding one poor person for each day not fasted), because of the report narrated from Ibn ‘Abbaas concerning the verse (interpretation of the meaning):

    “And as for those who can fast with difficulty, (e.g. an old man), they have (a choice either to fast or) to feed a Miskeen (poor person) (for every day)”

    [al-Baqarah 2:184]

    Ibn ‘Abbaas said: This is a concession allowed to old men and women, who can only fast with difficulty; they are allowed to break the fast and to feed one poor person for each day of fasting missed. This also applies to pregnant and nursing women, if they are afraid.” Abu Dawood said: “i.e., if they are afraid for their children, they may break the fast.” (Narrated by Abu Dawood, 1947; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in al-Irwa’, 4/18, 25).

    (See al-Mawsoo’ah al-Fiqhiyyah, 16/272)

    Hence it is clear that if fasting will cause great harm to a woman or to her baby, she is obliged to break the fast, on condition that the doctor who states that fasting will cause harm is a doctor who can be trusted.

    This has to do with breaking the fast during Ramadaan. With regard to ‘Aashoora, fasting on this day is not obligatory, according to scholarly consensus; rather it is mustahabb, and it is not permissible for a woman to observe a naafil fast when her husband is present, except with his permission. If he tells her not to fast then she has to obey him, especially if that is in the interests of the foetus.

    With regard to miscarriage: “If the matter is as mentioned, that the miscarriage occurred in the third month of pregnancy, then the blood that comes out is not considered to be the blood of nifaas (bleeding following childbirth), rather it is the blood of istihaadah (non-menstrual vaginal bleeding), because what the woman passed was a clot (‘alaqah) in which there were no human features. On this basis, she should pray and fast even if she sees some blood, but she should do wudoo’ for each prayer, and she has to make up the days when she did not fast and the prayers that she missed.”

    (See Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 10.218)

    With regard to the fasts that she has missed: “Everyone who owes fasts from Ramadaan has to make them up before the next Ramadaan. He may delay that until Sha’baan. But if the next Ramadaan comes and he has not made them up and had no excuse for that, then he is guilty of sin and he has to make them up as well as feeding one poor person for each day, as was stated by a number of the Companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). The amount to be given is half a saa’ of the local staple food for each day, which may be given to a number of poor persons or to one. But if a person had an excuse for delaying making up the fasts, because he was sick or was travelling, then all he has to do is to make up the missed fasts, and he does not have to feed the poor, because of the general meaning of the verse (interpretation of the meaning):

    ‘but if any of you is ill or on a journey, the same number (should be made up) from other days’

    [al-Baqarah 2:184].

    And Allaah is the Source of strength.”

    (Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 15/340)


    Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajid


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    Is it better for a pregnant woman to fast or not to fast?
    Is it better Islamically for a pregnant Muslim woman to fast or not fast in the month of Ramadan?


    A pregnant woman is obliged to fast, just like anyone else, unless she fears for herself or for her baby, in which case it is permissible for her not to fast.

    Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) said, concerning the verse (interpretation of the meaning):

    “And as for those who can fast with difficulty, (e.g. an old man), they have (a choice either to fast or) to feed a Miskeen (poor person) (for every day)”

    [al-Baqarah 2:184]

    “This was a concession granted to old men and old women who are able to fast but it is difficult, so they are allowed not to fast, and must feed one poor person for each day; and for those who are sick or pregnant, if they fear for their children, so they are allowed not to fast and must feed (one poor person for each day).” Narrated by Abu Dawood, 2317; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Irwa’ al-Ghaleel, 4/25, 18.

    It should be noted that it may be permissible, obligatory or haraam for a pregnant woman not to fast.

    It is permissible for her not to fast if fasting is too difficult for her, but will not harm her.

    It is obligatory for her if fasting will cause harm to her or her baby.

    It is haraam for her if no hardship results from her fasting.

    Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

    In the case of a pregnant woman, one of two scenarios must apply:

    1 – She is strong and active, and fasting does not cause any hardship to her or affect her baby. This woman is obliged to fast, because she has no excuse for not fasting.

    2 – When a woman is not able to fast, because the pregnancy is too difficult for her, or because she is physically weak, or for some other reason. In this case she should break the fast, especially if it will cause harm to her baby – in which case she is obliged not to fast.

    Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, 1/487

    Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

    Pregnant and breastfeeding women come under the same ruling as those who are sick. If fasting is too difficult for them, it is prescribed for them to break the fast, and they have to make up missed fasts when they are able to do so, just as in the case of one who is sick. Some of the scholars were of the view that it is sufficient for them to feed one poor person for each day missed, but this is a weak (da’eef) view. The correct view is that they have to make up the missed days, as is the case of those who were sick and for travellers, because Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

    “but if any of you is ill or on a journey, the same number (should be made up) from other days”

    [al-Baqarah 2:184]

    This is also indicated by the hadeeth of Anas ibn Maalik al-Ka’bi, according to which the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘Allaah has exempted the traveller from the obligation of fasting and has reduced the prayer by half for him, and has exempted pregnant and breastfeeding women from the obligation of fasting.” (Narrated by the five).

    End quote. From Tuhfat al-Ikhwaan bi Ajwabah Muhimmah tata’alliq bi Arkaan al-Islam, p. 171

    And Allaah knows best.


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    Insha Allah prego di esserti stata in qualche modo utile.
    Una preghiera per tua moglie e per la piccola creatura.

    :wasalam::blackhijab:
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    mash'Allah tabarakAllah fratello! Che bella notizia! Allahu Akbar! Insh'Allah Allah vegliera' su tua moglie ed il bambino!

    La sorella mujahidamuslima ti ha gia' dato una serie di fatawa che spero aiuteranno te e tua moglie insh'Allah. In situazioni simili penso sempre: l'Islam è semplice,Allah sub'hana wa' ta'ala l'ha reso una religione perfetta mash'Allah!Siamo noi esseri umani a renderlo difficile avvolte subhanAllah!
    Cmq,dopo tutte queste fatawa e da quello che ci hai detto,se potessi dare un consiglio a tua moglie,le direi di evitare. So benissimo che magari si sente in colpa ma alhamdulillah Allah ci avra' dettato queste leggi per un motivo.

    Wa' Allahu a'alam!

    Passa il mio Salam a tua moglie insh'Allah!

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    Assalamu Alaikum......Jazak'Allahu khairan sorelle per l'aiuto fornito in tempo reale.
    Mia moglie Halimah vi ringrazia chiedendo ad Allah l'Altissimo la ricompensa per voi sorelle che subito avete aiutato una sorella con un dubbio.
    Jazak'Allahu Khairan
    Abu Umar.

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