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Syed Hussain

Does This Breaks The Fast ?

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Salam,

If a person fasts, prays Fajr and then goes sleep ( so round 2:45am be goes back to bed)

And during this sleep he experiences a wet dream, does this break or invalidate the fast ?

Also if you could provide evidence from some aytullahs that would be nice.

Thanks

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^are you sure as that after 2 am is non fasting hours. and one cannot enter fasting while being janub. atleast if thyat was before fajr. where is fajr 2 am ? 

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^are you sure as that after 2 am is non fasting hours. and one cannot enter fasting while being janub. atleast if thyat was before fajr. where is fajr 2 am ? 

..ahh i didnt even read the 2:45 am part or just skimmed over it. Fajr at 2:45??

Actually nevermind. According to OP, he fasted and then prayed Fajr so he is in state of Fasting and went to sleep. So It doesnt invalidate fast. Someone can correct me. But the question remains that Fajr time is a little off

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Sorry just realised this is in the brothers forum... :/

^are you sure as that after 2 am is non fasting hours. and one cannot enter fasting while being janub. atleast if thyat was before fajr. where is fajr 2 am ?

..ahh i didnt even read the 2:45 am part or just skimmed over it. Fajr at 2:45??

Actually nevermind. According to OP, he fasted and then prayed Fajr so he is in state of Fasting and went to sleep. So It doesnt invalidate fast. Someone can correct me. But the question remains that Fajr time is a little off

Fajr in the uk is from 2.10-4.40.

Im not sure the answer to OP

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Sexual intercourse

 

Sexual intercourse that breaks the fast takes place when the length of the penis head – at least – enters into the vagina, also the anus as an obligatory precaution. It breaks the fast for both the man and the woman, adult or otherwise, and for someone who inserts his penis and the other party whether an animal or otherwise as an obligatory precaution, dead or alive, whether the semen comes out or not.

 

Masturbation

Masturbation takes place when semen comes out of the man through acts, imaginations or scenes that lead to ejaculation. There are two conditions for this:

(1) It is probable that its coming out is because of that act, imagination or scene;

(2) He is not certain of his ability to control himself to prevent the semen coming out.

Based on this, there are three situations that can be imagined for the fast not becoming void by as a result of ejaculation:

1- If it was not probable for him that the semen would come out but it did come out unintentionally.

2- If he was certain that it would not come out but it did against his expectation.

3- If the semen came out without reason, or due to an illness.

Fourth: Staying intentionally in a state of Al-Hadath Al-Akbar

The fast is rendered broken if the person intentionally stays in a state of Al-Hadath Al-Akbar, the details of which are:

First: If the Hadath is haid or nifas and purity took place during the night and she did not wash on purpose until dawn, in this case her fasting is not valid. That said, the validity of her fast may be assumed in the following two cases: first, that she did not know that she had become pure before dawn, or she did know but forgot to wash; second, she knew that she had become pure but at a time that was too short to achieve purity, even by tayammom. In both of these cases, she must fast the following day and the fast is acceptable.

Second: If the Hadath was excessive or medium istihadha, in this case it is not obligatory for the validity of the fast that she had performs the wash for the two evening prayers (i.e. Maghreb and Isha), nor the daytime washes; however the recommended precaution to perform the daytime washes is emphasized.

Third: If the Hadath was touching the dead, then it does not affect the fast if this took place during the day; also, it is allowed to intentionally stay unwashed after it during the night until dawn.

Fourth: If the Hadath was janabah during the night, when awake, whether because of intercourse or otherwise, it is an obligatory precaution for the person to wash before dawn, and if he/she delays it intentionally, he must continue with his fast and fast again as Qadha’ with kaffarah (atonement) as an obligatory precaution. The same applies to the person who has janabah because of a wet dream (ihtilam) and wakes up before dawn and finds the janabah.

The ruling regarding someone who has had janabah during the night concerning sleeping before dawn rests on two situations:

If they intended to wake up to wash before dawn, here there are two possibilities:

a- That it was their habit to wake up, or that they set an alarm to wake them up; in this case they are allowed to continue to sleep on for two periods of sleep, and if their sleeping during the first or the second period stretches until dawn, their fasting is valid without consequences; and if they go to sleep a third time and do not wake up, their fasting will also be valid but, as an obligatory precaution, with Qadha’ without kaffarahif the janabah occurred while they were awake, such as with intercourse etc; but if the janabah occurred through a wet dream and he wakes up then goes to sleep for two periods, in this case Qadha’ will not be a precaution for the third sleep.

b- That it was not their habit to wake up and they did not set an alarm to wake them up; in this case they are not allowed to sleep before washing, and if they go to sleep intentionally, they will have sinned and have to continue their fast then perform Qadha’ and kaffarahas an obligatory precaution, whether the janabah occurred when they were awake or during a dream after which they woke up.

If they did not intend to wake up, in this case the ruling is exactly the same as in ( B) above.

If they have janabah during the night but forget to wash until dawn, here they should continue their fast without consequences, whether during Ramadan or otherwise.

The ruling of intentionally staying in a state of Al- Hadath Al- Akbarof a janabah, haid or nifas is exclusive to the fast that is obligatory originally, whether specified or not, such as the fasting of Ramadan, its Qadha’, the kaffarah fast, fasting instead of the hadi (slaughtering an animal in the pilgrimage) etc, hence this (staying in a state of Hadath until dawn) does not affect a recommended fast even if it becomes obligatory by a vow or the like.

If the time was too short for the person with janabah during the night to wash before dawn, he must perform tayammom instead of washing to make his fasting valid, then he has to wash for the prayer afterwards. However, if he intentionally puts himself in a state of janabah at a time when he knows that there will not be sufficient time either for washing or tayammom, in this case his ruling is that of the one who intentionally stayed with janabah.

It is more probable that the ruling that waking up with janabah does not invalidate the fast is for the fasting of Ramadan in particular, although the precaution to regard it as invalidating the fast should not be disregarded.

Q: What about intravenous injections?

The fasting person will have, as an obligatory precaution, broken his fast if he has an enema using fluids, even if for treatment. An enema with solids, such as suppositories or ointments, however, will not affect the validity of the fast.

The above ruling is specific to the enema being given in the anus; as for other places, it does not break the fast.

 

 

 

From Ayatollah Fadhlullah 

Edited by -Enlightened

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(salam)

 

salam,

does pre-cum (Pre-ejaculate) break your fast??? and do you have to do ghusl? Even if your in the month of Ramadan or no... please answer thanks 

 

No.

 

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As for Syed Hussain; since you already were in a state of fasting and then went to sleep, your fast doesn't break due to the wet dream. Of course if you wake up in that state before the time of fasting has begun, you need to perform the Ghusl. Most of the rulings on this topic can be read here: Remaining in Janabat or Haidh or Nifas till Fajr time 

 

Wassalam

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