In Ramadan can a person fast if they drink alicohal?
Ramadan is a Muslim holy time. Only Muslims observe the fast during Ramadan. The fast preculdes observant Muslims from eating or drinking anything between sunrise and sunset. Muslims don't drink alcohol. So, no, it would be wrong for a Muslim to drink alcohol at any time, including Ramadan.
If you break your fast UN intentionally you will have to keep a fast outside Ramadan to compensate for the fast you broke.whereas if you break your fast intentionally example eating drink or smoking then you will have to fast for a continuous 60 days or if you can not do that then you will have to feed 60 poor people 2 ,meals for 1 day.
Dear, sir/madam, do not say Ramadan but say the Month of Ramadan, because Ramadan is one of the 99 names of Allah (S.W.T), so going back to you question, Fasting in the Holy Month of Ramadan is to fast from: Eating/Drinking Having Sexual Intercourse Swearing smoking Evil doings etc etc. The Holy month of Ramadan is to make you a better person and a closer of one at that to God the Almighty.
Muslims do eat and drink during the month of Ramadan, however, it is to be noted that during the time of the fast; before sunrise till sunset, Muslims cannot eat or drink anything, given that they have set the intention of fasting. If they aren't fasting or, the time is not the above-mentioned, then there are no restrictions whatsoever towards eating or drinking.
No, you don't have to eat in the morning to fast in Ramadan. By definition:Fasting for Ramadan is to refrain from eating, drinking, and practicing sex (oral or intercourse) during the daytime starting from just before dawn until start of sunset. It is recommended and preferred (but not manadatory), per religion, to drink water and take a light meal as late as possible but, of course, before dawn.
They fast for all days of Ramadan month. Each day, they fast from dawn (first light which is around 1 1/2 before sunrise) until sunset. During fasting period, Muslims not allowed to eat, drink, do sex, or smoke. Out of the fasting period they allowed to do all what is allowed to them in normal non-fasting days.
Generally, because Muslims honor the holiday, no pork is allowed but that is never allowed. During the fast of Ramadan no food or drink is allowed from sun-up to sun-down. The exact time or the fast depends on the lunar calender, which the Muslims use to guide them. However, when the sun is down, the fast is broken usually in groups such as friends or family.
Yes, Muslims do fast. They fast for 30 days and the month in which they fast in called, Ramadan. The fast lasts from sunrise to sunset where a Muslim is not allowed to eat or drink. It is meant to teach a Muslim about self restraint and give them control over their lives and it also makes a Muslim thankful for what they have. Also, tend not to swear, curse, lie etc more so than…
The month of Ramadan is the holy month of Islam. Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islam (Hijra) Calendar. Ramadan is the holy month in which all muslims fast, fasts that you missed without any reason at all, you have to pay for the food supplies of one person for one day. If you had a reason (especially girls) then you have to make up your fast(s) after the holy month.
"Ramadan is the month in which people of the Islamic religion fast" "My friend is Muslim and during the month of Ramadan she fasts" People also tend to say: "He's celebrating Ramadan" Obviously people who are aware of what Ramadan is know that you are referring to the fasting but just to be clear Ramadan is the MONTH of which they fast (the ninth month on the Islamic Calendar).
The woman is not allowed in Ramadan to fast or to perform the ritual praying during her menstruation (monthly period cycle). However, she should fast after Ramadan, as soon as she can, to compensate for the same number of days that she didn't fast in Ramadan. No compensation for the missed praying is required.