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Traveller’s Fiqh Part 2: Fasting while travelling

Traveller’s Fiqh Part 2: Fasting while travelling

Most of you probably already know that travellers have a dispensation not to fast during Ramadan, and to make up these fasts later in the year. What follows inshaAllah will be a clarification of some important details that you’ll probably want to keep in mind before taking this dispensation. I want you to recall a very important point that was made in the first instalment of the series. Remember that it’s very important that we don’t get mixed up between the conventional usage of the word “travelling” and the specific legal “fiqh” usage of the word. By travelling we...

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Traveller’s Fiqh: The definition of a traveller

My name is Abdul Hadi, Sana’s husband, and she’s given me the task of revising the fiqh I’ve studied in order to come up with an easily understandable and practical guide to traveller’s fiqh. Over this series of articles I’ll be covering various aspects of the Islamic dispensations one may take while travelling. I’ll be approaching this exercise via the Hanafi madhab (school of thought). InshaAllah this series will be of assistance to you in your travels. Difficulty brings about ease. The first concept that we’ll be covering is the framework within which traveller’s fiqh exists. This can be summed up in the general statement – المَشَقَّةُ تَجْلِبُ التَّيْسِبيرَ...

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