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For illness or old-age

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For Pregnancy or Feeding

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Fasting Qadha' Guide

The ruling on repaying (qadha’) missed fast in Ramadhan falls under 3 categories:

1. Compulsory repayment (Wajib qadha’)

  • Those who are ill and whose illness may worsen or the healing process may be delayed if one fasts.
  • Those who travelled (musafir) approximately 84km or more.
  • Pregnant women or those who are breastfeeding and are worried of their own well-being.
  • Those in a state of nifas or haid.
  • Those who are too hungry or thirsty to the extent that it may harm one’s self.
  • Those whose fast was invalidated by one of the conditions that invalidate fast.

2. Compulsory fidyah payment but no need to repay fast (wajib fidyah)

  • Those in a state of critical illness, unable to fast and whose hopes of healing are very slim.
  • Those who are very weak and unable to fast due old age.

3.Compulsory repayment and fidyah (wajib qadha’ and fidyah)

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women who are worried of the child’s well-being.
  • Those who have not repaid their fast from the previous Ramadhan until the next Ramadhan arrives.
Last Update on: 24 June 2015