What is the ruling if a man gets sexually stimulated through no action on his own (he did not touch any body part, but he may have unintentionally come across an image that aroused him) and discharges mani?
This would have the same ruling as a wet dream; it would not invalidate his fast, but he needs to perform ghusl.
What is the ruling if a fasting person eats, drinks, or has sexual relations with their spouse out of forgetfulness?
This does not invalidate the fast. Allah forgives that which is done out of forgetfulness.
What is a seventh invalidator of the fast and what is the evidence for it?
Vomiting deliberately invalidates the fast and the evidence is in the following hadith: The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Whoever vomits involuntarily does not have to make up the fast, but whoever […]
Which matters that invalidate the fast are specifically mentioned in hadith?
The other things that break the fast were mentioned by the Prophet (pbuh) in his Sunnah. They include cupping, deliberate vomiting, menstruation/nifaas, and masturbation.
Which matters that invalidate the fast are specifically mentioned in the Qur’an?
Three major matters that invalidate the fast are mentioned in the Qur’an. They are intercourse, eating, and drinking. “So now have sexual relations with them and seek that which Allaah […]
What are the matters that invalidate the fast?
Some of the things that invalidate the fast involve fluids coming out of the body, which weaken it. They are: intercourse masturbation deliberate vomiting menstruation/nifaas cupping Certain things/fluids that go […]