Fasting

When someone is fasting as Kafara (expiation) consecutive 60 days, but the same normal exemptions apply to breaking the fast. Just so that I am clear, am I allowed to break the fast due to travel for example and resume the fasting after travel is completed and still be considered consecutive?

If a person has fasted some days of the expiation, then something happens that is a legitimate excuse such as sickness or travel, or if a woman menstruates or bleeds...
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If I take the conservative route and assume that the haram act was twice, thus 120 days would be required. Is it 120 consecutive days or two separate 60 consecutive day events? Also, remember you speaking of a limit (or amount of expiation days considered impractical?), but I can not find it in my notes. Can you refresh my memory?

You can take a break after the first set of 60 days. So you don’t have to fast the 120 consecutive. There are some scholars who believe that one expiation...
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Mixed opinions on this and wanted to ask if you can combine the intention for making up days from ramadan and the 6 days of shawwal ?

You can fast the six days of Shawwal either immediately after the Eid day or delay them. You can also fast them either sequentially or separately throughout the month of...
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My wife had some missed days of fasting while pregnant and then nursing our sons. Can she give fidya/kaffara for those missed days ? she has missed 45 days and shes in her early 30’s with two kids, 5 yrs and 10 months. What do you advise on how we proceed?

First obligation would be for her to make up those days with no kafara because she had a legitimate Islamic reason to break her fast. Even if several Ramadans are...
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