I began my 29th day of fasting in Ramadan and
Then traveled to a country that same day that was celebrating what happens to my fast in this case?
You continue your fast because you began your fast in a country that Ramadan was still ongoing
So I'm in Saudi Arabia. I'
So today is the 29th. I'm fasting
Ie which is a Wednesday I reach India on my Wednesday
Morning, but it is Eid
Continue my fasting because I began when it was Ramadan and still Ramadan to me once the Sun sets. That's it
I celebrate my, of course because I'm traveling I can break my fast but
What counts is the time when I started?
Let me reverse this
today is Eid in Saudi Arabia, and I'm going to Morocco and
Morocco, they're still fasting and their tomorrow
So today I celebrated with my family in at noon time. I travelled to
Morocco and they're still fasting should I consider this to be Ramadan for me? There's no I
completed fasting 29 days in my hometown
So what counts?
Is the number of days you fasted?
Saturday Ramadan starts in Saudi Arabia, I
fasted until it was
27 days and then I traveled to India
Which was the last day of Ramadan, so I fasted with them a day
Now I completed 28 days and they celebrated. I
Have to celebrate Eid with them because I'm in their country now
After the day of Eid is over. I have to make up for a day
Why because the Prophet said earliest a lot of the month is either this
So in Islam, the lunar month is either 29 or 30 days. It can't be less
so if I fasted my own personal days
Twenty-eight days. I have one day missing if I fasted 29
31 days then my month is
Complete I did not miss a single day of
Wow, come on, you're confusing us. Bear with me
If I fasted in Saudi Arabia
29 days and today is the 30th of
Ramadan and I'm fasting and I traveled from Saudi Arabia on the 30th my 30th day
To Morocco and they were celebrating
So I skipped this day, which is the 30th for me of Ramadan because I'm traveling I reached
Morocco when it's so I said I have no day to
Make up. No you do why because the 30th day you were in Saudi Arabia?
this is a day of Ramadan for you and you skipped it because of traveling so you have to make up this thing and if
Someone said that our community
Fast 30 days every year of Ramadan. So is this permissible the answer is no
They're sinful for that
the Prophet prohibited
fasting the day of doubt and
What is the day of doubt?
The day of doubt is the 30th of Shaban
29th finished we have to observe
Moon if we did not see it by default tomorrow is the 30th of Shaban
Some people say I'm going too fast the. Why said just to be safe?
It can't be the first of Ramadan. This is sinful
You cannot disobey the Prophet on by your own whims and desires. You cannot be more Roman than the Romans
Are you more careful than the Prophet? That is awesome
You have to fast when you see the moon and you have to end your fast when you see the moon
To have it fixed thirty days every single year. This is totally unacceptable and an innovation
So I hope this did not confuse you if it is see it again. InshaAllah, and it should be helpful