Date :Monday, April 19th, 2021 | Time : 05:13 |ID: 206566 | Print
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Islamic Laws on fasting: Things that invalidate a fast – Deliberate vomiting

SHAFAQNA- Islamic Laws on fasting according to the Fatwas of the Grand Ayatollah Sistani.

Things that invalidate a fast: Deliberate vomiting

Ruling 1616: Whenever a fasting person intentionally vomits, his/her fast becomes invalid even if  vomited out of necessity or because of illness or suchlike. However, if he/she vomits unintentionally or involuntarily, there is no problem [and his fast remains valid].

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French

Le jeûne: Le vomissement

Article 570: Si une personne en état de jeûne vomit intentionnellement, son jeûne devient invalide, même s’il l’a fait à cause d’une maladie. Toutefois, si on vomit involontairement ou par erreur, le jeûne ne devient pas invalide.

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Spanish

El Ayuno: Vomitar voluntariamente

Reglas : Si el ayunante hiciera algo que provocara intencionalmente el vómito, su ayuno será inválido, aunque se tratase de un caso defuerza mayor.

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The full text of the Islamic Laws according to the Fatwas of the Grand Ayatollah Sistani is available in English here:

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/

In French:

https://www.sistani.org/french/book/55/

In Spanish:

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