8 Things That Won’t Break Fast (Rozaa) – Verdict By Islamic Scholars

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The holy month of Ramadan has been started. There are many things to be remembered about fasting. Have you ever thought of the things which might or might not affect your fast?  We are not going to discuss the basics here but, we are going to discuss some of the controversial things. We will enlighten you about the things which do not break fast.

Moreover, there are many myths about things which may break your fast but, there are no authentic proofs about those myths. So, we are going to reveal some of the most important things which scholars have said that they won’t break your fast.

List of the things and their influence on fast

Nose Bleeding & its Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict, nose bleeding won’t break your fast as long as it is not done intentionally.

Scholar: Al-Lajnaa.

Having a Blood Test & its Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict having a blood test won’t break your fast as long as you are not donating blood in a huge amount.

Scholar: Al-Lajnaa.

Getting a Tooth Removed & its Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict, it will not break your break your fast as long as the bleeding is less than the amount of cupping.

Scholar: Ibn-e-Uthaymeen, Muqbil.

Brushing Teeth & its Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict brushing teeth will not break your fast as long as you do not swallow something.

Scholar: Al-Fawzaan, Ibn Baz.

Eye Drops or Ear Drops & their Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast Break Your Fast

As per verdict ear drops & eye drops won’t break your fast.

Scholar: Ibn Baz, Ibn Al-Uthaymeen.

Nose Drops & their Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict using nose drops will break your fast.

Scholar: Ibn Baz.

Using Kohl (Surma) Won’t Break Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict using Kohl won’t break your fast.

Scholar: Ibn Al-Uthaymeen.

Using an Inhaler & its Influence on Fast

Break Your Fast

As per verdict using an inhaler won’t affect your fast.

Scholar: Ibn Al-Uthaymeen, Muqbil.