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To whom have legal excuse for not observe obligatory fast

Assalam alaikum warahmatullahe wabarkatohu
Dear brothers and sisters do you know there are some people who have legal excuse to not observed Obligatory  fast but who are they
Let us know about that in the light of authentic teaching of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Who have legal excuse to not observed Obligatory fast 👇


Hadith
It was narrated from Anas bin Malik that a man from the tribe of Banu “Abdul-Ashhal, while (one narrator) “Ali bin Muhammad said (he was) a man from the tribe of Banu “Abdullah bin Ka’b, said:

“The cavalry of the  Allah’s massanger (saws) attacked us, so I came to the  Allah’s massanger (saws) while he was eating a meal. He said: “Come and eat.’ I said: “I am fasting.’ He said: “Sit down and I will tell you about fasting.
Allah (swt) has relieved the traveler of half of the prayer, and He (Allah swt) has relieved the traveler, the pregnant, and the nursing mothers of the duty to fast.’ By Allah, the Prophet (saws) said them, both, or one of them, and now I feel so disappointed that I had not eaten of the food of the Allah’s massanger (saws).”


Hasan (Darussalam)
Sunan ibn majah. Hadith 1667
Book 7, Hadith 30


Conclusion 👇

* When this event took place, Anas bin Malik kabi  had already embraced Islam but his tribe had yet not embraced Islam.
*  Half of the prayer being forgiven to a traveler means the prayers consisting of four obligatory Rak’ah are offered with just two Rak’ah, whereas morning and sunset prayers are, even during a journey offered with the total obligatory raka’at .
*  A traveler, or a pregnant or breastfeeding woman are exempt from observing fasts, meaning they are not required to fast due to their excuse  and shall later make these up

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