Category: Fasting (Sawm)
Fatwa#: 38542
Asked Country: United Kingdom

Answered Date: Aug 13,2017

Title: Does the fast break when you have intimacy with clothes on?

Question

Salaam

 

During Ramadhan when your fasting you have sexsual relationship with your husband but your clothing are still on and climax is happened. Not normally this happens, is the fast valid or not?

 

Jazakumullahu 

Answer

If the husband and wife have intimacy with their clothes on and if they experience climax and ejaculate, then the fast will be invalidated. In such a situation, qadha [make up] for the broken fast is compulsory. There is no kaffarah of 60days for this situation. However, one should make Taubah and Istighfaar for not exercising precaution in preserving ones fast. [1][2][3][4][5]

 

And Allah Ta’āla Knows Best

Anas Sharieff Qasmi

Student Darul Iftaa

Hyderabad, India

Checked and Approved by,

Mufti Ebrahim Desai.

[1]أما لو أنزل قضى فقط [شامي ج :٦ ص:٢٧١]

[2]وإذ قبلت المرأةُ زوجها فكذلك الجواب في حقها وهذا إذا رأت بللأ[فتاوى ألتاتار خانييه ج:٣ ص:٣٨٦]

[3]الهندية ج:١ ص:٢٠٤

[4]فتاوى محمودية ج:١٠ ص:١٤٥

[5] بیوی سے دل لگی کے وقت انزال ہونے پر فساد روزہ کا حکم :روزہ فاسد ہو گیا اور قضا واجب ہے [فتاویٰ  دار العلوم زکریا ج :٣ ص:٢٩٩ ]

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