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Summarized Fatawaa


Fatwa Number : 1135

Classified : Oaths and vows

Fatwa Type : Summarized Fatawaa


Question :

What is the ruling on someone who vowed to fast for two consecutive months, but failed to do so?


The Answer :

He is obliged to fulfill his vow by fasting for two consecutive months, but if he fails to do so then, it remains a debt on him until he either fulfills his vow, or dies. In case of his death, his guardian is supposed to fast on his behalf, or donate food from his estate in return for fasting, but if the guardian fails to do so then, it is all in the Hands of Allah.




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