SuaraBandungBarat.id – The month of fasting is the time when it is obligatory for every Muslim who has reached puberty to refrain from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset.
One of the values embodied in this worship is the growing value of solidarity organically from fellow human beings to feel the ordeal of holding back food and drink all day.
So that it is hoped that awareness will grow together to care for fellow human beings.
However, it turns out that not all Muslims can carry out this worship to the fullest, one of which is Muslim women who usually get their period or ‘period’ within a month.
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And you can be sure that all women who have reached puberty and are experiencing this menstrual phase will not fast in full in one month of Ramadan.
So, how to make qada or pay for the missed fast? Here is Buya Yahya’s explanation.
According to Buya Yahya, a person is required to pay the debt of fasting calculated from the time he has menstruation or menstruation.
“When you are fasting when you menstruate, then you are obliged to make up qada and the method for making up it is different,” he explained.
“If you don’t want to fast because you are stubborn, then some scholars argue you have to pay it in cash, that day is fine,” he continued.
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“But if, for example, it was because you were playing and you didn’t know anything like that, then you can make up for the missed fast by paying in installments,” he said.
However, it should be remembered that before making up the qadha, it is recommended to count the qadha so as not to get caught up in anxiety.
“And remember that observing the obligatory fast is a greater reward than sunnah prayer and sunnah fasting, so it is obligatory to observe this,” he concluded.
And when a person is unable to pay qadha but first faces God according to Yahya’s advice, his heirs cannot distribute his inheritance first before the debt to God is paid first.
Source: YouTube Al-Bahjah TV
Contributor: Ehsa Nagara
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