SuaraBandung.id – The month of Shaban is the 8th month in the Hijri calendar. This month is known as a month filled with virtues and blessings, where Muslims are encouraged to increase their worship practices, including fasting.
But it is important to know, even though fasting in the month of Shaban is not obligatory, it is recommended and highly recommended by Rasulullah SAW because it has many features.
Reporting from his official YouTube channel, Buya Yahya explained, fasting in the month of Shaban can be considered as physical or spiritual preparation in welcoming the month of Ramadan.
According to Buya Yahya, the Prophet SAW also taught to fast in the month of Shaban in order to get used to performing obligatory worship for a whole month in the coming Ramadan.
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The month of Shaban is held for 15 days. This means that fasting for the month of Shaban 2023 can be carried out from 21 February to 8 March 2023.
However, according to Buya Yahya, the Shaban fast can still be observed until the 30th of Shaban.
“Fasting from the 1st to the 15th of the month of Sha’ban is not a confirmed fast but it is still recited, and it doesn’t have to be until the 15th, until the 30th of Sha’ban is recited,” he explained.
Shaban Fasting Can Be Makruh
It should be noted, Buya Yahya explained that Shaban fasting could become makruh after the 15th of the month of Shaban passes.
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“It is only in the school of Imam Shafi’i, if there is a person who has never fasted and it is not to pay a debt, then it is forbidden to fast after the 15th of Sha’ban,” he said.
Buya Yahya added, according to Imam Syafi’i, a Muslim should first fast on the 15th of the month of Shaban. If you fast after that date, it will be makruh.
However, the law of makruhnya fasting will be lost if it fulfills the following three conditions.
1. It is not Makruh if mengqodho
2. Accustomed to fasting the sunnah on the previous day
3. Continued between fasting on the 15-16th of the month of Shaban
Even so, said Buya Yahya, other schools of thought did not discuss the matter of makruh law. This is because in the hadith of the Prophet, it has been explained that it is customary to fast in the month of Shaban.* M. Rizky Pratama
Source: YouTube channel Buya Yahya
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