Imsakiyah schedule for today. West Java imsakiyah schedule, Thursday 30 March 2023. Imsak is a marker of the time to stop eating sahur during Ramadan.
Imsak can also be interpreted as the time to start holding back everything that breaks the fast.
However, at the time of imsak it is still permissible to eat and drink, as long as it is not yet dawn.
For some people, when the time for imsak has arrived during the month of Ramadan, it indicates that the fasting time has begun, so it is not permissible to eat and drink.
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Not infrequently, when the nearest mosque to the house has announced the time of imsak, someone immediately ends their meal.
However, this turned out to be not true. Imsak is not a sign that fasting has begun so that the sahur activity must be ended immediately.
Suara.com reported from NU.or.id, the time to start fasting is determined by the rising of the sun, not marked by the time of imsak.
This also refers to the explanation of Sheikh Abul Hasan Ali bin Muhammad bin Habib Al-Mawardi in his book entitled Al-Iqna’ Fil Fiqhi Asy-Syafi’i as follows.
“The time of fasting is from the rising of the second dawn until the setting of the sun. However (it would be better if) the fasting person does imsak (stop eating and drinking) a little earlier before the rising of the dawn,” (Tehran: Dar Ihsan, 1420 H, p. 74).
From this explanation, it can be concluded that the limit for ending the sahur activity, namely eating and drinking, starts at sunrise. Not on the call for imsak from the musala or mosque.
Setting the imsak time 10 minutes before dawn as a marker for the rising of the sun is a form of warning. Likened to a traffic light, imsak is a yellow light.
If you change from a green light directly to a red light without a yellow light first, it will certainly endanger motorists. With the imsak aims to provide a transition period from dawn to the start of fasting.
West Java Imsakiyah schedule based on the Ministry of Religion’s Islamic Community Guidance today:
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