The Conditions of Fasting (Maliki)

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What are the conditions of fasting in islam?

There are three conditions of fasting:

a. The Conditions for the Fasting to be Considered Fardh:

There are three conditions for this:

  1. To have reached puberty,
  2. To be strong enough to fast,
  3. To not be on a journey.

b. The Conditions for the Fasting to be Sahih:

There are two conditions needed for the fasting to be considered sahih:

  1. To be a Muslim,
  2. To fast at a time when it is appropriate to fast.

c. The Fardhiyat and Sihhah Conditions of Fasting

There are three conditions needed for the fasting to be fardh and sahih:

  1. To be of sound mind,
  2. For the woman not to be menstruating or in the period right after childbirth,
  3. For the month of Ramadhan to come about.

Source: Fiqh1 (According To The Maliki School Of Islamic Law), Erkam Publications

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