The Things You Still Can Do While Fasting

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1. You still can pick the ears, nose, wearing eyeliner or putting eyemo into the eye. [See: Mukhtasar Sahih al-Bukhari (4511). Tagliqlut ta'liq (3/151-152). See Fathul Bari (4 / 153). HR Bukhari (2 / 681).]

2. You still can rinse your mouth and clean your nose during wudhu. But prohibited using excessive water entering the nose for those who fast. [HR Tirmidhi (3 / 146). Abu Dawood (2 / 308). Ahmad (4 / 32). Ibn Abi Syaibah (3 / 101). Ibn Majah (407). Nasaii (87). Sanadnya Sahih.]

3. You still can your wet body, pouring water on the head or bath, as in the heat. [HR Abu Daud (2365). Ahmad in musnadnya (5 / 376, 380,408,430). Real Sanadnya. Sahih by Al-Albanian in Sahih Sunan Abu Dawood (2 / 61). HR Bukhari (2 / 881). Mukhtasar Sahih Al-Bukhari (451 pages).]

4. You still can taste the food but never reach your throat (not to be swallow). [HR Bukhari (4 / 154). Ibn Saibah (3 / 47). Sufism (4 / 261). Hasan Hadith. Tagliqut ta'liq (3/151-152).]

5. You still can apply CUPPING (bekam) on your body. [HR Bukhari (4 / 155). Fathul Bari.]

6. Sugi (Siwak) or brushing teeth is allowed at any time. [HR Bukhari (2 / 311). Muslim (252). Fathul Bari (4 / 158). Syarah Sunnah (6 / 298). Sahih Ibn Khuzaimah (3 / 247)]

7. You still can fast if in junub (impurity), causing by having sex, menstruation if pass Imsak hour. [Al-Baqarah (2:187). HR Bukhari (4 / 123). Muslim (1109).]

8. You still can kiss your wife without having sex. [HR Bukhari (4 / 131). Muslim (1106). HR Ahmad in Musnad (2 / 185, 221). Sahih by Al-Albanian in the tree as-Sahihah (4 / 138).]

9. Putting medication into the ear  does not invalidate the fast as one views from t as-Shafi and supported also by Ibn Hazm. [Al Muhalla (6 / 203 = 204).]

10. Still can use oxygen for divers, sunnah-fasting or Ramadhan fasting [Majmu 'Fatawa (15/272-273). Ibn Bazz. Majmu 'Fatawa (19/212-213). Ibn Uthaimin.]

11. You still can use bronkhodiator. That is a tool for the treatment of asthmatic patients (shortness of breath.) [Majmu 'Fatawa (15/265). Ibn Bazz. Majmu 'Fatawa (19/209-210 Ibn Uthaimin. Fatwa Islamiyah (2 / 131).]

*credits tu Abu Muawiyah (for the info)
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