Intimate Relationship in Ramadan: Allowed?
Home» The limits of enjoyment between the husband and his wife ﴾Your wives are a tilth for you, so go to your tilth (have sexual relations with your wives in. Husband-Wife Relationship in Ramadan Q&A (Part 1). by noibilism | at There is no difference between an old man and a young man in this. Ramadan is the month of extra patience and charity, and who better to start regarding the new, and perhaps the most important, relationship in your life. weeks or months, along comes their first Ramadan as a husband or wife. can utilize this time (between maghrib and isha) to satisfy their desires.
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Abu Hurairah reported that a man came to the Messenger of Allah saws and said: The Prophet saws asked: There is no one in this city who is poorer than us!
Regarding the ruling on touching, hugging, or kissing, etc. I went to the Prophet saws and said: The Hanafiyyah and Shaf'iyyah say that it is disliked if it incites one's desires. If it does not do so, it is not disliked although it is better to avoid it.
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The question is whether or not the kiss excites one's desires. If it does, it is disliked. If it does not, it is not disliked although it is best to avoid it.
It does not matter if the kiss was on the cheek or on the lips, and so on.
Touching with the hand or embracing follow the same ruling as kissing. This made him very anxious, and so he sent his wife to the Prophet saws to ask him about that for him. She went in and saw Umm Salama, the wife of the Prophet saws and mentioned the matter to her, and Umm Salama told her that the Messenger of Allah saws used to kiss while he was fasting.
So she went back and told her husband that, but it only made him find fault all the more and he said, "We are not like the Messenger of Allah saws.
So, if the husband exceeds his limits and wants to have sexual intercourse with his wife during the day of Ramadan, she should not obey him; if he forces her to do so, she is not sinful, and thus is not required to expiate for such a deed.
Husband-Wife Relationship in Ramadan Q&A (Part 1)
However, she is to make up for that day later, as her fasting has been nullified by sexual intercourse. It is the husband who is sinful in that case and is required to repent and expiate for the sin he has committed.Muslim Couple relationship in Ramadan -- روزے کی حالت میں ہمبستری کرنا کیساہے
In his response to your question, Dr. It is unanimously agreed upon that sexual intercourse is one of the causes that nullify fasting.
They are your garments and ye are their garments. Allah knoweth what ye used to do secretly among yourselves; but He turned to you and forgave you; so now associate with them, and seek what Allah Hath ordained for you, and eat and drink, until the white thread of dawn appear to you distinct from its black thread; then complete your fast Till the night appears; but do not associate with your wives while ye are in retreat in the mosques.
Those are Limits set by Allah: Approach not nigh thereto.
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Thus doth Allah make clear His Signs to men: He the fasting person has left his food, drink and desires for My sake. It is forbidden for a Muslim to nullify his fast or another's fast without justification; he who does this intentionally incurs a grave sin.
There is a scholarly difference as to the legal rulings concerning forcing a person to break his fast before its due time. Let's narrow down this point to forcing one's wife to nullify her fast by performing sexual intercourse. The majority of jurists from the Hanafi and Maliki schools are of the opinion that if a man has forced his wife to make love to him during the day-time of a day in Ramadan, [she is not sinful, yet] she is to make up for that day later, for her fasting has been nullified by sexual intercourse.