Visit our YouTube channel for more Shaykh ‘Abdur-Razzaaq al-‘Abbaad narrates: Once, the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) was returning home from a battle, and when they reached a [suitable] place, they stopped to rest. The Prophet (‘alayhis-salaatu was-salaam) went to sleep, and so did the companions, and they appointed one of the companions to remain […]
If a person travelled [during Ramadhaan] for pleasure or other than that, is he excused from fasting? And what are the conditions for travel [during Ramadhaan] which would excuse one from fasting?
[At the moment] I am travelling, so if I joined a congregation of local residents for the ‘ishaa prayer, [as a traveller] should I finish my prayer after two rak’ahs, or should I pray all four rak’ahs along with them?
I advise you not to visit the rulers, and watch what you eat, [so you are certain] it is not haraam.
[When] I left Koofah for Makkah, I ate [some] food in Koofah, and the next [time I had something to eat was] in Makkah.