Separating from one’s wife at true dawn

Separating from one’s wife at true dawn
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Separating from one’s wife at true dawn

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  • masjidmuhammad
  • Apr 03, 2021

Question:

A person engaged in sexual intercourse at the time of sehri, and
husband and wife fell asleep in that condition. When they woke up
after true dawn (subh sadiq), they separated themselves from each
other immediately. Is their fast invalidated? Do they have to keep qada
and pay kaffarah?

Answer:

The fast of both has not be invalidated because intercourse did not
take place after true dawn. There is neither qada nor kaffarah on
them.

From the following text we learn that if the husband removed his
private part immediately, there is no qada.

Engaging in intercourse forgetfully is similar to intercourse before fajr,
and both do not invalidate the fast. In the case where the person
engages in intercourse forgetfully and removes his private part
immediately upon remembering that he is fasting, there is no qada.
Therefore, even in the case of inserting his private part before fajr,
there will be no qada.

We learn from the above that insertion before fajr and removal after
fajr in the case where this is done forgetfully, the fast is not
invalidated. In other words, there is no qada.

However, a text of Maraqi al-Falah shows that a person who falls asleep
does not fall under the same ruling as the person who engages in
intercourse forgetfully. Observe the following:

We learn from the above that insertion before fajr and removal after
fajr in the case where this is done forgetfully, the fast is not
invalidated. In other words, there is no qada.
However, a text of Maraqi al-Falah shows that a person who falls asleep
does not fall under the same ruling as the person who engages in
intercourse forgetfully. Observe the following:

Allah ta‛ala knows best.

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