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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 6th September 2016 10:43
Is it permissible to make an intention to fast a missed sawm during fajr time? Over here (islamqa.org/hanafi/qibla-hanafi/37276 ) it says the following,

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The time for intention lasts up to midday for specifically obligatory, specifically necessary, sunna and recommended fasts. This is mid-way between the beginning of fajr time to sunset (the beginning of maghrib time).

The intention for non-specifically obligatory and non-specifically necessary fasts must be made before the beginning of fajr time.


What does "specifically obligatory/necessary" or "non-specifically obligatory/necessary" mean? Are qada's considered specifically obligatory or non-specifically obligatory?
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 6th September 2016 17:07
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Is it permissible to make an intention to fast a missed sawm during fajr time?
Are qada's considered specifically obligatory or non-specifically obligatory?


Intention has to be made before the beginning of Fajr for the Qada of Ramadan which are non-specific obligatory(fard) Fasts.


TYPES OF FASTS

1. Specific obligatory (fard) fast: Fasting for the whole month of Ramadan once a year.

2. Non-specific obligatory (fard) fast: The duty upon one to make up a fast missed in the month of Ramadan with or without a valid reason.

3. Specific necessary (wajib) fast: To vow to keep a fast on a specific day or date for the sake of Allah, upon the fulfillment of a wish or desire (nadhr)

4. Non-specific necessary (wajib) fast: To vow or pledge to keep a fast without fixing any day or date, upon the fulfillment of a wish (nadhr). Those fasts which are kept for breaking one’s qasm (oath) also fall under this category.

INTENTION

The time for intention lasts up to midday for specifically obligatory, specifically necessary, sunna and recommended fasts. This is mid-way between the beginning of fajr time to sunset (the beginning of maghrib time).

The intention for non-specifically obligatory and non-specifically necessary fasts must be made before the beginning of fajr time.

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 6th September 2016 22:15
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Thank you. Jazak Allahu Khayran
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