What Is Permissible for Husband and Wife During Ramadan? Read This!

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The second important point about “what is permissible for husband and wife during Ramadan?” what I will explain now are some common things that husbands and wives can do in Ramadan. As Muslims, we must understand it all.

In general, if we read some of the literacies of Islamic law, we will find an explanation that some of the things that husbands and wives are allowed to do in Ramadan are as follows:

One: kissing.

Kissing is one of the things husband and wife can do in Ramadan when they are both fasting. Of course, this is on the condition that they don’t swallow their partner’s saliva. If they swallow their partner’s saliva, their fast is broken. Kissing like that should not be done in Ramadan when they are fasting.

Two: hugging each other.

Hugging each other is the second thing husband and wife can do in Ramadan when they are both fasting. Hugging I mean here is a hug that does not make them both secrete their own sperm. If their sperm both come out due to hugging, their fast is broken. Hugging like that is not allowed in Ramadan.

Three: touching each other.

Touching each other is the third thing a husband and wife can do in Ramadan when they are both fasting. By touching what I mean here is touching that does not make them both secrete their own sperm. If their sperm both come out due to contact, their fast is broken. Touching like that is not allowed in Ramadan.

Four: sleeping together.

Sleeping together is the fourth thing a husband and wife can do in Ramadan when they are both fasting. Sleeping together I mean here is a sleep that does not make them both secrete their own sperm. If their sperm both come out from sleeping together, their fast is broken. Sleeping together like that is not allowed in Ramadan.

Five: do things that do not break the fast, such as sex and so on.

That is a brief explanation of “what is permissible for husband and wife during Ramadan?” and some important things about it. Do you understand? If you want to ask, please ask!

I think that’s enough for this article. Hope it is useful. Amen.

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