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    non of my business.
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    Nothing. Its between themselves and God.
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    Though it is none of my business I find it really disgusting the fact that people have to go and harm their bodies this way-I mean why is it then forbidden?
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    If they drink, it's their business, being a Muslim means we cannot judge others for their actions.
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    (Original post by LostGirlOnTheRun)
    Though it is none of my business I find it really disgusting the fact that people have to go and harm their bodies this way-I mean why is it then forbidden?
    Alcohol is harming your body but drinking nothing all day in hot countries isn't? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    Alcohol is harming your body but drinking nothing all day in hot countries isn't? :rolleyes:
    I get what you mean..I never said that..and I was just answering the question!
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    Alcohol is harming your body but drinking nothing all day in hot countries isn't? :rolleyes:
    Muslims correct me if I'm wrong, but I think they're allowed to break their fast if they start feeling really unwell (?) Not 100% sure about that.

    But yes alcohol is definitely harmful for your body :lol:
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    May Allah give them Hadiyat Ameen.
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    May Allah give them Hadiyat Ameen.
    What does that mean?
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    (Original post by inhuman)
    Alcohol is harming your body but drinking nothing all day in hot countries isn't? :rolleyes:

    http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Healthyra...andhealth.aspx


    "A detoxification process also occurs, because any toxins stored in the body's fat are dissolved and removed from the body."
    "After a few days of fast, higher levels of endorphins appear in the blood, making you more alert and giving an overall feeling of general mental wellbeing."

    how is this harming your body?

    also, I couldn't care less about whether other Muslims drink or not, it's totally up to them.
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    (Original post by IRoranth)
    http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Healthyra...andhealth.aspx


    "A detoxification process also occurs, because any toxins stored in the body's fat are dissolved and removed from the body."
    "After a few days of fast, higher levels of endorphins appear in the blood, making you more alert and giving an overall feeling of general mental wellbeing."

    how is this harming your body?

    also, I couldn't care less about whether other Muslims drink or not, it's totally up to them? What a question to ask.
    Have you seen what most people break their fasts with?
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    None of my business, it's better to just focus on yourself.
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    (Original post by Pulse.)
    Have you seen what most people break their fasts with?
    Majority of people break their fasts with water and dates? What's your point?
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    (Original post by eden3)
    What does that mean?
    May they be Guided in the righteous path.
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    (Original post by eden3)
    Muslims correct me if I'm wrong, but I think they're allowed to break their fast if they start feeling really unwell (?) Not 100% sure about that.

    But yes alcohol is definitely harmful for your body :lol:
    Yupp, not supposed to fast if you're pregnant or if it harms your body or if you faint or feel unwell at any point during the day.
    Hot countries have an advantage actually because their days are shorter so they fast 6 hours less than us Muslims over here!

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    What does that mean?
    May God give them guidance Amen.
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    (Original post by eden3)
    Muslims correct me if I'm wrong, but I think they're allowed to break their fast if they start feeling really unwell (?) Not 100% sure about that.

    But yes alcohol is definitely harmful for your body :lol:
    I believe women are allowed to stop during their period and if you are ill. But I'm not a Muslim so you'd probably be better off getting an answer from someone with a greater knowledge.
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    (Original post by IRoranth)
    http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Healthyra...andhealth.aspx


    "A detoxification process also occurs, because any toxins stored in the body's fat are dissolved and removed from the body."
    "After a few days of fast, higher levels of endorphins appear in the blood, making you more alert and giving an overall feeling of general mental wellbeing."

    how is this harming your body?

    also, I couldn't care less about whether other Muslims drink or not, it's totally up to them.
    I can link random websites too and quote from them:*

    "Dehydration is common during a fast. The body continues to lose water and salts through breathing, perspiring and urinating."

    "Lack of food and water, changes of routine and shorter periods of sleep can cause stress. "

    "People who regularly inject insulin are advised not to fast, as the potential risk to health – both in the short and long term – of not taking insulin is too great. People who have their diabetes under control using tablets should seek careful advice from their GP before starting a fast."

    *I even found the same nhs livewell website that you used. How silly do you look now?
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    May they be Guided in the righteous path.
    (Original post by z33)
    Yupp, not supposed to fast if you're pregnant or if it harms your body or if you faint or feel unwell at any point during the day.
    Hot countries have an advantage actually because their days are shorter so they fast 6 hours less than us Muslims over here!



    May God give them guidance Amen.
    Ah ok, thanks.
 
 
 
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