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Sobre el fiqh del ayuno( siyam) fuera de el mes de Ramadán voy a hablar:

¿Quieres hacer trinchera entre tú y el Fuego con una distancia equivalente a la que hay entre el Cielo y la Tierra?

De Abu Umáma que el Mensajero de Allah ﷺ dijo en Al Tirmidhi:

“Quien ayune un día por la causa de Allah, Él abrirá una trinchera entre él y el Fuego con una distancia equivalente a la que hay entre el Cielo y la Tierra”

Al Albáni clasificó este hadiz como aceptado.

¿Quieres alejarte del Fuego una distancia equivalente a setenta años?

De Abu Saíd Al-Judrí que el Profeta de Allah ﷺ dijo en Al Bujari y Muslim:

“Quien ayune un día por la causa de Allah, Él lo alejará su rostro del Fuego una distancia equivalente a setenta años”.

Libros: Al Bujari, Al Tabarani, Al Tirmizi, Muslim
Asuntos: El Ayuno, Las Buenas Acciones

¿Sabías que en el paraíso hay una puerta a la que se le dice “Arrayán”?

¿Sabías quién entrará por esta puerta bendita ?

Narró Sahl Ibn Saad que el Mensajero de Allah ﷺ dijo:
“En el paraíso hay una puerta a la que se le dice “Arrayán”, por la que entrarán los que ayunan el Día de la Resurrección y nadie más que ellos. Se dirá: “¿Dónde están los que ayunan?” Se levantarán y nadie entrará más que ellos. En cuanto entren, se cerrará y ni una sola persona más entrará”

Libros: Al Bujari, Muslim
Asuntos: El Ayuno, El Paraíso, La vida del más allá, Ramadán

El ayuno opcional (siyam tatawwu’) tiene grandes virtudes y una gran recompensa.

En un hadiz qudsi, que Al-lah esté complacido de él, relata que el Profeta Muhammad , la paz sea con él , dijo:
«Cada obra del hijo de Adam se aumenta, una hasana por diez hasta setencientas veces más. Dijo Allah, el Altísimo:»Excepto el ayuno,pues es para Mí y yo recompenso por ello. Pues deja su deseo y su comida por Mí». Y para el que ayuna hay dos motivos de alegría:uno cuando rompe el ayuno y otro cuando se encuentra con su Señor. Y el hedor de su boca es mejor para Allah que el aroma del almizcle».
Relatado por Muslim

Libros:  Muslim
Asuntos: El Ayuno, La mansedumbre, La Paciencia, La Piedad, Ramadán

¿Quieras saber qué es el yuno voluntario (ayuno tatawwu’) y qué son los días que es Sunna ayunarlos?

En este vídeo islámico gráfico hay todo sobre este asunto que tiene una gran recompensa:

https://www.al-feqh.com/es/ayuno-opcional-tatawwu

No te pierdas veerlo y aprender algo sobre tu religión.

El fiqh del ayuno (assiyam

El fiqh de la adoración en Islam

Edited by Aisha Muhamm

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