Fasting, According to the Five Schools of Islamic Law

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This website discusses how the Five Schools of Islamic Law view fasting, which is one of the Pillars of Islam. Shows how each School of Islamic Law has different views towards an obligatory task of all Muslims. Specifically talks about the excuses for not fasting, the conditions of fasting, the muftirat, and the different types of fasts.

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