Sahih Bukhari

Chapter no: 31, Fasting

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Hadith no: 205
Narrated / Authority Of: Muhammad bin Abbas
I asked Jabir "Did the Prophet forbid fasting on Fridays?" He replied, "Yes." (Other narrators added, "If he intends to fast only that day.")

Hadith no: 206
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Huraira
I heard the Prophet saying, "None of you should fast on Friday unless he fasts a day before or after it."

Hadith no: 207
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Ayyub
from Juwairiya bint Al-Harith, The Prophet visited her (Juwairiya) on a Friday and she was fasting. He asked her, "Did you fast yesterday?" She said, "No." He said, "Do you intend to fast tomorrow?" She said, "No." He said, "Then break your fast." Through another series of narrators, Abu Aiyub is reported to have said, "He ordered her and she broke her fast."

Hadith no: 208
Narrated / Authority Of: Alqamah
I asked Aisha "Did Allah s Apostle, use to choose some special days (for fasting)?" She replied, "No, but he used to be regular (constant) (in his service of worshipping). Who amongst you can endure what Allah's Apostle used to endure?"

Hadith no: 209
Narrated / Authority Of: Um Al-Fadl bint Al Harith
"While the people were with me on the day of Arafat they differed as to whether the Prophet was fasting or not; some said that he was fasting while others said that he was not fasting. So, I sent to him a bowl full of milk while he was riding over his camel and he drank it."

Hadith no: 210
Narrated / Authority Of: Maimuna
The people doubted whether the Prophet was fasting on the day of Arafat or not, so I sent milk while he was standing at Arafat, he drank it and the people were looking at him.

Hadith no: 211
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Ubaid
(the slave of Ibn Azhar) I witnessed the Eid with Umar bin Al-Kattab who said, Allah's Apostle has forbidden people to fast on the day on which you break fasting (the fasts of Ramadan) and the day on which you eat the meat of your sacrifices (the first day of Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul-Adha).

Hadith no: 212
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Said
The Prophet forbade the fasting of Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha (two feast days) and also the wearing of As-Samma' (a single garment covering the whole body), and sitting with one's leg drawn up while being wrapped in one garment. He also forbade the prayers after the Fajr (morning) and the 'Asr (afternoon) prayers.

Hadith no: 213
Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Huraira
Two fasts and two kinds of sale are forbidden: fasting on the day of Eid ul Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha and the kinds of sale called Mulamasa and Munabadha. (These two kinds of sale used to be practiced in the days of Pre-lslamic period of ignorance; Mulamasa means when you touch something displayed for sale you have to buy it; Munabadha means when the seller throws something to you, you have to buy it.)

Hadith no: 214
Narrated / Authority Of: Ziyad bin Jubair
A man went to Ibn Umar I. and said, "A man vowed to fast one day (the sub-narrator thinks that he said that the day was Monday), and that day happened to be Eid day." Ibn 'Umar said, "Allah orders vows to be fulfilled and the Prophet forbade the fasting on this day (i.e. Eid)."

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