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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.96

(25) CHAPTER. Taking a bath by a person observing Saum (fast).

Ibn ‘Umar soaked a garment in water and then put it over himself while he was observing Saum (fasting). Ash-Sha’bi entered a bathroom while he was observing Saum. Ibn ‘Abbas said, “There is no harm in tasting the food of the pots or other meals. Al-Hasan said, “There is no harm for the person observing saum (fast) to rinse his mouth with water and to cool his body.” Ibn Mas’ud said, “At the night of your fasting day, you had better oil and comb your hair.”

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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.95

1929. Narrated Zainab, daughter of Umm Salama that her mother said: While I was (lying) with Allah’s Messenger, peace be upon him, underneath a woollen sheet, I got the menstruation, and then slipped away and put on the clothes (which I used to wear) in menses. He asked, “What is the matter? Did you get your menses?” I replied in the affirmative and then entered underneath that woollen sheet. I and Allah’s Messenger, peace be upon him, used to take a bath from one waterpot and he used to kiss me while he was observing Saum (fast).

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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.94

(23) CHAPTER. To embrace while one is observing Saum (fast).

‘Aishah said: “A person observing Saum (fast) is forbidden to have sexual intercourse.”

1927. Narrated ‘Aishah:  The Prophet, peace be upon him, used to kiss and embrace (his wives) while he was observing saum (fast), and he had more power to control his desires than any of you.

Jabir bin Zaid said, “If a man gets a sexual discharge as a result of casting a look (at his wife) should complete his Saum (fast) .”

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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.93

(22) CHAPTER. If a person observing Saum (fast) gets up in the morning in the state of Janaba* [will his Saum (fast) be valid?

1925, 1926. Narrated ‘Aishah and Umm Salama:  At times, Allah’s Messenger, peace be upon him,  used to get up in the morning in the state of Janaba after having sexual relations with his wives. He would then take a bath and observe Saum (fast). Marwan said to Abdur Rahman, “I swear by Allah that you tell Abu Hurairah that [the Prophet, peace be upon him,  used to be Junub (in state of Janaba) till the dawn, would then take a bath and observe Saum (fast)].”

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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.93

(21) CHAPTER. If the intention of observing Saum (fast) was made in the daytime…

Umm Ad-Darda’ said: Abu Ad-Darda’ used to ask, “Do you have food?” If we answered in the negative, he would say, “Then I am observing Saum (fasting) today.” Abu Talla, Abu Hurairah, Ibn ‘Abbãs and Hudhaifa did the same.

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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.92

(19) CHAPTER. What is the interval between the (end of) Sahur and the Salat-ul- Fajr (early morning prayer)?

1921. Narrated Anas:  Zaid bin Thãbit said, “We took the Sahur (late night meals) with the Prophet, peace be upon him. Then he stood for As-Salat (the prayer).” I asked, “What was the interval between the Sahur and the Adhan?” He replied, “The interval was sufficient to recite fifty Verses of the Qur’an.”

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Sahih Al-Bukhari – Volume 3 – Book 30 – P.91

(17) CHAPTER. The statement of the Prophet, peace be upon him, : The Adhan of Bilãl should not stop you from taking Sahür (late-night meals).

1918, 1919. Narrated ‘Aishah:  Bilal used to pronounce the Adhan at night, so Allah’s Messenger, peace be upon him,  said, “Carry on taking your meals (eat and drink) till Ibn Umm Maktum pronounces the Adhan, for he does not pronounce it till it is dawn.”