Pearl of Wisdom

'It is written in the Book of 'Ali (AS), 'The believer is tested according to the level of his good deeds, so whoever is sound of faith and good deeds, his ordeals are more intense. And that is because Allah, the Exalted, did not make this life a [source of] reward for a believer, nor a [source of] punishment for a disbeliever. However, he whose faith and deeds are weak, his ordeal is also little.?

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 67, p. 222, no. 29

Latest Answers

Receive Qul Updates

Name:
Email:



Ask Qul - QA
Question : #719 Category: Fasting / Sawm / Roza
Subject: Swallowing Mucus
Question: Is it permissible to swallow mucus, for example when we cough, mucus comes up to our throats and we sometimes swallow it by accident?
Jazakallah Khayr
Answer: It is preferable for the fasting person not to swallow mucous or phlegm that has reached the mouth, although it is permissible for him to swallow it.
imilarly, it is permissible for him to swallow the saliva that has gathered in the mouth, even in large quantities.

If you require further clarification on this answer, please use the feature to respond to the stated answer.
Copyright © 2017 Qul. All Rights Reserved.
Developed by B19 Design.