Joe Biden has spent a long time alone after the death of his first wife and daughter in a tragic road accident. He met Jill on a blind date in 1985. They got married two years later. Since then, they are still partners in each other’s happiness and sorrow.According to media reports, 6-year-old Biden suddenly bent down and picked up a flower from the grass while leaving the White House on April 26 to go to Georgia. Seeing that, Jill also stood up. Biden stood up, smiled, and handed the flower to his wife. And the First Lady gladly accepted it. The 26-second video has already gone viral. More than 1 million people have seen it.
Joe Biden presented his wife with a Gandhara flower bracelet on his inauguration as president earlier this year. The Biden couple also showed love for each other at different times. Jill Biden wrote “Joe Loves Jill” all over the window of Biden’s office on Valentine’s Day 2009.
Holy Ramadan is the month of mercy, blessings, forgiveness and salvation. This month is the month of virtue, the month of forgiveness of sins, the month of arranging oneself with good deeds. Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. No person’s Islam is complete without fasting. By fasting, a person attains self-purification and special closeness to God. Allah the Almighty said, “O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become righteous’ (Surat al-Baqara, 183). No provision of Allah Almighty is aimless. There is a specific purpose behind each of his creations and provisions. Ramadan fasting is one of the pillars and rules of Islam. God has made it obligatory for the believers. One of the purposes of this provision is to acquire the quality of taqwa or fear of Allah. By observing proper fasting, Allah will save the fasting person from Hell. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “Our great Rabb Irshad has said that fasting is a shield. By this the servant will save himself from the fire of Hell. Fasting is for me, and I will reward it ‘(Musnad Ahmad, Hadith-1469). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) further said, ‘The smell of the mouths of the fasting people is more fragrant to Allaah than the smell of mushrik’ (Saheeh Bukhari, Hadith 5926). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) further said, “Whoever fasts with faith in the hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven (Bukhari-36).
In some cases it is permissible not to fast or in some physical complications the fast may be broken: It is obligatory for Muslims to fast during the month of Ramadan. No adult Muslim is allowed to abandon this provision without the disability allowed by Islam. Whoever intentionally breaks the fast is a great sinner in the eyes of Islam and has a terrible punishment for the Hereafter. And for those who observe the proper fast, there are numerous rewards. Islam does not give any provision beyond the strength, ability and affordability of man. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And Allaah does not place on any soul a burden which is beyond its power” Allah’s command regarding fasting in the month of Ramadan is, “Whoever gets the month of fasting, his duty is to fast” (Surat al-Baqara: 185). In another verse, Allaah says, ‘Fasting is for certain days. If any of you are sick or on a trip, you have to fill in this number at another time. It is the duty of those who suffer the most to give food to the needy instead. If one acts honestly spontaneously, it is more beneficial for him. And fasting is better for you if you only knew. ‘It is permissible not to fast in that month for the very old, the chronic disease which is very difficult. You have to do it later. There is a danger of death in fasting, this should be in accordance with the advice of a scholar and an experienced physician with Islamic knowledge. If a pregnant woman is at risk of harm to her unborn child or if a breastfeeding mother is at risk of harm to herself or her breastfed baby by fasting, she can also perform kazaa at a convenient time later this month without fasting. Again, fasting is not necessary for the very old. In Islam, it is lawful for weak men and women not to fast due to weakness, old age, incurable illness, or old age. Physical weakness can occur with age, but it is not right to break the fast on the pretext of age if you can afford it. If someone is on a tour, that person can abstain from fasting. It is necessary to get an idea from the jurists beforehand about the journey or distance, considering a certain distance and time. As if it is inappropriate to abstain from fasting on the pretext of three visits. However, if he is unable to observe the fast, he will have to pay the ransom with someone else. If the dying old man or the incapacitated person is afflicted with a disease from which he is not likely to recover, he will have to pay a quarter of two quarts of wheat (the amount of fitra) or the same amount for each fast. In Islamic terminology it is called fidia (Zawahirul Fiqh: b. 1, p. 29). If the doctor says that the cause of the disease may increase the level of the disease or the recovery may be delayed, then the fast is broken. But
It is not permissible to break the fast due to a minor illness, cold or cough, or any other common ailment.
Some medical systems do not break the fast: During the fast, a Muslim has to refrain from taking any food and drink from sunrise to sunset and taking oral medicine. Many times patients want to fast on the one hand, and on the other hand, due to the disease, it has become mandatory to take various medicines, otherwise their life may be endangered. Many patients may have to undergo examination or operation while fasting. Such as injecting drugs, inhalers, blood tests, endoscopy, colonoscopy, biopsy, etc. – these may become urgent for the fasting patient. Diabetics do not break their fast by taking any injections, insulin or vaccines including blood tests during the day. (Fatawa Osmani: 2/18). The patient can be injected into the skin, flesh, joints and veins. Saline can be taken in the body due to the disease. Do not break the fast. (Al-Islam Watibdul Hadith, 265). If blood is given or taken while fasting, there will be no harm in fasting (Fathul Qadir: 4/326). Blood can be taken from the patient’s body for testing. Nasal sprays or asthma patients can use inhalers. If a patient takes oxygen or anesthetic gas without medicine, the fast will not be broken (Jadid Fakhi Masael: 1/6). Eye, ear and nose drops can be used while fasting. If the taste of the drug m