The Prophet’s Two-Day Fast

Another great article from ModWestMuse



An interesting phenomenon that I’ve noticed keeps occurring is how there are Islamic injunctions that Muslims are pretty familiar with. And then lo and behold, some extraneous discovery occurs in the secular world that ends up supplying further proofs of the benefits of the practice of Qu’ran, Sunnah from the Traditional Islamic milieu.

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  1. There are religious faiths in which fasting was practiced long before islam ever appeared on the scene. Fasting was practiced in Buddhism, Hinduism, and even christianity centuries before mohammed.

    That aside, knowing that fasting is beneficial does not in any rational way prove any religious text. We can observe and experience benefits of fasting without the need for miraculous explanations.


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