Salamalaykum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatahu,
In MSN’s internet talks last year I think I heard MSN critisize seeing unbelieving doctors. Does this mean don’t see them?
Also, I saw a billboard advert about fast (internet access) without breaks, but I thought it might have been a ‘sign’ and advice, so I fasted everyday for about 3 weeks. My condition improved, but should I have carried on? Might I have been right in seeing a ‘sign’?
a`udhu billah mina ‘sh-shaytani ‘r-rajeem
Bismillahi ‘r-Rahmani ‘r-Raheem
wa `alaykum salam,
There are so many doctors of all faiths, including Muslim doctors, so finding a believing doctor is usually not too difficult.
Any inspiration you get that is in accordance with Shari`ah is acceptable, while any idea or message you get that is against Shari`ah is to be rejected.
The sunnah fasting days are Monday, Thursday, the 13th, 14th, 15th of the lunar month, and the other days mentioned in the Sirah, such as Nisf Shaban, Day of Arafah, `Ashura, etc.
Dr. Karim Tourk
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