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Fasting But Abandoning Prayer

   Whoever fasts but leaves prayer, means he leaves the most important pillars of the pillars of Islam after tauhid. It was totally useless for him, as long as he left the prayer. Because prayer is a pillar of religion, above it religion is upright. And those who abandon their legal prayers are infidels. The disbelievers are not accepted. Rasulullah r said:

"The agreement between us and them is prayer, whosoever abandons it he has disbelieved." (Narrated by Ahmad and the writers of the Sunan of the hadeeth of Buraidah) At-Tirmidhi said: Hadith hasan shahih, Al-Hakim and Adz-Dzahabi shake it.

Jabir t narrated, the Prophet r said:

"(The limit) between a person with disbelief is to leave the prayer." (Narrated by Muslim, Abu Daud, At-Tirmidzi and Ibn Majah).

On his decision against the infidels, Allah I said:

"And We have dealt with all that they do, and We make it as a blazing dust." (Al-Furqaan: 23).

That is, the virtues of virtue they do not for the sake of Allah I shall remove their reward, but We shall make it as a flying dust.

Likewise by leaving prayer in congregation or ending prayer from time to time. The act is a vicious and harsh threat. Allah I said:

"Then woe to those who pray, those who are negligent from their prayers." (Al-Maa'un: 4-5).

That is, they are inattentive to the prayer until the time has passed. If the Prophet r does not allow the home prayers to the blind who do not get the person who leads him to the mosque, what about the person whose sharp and healthy eyes have no udzur?

Fasting but leaving prayer or no congregation is a clear sign that he does not fast because he obeys the command of his Lord. Otherwise, why does he abandon the main obligation (prayer)? Though the obligations are an integral whole set of pieces, the one that reinforces the other.
Important Note:

1. Every Muslim must fast for faith and hope for the reward of Allah, not for riya '(to be seen by people), sum'ah (to be heard by people), to follow people, tolerance to family or society where he lives.

So, who motivates and encourages fasting should be because of his faith that Allah I require that fasting for it, and because it expects the reward in the sight of Allah I with fasting.

Similarly with Qiyam Ramadhan (shaiat night / tarawih), he is obliged to run it by faith and hope for the reward of Allah, not for other reasons. Therefore the Prophet r said:
"Whoever fasting Ramadhan by faith and hoping for the reward of Allah, would have been forgiven his past sins, whoever performs the night prayer during the month of Ramadan because of faith and hopes the reward of Allah, would have been forgiven his past sins and whoever performs the prayer on the night of Lailatul Qadar because of the faith and the hope of God's reward, will be forgiven of his past sins. " (Muttafaq 'Alaih).

2. Inadvertently, sometimes fasting people, nosebleeds (out blood from the nose), vomiting, infiltration or sneezing out of his will. These things do not invalidate the fast. But the person who deliberately vomits then the fasting is invalid, because the Messenger of Allah 'alaihi wasallam said:

"Whoever vomits accidentally is not obliged qadha 'upon him, (but) whoever deliberately vomit then he is obliged to' fasting '. (Narrated by Imam Lima except An-Nasa'i) (Al Arna'uth in Jaami'ul Ushuul, 6/29 said: "This Hadith is shahih").

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