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ceylincemal
02-12-2017, 07:18 AM
ASA

What is the islamic ruling on mental disorders
Are they judged the way a normal person is judged
To what extent

JAK
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shafat10
02-12-2017, 01:25 PM
People who are mentally sick are exempted from acts of Ibadah (Worship). Now, who is mentally sick and who is not, that doctor can tell you. If the doctor declares someone mentally sick, then he won't need to pray or fast or anything because he cannot understand anything around him. Other than that, anyone else, is not exempted from any acts of Worship. Hope this helps.
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Zeal
02-12-2017, 06:49 PM
Originally Posted by ceylincemal
ASA

What is the islamic ruling on mental disorders
Are they judged the way a normal person is judged
To what extent

JAK
Nowadays, there's a disorder for everything but these don't mean you are excused from ibadah like some people may have anxiety or depression but the truth is that it's just a test..

You should try asking a sheikh regarding your specific condition

Allahu'alam
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ceylincemal
02-14-2017, 12:01 AM
ASA,

Thanks for the advices. Yes it does help. There's a situation of a person I know so it will help that person a lot

JAK
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