Authentic Dua during Breaking the Fast

Zakir Naik


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The first question, remember the audience, he asks, or he or she could be different to us are recited at the beginning of the fast during the sawhorse, which is the most authentic, as far as deciding any dwa I do not know of any say, Hadith in which the Prophet has a resurgent need Dawa. At the full time, or any of the Sahaba has mentioned any dua, I don't know, if any. In fact, what a prophet said, it's mentioned in the heartbeat of MIDI in the book of fasting, added number 13, pet D, our beloved Prophet said that anyone who has not intended to fast before dawn, there's no fast for him.

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The prophets have said, I must say, in the book of fasting, I did number 231, a beloved apostle Islam said, there is no fast for a person who has not intended to fast the night before. That means intention is compulsory. For fasting, it should be done before the break of dawn, or at least says that the night before means any time before the break of dawn, you can intend, but when you intend, you need not say it loudly. It's not required, really intend in the heart. So the main thing you intend in your heart that you're going to first and that's sufficient. When you want to pray you intend to do near for praying, and you pray, you don't have to say it loudly. To save me, you don't

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have to say that I intend to fast. But many people many of the Muslims have invented words in Arabic or in different languages that I intend to fast tomorrow, etc, etc, which we don't find any of the say Hadith, and neither do we find in the single the Prophet of the Sabbath. So the best is to intend in your heart. That's it, and there's no particular dwarf over.

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Okay, that's very enlightening can answer. Hope that answers the question of the parties in the audience. Next question from our audience. If a person has the intention of waking for the heart, but unfortunately, he or she doesn't manage to wake up is his or her fast still accepted. If a person before sleeping has an intention of fasting tomorrow, and he had the intention of getting food, but could not get up for sore because he overslept, etc. Having sued is not for the persona. Our beloved Prophet said in say Buhari verb number three in the book of fasting it number one nine to three. He said that in the Sahara is a blessing. It's a sooner recommended sooner, but if a

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person over sleeps, it's not a first that was so hard, because he had the intention of getting up. He had the intention to fast, fast will be accepted.