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  • 1. Duas for Ramadan and Fasting
  • 2. Dua for Sighting the new Moon
  • 3. Intention to Fast
    • The intention is subject to the condition that it be made at night, before the dawn comes, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever does not intend to fast before dawn, there is no fast for him.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 730. According to a version narrated by al-Nasaa’i (2334): “Whoever does not intend to fast from the night before, there is no fast for him.” Classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 573. What is meant is that whoever does not intend to fast and resolve to do so from the night before, his fast is not valid.  The intention (niyyah) is an action of the heart. The Muslim should resolve in his heart that he is going to fast tomorrow. It is not prescribed for him to utter it out loud and say, “I intend to fast” and other phrases that have been innovated by some people.  
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  • 4. Invocations for breaking the fast (1)
    • Thahaba dh - dh ama'u wabtallatil-'urooqu, wa thabatal-'ajru 'inshaa'Allaah.
    • The thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is confirmed, if Allah wills.
    • Reference: Abu Dawud 2/306 and others. See also Al- Albani, Sahihul-Jami' As-Saghir 4/209
  • 5. Invocations for breaking the fast (2)
    • Allaahumma 'innee 'as'aluka birahmatikal-latee wasi'at kulla shay'in 'an taghfira lee.
    • O Allah, I ask You by Your mercy, which encompasses all things, that You forgive me.
    • Reference: Ibn Majah 1/557 from a supplication of Abdullah bin 'Amr. Al-Hafidh graded it as good in his checking of An-Nawawi's Kitabul-'Athkdr. See Sharhul- Athkar 4/342
  • 6. Invocation for a family who invites you to break your fast with them Aftara 'indakumus-saa'imoona, wa 'akala ta'aamakumul-'abraaru , wa sallat 'alaykumul-malaa'ikatu . With you , those who are fasting have broken their fast, you have fed those who are righteous , and the angels recite their prayers upon you
  • 7. Invocation for someone who offers you food when you are fasting, which you decline.
    • When you are invited (to eat) then reply to the invitation. If you are fasting then invoke Allah's blessings (on your host), and if you are not fasting then eat.
    • Reference: Muslim 2/1054
  • 8. What to say when you are fasting and someone is rude to you
    • 'Inneesaa'imun, 'innee saa'imun.
    • I am fasting . I am fasting.
    • Reference: Al-Bukhari, cf. Al-Asqalani, Fathul-BAri 4/103, Muslim 2/806
  • 9. Ramadan Mubarak Slideshare : Xenia http:xeniagreekmuslimah.wordpress.com