8 Adab of breaking the fast according to the Prophet that can be taught to children

Newsdelivers.com –

Manners and provisions in the month of Ramadan are not only done when fasting. In fact, there is also the etiquette of breaking the fast according to the Prophet that Mother needs to teach the Little One.

While waiting to break the fast, usually the children will wait at the dinner table while looking at the side dishes and other snacks that Mother has made. Instead of just looking at her, Mother can teach various practices including breaking the fast prayer to children, you know.

Not only that, there are still many manners of breaking the fast that are often done by the Prophet Muhammad SAW. While waiting for the Maghrib call to prayer, Mother can also explain some manners of breaking the fast.



Etiquette for breaking the fast

There are several manners of breaking the fast according to the Prophet that can be taught to children, Mother. According to various sources, the following is the sequence:

1. Hastening breaking the fast

Looking at the book Guidance on Fasting According to the Al-Quran and Sunnah by Alik al Adhim, one of the things that the Prophet Muhammad recommended when breaking the fast was to hasten it, Mother. This is stated in the words of the Prophet which means: “Humans are always in goodness while they hasten to break their fast.”

2. Eating dates

When breaking the fast it is advisable to eat an odd number of dates. If there are no dates, Mother and Little One can drink water.

Annas ra narrated, “Before prayer, the Messenger of God broke his fast by eating dates. When there were no dates, the Prophet ate half-ripe dates. But when there were none, he drank water.”

3. Pray when breaking the fast

According to a hadith, the Prophet SAW always prayed, “My thirst has disappeared, my nerves have relaxed, and the reward has been determined. God willing”.

Not only that, the Prophet also said, “Three people whose prayers are not rejected are those who fast until they break their fast, the righteous leader and the oppressed.”

4. Drink with three breaths and recite ‘bismillah’

From Abu Hurairah radhiyall ‘anhu, he said, “The Messenger of Allah, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, used to drink in three breaths. If a container of drink was brought to his mouth, he would say the name of Allah Ta’ala. When he finished one breath, he would praise Allah Almighty. He did this three times.” (Sahih, As Silsilah Ash Shohihah no. 1277).

Click read the next page to see other iftar manners, Mother.

Mother wants to buy health products and needs for children. Come on, Bun, click here.

Also watch the video of Pondok Ramadhan activities at the following schools:

[Gambas:Video Haibunda]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.