Benefits of Dua Iftar: It is desirable for the fasting person to perform Dua Iftar with whatever legitimate supplications he wants, and to ask God for Paradise and seek refuge from the Fire, and to seek forgiveness a lot, On the authority of Abu Hurayrah – may God be pleased with him – he said: (There are three whose supplications are not rejected: the just imam, and the fasting person until He breaks the fast, and the supplication of the oppressed is carried over the clouds, and the gates of heaven are opened for it, and the Lord Almighty says: By my might, I will help you even if after a while.
On the authority of Abdullah bin Omar – may God be pleased with him – he said: (The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said: If he breaks his fast The thirst is gone, the veins are moistened, and the reward is confirmed, God willing.”
Firstly, Dua Iftar It was reported from the Messenger – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him –
that the blessing of a fasting person is answered.
Accordingly, the Muslim must take advantage of that by turning to God Almighty,
asking and asking from Him, with effort, defeat, and submission, provided that the supplication is in what includes goodness and righteousness,
with caution from That the fasting person makes use of his time to talk, with useless sayings,
and to avoid that; At all times, conditions, and circumstances, it is essential to make use of the moments by reciting the Noble Qur’an, remembering God Almighty,
seeking His pardon for sins and disobedience, and turning to Him in supplication.
At all times, conditions, and circumstances, it is essential to make use of the moments by reciting the Noble Qur’an,
remembering God Almighty, seeking His pardon for sins and disobedience, and turning to Him in supplication.
since the answer to the supplication of a fasting person is not restricted to the time of iftar only,
The Prophet, peace be upon him, said: for the fasting person when he breaks his fast, for a supplication that will not be rejected)
Dua Iftar narrated also from the Prophet; peace be upon him.
The Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: (The fasting person has when he breaks his fast for supplication that will not be received).
It was mentioned from the Messenger – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – several fixed aphoristic supplications that he used to address to God the Almighty constantly, including the following:
On the authority of Abu Hurairah – may God be pleased with him – he said:
(The Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, used to seek refuge from a bad judgment, and the darkest of misery, and the gloating of Aisha.
I lost the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, one night, and I touched the mosque, and it was prostrating, with its feet erect, and he was saying:
I seek refuge in Your pleasure from Your wrath, and I seek refuge in Your pardon from Your punishment, as I abstain from you.
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
(The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) says:
Oh God, I seek refuge in you from disability, the deficit, the cheese, the pyramid,
and the inside, and I saw your torment of the torment, and from the sedition of the grave and deaths.
Stories about breakfast supplications
In a novel: pray May God’s peace and blessings to be upon him, likewise, except that Yazid is not in his hadith: He said:
And from the trials of life and death.
In a novel: he was trampled by things mentioned and the vinegar—the tomb,
and from the evil sedition, and the evil of the sedition of poverty.
Oh God, I seek refuge in you from laziness, the pyramid, the pyramid, and the mouth) And I ask You for a purpose in poverty and riches.
I ask You for endless bliss, I ask you for the comfort of the eye that does not cease,
and I ask of you contentment after judgment.
I ask you for the convenience of life after death, and I ask of you the pleasure of looking at your face,
and the longing to meet you, in times of adversity not harmful,
As goodness and humiliation of faith, and do not mislead them.
Aisha, the Mother of the Believers, may God be pleased with her:
(The Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace,
Taught her this supplication:
O God, I ask You of all goodness, sooner and later,
what I know of it and what I do not know, and I seek refuge in You from what I know of it, and I seek refuge in You from it.
O God, I ask You for the good of what Your servant and Prophet asked of You,
And I seek refuge in You from the evil of what Your servant and Your Prophet sought refuge with. It is suitable for me).
Answering Dua Iftar
For Dua Iftar of the believer to be answered by God Almighty, several conditions must be met, including such as following:
The sincerity of supplication to God Almighty, being confident of His ability to respond.
The supplicator senses that he is He is in the greatest need of Him,
Glory is to Him, and He is the only one who responds to supplication and also keeps harm away from him.
If his supplication is not answered, it will be for wisdom that God alone knows, such as:
repelling more significant damage or saving him for the Day of Resurrection with a fuller and greater reward.
Conditions and etiquette of Dua Iftar
A Muslim must have several etiquettes when supplicating,
And several conditions must be met in supplication, and this is explained such as in the following:
- The sincerity of intention to God Almighty.
- Praise God – the Highest – and praise Him, and blessings and peace be upon the Messenger Muhammad –
may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – at the beginning and also end of the Dua Iftar.
- The certainty that God – the Highest – responds to supplication,
with firmness in supplication, urgency in it, and also invoking the heart when Dua Iftar.
Do not rush to answer prayers.
- Dua Iftar in all circumstances and circumstances, whether in a state of distress or a form of prosperity. Not praying for oneself, children, money, or also parents.
- Finally, Dua Iftar in a low voice so that the agent is between the fainting and the loudness.