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The Prophet (saw) said, ‘Whoever feeds a person breaking his fast will earn the same reward as him, without anything being lessened from the reward of the fasting person’.

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The Rewards of Giving Iftar

  1. Giving iftar doubles the reward of your fast. By feeding someone who is breaking their fast, you earn the same reward as them, without anything being lessened from their reward. This is a great way to involve children in the spirit of Ramadan and encourage them to participate in acts of charity, even if they cannot fast themselves.

  2. Providing iftar erases your sins and protects you from the Fire. Ramadan is divided into three parts, each for seeking mercy, forgiveness, and freedom from the Fire. Providing iftar is a perfect action for the entire month as it helps in seeking forgiveness and protecting oneself from the Fire by the mercy of Allah.

  3. Even small acts of charity, like giving half a date, can earn rewards. The Prophet (saw) encouraged his companions to give as much as they could, even if it was only a drink of water. So, even small acts of charity can make a difference and earn rewards in the sight of Allah.

  4. Giving someone a drink of water during iftar reaps the rewards of breaking their fast. As the thirst of Ramadan can be challenging, providing someone with a drink of water can be a simple yet effective way to reap the rewards of breaking their fast.

  5. Providing iftar to those in need gives hope to the Ummah and is a way to follow the Prophet’s wise words. The Prophet (saw) called Ramadan the month of his Ummah, and providing iftar to those in need is a way to support our vulnerable brothers and sisters across the world. By sending food to those in places of famine, refugee camps, or impoverished communities, we can be their hope and support during this holy month.

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