Tuesday, August 17, 2010


What means Fasting?


Fasting is another unique moral and spiritual characteristic of Islam. Literally defined, fasting means to abstain "completely" from foods, drinks, intimate intercourse and smoking, before the break of the dawn till sunset, during the entire month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic year.

Who must fast?
  1. To be mentally and physically fit, which means to be sane and able.
  2. To be of full age, the age of puberty and discretion, which is normally about fourteen. Children under this age should be encouraged to start this good practice on easy levels, so when they reach the age of puberty they will be mentally and physically prepared to observe fasting.
  3. To be present at one's permanent settlement, your home town, one's farm, and one's business premises, etc. This means not to be on a journey of about fifty miles or more.
  4. To be fairly certain that fasting is unlikely to cause you any harm, physical or mental, other than the normal reactions to hunger, thirst, etc.

The Effect of fasting ?

The purpose of this review was to ascertain the effects on healthy Muslims of fasting during Ramadan. We found some changes such as weight loss, evidence of dehydration, increase in serum uric acid, and nonpharmacological improvement in lipid parameters. We also observed changes in daily lifestyles and mental-health status. Thus, observance of the Ramadan fasting has both positive and adverse effects on healthy individuals. The adverse effects, however, are unlikely to persist after Ramadan or to lead to other complications. Healthy individuals can observe Ramadan without anxiety about their health.

Niat Puasa Ramadhan

Lafaz niat untuk sebulan puasa


Sahaja aku berpuasa keseluruhan bulan Ramadhan kerana Allah Ta”ala

Lafaz niat puasa (harian)


Sahaja aku berpuasa esok hari menunaikan Fardhu Ramadhan tahun ini kerana Allah Ta’ala

Doa Berbuka Puasa


Ya Allah bagi Engkau aku berpuasa dan dengan Engkau beriman aku dengan rezeki Engkau aku berbuka dengan rahmat Engkau wahai yang Maha Pengasih dan Penyayang.

Doa Selepas Berbuka Puasa


Ya Allah! Kerana Engkau aku berbuka puasa dan kepada Engkau aku beriman dan atas rezeki dari Engkau aku berbuka puasa telah hilang dahaga sudah menjadi basah segala urat. Ya Allah! Aku minta diampuni dosaku dengan rahmat Engkau yang meliputi segala sesuatu.

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