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five Prophetic Sunnah to perform this Ramadan

1-Eating Sahur

Begin your fast by having a super early light breakfast before fajr.
Amr ibn Al-`Ass (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “The difference between our observance of Sawm (fasting) and that of the people of the Scriptures is Sahur (predawn meal in Ramadan).” (Muslim)

2-Break your fast with dates

There are so many health benefits to consuming dates such as reducing blood pressure.
Anas Bin Malik (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “The Prophet used to break his fast with fresh dates before he prayed. If he did not find fresh dates then he would use dried dates. If he did not find that also he drank a few sips of water. (Ahmad and Abu Dawood)

3-Walk to the Masjid

The weather is getting warmer and there are several mosques ithin walking distance from your house. Discover them!It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever purifies himself in his house then walks to one of the houses of Allaah in order to perform one of the duties enjoined by Allaah, for every two steps he takes, one will erase a sin and the other will raise him one degree in status.” (Muslim)

4-Charity

The month of Ramadan is known to be one filled with giving, since the reward is multiplied. Find a cause non-profit organization or mosque to donate to.

“A man who gives charitable gifts so secretly that his left hand does not know what his right hand has given.” (Bukhari)

5-Additional (Sunnah) Prayers

Spend a couple more minutes before and after every obligatory prayer, by praying a couple of more rakaat to gain more reward.

“Allah will build a house in Heaven for whoever is diligent in bserving 12 Sunnah Rak’aat (as follows): 4 Rak’aat before and 2 after the Dhuhr (Midday) Prayer, 2 after the Maghrib (Sunset Prayer), 2 after the Ishaa (Evening) Prayer and 2 before the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer.” (Al-Tirmidhi).

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