Rabu, 09 September 2009

Suhoor the Blessed Meal السحور غداء مبارك

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم The Prophet Muhammad strongly recomended eating suhoor. Abu Sa'eed al-Khudree reported that the Messenger said: ‎ السحور أكلة بركة فلا تدعوه ولو أن يجرع أحدكم جرعة من ماء، فإن الله عز وجل يصلون علي المتسحرين ‎"Eating the suhoor is blessed. Do not neglect it even if you take a gulp of water, because Allah and His angels invoke blessings upon those who partake in the pre-dawn meal." [Musnad Ahmad, XXIII/416, Hadeeth number 11384]According to 'Amr ibn Maimun: ‎ كان أصحاب رسول الله صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم أعجل الناس إفطارا وأبطأهم سحورا ‎"The companions of Muhammad would be the first to break the fast and the last to eat their suhoor" [as Sunan al Kubraa al Baihaqee, IV/238]. For suhoor it is recomended to have high fiber, slow digesting foods that satisfy hunger for longers oats and fiber rich fruit are good options to have. The Prophet used to eat dates for suhoor and it is recorced that he said: ‎ نعم سحور المؤمن التمر ‎"The best suhoor for the believer is dates." [Sunan Abu Dawood, I/526 Daar al Fikr,I,1990M-1410H]. Dates are a power house of nutrients and an instant source of energy; they high in suger, fiber, iron, potassium an megnesium. Counsuming dates allows one to feet satiated for an extended period of time making it a perfect food to start your fast with. (Source site: www.rasoulallah.net/subject_en.asp , www.islamport.com and Sunan Abu Dawood). Posted by abdullah afif mahalli ‎ عبد الله عفيف محلي kauman wiradesa pekalongan jawa tengah INDONESIA

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