Suhoor


Suhoor is the predawn meal that Muslims partake in before a day of fasting.

The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said, “Eat suhoor for in suhoor there is blessing.” and “Verily that which separates (i.e. distinguishes) between our fast and the fasting of the People of the Book (i.e. Jews and Christians) is the eating before dawn (Suhoor).” [Sahih al-Bukhari and Muslim]

Suhoor Ideas/Advice

You've gotten up to eat suhoor and an hour or two later, you are ravenous and you've got a whole day left to fast.!  Some foods keep you feeling full longer, so here are some foods you can make part of your suhoor to fight off hunger, in shaa Allah.
Can you build healthy suhoor meals? (New 2018)

 Can you make good suhoor choices? Circle the foods that are good to eat for suhoor (New 2018)

Suhoor Notebooking Pages - 2 versions. Trace or write a hadith pertaining to suhoor and draw and color a healthy suhoor, trace the word suhoor in English.

Most of my kids who are fasting are old enough to make their own suhoor, which is what we usually do (everyone makes their own suhoor). This year I wanted to focus on making better choices so I made this poster to hang on the refrigerator as a reminder, inshaa Allah.


Suhoor Placemat 


Suhoor - trace word suhoor; draw a picture of what you had for suhoor


Suhoor "Diner" Menu Plan -  Kids can make a suhoor menu

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It is Sunnah to Delay Suhoor

Doubt as to whether or not the time for suhoor is over

Imsak
(Imsak is the practice of stopping eating/drinking at a predetermined time before the adhaan of fajr.)
When we were living in Egypt in a small town, each morning we would hear a big drum booming out Imsak, that it was time to stop eating (about 10 minutes or so) before the adhaan was to be called.

1. Stop eating Suhoor (Al-Imsak) 10-15 minutes earlier than the time of Fajr ? – Shaykh ibn Uthaymeen

2. And the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said: "Bilaal gives the adhaan at night, so eat and drink until you hear the adhaan of Ibn Umm Maktoom, for he does not give the adhaan until dawn comes." This imsaak which some of the people do is an addition to that which Allaah has enjoined, so it is false. It is a kind of extremism in religion, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "Those who go to extremes are doomed, those who go to extremes are doomed, those who go to extremes are doomed." Narrated by Muslim, 2670

Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy o­n him) said: "This shows that it is permissible to eat, drink, have intercourse etc until dawn comes."

Al-Haafiz ibn Hajar said in Fath al-Baari (4/199): "One of the reprehensible innovations that have appeared in our times is giving the second adhaan approximately twenty minutes before Fajr in Ramadaan, and extinguishing the lamps which indicate that it is haraam to eat and drink for those who want to fast. Those who introduced this innovation claim that they are erring o­n the side of caution with regard to an act of worship."

What is obligatory o­n all Muslims is that they hold o­n firmly to the Qur'an and Sunnah and follow it as closely as o­ne can. This is a safeguard for us, so that we don't fall right or left but stay o­n the middle course. The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) described the religion of Islaam that is a middle course between extreme and lenient. Remember these words of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم): I leave behind me two things. You will never go astray if you hold fast to them: The Qur'an and my Sunnah.

O Allah! Render the thoughts and inclinations within my heart, to be Your fear and remembrance, and let my endeavour and desire be devoted to what You love and appreciate. Keep my feet firm o­n Thy Right Path so that I should not stagger, and guide me to the true Faith so that I should not go astray. Ameen!!!

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