|What a Fasting Person Says upon Iftaar (210)|
|When the Messenger of Allah would break his fast he would say: Thahaba 'ath-thama'u wabtallatil-`urooqu wa thabuta 'al-'ajru 'in shă'a 'allăhu
(226) The thirst is gone, the blood vessels have become moist, and the reward has been
established with the Will of Allah.
'Al-Albăni, 'Al-Hăkim, 'Al-Bayhaqi, 'Ath-thahabi have said it was sound. 'Al-Hăkim and 'Ath-thahabi said it was sound according
to the conditions of Al-Bukhări, and Al-Bukhări and Muslim respectively. Al-Dăraqutni reported it on page 185 of volume 2,
and he said that 'Al-Hussein bin Wăqid, a person in the chain, was a sole reporter for it, and that the hadeeth's ascription
was comely. Al-`Adawee said it was comely.
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