How to make niyyah (intention) for performing missed fasting?
Submitted by on Sat, 02/04/2016 - 00:32
Dear Brother / Sister,
A niyyah like that is valid for missed fasting. In fact, niyyah is a deed related to the heart; it is better to express it by the tongue.
The best way for a person to make niyyah for the missed fasting of Ramadan is to say, "I intend to perform the first fard fasting I missed". However, it is enough to make niyyah without saying "the first" or "the last" missed fasting.
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