1 – The first night of Ramadan Allahu ta’ala regards the Believers with compassion. He never torments a born slave of His whom He regards with compassion.
2 – At the time of iftar  the fasting person’s breath smells to Allahu ta’ala more fragrant than any scent.
3 – During Ramadan angels pray day and night so that those who fast will be forgiven for their sins.
4 – In Ramadan Allahu ta’ala allots a place in Paradise to give to those who fast.
5 – On the last day of Ramadan-i sharif He forgives the sins of all the Believers who have fasted.”
 umma(t) followers of Muhammad (‘alaihi ‘s-salam); the community, body of believers, of a prophet.
 iftar: the act of breaking a fast. Fasting is done for thirty days in Ramadan. Iftar is done when the sun sets.