The following document in Arabic explores the authenticity of the Duaa يا واسع الفضل اغفر لي at the time of Iftar. The research concludes that Abdullah ibn Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) would read the following Duaa with these words: يا واسع المغفرة اغفر لي at the time of Iftar.
تحقيق الدعاء عند الإفطار: يا واسع الفضل اغفر لي
هل ثبت عن رسول الله صلی الله علیه وسلم أنه كان یقول عقب الإفطار أو قبله: یا واسع الفضل اغفر لي؟
Ifṭār Duʿāʾ Timing
We have read on your website on the following link https://nawadir.org/2015/06/18/masnoon-iftar-duas/ that the specific Ifṭār duʿās should be read after breaking the fast. Please can you provide the evidence for this.
RAMADAN – USEFUL INFORMATION AND LINKS
(1) How to make the most out of Ramadan (also useful for non-Muslims) http://wp.me/p5TmNO-1Y
Will fasting for 12 hours in the summer months or following the fasting times of Saudi Arabia suffice for Muslims in the UK?
What are the Masnoon Du’as at the time of breaking the fast?
To read or download the answer with the Arabic references, click on the following link: masnoon-iftar-duaas
To print or download an abridged poster version, click on the following link: masnoon-iftar-duas-poster
Is it permissible to give Fidyah instead of fasting in Ramaḍān?
I am aware of many people, particularly females, who do not fast in Ramaḍān because the fasts are long. Most of these people are not elderly or suffering from any illness. They do not attempt the fast, nor do they make Qaḍā in winter when the days are short. Instead, they donate Fidyah and regard this as sufficient to discharge their obligation. Please can you shed light on whether it is permissible to give Fidyah instead of fasting in Ramadan as this is widespread in our community. Please also outline if there are any differences of opinion regarding this. Please can you also advise whether diabetic patients should fast in Ramaḍān.
To download the information below in a poster format, please click on the following link: what-nullifies-the-fast-and-what-does-not