Narrating a Hadith
Question :

If a hadith is narrated from Imam al-Ridha (peace be upon him), and a person cites it to be from Imam al-Baqir (peace be upon him), during the fast of the month of Ramadan, will this be considered to be a lie on the Imam and invalidate his fast?

Answer :

If the person deliberately lied about the Imam (peace be upon him), his fast will be invalidated. If it is done by mistake then his fast is in order.

Reciting Supplications
Question :

If while fasting I recite a famous supplication or ziyara regarding which I am not certain of its authenticity, or while reciting it I have a bit of doubt concerning if some of the things I am saying is true, does this break my fast? Also, if while reading Quran or supplication or ziyara I make a mistake such that I accidentally say something incorrect about Almighty Allah, the Prophet or the Imams (peace be upon them all), does this break my fast?

Answer :

Fasting is not broken by such acts.

Sharing Hadiths when Fasting
Question :

If one is fasting in the month of Ramadan, and comes across a hadith narrated in a book, with a reference such as Al-Kafi, is it permissible to share such a hadith if one does not know the chain of narrators are authenticated when it is in the manner of saying "It is narrated that Imam X said this..."?

Answer :

The suggested way to share the hadith does not break the fast with the intention of narrating from the Imam (peace be upon him) what is mentioned in the book.