This year the 9th of Av falls on Shabbat, therefore the fast is pushed to Sunday. Shabbat, Shabbat Chazon, has no restrictions whatsoever for sefaradim.
Procedure Starting from Shabbat Afternoon
This year there is no seudat hamafseket before the fast since the fast starts at the end of Shabbat. Instead the minha prayer (Tsidkatecha will not be mentioned by mincha), will be held earlier on in the day in order to leave enough time to eat a proper seuda shelishit as usually done on a normal Shabbat. We must be finished with eating or drinking by 6.23 pm.
After 9.05 pm, recite Baruch hamavdil ben kodesh lechol before doing any melacha and change into weekday clothing which had previously been worn, and change into non-leather shoes.
In arvit of motsaei shabat we must say ata honantanu. Havdalah this week will only be recited on Sunday night. In synagogue, on motsaei Shabbat the berachah– boreh me’oreh ha’esh will be recited for the congregants before reading Echa. A woman who doesn’t hear it in synagogue should make it at home, her husband can say it for her before going to arvit. On Sunday night before one breaks the fast havdalah must be recited only on a cup of wine without besamim or fire.
This year because Tisha be’Av is postponed, a sick or elderly individual who will not be fasting or a pregnant or nursing woman must make havdalah on a cup preferably of grape juice and not wine, on fire, and not on besamim. A sick or otherwise exempt woman's husband may say Havdalah for her, she must drink the cup and in this case the husband will not need to say havdalah on Sunday night.
Laws for Sunday
From 9.05 pm on Motzaei Shabbat until 1.04 pm Sunday we sit on the floor like mourners. After 1.04 pm we can sit on chairs and start preparing for the breaking of the fast.
All the laws of mourning pertain to this year even though the fast is postponed. This includes the 5 inuyim of: no eating or drinking; no ointment or makeup; no leather shoes; not washing the body – only wash up to the knuckles when doing netilat yadayim; laws of separation between spouses; and the rest of the laws.
There is no tachanun on Tisha be’Av because of the fact that when the Bet Hamikdash will be rebuilt (speedily in our days! Amen,) this day will turn into a festival. “Anenu” is recited in the amidah of all three prayers: arvit, shaharit, and minha.
One shouldn’t go to the market place, shopping malls, or take strolls because it might make a person lose focus on the Churban, and even worse, possibly even to be light-headed, and behave in a manner inappropriate to the sadness of the day. A person definitely should refrain from shopping on Tisha BeAv.
The Fast ends at 9.04 pm
Birkat Halevana should be recited on motza’eh Tisha be’Av (Sunday night) preferably with one’s normal shoes.
Meat and wine can be eaten starting from motza’eh Tisha be’Av. This is an exception to this year because it is postponed (The Ashkenazi minhag is that meat and wine should not be eaten until Monday morning.
We mustn’t forget to ask ourselves WHY we are mourning. We must remind ourselves that we are in exile and so is the Divine Presence. We are crying,for the Bet Hamikdash to be rebuilt and to be able to experience Hashem in full glory. This way we will have the opportunity to become close to Him more than ever.
יהי רצון שנזכה לביאת גואל צדק ושיבנה בית המקדש במהרה בימינו אמן