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فَجْـرٌ رَغِيبَـةٌ وَتُقْـضَـى لِلـزَّوَالْ * * * وَالْفَرْضُ يُقْـضَـى أَبَـداً وَبِالتَّـوَالْ
Fajr is a Raghībah and it is made up until high noon. | Fard prayers are made up without any end time limit and in succession (in the proper order).

فَجْـرٌ رَغِيبَـةٌ وَتُقْـضَـى لِلـزَّوَالْ * * * وَالْفَرْضُ يُقْـضَـى أَبَـداً وَبِالتَّـوَالْ

فَجْـرٌ رَغِيبَـةٌ وَتُقْـضَـى لِلـزَّوَالْ * * * وَالْفَرْضُ يُقْـضَـى أَبَـداً وَبِالتَّـوَالْ
Fajr is a Raghībah and it is made up until high noon. | Fard prayers are made up without any end time limit and in succession (in the proper order).

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which means you may pray a prayer you have forgotten or missed at any time no matter if this time was makruh or not. AccoridngAccording at-Tirmidhi Imam Ahmad, a-Shafi'i and Ishaaq have chosen this opinion. In the comment of the other hadith he also added Imam Malik to thiosethose who have chosen this opinion. An other quote he states is:

According to ibn HajrHajar al 'Asqalani in his commentary of sahih al-Bukhari on this hadith: Imam Malik preferred in the case that somebody missed for example 'Asr, than prayed Maghrib and than only remembered having missed the 'Asr prayer, that he should pray 'Asr and afterwards repeat the Maghrib prayer to keep the order!

But I have been taught the following (If you can read Arabic you can compare this with the statement on مباحث قضاء الصلاة الفائتة in the book of the fiqh according the 4 madhabs or "Making up prayers" page 650 and the following pages in Fiqh ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah by Sheikh Abd al-Rahman al-Jaziri linked in this meta-post: List of Islam-related books (in English)):
If the prayers you have missed -for some reasons- are less then 5 prayers one should do them as soon as possible (for example you didn't pray the whole or some prayers on Saturday, so before praying the sobh/fajr fard/farz of Sunday you should pray the day or the prayers of the day you missed), if they are much more one should do them by pairs at the specified time. My last sentence means: If for example you pray your actual dohrdhohr/zuhr once you finished you pray two dohrdhohr prayers you have missed and so on.
This still goes ahead with the teaching of the hadith even if it may contradict somehow, as you should prayerpray the prayers once you remember them. But if you have missed a lot and have list it would be the best to do them this way to get sure you don't miss any. And don't forget doing repentance for those prayers you are doing qada'/qaza' for!

Which means fajr is called in maliki school raghiba and one can perfromperform qada' for it until noon. But fard prayers must be observed at any time (one remembers them) in (their) order.
Note that fajr means of course the nafl/sunna prayer, as the maliki school clearly calls the related fard prayer sobh!

So if you planed to pray them as a joined prayer and didn't that's not what is called intention (niyyah) but what is called in Arabic (qasd). See
See also my answer here Do we say "assalamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullah" after the fard prayer if our intention is to continue to sunnah nafl prayer?

which means you may pray a prayer you have forgotten or missed at any time no matter if this time was makruh or not. Accoridng at-Tirmidhi Imam Ahmad, a-Shafi'i and Ishaaq have chosen this opinion. In the comment of the other hadith he also added Imam Malik to thiose who have chosen this opinion. An other quote he states is:

According to ibn Hajr in his commentary of sahih al-Bukhari on this hadith: Imam Malik preferred in the case that somebody missed for example 'Asr, than prayed Maghrib and than only remembered having missed the 'Asr prayer, that he should pray 'Asr and afterwards repeat the Maghrib prayer to keep the order!

But I have been taught the following (If you can read Arabic you can compare this with the statement on مباحث قضاء الصلاة الفائتة in the book of the fiqh according the 4 madhabs or "Making up prayers" page 650 and the following pages in Fiqh ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah by Sheikh Abd al-Rahman al-Jaziri linked in this meta-post: List of Islam-related books (in English)):
If the prayers you have missed -for some reasons- are less then 5 prayers one should do them as soon as possible (for example you didn't pray the whole or some prayers on Saturday, so before praying the sobh/fajr fard/farz of Sunday you should pray the day or the prayers of the day you missed), if they are much more one should do them by pairs at the specified time. My last sentence means: If for example you pray your actual dohr/zuhr once you finished you pray two dohr prayers you have missed and so on.
This still goes ahead with the teaching of the hadith even if it may contradict somehow, as you should prayer the prayers once you remember them. But if you have missed a lot and have list it would be the best to do them this way to get sure you don't miss any. And don't forget doing repentance for those prayers you are doing qada'/qaza' for!

Which means fajr is called in maliki school raghiba and one can perfrom qada' for it until noon. But fard prayers must be observed at any time (one remembers them) in (their) order.
Note that fajr means of course the nafl/sunna prayer, as the maliki school clearly calls the related fard prayer sobh!

So if you planed to pray them as a joined prayer and didn't that's not what is called intention (niyyah) but what is called in Arabic (qasd). See also my answer here Do we say "assalamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullah" after the fard prayer if our intention is to continue to sunnah nafl prayer?

which means you may pray a prayer you have forgotten or missed at any time no matter if this time was makruh or not. According at-Tirmidhi Imam Ahmad, a-Shafi'i and Ishaaq have chosen this opinion. In the comment of the other hadith he also added Imam Malik to those who have chosen this opinion. An other quote he states is:

According to ibn Hajar al 'Asqalani in his commentary of sahih al-Bukhari on this hadith: Imam Malik preferred in the case that somebody missed for example 'Asr, than prayed Maghrib and than only remembered having missed the 'Asr prayer, that he should pray 'Asr and afterwards repeat the Maghrib prayer to keep the order!

But I have been taught the following (If you can read Arabic you can compare this with the statement on مباحث قضاء الصلاة الفائتة in the book of the fiqh according the 4 madhabs or "Making up prayers" page 650 and the following pages in Fiqh ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah by Sheikh Abd al-Rahman al-Jaziri linked in this meta-post: List of Islam-related books (in English)):
If the prayers you have missed -for some reasons- are less then 5 prayers one should do them as soon as possible (for example you didn't pray the whole or some prayers on Saturday, so before praying the sobh/fajr fard/farz of Sunday you should pray the day or the prayers of the day you missed), if they are much more one should do them by pairs at the specified time. My last sentence means: If for example you pray your actual dhohr/zuhr once you finished you pray two dhohr prayers you have missed and so on.
This still goes ahead with the teaching of the hadith even if it may contradict somehow, as you should pray the prayers once you remember them. But if you have missed a lot and have list it would be the best to do them this way to get sure you don't miss any. And don't forget doing repentance for those prayers you are doing qada'/qaza' for!

Which means fajr is called in maliki school raghiba and one can perform qada' for it until noon. But fard prayers must be observed at any time (one remembers them) in (their) order.
Note that fajr means of course the nafl/sunna prayer, as the maliki school clearly calls the related fard prayer sobh!

So if you planed to pray them as a joined prayer and didn't that's not what is called intention (niyyah) but what is called in Arabic (qasd).
See also my answer here Do we say "assalamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullah" after the fard prayer if our intention is to continue to sunnah nafl prayer?

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But I have been taught the following (If you can read Arabic you can compare this with the statement on مباحث قضاء الصلاة الفائتة in the book of the fiqh according the 4 madhabs or "Making up prayers" page 650 and the following pages in Fiqh ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah by Sheikh Abd al-Rahman al-Jaziri linked in this meta-post: List of Islam-related books (in English)):
If the prayers you have missed -for some reasons- are less then 5 prayers one should do them as soon as possible (for example you didn't pray the whole or some prayers on Saturday, so before praying the sobh/fajr fard/farz of Sunday you should pray the day or the prayers of the day you missed), if they are much more one should do them by pairs at the specified time. My last sentence means: If for example you pray your actual dohr/zuhr once you finished you pray two dohr prayers you have missed and so on.
This still goes ahead with the teaching of the hadith even if it may contradict somehow, as you should prayer the prayers once you remember them. But if you have missed a lot and have list it would be the best to do them this way to get sure you don't miss any. And don't forget doing repentance for those prayers you are doing qada'/qaza' for!

But I have been taught the following (If you can read Arabic you can compare this with the statement on مباحث قضاء الصلاة الفائتة in the book of the fiqh according the 4 madhabs):
If the prayers you have missed -for some reasons- are less then 5 prayers one should do them as soon as possible (for example you didn't pray the whole or some prayers on Saturday, so before praying the sobh/fajr fard/farz of Sunday you should pray the day or the prayers of the day you missed), if they are much more one should do them by pairs at the specified time. My last sentence means: If for example you pray your actual dohr/zuhr once you finished you pray two dohr prayers you have missed and so on.
This still goes ahead with the teaching of the hadith even if it may contradict somehow, as you should prayer the prayers once you remember them. But if you have missed a lot and have list it would be the best to do them this way to get sure you don't miss any. And don't forget doing repentance for those prayers you are doing qada'/qaza' for!

But I have been taught the following (If you can read Arabic you can compare this with the statement on مباحث قضاء الصلاة الفائتة in the book of the fiqh according the 4 madhabs or "Making up prayers" page 650 and the following pages in Fiqh ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah by Sheikh Abd al-Rahman al-Jaziri linked in this meta-post: List of Islam-related books (in English)):
If the prayers you have missed -for some reasons- are less then 5 prayers one should do them as soon as possible (for example you didn't pray the whole or some prayers on Saturday, so before praying the sobh/fajr fard/farz of Sunday you should pray the day or the prayers of the day you missed), if they are much more one should do them by pairs at the specified time. My last sentence means: If for example you pray your actual dohr/zuhr once you finished you pray two dohr prayers you have missed and so on.
This still goes ahead with the teaching of the hadith even if it may contradict somehow, as you should prayer the prayers once you remember them. But if you have missed a lot and have list it would be the best to do them this way to get sure you don't miss any. And don't forget doing repentance for those prayers you are doing qada'/qaza' for!

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