As-Salamu alaikum brothers and sister, I want to understand how does nafil fill the shortcomings of fardh, for example if a person forgot to say 'Rabb ighfir lee' in the sitting between the two prostrations in (which I lately found out that's obligatory) in both fardh and the sunnah before/after it, is the fardh sufficed by other dhikrs and duas in the naafil? and is sujood al-nasw obligatory if someone prayed a naafil instead?

Edit: My question isn't a duplicate because that "90% prayer" question is sure his prayer is 90%, but I'm asking if that 90% becomes 100% because of that naafil.

Jazakum Allah khayran.

  • Having too much tags is a sign of an unprofessional site which will never graduate. Begging for up votes in each post is really annoying you'd better post good answers and questions. – Medi1Saif Feb 9 at 20:46
  • Brother it isn't disgusting or awful, and I'm doing it to post "good questions" like you said, the 150 requirement is simply ridiculous and it's preventing me from using tags as common as nafil and fajr, and "in each post" it isn't even quarter my posts... also brother it would've been more useful if you posted a "good answer." – thatone dodobird Feb 9 at 21:25
  • Medi1Saif also you didn't say wa alaikum alsalam, which is fardh. May Allah guide us – thatone dodobird Feb 9 at 23:07
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    And for your information See in our meta – Jamila Feb 11 at 6:11
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    Possible duplicate of Does a 90% correct prayer count for nothing? – Sassir Feb 11 at 6:21

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