The Assembly of Muslim Jurists in America said: "As for the jumuah, it is not permissible for adult men who are otherwise required to attend it to miss it except in the case of justifiable, not conjectural, fear (whether for oneself or others)." Meaning, there needs to be a real risk of exposure and harm. If your particular area has a non-existent or low ...
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
Voluntary prayers done in congregation are of two types, one of which
it is Sunnah to do in congregation, such as the eclipse prayer,
prayers for rain, and qiyaam during Ramadaan (Taraweeh). These are
always done in congregation as is the Sunnah. The second type are not
done in ...
Welcome back! Watch a few videos to familiarize yourself with the prayer (such as this one) and with the washing process to purify oneself for prayer.
When you enter the masjid, keep your shoes aside in the racks provided for that purpose and head over to the prayer area.
If there is time before the sermon or before the prayer starts, offer two units of ...
In the name of Allah
To the best of my knowledge, there is a limited (specified) space between the individuals of Salah-al-Jama'ah (المصلین), it doesn't seem to be accepted in that location as you remarked:
When Jamaah of Masjid is audible from my home, does my Salaah consider
as Jamaah Salaah, if I do it from my home?
Otherwise everyone could say his ...
Case number 1 seems fine according to this Hadith
Jabir bin Yazid bin Al-Aswad Al Amir told us that his father said: "I
attended Fajr prayer with the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ)in Masjid Al
Khaif. When he finished praying, he saw two men at the back of the
people who had not prayed with him. He said: 'Bring them here.' So
they were brought to him, ...
In that case all you may have to do is:
Pray tahiyat al masjid (salutation of the mosque) once you enter the mosque if you reached it before the congregation prayer starts. It's a nafl of two rak'a.
Note that I'm assuming you are a male, as for female jahr is not allowed at all! Once the congregation has started you should follow the Imam and never be ...
This is answer of your comment :
Yes in some Mosque there is a setup to keep your bag or jacket but in some Mosque there is not on that occasions I keep my bag or jacket beside back wall or side wall (not at the front wall case it hard to get after prayer). and most of Mosque I said prayer there is no place to wipe water of your face and hand so it is okay ...
You have 3 options:
Sayyid's answer above.
See NRaf's answer
Pray Taraweeh and Witr with congregation then go somewhere else and pray more alone. However, after you finish praying then you are not allowed to pray Witr again.
Qais bin Talq bin Ali narrated that :
his father said: I heard Allah's Messenger saying: "There are no two Witr in one night." At-...
Forgetting only one Sujood (prostration) does not make prayer void. In this case the Imam Should perform two Sajda Sahw after prayer and person behind him can continue the Jamaat prayer properly behind him.
Sajda Sahw should be done after end of prayer. And not inside the prayer.
The duty of Imam of prayer and who is praying behind Imam of prayer are ...
Narrated Ibn Abbas:
(One night) I stayed overnight in the house of my aunt Maimuna, and said to myself, "I will watch the prayer of Allah's Apostle " My aunt placed a cushion for Allah's Apostle and he slept on it in its length-wise direction and (woke-up) rubbing the traces of sleep off his face and then he recited the last ten Verses of Surat-al-Imran ...
To make group Dua', some one making dua' and the rest saying Ameen, is ok if done only on occasions. But if it is taken as a constant practice on every such occasions then it becomes a Bid'ah/Innovation. So it is an innovation to do Group Dua' after each and every Fard Salat. The place for Dua' in regards to Salat is on an individual level, the place is ...
There are different opinions as to the number of people needed to perform the Friday prayer, which I shall summarize according to the Mazhabs as follows:
Shafi'i and Hanbali: The number of people needed is 4, excluding the imam.
Maliki: The number of people needed is 12, excluding the imam
Hanafi: The number of people needed is 3, excluding the imam.
Is there any reason why we don't pray the Sunnah rakaats of prayer in congregation like we pray the Fard rakaats in congregation?
I believe you are asking about the Sunnah Mu'akkadah (oft-repeated Sunnah prayers).
If so, it is because neither the Prophet ﷺ not his companions set a precedent in this matter. They would pray these Sunnah prayers ...
Analysis, discussion and prologue
First of all we are talking about a contagious invisible virus, which any of us if it has broken out in our area could be a potential medium or distributor without necessarily being infected himself. So the matter is dangerous and should be taken very seriously as the outbreak of the related sickness and symptoms might take ...
No, it is not permissible until there is a veil between them such that men cannot see women and women cannot see men.
It is permissible that men be in the front and women in back of them, but not side-by-side
You should complete the salat with the Imam, and if you missed some Rak'aat, then after the Imam say the Tasleem, stand up and make up the Rak'aat that you have missed. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said:
إذا أقيمت الصلاة، فلا تأتوها وأنتم تسعون، وأتوها وأنتم تمشون، وعليكم
السكينة، فما أدركتم فصلوا، وما فاتكم فأتموا
When the Iqamah are ...
If you want to pray more after tarawih, you shouldn't pray witr with the congregation.
Actually the witr prayer was never done in congregation by the Prophet. It's an individual prayer.
A man came to the Prophet and asked him how to pray the night prayer. The Prophet replied =
Pray two rakat at a time and then two and then two and so on, and if
The ma’mumin (those following the Imam in Salat) should inform the Imam, they should do this with reciting zekrs aloud. If Imam doesn't pay attention you should change your intention from Jamaat to individual prayer and do sajdah (prostration) and continue the right Salat.
pay attention Imam can do sajdah sahw after salat and his salat will be right (because ...
In a congregation consisting of three people, two males and a female: The male imam will stand in front, the other male will stand to the right of the imam, and the female will stand behind the imam.
عن أنس بن مالك: أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم صلى به وبأمه، أو خالته، قال: فأقامني عن يمينه، وأقام المرأة خلفنا
It was narrated from Anas bin ...
I'd like to add to the correct answer of Hamza Islam the following:
As OP asked about how the prayer is done. There's one IMO important thing which is not explained: Who should perform Iqamah of the prayer?
Generally scholars agree that a woman can do iqamah and adhan/athan loudly, but it would be better to perform it silently for a congregation of women!
Salam brother, you say that you do not follow any Imam but you seem to be following YouTube. I would really be careful about what I hear online because anybody can post anything. You really need to check what you hear with scholars you know and trust.
That being said, here is my answer to your question and please feel free to check it. From my limited ...
To answer your significant question that asked:
can i pray namaz alone in the home without looking the jammath in the
According to the narrations of both Sunni and Shia, it is quoted that:
Namaz (salah) al-Jamma’a is considered as a Sunna of Prophet Muhammad
(pbuh) and it is said nobody will reach the actual Salah if s/he
leaves it ...
yes, of course, the simplest reason is when the imam loses his 'purity', in this case, the imam has to interrupt his prayer and take by the hand, one of the first row followers (ma'amoum), to be imam in his place
otherwise, security and safety of imam and ma'amoum prevails the prayer, that can be interrupted and repeated
Praying in jamaa’ah (congregation) in the mosque is one of the most important rituals of Islam, and it is obligatory for every man past the age of adolescence who is able to hear the call to prayer, because of a great deal of evidence, including the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him):
“Whoever hears the call to prayer and ...
Dear Islamic Brother/Sister
It is not permissible for wife/ladies.
She should not stand right beside of her husband/gents (Imam: Who is leading salat), but behind of Husband/gents.
Rakibul Islam Salafi
Salafi Dawah Center