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According to the majority of scholars, no, he does not need to make them up. This is because none of the companions, tabi'een, etc. ever made them up; there is no explicit ayah of Qur'an, or hadith of rasulullah (peace be upon him) telling us to make up prayers we missed. In fact, this is a serious issue to consider: A missed prayer cannot be made up, ever. ...


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You may say Zuhr and Asr prayer togather and also Maghrib and Esha togather to avoid unnecessary hardship Ibn 'Abbas reported: "The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) observed the noon and afternoon prayers together, and the sunset and Isha' prayers together without being in a state of fear or in a state of journey." -Saheeh Muslim ...


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There are some cases: If you've missed less than six Fardhs, then you must follow the order of these missed Fardhs. For example, if you've missed today's Dhuhr and Asr, and then came to Maghrib time, then you have to pray first Dhuhr, then Asr, and then Maghrib, which also means that you should follow the order even with the current Fardh, i.e, you should ...


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I know it's a quite old question, but in order to help new search: The position of the 4 Sunni schools is that one must make up these prayers link, while there is a minority position, mostly with the Salafis, that one does not have to make them up link. First, as everyone said it, you must first do a sincere tawabah. Indeed Allah will incha'Allah forgive......


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You may (it is permissible to) pray Dhur and Asr together even if you are not on travel. You can also pray Maghrib and Isha' together if you wish even if you are not traveling. The Prophet used to make Dhur and asr together, and Maghrib and Isha' Together in Madinah when there was no danger, rain, or travel. Saheeh Muslim And that is by making ...


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Assalamu 'alaikum brother, قال صلّى الله عليه و سلّم : " ليس في النوم تفريط . إنما التفريط على من لم يصل الصلاة حتى يجيء وقت الصلاة الأخرى . فمن فعل ذلك فليصلها حين ينتبه لها . فإذا كان الغد فليصلها عند وقتها". أخرجه مسلم). The Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, said, "There is no negligence in sleeping, but the negligence lies in not praying a ...


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Combining Zuhr Asr doesn't mean that you pray 8 rakaat together in one go but it means that we finish 4 rakaat Zuhr first then we start 4 rakaat of Asr. Muslims also combine the prayers on Hajj. It is a relaxation given by the islam and prophet p.b.u.h. so why not avail it.


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If the person who prayers, doesn’t know that his/her clothes is Najis, and after the Salah figure it out that it was Najis, his/her Salah is considered as a correct Salah (prayer), but it is better to do it again in accordance with recommended precaution. Accordingly it seems that your prayers are true. For further info. I suggest you to read the reference ...


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No, you don't have to pray the Salah from when you were not a muslim. This can be seen because neither did the Prophet (SAW) nor did any of the Sahaba. Furthermore a person is forgiven for everything he did before if he accepts Islam: When Allah instilled the love for Islam in my heart, I (Amr ibn Al-Aas) went to Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) and said, 'Extend ...


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Reference. This answer is a translation of the meaning of the fatwas in Al-Mawsū'a al-Fiqhiyya al-Kuwaitiyya, Vol. 43, pp. 83-86 You do not have to repeat the fajr prayers because, at the time, you did not know for sure that you have missed its allowed time. The opinion of the majority of the jurists is that intention for prayers does not need to specify ...


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All Praise to Allah Subhan o Taala and blessings on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His Family and Companions The steps mentioned in your given link is correct according to hanafi Fiqh and this fatwa is mentioned in Fatawa Razawia ,As it is stated there that All the fardh and wajibat have to be done in that missed prayer so in this way that missed ...


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For any obligatory prayer that you missed due to sleeping, or forgetting you have to perform it once you realize you missed it regardless of the time. Anas ibn Maalik said: “The Messenger of Allah(saw) said: ‘If one of you sleeps and misses a prayer, or forgets it, then let him pray it as soon as he remembers, because Allah(swt) says (interpretation of the ...


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Prayers are in fact mandatory and they are the first thing -among the worship- on which we are accountable on the day of judgement. The first of his actions for which a servant of Allah will be held accountable on the Day of Resurrection will be his prayers. If they are in order, then he will have prospered and succeeded: and if they are wanting, then he ...


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If you want an answer only from Quran, than the Quran doesn't give permission to making up prayer once it's missed, as Allaah said prayer is enjoined on us at fixed times. So once the prayer is missed, it's lost forever. Therefore, you have to repent and not to miss or neglect the future prayers. Allaah forgives and is merciful. Saying Subhaana Rabbial ...


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No actually. Have attention and consideration during pray is emphasized, but it's not a vital or necessary part of it. It's better you ask God's forgiveness and try more concentration on your prays. If you say words exactly and motions accurately, speed is not a factor!


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In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful What you have inquired can be investigated as indeed a helpful question for the readers, since this issue can be occurred for many of Muslims, especially for the Fajr prayers (because of its time…). As you asked: I didn't wake up for the Fajr of Friday as I was sick, then forgot to pray it ...


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Validity of Qaza Salah: There are two kinds of salah falls into this catagory: Type 1: You missed it due to falling asleep / forgetting/ unknowingly. Type 2: You missed it knowingly. Regarding Type 1, you must pray the salah when you remember as soon as possible and there is no doubt about. I have added few reference for similar situation based on hadith(...


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The major source we can take as a basis for an answer is this hadith which you may find in sahih al-Bukhari, sahih Muslim on the authority of Qatadah and abu Huraira (you may find the last one in sunan ibn Majah and Muwatta' Malik but as a mursal hadith of Sa'id ibn al Musayyib who was married to the daughter of abu Huraira) in Jami' at-Tirmidhi once on the ...


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There's no qada' for Jumuah prayer as you may only perform the two raka'a in a mosque where the Jumu'ah is held following the imam -who in best case held the sermon- afterwards, if you came late for example you must pray the dhohr prayer instead if you didn't catch at least one raka'a with the congregation. An exception is the hanafi madhhab where you may ...


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1- Some scholars maintain that the one who missed prayers for many years may count the missed prayers and make up for them in the hope that Almighty Allah will forgive him. 2- Other scholars held the view that the only option left for one who missed prayers for years is to repent, ask forgiveness of Allah, and do lots of good works; by doing so he can hope ...


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You should pray your prayers! Missing to pray them on time is no excuse for not praying them especially if you are aware of that or once you remember it! The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "If anyone forgets a prayer he should pray that prayer when he remembers it. There is no expiation except to pray the same." Then he recited: "Establish prayer for My (i.e. Allah's) ...


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First a prayer becomes qada' once it was not prayed on time! The only prayer with a narrow time gap is the sobh or fajr (fard) prayer performing (or starting or reaching at least the first ruku') it after sunrise is qada'. Else the ruling is simple the end time of any other prayer is the beginning time of the next. So you can perform Dhuhr until a few ...


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You don't have to make up Sunnat and Nafl rakats, only Farz, because those are obligatory whereas the rest are additional good deeds but not required. It is bad to delay prayers, but offering them late is better than never offering them at all. Proceed with a strategy: Everyday offer double prayers. e.g each day offer: Fajr: 2 Sunnat, 2 Farz and 2 Qazah ...


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Prayer obligatory to perform within its stipulated time: “Verily, the prayer is enjoined on the believers at fixed hours” [an-Nisa 4:103] Each prayer has a time range in which it can be performed, for example Fajr can be performed from sahr to shrook. If you delay prayer while remaining in its alloted time period it is permissible. However if you ...


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Prophet Muhammad said: Whenever one of you misses a Salaah due to sleeping or due to negligence, it is obligatory upon him/her that he/she pray the Salaah when he remembers it because God has metioned, “Perform Salah when you remember me”(Muslim,Hadith 1569) According to myislam.com you have to make up all the missed prayers because no one knows when the ...


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Assalamu alaikum wrwb there, Welcome to Islam. No In Shaa Allah, you don't have to repeat what you have missed in the past, All you have to do is ask for forgiveness from Allah, repent and don't repeat it again. Islamic Online University has a special diploma courses designed for new muslims to learn all the basics including salah. So please check that out. ...


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Maybe to expand my comment, here general relevant rules regarding prayer: 1) Every prayer must be prayed in its assigned time slot. 2) There are three times when praying is haram: shortly before sunrise until the sun has risen properly, after the moment when the sun is in its zenith until it has properly passed the zenith, and from the time when the sun is ...


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1- No one is allowed to miss a farz prayer purposefully, because of any excuse, there is literally no valid excuse for this. Even in war, farz prayer is not delayed. Specially because of this excuse. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The earth has been made for me a place of prayer and purification, so whenever the time of ...


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You would be considered as a pure person if you are not sure that the dried urine definitely has toughed your body (by things like water...). Of course as a significant ruling, saying prayer by Najis (impure) clothes is not true/accepted. For more precaution, you'd better wash your clothes and go to bathroom and wash yourself to be certain regarding this ...


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