The Prophet (SAW) is simply indicating the importance of praying in Jama'ah and how angry he became at those who did not pray in Jama'ah without any excuse.
A longer narration of the same hadith:
"By Him in Whose Hand my soul is I was about to order for collecting firewood (fuel) and then order someone to pronounce the Adhan for the prayer and then ...
Prayer times are traditionally calculated according to the position of the sun, regardless of the weather.
There is typically a 90 minute window (varies by season and location) for praying maghrib for it to be valid, so even though it's typically prayed at the beginning of that period it is permissible to delay it if you are unable to determine the position ...
When both are equally viable, the most recommended course of action is that the person praying behind the Imam should move back.
This is shown in a long hadith of Sahih Muslim:
Jabir ibn Abdullah narrated:
[...] Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) got up to observe prayer [...] I then came and stood upon the left side of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ). He caught hold of me and ...
The simple answer is yes, as long as you don't break wudu' you can pray as many prayers as you like. But it is much better and recommended to perform wudu' for each prayer as the well known hadith about Bilal's footsteps in paradise suggests.
A clearer evidence is:
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) performed five prayers with the same ablution of the occasion ...
Did the prophet () have a prayer mat?
There's no backup for him having one as we use today. He prayed on prayer mats that were made from palm sheets or sheets of other plants and rarely used mats made from animal fur. And he also prayed on earth without using any separator.
You can pray on any tahir ground even on soil.
'The earth has been made for me a ...
This might need some elaboration (that i hopefully will add later), but
You should know that the rulings of Islam are made in such way that they shouldn't harm people or cause them death.
Allah does not charge a soul except [with that within] its capacity. ... (2.286)
So fear Allah as much as you are able and listen and obey and spend [in the way of Allah ...
The idea of ghusl is being in a pure state in order to pray, you can have multiple intercourse and can do ghusl after them in order to pray.
The point is once there's a penetration ghusl (not necessary ejaculation! hadd in case of zina for more information read How deep does the penis need to be inside before it's classed as zina and is subject to the ...
Fajr begins at subh saadiq, true dawn or the beginning of twilight, when the morning light appears across the full width of the sky and ends at sunrise.
The time interval for offering the Zuhr starts after the sun passes its zenith and lasts until 20 min (approx) before the call for the Asr prayer is to be given.
The Asr prayer starts when the shadow of an ...
Let me add some depth to your question:
Why it's recommended to brush your teeth? Put on perfume/cologne, comb your hair or in general be clean — regardless of being Tahir?
Additionally you could ask why do we have to make wudu? First right then left? Why 5 times? Why sit down? Why not pray while I'm jogging?
At the high level, the whole notion of it to ...
It is a point of agreement among the scholars that asking forgiveness for a person who has died as a disbeliever is unlawful and forbidden.
Allah says in the Quran:
It is not for the Prophet and those who have believed to ask forgiveness for the polytheists, even if they were relatives, after it has become clear to them that they are companions of Hellfire. ...
As mentioned, there aren't any specific dua's from the quran or sunnah for getting married, and it doesn't seem that your problem is finding a match but expiditing the arrangements you have. So there are some du'a that may usefully help you ask in your circumstances. I'd recommend studying the quran for the context and lessons behind these du'a.
The dua of ...
Brother 1 thing simple just reminde that you are standing in front of Allah(s.w.t) while praying think that Allah talah is watching you and praying namaz is talking with Allah (s.w.t) so think that you are talking with allah swt and allah swt is listening to you and you will start paying attention automaticly while praying
First of all, do not harm yourself or think about killing yourself, Allah is the one who gives life and takes life. You felt bad the moment you 'thought' about it and you repented and even if you said it at loud,if you sincerely repent to Allah, Allah will still forgive you.
Allah is The Most Merciful, The Entirely Merciful and it's the month of Ramadan, ...
Allah says in (5:6):
" O you who have believed, when you rise to [perform] prayer, wash your faces and your forearms to the elbows and wipe over your heads and wash your feet to the ankles. ...."
So by onky wiping the face instead of washing it and not wiping the head while it is an ordered act, you already missed two essential fard acts of wudu'. Your ...
When a person commits sins it doesn't mean his dua's can't be answered, dua is still a form of worship and a realization of Tawheed, Shaytaan was disobedient and became a kafir and his dua was still answered, since Allah is ar-Raheem. Thought what needs to be mentioned is that sins block your dua's from being accepted, but in the general sense, a pious ...
In this medical situation you have to listen doctors and authorities as general muftis don't have DNA doctors degree, neither they are some high level DNA researchers, so how can one judge something when they know nothing about it.
Upon converting to Islam, all previous sins are forgiven, Alhamdullilah. Additionally, one does not have to makeup any prayers or fasts missed for the duration that one was non-Muslim. The Sacred Law rulings related to worship only apply to Muslims.
After one converted to Islam, if one subsequently missed any obligatory fasts or obligatory prayers, then one ...
No it's never ever right to offer your fajr prayer after dawn
Even there's a Hadith which says that your namaz is qaza or unofferable after there are no stars left on the sky and the first sun ray has reached the earth!
So try to offer your prayers immediately after Azan because holy prophet said the best deed a Muslim can do is to offer prayer at it's right ...
As-salamu Alaykum sister,
There are many scholarly arguments for this.
The most popular view is that she has to catch up her prayers that she didn’t perform.
With istihada, she has to do wudu for each salat IF she is still suffering from istihada. If this is a lot for you, trying spreading it out throughout the day?
I hope this helps.
Bin baz (late Saudi Mufti) , Mohamed almunajjed both said it's ok to read from The Qur'an and hold it while praying , Khaled Almosleh said the same for the Qura'an and for any tablets that shows the Qura'an.
May allah Accept your Salah
The matter is not that simple:
As it was said in the comments the prayer is a due on every Muslim and Muslima.
Praying on time is also a due on every Muslim and Muslima:
... Indeed, prayer has been decreed upon the believers a decree of specified times. (4:103)
However the sunnah gives us a bit ease:
The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "If anyone forgets a prayer ...
Shirk means associating partner to Allah. The prophet said Every action is dependant on intention. From your question I could understand that due to shame and embarrassment you have continued to pray despite breaking wudu and this isn't shirk. Although the correct thing to do is to walk out,do wudu and join in again.
The prophet said فَاللَّهُ أَحَقُّ أَنْ ...
If you are asking about the Sunan ar-rawatib السنن الرواتب (the sunnah prayers that are related to fard prayers) like the fajr prayer, the sunnah before and after dhohr, before 'asr, after maghrib etc..
Then you can only start praying them after the beginning of the time for the related (fard) prayer, and of course in case they are sunnah ba'adiya سنة بعدية (...
A simple answer is: No this du'a is not (exclusively) meant (or more correctly reported) to be said within the prayer at any specific act of this worship.
It is among the du'a's the prophet used to recite the most as reported by some sahabah (especially Anas ibn Malik):
Anas (RAA) narrated, “The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) used to supplicate frequently:
There are some things that are recommended to say after you finish your Tashahhud and Salawat to the Prophet. Some of the duas are:
اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ عَذَابِ جَهَنَّمَ وَمِنْ عَذَابِ الْقَبْرِ وَمِنْ فِتْنَةِ الْمَحْيَا وَالْمَمَاتِ وَمِنْ شَرِّ فِتْنَةِ الْمَسِيحِ الدَّجَّالِ
Meaning: O Allaah, I seek refuge with You from the punishment ...
The matter is wide open:
You could say it three times, you could say it more you could say it even less.
And you could perform du'a (See in Sahih Muslim) instead of praising Allah during sujud.
If you performed it once and in all unhurriedly it would be regarded as valid.
The main reason for considering praising Allah three times sunnah are ahadith such as:
Qiyaam al-layl means spending (part of) the night in acts of worship and is more general than Tahajjud, while Tahajjud is part of it.
Obviously you must have the intention to perform the action for it to be counted as an act for worship.
This question is invalid as as they are related not mutually exclusive.
Yes, you may. Taraweeh is only a Sunnah Mu‘akkadah, and Witr's status is high enough that the Hanafi madhab took it to be as wajib (obligatory). If you were to only offer one, then Witr would take precedence.