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Covering the mouth during Salah is considered a makruh action. وأن يغطي الرجل فاه وهذا إن كان بغير عذر، وغلا فلا يكره It is also undesirable for a man to cover his mouth while praying unless he has an acceptable excuse for doing so. — الفقه على المذاهب الأربعة - Islamic Jurisprudence According To The Four Schools The evidence for this includes: ...


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No Every innovation in the Deen will not be accepted, and you should not say Ameen to that duas. saying Ameen to what he is saying is like you are accepting what he is doing. 'Aishah (May Allah be pleased with her) reported: Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "If anyone introduces in our matter something which does not belong to it, will be rejected". ...


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From Book IV of "Lessons in Islam Talimul Islam" by Mufti Kifayat Ullah Dehlvi (English translation of the Urdu book Talimul Islam) Q: Is it allowed for a person not to actually utter the words but only repeat them at the pre-speech level? A: By only reciting the Holy Quran at the level of imagination, the Salat will not be valid. It is essential ...


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We find in the sunnah: He who finds a rak'ah of the prayer, he in fact finds the prayer. (In Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim and elsewhere) This is the criterion and basis on which we can decide whether or not we have prayed on time. This is also the basis that decides whether or not we have prayed in a congregation as one variations of the hadith ...


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Also I have same problem in my hostel room . So I decided to put a bucket( which I do not use for anything but to wash my feet by pouring with a mug ) near to sink or in a corner . I do wudu in sink except and finally wash my feet in the bucket.. Hope this may help anybody....Assalamu alaikum☺


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some indicated some methods to get a better idea of time, but even with everything you say, looking at shadows, etc, you get a relative time period and nothing remotely close to precise timing with a clock down to minutes, and even seconds. More over, at nights(and dawn etc), there was no means to know what time it was, as it is also noted in Quran in one ...


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Allah (ﷻ) specifically pointed out that prayer has specified, fixed times (see verse below). That is where the great focus and emphasis on exact times comes from. Whether you use a clock to keep track of time or the sun, you're still trying to get the exact times and pray on time. Prayer outside of its time frame is rejected. Qur'an 4:103 فإذا قضيتم ...


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It is an incredible sin to miss a prayer without a real reason or genuine need and the Hadith contain extraordinary admonitions about it. On the off chance that an individual misses a prayer because of recklessness or carelessness, he should repent for it sincerely and pledge before Allah not to let this happen in the future.


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