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first of all tell you that I am not a scholar and I have very little information, having said that what I can tell you is the part in which you say that you believe that God will not accept your repentance that is something very serious, it is part of machination of the devil to make you despair of the mercy of god and believe that he will not forgive you ...


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Sunnahs are essentialy Nafls (just more emphasised / preferred), and Nafls are read in pairs of rakhaats. So my understanding is that in your case, provided you did this unintentionally, the first two rakhaats count as your Sunnah and the last two count as Nafl. If this happens again, make sure not to stop after three, as that makes the whole salah invalid (...


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I found this hadith present in both Bukhari (668) and Muslim (699). I will quote the one in Muslim, because I feel like that one is easier to read. Though, I have linked both. When you have announced" I testify that there is no god but Allah; I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah," do not say:" Come to the prayer," but make this announcement:" ...


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To answer, "Is it allowed to offer Jummah prayer inside the house when moving outside could be dangerous and/or life threatening?". I would say yes, praying from house is allowed in case of real severe hindrance. I base this off the hadith present in both Bukhari (668) and Muslim (699). I will quote the one in Muslim, because I feel like that one is easier ...


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There is no guidance in the Qu'ran itself on this. Within the Hadith, none of the following reports concerned women-led prayer was deemed entirely reliable by classical scholars in the four main Sunni traditions due to a weakness in the chain of transmitters - they all go back to a single unreliable narrator: Aisha a. A woman reported that 'Aisha ...


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No! The place is a condition for congregational prayer! Straightening the lines and Joining the shoulders are conditional factors! Without them you can not establish Jammah


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Some Hanafis do rafa’yadan! But who said you have to follow on school of thought! The only one to be followed alone is our Prophet Sallallaahualaihiwasallam صلى الله عليه وسلم Read this excellent book that would explain everything: http://www.islamnd.org/Events/Prophet_Prayer2.pdf


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If you can’t pray standing pray sitting at your desk! If there is no place in the factory to prostrate then do prostration in the air! And if you are in hospital pray laying down in bed! But there is no excuse for missing any prayer whatsoever! This is your right to Allah! Do it on time in the best manner you can! And Allah doesn’t ask a sole more than it ...


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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 ...


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There's nothing hindering you to do so. Especially as you came across that it is sunnah and if you are rather sure of its authenticity. Be aware that even if the Hanafi maddhab doesn't follow this sunnah this doesn't mean that the Hanafi scholars have not discussed the hadith its authenticity and validity, so they certainly have reasons for not following ...


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I think covered your Question here so please check it London Prayer Times


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No, according to the majority. That is because the texts preventing a woman from imamah over men: are general, not specific to strangers do not provide a criterion (such as lust or any evil thoughts) on which they are conditional do not make an exception for a mahram Whereas texts on imamah of women (such as those narrated from or regarding Aisha, Umm ...


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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 ...


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The Hadith to be considered is: It was narrated that Jabir bin ‘Abdullah said: “The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: The best rows for men are the front rows and the worst rows are the back rows, and the best rows for women are the back rows and the worst are the front rows.” Ibn Majah So before a prayer starts, above is the recommended sequence. ...


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السَّلامُ عليكم ورحمةالله وبركاته Crying in response to recitation does not invalidate Salah, it is actually desirable if due to fear and love for Allah. There is an hadith where the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said "I have established palaces at the highest levels of paradise for those who shed tears and no one will share to with him."


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