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How to Perform the 5 Obligatory Prayers

Source : Darul Fatwa / 25 Apr 2014

There are five (5) prayers which must be performed by the Muslims and are called “obligatory” prayers. They are Dhuhr (Noon) prayer, ^Asr (afternoon) prayer, Maghrib (sunset) prayer, ^Ishaa' (Nightfall) prayer and Fajr (Dawn) prayer. It is a great sin to neglect performing any of these obligatory prayers. Among the merits of performing the obligatory prayers is that one’s small sins, which may be committed between prayers, are forgiven. The Prophet , may Allah raise his rank, said what means:

 

Missing Rakats in Congregational Prayers

Source : Reliable Fatwas / 23 Apr 2014

Question : When should the Masbooq stand to perform his missed raka’ts – after the Imaam’s first or second Salaam?

 

Entering Mosque During Adhan

Source : Qibla.com / 31 Mar 2014

Question :

If someone enters the mosque while the call to prayer is being given, then should he remain standing and repeat the words of the call to prayer and then pray the rak‘as of greeting the mosque after the call to prayer is completed? Or should he pray the rak‘as of greeting the mosque first and then repeat whatever words of the call to prayer that he is able to (if anything of it remains) after his salams [h: upon completing his prayer]? Or is there even any preference?
 

Hadith Evidence for Tawarruk

Source : Shafiifiqh.com / 27 Dec 2013

Question:

as-Salaam Alaykum: Could you please provide the evidence of the Shafi’i school for sitting in tawarruk in the last rakah of every prayer? May Allah give you tawfiq.

Answer:

Wa alaykum salam wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuHu,

In Sahih al-Bukhari v. 1, p. 210 #828, on the authority of Abu Humayd al-Sa’idi who said,

 

Adhkar After Salat: Authentic Supplications for after the Prayer

By Abu Amina Elias / 30 Nov 2013

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

The following are authentic supplications from the Sunnah for after the prayer in Arabic with English translation and transliteration.

استغفراللهاستغفراللهاستغفرالله

Astaghfiru Allah, Astaghfiru Allah, Astaghfiru Allah

 

Menstruation

By NewMuslims.com / 30 Apr 2013

There are special regulations in Islam legislated for women regarding the three types of bleeding they experience, that are menses, post-partum bleeding, and abnormal bleeding. Women must understand the rulings pertinent to each type, as they deal with important aspects of worship, such as purification, prayer and fasting. This lesson will try to explain the most important rulings relevant to each type of bleeding.

 

Six Tips to Recharge Your Iman

By Ola El-Shamy / 10 Apr 2013

Ever felt like you’re having an Iman dip? That after being a very active, productive Muslim – praying on time, reading Qur’an frequently, always looking forward to doing good deeds – you are becoming lazy and that your enthusiasm to perform the same way is fading?

 

Medical Benefits of Prostration

Source : Islamweb.net / 2 Apr 2013

Sajdah (prostration) is a unique position or stance in the regular prayers, which a Muslim is supposed to offer at least five times a day. Although the basic purpose of obligatory prayers is not to provide exercise, yet it is being increasingly recognized that it has plenty of medical advantages for the human body.

 

Spiritual Benefits of Prayer

By NewMuslims.com / 28 Mar 2013

Remembrance of Allah

Almost every person in the modern world is involved in some basic worldly activity like earning a living, going to school, eating, sleeping, and socializing.  Naturally, we forget Allah and the obligations due to Him.  When we forget Allah, this life and its worries become the central occupation of the human mind.  Desires run wild.  A person begins to ‘chase his shadow’, something he can never catch.  For many, money becomes the sole goal of life.  The more you make, the more you spend, the more you want.

 

2 Raka’at Salah for women.

By Ebrahim Saifuddin / 6 Mar 2013

It is important to read the note at the end of this article to learn the way to offer 3 and 4 Raka’a Salah.

There are certain acts of Salah that are fardh, sunnah etc but these are not covered in this compilation. Other books of fiqh like "Behishti Zewar" should be consulted in order to learn those along with a myriad of rulings regarding Salah and Taharah.

1. Stand upright facing the Qibla

 
 

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