in the name of Allah most merceiful most gracious my respected brothers i would like to know if saying all praises are due to Allah highly glorifed is Allah and Allah is greater one hundred times after fajr and after asr prayers was a sunnah of prophet muhmmad peace be upon him since there are no sunnah prayers after these two salats thank you may Allah continue to bless you and our uhmmah amin
As-Salamu `alaykum! I am a medical student and sometimes I go to bed after 2:00 a.m. Therefore, after I offer Fajr Prayer, I feel tired and go to sleep. Please tell me the ruling on sleeping after Fajr Prayer; is it haram (forbidden) or makruh (disliked)? Actually I don't like to sleep after Fajr, but I need to know the correct ruling if I face it. Also what about sleeping after `Asr Prayer? Jazaka Allah khayran.
Respected scholars of Islam, As-Salamu `alaykum. Is the Fajr time only between the onset of dawn and before sunrise, or do we have to pray it while it is totally dark? I sometimes wake up late (before sunrise), but it has become clear outside. Am I making a mistake? Also, is Maghrib time from sunset to `Isha'? Or is it from sunset until it gets completely dark?
Respected scholars, as-salamu `alaykum. I have six children between the ages of 7 and 21, and thanks to Allah, they all keep up Prayer. However, I suffer a great deal when I wake them up for the Fajr Prayer. I spend over an hour trying in every possible way I can think of, but in the end, I have to shout at them to get up and pray. So, they only pray the Fajr P rayer for fear of me, not out of devotion to Allah. What should I do? Should I keep doing this? I don't want them to hate Prayer. Jazakum Allahu Khayran.