Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. I have missed three prayers, do I have to pray them in the order in which they were missed? Or does the order not make any difference? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Aslamualaikum, My question is regarding the prayers. I m in Sweden for my studies,and the interval between the prayer timings is very small here.At this time we are offering our Duhr p rayer at 11:30 and Asar at 13:30, this interval will become even shorter later.and the free or break time from class for us is only from 12:00 to 13:00, in which we can offer our prayers. Can we offer the zuhr and asar prayer together? and can we offer Qaza of the magrib prayer because of having our class at maghrib's time?thanks
Can we delay the Magrib Prayer for 10 minutes?The gulf country in which I am working now recently changed the prayer time of Magrib. Till the end of April 2009 the prayer was after 5 minutes from the time of Adan in all mosques and now the prayer is after 10 minutes from the time of Adan. Why they are changing the time like that now? Are we allowed to make changes like that?
Dear scholars! I would like to know why some prayers are recited loudly (Jahri) such as Maghrib and `Isha while others are silent (Sirri) as is the case with Zuhr and `Asr? Is there any wisdom behind this?
i have observed that for four prayers viz. fajr, zuhr, asr,isha. reasonable time is given (15 to 30 minutes) after azaan for people to gather in the mosque for prayers. my question is related to the maghrib prayer. in some mosques, prayer is offered immediately in the mosque after azaan. kindly explain with proper reference as to how much time gap should be given between azaan and offering prayer (in the mosque).as far as i have the ubderstanding, the purpose of azaan is that people should gatherin the mosque for prayer and so a very reasonable time gap is given to the people to gather in the mosque, except for maghrib prayer. kindly throw light in this matter as i am a bit confused