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Salah Class. Class number 5. Sunnah Prayers. Fajr 2 rak’ah before Zuhr 2 or 4 rak’ah before 2 or 4 rak'ah after Asr 2 or 4 rak’ah before. Sunnah Prayers. Maghrib 2 rak’ah before 2 Rak’ah after ‘ Isha 2 rak’ah before 2 after .

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Salah Class

Class number 5


Sunnah Prayers

  • Fajr

    • 2 rak’ah before

  • Zuhr

    • 2 or 4 rak’ah before

    • 2 or 4 rak'ah after

  • Asr

    • 2 or 4 rak’ah before


Sunnah Prayers

  • Maghrib

    • 2 rak’ah before

    • 2 Rak’ah after

  • ‘Isha

    • 2 rak’ah before

    • 2 after


Rawatib(Sunnah Prayers associated with Obligatory Prayers)

“Whoever preserves four Rakatsbefore Zuhr and four after it, Allah will make him forbidden for the Fire.”

  • 2 Rak’ah before Fajr

  • 4 Rak’ah before Zuhr

  • 2 Rak’ah after Zuhr

  • 2 after Maghrib

  • 2 after ‘Isha


Sunnah Prayers while traveling

  • The 2 rak’ah before Fajr

  • Witr

  • The Sunnah is not to pray the other Sunnah of the other 4 obligatory Salah while a traveling


Other Sunnah Prayers

  • Tahiyyatul Masjid (Prayer of Greeting the Masjid)

    • 2 rak’ah

  • Duha (Forenoon) Prayer

    • 2 to 8 rak’ah

  • Istikhaarah - Prayer For Guidance

    • 2 rak’ah

  • Eclipse prayer

    • 2 rak’ah

  • Janaza (Funeral) Prayer

    • 2 Rak’ah


Other Sunnah Prayers

  • TaraweehPrayer

    • 2 – 8 Rak’ah

  • TahajjudPrayer

    • 2 – 8 Rak’ah

  • Salat-ul-Tawbah

    • 2 Rak’ah

  • Eid Prayer

    • 2 Rak’ah

  • Fear Prayer

    • 2 Rak’ah


Some Fatawah regarding Salah

  • Missing a Salah because of sleep or forgetfulness until its due time is over.

    • One should perform it upon getting up or remembering it.

  • Should the person who loses consciousness for a long period make up for Salah and Sawm they have missed?

    • They are not required to make up for them.

  • A person offered `Isha' Prayer and then remembered that they did not perform Maghrib Prayer. Is their Salah valid?

    • Their Salah is valid.


Some Fatawah regarding Salah

  • He missed some of the words of Adhan (call to Prayer) mistakenly. Should he repeat it again?

    • Yes, he has to do so.

  • When the muezzin is unable to complete the Adhan (call to Prayer) due to a legal excuse, should another person complete it or institute it again?

    • Another person can complete it and if he institutes it, it will be all right

  • Ruling on doubting the purity of clothes.

    • Doubt should be disregarded as the basic rule is the purity.


Some Fatawah regarding Salah

  • Should a woman announce Iqamah (call to start the Prayer) when leading other women in Salah?

    • Woman's announcement of Iqamah is not supported by the Sunnah.

  • Raising hands during Du`a' (supplication).

    • It is permissible to do so

  • Is it permissible to uncover one's shoulders while offering Salah (prayer)?

    • A Muslim is required by Shari`ah to cover his shoulders while praying


Some Fatawah regarding Salah

  • He performed Salah, then he remembered that he did not perform Wudu'.

    • His Salah is invalid.

  • Leading Salah while being ritually impure forgetfully and the Ma'mums (people being led by an Imam in Prayer) are unaware.

    • The Imam should perform Salah again, but the Ma'mum is not required to do so.

  • Having Wudu' without performing Istinja' (cleansing the private parts with water after urination or defecation) urination or defecation.

    • Salah is invalid.


Some Fatawah regarding Salah

  • Finding impurity in the clothes after performing Salah.

    • Salah is valid.

  • Remembering that one's garment is impure during Salah.

    • One should stop Salah unless they are able to take it off without uncovering their `Awrah (parts of the body that should be covered in Salah).

  • Performing Salah while wearing shoes at Masjids.

    • It is permissible. However, it should be taken off after furnishing Masjids with carpets.


Some Fatawah regarding Salah

  • Non-Muslim's entering a Masjid.

    • If a need is present then it is permissible

  • The Salah of those who exert much effort to determine the Qiblah (Ka`bah-direction faced in Prayer), then they came to know that they are wrong.

    • Their Salah is valid.

  • The Ma'mum (person being led by an Imam in Prayer) forgetting the last Tashahhud (testification recited in the sitting position in the last unit of Prayer).

    • Salah is invalid according to the soundest opinion of scholars.


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