Last Modified: 24 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
I was praying the two rakah sunnah salah after Maghrib. During the first ra'kah I was reciting a surah I just recently learned. Halfway through I forget a verse. I stayed there for about 2 minutes attempting to remember what the next verse was. When I couldn't remember, I moved forward to get a mushaf from the shelf in front of me. I read from the mushaf and then put it back. Is what I did permissible or is something to be avoided?
Last Modified: 20 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
It is well known that the Sunnah muâakkadah (confirmed Sunnah) prayers include both even-numbered (al-shafâ) and odd-numbered (al-witr). Is there a hadeeth which speaks of the even-numbered prayers?
Last Modified: 16 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
brother I wanted to know the status and ruling on Salat-ul-Tasbih which is explained as is very important and referenced is given from AbuâDawood & Tirimzi but without the Hadith number and it says Our Beloved Prophet Muhammed (Sallallaho Alihiwassallam) said to his uncle (fatherâs brother) Sayyiduna Abbass (may Allah be pleased with him) Oh uncle shall I not give you Shall I not grant you Shall I not award you Shall I not do mercy on you When you do 10 things Allah will forgive you ...
Last Modified: 15 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
In my house I have an al-Fajr clock that gives the adhaan at the times of prayer. There are no mosques in the city in which we are living. Is it prescribed to respond to the adhaan on the clock or not?
Last Modified: 11 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
A friend of mine was offering 2 rakahs sunnah after Maghrib in the Mosque, when a new comer joined him for Jamaah. My friend didn't know what to do as he was offering the Sunnah and he knew that the new comer was under the impression that he was offering fard. After the prayer my friend was still in the Mosque when the new comer finished his prayer and asked my friend why he had not been reading out loud as it was MAghrib. My friend informed him that he had been reading the Sunnah and therefore ...
Last Modified: 08 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
Can I pray after doing tayammum in the case of janabah on intensely cold days, knowing that I do not have the ability to purify myself immediately? In addition to that, I get ill because of the cold that affects my back, which affects me a great deal
Last Modified: 05 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
We went out to pray Fajr prayer last Thursday, the fourteenth of Ramadaan, and we saw that the moon was eclipsed. What should we have done?
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
Should we offer the eclipse prayer (salaat al-kusoof) based on the announcements of astronomers published in the newspaper? If the eclipse takes place in another country should we pray the eclipse prayer or is it necessary to see the eclipse with the naked eye?
Last Modified: 01 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
When you are in a prayer in which Qurâaan is recited silently, should the person praying behind the imam stop reciting after he finishes reciting al-Faatihah and a soorah in the first and second rakâah and after he finishes reciting al-Faatihah in the third and fourth rakâah? If he should not be silent, what should he recite?
Last Modified: 29 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
Is if i travel to other place during Ramadan and my salaat missed which is qasr.when i come back should i pray full salaat or half.
Last Modified: 26 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
Can I pray if there is someone sitting in a chair in front of me and I can only see his back?
Last Modified: 25 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
I pray quickly, i.e., I recite Soorat al-Faatihah and other short soorahs quickly, and my movements during the prayer are also fast. Is this permissible or not ?
Last Modified: 18 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
A group of women rented a flat and they asked about the qiblah, then they prayed facing the direction that they were told about. Then they found out that it was wrong. What is the ruling?
Last Modified: 11 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
I often offer the obligatory prayers on my own because there is no mosque near me. Do I have to give the adhaan and iqaamah for every prayer, or is it permissible for me to pray without any adhaan or iqaamah?
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
Did the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) ever miss the Jummaa prayer because of bad weather. the weather which is meant is about 20cm of snow.
Last Modified: 04 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
If I come when the congregation is bowing or prostrating, is it sufficient for me to say the takbeer for bowing or prostrating, or do I have to say the takbeer for ihraam (starting the prayer), then follow it with the takbeer for bowing or prostrating?
Last Modified: 02 Dec 2010 03:10 GMT
If I am to travel on a journey, normally more then 100 miles away or so, how many rakats do we perform before and after travelling. I believe it is two rakats before and after the journey?
Last Modified: 29 Nov 2010 03:10 GMT
I offer namaz regularly (mash-allah) also when i am in office, but in my office i have other muslim brothers who dont offer namaz. I want to talk to them but feel that if i try to convince them i will stop offering namaz. I dont understand why i have these feeling. Please guide me. Also in my office i asked our tea boy why he does not offer namaz. He said he has to clean toilet daily so he gets impure to offer namaz and evening when he reaches home he is tired as he is working for 12 hours so he ...
Last Modified: 29 Nov 2010 03:10 GMT
If we are praying in a small mosque and we hear the adhaan from a large mosque, is the Sunnah to give the adhaan in the small mosque, or should we regard the adhaan that we hear from the large mosque as being sufficient?
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2010 03:10 GMT
If I stay in a city for a temporary period whilst travelling, is it better to offer the prayers in shortened form in my house or to offer them in complete form in congregation in the mosque?
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