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دوشنبه: 1401/05/17

Zakatul Fitrah

Zakatul Fitrah

Zakatul Fitrah

Once the month of Ramadan has ended - meaning on the day of ‘Eid ul Fitr – one must give a certain amount of one’s own wealth to the poor, with the Niyyat of Zakatul Fitrah.

موضوع:

The Qaza and the Kaffarah of the Fast

The Qaza and the Kaffarah of the Fast

The Qaza and the Kaffarah of the Fast

 

The Qaza Fast

 

If someone does not fast during the month of Ramadan, or his fast becomes void, then he must make up the Qaza of these fasts after the month of Ramadan.

 

Kaffarah of the Fast

 

Someone who makes his fast become void without a valid excuse, by committing one of the things that breaks the fast, must perform the Qaza of the fast, and must also fulfill one of the following acts which are referred to as the Kaffarah (or penalties) (of the fast):

  1. Must free one slave.
  2. Must fast for two months of which 31 days must be consecutive.
  3. Must feed sixty poor people, or give one mudd1 of food to each of them.

If a Kaffarah becomes Wajib on somebody, then one of the above three mentioned acts must be performed; and because in today’s day and age, the freeing of a slave is not applicable in terms of Fiqh, the second or third penalty must be performed. However, if one does not have the ability to perform any of these, then one must give some amount of food to a poor person, and if one cannot even perform this, then one must do as much as possible and also give Sadaqah. If one is not even able to do this, then one must ask for forgiveness from Allah (SWT).

 

The Rules of the Qaza and the Kaffarah of the Fast

 

  1. It is not necessary that the Qaza of the fast be performed immediately, but according to Ihtiyat Wajib, it must not be delayed until the next Ramadan.
  2. One must not be negligent about giving the Kaffarah, but it is not necessary that the Kaffarah be given immediately, and even if a few years pass before it is fulfilled, nothing has to be added to the Kaffarah.
  3. If someone does not fast due to an excuse such as travelling, and after the month of Ramadan the excuse goes away, and until the next Ramadan intentionally does not make up the Qaza fast, then in addition to making up the Qaza fast, one must also give one Mudd of food to a poor person for each fast that was missed. Even if due to an excuse, the Qaza fast was not made up, then according to Ihtiyat Wajib, in addition to performing the Qaza fast, one must also give one Mudd of food to a poor person.
  4. If someone is not able to fast due to sickness and this sickness continues until the next Ramadan, then the person is not responsible for making up the Qaza of the fast, however one must give one Mudd of food to a poor person for every fast that was missed.

 

The Fast of a Traveler

 

  1. The Traveler who must reduce his Salat from four Rak’at to two Rak’at during a journey, is not allowed to fast while he is travelling, but he must perform the Qaza of the fast. As for the Traveler whose Salat is prayed in full, he must fast while he is travelling – for example the person whose profession is travelling.
  2. A person who is fasting and travels after Zuhr must continue with his fast, and it will be valid.
  3. If a person who is fasting travels before Zuhr, and reaches the Hadd Tarakkhus - meaning he reaches the point where he cannot hear the Adhan of his city and he cannot see the people of his city - then his fast will become invalid. If before he reaches this point, he does something to make his fast void, then along with performing the Qaza of the fast, a Kaffarah also becomes Wajib upon him.
  4. There is no problem with travelling during the holy month of Ramadan, but if it is done to avoid fasting, then it is Makruh.
  5. If a Traveler reaches his home (Watan) or a place where he intends to stay for ten days before Zuhr, then in the event that he has not committed an act that makes the fast void, he must fast on that day. If he has committed an act that makes the fast void, then he must not fast on that day.
  6. If a Traveler reaches his Watan or a place where he intends to stay for ten days after Zuhr, then he must not fast on that day.

موضوع:

Fasting

Fasting

Fasting

 

One of the other Wajib acts and yearly programs of Islam, for the self-building of the Muslim is fasting. In this act of worship, a person leaves various actions, which will be explained shortly, from the Adhan of Fajr until Maghrib, only in obedience to the command of Allah (SWT).

 

Niyyat for Fasting

 

  1. Fasting is one of the acts of worship, and must be performed for the pleasure of Allah (SWT) (Complying with the order of Allah (SWT)), and this is the Niyyat of fasting.
  2. A person can specify the Niyyat each preceding night for the month of Ramadhan for the following days fast, but it is better that the Niyyat be made on the first night of the month, for the entire month fasts.
  3. It is not necessary that the Niyyat be recited with the tongue (spoken), rather, even if one does not perform those actions that make the fast void from the Adhan of Fajr until Mahgrib because (one wishes) to follow the commandments of Allah (SWT), then this too will be sufficient.

 

The Things that Make the Fast Void

 

The person fasting must avoid certain acts from the Adhan of Fajr until Mahgrib, and if any of these acts are performed, then the fast will become void. The collection of these actions are referred to as the “Things which make the Fast void”, include the following:

  1. Eating and drinking
  2. Having a thick dust (or smoke) reach the throat
  3. Placing the complete head under water
  4. Vomiting

Other than the things listed above, there are also other actions that make the Fast void, and one who would like to learn these additional things can refer to the Taudheeh al – Masael (Islamic Law book), rule number 1581 for more information.

 

The Rules of those Things that Make the Fast Void

 

Eating and Drinking

 

  1. If the person who is fasting intentionally eats or drinks something, then his fast will become void.
  2. If someone intentionally swallows some food that was stuck between the teeth, then the fast will become void.
  3. Swallowing the saliva that is in the mouth does not make the fast void, no matter how much is swallowed.
  4. If the person who is fasting accidentally eats or drinks something (because he does not remember that he is fasting), then the fast will not become void.
  5. A person is not allowed to break his fast if he feels weak, but if his weakness is to such an extent that normally one cannot tolerate it, then there is no problem in breaking the fast.

 

Having an Injection

 

Having an injection or getting serum (for example an intravenous) does not make the fast void.

 

Allowing thick dust (or smoke) to reach the throat

 

If thick dust reaches to the throat of a person who is fasting, then the fast will become void, whether the dust is a dry dust like flour or something that is not dry like dirt.

 

Placing the complete head under water

 

  1. If a person who is fasting submerges his entire head under water, then according to Ihtiyat Wajib, the fast will become void.
  2. If a person who is fasting is forced into the water (not by his own will), and his complete head goes under water; or if he forgets that he is fasting and submerges his head under water, then his fast will not become void. However, as soon as he remembers (that he is fasting), he must immediately remove his head out from the water.

 

Vomiting

 

  1. Any time a person who is fasting intentionally vomits, even if it as a result of some sickness, then the fast will become void.
  2. If a person who is fasting does not remember that he is fasting, or if he is forced to vomit, then the fast will not become void.

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Mustahab Salat

Mustahab Salat

Mustahab Salat

 

There are many Mustahab Salat, however since it is not possible to include all of them in this writing, we have included those that have the most importance:

 

Salatul ‘Eid

 

In the two ‘Eids, ‘Eid of Fitr and ‘Eid of Qurban, reciting the special Salat of ‘Eid is Mustahab.

 

The Time of Salatul - ‘Eid

 

  1. The time for Salatul - ‘Eid, is from the rising of the sun until Zuhr.
  2. It is Mustahab that on ‘Eid al – Fitr, after the sun has risen up, one should eat some food, pay the Zakatul – Fitr and then pray the Salatul -’Eid.

 

How to Recite Salatul - ‘Eid

 

Salatul -’Eid consists of two Rak’at with nine Qunut, and is recited in the following manner:

  1. In the first Rak’at of Salat, after al - Fatiha and the second Surah, five Takbir must be recited, and after each Takbir, a Qunut is performed. After the fifth Qunut, another Takbir is said, and then one goes into Ruku’, followed by the two Sajdahs.
  2. In the second Rak’at, after al - Hamd and the second Surah, four Takbir are recited, and after each Takbir, a Qunut is performed, and after the fourth Qunut, another Takbir is said, and then one goes into Ruku’, performs two Sajdah, and then finishes off with Tashahhud and Salam.
  3. In the Qunut of Salatul -’Eid, any Dua’ or Dhikr that is recited is sufficient, but it is better that the following Dua’ is prayed:

Allahumma Ahlal Kibriya'i Wal 'Azamah, wa Ahlal Judi Wal Jaburat, wa Ahlal 'Afwi War Rahmah, Wa Ahlat Taqwa Wal Maghfirah.
As Aluka Bihaqqi Hazal Yawmil Lazi Ja'altahu Lil Muslimina 'Ida , Wali Mohammadin Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Aalihi, Zukhran wa Sharafan wa Karamatan wa Mazida An Tusalliya 'Ala Mohammadin wa Aali Mohammad wa An Tudkhilani fi Kulli Khayrin Adkhalta Fihi Mohammadan wa Aala Mohammad wa An Tukhrijani Min Kulli Su'in Akhrajta Minhu Mohammadan wa Aala Mohammad Salawatuka 'Alahi wa 'Alahim. Alla Humma Inni as Aluka Khayra Ma Sa’alaka Bihi ‘Ibadukas Salihun, wa ‘Auzubika Mim Masta‘aza Minhu ‘Ibadukal Mukhlasun.

 

The Nafilah of the Daily Salat

 

The Nafilah of the daily Salat - other than the day of Jumu’ah - total 34 Rak’at. Among them are the 11 Rak’at Nafilah of the night, two Rak’at Nafilah of Salatul Fajr, and two Rak’at Nafilah of ‘Isha, and the reward of praying this is great.

 

Salatul Lail (Night Prayers)

 

Salatul Lail consists of 11 Rak’at which are to be recited in the following sequence:

  1. Two Rak’at: Niyyat of Nafilah Salatul Lail
  2. Two Rak’at: Niyyat of Nafilah Salatul Lail
  3. Two Rak’at: Niyyat of Nafilah Salatul Lail
  4. Two Rak’at: Niyyat of Nafilah Salatul Lail
  5. Two Rak’at: Niyyat of Nafilah Salatul Shafa’
  6. One Rak’at: Niyyat of Nafilah Salatul Witr

 

The Time for Salatul Lail

 

  1. The best time for Salatul Lail is from midnight until the Adhan of Fajr, and the closer that it is read to the Adhan of Fajr, the better it is.
  2. People who are travelling, and those who find it hard to recite Salatul Lail after the middle of the night, can perform these Nafilah in the beginning of the night.

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Salatul Qaza

Salatul Qaza

Salatul Qaza

 

Salatul Qaza, refers to that Salat which is prayed after its time has elapsed.

 

  1. A person must recite the Wajib Salat in its specified time, and in the event that without a valid excuse, the Salat is made Qaza, one has committed a sin, and must repent to Allah and perform the Qaza of that Salat.
  2. In two instances, performing the Qaza of the Salat is Wajib:
  1. The Wajib Salat had not been recited in its proper time.
  2. After the time of the Salat has passed, one realizes that the Salat that had been recited was void.
  1. Someone who has Qaza Salat to perform, must not take these Salat lightly, but it is not Wajib that they be performed immediately.
  2. The Salat which are Qaza from one day must be recited in their order, but if Salatul ‘Asr of one day, and Salatul Zuhr of another day become Qaza, then they do not have to be prayed in order.
  3. One who knows that he has some Qaza Salat, but does not know how many; for example, he does not know if he had four or five Qaza to make up, it will be sufficient to perform the lower number of Salat.
  4. If one knew the amount of Qaza Salat, but forgot the actual number, then it is better that one prays enough Salat to have certainty that all of the Qaza Salat have been made up.
  5. One is allowed to pray the Qaza Salat in Jama’at, whether the Salat of the Imam of the Jama’at is Ada or Qaza, and it is not necessary that one is praying the same Salat as the Imam. For example, if one has Qaza for Salatul Fajr, it is no problem if this is prayed with the Zuhr or ‘Asr of the Imam of Jama’at.
  6. If a traveller who must pray his Salat in Qasr, makes his Zuhr or ‘Asr or ‘Isha Qaza, then he must make the Qaza up by praying two Rak’at, even if he wishes to make them up when he is not travelling.
  7. One is not allowed to fast while travelling, even so much so as a Qaza fast, but one can read one’s Qaza Salat.
  8. If while travelling, one wishes to read the Salat that was made Qaza while not a traveler, then he must perform the Salat of Zuhr, ‘Asr and ‘Isha as four Rak’at.
  9. Salatul Qaza can be read at any time, meaning one can even pray the Qaza of Salatul Fajr in the afternoon or evening.

 

 

 

The Qaza Salat of the Father and Mother

 

  1. As long as a person is alive, no other person can read his Salat for him, even if he himself is unable to offer them.
  2. If, because of a valid excuse, the father did not perform his Salat or fasting, then after the death, it is Wajib on the eldest son to perform the Qaza of those. However, if they did not perform them (the Salat or fasting) simply out of disobedience (of the orders of Allah), then according to Ihtiyat Wajib, the eldest son has to perform the Qaza of them.

موضوع:

Salatul Ayat

Salatul Ayat

Salatul Ayat

 

One of the Wajib Salat is Salatul Ayat, which becomes Wajib with the occurrence of natural events such as: Earthquakes, Lunar Eclipses, Solar Eclipses, Lightning and Thunder, and Yellow and Red Cyclones, in the instances that most people would become frightened by the natural event.

 

How to recite Salatul Ayat

 

Salatul Ayat consists of two Rak’at and each Rak’at has five Ruku’. Before each Ruku’, Surah al – Fatiha and one other Surah from the Qur'an must be recited. However, one is also allowed to break up the Surahs into five parts and before each Ruku’, recite one part of the broken Surah; and in this way, in the two Rak’ats, two Surah al – Fatiha and two other Surahs of the Qur'an will be recited.

We will now explain how Salatul Ayat can be recited by splitting up Surah al – Iklhas.

 

First Rak’at

  1. After the Takbiratul Ihram, Surah al – Fatiha must be read, and then: “Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim” is recited, and then one will go into Ruku’.
  2. One will then stand up, and say: “Qul Huwallahu Ahad” and go back into Ruku’.
  3. Again, one will stand up and say: “Allahus Samad” and go into Ruku’.
  4. Then, one will stand up and say: “Lam Yalid Walam Yulad” and go into Ruku’.
  5. From the Ruku’, one will stand up, and recite: “Walam Yakullahu Kufuwan Ahad” and then go into Ruku’.

When one comes back up from Ruku’, one will go into Sajdah and after performing the two Sajdahs, will get back up and perform the second Rak’at.

 

Second Rak’at

The second Rak’at is to be performed just as the first Rak’at, and thereafter the Tashahhud and Salam are to be recited to complete the Salat.

 

The Rules of Salatul Ayat

 

  1. Only the people, who live in that area where one of the natural events occurs, need to recite Salatul Ayat, and the Salat does not become Wajib on those living in other areas.
  2. If in the first Rak’at of Salatul Ayat, one recites Surah al – Fatiha and a complete Surah five times, and in the second Rak’at, recites Surah al – Fatiha once and breaks up the second Surah in five parts, then the Salat will be correct.
  3. It is Mustahab that after the second Ruku’, the fourth Ruku’, the sixth Ruku’, the eighth Ruku’ and the tenth Ruku’, that Qunut be performed, and even if one Qunut is performed after the tenth Ruku’, this (too) is sufficient.
  4. Each of the Ruku’ in Salatul Ayat is a Rukn, and if intentionally or unintentionally one is taken out or added, the Salat will become void.

Salatul Ayat can be recited in Jama’at, and if it is recited in Jama’at, then only the Imam would read Surah al – Fatiha and the second

موضوع:

Salatul Jumu’ah

Salatul Jumu’ah

Salatul Jumu’ah

 

One of the weekly gatherings for the Muslims is on Jumu’ah (Friday), and on this day, along with Salatul Zuhr, the Muslims can recite Salatul Jumu’ah but according to Ihtiyat Wajib, Salatul Jumu’ah does not suffice in place of Salatul Zuhr. As for the benefits of this Salat, it suffices to mention that a Surah of the Qur'an has been mentioned in regards to this Salat, and the Mo’minin have been invited to be present in the Salat of Jumu’ah.

 

How to recite Salatul Jumu’ah

 

  1. Salatul Jumu’ah is a two Rak’at Salat, just like Salatul Fajr, except that it contains two khutbah (sermons) performed by the Imam of Jumu’ah before the Salat takes place.
  2. According to Ihtiyat Wajib, the Imam of Jumu’ah must read Surah al – Fatiha and the second Surah in a loud voice.
  3. In Salatul Jumu’ah, it is Mustahab that in the first Rak’at after al – Fatiha, Surah Jumu’ah be recited, and in the second Rak’at after al – Fatiha, Surah Munafiqun be recited.
  4. It is Mustahab to perform two Qunut in Salatul Jumu’ah, one in the first Rak’at before Ruku’, and one in the second Rak’at after Ruku’.

 

The Conditions for Salatul Jumu’ah

 

The following points must be observed in Salatul Jumu’ah:

  1. All the points that must be followed in Salatul Jama’at, must also be followed in Salatul Jumu’ah.
  2. The Salat must be recited in Jama’at and it is incorrect if recited individually.
  3. The minimum amount of people taking part in Salatul Jumu’ah must be five, meaning one Imam and four Ma’moom.
  4. There must be a minimum distance of one Farsakh. (Approximately 5.4 Kilometers or 3.4 miles) between two Salatul Jumu’ah.

 

The Responsibility of the Person offering Salatul Jumu’ah

 

  1. According to Ihtiyat Wajib, the Ma’moom must listen to the Jumu’ah khutbah.
  2. According to Ihtiyat Mustahab, one should refrain from speaking.
  3. According to Ihtiyat Mustahab, while the Imam is delivering the Khutbah, the people attending the Jumu’ah should be sitting, facing the Imam and should not look from side to side.
  4. If a person does not reach the Salat of Jumu’ah in the first Rak’at, but he manages to reach it in the second Rak’at, even if it be while they are in the state of Ruku’, then his Salat will be correct, and he only needs to pray one Rak’at on his own.

موضوع:

Salatul Jama’at

Salatul Jama’at

Salatul Jama’at

 

One of the issues that Islam has given a lot of importance to is the unity of the Islamic nation, and in order to protect and maintain the continuation of this unity, a special program has been laid out; and one of the specialties of this program is Salatul Jama’at.

In Salatul Jama’at, a person who holds certain qualifications, stands in front of the congregation, and others line up in an organized fashion behind him, and together they recite the Salat. The person who stands up in front of the Jama’at, to lead the others in Salat is called the Imam of Jama’at, and the people who are behind him, and are following him in Salat are called the Ma’moom.

 

Importance of Salatul Jama’at

 

What has been mentioned continuously in the hadith about Salatul Jama’at is that it holds a great reward. We will now go into some of the rules of this very important act of worship, and point out some of the finer points related to it.

  1. Participating in Salatul Jama’at is Mustahab for all Muslims, especially for those who live near a Masjid.
  2. It is Mustahab that one be patient so as to read his Salat in Jama’at.
  3. Even if Salatul Jama’at is not read right when the time sets in, it is still better than reciting the Salat individually (Furada) in its prime time.
  4. The Salat in Jama’at that is read quickly and shorter is better than a Furada Salat that is recited slowly.
  5. It is not proper that a person miss Salatul Jama’at without a valid reason.
  6. It is not permissible for one to be absent at Salatul Jama’at because of considering it a trivial matter (regarding it as being unimportant).

 

 

Conditions for Salatul Jama’at

 

  1. Once Salatul Jama’at has been established, the following conditions must be observed:
    1. The Ma’moom must not be in front of the Imam, and according to Ihtiyat Wajib, they should stand a little behind the Imam.
    2. The standing place of the Imam must not be higher than the standing place of the Ma’moom.
    3. The distance between the Imam and Ma’moom, and the gap between the rows must not be too much, and according to Ihtiyat, the gap should not be more than one foot.
    4. Between the Imam and Ma’moom, and also between the rows, there should not be any separator like a wall or curtain - but a curtain or things like this that are used to separate the men from the women, is not a problem.
       
  2. The Imam of the Jama’at must be Baligh, and Just (‘Adil), and must know how to recite the Salat in the proper manner.

 

 

Connecting or Joining in Salatul Jama’at

 

  1. In each Rak’at, one is allowed to join in with the Imam between the Qira’at and Ruku’, therefore, if one does not reach the Imam when he is in Ruku’, then one must wait until the next Rak’at to join in, and if one reaches the Imam in Ruku’, it will count as one Rak’at having been read.
  2. Various instances where one can join the Salatul Jama’at:
    1. First Rak’at
    2. During the Qira’at: The Ma’moom must not read al – Fatiha and the second Surah, and the rest of the actions are performed with the Imam.
    3. In Ruku’: The Ruku’ and the rest of the actions are performed with the Imam.
    4. Second Rak’at
    5. During the Qira’at: The Ma’moom must not read al – Fatiha and the second Surah, but follows the Imam in Qunut and Ruku’ and Sajdah. When the Imam of the Jama’at is reciting the Tashahhud, according to Ihtiyat Wajib, one must sit up partially, and if this Salat is a two Rak’at Salat, one must read one more Rak’at on his own and then complete the Salat.

But if the Salat is three or four Rak’at, then in the second Rak’at, which would be the third Rak’at of the Imam, the Surah al – Fatiha and the second Surah must be read (even if the Imam is reading the Tasbihat), and when the Imam of the Jama’at finishes his third Rak’at and stands up for his fourth Rak’at, the Ma’moom, after the two Sajdahs must recite the Tashahhud, and then stand up for his third Rak’at. In the final Rak’at of the Salat, when the Imam of the Jama’at reads the Tashahhud and Salam to finish the Salat, one must stand up and recite one more Rak’at.

In Ruku’: The Ruku’ is performed with the Imam of the Jama’at, and the rest of the Salat is performed as was previously mentioned.

• Third Rak’at

During the Qira’at: In the event that one knows that if one joins the Jama’at, there will be enough time to recite Surah al – Fatiha and the second Surah, or even sufficient time to recite Surah al – Fatiha alone, then one is allowed to join the Jama’at, and one must read al – Fatiha and the second Surah or at least Surah al – Fatiha. However, if knowing that one does not have the ability to read the Surahs, then according to Ihtiyat Wajib, one must be patient until the Imam of the Jama’at goes into Ruku’, and then join the Salat.

In Ruku’: In the event that one wants to join during Ruku’, the Ruku’ must be performed with the Imam, and the recitation of al – Fatiha and the second Surah is dropped, and the rest of the Salat will be performed, as was previously explained.

• Fourth Rak’at

During the Qira’at: This has the same ruling as joining in the third Rak’at. Therefore, when the Imam of the Jama’at is sitting in his final Rak’at getting ready to recite the Tashahhud and Salam, according to Ihtiyat Wajib, the Ma’moom must sit up partially (as was explained previously) and wait until the Tashahhud and the Salam of the Imam of the Jama’at are finished, and then get up (and continue with his Salat).

In Ruku’: The Ruku’ and the Sajdahs are performed with the Imam (at this point the fourth Rak’at of the Imam will be the first Rak’at of the Ma’moom), and then the rest of the Salat will be performed, as was previously explained.

موضوع:

Ta'qibat (Supplication after prayers)

Ta'qibat (Supplication after prayers)

Ta'qibat (Supplication after prayers)

It is Mustahab that after offering the prayers, one should engage oneself in reciting Zikr, Duas (supplication), and reading from the holy Qur'an. It is better that before he leaves his place, and before his Wudhu, or Ghusl or Tayammum becomes void, he should recite Ta’qib facing Qibla.
It is not necessary that Ta’qib be recited in Arabic, but it is better to recite those supplications, which have been given in the books of Duas. The Tasbih of Hazrat Fatima Al – Zahra (peace be on her) is one of those acts which have been emphasized. This Tasbih should be recited in the following order:

  • Allahu Akbar - 34 times
  • Alhamdulillah - 33 times
  • Subhanallah - 33 times

Subhanallah can be recited earlier than Alhamdulillah, but it is better to maintain the said order.

It is Mustahab that after the prayers a person performs a Sajdah of thanksgiving, and it will be sufficient if one placed his forehead on the ground with that intention. However, it is better that he should say Shukran lillah or Ya Shukran or Ya Afwan 100 times, or three times, or even once. It is also Mustahab that whenever a person is blessed with His bounties, or when the adversities are averted, he should go to Sajdah for Shukr, that is, thanksgiving.

 

موضوع:

Qunoot

Qunoot

Qunoot

It is Mustahab that Qunoot be recited in all obligatory and Mustahab prayers before the Ruku’ of the second Rak’at, and it is also Mustahab that Qunoot be recited in the Witr (Namaz – e – Shab) prayers before Ruku’, although that prayer is of one Rak’at only.
In Friday Prayers there is two Qunoot, in first Rak’at before Ruku’, and in second Rak’at, after Ruku’. In Namaz – e – Ayaat, there are five Qunoot, and in Eid – Al – Fitr and Qurban Prayers there are five Qunoot in the first Rak’at, and four in the second Rak’at.

 

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