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  • He Missed Prayers for 22 Years Date: 12-7-2020

    Salam ew aalykum ew rahmet allah ew barakatuhu, I want to ask if I owe 22 years of prayers what time of the day do I have to provide them, morning or after each prayer of the 5 prayer times meaning after I finish the “FARED” of each prayer of the day then I start praying my old ones. Can I pray in the MORNING when I have my most energy as many.. More

  • A Repentant Apostate Makes Up Missed Prayers Date: 12-1-2020

    السلام عليكم و رحمة الله وبركاته.. My question is : If a person commited kufr, and he wants to repeat his prayers and fasts. How to repeat the prayers? Can we pray after asr (disallowed time to pray) ? Can we pray alot, maybe like 20 prayers (4 days worth of prayers) in one time, or more? Does the prayers have to be in orders.. More

  • Prayed 2 Years Without Ritual Purity Date: 11-12-2019

    As Salamu alaykum wr wb, this issue has been bothering me for some time. I'm a revert and started praying my salah maybe 2 years ago. In the beginning there were some things I did wrong during salah like not covering my head properly and not pronouncing the Arabic correctly, however I was still learning. There was this one period of time I would do.. More

  • Delaying Making Up a Missed Prayer Date: 8-4-2019

    If someone misses Fajr unintentionally and wakes up after sunrise but sleeps again deliberately and prays it later, will his prayer be valid, will he come under the same ruling as whom scholars have said about that deliberately missing the prayer or this matter is a little broader in scope (as he deliberately didn't sleep till sunrise) ? .. More

  • Optional Prayers Do Not Make up For Obligatory Prayers Date: 10-12-2018

    I haven’t prayed for about 1 and a half years is it better for me to start to pray qaza to make up for prayer I missed or just pray non muakaddah sunnah everyday if I pray same extra Rakats per day .. More

  • Unable To Wake Up For Fajr Prayer Date: 25-11-2018

    Assalamu'alaikum wa rahmatullahDear Shaykh No matter how much I try I am unable to wake up for Fajar. Furthermore, I am suffer from extreme laziness in morning that I am even unable to do my studies prior to midnoon. I feel I am spiritually sick and I am suffering spiritual disease. Please guide what should I do? I really want to make Fajar regular.. More

  • Making up a Missed Prayer in Congregation Date: 5-4-2018

    i know that if someone misses salah for sleep he must pray it immediately after getting up. but in a hadith of sahih muslim the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam got up after sunrise but didn't pray immediately. He firstly moved from that place and then prayed in another place? what's the explanation? again, if we a group of people get up late should.. More

  • Observing order in making up for many missed prayers Date: 3-1-2018

    Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu. I have read several fatwas on making up for missed prayers, but I am still confused. I need to make up a lot of prayers (most of them I performed incorrectly, some I missed because of oversleeping, and others I missed deliberately). I read that the order in making up prayers is a condition for their.. More

  • Ibn Taymiyyah's view on making up for missed prayers Date: 31-12-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum. I have a question which I have been curious about. I know that Shaykh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah have mercy on him, was of the opinion that a person does not have to make up for their past missed prayers if it was done deliberately. I heard that he, may Allah have mercy on him, chose this opinion on the basis that a person.. More

  • Making up for prayers missed deliberately Date: 23-10-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum. I beg you to send me a new fatwa for my case. I want to make up for the missed prayer that I left deliberately because of the evidence from the hadith. However, I believe that an ignorant person does not have to make up past prayers except for the current one. Is it permitted for me to onlymake up for the prayer that I missed deliberately.. More

  • Making up missed prayers in Hanbali school Date: 18-10-2017

    I just have two clarifications with reference to fatwa no. 334915: a) You mentioned the Hanbali view with regards to Qadaa’(making up for missed) prayers, though I was under the impression that the Hanbalis viewed the one who misses prayers intentionally (even if out of laziness) as a disbeliever. Is the Mu‘tamid (relied upon) opinion within.. More

  • Making up years of missed prayers according to one's ability Date: 1-11-2016

    With reference to fatwa 105182, it was mentioned that a person must pray two days worth of Qadha prayers, each day, in order to not be considered negligent. I have been trying to complete my past Qadha prayers (missed over the years), but I am not able to complete two days worth of Qadha prayers every day. Am I considered sinful and blameworthy as a.. More

  • Dying before making up for some missed prayers Date: 3-9-2016

    Regarding Question 2622216. Respected Shaykh, I would like to know what our position is with regards to someone who has decades of missed prayers and embarks on a journey to complete Qada Umri (Qada Umri = a lifetime or several decades/years of missed prayers) but dies before doing so (still having many prayers not made up). Do we consider such a person.. More

  • Ignorance about the obligation of making up missed fasts in Ramadan and the valid way of performing prayer Date: 8-5-2016

    Due to my ignorance about religious matters, I did not make up for days of fasting that I missed in Ramadan due to valid excuses. I did not know the valid way of performing the prayer either. After about twenty years, I have come to know that I have to make up for the days of fasting that I missed. However, my health condition is not good enough to.. More

  • Eating or drinking before making up missed prayer Date: 27-2-2016

    Assalaamu alaykum. When one misses the prayer due to oversleeping by accident, is it halal to drink water before praying? And if it is permissible to drink water due to thirst that might distract from prayer etc., is it permissible for them to eat food also? .. More