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  1. Salam. I have read the link you have shared here, and this don't even come close to answer the question Actually it discusses another topic, related to prayer, but not prayer times and the explanation of (A) if the prophet Muhammad (s) and the A'immah (a) sometimes prayed at three times and sometimes prayed at five times on any given day, and (B) we are told that it's mustahab to both pray each prayer at their due time (on either 3 or 5 times), which mustahab is then the biggest? And why? This is the question I'm posing, thanks For a reference on the daily prayer on either 3 or 5 times daily (within our school and it's recommendation) see Doctrines of Shi`i Islam: A Compendium of Imami Beliefs and Practices by Ayatollah Jafar Sobhani (Author), Reza Shah Kazemi (Author)
  2. Thanks for both of the replies, both neither of them actually replies to the question. Can anybody please elaborate from our jurisprudence and Islamic law perspective (and not only the common law known among folks) Sincerely
  3. Salam Within our school it is mustahab to join the two prayers at noon and afternoon (dhuhr and asr) and the two prayers at dust and night (magrib and isha). However, we also find traditions in our litterateur that the holy prophet (s) and the pure a'immah (a) from time to time would pray each of the five daily prayer at their specific time. Can anybody please elaborate on if both times are mustahab, and if so, which one is the 'most' mustahab or have the most fa'daila. With Salams
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