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Cameron from DC

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  1. Hi everyone, I was wondering if it was a common practice to, in prayers where certain phrases are to be repeated 10 times (in dua Ashraat, for instance), to only recite them once if you don't have enough time to read it fully. I'd much rather abbreviate it like that than not pray it at all, but I wanted to make sure that this is a common practice that people do. I suppose the same applies for other prayers as well.
  2. Whoa, really? I've never heard of that. If you happen to have a source could you send? If not then no worries.
  3. Salaam everyone, So in Sayed Ammar's recent Majlis on youtube he discusses companions of the Prophet (s) who were alive when Karbala occurred. The first one he mentions (around the 30-min mark) is Ibn 'Abbas. If you watch it, he essentially states that ibn 'Abbas strayed off the straight path right at the end of his life, after having been faithful to the Prophet (s) and Imam Ali (a) for most of his life. By begging Husayn (a) not to go towards Karbala, Ammar essentially implies that he becomes disloyal, even turning munafiq (he doesn't say this, but it's clear that his opinion of ibn Abbas is
  4. Salaam all, I've been thinking about this rather weird question regarding Sunnah/Nafilah prayers for quite a while now, and I haven't been able to find an answer on any of the major Marjas' websites. I'll illustrate the question with a timely example: In the first 10 days of Dhu al-Hijjah, we have a specific mustahabb salat of 2 rakats, to be recited after Maghrib. Now, my question is: Should we perform this prayer IN ADDITION to the regular 4 rakats nafilah of Maghrib, making 6 rakat (3 x 2 rakat). OR, should we not do the regular 4 rakat nafilah and swap it out for this special prayer?
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