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If one was to find himself in a state of janabah, and was unaware that this means you cannot read namaaz, would all of his namaaz during his time in the state of janabah be invalid? If the namaaz is in fact invalid, will this person have to re read all of his prayers again?
(salam) I made this for my son who's learning to pray and thought it might be helpful for brothers and sisters here. Kindly point out if you see any errors or mistakes as the text for same has collected from multiple sources. Wasalaam PS: Kindly let me know if you need jpg in specific resolution for printing. Salaat.pdf
Salaamun 'alaykum Brothers and Sisters in Faith, I'm deeply sorry if this has been posted before or answered. Under Islamic jurisprudence a women is not allowed to pray her salah during menstruation. However, I find this difficult to understand. Firstly because Salah is the Me'raj of a believer i.e. it's the pinnacle of worship, thus I do not understand why Allah swt would deny a woman that pleasure/ascension. Secondly menstruation is a natural phenomenon that Allah swt has placed upon a woman, which she has no control over. Therefore, I would be eternally grateful if someone could explain to me the philosophy behind this ruling and how it has been derived from Qur'an and ahadith. Thank you. JazakAllah Khayr
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=611023208965866 I know, its easy to mock this video, but my question is in all seriousness. Is there a particular method in Shia sect for crossing someone while praying ? Any scholar commented on this topic ?Is this above video correct, according to Shia practices ?
Okay, so i always thought that we're supposed to make salaat 5 times a day, i mean, thats right isnt it? But some Imams and alot of people that I know just pray three times a day? is that correct, which is it? ...or am i just asking a stupid question?
Salamu alaykum i have a friend hes only 17 who used to drink alcohol occasionally and also smoke weed every weekend, he has also committed fornication and also sex before marriage , its been a month since he has not done anything bad and hes just been praying and trying to repent!!! Anyway hes sat with me here whilst im writing this and hes hanging his head in shame , he regrets every single sin every single bit of it ! and he ponders on weather Allah (SWT) is going to forgive him or not ? Please can you dear brothers and sisters help him ? Salamu alaykum <3
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