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lalala123

Read Namaz On A Towel

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Dont see an Issue with it at all. So long as it meets the requirement of fiqh (such as has to be clean etc)

If people think you're wierd, do it anyway.

in the end, when you get rewarded for your prayers by your lord for praying them under any circumstances and ensuring to pray them on time, you'll realise - it wasn't for them anyway.

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OK, thanks for your thoughts

(salam)

you are putting something earthy below your forehead though right? like paper, turbah, wood etc.

and may i ask what your reasons are for for using a towel? perhaps to keep away from getting dirty outside or something? it is not necessarily if your in a place with carpet or floors to worry about it unless your worried about getting dirty or something because all that is required is to have something earthy below the forehead, as example if you go to a masjid you can pray directly on the carpet they have layed down already provided you place something below your forehead.

(wasalam)

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(salam),

^ If by earthy, you mean something that is made of soil, sand or earth, then it is not the complete range of things on which prostration is permissible, as far as I know. Prostration is allowed on everything, that is natural, except those items which can be worn or eaten. The most easiest thing to find would be a tissue paper or a plain, unprinted, white paper.

wa (salam)

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Salam,

Would you think somebody who prays on a towel is weird?

Wa Salam

(bismillah)

(salam)

If the person has no prayer carpet and worries that the floor may be dirty, using a towel is probably something that came to mind.

I knew a Sunni woman who washed her feet before every prayer and she put a towel over the part of her prayer carpet where she was standing.

She wanted to keep her prayer carpet from getting wet and looking worn out.

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