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Rules Regarding Qadha Prayers

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Salaam alykum.

If fajr prayers are missed and we offer them at time of dhuhr, since fajr prayers are recited loudly and at the time of dhuhr ,prayers are recited quietly, so in the scenario of offering qadha fajr prayers at dhuhr time do we have to recite qadha fajr prayers loudly or quietly ?

Similarly if dhuhr/ asr prayers are missed and to be recited as qadha at magrib time ( which we recite loudly), do we have to recite them (dhuhr) quietly ( as they were meant to be originally recited) or loudly ?

And what is the concept of zawal time in Shi'a itna asharia fiqh ?

If someone could answer i would be grateful.

Wasallam

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Wa alikum alsalam,

1-Loudly, it remains the same.

2-Quietly.

3- Zawal is the midday between sunrise and sunset.

Imam Sadiq (as) says: “When the sun reaches the highest point in the sky and begins its decline (zawal/midday), it is the time for the dhuhr and asr prayers, the only thing is that the dhuhr prayer must be performed before asr.

Edited by Zahra1

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