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3 hours ago, starlight said:

Hajj? In the shrines of Masoomeen(عليه السلام)? 

It's preferable that a woman prays where is not seen by Namahram men, but praying where one can be seen by men does not make the salat void. 

No, a woman cannot pray in front of a man without a barrier.

896. If a woman stands in line with man, or in front of him in namaz, and both of them begin together, they should repeat their prayers. And the same applies if one of them starts earlier than the other.


https://www.Sistani.org/english/book/48/2212/

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4 hours ago, starlight said:

Hajj? In the shrines of Masoomeen(عليه السلام)? 

It's preferable that a woman prays where is not seen by Namahram men, but praying where one can be seen by men does not make the salat void. 

Hajj and ziyarat aren’t really the same thing as the obligatory prayers even then a barrier is needed for sight 

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50 minutes ago, Ralvi said:

Hajj and ziyarat aren’t really the same thing as the obligatory prayers even then a barrier is needed for sight 

People offer obligatory prayer in Hajj and ziyarat, don't they? 

Women can offer prayers where they are seen by men.Period.

4Question: Which is better for a woman, performing prayers in a congregation or performing prayers individually?

Answer: It is recommended for women to attend congregational prayers as evidenced by an authentic tradition from the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (عليه السلام) that women used to attend congregational prayers but they were ordered to linger their sajda (prostration) because some men were wearing tight garments but there is another authentic tradition which says that a woman's prayer at home is more virtuous than her prayer in a mosque. However, the conclusion that can be drawn from both traditions is that a woman's prayer at a place where she is not seen by non-mahram men (strangers) is more virtuous. If she can perform her prayers in a mosque without being seen by strangers, the prayer in a mosque would be more virtuous in that case.

https://www.Sistani.org/english/qa/01154/

@Sumerian this wasn't a question of men and women praying together.

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1 hour ago, starlight said:

People offer obligatory prayer in Hajj and ziyarat, don't they? 

Women can offer prayers where they are seen by men.Period.

4Question: Which is better for a woman, performing prayers in a congregation or performing prayers individually?

Answer: It is recommended for women to attend congregational prayers as evidenced by an authentic tradition from the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (عليه السلام) that women used to attend congregational prayers but they were ordered to linger their sajda (prostration) because some men were wearing tight garments but there is another authentic tradition which says that a woman's prayer at home is more virtuous than her prayer in a mosque. However, the conclusion that can be drawn from both traditions is that a woman's prayer at a place where she is not seen by non-mahram men (strangers) is more virtuous. If she can perform her prayers in a mosque without being seen by strangers, the prayer in a mosque would be more virtuous in that case.

https://www.Sistani.org/english/qa/01154/

@Sumerian this wasn't a question of men and women praying together.

This doenst mention women being SEEN by men praying. Praying behind men isn’t the point I’m getting at here. Iam talking in the sight of men. Women cannot pray in the sight of men, no matter what

what you mention does not contradict what I have mentioned sister 

And Sayeda does not pray in the sight of strange men. Point blank

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