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59 minutes ago, AmirAlmuminin Lover said:

Salaam Alaykum brother

Praying with shoes on is peemissible ONLY when the biggest toe has contact with the ground. Otherwise, pray is not correct.

No you can’t because the shoes is not Tahir 

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52 minutes ago, Sisterfatima1 said:

Salam you can’t say only one marji said you don’t even know who he follows 

 

2 hours ago, Anonymous2144 said:

No you can’t because the shoes is not Tahir 

Why, while in the traditions, prayers have been whit Na'alin  announced permissible, but the jurists have forbidden to pray with shoes?
question
In some traditions, it is customary to read prayers with Na'alin: "The season of Fei Nelik"! Or the Imams (AS) have been seen in prayer with the Na'ali: (Bahr, v. 80, p. 275). What is meant by this Na'alin and what should be the features or conditions? What is the nature of prayers with Na'alin or shoes invalid?
Concise answer
There are narrations about the prayers and the anointing on Na'alin, which are also reliable in terms of documentary and can not be ruled out. But what should be taken into consideration is that the narrations are about Arabic slippers, which is something like a contemporary finger slippers, with its tip more open and the tip of the fingers striking the ground while prostrate. There is also a rule in jurisprudence, and wearing what prevents the tip from reaching the land on the prostrate is not a problem and can be prayed with.
 
Detailed Answer
There are some narrations about praying with Na'alin and weeping  on the Na'alin:
1 Imam Sadiq (as): "When prayer is offered, if you'r naialin is pure, you  pray with prayers that this is a prayer of tradition." [1]
2 Narrator: I have repeatedly seen Imam Sadiq (a) praying with Na'līn, and never saw a prayer without Na'alin. "[2]
3 The narrator: "I saw Imam Reza (AS), reading the prayers at the top of the Prophet's grave (SAW) six or eight Rak'ats (three or four two rak'at prayers)." [3]
4 Imam Baqir (as): Ali (as) took ablutions; then washed  his face and hands, then weeped over his Na'alin, and he did not put his hands under the strips. "[4]
Because some of the narrations are correct and authentic; [5] therefore, the jurisprudents have accepted these narratives and carried the Na'alin in the narrative into the Arabic Na'alin. Therefore, reading prayers with Arabic Na'alin is permissible: "Prayer is mustahab with Arabic Na'alin and this is the fatwa of Shiite scholars. As Imam Baqir (AS) has been narrated: "إذا صلت فصل فی نعلیک ..." [6]
And weeping on the Arabian Na'alin is also permitted. [7]
What should be seen is the Arabic Na'alin, which is prayer with it and wheeping on it has no problem.
Arabic Na'alin is something like a finger sandal, but its tip is lower; it is above and below the foot, and only the sole of the foot is covered [8], and a shoestring from bottom of Na'alin comes up over foot thumb , and attached to shoestring above the foot protrusion It is attached and the attachment is connected to the floor of the nailing on both sides and is the simplest type of slippers; in this case, it is not necessary to bring   hand under shoestring  for weeping. [9]
By this definition it is clear that the sentences issued by the jurists are completely in line with the traditions because the jurists have forbidden to wear anything that prevents the tip of the toes from being prostrated from reaching the ground: "If the shoe is at the foot of the worshiper and the legs are worn And the head of the foot thumb will  reach  on the ground it has no problem and  it is like as narrations. "[10]
Therefore, if there is a shoe that prevents the finger from reaching the ground, you can not pray with it, but if something like the Arabian Na'alin does not prevent the finger from reaching the ground, there is no problem and you can pray with it, and this is the meaning of the narrations. [11]
It is also clear from this explanation that a person can take ablution with these slippers as wearing these slippers is all that is required for ablution, weeping is obligatory, and there are no obstacles in this weeping.

http://www.islamquest.net/fa/archive/question/fa29823

 

The response of the great Marjas to this question is as follows

:Grand Ayatollah Khamenei (ha):If possible, you should put your fingertips on the ground.

Grand Ayatollah Al-Sistani (ha):No, it is not obligatory.

Hazrat Ayatollah Almighty Nouri Hamedani (ha):In the assumption of the question, it is not necessary for a person to observe the above questions in the question.

The Great Ayatollah Allah Safi Golpayegani (ha):If a person really can not perform prostration in a conventional manner and if he or he does so, then at the time of the prostration the tip of the two should be able to put two large fingers at any rate.

https://article.tebyan.net/302311/در-چه-شرایطى-مى-توان-با-کفش-نماز-خواند-

http://www.shafaqna.com/persian/services/fatwa/item/118689-پاسخ-حضرت-آیت-الله-خامنه-ای-به-پرسشی-درباره-شرایط-نماز-خواندن-با-كفش

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1 hour ago, Anonymous2144 said:

Which marja did you check ??

Ayatollah Makarem Shirazy, Ayatollah Bahjat, Ayatollah Sobhani, Ayatollah Hamedani

As you may know 7 parts of the body must have contact with the ground in Sojdah. Two palms(complete area of the palm), two knees, two toes(big ones), forehead. As you can see, one cannot pray with shoes if that Tahir shoes prevents contact between big toes and the ground. Even if one wash his/her shoes and make them Tahir, he/she still cannot pray with them if it violates the condition.

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