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Is it permissible to read the Qadha of missed salaah after Salaatul Asr or Salaatul Fajr has been read? Is it only permissible to a certain time?

Answered according to Hanafi Fiqh by Arij Canada
Is it permissible to read the Qadha of missed salaah after Salaatul Asr or Salaatul Fajr has been read? Is it only permissible to a certain time? E.g. half way between the time of Asr and Maghrib)

Answer:
Assalâmu’alaikum Warahmatullâhi Wabarakâtuh

Dear brother,

It is permissible to perform Qadha Salaah after the Salaah of Fajr has been performed, and similarly after Asr Salaah has been performed with the condition in Asr Salaah that Qadha Salaah is performed before the Makruh time sets in, approximately 15-20 minutes before Maghrib Salaah. If Qadha Salaah is read in this Makruh time, it will be invalid. (Umdatul Fiqh vol 1 pg. 344, Ascent to felicity 71-72)

AND ALLAH TA’AALA KNOWS BEST

Muhammad Z Panchbhaya

8th April 2013
27th Jumadal Awwal 1434

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