In Shariah, is there any evidence of a salaat called Qadai Umri?

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In Pakistan some Muslims pray a Salaat called Qadai Umri on the last Friday of Ramadan. According to them, if one has missed some prayers due to illness, unconsciousness or coma, then one can pray this Salaat, and so one does not have to pray Qada for the prayers missed. Is this correct?


Assalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuhu

The practice described by you has no basis in Shari’ah. The narration in
Aneesul Waa’ezeen is Mawzu` (a fabrication) as pointed out by the scholars
of Hadith.

To perform Qadhaa (missed Salaat) for all missed Salaats is necessary.
Allamah Shami has stated in his book, ‘To perform Qadhaa in lieu of Fardh,
Waajib and Sunnat Salaats is Fardh, Waajib and Sunnat respectively.’
(Fataawa Mahmoodiyyah, vol.1 pg.74; Kutub Khana Mazhari)

and Allah Ta’ala Knows Best

Mufti Ebrahim Desai

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