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After the fard prayers in my local mosque, the imam leads the congregation in making dua (the imam makes the dua and the congregation says amin). But sometimes he makes the dua in such a low voice that the words can’t be heard. Should we say “amin” also in this case? Also, should we say “amin” even when the duas are made in a language that we can’t understand, such as Arabic? A:: You could say aameen softly or you could make your own dua softly. Source

Answered according to Hanafi Fiqh by CouncilofUlama.co.za

Q: After the fard prayers in my local mosque, the imam leads the congregation in making dua (the imam makes the dua and the congregation says amin). But sometimes he makes the dua in such a low voice that the words can’t be heard. Should we say “amin” also in this case? Also, should we say “amin” even when the duas are made in a language that we can’t understand, such as Arabic?


A:: You could say aameen softly or you could make your own dua softly.

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