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As Salaam Alaikum Mufti Sab,

Does this means a Sahibut Tarteeb is one who has not miss more that 5 Salaah from the time Salaah becomes accountable on him or does it mean not missing 5 Salaah with in a day because most people would not be a Sahibut Tarteeb since thay would have miss many salaah during school, collage, work, etc, so does this mean that dont have to pray the miss salaah in Sequence?

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Wa Alaikum As Salaam,

A  Sahibut Tarteeb is one who has not missed more than 5 Salaah consecutively from the time Salaah became compulsory upon him. Therefore, if everyday a person perform some salaah and missed some, then he remains a Sahibut Tarteeb since he did not allow 6 Salaah to be missed consecutively. In this case, he was supposed to have performed the missed Salaah before performing the Salaah which he read on its time.

As for those who have missed more than 5 Salaah consecutively (i.e they missed six), then they are not people of Tarteeb (Sahibut Tarteeb), but when making up their Qadha, they should try to do it in sequence, although it is not essential upon them, due to the fact that the Tarteeb has been broken.

Those who had many Qadha Salaah to make up and their tarteeb was broken due to missing 6 Salaah consecutively, if they perform all the missed salaah, then they will return as being Sahibut Tarteeb. (Raddul Muktar Vol.2 pg.70 H.M (Saeed com. Karachi Pakistan).

And Allah Knows best

Mufti Waseem Khan


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