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congregational prayer

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Few (not more than 5-8 in number) based the start and end of Ramadhan on actual Moonsighting and they differed from the entire Muslim community, and had a separate Eid Ul Fitr Jama’at at their own residence very next day.

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We are a small Muslim Pakistani community (mostly students) living temporarily in for few years. The country already comprises of about 20% Chinese Muslims. There is a local Chinese Muslim society, which controls all the masajid and takes decision about all Islamic events. They provide an Islamic Calendar, which is based on the calculations provided… read more »

Jummah Khutab is in English or in Somali, more over, the random Imams picked for Jummah khutbah is either clean shaved or trimmed beard

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Jummah Khutab is in English or in Somali, more over, the random Imams picked for Jummah khutbah is either clean shaved or trimmed beard. There is no Arabic Khutab in the entire city of Minneapolis/St Paul, and all and every Imam is either clean shaved or trimmed, although many of them are hafiz Quran (somalies)… read more »

As-Salaam-u-Alaikum. My question concerns the Iqaamah of Salaat. I also have a question on the dress that can be used. Please read the details concerning these two questions.

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Question 1) I have been told that when the Iqaamah is given for the commencement of the Fard prayer in Jamaat, you should abandon any other Sunnah or Nafl without saying salaam. There is also an exeption to this(I think if you have already read 2 or more rakaats). Please correct any inaccuracies and give… read more »

I am abit confused as i have heard by some people that women should not be really going to the mosque as it is more rewarding bto pray at home.

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i am abit confused as i have heard by some people that women should not be really going to the mosque as it is more rewarding bto pray at home. Answer Al Jawaab Billahit-TawfeeqBismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem Respected Sister, The reward of congregational prayer for men is twenty seven times more than an individual prayer. Contrary… read more »

Sallah feet to feet

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The brothers in my school insist that everyone should join feet to feet when praying salah. Can you please tell me the ruling of this by referring to hadiths. Jazakallah Answer Please refer to the article “The issue of joining the feet with the feet of the next person in the congregational prayer”. Inshaallah it… read more »

Discourses in Masjids and Disturbing Others

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A group of brothers affiliated with Jamaat-i-Tabligh conducted a gathering after Salatul-Fajr at the Masjid where one of the brothers rose and spoke for about 15 minutes. This was between the time that the congregational prayer had finished and before Shuruq. The brother who gave the speech was speaking so loud that others making dhikr… read more »

If someone passes wind alot during salat, what can he do? or how many time can he perform ablution to get the whole reward for the congregational prayer?

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If someone passes wind alot during salat, what can he do? or how many time can he perform ablution to get the whole reward for the congregational prayer? Answer Assalāmu `alaikum Warahmatullāhi Wabrakatuh,   If a person passes wind so often that he is unable to perform two rakats Salah for an entire Salah time,… read more »

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