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Sajd tilaawat

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Assalamu aliakkum If someone hears the ayah of sajdah talawat on a tape or CD then should he do sajdah? Please explain if you do then why and if you don?t then why? thanks Answer Answer: In the name of Allah the Exalted It is not wajib to perform the Sajdah when one has heard… read more »

recite extra surah

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1)in the 3rd or 4th rakat of farz salah, if a person recites a surah after surah fatiha. does sajda sahw bcome waajib2) according to shariat what is the difference between farz and waajib Answer In the Name of Allah, the Inspirer of Truth.Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh 1. Sajda Sahw does not become Waajib, however… read more »

Forbidden Times

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Dear Mufti Saheb, I know that you are not allowed to perform any sunnat or nafil salaat in between Asar and Maghrib. I also know that you can perform your Asar salaat of that day during this period if it may have been missed. My question is that I have heard you are allowed to… read more »

1. Would it be permissible for a muslimah daughter to accept a wasiyyah of a non muslim mother? 2. How many Sajda Tilawa does a qari need to make if he listens the ayah many times? 3. What is the satr of a muslim woman from non muslims men or women?

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1. I understand that a muslim daughter may not inherit from her non muslim mother, but what if her mother made wasiyyat? would it be permissible to accept this wasiyyah? 2. If a Quran teacher listening to his students surahs, hears the same or different aayahs of sajdah over and over again whilst moving around… read more »

Can you please tell me the procedure of sajda-e-sahoo. also incase if i forget to perform it

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Can you please tell me the procedure of sajda-e-sahoo. also incase if i forget to perform it Answer In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Assalaamu `alaykum waRahmatullahi Wabarakatuh   The procedure for Sajdah al-Sahw is to perform two Sajdahs immediately after making Salaam to the right side. You should read the same Tasbeeh   (سبحان… read more »

Is it permissable or is it “Bidah” to visit a Wali’s grave recite yasin and place your forehead and hands on the grave (like in sajda) and to ask the wali to make dua on your behalf for whatever you require. I refer to Badsha Peer, Soofie Saheb etc.

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Is it permissable or is it “Bidah” to visit a Wali’s grave recite yasin and place your forehead and hands on the grave (like in sajda) and to ask the wali to make dua on your behalf for whatever you require. I refer to Badsha Peer, Soofie Saheb etc. Answer In the name of Allah,… read more »

I usually forget the sajda e sahu in namaz when it is desired so after praying my final rakaat i again do sajda e sahu ie when i finally pray the fardh or sunnat or nafal.Is my salat accepted?

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Kindly answer me according to hanafi fiqh.I usually forget the sajda e sahu in namaz when it is desired so after praying my final rakaat i again do sajda e sahu ie when i finally pray the fardh or sunnat or nafal.Is my salat accepted?So there are two sajda e sahu but the second is… read more »

The name محمد (Mohammad) is written on rugs of a mosque where hundreds of Muslims come to pray every day. Many of them un-knowingly and un-intentionally steps on the respected name.

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The name   محمد  (Mohammad) is written on rugs of a mosque where hundreds of Muslims come to pray every day. Many of them un-knowingly and un-intentionally steps on the respected name. The mosque authorities says that  محمد رسول الله (Mohammad Rasool ul Allah) is not written so there is no harm in having the name… read more »

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