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Question ID  4250  -  Salat
Salam. It is a 15 hour plane flight from Abu Dhabi to Chicago. We left on Tuesday morning around 4:00 AM from Abu Dhabi, and arrive on the same Tuesday Morning around 8:00 AM in Chicago. We read Fajr on the plane. The time stayed constant at 7:00 AM for the rest of the flight. The time for Dhuhr, Asr, Magrab and Isha did not come. Should we read qada for these salat since they are to be prayed within a 15 hour time period, or is there no qada because the time for these salat never came? Thank you.
 
Answer:-  No Qadha on you because the time of Dhuhr and Asr never came on you because
of the areas you were passing.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  4220  -  Salat
Salamun alaikum. A shia praying in a sunni masjid behind a sunni imam for salat ( Subuh, Zohor, Asar, Magrib and Isyak). Do I have to redo all the prayers on my own after finished each salat. Thank you.
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
After being sure that the time of Salah has entered, you can pray with Sunni brothers but you need to recite every thing in Salah for yourself, with out raising your voice. You don’t need to repeat that Sala again.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


 
Question ID  4211  -  Salat
Assalaamun alaykum sayyid, as discussed please could you give references for ending the salaat with Allahu Anbar 3 times from Sunni hadith , thank you Rohail
 
Answer:-  
Salamun Alaykum wr wb
The Prophet (SAWA) used to say( Allah Akbar ) 3 times after every Salah.
1. In Bukhari, Vol 1, Page 204 (Arabic edition) and Muslim , Vol 2, Page 91 and 92, and Abu Dawood ; 1 ; 226, Chapter of Takbeer after Salah:
: From Ibn Abbas: I used to know the end of the Salah During the time of The Prophet (SAWA),when I hear the Takbeer.

2. In Musnad Ahmad Bin Hanbal ; from Ibn Abbas : I never knew the end of the Salah of the Prophet (SAWA) but only when I hear the Takbeer.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


 
Question ID  4201  -  Salat
salaams REfering to https://makarem.ir/main.aspx?Reader=1&lid=0&typeinfo=33&catid=97165&mid=97165&pid=72150 number 26636 is it saying Taravih is accepted? WOuld you please translate this? I came across this link بررسی سندی نماز تراویح در معتبرترین کتاب روایی شیعه which is referring to the hadith above? many thanks and bless you regards, Ali
 
Answer:-   Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Nothing at all in this link or any where else in Shia and even Sunni books supporting Namaz Taraweeh. We have Night Prayer or Tahajjud (Namaz Shab) which is performed individually, but Taraweeh is a Bid’at because it is been started long after the Prophet (SAWA) by Umar Bin Khattab in year 14 after Hijra (Refer to Bukhari Hadeeth 2010 and Muslim where Umar himself called Taraweeh as a Bid’at).
These people are deceiving and trying to mislead others claiming that there s an evidence in Shia books about Taraweeh, while the link has only Hadeethes on the individually performed Night Prayer not Taraweeh which they do it with congregation.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  4193  -  Salat
AoA, When traveling on an airplane when the time is going backwards, for example coming from Pakistan to USA, the time for salat is also going backwards. Are we supposed to pray salat by timing, even though we are leaving on a Monday at Fajr time and arriving on the same Monday at Fajr time, or perform the salat within those hours of traveling backwards? Salam
 
Answer:-  Whenever the time of Fajr starts on you wherever you are, you must perform Fajr Prayer. Going towards west will not require you to repeat your Fajr Prayer again unless the air starts again on you.
Wassalam

 
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