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General Supervisor: Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid
Wed 7 DhH 1435 - 1 October 2014
Ruling on prayer in congregation
82934 - Should the worshippers stand up when they hear the iqaamah or in the middle of it or at the end of it?
91666 - The imam recited a verse where a prostration is required and did not prostrate, but the person praying behind him prostrated and missed the rukoo’ (bowing)
87847 - Ruling on holding a second congregational prayer in the mosque
87735 - Should he pray behind someone who says that it is not obligatory for women to cover their hair?
85125 - He has polio and he does not pray in congregation sometimes
89676 - He lives in Europe and the mosque is far from his house; can he pray at home?
85011 - He led the people in prayer when he did not have wudoo’, by mistake
72895 - Their boss does not let them offer prayer in congregation in the mosque
82278 - He did not pray in congregation because he was afraid that it would delay healing of his feet
78966 - He insists that his wife go out to pray ‘Isha’ and Taraweeh whilst he stays with his daughter
38606 - Naafil prayers in congregation
83110 - If the imam breaks his wudoo’ or remembers that he broke his wudoo’ whilst praying, it is permissible for him to appoint someone to lead the prayer for him
72199 - Two people entered the mosque and there was only space for one person left in the front row
36855 - Ruling on women praying in the mosque when they cannot see the imam or the men praying behind him
79122 - Can women pray alongside men with a barrier?
72398 - They pray in congregation at home
71173 - A son argues with his parents about food and prayer
65783 - He does not pray in congregation because of his work
65605 - It is difficult for him to pray qiyaam because of his work situation and because he is a heavy sleeper
71177 - He was praying a naafil prayer, then some other people prayed behind him, so he changed his intention to make it an obligatory prayer
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