|abdulbaasit.malik||-- 07-06-2003 @ 2:46 AM|
al-Hamdu-Lillaahi Rabbil-'Aalameen was-Salaatu was-Salaamu 'alaa Ashrafil-Anbiyaa.e wal-Mursaleen, wa ba'd:
As salaamu alaikum warahmatullah
If a person misses, for example, the maghrib salaah and remembers at the time when the isha' jama'ah prayer has started. What should they pray? Isha' with the jama'ah or should they pray maghrib alone and then isha'?
Secondly what if they missed the 'asr prayer and remembered at the time of maghrib?
Do we have to maintain the order of the prayers?
If some one could shed some light on this will be highly appreciated.
This message was edited by abdulbaasit.malik on 6-7-03 @ 3:11 AM
|abdulbaasit.malik||-- 07-06-2003 @ 9:56 PM|
Found the answer from assalafi.com. here it is
What does one do who enters and the people are praying ?Ishaa and he hasn?t prayed Maghrib yet?
Translated by Abu Sumayyah Aqeel Walker
Question: A man entered the Masjid and he was a traveler, and he found them praying the ?Ishaa prayer and he had not prayed the Maghrib prayer (yet). So he entered (the ?Ishaa prayer) with them. So when the Imaam stood for the fourth Rak?ah he sat (i.e. he continued sitting and completed his Tashahhud and prayer). So is his action correct or not? Please give us a verdict, and may you be rewarded (by Allaah).
Answer: The correct view is that his action is correct. Meaning that when you catch the Imaam and he is praying the ?Ishaa prayer and you haven?t prayed the Maghrib prayer, that you enter with him. So when he stands for the fourth Rak?ah you sit, even though you are doing something separate from the Imaam. And you finish the Tashahhud, and then you make the Tasleem (the saying of Salaam to conclude the prayer), and then you enter with the Imaam in what remains of the ?Ishaa prayer. And this opinion is the most correct one.
And some of the ?Ulamaa say rather you pray the Maghrib prayer first alone or with those who are with you, then after this you join the Imaam in what remains of the ?Ishaa prayer.
And some of the scholars have said that you enter with the Imaam with the intention of the ?Ishaa prayer and then when you have finished it (i.e. with the people) you pray the Maghrib prayer. So these are three views of the people of knowledge and the strongest of them and the most correct of them is the first. That you enter with them with the intention of the Maghrib prayer, then when he stands for the fourth Rak?ah, you remain sitting, you make the Tashahhud and the Tasleem, and then when you have finished that you enter with the Imaam in what remains of the ?Ishaa prayer.
Al-Imaam Muhammad bin Saalih Al-?Uthaymeen
Source: A recorded session which can be found at the link:
[link removed as this recording is found on one of the sites known for promotion of the Qutbiyyeen, Surooriyyeen]
Translated by Aqeel Walker
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