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      What is namaz-e-qasar?

      I have heard that you can just say your farz when you are travelling. How do we do that...for example for the 4 faraiz of namaze Zohar, all I need is to say 2 farz rakat???
      What about Maghrib and Isha???
      Can somebody help me out with this, plz.

      And secondly, how many days can you do that? Is there a specific limit to that? I mean I travelled for four days, so am I required to pray all the rakats or just the farz for those days??

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      If you are travelling a distance of ~50 miles or more (based on calculations by ulema, based on the modern world), and your stay at your destination will be for less than 15 days, then you are supposed to pray namaz-e-qasr. For fajr, you are to pray the entire salat, i-e, 2 sunnat, and 2 farz. For zohar, you offer 2 farz only. For asr, you offer 2 farz only. For maghrib, you offer 3 farz only, and for isha, you offer 2 farz and 3 witr.

      If your stay is going to be for more than 15 days, or if the distance you are travelling is less than 50 miles, you are not considered a traveller, and in that case, you have to pray the entire salat.

      Im sure about the 15 day figure, but I could be wrong on the ~50 mile thing. But I remember its around that much.

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      thanks a lot Akif, much appreciated :-)

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      Why the two sunnah rikkaa't for fajr in namaz-e-qasr?

      On the same note, I have seen people entering late to fajr jamaat. The Imaam is leading the two fard rikaat and these people would offer the two sunnah rikaat first and then join the rest of the jamaat. Sometimes, they miss the first rikaat of fard while praying two sunnaah.

      Now, shouldn't the fard namaaz get priority?. Shouldn't they just join the jamaat upon entering the masjid?. Aren't sunnah non-obligatory nafal anyway?

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      hmm , good question. I mean I am guilty of not saying all my sunaat's for a long time. Sometimes, I say and sometimes I don't and then lately missed many of my prayers...so, now I think faraiz parh lain, taufeeq mili to sunat or nawafil bhi parh lain gay..
      But it will be great if someone can shed some light on the offering of sunaat rakaats during namaz...

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      Originally posted by lost soul:
      hmm , good question. I mean I am guilty of not saying all my sunaat's for a long time. Sometimes, I say and sometimes I don't and then lately missed many of my prayers...so, now I think faraiz parh lain, taufeeq mili to sunat or nawafil bhi parh lain gay..
      But it will be great if someone can shed some light on the offering of sunaat rakaats during namaz...
      Your Duties towards your fellow human beings come first and a must. You don't have any duties towards God,,, even if you think you do,,, they are secondary in nature.

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      Originally posted by funguy:
      Why the two sunnah rikkaa't for fajr in namaz-e-qasr?

      On the same note, I have seen people entering late to fajr jamaat. The Imaam is leading the two fard rikaat and these people would offer the two sunnah rikaat first and then join the rest of the jamaat. Sometimes, they miss the first rikaat of fard while praying two sunnaah.

      Now, shouldn't the fard namaaz get priority?. Shouldn't they just join the jamaat upon entering the masjid?. Aren't sunnah non-obligatory nafal anyway?
      people who pray sunnah after the fardh jamaat has started r clearly doing wrong....
      this habit was common in indo-pak before but alhamdolellah ppl r getting out of it now....

      sunnah prayer is not compulsory for any prayer while traveling or not....
      if anyone wishes to pray sunnah during travel he'll have to pray them all....
      the qasr is only for fardh prayers....
      but since traveling means its difficult to pray, its preferred to leave the sunnah prayers (as it is more preferable to break the fasts during a travel)....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      armugal : Performing 2 sunnah for fajr was highly recommended by our beloved prophet Mohammed(saw). Prey the sunnah b4 the fard salaah of Fajr but if the iqama has already been called then you can perform the sunnah later. Although, there is a difference of opinion, some people prey the sunnah right after the fard salaah and some people pray it after or at the time of Ishraaq(after sunrise).

      And Allah(swt) knows best.

      WaSalaam

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      dont forget the "safar" part under discussion....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      Originally posted by armughal:
      sunnah prayer is not compulsory for any prayer while traveling or not....
      the qasr is only for fardh prayers....
      Narrated by Muslim, 1218
      “It was the practice of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) when travelling to pray only the obligatory prayers, and it was not narrated that he used to pray the regular Sunnah prayers either before or after the fard prayers, apart from Witr and the Sunnah of Fajr, which he never omitted whether he was travelling or not.”

      Zaad al-Ma’aad, 1/473
      “His adherence to praying the Sunnah of Fajr was stronger than with all other naafil prayers, so he did not omit it or Witr whether he was travelling or not. When he was travelling he would still pray the Sunnah of Fajr and Witr and adhere to that more than all other naafil prayers. It is not narrated that he prayed any other regular Sunnah prayer when he was travelling.”

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      Originally posted by Sher:

      Your Duties towards your fellow human beings come first and a must. You don't have any duties towards God,,, even if you think you do,,, they are secondary in nature.
      there is always 1 LOST SOUL and he is one of them, so ignore him completely, highly recommended, ur answer to ur ? has been given by others gups above me excluding him
      La Ilaha Illalla Muhammed Ur Rasoolullah

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      JazakAllah Akif bhai for the hadith.

      WaSalaam

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      shukria bohat bohat aap loggon ka

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      Mashallah nice sharing


      Namaz is the most important , please go and offer namaz if you haven't

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      while travelling:

      u r allowed to pray HALF the number of rak'at for FARZ namaaz except maGhrib. NO SUNNAT namaaz is required. that is 2 rak'at at fajar, 2 at zohr, 2 at asr, 3 at maGhrib and 2 at ishaa + WITR which is 3 rak'ats.


      at your destination:


      if ur destination is outside a 40 MILE RADIUS [a manzil in islamic musurement] AND ur INITIAL intention is to stay NOT MORE than 14 days then u are allowed to do qasr...if you have to stay longer than 14 days then u can NOT do qasr. ur intention to stay may change at the end of 14 days then u r allowed to observe qasr for another 2 weeks.

      if you maintain a household at your destination, then u r NOT allowed to do qasr...for instance, people living in the middle east going to their homes in their home country.
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      Can i ask u something regarding namaz-e-qasr?
      I've recently moved to Dundee where i stay majority of the time. I return home every second wknd as thats my parents home & was mine b4 i moved. Its more than 50miles away. Do i pray safar namaz wen i return to visit my parents or do i read it in dundee? Someone told me i should read full namaz wen at my parents house as thts technically still my home & safar namaz in dundee since i always return within 2wks & tht is considered my temporary home. Was wondering if u could shed some light on this please? Thanks

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      Quote Originally Posted by Confused786 View Post
      Can i ask u something regarding namaz-e-qasr?
      I've recently moved to Dundee where i stay majority of the time. I return home every second wknd as thats my parents home & was mine b4 i moved. Its more than 50miles away. Do i pray safar namaz wen i return to visit my parents or do i read it in dundee? Someone told me i should read full namaz wen at my parents house as thts technically still my home & safar namaz in dundee since i always return within 2wks & tht is considered my temporary home. Was wondering if u could shed some light on this please? Thanks
      your permanent place of living is the one you stay most of the time in a year and if you travel to more than 40 miles to your destination [end of your city limits to the start of the city limits of your destination] for less than 14 days [intended] then you do qasr...yes, you can do qasr at your dad's place.

      your intended period of stay is increased [for less than another 14 days] you m,ay continue to do qasr even if that means you stayed at your destination for more than 14 days]...this can prolong as long as your intention to stay at your destination is less than 14 days.

      doing qasr is recommended.
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