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  • TheNamesMalik
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    -Ok now I understand :alhumdull, :jkk: everyone for the help.

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  • Slave4akhirah
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    Originally posted by TheNamesMalik View Post
    -Ight I have a better understanding now, so since it'll start at 1:25am, if I wake up at around 3 for example it'll still count inshallah? I'm just making sure, I need Allah's help and I wanna make sure I'm doing this at the right time.
    check my edit btw

    and ya it will count if you woke up at 3am in shaa Allah

    wallahu alam

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  • TheNamesMalik
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    Originally posted by Slave4akhirah View Post
    well if fajr is at 5:54 am and the last third is from 1:25am - but more than 4 hours bro
    -Ight I have a better understanding now, so since it'll start at 1:25am, if I wake up at around 3 for example it'll still count inshallah? I'm just making sure, I need Allah's help and I wanna make sure I'm doing this at the right time.

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  • Slave4akhirah
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    Originally posted by TheNamesMalik View Post
    -So inshallah if it's correct, that means it starts like around 4-3 hours before fajr?
    well if fajr is at 5:54 am and the last third is from 1:25am - bit more than 4 hours bro

    diff between magrhib and fajr is 13hours and 23 mins - divide by three which equals to 4 hours and 27 mins (its actually 27.6 mins ish, you can round it off like normal to 28 mins ...but i didnt, i just kept with 27 mins to give u rough timing ( which is why u get a 2 minute discrepancy if yo udo 4hours and 27 mins x 3)
    Last edited by Slave4akhirah; 18-12-13, 04:06 AM.

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  • TheNamesMalik
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    Originally posted by Slave4akhirah View Post
    :salams

    from around 1.25am

    (i hope my calculation is not wrong)
    -So inshallah if it's correct, that means it starts like around 4-3 hours before fajr?

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  • TheNamesMalik
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    Originally posted by whisperofimaan View Post
    ^ yes. Night starts at maghrib. So you just count the hours between maghrib and fair and then divide them into 3 parts inshaAllah.
    If you got up at like 4.50 am, made wudhuu and started praying, making dua, and reading quran till fair that would still count.
    -So 4:50 am counts? Ight I got it. For future reference though I checked the time between my Maghrib time to Far and it's 10 hours and 37 minutes. I not to clear on dividing it into three parts though.

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  • Slave4akhirah
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    :salams

    from around 1.25am

    (i hope my calculation is not wrong)

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  • whisperofimaan
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    ^ yes. Night starts at maghrib. So you just count the hours between maghrib and fair and then divide them into 3 parts inshaAllah.
    If you got up at like 4.50 am, made wudhuu and started praying, making dua, and reading quran till fair that would still count.

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  • TheNamesMalik
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    Originally posted by Mockingjay View Post
    :wswrwb:

    From what I know, night starts from Maghrib and ends in Fajar. Now you can divide those into three. For example Athan for Maghrib starts at 6 PM and Fajr starts at 6.00 AM. So third part of the night starts at 3.00 AM.

    Wallahu a'lam
    -Thanks sis, but since mines is a lil mixed I'm still a little confused... I never liked division. So inshallah if I find out I plan to follow it from there.

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  • TheNamesMalik
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    -I was told I have to include the Maghreb time, so Athan for Maghreb begins at 4:31 p.m and the athan for Fajr is 5:54 a.m

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  • Mockingjay
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    Re: Quick question about Dua in the Last third of the night?

    :wswrwb:

    From what I know, night starts from Maghrib and ends in Fajar. Now you can divide those into three. For example Athan for Maghrib starts at 6 PM and Fajr starts at 6.00 AM. So third part of the night starts at 3.00 AM.

    Wallahu a'lam

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