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  • islamlife00
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    According to this hadith, if the OP finishes one rakah before sunrise, then his Fajr salah is valid.

    It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (ﷺ) said: "Whoever catches up with one Rak'ah of 'Asr prayer before the sun sets, or catches up with one Rak'ah of Fajr before the sun rises, has caught it." (Sunan An-Nasa'i)

    Also from islamqa : https://islamqa.info/en/answers/9683...time-of-prayer

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  • Afzalsheikh
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    To the virtues and excellence of Namaz e Fajr on time we can login to the website prayer times to see the correct timings of Fajr Prayer. So that we cannot miss our prayers and will perform them on time.

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  • ZeeshanParvez
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by talibilm09 View Post
    Assalam brother

    I remember two hadiths regarding sin of making Qada if any one can elaborate it or prove that it is not a sahih hadith & clear my doubts please, jazakallah.

    1) praying qada deserves a punishment of one HUGUB. one hugub refers to 88 years
    2)(something like this)one who is praying mary fard prayers ' together' at one time had reached the door of Kufar

    I ve heared this from Taa'lim books of Tablighi jammat.
    A tabligi asked me the same question 3 years ago.

    The first Hadith is a fabrication.

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  • talibilm09
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by .mirror. View Post
    That would be considered Qada.

    Assalam brother

    I remember two hadiths regarding sin of making Qada if any one can elaborate it or prove that it is not a sahih hadith & clear my doubts please, jazakallah.

    1) praying qada deserves a punishment of one HUGUB. one hugub refers to 88 years
    2)(something like this)one who is praying mary fard prayers ' together' at one time had reached the door of Kufar

    I ve heared this from Taa'lim books of Tablighi jammat.

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  • ZeeshanParvez
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    However, having said what I have said, you have nothing to lose by repeating your prayer to avoid any Ikhtilaaf which exists in the opinions of the scholars.

    Additionally, you remind of the instance which took place during the Prophet (PBUH) where two men become Junbi and did not have water and the time of prayer approached.

    They both prayed but then one repeated the prayer later and though the one did not repeat the prayer had made the correct decision, the second one got a double reward.

    So, repeating the prayer will not do you any harm and is the safer position.

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  • ZeeshanParvez
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by mmkay View Post
    Sunrise was at 6:27 and i started fajr at 6:25 and ended at like 6:30. I read somewhere that if you finish one rakat before sunrise that you have prayed it on time, but I don't know whether i finished 1 rakat before sunrise... prayer valid?


    edit: had some blood on my back and i washed it off but i was not sure whether it was all washed away, am i supposed to do fajr again?
    According to the majority of Muslim Jurists you can pray a Qada prayer at the forbidden times which include the time right after Fajr.

    Since you kept praying, it would become Qada but would remain valid. For the majority praying the Qada at forbidden times is also permitted based on generality of the following Hadith

    "مَن نام عن صلاة أو نسيها فليصلها إذا ذكرها، لا كفارة لها إلا ذلك"

    "He who sleeps away from a prayer (i.e remains asleep and misses it) or forgets it, then let him pray it when he remembers it,there is no Kafarah for it except that."

    Based on this the majority have said that any prayer can be made up during any forbidden time.

    Since you began the prayer and it ended up going out of its time, it would become Qada and remain valid.

    As for the blood, then according to the Shafis blood does not invalidate prayer.

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  • talibilm09
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Assalam,

    I remember two hadiths regarding sin of making Qada if any one can elaborate it or prove that it is not a sahih hadith & clear my doubts please, jazakallah.

    1) praying qada deserves a punishment of one HUGUB. one hugub refers to 88 years
    2)(something like this)one who is praying mary fard prayers ' together' at one time had reached the door of Kufar

    I ve heared this from Taa'lim books of Tablighi jammat.

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  • .mirror.
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by مسلمة View Post
    There's a difference of opinion I guess. People should specify which madhab they want the answer from, if any.
    What's the other opinion?

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  • lala24
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by .mirror. View Post
    That would be considered Qada.
    Pls read the link I provided first, I'm sure you will understand what I'm trying to say

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  • Muslimah~S
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    There's a difference of opinion I guess. People should specify which madhab they want the answer from, if any.

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  • .mirror.
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by lala24 View Post
    It is valid provided you straight away perform the salah right after you wake up,read this: http://islamqa.info/index.php/en/65605
    That would be considered Qada.

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  • lala24
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by mmkay View Post
    Sunrise was at 6:27 and i started fajr at 6:25 and ended at like 6:30. I read somewhere that if you finish one rakat before sunrise that you have prayed it on time, but I don't know whether i finished 1 rakat before sunrise... prayer valid?

    edit: had some blood on my back and i washed it off but i was not sure whether it was all washed away, am i supposed to do fajr again?
    It is valid provided you straight away perform the salah right after you wake up, regarding forbidden time for prayers in above post, that is only applicable to nawafil prayers, not the the obligatory one..

    read this: http://islamqa.info/index.php/en/65605

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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    Originally posted by mmkay View Post
    Sunrise was at 6:27 and i started fajr at 6:25 and ended at like 6:30. I read somewhere that if you finish one rakat before sunrise that you have prayed it on time, but I don't know whether i finished 1 rakat before sunrise... prayer valid?

    edit: had some blood on my back and i washed it off but i was not sure whether it was all washed away, am i supposed to do fajr again?
    You'll have to pray again as Akhi Mirror said,

    the 3 times which Salah is Forbidden is as follows,

    http://islamqa.info/en/48998

    :jkk:

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  • .mirror.
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    Re: Was my fajr valid?

    :salams

    Yes, you should repeat the Fajr salaah.

    Fajr, Eid, and Jummah salaah are invalid if you start the salah before its time has left and finish it after the time has come to an end.

    http://www.askimam.org/public/question_detail/16462
    http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/show...time-has-ended

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