Prier Dhohr en oubliant d’avoir accompli salat al Fajr, dans quel ordre prier ?
Que doit-on faire lorsqu'on se rappelle qu'on a oublié une prière après l'heure de début de la prière suivante ? Faut-il faire d'abord la prière oubliée ou couper la prière en cours ?
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Publié le 27 janvier 2020, par Samir | 23 h 37 min
Temps de lecture : 4 minutes
Praying Dhuhr After Forgetting Fajr: A Step-by-Step Guide
Forgetting a prayer is rare, but it can happen. We can remember not praying al asr when praying al maghrib. Another example is that after having prayed Dhohr, we remember that we did not pray al fajr.
On performing the prayers in order
Imams Abu Hanifa, Malik, and Ahmed are of the opinion that it is obligatory to perform one’s missed prayers in order. A proof of this is that when the Prophet (sallallahou 'alayhi wa sallam) missed certain prayers on the day of al-Khandaq, he performed them in order. Al Bukhari and Muslim narrated from Jabir ibn ‘Abdillah that the Prophet (sallallahou 'alayhi wa sallam) prayed ‘Asr on the day of al-Khandaq after sunset, then he prayed Maghrib after that. Al Bukhari reported that the Prophet (sallallahou 'alayhi wa sallam) said: « Pray as you have seen me pray. »
If a person forgets to pray them in order
The obligation to pray them in order to no longer apply if one forgets, because the Prophet (sallallahou 'alayhi wa sallam) said: « Allah will forgive my Ummah for their mistakes and what they forget, and what they are required to do. This is the point of view of the Hanafi and the Hanbali.
If a person forgets a prayer and does not remember before the time for the next prayer begins, then they remember it, one of the following 3 scenarios must apply:
1- He remembers the missed prayer before starting the current prayer. In this case, he should start with the missed prayer and then pray the prayer that is currently due.
2- He prays the prayer in progress and finishes it, then he remembers that he still has to do the missed prayer that he has not prayed yet. His current prayer is valid and he only has to do the missed prayer, and he is excused for not praying them in the correct order because he forgot.
3- He remembers during the current prayer that he did not do the previous prayer that he missed. He must therefore complete the current prayer, which then becomes a nafil (supererogatory) prayer, then he must pray the failed missed prayer, then redo the current prayer, in order to keep them in the correct order. This is the view of Imam Ahmad.
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said: « When he remembers the forgotten prayer during the current prayer, it is as if he remembered before starting. But if he does not remember, then the current prayer is valid according to the majority of scholars, such as Abu Hanifa, Ahmed, ash-Shafi’i… »
Performing the ongoing prayer is mustahab (recommended), not wajib (compulsory). If he stops this prayer, prays the missed one, then performs the current prayer, it is allowed. Some lesser scholars are of the opinion that one should complete the current prayer and then perform the missed prayer.
How to Offer Zuhr (Dhuhr) Prayer
Zuhr prayer, also known as Dhuhr prayer, holds great significance in Islam as one of the five daily obligatory prayers. It serves as a means of spiritual connection and reflection throughout the day. This article provides a comprehensive guide on how to offer the Zuhr prayer, including its importance, the designated prayer time, Sunnah prayers, and the number of Rakats involved.
1. Understanding Zuhr (Dhuhr) Prayer:
Zuhr prayer is one of the five daily Salah (prayers) that Muslims must perform. It comes after Fajr (dawn) and before Asr (afternoon) prayer. This prayer is an opportunity to pause from daily activities and direct one’s focus toward worship and devotion to Allah.
2. Designated Time for Zuhr Prayer:
The time for Zuhr prayer begins right after the sun has passed its zenith (highest point) and starts to decline from its peak. This is known as « Zawal » and usually lasts until the shadow of an object becomes equal to its actual length. Offering the Zuhr prayer early is recommended to gain the maximum spiritual benefits.
3. Sunnah Prayers for Dhuhr:
Before the obligatory Zuhr prayer, recommended Sunnah prayers can be performed. These are known as Sunnah Mu’akkadah, which are strongly recommended and regularly practiced by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The Sunnah Mu’akkadah for Zuhr consists of four Rakats, to be prayed in two sets.
4. Number of Rakats in Zuhr Prayer:
The obligatory Zuhr prayer consists of four Rakats. Here’s a breakdown of the Rakats involved:
5. Importance of Concentration and Reverence:
When performing the Zuhr prayer, it’s essential to maintain focus, humility, and sincerity. Concentrate on the meanings of the verses being recited and the presence of Allah during the prayer. This enhances the spiritual connection and brings tranquility to the heart.
Offering the Zuhr (Dhuhr) prayer is a fundamental act of worship in Islam. It serves as a reminder of the importance of regular devotion and mindfulness throughout the day. Muslims can deepen their connection with Allah and embrace a more spiritually fulfilling life by understanding the proper method of performing the Zuhr prayer, including its Sunnah prayers and Rakats.
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