Lesson 14 | A Summary of Islamic Fiqh | Rulings on Clothing for the Prayer and the Need for Purity

Saturday 19 Nov

Today we continued with the conditions of the prayer:

The Awrah:

  • Is the prayer valid for the one who exposes part of his awrah?
  • What are the effects on society when people do not cover their awrah?
  • What is the ruling on sports clothing that expose the thighs?
  • What is the awrah of a man? What is the awrah of a woman?
  • The ruling on the one who prays in tight clothes

The avoidance of impurity:

  • The prayer is not valid if there is an impurity on your body, clothes or place of prayer
  • If you were unware of an impurity on your clothes during prayer – is it valid?
  • What if you remember during the prayer? what about afterwards?
  • The ruling of the one who prays with his shoes on
  • Is it permissible to pray in a graveyard?
  • Can you have a grave inside the mosque?
  • A description of the Prophet’s mosque

Next week we start with the fourth condition insha Allah: Facing the qiblah

We covered the condition of the timings of the prayer in lesson 13


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LESSON 13 | A Summary of Islamic Fiqh – Abu Muadh Taqweem |The Conditions of the Prayer

Today (29 Oct 2016) we covered the following: The Conditions of the Prayer | Fiqh of Prayer

  • The Entrance of the time of The Prayers is a condition
    • Praying at the beginning time and its exception
    • The 5 Prayers aid you in your Life and expiate sins
  • The specific Time each Prayer enters:
    • The time Dhur starts and ends
    • Delaying Dhur due to extreme heat
    • Differences of Opinion on what time Asr ends
    • The time Maghrib starts and ends
    • The Preferred time of Isha and the time for necessity
    • The Sunnah of Delaying Isha
    • The Prophet disliked a person going to Sleep before Isha and staying up (unnecessarily) after it
    • The time of Fajr
    • Praying Fajr early at the beginning time
    • Explanation of the misunderstanding of delaying Fajr
  • What to do if a person overslept or forgot and missed a Prayer
  • The case of a person who purposely missed a prayer

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Lesson 12 | A Summary of Islamic Fiqh – Abu Muadh Taqweem | The Adhan and Iqama

12 – A Summary of Islamic Fiqh by Shaykh Salih al-Fawzan | The book of prayer

Today we covered the following:

  • The rulings of the Adhaan (call to prayer) & Iqaamah (immediate call to prayer).
  • When was the command to carry out the Adhaan revealed?
  • What are virtues of the one who calls the Adhaan?
  • What are the characteristics of the Muadhin? (Muadhin = the one who does the Adhaan)
  • Common mistakes made during the Adhaan
  • How should the call to prayer be done?
  • When should you do the Iqaamah?
  • What should you do if the Imam is late?
  • The du’aa after the Adhaan

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Lesson 11 | Summary of Islamic Fiqh | The Fiqh of Prayer

Saturday 15 October 2016

A Summary of Islamic Fiqh by Shaykh Salih al-Fawzaan | The Book of Prayer

Today we started the chapter of the prayer. We covered the following

  • It is the most obligatory of the five pillars of Islam
  • The linguistic definition of “Salaah”, in the Arabic language is du’a (supplication)
  • The Islamic definition of “Salaah”: Specific actions and statements that begin with the takbeer and end with the tasleem.
  • What is the ruling of the one who does not pray?
  • When & where was the prayer made obligatory?
  • Why is Fajr only 2 rak’aat?
  • What are the times of the prayers?

Next week we start the chapter of the athaan inshaa’Allah

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