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Salaah (Prayer), the obligatory five daily prayers and the superogatory prayers. A pillar from the five pillars of Islam.
Answered by Shaykh 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Abdur-Raheem al-Bukhaaree
Questions on women seeing the lines of the men and making the adhaan outside of the masjid.
By Shaykh Muhammad Ibn 'Umar Bazmool
Based on the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah when he was advised by the Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) concerning various etiquettes of salaah.
A collection of evidences regarding the apostasy of the one who intentionally abandons salaah.
By Shaykh Muhammad 'Umar Bazmool
This excerpt from the book "A Description of the Regular Sunnah Prayers" shows that the sunnah prayer done before Salaatul-'Asr is to be done in four continuous units, without giving tasleem between the two.
By Abul-'Abbaas Moosaa Richardson
What if all seven parts of the body did not touch the ground during prostration?
By Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah -rahimahullaah-
This is a series of questions that were put to Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah in his Majmoo’ul-Fataawaa concerning articulating the intention aloud when beginning the Prayer.
By Shaykhul Islaam Muhammad Ibn 'Abdul-Wahhaab -rahimahullaah-
An excellent reminder concerning the way in which one must walk to the place of Prayer.
The article is a selection of narrations and comments concerning the issue of pushing back one who is praying, taken from Naylul-Awtaar of Imaam ash-Shawkaanee.
By Imaam Muhammad Naasirud-Deen al-Albaanee -rahimahullaah-
Taken from the Shaykh’s authentication of Sayyid Saabiq’s book, this article discusses when the time of Salaatul-’Ishaa‘ starts and ends.
A list of narrations concerning the Duha Prayer (forenoon prayer) also known as Salaatul-Awwaabeen (the prayer of the penitent) or Salaatul-'Ishraaq (the prayer after sunrise).
A brief article showing that it is permissible for the women to lead the Prayer.