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Question ID  4262  -  Salat -  2018-03-17 22:15:01
Your Eminence, I have a question about salat istijara .. to pay a Moulana for missed prayers. For example as I was a Christian previously, and since then converted to Islam should I ask/pay a Moulana to do Salat Isijara on my behalf for 30 years of missed prayer? And if so, how to calculate? next week I have family visiting Mashad for Ziyarat of Imam Rida and I appreciate your guidance on this matter. Thank you.
Answer:-  > Salamun Alaykum wr wb
> Namaz Esti’jari or Est'jar is possible behalf of a person who passed away before fulfilling all his obligatory Namaz. It can not be done for a person who is still alive.
> Second important point: You do not need to pray for the period when you were non Muslim. Your responsibility to perform Namaz and other obligators started from the time of you became Muslim only, not before that.
> Please pray for all Momineen during your Ziyarat.
> Wassalam
> Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4258  -  Salat -  2018-03-16 21:30:01
salaam alaikum, Can we offer a daily namaz e wahshat for sawab, with the niyaah "the momineen who are buried today". in taqleed of Agha Sayyid Sistani. p
Yes and it is very good to do it and you will get great reward Insha Allah.
Question ID  4250  -  Salat -  2018-03-11 05:45:02
Salam. It is a 15 hour plane flight from Abu Dhabi to Chicago. We left on Tuesday morning around 4:00 AM from Abu Dhabi, and arrive on the same Tuesday Morning around 8:00 AM in Chicago. We read Fajr on the plane. The time stayed constant at 7:00 AM for the rest of the flight. The time for Dhuhr, Asr, Magrab and Isha did not come. Should we read qada for these salat since they are to be prayed within a 15 hour time period, or is there no qada because the time for these salat never came? Thank you.
Answer:-  No Qadha on you because the time of Dhuhr and Asr never came on you because
of the areas you were passing.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4220  -  Salat -  2018-02-21 18:30:02
Salamun alaikum. A shia praying in a sunni masjid behind a sunni imam for salat ( Subuh, Zohor, Asar, Magrib and Isyak). Do I have to redo all the prayers on my own after finished each salat. Thank you.
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
After being sure that the time of Salah has entered, you can pray with Sunni brothers but you need to recite every thing in Salah for yourself, with out raising your voice. You don’t need to repeat that Sala again.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4211  -  Salat -  2018-02-19 02:45:01
Assalaamun alaykum sayyid, as discussed please could you give references for ending the salaat with Allahu Anbar 3 times from Sunni hadith , thank you Rohail
Salamun Alaykum wr wb
The Prophet (SAWA) used to say( Allah Akbar ) 3 times after every Salah.
1. In Bukhari, Vol 1, Page 204 (Arabic edition) and Muslim , Vol 2, Page 91 and 92, and Abu Dawood ; 1 ; 226, Chapter of Takbeer after Salah:
: From Ibn Abbas: I used to know the end of the Salah During the time of The Prophet (SAWA),when I hear the Takbeer.

2. In Musnad Ahmad Bin Hanbal ; from Ibn Abbas : I never knew the end of the Salah of the Prophet (SAWA) but only when I hear the Takbeer.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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