Missed magrib reached isha congregation.

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First of all i would like to appericiate efforts of all your team and thanks all of you that you have made it possible for all of us to remove our misconception regarding ISLAM whether they are small or bigger. Inshallah Allah will give return of this, which we can`t imagine. May Allah Shower his blessing and mercy upon all of us.


I want to ask you regarding salah, suppose someone is regular with his salah and one day he missed maghrib (for example) and he couldn`t pray till Isha. When he reached masjid Isah salah was going on, now this man will join the Jama`t and will finish his Isha salah or he has to finish his Qaza of magrib first and then he has to join Jama`t of Isha and keep in mind that while fisnishing magrib he may miss Jama`t of Isha.


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Missed magrib reached isha congregation

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Your Question: …..When he reached masjid Isah salah was going on, now this man will join the Jama`t and will finish his Isha salah or he has to finish his Qaza of magrib first and then he has to join Jama`t of Isha and keep in mind that while fisnishing magrib he may miss Jama`t of Isha.
If for any genuine reason one has perchance missed one (or more) of their obligatory prayers, the absolute majority of the scholars and jurists in Islam are of the opinion that when making up those missed obligatory prayers, one should strive to maintain the sequence or the order of their prayer. Thus if one (Allah forbid) has missed the offering of their obligatory ‘Asr’ and ‘Magrib’ prayers and wish to make them up at ‘Isha’ time, then first they should offer the ‘qada’ or delayed prayers of ‘Asr’, then the ‘Magrib’ and then the ‘Isha’. 

 

Now to your specific question….

 

If one has perchance missed the offering of their ‘Magrib’ prayers, and reaches the masjid before the congregation for the ‘Isha’ prayers has started, then one should first pray their missed ‘Magrib’ prayers as ‘qada’ and subsequently join the ‘Isha’ congregation with the believers.

 

But if the person reaches the masjid just when the ‘Isha’ congregation is about to start or has already started, then indeed the person should join the ‘Isha’ congregation with the believers and then offer the missed ‘Magrib’ prayers later as ‘qada’. 

 

Wabsah relates that the Messenger of Allah (saws) saw a man praying behind the rows by himself and the Prophet (saws) ordered him to repeat his ‘salah’.

Related by Bukhari and Muslim.

 

A prayer offered by a person alone when a prayer congregation is in process is unacceptable to Allah Subahnah.

 

Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allah’s Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone.  Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.

 

Your brother and well wisher in Islam,

 

 

Burhan

 

 

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