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Spiritual Benefits of Prayer

 Taking time out from the daily routine of life to stop and pray is a commandment of God, but does it entitle us to spiritual benefits as well?

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Prayers of Muslim

“I hope to become a better Muslim and be more knowledgeable. I would love to memorize more Quran and to never miss a prayer. I would like to have a higher iman.” Say, “Ameen.” You will stay in our prayers.

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Voluntary Prayers

 Basics of the voluntary prayers known as nafl will be taught in this lesson.

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The Eid Prayer

The Eid Prayer Muslims have two Eids a year,Eid al-Fitr,when Muslims have finished fasting the month of Ramadan, and Eid al-Adha ,signals the end of the first 10 days of the lunar month, Dhul-Hijjah 1-Ruling: The Eid prayer is a collective duty, which means that when some Muslims offer it ,the rest are not accountable for their omission .If no one offers it ,then all share in the sinRuling 2-Conditions: The most important conditions are that it should be offered in time ,the presence of the required number of people and residence .This means that it is invalid if offered before it falls due, or if attended by less than three people .Moreover,it is not required for a person who is travelling 3-Place: It is recommended to offer the Eid prayer in an open space away from residential buildings. 4-Time: When the Sunnah prayer known as Duha is due , which means it starts when the sun has risen in the sky about one spear’s length. 5-Description and Recitation: The Eid prayers consists of two Rak’ahs, In the first rak’ah the Takbeer ,(Aallah-u Akbar),is repeated seven times ,before one reads anything else , and 5 times in the second rak’ah before al-Fatiha It is also authentically reported that he read surah 50 in the first rak’ah and surah 54 in the second. 6-The Sermon(Khutba) The Khutba in the Eid prayer is given after the prayer .It is not recommended for anyone who misses out on the Eid prayer to offer it after it has finished , it must be offered in congregation.

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Duties in prayer

Duties in prayer 1-Saying Allahu Akbar in every moment 2-The imam leading the prayer and a person praying alone says : sami a Allahu liman hamidah (`may Allah answer the prayer of the one who praises Him`) When standing up after bowing 3-Then when he was in the upright position he said: Rabbana wa lak alhamd i.e “You’re our lord and our praise is due to You” 4-Every worshipper in the congregation says only Rabbana wa lak alhamd, while al imam says it immediately after sami Allah liman hamidah 5-Saying Subhana Rabbi al’Azeem when bowing which means :Limitless is Allah in His Glory 6-Saying subhana Rabbi al’Aala when prostrating, which means : Glorified be my Lord, the Most High 7-Saying; Rabbi-gh-firli while sitting between the two prostrations ,which means :forgive me , my Lord 8-The first tashahhud except for people in the congregation when the imam forgets this tashahhud and rises for the next rakah . Those in the congregation are exempt from it because because they have an overriding obligation to follow the imam

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