|03-28-2005, 05:10 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Toronto - Banu Shaja'ah
Shuroot as Salah
I don't know if this is considered a fiqh question or TPA question:
If you discover that you have left out a shart of salah after you have prayed, do you have to repeat it?
For example, if one of the conditions of timing, qiblah (within 180 degrees) or purity were not fulfilled.
And if you do have to repeat the salah then was the case of the sahabah in masjid qiblatain an exception to this rule? - they did not have to repeat the salah after the qiblah changed.
Last edited by UmA; 03-29-2005 at 08:21 AM. Reason: grammar, 180 degrees
|03-28-2005, 11:39 PM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2004
Re: Shuroot as Salah
Have you completed both weekends of the class? Sh. AbdulBary will be discussing the qiblah issue, inshaa'Allaah. Whether you have to repeat the prayer or not depends on things like whether you put in your best effort to find out what the correct qiblah was or not before you prayed in the wrong direction. If you've attended both weekends but missed the discussion of this issue, I will be glad to type the details. It's one of my favorite issues.
As a side, if you are praying in the wrong direction (after trying your best to figure out what the qiblah is) and then someone sees you and tells you that you are praying in the wrong direction, you can turn and face the right direction without breaking your salaah. You can just turn and continue the prayer as the sahaabah did when they were informed that the qiblah had changed from Jerusalem to Makkah while they were praying, wallaahu a'lam.
The definition of a condition is an act which the existence of doesn't necessitate the existence of the act of worship, but it's absence will result in the absence of the act of worship. (Sorry, I know that's a bad translation.) Perhaps an example will explain. Wudoo' is a condition for prayer. You can have wudoo' without prayer. The existence of wudoo does not necessitate the existence of prayer. (Maybe you did wudoo' to read Qur'aan or another reason.) However, the absence of wudoo' necessitates the absence of the salaah. That is, if you prayed without wudoo' it's as if you didn't pray. There was no prayer because there was no wudoo'. The Prophet (SAS) said that Allaah will not accept the prayer of a man until he performs wudoo and that there is no prayer for the one who has no wudoo'. Therefore, wallaahu a'lam, if one realized that he hadn't been on wudoo when he prayed after he's done he has to redo it, because that prayer didn't count.. it was as if he didn't pray.
Same applies if one prayed before the time and then realized after he was done. He would have to redo that prayer because it didn't count... one of the conditions wasn't fulfilled.
P.S. I just reread your post and also noticed that you are in Canada. I guess that means you probably have not attended the class yet. Inshaa'Allaah, I'll type up the qiblah issue later. It has more details.
I apologize if you were looking for an instructor's response. I thought you were a fellow TPA student and thought I'd share what I got out of the class.
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