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Salah : Ritual Prayer

The Travellers Salaah
The Travellers Salaah
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  • Authored by: Mawlana Ilyas Attar al-Qadiri

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Details:  The Travellers Salaah (Hanafi),
*[-A5] Booklet - 20 pages,
by Mawlana Ilyas Attar al-Qadiri,
Translated by Translation Majlis.
Published by Dawat e Islami.


[Musafir ki Namaaz : Translated from Urdu into English].

A small but precise guide to the Rules of Salaah (prayer) when one is travelling (musafir) according to the Hanafi jurisprudence.

Contents include :

---Defining the distance of a journey,
---When does one qualify as a traveller?
---The meaning of ''Travel beyond the populated areas'' !
---Definition of 'surroundings' of a City,
---The conditions of becoming a traveller,
---Types of hometowns (watan),
------Original hometown ; Watan e Asli,
------Temporary Hometown ; Watan e Iqamat,
---Circumstances that voids temporary hometown,
---Two routes for a journey,
---How long does a traveller remain a traveller ?
---If the journey is impermissible then .... ?
---Employer and employee companions on a journey,
---Once I have finished my work I will go back!
---The rulings for a woman's journey,
---A woman's parents home and the in-laws home,
---Rules pertaining to people staying in an Arab country on Visas'
---An indispensable rule for the visitor of Madinah,
---Staying for Hajj on an Umrah Visa,
---Qasr (shortening the Salah) is wajib,
---What if someone made the intention of four rakat instead of Qasr ?
---What is the Imam is a traveller and the congregation are residents?
---The residents of the congregation and the two remaining rakats,
---Are the sunnah of salah exempted for travellers ?
---In relation to the 5 letters of salah :
------5 Madani Pearls pertaining to offering salah on a moving train,
---If a traveller stands to offer third rakat what then ?
---Qada salah and the journey!

*Actual Cover may vary to image shown!

*Dimensions :  18 x 12cm.


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