Is it allowed to pray behind a handicapped imam?
Tag: validity of prayer
Do the followers also need to repeat their prayer or their prayer is valid?
I want to know as I am currently a student. Zhuhr prayer starts a few minutes before lunch ends at my school, and I am reluctant on being late to my third period class to pray. `Asr prayer starts during my fourth period class, and praying Zhuhr during the minute break between the two classes leaves hardly any time. My question is, is it permissible for me to pray both Zhuhr and `Asr prayers after school, or should I sacrifice being late for class to pray?
Is it permissible for a sick person to pray while seated?
In other words, is it obligatory for me to learn tajwid?
During prayer, I suspect that urine has come out of my private part. But after prayer, when I check it, I see no sign of urine.
Is the prayer of a woman who is led by an imam via TV permissible?
I would like to know in what situation are we allowed to pray with our shoes on and also I would like to know if we are allowed to enter the Mosque to pray with our shoes on.
In this case, is the imam allowed to postpone for a few seconds lifting from the bowing position to give latecomers time to join the Prayer and not miss the first rak`ah?
Is it permissible to place a screen in the women’s prayer place displaying the Imam as if he was in front of them so as for their prayer to be accurate; especially, during silent prayer?