Timings for Dhaur Prayer

Book:

The Book of Prayer - كتاب الصلاة.

Chapter:

The Timings for Prayer

Topic/Issue:1011 - Timings for Dhaur Prayer
Opinions:
Opinion FromOpinionExplanation
Imam Malik,Imam ShafiThe end of Dhaurs extended timing is when the shadow of a thing becomes equal to its length.Hadith when Jibril led the Prophet in Prayers
Furthermore, the hadith "The time of a prayer does not end till the time of the next prayer begins" shows continuation of the timings, that is, continuation without a dividing break
Imam Abu HanifaShadow of thing becomes twice its length(in one narration from Imam Abu Hanifa). According to another report from him, the last timing for the noon prayer is when the shadow of a thing is equal to its length, while the first timing For the asar prayer is when the shadow is twice the length (of a thing), and the period between these is not suitable for the noon prayer. Hadith comparing previous nations
if the interval between the beginning of asar and sunset is shorter than that from the beginning of zuhr up to the time of asar, in accordance with the implication of this tradition, it is necessary that the beginning of the time for asar be when the shadow is more than the height of a thing, and that this be the end of the time for zuhr.
Evidences :Hadith of Companion, Hadith of Companion [Hide/Show]
Tags :Worship, Salah, Prayer, Timings
References:1[pg:100]
Last Updated:2011-01-03

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