The Book of Prayer - كتاب الصلاة.
The Timings for Prayer
|Topic/Issue:||1012 - Begining of Asar Time|
|Imam Malik||The beginning of the
timing for Asar prayer is, in fact, the end of the period for zuhr
The last portion of the period for zuhr and the first
portion of the period for asr (a stretch of time sufficient for four (ordinary) raktas is a common time for both prayers.
|In the prayer led by Jibril, it is
stated that he prayed zuhr with the Prophet (God's peace and blessings be
upon him) on the second day at the time at which he had prayed asar on the first day. This shows that there is a common time for both prayers|
|Imam Shafi||The beginning of the
timing for Asar prayer is, in fact, the end of the period for .zuhr, and this
occurs when the shadow of a thing becomes equal to its height.
the end of the period for zuhr is the point of time at which
the timing for asr begins, and is an indivisible moment.
|Hadith of Ibn Umar shows that there is no common time|
|Imam Abu Hanifa||The first timing for asr is that when the shadow of a thing is twice its height||See Issue #1011|
|Evidences :||Hadith of Ibn Umar [Hide/Show]|
|Tags :||Worship, Salah, Prayer, Timings|
|Last Updated:||2011-01-03 |
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