Performance by the follower of the part of the prayer he has missed, from the imam’s prayer, amounts to ada’ or qada
Performance by the follower of the part of the prayer he has missed, from the imam’s prayer, amounts to ada’ or qada

Book:

The Book of Prayer - كتاب الصلاة.

Chapter:

Delayed Performance

Section:When a raka is deemed to be lost
Topic/Issue:1807 - Performance by the follower of the part of the prayer he has missed, from the imam’s prayer, amounts to ada’ or qada --
Opinions:
Opinion FromOpinionExplanation
some juristPart he observes after the imams salutation is qada and what he has observed with the imam is not the first part of his prayern other versions the words are, "Pray what you are able to catch and offer as qada what you have lost ", where qada implies that what he has been able to observe (with the imam) is the last part of his prayer.
some juristwhat he observes after the salutation of the imam is adda and what he observed with the imam is the first part of his prayerIn some versions of the well -known tradition it is laid down: "Pray what you are able to catch and complete what you have lost ", and completion implies that what he has been able to observe is the first part of his prayer
another group of juristThey made a distinction between words and acts and said that he performs the words as qada, that is, the recitation, and continues on with the acts, meaning addaReconcile between the two narrations
Tags :Worship, Salah, Prayer, Qada, delayed performance, lost, make up
See Also:Order of oferring prayers
Worshipper joins in when the imam has bent for the ruku
References:1[pg:212]
Last Updated:2011-01-16

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