Person who enters a mosque and has already prayed the two rakcas of the morning prayer in his house

Book:

The Book of Prayer - كتاب الصلاة.

Chapter:

The Two Rakas on Entering Mosque

Topic/Issue:1922 - Person who enters a mosque and has already prayed the two rakcas of the morning prayer in his house
Opinions:
Opinion FromOpinionExplanation
Imam Shafi, Narration of ashhab from Imam MalikOffer two RakasExempted the particular case of prayer from the general
Imam Abu Hanifa, Narration of Ibn al Qasim from Imam MalikDont offer the two rakasExempted the particular case of time from the general
Disagreement
Reasons:
The reason for their disagreement stems from the conflict of the general implication of the Prophet (Gods peace and blessings be upon him), "When one of you enters a mosque he is to offer two rakas", with the apparent meaning of his words, "There is no prayer after daybreak, except the two rakas of the morning ". Here there are two general implications and two particular implications. The first is about time and the second about prayer. The reason is that the tradition prescribing prayer upon entry into a mosque is general with respect to time, but is particular with respect to prayer, while the tradition proscribing prayer after daybreak, except the two morning rakas, is particular with respect to time and general with respect to prayer.
Tags :Worship, Salah, Prayer,Supererogatory,Nawafil, Enter Mosque, Tayatul Masjid, Sunrise, Sunset, After
See Also:Hukum
References:1[pg:238]
Last Updated:2011-01-27

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