Adhan

'We have not prayed'


'Whenever you pronounce Adhan for prayer ..'


A patient attending congregational prayers


A slave or manumitted slave may lead the prayer


A Sutra or wall between the Imam and his followers


Adhan after dawn


Adhan and Iqama if travelers are many


Adhan before dawn


Adhan pronounced by a blind man


Can Imam offer prayers with only few present


Changing Imams just before prayer


Complaining against Imam for prolonging prayer


Congregational prayer is obligatory


Doing domestic work after Iqama is pronounced


Drawing lots for pronouncing the Adhan


Every step towards good deeds is rewarded


Following the person who follows the Imam


Getting up for prayer during Iqama


Getting up with calmness and solemnity


If meal is ready after the Iqama is pronounced


If people are equally proficient in the recitation of the Qur'an, who should lead prayer?


If the Imam does not offer prayers perfectly


Imam drawing person from left side to right side


Imam eating when called for prayer


Imam facing followers during straightening rows


Imam leading prayer on a visit


Imam prolonging the prayer


Imam relying on what people say


Imam saying: 'Remain in your places ..'


Imam weeping during prayers


Invocation at the time of Adhan


Leading the prayer while Imam comes


Leaving the mosque with genuine excuse


Mu'adhdhin turning his face during Adhan


One woman can form a row


Only compulsory prayer after Iqama


Optional prayers between Adhan and Iqama


Praying and then leading people in prayer


Praying at home


Praying behind a man who is victim of affliction


Praying with intention of teaching the prayer


Prolonging the prayer when praying alone


Raising the voice in pronouncing Adhan


Religious learned men having precedence in leading the prayer


Repeating Takbirof Imam


Repeating the wording of Adhan twice


Repeating the wording of Iqama once


Reward for waiting for the prayer


Running for the prayer


Saying there should be one Mu'adhdhin


Shortening prayer on hearing child cries


Shortening the Qiyam standing in prayer.


Sin of being out of alignment for prayers


Sin of raising head before Imam does


Standing by the side of the Imam


Standing on the left side of Imam


Standing on the right side of Imam


Standing shoulder to shoulder


Straightening of rows is obligatory


Straightening the rows


Superiority of 'Isha' prayer in congregation


Superiority of Adhan


Superiority of congregational prayer


Superiority of Fajr prayer in congregation


Superiority of going to mosque for congregation


Superiority of offering the Zuhr prayer early


Talking after the Iqama


Talking during the Adhan


The first row


The Imam confronted with a problem after Iqama


The Imam is appointed to be followed


The interval between the Adhan and the Iqama


The night prayer


The right side of the mosque


The statement: 'We have missed the prayer'


To suspend fighting on hearing Adhan


Two or more persons are a group


Waiting for the Imam of the prayer


What to say on hearing Adhan


When should the followers prostrate?


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