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Prayer

  • Importance and Conditions of Prayer
  • Prayer Times
  • Qiblah
  • The Place of Praying
  • Rules of a Masjid
  • Rules Regarding Other Religious Places
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    Rules Regarding Other Religious Places
     
    Q 85. Is it permissible to register a ḥusayniyyah under the names of certain persons?
    A. It is impermissible to register a ḥusayniyyah that is endowed for holding religious ceremonies as private property and there is no need to register it — as an endowment — under the names of specific persons. In any case, registering it as an endowment under the names of some persons is better done after obtaining the permission of all those who contribute in its construction.
     
    Q 86. It is stated in the books on practical laws that it is not permissible for a junub person or a menstruating woman to enter the shrines of the Imams (a.). Please explain whether what is meant by the shrines is only the area beneath the dome or does it include all buildings connected to that area?
    A. The shrine means the area under the blessed dome and that which is commonly recognized as the shrine and the holy place where an Imam (a.) is buried. As far as the attached building and porches are concerned, they are not subject to the rules of the shrine; therefore, there is no problem in the entrance of a junub person or a menstruating woman in them except those sections that have the title of masjid.
     
    Q 87. A ḥusayniyyah was built next to an old masjid. At present, this masjid does not have enough space to accommodate all of the people who want to perform prayer. Is it permissible to incorporate the said ḥusayniyyah to this masjid and use it as a part of the masjid?
    A. There is no problem in performing prayers in the ḥusayniyyah. However, if the ḥusayniyyah has been endowed correctly, according to shar‘, as a ḥusayniyyah, it is not permissible to transform it to a masjid or incorporate it to the adjacent masjid under the title of masjid.
     
    Q 88. Could the carpets and properties donated — as nadhr — to the shrine of one of the descendants of the Imams (a.) be used in the jāmi‘ masjid of an area?
    A. There is no problem in it provided that they are in excess of the needs of the shrine and its visitors.
     
    Q 89. Do the rules of a masjid also apply to the takiyahs that are founded under the name of Abulfaḍl (a.), etc.? Please, clarify the rules of such centers.
    A. The rules of a masjid do not apply to takiyahs and ḥusayniyyahs.
  • Clothes of the Praying Person
  • Wearing and Using Gold and Silver
  • Adhān and Iqāmah
  • Recitation [of the Fātiḥah and the Other Chapter] and its Rules
  • Dhikr of Prayer
  • Rules of Prostration
  • Things that Invalidate Prayer
  • Rules of Greeting in Prayers
  • Doubt in Prayers
  • Qaḍā’ Prayer
  • Qaḍā’ Prayers of the Parents
  • Congregational Prayers
  • Rule of Incorrect Recitation by a Congregational Prayer Imam
  • Congregational Prayer Led by a Person Lacking a Body Part
  • Women’s Attendance in Congregational Prayer
  • Performing Congregational Prayer behind Sunnīs
  • Friday Prayer
  • The Two ‘Īd Prayers
  • A Traveler’s Prayer
  • Someone for Whom Traveling Is a Job or a Preliminary for the Job
  • Rule of Students
  • Intent of Traveling the Shar‘ī Distance and Staying for Ten Days
  • Tarakhkhuṣ Limit
  • A Travel for the Purposes of Committing a Sin
  • Rules Regarding the Watan
  • Wife’s and Children’s Following as far as Watan Is Concerned
  • Rules of Large Cities
  • Prayer Performed by Hiring
  • Āyāt Prayer
  • Nāfilahs
  • Miscellaneous Issues of Prayers
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