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Newly Asked Questions

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  • Authority of the Jurist Leader (Wilayat al-Faqih)
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  • Prayer
    • Conditions of prayer
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    • Prayer etiquette and mustaḥabb actions
      • Adhān and iqāmah
      • Supplicating, during the Prayer, in Other than the Arabic Language
      • Manner of the Prayer’s Qunūt
      • Observing the Sequence in Relation to the Prayer’s Adhān and Iqāmah
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        Observing the Sequence in Relation to the Prayer’s Adhān and Iqāmah

        Q: Is it necessary to say the adhān before the iqāmah?
        A: Saying the adhān and iqāmah before the prayer is mustaḥabb; one may just recite the iqāmah if one wills. However, assuming one wants to say both of them, then he/she ought to recite the adhān before the iqāmah.
      • Rotating One’s Ring (’s Stone) towards Oneself during the Prayer’s Qunūt
    • Qaḍā’ prayer
    • Congregational prayer
    • Friday prayer
    • Two ‘īd prayers
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    • Mustaḥabb prayer
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