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Topic initiated on Wednesday, August 4, 2004  -  4:23 PM Reply with quote
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Unver Zuberi

Posted - Monday, August 9, 2004  -  9:35 AM Reply with quote

In response to qa query by NMr. Shahzad Ali aboyt LYAL it was amon other thins said thar SALAT i.e. Namaz is a Sunnah of the Holy Prophet. Does that mean that it ia not obligatory (FARZ)? Please explain. Thanks. Unver Zuberi
Jhangeer Hanif

Posted - Tuesday, August 10, 2004  -  11:56 AM Reply with quote

No. It does not mean that it is not obligatory. Every Muslim is obligated to offer Salah five times a day. Sunnah means the practices instituted by the Holy Prophet (pbuh). When we say that Salah is the Sunnah of the Prophet, we mean that this has been instituted by the Holy Prophet (pbuh) and not by the Qur'an.


Posted - Wednesday, September 8, 2004  -  9:11 PM Reply with quote
Assalam alaikum...The salat has been made obligatory five times daily in the Holy Quran...the method of praying is the sunnah of the prophet (p.b.u.h). Hence it is obligatory...but as far as i know we have to follow what Allah AND Mohammed (p.b.u.h) told us to...

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