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Quote .:: SoHaIB ::. Replybullet Topic: Help regarding Salah timez
    Posted: 04 April 2007 at 3:47pm
Salam guyz,

Do any of u guyz know how much time limit there should be between the adhan time and the jama' time for all prayers .....im living in the " central time zone canada "

Lemme know if u understand the question r is it all just mud and water ?


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Quote Sign*Reader Replybullet Posted: 04 April 2007 at 6:47pm
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The rule of thumb is that what ever the people are engaged in to finish in reasonable time e.g., having meal or bathroom relief & do wudu etc about 15 minutes max.

The exception would be for Maghrib prayer; here call Iqamah after say interval long enough to do wudu or say after adhan supplication. This is Hanafi school, the Shafi schoolers go for 2 rakahs B4 jamah prayer.

 Are you at home listening to Adhan coming from Mosque in your neighborhood?

or you are at the mosque; adhan is called and you are waiting for Jamah?
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Quote EastAfrican Replybullet Posted: 04 April 2007 at 11:53pm

Without having the relevant knowledge on the subject i would say waiting 15/20 mins is usually reserved for those going to the mosque for jamaa'a. When at home you can pray after the adaan no problem.

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Quote .:: SoHaIB ::. Replybullet Posted: 05 April 2007 at 8:34am

Salam

thnx for the replies bros and yeah i should have mentioned some more stuff.

Well we are all university students and we have a prayer hall where we pray salah.....Since we have very little tim between classes i want to to set the time so that the max number of ppl can come to join the jama'aa, i wanted to know how far or early for that matter can i go with the time between the adhan and iqamah.

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Quote Aminah07 Replybullet Posted: 06 April 2007 at 7:18am

WAS sohaib,

the best thing to do just for finding prayer times is to get a print out from the mosque closest to your home. i think sign*reader is right but i thought it was to wait at least 10 minutes from the time the prayer is called to the prayer itself.

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Quote Sign*Reader Replybullet Posted: 08 April 2007 at 12:33am
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Salam

thnx for the replies bros and yeah i should have mentioned some more stuff.

Well we are all university students and we have a prayer hall where we pray salah.....Since we have very little tim between classes i want to to set the time so that the max number of ppl can come to join the jama'aa, i wanted to know how far or early for that matter can i go with the time between the adhan and iqamah.

Hope this is more clear


Is that hall permanently assigned for all 5 prayers?
If you call the Adhan, is it such a facility that all expected attendees will hear it?

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Quote .:: SoHaIB ::. Replybullet Posted: 08 April 2007 at 5:16pm

Originally posted by Sign*Reader

Is that hall permanently assigned for all 5 prayers?
If you call the Adhan, is it such a facility that all expected attendees will hear it?

Salam yeah bro we have the place permenantely....we have all the stuff thats usually in a mosques and we do call Adhan and yes every1 can hear it unless they r deaf r something..........

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