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Can one pray Zohr & Asr after Maghrib?

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Can I pray my Zohr and Asar farj after Magrib and Isah farj. Is yes then is the Neeyat same.


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Can one pray Zohr & Asr after Maghrib?

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In light of the Sunnah or Way of the Prophet (saws), it is always preferable for a believer to pray the obligatory fard prayers in sequence first Dhuhr, then Asr, then Magrib, then Isha. In such circumstances where one for some reason one has been unable to pray his Dhuhr and/or Asr prayers and its already past the time of Magrib the Sunnah is to pray the Dhuhr first, then Asr, and then the Magrib prayers. The prayers should always be prayed in the sequence in which they are enjoined.


The Neeyah for the prayers is the same.


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