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In congregational prayer in the mosque if one gets fart in the middle of the rakah, what should a person do

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1. i am very much embarrassed to ask this question. pls. forgive as i need to know the answer.

In congregational prayer in the mosque if one gets fart in the middle of the rakah, what should a person do, leave immediately (breaking the salah) in between to do wudu, or finish the particular rakah.

 

2. when the salah finishes i have noticed people (from india, pakistan, bangladesh ) raise their hands for dua while the arabs after finishing the salah they just leave the mosque. are we not supposed to make dua after salah, like i do in my mothertongue. or when are we supposed to make dua?

 

3. my aunt expired 3 months back in canada. for this eid my cousin brother (who is married to my sister) will not celebrate idd and relatives will cook food and take in their house. is it right in islam? what is the sunnah. pls. explain

 

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Release wind in prayer

In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and whoever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.

 

Your Question: in congregational prayer in the mosque if one gets fart in the middle of the rakah, what should a person do, leave immediately (breaking the salah) in between to do wudu, or finish the particular rakah.

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 1.139 Narrated by Abbas bin Tamim

My uncle asked Allah's Messenger (saws) about a person who imagined to have passed wind during the prayer. Allah' s Messenger (saws) replied: "He should not leave his prayers unless he hears sound or smells something."

 

Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 310 Narrated by Abu Hurayrah


Allah's Messenger (saws) said: No ablution is necessary except in the case of sound (of wind), or the foul smell (of wind).

 

From the moment one raises their hand and declares the takbeer to signal the start of ones prayer until the time one declares the two tasleems to signal the end of prayer, one will be considered in the state of prayer. If one simply has a doubt that one might have passed wind, one should not act on ones doubt but rather continue their prayer.

 

If one is absolutely convinced that one has released wind while in prayer, they should not wait to finish their rakah, but one should immediately leave the ranks of congregation, re-do their wudu, and join the congregation again to re-start their prayer from the very beginning.

 

Your Question: when the salah finishes i have noticed people (from india, pakistan, bangladesh ) raise their hands for dua while the arabs after finishing the salah they just leave the mosque. are we not supposed to make dua after salah, like i do in my mothertongue. or when are we supposed to make dua?

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 5.612 Narrated by Abu Musa

.. Then Prophet (saws) asked for water, performed ablution and then raised hands, saying, "O Allah! Forgive 'Ubaid, Abu Amir." At that time I saw the whiteness of the Prophet's armpits.

 

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 2.807 Narrated by Salim

Ibn 'Umar used to do Rami of the Jamrat-ud-Dunya (the Jamra near to the Khaif mosque) with seven small stones and used to recite Takbir on throwing every pebble. He then would go ahead till he reached the level ground where he would stand facing the Qibla for a long time to invoke (Allah) while raising his hands (during the invocations). Then he would do Rami of the Jamrat-ul-Wusta (middle Jamra) and then he would go to the left towards the middle ground, where he would stand facing the Qibla. He would remain standing there for a long period to invoke (Allah) while raising his hands, and would stand there for a long period. Then he would do Rami of the Jamrat-ul-Aqaba from the middle of the valley, but he would not stay by it, and then he would leave and say, "I saw the Prophet (saws) doing like this."

 

The raising of ones hands when making supplications (individually) to the Lord Most Gracious is amongst the etiquettes of making supplications as taught by the Messenger of Allah (saws); and there is enough and ample evidence in the authentic and established Sunnah to support the act. When the Messenger of Allah (saws) sought to make his individual supplications to his Lord Most Gracious, at times he (saws) would raise his hands above his shoulders, with the palms of his hands facing inwards.and there is also evidence to the fact that at times, the Messenger of Allah (saws) would make his supplications without raising his hands.

 

Salman reported that the Prophet (saws), said, "Your Lord, the Blessed and the Exalted One, is Modest and Generous, and He loathes to turn away His servant empty-handed when he raises his hands to Him in supplication."

Narrated by Ahmad and Ibn Hibban.

 

There is absolutely no harm if an individual wishes to raise their hands after their prayers and make as many supplications as one wills unto their Lord, regardless of the language of ones supplications.

 

Your Question: ..or when are we supposed to make dua?

Allah says in the Holy Quran Chapter 2 Surah Baqarah verse 186:

And if My servants ask you, O Prophet, concerning Me, tell them that I am quite near to them. I hear and answer the prayer of the suppliant, whenever he calls on Me. So let them respond to My call and believe in Me. (Convey this to them), perhaps they may be guided aright!

 

Nu'man b. Bashir reported that the Prophet (saws), said, "Verily supplication is worship."

Narrated by Ahmad and Sunan.

 

 

Abu Hurairah reported, "The Prophet (saws) said, "Nothing is more dear to Allah than one's supplication to Him.''

Narrated by Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah.

 

Abdallah b. 'Umar reported that the Prophet (saws) said, "Hearts are like vessels, some more attentive and capacious than others. When you supplicate Allah you should be certain of being answered, and know that Allah does not answer a supplication that comes from a careless and inattentive heart."

Narrated by Ahmad

 

Allah Subhanah has Promised to hear and respond to every supplication whenever one calls unto their Lord Most Gracious, Most Bounteous.thus one may make supplications unto their Lord whenever they wish and please.

 

Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 2257 Narrated by Abu Sa'id al-Khudri

The Prophet (saws) said, "Any Muslim who makes a supplication containing nothing which is sinful or which involves breaking ties of relationship will be given for it by Allah one of three things: He will give him swift answer, or store it up for him in the next world, or turn away from him an equivalent amount of evil." Those who heard it said they would then make many supplications and the Prophet (saws) replied that Allah was more ready to answer than they were to ask!

 

Your Question: my aunt expired 3 months back in canada. for this eid my cousin brother (who is married to my sister) will not celebrate idd and relatives will cook food and take in their house. is it right in islam? what is the sunnah. pls. explain

Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 2.371 Narrated by Zainab bint Abi Salama

I went to Um Habiba (r.a.), the wife of Prophet (saws), who said, "I heard the Messenger of Allah (saws) saying, 'It is not legal for a woman who believes in Allah and the Last Day to mourn for any dead person for more than three days except for her husband, (for whom she should mourn) for four months and ten days'."

 

It is not lawful for a believer, man or woman, to mourn a deceased loved one for more than three days, except in the case of a widow whose husband had expired, for her prescribed mourning period in Shariah is four months and ten days.

 

If your aunt expired three months ago, the period of her mourning is long over.and it would not be lawful for the loved ones to mourn her death for more than three days. Your cousin should abstain from mourning the deceased after three days, and it would only be akin to piety, righteousness, obedience and submission in the Sight of Allah, and closest to the Sunnah for him to celebrate Eid just as he would have done normally without absolutely any diminish whatsoever.

 

Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allahs Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.

 

Your brother and well wisher in Islam,

 

 

Burhan


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