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Sleep between asr magrib.

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a student asked me the ruling about sleeping after asr prayers. She had asked that if I`m very tiered and I`m on duty the rest of the day,can I sleep during asr and maghrib. What are the authentic ahadith ragarding this mattter? 

 

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Sleep between asr magrib

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Abu Barza related that the Prophet (saws) loved to delay the night (Isha) prayer, and he (saws) hated sleeping before it and talking or discussions after it."

Related by Bukhari and Muslim.

 

The Messenger of Allah (saws) discouraged and forbade the believers to choose to sleep between the magrib and isha prayers; but to the best of our knowledge there is no restriction in Shariah if one wishes to sleep between asr and magrib times, if one wishes to do so.

 

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