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Soggy_Attempt0

Ask Allah to forgive you and continue trying. Another thing you can do is set more reminders and restrictions on yourself during prayer times so that you'll be more likely to just get up and pray.


Impicklerick2569

You shall do khaza to not get the sin (if you did on purpose you shall repend too and don’t miss again try to, but if it’s not in purpose because you were too much sick for exemple, just make khaza and remember that is the most merciful and forgiver


LilArabian_

What’s khaza?


AbuAbbasAlShafi

qaza/khaza is making up prayers


jerayawara

Qadha


jerayawara

Qadha


zaphrode

he meant Qadha/Qodha


GiGaN00B

What do you say, when doing intension to pray kaza of yesterdays asr for example?


Impicklerick2569

Do you usually say in English or no, because I say in Turkish my intention to pray, refer to a sheikh of your madhab to know exactly


GiGaN00B

Eeh, anlat ozaman :D


Impicklerick2569

Lan önce söylesene Türk olduğunu


SnooDoggos6442

https://islamqa.info/en/answers/111783/how-can-he-make-up-for-missed-prayers


ihastime

"We do not disagree that it is obligatory to make it up; rather we disagree as to whether the made-up prayer will be accepted from him and whether prayer offered at the wrong time is valid." I know that I still must make them up, they might not be accepted but my question remains unanswered, is there a specific order I must follow? I guess it doesn't matter I'll just pray them all at once


Abseez

Yeah do them by the normal daily order


TheRedditisaur

From the link above u can see that. If u missed it on purpose (U had the chance to pray but didn't) u don't have to makeup for it since u have committed a major sin. So in this case u gotta feel remorse and repent. But if u missed it becuz of forgetfulness. I think the answer is direct, u gotta makeup for it in the order it was missed. So as soon as u remember pray it in the order it was missed. So u pray Zuhr then Asr then Isha. insha'Allah this will answer ur question and Allah knows best.


Soloman212

I think that statement isn't saying that it is obligatory to make it up, I think they're saying their disagreement goes beyond simply disagreeing that it is obligatory; that are disagreeing that it is even valid, let alone obligatory. Allah knows best, but before and after they make clear statements that such a prayer should not be made up; >Those who disagree – i.e., those who say that he should make up the prayer – do not have any proof to support their argument. >I made a thorough study of this matter and I did not see any reliable evidence that obliges the one who misses a prayer deliberately to make it up. >The more correct view – and Allaah knows best – is that the one who deliberately omits the prayer should not make it up, rather he has to seek forgiveness and repent. >As for the one who deliberately omits to pray until the time for the prayer ends, he can never make it up


hnfm354

Why did you miss it tho? Delay? Or you fell unconscious due to sickness? If it was due to your negligence, there is no qadha (make up) for you. Repent to Allah and try to discipline yourself more.


CCM0

Pray them as soon as you can.


Maksimuss

You never can full fill that prayers, but Next day, you need to pray after each Dhuhr pray missed Dhuhr, after Asr, pray missed Asr and after Isha same. For the future: Missing prayer very huge sin! It’s worse than Zina and killing people! Don’t miss! Pray whatever it takes!


Pistaciyo

If you deliberately missed the fard prayers out of laziness, pray 2 rakaat of salat al-tawbah, ask forgiveness from Allah, repent sincerely and promise to Allah that you will not miss fard prayers again. Then pray a lot of voluntary prayers ie. rawatib, duha, night prayer/tahajjud, witr, tahiyatul wudu, etc to make up for the missed fard prayers.


makoadog

Just pray them right away. And stop missing salawat.


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tlonestar_to_islam

You ask to take a 5 minute break to pray.


Huz647

Pray during your break.


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farazz_shaikh99

>You don’t. ?


xerneas38

A lot of people think they can "make up" missed prayers. There's almost no excuse for missing salat, but a lot of us are so lost and think we can just make up and continue being careless about salat. I also thought I could "make up" missed salat I missed without having a valid reason.


farazz_shaikh99

What do you even mean? That OP shouldn’t make up for the prayers he missed?


xerneas38

op can do whatever he/she wants. But this "make up" won't do anything. He /she can repent and avoid missing prayers but making up the prayer won't be accepted. Waking up late and praying upon remembering is one thing. Missing 3 with no valid excuse is another.


Inevitable_Door3782

Please state your sources, otherwise your speaking without knowledge which you clearly are.


Soloman212

Salah is an act of worship. Anyone claiming the validity of a specific form or method of Salah is the one that has to bring evidence of its validity, not the other way around. For one to claim a prayer intentionally missed can be made up outside its prescribed and valid time, they have to bring evidence of such an act of worship and command.


xerneas38

Forget hadith for a sec(seems like there's a common occurrence among some Muslims to reject sunnah and practice their deluded idea of Islam) 1. Allah tells us in the Quran that prayers are prescribed for us at particular times(Surah An Nisa verse 103 pick up any Quran it says this). Logically speaking, this implies that if you perform a prayer OUTSIDE of those "prescribed times" then it isn't valid. Can't use hadith for the exception because idk if you believe in hadith so I'll leave it at that. And Allah knows best.


Inevitable_Door3782

Again your not giving any sources. No offense but your interpretation of the Quranic verse is not valid to me, and nor is mine. I need either Rasullullah SAWs explanation or a scholar. Allah sent the Quran and along with it hikmah (The Prophet SAW). The only reason I say this is because your advice in your first comment is incorrect.


xerneas38

Read the thread. I've stated the sources. You can skip past them if your whims and desires are more beloved to you than Islamic rulings. Good day


Inevitable_Door3782

[https://islamqa.info/en/answers/111783/how-can-he-make-up-for-missed-prayers](https://islamqa.info/en/answers/111783/how-can-he-make-up-for-missed-prayers) I agree with all of this. However, this is not what you said.


farazz_shaikh99

Do you hear yourselves? Are you implying this out of your brains?


xerneas38

There's backing for what I said. Sadly most Muslims are practicing their perception of Islam rather than Islam itself. You CANNOT make up missed prayers. Allah prescribed prayers at particular intervals. Anything outside those intervals aren't accepted. Only exception is if you forget and when you remember, you pray ASAP. Practice Islam. Not your whims and desires.


farazz_shaikh99

>There’s backing for what I said. I’d like to have a look.


xerneas38

Surah Nisa verse 103 Sahib Bukhari 597 and Sahih Muslim 684


xerneas38

You can choose not to accept it. But don't ever think that your make ups will be accepted if you had no valid reason to miss 3 prayers to begin with.


crempsen

He is talking about the difference of opinion regarding making up prayers you missed intentionally. It’s unclear whether OP missed them due to negligence or forgetfulness. But there are scholars that say you can’t make up prayers you missed without an excuse


xerneas38

I quoted a sahih hadith. Look at the thread. Its not your place to cherrypick and speak on someone's behalf with no knowledge.


phan2345

If it helps the OP to do better moving forward then make up your prayers. In the order you missed them. May AlLah make it easy for you. It’s not easy especially in demanding modern times but good on you for sticking to it. Ma sha AlLah


Soloman212

Salah is an act of worship. Anyone claiming the validity of a specific form or method of Salah is the one that has to bring evidence of its validity, not the other way around. For one to claim a prayer intentionally missed can be made up outside its prescribed and valid time, they have to bring evidence of such an act of worship and command.


No-Soup9307

Just chill bro


bob444445

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