Can a Muslim postpone his/her prayers because of working?
Submitted by on Sat, 12/09/2009 - 02:58
Dear Brother / Sister,
One of the obligations of five daily prayers is to perform them on due time. Prayers cannot be performed by joining them together because of working. One must perform even only the obligatory part of the prayer on due time. If one did not perform it on due time, one should perform compensatory prayer as soon as possible and in addition, one should repent of the sin of postponing the prayer until compensation.
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