How many missed (qada) can be performed the most a day? If a person who did not perform salah for ten years wants to perform them as qada and performs a hundred missed prayers a day, are these salahs accepted?
Submitted by on Sun, 03/05/2015 - 13:31
Dear Brother / Sister,
It is not appropriate to say certain things on that issue. If someone has a lot of missed salahs, he/she must perform them in his/her free time. We cannot say he/she can or cannot perform such and such amount of missed prayers. He/she can perform as many salahs as he/she wants if the conditions are suitable.
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