Is it permissible to perform qada (compensation) prayers after the prayer of Maghrib (the evening prayer)?

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Is it permissible to perform qada (compensation) prayers after the prayer of Maghrib (the evening prayer)?
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It is permissible to perform qada (compensation) prayers after the prayer of Maghrib (the evening prayer).

There is no specific time and place for qada prayers. That is, there is no such a rule that the qada of Asr (afternoon) prayer can only be performed within the time of mid-afternoon. It can be offered any time. However, one should pay attention not to offer any prayers within the time periods that are called karahah. The first one of these times is the period beginning from the time when the sun rises till it raises a spear length (five degrees). In our country, it is between forty and fifty minutes after the sun rises.The second one is the time when the sun is at its zenith point (zawal). It is the period of 30-40 minutes before the time for the noon prayer starts.The third one is the period beginning from the time when the sun begins to turn yellow and when its light does not dazzle man to the time when it sets. It is the period of 45 minutes before the evening prayer. It is not regarded nice to perform prayers at these times.

Besides, there is no time limit for qada (compensation) prayers; a person can perform as many prayers as he desires.

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