Is it permissible to recite surah al-Ikhlas between sunnah and fard of a salah (prayer ) in the mosque?
Submitted by on Sat, 25/04/2015 - 11:41
Dear Brother / Sister,
If one eats, drinks or goes shopping after performing sunnah and before performing fard, he/she should perform the sunnah again . For, sunnah prayers are connected to fard prayers. Giving a break by being engaged in wordly life means the person separates sunnah and fardh. It is all right to drink one sip or take a bite. They do not reduce the virtue of sunnah .
It is permissible to worship between fard prayers and sunnah prayers. (al-Khulasa; Fatawa al-Hindiyya)
Accordingly, it is all right to say prayers and read surah al-Ikhlas between them.
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