Is a person considered to have performed one thousand qada (missed) prayers when he performs only a single qada prayer in Haram ash-Sharif (Kaaba) or al-Masjid an-Nabawi (the Prophet's Mosque)?
Submitted by on Tue, 20/08/2019 - 10:32
Dear Brother / Sister,
Qada prayers are not regarded to have been performed like that. He must perform all of his missed prayers. However, the reward (thawab) of the prayers that are performed in Umrah is more.
A person who performs prayers in holy places receives more rewards but missed prayers should be performed one by one. The debt of a thousand missed prayers are not paid when a single prayer is performed in holy places.
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