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Timings

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Chapters on the timings



Chapter 1 - The importance of maintaining the prayers in their proper times

Chapter 2 - The virtue of sitting in the mosque waiting for the next prayer

Chapter 3 - Virtue of praying the salat at the beginning of its time

Chapter 4 - The time of zhuhr and `asr

Chapter 5 - Virtue of praying the nawafil of zhuhr and `asr at the beginning of their prayers’ times, and the permissibility of shortening or lengthening them

Chapter 6 - Praying zhuhr in the beginning of its time for the traveler, and delaying it a little to combine with `asr, and likewise maghrib and `isha

Chapter 7 - Permissibility of praying a salat at the beginning of its time, its middle or its end, and the dislike of its delay without a reason

Chapter 8 - The times of virtue for zhuhr and `asr

Chapter 9 - Not to delay the salat of `asr

Chapter 10 - Summary of the rules of the times of the five prayers

Chapter 11 - How to determine that the sun has begun to decline

Chapter 12 - Desirability of du`a and righteous deeds at the declension of the sun

Chapter 13 - Invalidity of praying before the onset of the time of salat or while one is in doubt regarding it

Chapter 14 - Going by the crowing of the rooster to determine the onset of the time of salat in a cloudy day

Chapter 15 - Lightening its nawafil to remain in the time of virtue of zhuhr

Chapter 16 - The beginning of maghrib being the setting of the sun known by the disappearance of the redness in the eastern horizon

Chapter 17 - Beginning and end times of maghrib and `isha

Chapter 18 - Not to delay maghrib past the falling of twilight without excuse

Chapter 19 - Permissibility of delaying maghrib when there is an excuse

Chapter 20 - The non-obligation of climbing the mountain to see whether the sun has disappeared

Chapter 21 - Desirability of delaying `isha until the the third of the night, or the half of the night

Chapter 22 - Permissibility of praying `isha before the disappearance of twilight when one has an excuse

Chapter 23 - Sign of the beginning of the time of virtue of `isha being the disappearance of the western redness, not the whiteness

Chapter 24 - When an obstruction hinders the view of the sunset on the horizon

Chapter 25 - If one prayed while the time had not yet entered supposing that it had, and the time enters during the salat, it suffices

Chapter 26 - The time of fajr being from the rise of dawn up to the rise of the sun

Chapter 27 - Beginning of the time of fajr being when the dawn transverses and illuminates

Chapter 28 - Emphasis on the virtue of praying fajr at the beginning of its time

Chapter 29 - The dislike of sleeping before praying `isha, and of conversation after it, and the qada and atonement for one who sleeps before praying it before the half point of the night passes

Chapter 30 - If one prays a rak`a of a salat prior to the expiration of its time, the salat is considered to be on time

Chapter 31 - Combining zhuhr and `asr, and maghrib and `isha, when one has an excuse

Chapter 32 - Combining zhuhr and `asr, and maghrib and `isha, without a reason

Chapter 33 - If one combines the prayers there is no voluntary salat between them

Chapter 34 - Combining maghrib and `isha with a single adhan and two iqamas and not praying anything between them

Chapter 37 - Permissibility of praying the nawafil of the day ahead of time for one who fears they will not be able to pray them in their time, and delaying them

Chapter 39 - Permissibility of praying one’s qada in any hour of the day or night, likewise the prayers of the eclipse, the tawaf, for entering ihram, and over the deceased

Chapter 55 - What the halving of the night (intisaf al-layl) is recognized by

Chapter 57 - Virtue of hastening to perform one’s qada of the night in the day, and of one’s qada of the day in the night, and the permissibility of agreement in the timing of the qada and the on-time prayer

Chapter 60 - If one doubts whether one has performed a salat while still in its time, and after its time has passed, and if one has prayed zhuhr when one has prayed `asr

Chapter 61 - Whether one prays the nafila when one has qada to fulfill