How can Salat be finished - 62:10??

by Ilyas Niazi, United States, Thursday, May 31, 2012, 22:36 (2551 days ago) @ Quasim Hamdani

Thank you sir for quick response for my attention.

So - we all know that salaat is a complete asking by the Quran.

With your definition as you have mentioned

"Salaat is a fundamental function where groups of people come together to discuss, plan, and execute the commandments in the Quran as necessitated by the conditions of their respective environments. As with all gatherings, people are asked to exercise proper hygiene (wadu) before joining the congregation, the congregation prays to Allah for wisdom and patience (sabir), relevant verses of the Quran are recited, and then the actual issues, conditions are described, solutions are discussed, assignments are made, and then the congregation disperses"

I have 2 questions

(1) ..... Salat was also for messengers and people before Muhammad (SA) and his people. So how did they follow salat when they had no Quran if salaat means to follow the Quran in the way you have mentioned above?

(2) ..... What times have you fixed with your gatherings? - The Quran says there are fixed times 4:103. How do we know what they are?


I would like to follow a good example. I am sure you will follow the salat in your home. Do you have groups of people that come together? Do you wash your face, arms, feet every time you have one of these sessions? I only want to know your example because I want to learn.


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