Is Namaaz Salaat?

by Ms Rashid, Atlanta, US, Wednesday, June 06, 2012, 20:20 (2482 days ago)
edited by Quasim Hamdani, Monday, June 11, 2012, 20:01

bhaijan hicham - I was reading this section with information from Parwez Sahib. Can i ask why you missed a major part where Parwez sahib says that:

9: "Sal'at has also been used for a particular RITUAL. On the whole, whatever a Momin is doing by following the Laws of Allah, without any restrictions of time or formation, is Sal'at. But where ever in the Quran it refers to a particular action, its form and timing has to be fixed. In this regard there are various verses in the Quran.

Then a-f examples are given which all refer to the ritual salat.

In f, Parwez sahib says: "The above verses explain that the meaning of Sal'at encompasses the congregational prayers as well.

So as Parwez Sahib says: a part of the salat can ALSO mean prayer - THE RITUAL, it has form and time has to be fixed. We cannot change what he said and I agree with Parwez Sahib totally.

So why is there not a number 3: in your understanding which says salat can also be a ritual , why have are you missing this out? please can you explain.

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