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Ignoring Salah

Last updated: 30th March 2007
Question ID: #4066
Short URL: http://qa.muftisays.com/?4066
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Anonymous
30th March 2007

 
Assalamu aleikumFrom the age at which salah becomes compulsory up until about 14-15 years old i neglected salah( May Allah Forgive me for it)I was a born muslim but didnt pray out of negligence/laziness etc.MashAllah and Alhamdulillah now i am 17 and i rarely miss any of my five time salah, but my past haunts me.What should i do?Should i assume the no of years and perform all the salah as qadha?Please advise me on this issue as it bothers me much.Thank you.Assalamu Aleikum.



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Please refer to this: http://www.muftisays.com/qa.php?viewpage=viewQA&question=2589

All the prayers that you have missed during each year, you should make them up by doubling-up your prayers, meaning pray an extra five prayers (as Qadha) a day.

For example, when you pray your Fajar Salah make an extra Fajar Salah (as Qadha) and so on. Insha Allah, if you can do this persistently, you'll complete all your Qadha prayers.



And Only Allah Ta'ala Knows Best.