This is a series titled Fiqh of Prayer (Kitab al-Salat) by Mufti Abdur Rahman Ibn Yusuf Mangera.
The main text being used is Nurul Idaa, but other texts will also be used by the Sheikh. Sheikh will be stating the rulings primiarly for the Hanafi school of thought but he will also mention the rulings in the other schools as well.
The Questions beings answered will be:
1) If travelling with a group is it permissable to combine if they combine?
2) If the Khutbah of the Jummah prayers starts when it is Makruh to pray, when should one pray the sunnah or jummah prayer?
3) In Ramadan should we eat first and then pray Maghrib?
4) If praying Fajr and the sun comes up at the Horizon,
you said you would have to stop the prayer is this the Hanafi opinion only because you could use the 20 minutes before Fajr to make up the missed prayer?
5) Can you use the 20 minutes [after sun rises] to pray the sunnah of Fajr prayer after you have made the Fajr prayer on time?
6) If you make Salah tul Jam'ah and it should have been Qasr is your salah valid?
7) Should one make Qadah of missed Witr prayers?
8) What if it's a gathering where no men can hear women's voice, or if a woman is home alone, is it still Makrooh for a woman to say the Azaan or Iqaamah?
9) What happens if you are travelling and you get at home in time for salah, do you still pray Qasar?
10) While Fajr Jama'ah is going on, should i pray my Sunnahs, for a Sahf'ee?
11) What is the length for Zawaal?
There are other shorter questions as well....
Click here for the full series: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=B6132F581BCAB0CE
Click here to download the english text of Nurul Idaa [with references]: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XW3UM4W0
--------About the author of Nurul Idaa---------
Imam Shurunbulali (RA) is Abul Ikhlas Hasan ibn `Ammar ibn `Ali al Shurunbulali al Wafa'i (RA) (964-1069), a major Hanafi imam and verifier (Muhaqiq) whose works form an integral part of the school.
Shaykh Muhammad I`zaz `Ali (RA) states in his commentary on the Nur al Idah, quoting Shaykh Muhammad Amin (RA) (d: 1111), "He was from the elite and distinguished scholars of jurisprudence (Fuqaha) and the most preferred of his time. He was the greatest of the latter day scholars in possession of fiqh, the most knowledgeable of them in the texts and its principles, and the most bountiful in his writings and authorship." (Nur al Idah bil Isbah, Pg: 7 Qadim Kutub Khana Ed.)"
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