Pearl of Wisdom

'The most evil of places on earth are the marketplaces, for it is Satan's domain where he unfurls his flag first in the morning, takes up his seat and gives free rein to his offspring, from a vendor niggardly with his measure, to one who is reckless with his scale, to one who thieves off metres [from cloth], or to one who lies about his wares to all he says, 'Take advantage of this man whose father [Adam (AS)] has died whilst your own father [Iblis] is still Brushing One's Teeth' And he continues to do this from the first one to enter therein to the last one to leave.'

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 84, p. 11, no. 87

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Question : #182 Category: Salaat / Prayers
Subject: reciting aloud during namaz
Question: Why in our fajr, maghrib and isha prayers do we recite aloud?
Can you please provide a contemporary answer, thanks
Answer: The three prayers stated should be recited out loud for males, however if you are afraid of disturbing someone due to the timing, location or similar then it's valid to recite quietly.

For sisters, they recite quietly, unless leading the prayer between women.
When leading the prayer between women, the voice shouldn't be raised so much that it could be heard by others/men.

There are many contemporary responses, one of which is to inform the surrounding area that prayer is being conducted and usually during the darkened sky so people are aware of your presence.
Follow Up
What is the ruling of a sister reciting salat in a low voice where she could hear herself and others near her too. Also what is the ruling of reciting salat out loud in all of the wajib salat?
Follow Up Response
As mentioned above, sisters can perform their prayers by reciting softly (to the extent that a non-mahram males isn't influenced by it).

If a one, male or female, wish to recite all wajibat aloud privately to better their reciting, then there isn't any issues with it.

All other circumstances are supplied above.

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