Pearl of Wisdom

Islam has seven fundamentals: the first is reason, on which perseverance is founded. The second is maintenance of one's honour and honest speech. The third is proper recitation of the Qur'an. The fourth is to love for the sake of Allah and to hate for the sake of Allah. The fifth is the right due to the household of the Prophet (SAWA) and their guardianship. The sixth is the right of one's fellow brothers and their protection. The seventh is close contact with people through fair means.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Tuhaf al-'Uqul, p. 196

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Question : #512 Category: Salaat / Prayers
Subject: praying missed salahas
Question: When I was aged 7-13, I didn’t pray regularly and sometimes I didn’t pray at all. I really wasn’t a good Muslim during those years, but by Allah’s mercy I am on the Right Path now and for the past 3 years I have not missed a single prayer by purpose and Inshallah I will never miss one again. Is there any way I can make up for those missed prayers? I really want to read Qaza for every single one I missed, but I recently found out that cannot be done? Is that true? Is there any way I can make up for those prayers and prevent receiving punishment for those missed prayers (like when the angles will beat us in the graves for missed prayers)?
Answer: AlSalamo Aleakom Va Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuh.

Brother/Sister;

if you are a men you have to pray after Boloogh Sharei.
I mean after the sign that it saying a boy is Balegh.
I mean one of the sign of the 3 sign.
and if you are a women you have to pray after 9 complete years.(Ghamari years)
the first of 10th.

and if had the conditions of praying you have to pray all those days or years that you haven't been praying.(yajeb al ghadha)

asalokom al doa.
ya Ali.

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