Pearl of Wisdom

'Blameworthy and Punishable partisanship is when a person considers the evil people of his own community to be better and prefers them over the good people of another community. It is not considered partisanship or bigotry to love one's own community, rather it is when a person assists them in spite of their wrongdoing and aids them therein.'

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
al-Kafi, v. 2, p. 308, no. 7

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Question : #546 Category: Salaat / Prayers
Subject: making up missed prayers
Question: Assalam o Alaikum
I want to find out, how can I make up for the prayers I missed when I was younger and did not pray? I want to compensate for them all so that there is no punishment in the grave or on the day of judgement. I always pray now so I have repented. How can I make up for those prayers? Thank you.
Answer: Alaykum Salam.

To make up for missed prayers, one should recite 'Qadha Fajr' or 'Qadha Asr'.

One measure to ensure all missed prayers are recited, you can pray them similar to Nafilah prayers. Such that everyday after each prayer, you make up for the missed.
ie: After Farj, you recite Qadha Fajr and after Dhuhr you recire Qadha Dhuhr.

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