(1)Mufti Sahab my question is regarding kasar namaz

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Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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Salaat

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(1)Mufti Sahab my question is regarding kasar namaz

Question

 

(1)Mufti Sahab my question is regarding kasar namaz,considering if a female is married and after her marriage she come back to her parents house for some days to stay with them and the distance between her husband house and parents house is around 350 kms so will she be praying kasar namaz for full farz and what should be duration of stay,

(2.)and if a female is living with her husband in his house and her inlaws house is ata distance of 350 kms where she goes for vacation then she will have to pray kasar or farz over there.

Answer

Muhtaram / Muhtaramah

In the Name of Allāh, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāh wa-barakātuh.

 

If a woman is married and has permanently moved in to stay with her husband, then the house of her husband will be considered as her ‘al-watn al-asli’.

If her parent’s house or her in-law’s house is at a distance of Shar’i safr (78 km) and she did not intend staying for a period of 15 days or more, she will perform qasr for the 4 raka’at salats (Zuhr, ‘Asr, ‘Isha).

Fatawa Mahmudiyya (7/501) Maktaba Faruqiyya

Khayr al-Fatawa (2/669) Maktaba Imdadiyya

Al-Bahr al-Ra’iq ( ) Maktaba Rashidiyya

والوطن الأصلي هو وطن الإنسان في بلدته أو بلدة أخرى اتخذها دارا وتوطن بها مع أهله وولده ، وليس من قصده الارتحال عنها بل التعيش بها وهذا الوطن يبطل بمثله لا غير ، وهو أن يتوطن في بلدة أخرى وينقل الأهل إليها فيخرج الأول من أن يكون وطنا أصليا حتى لو دخله مسافرا لا يتم – البحر الرائق

And Allah knows best
Darul Iftaa

Madrasah Inaa’miyyah

 

 

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