Rain prayers in UAE on Friday: a step-by-step information to providing them

By particular prayers, worshipers name upon Allah to bless the nation with rain and mercy.

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Mosques throughout the UAE are set to host particular congregational prayers for rain this Friday, 12 November. The President of the UAE, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, directed final week that Salat Al Istishqa be provided throughout the nation.

Mohammed Matar Al Kaabi, chairman of the Basic Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments, referred to as on worshipers to comply with all COVID security measures whereas providing prayers. These embody carrying a masks and sustaining a protected social distance.

The Islamic Affairs and Charitable Actions Division in Dubai introduced that the congregational rain prayers shall be held 10 minutes earlier than Friday (Jumuah) prayers.

IACAD Director-Basic Hamad Al-Sheikh Ahmed Al-Shaibani referred to as on all able-bodied Muslims to wish for rain, in accordance with the Sunnah – custom of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

By particular prayers, worshipers name upon Allah to bless the nation with rain and mercy.

This isn’t the primary time that rain prayers are being provided within the nation. Based mostly on analysis by Khaleej Occasions, Salat Al Istishqa was carried out in 2020, 2017, 2014, 2011 and 2010 – often between November and December.

An imam in Dubai beforehand shared a step-by-step information to providing prayers:

>> There shall be no Azan or Iqamat (name for prayer)

>> Salat Al Istishka is much like Eid prayers. It’s a two rak’ah prayer during which the Holy Quran is recited out loud.

>> Imam will start with takbirtul ihram (motion to start out a prayer), adopted by six or seven others.

>> Then he’ll recite the chapter of the Qur’an referred to as Fatiha, adopted by one other. The remainder of the rak’ah is finished as ordinary.

>> Six takbirs are recited within the second rak’ah.

>> After the prayer, the Imam leads the worshipers right into a congregational prayer (dua).

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