Rain prayers in UAE on Friday: Step-by-step information to providing them – Information


By means of the particular prayer, worshippers name on Allah to bless the nation with rain and mercy.

Revealed: Mon 8 Nov 2021, 11:02 AM

Final up to date: Mon 8 Nov 2021, 11:08 AM

Mosques throughout the UAE are all set to host particular congregational prayers for rains this Friday, November 12. The UAE President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, had final week directed that Salaat Al Istisqaa be supplied throughout the nation.

Mohammed Matar Al Kaabi, chairman of the Normal Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments, referred to as on worshippers to stick to all Covid security measures whereas providing the prayer. These embody carrying masks and sustaining a secure social distance.

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

Hamad Al Sheikh Ahmed Al Shaibani, director-general of IACAD, referred to as on all ready Muslims to carry out the rain prayer, in accordance with the Sunnah — custom of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).

By means of the particular prayer, worshippers name on Allah to bless the nation with rain and mercy.

This isn’t the primary time that rain prayers are being held within the nation. Salaat Al Istisqaa was carried out in 2020, 2017, 2014, 2011 and 2010 — often between November and December, primarily based on Khaleej Instances’ analysis.

An Imam in Dubai had earlier shared a step-by-step information to providing the prayer:

>> There shall be no Azaan or Iqaamah (requires prayer)

>> Salaat Al Istisqaa is much like Eid prayers. It’s a two-rakah prayer, by which the Holy Quran is recited aloud.

>> The Imam will start with Takbeeratul Ihram (actions to provoke a prayer), which shall be adopted by six or seven others.

>> He’ll then recite the Quran chapter referred to as Fatiha, adopted by another. The remainder of the rakah is completed as regular.

>> Within the second rakah, six Takbeers are pronounced.

>> After the prayer, the Imam leads the worshippers in a congregational supplication (dua).


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