It is obligatory on Muslim male to recite Sura Al-Hamd and another Sura in clear voice in Fajr, Maghrib and Isha Prayers. Clear voice does not making others hear you, but it means that you voice is clear even if it is low but can be heard by those who are just near you.
Fasting in Islam has got a clear procedure in Quran and authentic Hadeeth. We need to follow it and not create or follow another fasting.
You need to consult you doctors whether have just one meal in 24 hours is not harmful for your health.
It is allowed to have one mail meal if you are not fasting but don't harm your health or cause dehydration.
I advise you to fast, so that you will get the spiritual and health benefits as well as reward of fasting.
As you know, for us Muslims, prayer takes priority over absolutely everything. We plan our lives and our daily routine around prayer. We select our form of lifestyle and work based on how we can excel in our faith and get closer to God.
Prayer, which is the most effective way to do this, must of course be done in its perfect form, and within its allocated time.
Anything that becomes an obstacle for that, we must eliminate, even if it means loss of money or changing of work opportunity.
In any job description, you are able to see if you can meet their requirements and also your religious requirements. If they do not give you any breaks, even toilet breaks, then in today's world that would be illegal and inhumane.
I am sure you are able to find a few minutes, during your break, to perform your prayers, quickly, and get back to work.
If under no circumstance are you able to take a break, or pray within the shar'i timeframe of the salat, then have trust in Allah ta'ala, who is the Razzaq, and pursue other work opportunities that would suit your Islamic values and human rights as well.
With prayers for your success.
If you are sure that you prayed five Rak'ats, then you must repeat the Prayer, but if you have doubt, after you have completed the prayer, then this doubt has no value and your prayer is valid.
The end of the time for Maghrib and 'Isha is the middle of the night in the case of the delay being voluntary.
Middle of the night here means the middle between ghurub of the sun and Fajr time. This means it would depend on location and time of the year.
If the delay is not voluntary, and one has an excuse, like ending menstrual cycle after the middle of the night, or sleeping, or unconscious, then the time would extend until before Fajr.
Please refer to your Marja' taqleed for details.
And Allah knows best.
as salam alaikum
the sunset (Maghrib time) marks the beginning of the new twenty-four-hour period (Yawm) or "day". For example, at Maghrib of Thursday starts the night of Friday (Laylat al-Jumu'ah) and at Fajr time of the night of Friday starts the daytime of Friday (Nahar al-Jumu'ah) and it lasts until the next Maghrib. The same goes for all the others days.
With prayers for your success.
Thank you for your question. According to the school of Ahl al-Bayt (as) there is no problem with combining the zuhr and asr prayers in that sequence (one prayer immediately after the other or with any time gap between) after the time of zuhr has set in without any specific reason. Similarly there is no problem with combining magrib and isha prayers after the time of magrib. So there is no problem praying isha prayer after magrib prayer and before 7pm.
May you always be successful.
Nafilah of Ishaa is either two Raka'ats in sitting position or one Raka'at
in standing position, though the 2 Raka'ats in sitting position is
In the 2 Raka'ats of sitting position, you perform the Ruku' by bending
forward in the sitting position and recite ‘Subhana Rabbay al Adheem
wa Bihamdih , then sitting straight again and then going for Sujood
twice, then sitting again for the 2nd Rakaat like the 1st Rakaat.
If you opt to perform it in the standing position, it is just one
Rakaat with Surah al Fateha and 1 other Surah, then Qunoot, then
Rukoo, then the 2 Sajdah.