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The following was kindly provided to Maulana Bashir Rahim. Thank you kindly 
Maulana Rahim.

Zahir Panju
Acting moderator abdg-a


  My question is about qaza prayers and the intentions concerned.
  I know there is no excuse but somehow I did manage to miss about two 
  weeks. This was before Ramadan. 
  Q. How do I make the intention for these, do I include the particular 
  date in my intention or just say  "I intend for the sake of Allah (S.W.T)
  to perform qaza Isha" for example or is it enough to just think of it in my
  Q2.When making the intention do I say it allowed with a soft voice (as I 
  was taught by my father) or do I say it only within my mind as
  what a sunni friend has told me.  Is it true the body must hear
  the intention so that it may bear witness?
 There is consensus amongst the fuqaha over the matters on which you seek 
  (1)  If you are certain about the number of days for which you owe qadha you 
 should begin to perform the qadha either all in one day or staggered as you 
 remembering that the sooner the qadha is repaid the better  it is.
  (2)  There is no need to utter the niyyah either softly, loudly or in any 
 language so long as you know that you are performing a particular salaah qadha 
  (3)  The following should be noted:
  (a)  If you are uncertain about the number of days for which you have to 
 qadha it is sufficient for you to recite qadha for the least number of days for 
 you believe you owe qadha. You may however decide that as a precaution you 
 should recite qadha for any larger number of days,
 (b)  If during the period for which you owe qadha there was any day that by 
 of travelling you could not have recited your salaah in your home town before 
 became qadha then you should recite qasr qadha for that particular salaah.
 (c)  Qadha salaah should be recited in the proper sequence i.e. fajr, zuhr, 
 maghrib and Ishaa. Lastly my friend, a personal message.

 I am proud of your courage to admit to yourself of the lapsed prayers and 
 acknowledge that it was some thing which should not have happened. May Allah 
 shower His maghfirah and ne'ma upon you.

 With salaams and duaas from a humble servant of Ahlul Bayt and their followers,
 Bashir Rahim
  1. Ayatullah Seestani's Islamic Laws. p 181, and pp 257-261.
  2. Ayatullah al-Khui, masalah 952 and masaail 1379 to 1398.
  3. Ayatullah Khumaini (Urdu version) masalah 942 and masaail 1367 to 1386.

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