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If you are working with a non-Muslim and there is not enough free time to pray your Zuhr and Asr, are you allowed to pray it the next day as Qadha?
I can understand dear brother or sister how much of a challenge it can be for someone to do salah in a non-Islamic work place. Some managers do not understand the importance of Salah for Muslims and may only permit for one to do it on their break. This can be problematic since the break period could be before the salah starts, or at a time when the salah could be qada.
Usually though around this time in the summer, one has a lot of time to pray zuhr and. Asr. Of course it is better to pray them on time however not all circumstances may permit that. Let us say for example zuhr time is at 1:00pm but you could only pray it at 4pm. As long as maghrib time hasn’t set in, you would be still be able to do the salah within an acceptable time period.
In many work places people go for cigarette or toilet breaks so if these were permitted but not a short prayer break, it could possibly be discrimination. How could one have a right to smoke for 5 -10 minutes yet a Muslim isn’t able to pray within a similar time period?!
If one had very extreme circumstances where they had no other way, it is also possible one could pray in a bathroom if they had tahir mat. This is however makruh meaning the salah would have less reward. I do know of some cases where some were forced to perform salah in a staff bathroom which had a lock on the door. This way they could perform their salah without it being qada and without being prevented.
You should try to speak to your non-Muslim colleague or manager and inshallah a flexible arrangement can be agreed on.
Some ulema state that one must leave the job which would prevent them from doing Salah and must pick a job in which they are able to do salah.
It should be noted that it isn’t permissible to purposely delay salah past qada time, so you cannot just pray them qada the next day instead within the set time.
May Allah grant you success
I made a mistake on the first Rakat of Asr. I tried doing Sajda of Sahw but I did it wrong. Was my Asr prayer invalid?
It depends on the nature of the mistake. Some mistakes do not invalidate the Salah, while other mistakes can invalidate the Salah. You may write some details so that I can understand the situation and try to reply your question.
Is a person allowed, while being ill, to pray the Asr or similar prayers as two units standing and two units sitting?
It is not allowed to pray Dhuhr , Asr or Isha as two units unless you are a traveler.
Performing any obligatory Prayer must be be in standing position unless the person is totally unable to stand, the he will be allowed to sit whenever he is totally unable to stand.
I travel 80 kms from my home to my workplace and return home daily. How should I pray my Zuhr and Asr prayers? Should I perform them fully or Qasr in my work place?
As you travel every day for work, you must perform you Salah as full in both places, your home and your work place. Every one who travels for work three days a week or more, his Salah is full.