Literally means "one who recites". In Islamic terminology it refers to the person who recites the Quran bearing in mind all the necessary rules of recitation.
Literally means "carrying out or fulfilling". In Islamic jurisprudence it refers to fulfilling or completing those duties that one may have missed due to some reason or the other.
Refers to the sitting posture in salaat.
Refers to fulfilling or completing a salaat which one may have missed for some reason or the other. For further details, refer to the chapter on qada salaat.
The direction in which one faces when offering salaat.
Literally means "recitation". In kitaabus salaat it refers to the recitation of the Quran in salaat.
Literally means "reprisal or retaliation". In Islamic law it refers to the payment of money in lieu of willful or unintentional murder.
The day of resurrection.
Refers to the dua that is generally read in the witr salaat, and in the fajr salaat at times of danger and calamities. For further details refer to the chapter on witr salaat.
Literally means "sacrifice". In Islam it refers to the sacrificing of animals solely for the pleasure of Allah Ta'ala on the day of eid ul-ad'haa and the two days following it.
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