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Mosque etiquettes and obligatory prayers

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Mosque etiquettes and obligatory prayers

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Mosque etiquette and obligatory prayers

The mosque has etiquettes that must be adhered to and in this article we will introduce to you my beloved children the Mosque etiquettes and obligatory prayers, so when we entering the mosque we must be polite with some behaviors and must perform some of them before entering the mosque.

Mosque etiquettes for children

When i enter the mosque, I must use my right foot first and say the entering the mosques dua which is:

“bismallah, O Allah, bless Muhammad, O Allah, open to me the doors of Your mercy” narrated by Muslim.

Before sitting down I must pray two rak’ahs greeting the mosque.

I don’t pass in front of anyone praying and I don’t raise my voice in mosque.

It is preferable to go mosque wearing white robes.

We don’t eat anything smelly like onions or garlic before going to mosque.

I do not cross the necks of worshipers to reach the first rows, but sit down where the council ends up with me.

It is not permissible to buy or sell inside the mosque.

mosque must be kept clean.

Turn off the mobile phone before entering mosque and while you in.

When leaving the mosque, we go out with the left foot and repeat this dua “bismallah, O Allah, pray for Muhammad, O Allah, I ask you, please.”

We also say: “O Allah, protect me from the accursed Shaytan” narrated by Muslim.

? What are the obligatory prayers

Mosque etiquette and obligatory prayers
Mosque etiquettes and obligatory prayers

Allah Almighty imposed on Muslims five prayers every day and night and gave each prayer a specific time, chosen by Allah Almighty also gave each prayer a certain number of rak’ahs and you can learn the imposition of prayer’s story.

Together we will learn the obligatory prayers, what they are and their time, as follows:

  • Fajr: Fajr prayer is two rak’ahs, and its time is from Fajr until sunrise.
  • Dhuhr: Dhuhr prayer is four rak’ahs, and its time from sun goes away until the shadow of everything becomes like it.
  • Asr: Asr prayer is four rak’ahs, its time from the exit of noon until the sun is yellow and this is different in summer from winter.
  • Maghrib: Maghrib prayer is three rak’ahs, its time is from sunset until the absence of red twilight.
  • Isha: Isha prayer is four rak’ahs, and its time from the absence of red twilight until midnight.

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Here, we have reach the conclusion and we have learned with you dear children about the etiquettes of mosque and obligatory prayers, which every Muslim must adhere to when entering mosque to perform obligatory prayers.

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