Translated by Yusuf Ali
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The Arabic word for prayers is “salat,” and for Muslims it is obligatory to pray five times a day. These times are near dawn (Fajr), just after noon (Dhuhr), in the afternoon (Asr), just after sunset (Maghrib) and around nightfall (Isha). If a prayer is skipped it must be made up later. However, for Shi’a’s it is permissible to combine the times of Dhuhr and Asr and the times of Maghrib and Isha prayers. This means Shi’a still perform five prayers, only at three different time periods during the day.
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