الأوقات والأماكن المنهي عن الصلاة فيها وآثارها الفقهية دراسة مقارنة
ترتيل غازي عبدالله عمرو
Tarteel ghazi abdullah amro
This study aims to identify the opinions of the Jurists and their presented evidence concerning the times and places, at which and where, prayer is prohibited and their consequential, jurisprudential implications. In doing so, the study hinges on the elucidation of jurisprudential opinions and their respective evidence -concerning the particulars of this topic and the making of wellreasoned jurisprudential conclusions, based on such opinions, concerning the different issues related to the above topic- as being one such primarily urgent need for Muslims. Such prime urgency derives from the nature of prayer being one of the religious obligations enjoined upon Muslims. Therefore, the study of such topic as the one examined in the current study will, doubtless, satisfy a demanding need for both researchers and students, and for those upon whom prayer has been enjoined, by attempting to bridge a gap in the literature concerning this topic, collecting, together, its bits and pieces and processing these details in a distinctive manner; thus, presenting the concerned audience with the conclusions needed to stay informed. The study, at hand, adopts the title: “The Times and Places at Which and Where Prayer is Prohibited and Their Consequential Jurisprudential Implications –a Comparative, Jurisprudential Study”, and is divided into an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion, as follows: Introduction: this chapter looks into prayer, itself, the judgement on prayer, and its merit. This chapter further extends into three sections: the first covers the definition of prayer linguistically/lexically and then terminologically; the second, however, highlights the legality of and judgement on prayer; while the third, sequentially, looks into the merit and importance of prayer. Chapter One: it highlights the link between worships, on one hand, and times and places, on the other, in Islam. It is divided into three sections: the first emphasizes the link between worships and times in Islam and the resulting implications; the second elaborates on the link between worships and places, and the implications of such link; while the third section highlights the wisdom behind such links. Chapter Two: this chapter, essentially, identifies the times, at which, prayer is prohibited and examines their jurisprudential implications. Three sections make up the division of this chapter, where section one highlights the times, during which, prayer is permitted. Section two classifies those times in terms of merit and reward. Section three, however, looks into the times, during which, prayer is prohibited and the consequential, jurisprudential implication. Chapter Three: sequentially, this chapter examines the places, where at, prayer is prohibited. It, also, is divided into three sections: the first takes to clarify the places, where at, prayer is prohibited due to residing filth; the second, furthermore, takes to point out the places, where at, prayer is prohibited due to a forbidden act that is performed there; lastly, the third section identifies the places, where at, prayer is prohibited due to reasons beyond the scope of filth and the performance of a forbidden act. In the attempt to arrive at the desired outcomes, the researcher has employed the descriptive method, while, at the same time, benefiting from the two methods of deduction and induction, being considered as the methods that are most suitable for this type of inquiry. In the conclusion, however, both results and recommendations are presented.