Is it OK to pray Maghrib and Isha together?

Explore the Islamic teachings and perspectives regarding the combination of necessary prayers such as Maghrib and Isha, with insights from different sects of Islam including Sunni and Shia.

Is it OK to pray Maghrib and Isha together?

In one of the established jurisprudential rules it is stated: “Hardship brings ease.” Hence, according to the Shari’ah it is valid to combine two Salahs at the time of one of them in order to remove hardship, given that there is time for each of them.

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Is combining prayers allowed in Islam?

It is permissible to combine daytime prayers Zuhr and ‘Asr together and nighttime prayers Maghrib and ‘Isha’ together when the necessity arises. It should be noted that the Hanbali madhhab is the most easy-going madhhab concerning excuses that make it permissible to combine prayers together while not being on travel.

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Can Hanafi pray Maghrib and Isha together?

And upon this principle our companions said, indeed it is not permitted to combine two Fard (obligatory) prayers in the time of one of them, except in Arafah and al-Muzdalifah. So he combines Dhuhr and Asr in the time of Dhuhr in Arafat, and Maghrib and Isha in the time of Isha in al-Muzdalifah.

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Why do Shia pray Maghrib and Isha together?

The reason that Shias combine the prayers is based on the practice of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) which is present in the Sunni books as well. We read in Sahih Bukhari: Narrated Ibn `Abbas: The Prophet (ﷺ) prayed seven rak`at together and eight rak`at together.

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What are the forbidden prayer times for Shia?

Summary of answer Forbidden prayer times are: 1- From dawn until the sun has risen to the height of a spear; 2- When it is directly overhead at noon until it has passed its zenith; and 3- From ‘Asr prayer until the sun has set completely.

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Can Sunnis and Shias pray together?

Sunni and Shia Muslims have lived peacefully together for centuries. In many countries it has become common for members of the two sects to intermarry and pray at the same mosques.

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