What’s after Maghrib prayer?

Explore the Islamic practice of prayers after Maghrib and before Isha, its significance and whether you can go out post-Maghrib. Learn the Shia and Sunni perspectives.

What’s after Maghrib prayer?

Shia doctrine permits the mid-day and afternoon and evening and night prayers to be prayed in succession, i.e. Zuhr can be followed by Asr once the mid-day prayer has been recited and sufficient time has passed, and Maghrib can be followed by Isha’a once the evening prayer has been recited and sufficient time has …

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What is the prayer after Maghrib and before Isha?

Among the imams there was Sufyaan al-Thawri. End quote. Based on this, it is mustahabb to pray between Maghrib and ‘Isha, without specifying a set number of rak’ahs. And Allaah knows best.

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What happens between Maghrib and Isha?

With regard to the time between Maghrib and ‘Isha’, this is the time for the evening adhkar according to some scholars, as stated above. Others said that it is mustahab to offer nafil (voluntary) acts of worship in general at this time, as was stated by Qatadah and ‘Ikrimah.

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Is Isha an hour after Maghrib?

The time for Maghrib lasts from sunset until the disappearance of the red afterglow, which may sometimes be one and a half hours between Maghrib and ‘Isha’, or sometimes it may be one hour and twenty minutes, or one hour and seventeen minutes; it varies.

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Can you go out after Maghrib?

In the Sunni hadith books, especiallly Bukhari and Muslim, it is mentioned that children should not go out at/after maghrib for fear of shayateen. Among some Sunnis, it is customary to discourage women or children in particular from going out then or at night.

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