Benefit: Supererogatory Prayers Done After Ṣalāt al-ʿAsr and Taḥiyāt al-Masjid
In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
A discussion before one of the ʿAqīdah classes in regards to the supererogatory prayers done after ṣalātul-‘ʿasr. Are they to be established? Or does one refrain from doing them due to the explicit prohibition? Also, a discussion on whether or not tahiyaatul-masjid, the two units of prayer done when entering into a masjid before sitting, is wājib, or something mustahabb, (recommended).
From the audio set of the ʿAqīdah Course '07
Tags: Ṣalāh, Mūsá Richardson