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Nope.. ill people have no exemption from not praying.
Yes they do. Note when I am saying ill what I mean is “sick” and I’m not just talking about if somebody has a common cold, or just a sniffle but I mean if somebody is affected by an illness that makes them unable to pray, because health always comes first.There are cases where a person may physically be unable to pray Namaz traditionally and therefore they can pray it whilst laying down or sitting, but if they are too sick to even do that, then yes, they are exempt from praying because of their health.
i might not get clear enough what u mean by "if they are too sick".But let me provide u with some paragraphs fromwww.al-feqh.com/.../salat-of-those-with-excuses-recognized-by-the-shariaThe sick person is not excused from Salat as long as his senses remain in tact. Thus it is not proper for the sick person to take Salat lightly on account of his sickness.If the sick person was unconscious for some days and later becomes conscious, s/he is to observes Salat when s/he regains his/her consciousness, according to his/her ability. S/He is not to re-offer the Salat missed during his/her unconsciousness. However, if his/her unconsciousness is mild, a day or two for instance, s/he is to re-offer the missed prayers whenever that (paying the prayers back) becomes possible for him/her.
Yeah that website is basically saying what I’m trying to say, it puts it in better words though lol.If a sick person is able to pray sitting or laying then they are obligated to pray either sitting or laying, however they are able to.But if say someone is so sick they cannot even do that due to excessive vomiting or in some other condition that results in them being unable to pray even sitting or laying then yes, they are exempt from prayer as a result of their health.
@SpiderManFan2002the website never said anything about vomiting.it said about being unconscious.Usually people vomit while being concious.Just as the website said, as long as conciousness is still intact, a Muslim must perform a prayer.
I never said the website ever said anything about vomiting, I was just giving an example.But let’s say someone starts continually vomiting at the time of prayer, then though they are conscious chances are they will not be able to pray because they’re vomiting- so if they miss the prayer due to that illness then that’s okay, because of their health.But the website did state that it is compulsory for a sick person to preform salat “according to his capabilities” and that aligns with what I previously said that if a person is able to preform prayer sitting or laying then they should because that is within their capabilities.But sometimes people get so sick, that they are unable to even do that, even if they are conscious. The website stated: “The sick person is not excused from Salat as long as his senses remain in tact. Thus it is not proper for the sick person to take Salat lightly on account of his sickness. He should try as much as possible to observe his Salat.”So the person should try as much as they can to observe their salat, but it’s also possible for one to be conscious but due to a certain condition they are in, they may find themselves unable to pray and if they are unable to pray even sitting or laying as a result of their health, then yes, they would be exempt.But let’s say they are sick, but can still pray in any way, whether it be traditionally, sitting, or laying then no, they are not exempt from praying as they are still able to pray.But sick people who are completely unable as a result of their illness, conscious or unconscious are exempt from prayer.
@SpiderManFan2002i don't think what u have said is wrong,but to me the word 'exempt' is not the best word to use in this matter.i get it what u are trying to say.But some other people might misunderstood.So by referring to this (again from the same website) :[However, if his unconsciousness is mild, a day or two for instance, he is to re-offer the missed prayers whenever that (paying the prayers back) becomes possible for him.]So there's no such thing as exemption as the person still need to re-offer the missed prayers after the condition has gotten better.The only exemption for a Muslim to not pray is after death.Hope this clarify the matter.
MrOracle - then if God did not make your penis , food , cattle , the moon and stars and everything around U then who R what did? read your bible and find out the answer for yourself ! thanks
U R not smart enuff to B lieve N God
your praying is a waste of others ears too
@MissDawn7961 i don't think people typically pray while being listened to XD