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Offline Tausif Ahmed

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Dhuhr Prayer, Ashiyyan & 24:58
« on: August 20, 2020, 01:16:07 PM »
Salamu Alikum -  Peace Be Upon You

Dear Brother Joseph,

You have stated in your article "THE FIVE PRAYERS FROM THE QURAN" that Dhuhr prayer is referenced in 30:18 & you made the wording used 30:17 as the basis for your claim.

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Entering upon the evening is clearly a reference to the Isha prayer (prayer at night) and entering the morning prayer (Arabic - Tubsihuna) is a reference to Fajr prayers (dawn). These have been clearly indicated elsewhere in the Quran as times to ‘establish prayer’ (as in Maghrib - 11.114 and Fajr 24:58). The Arabic term 'Ashiyyan' in verse 30.18 is also mentioned as a time for prayer in verse 24:58. Therefore by virtue of 30:18 and the context given by 30:17, we note the reference of Noonday prayers (i.e. Dhuhr)

I could not find the arabic term 'Ashiyyan' in 24:58..... (sorry I can only read Arabic)

Can you also give some references to other verses where 'Tubsihuna' is referrance to Fajr prayer.

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Re: Dhuhr Prayer, Ashiyyan & 24:58
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2020, 01:18:59 PM »
Sorry I realized that you have given reference of 'Tubsihuna' in 11:114 & 24:58 ... I thought you meant exact wording/phrase in other verses.
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Re: Dhuhr Prayer, Ashiyyan & 24:58
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2020, 08:18:53 PM »
These verses came up in a discussion here:
http://quransmessage.com/forum/index.php?topic=477.0

As you probably already know it is assumed by the author that sbh, hmd, and salat are equivalent in these contexts.