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Prayer Times Today

29 Safar, 1440

7 November, 2018

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Islamic Society of North America

Fajr 15.0 degrees, Isha 15.0 degrees

Juristic Method

Standard (Hanbali, Maliki, Shafi)

Latitude/Longitude

28.5106, -81.1976

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Quranic Verse of the Day Translated in English

O ye who believe! Let your slaves, and those of you who have not come to puberty, ask leave of you at three times (before they come into your presence): Before the prayer of dawn, and when ye lay aside your raiment for the heat of noon, and after the prayer of night. Three times of privacy for you. It is no sin for them or for you at other times, when some of you go round attendant upon others (if they come into your presence without leave). Thus Allah maketh clear the revelations for you. Allah is Knower, Wise. (24:58)

رَبَّنَا اصْرِفْ عَنَّا عَذَابَ جَهَنَّمَ ۖ إِنَّ عَذَابَهَا كَانَ غَرَامًا إِنَّهَا سَاءَتْ مُسْتَقَرًّا وَمُقَامًا

Our Lord! Avert from us the Wrath of Hell, for its Wrath is indeed an affliction grievous,- Evil indeed is it as an abode, and as a place to rest in.

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Gregorian Hijri

Fajr (Morning)

Salat (Prayer) Timing Fardh (Obligatory) Sunnah
Raka’as (Units) Before Fardh After Fardh
Fajr (Morning) Between the very beginning of dawn and sunrise 2 2 None

Note:   The above table contains only Fard and emphasized Sunnah (Sunnah Muakkadah) prayers.

Dhuhr (Noon)

Salat (Prayer) Timing Fardh (Obligatory) Sunnah
Raka’as (Units) Before Fardh After Fardh
Dhuhr (Noon) Between the declining of the sun & Asr (when the shadow of something is twice its own length) 4 4 2

Note:   The above table contains only Fard and emphasized Sunnah (Sunnah Muakkadah) prayers.

Asr (Late Afternoon)

Salat (Prayer) Timing Fardh (Obligatory) Sunnah
Raka’as (Units) Before Fardh After Fardh
Asr (Late Afternoon) Immediately after the last time limit of Dhuhr until (just before) the sunset 4 None None

Note:   The above table contains only Fard and emphasized Sunnah (Sunnah Muakkadah) prayers.

Maghrib (Evening)

Salat (Prayer) Timing Fardh (Obligatory) Sunnah
Raka’as (Units) Before Fardh After Fardh
Maghrib (Evening) Soon after the sunset until the disappearance of the twilight 3 None 2

Note:   The above table contains only Fard and emphasized Sunnah (Sunnah Muakkadah) prayers.

Isha (Night)

Salat (Prayer) Timing Fardh (Obligatory) Sunnah
Raka’as (Units) Before Fardh After Fardh
Isha (Night) After the disappearance of the twilight until midnight. 4 None 2
Note: There is also a very much emphasized prayer (Witr) after Isha

Note:   The above table contains only Fard, Witr and emphasized Sunnah (Sunnah Muakkadah) prayers.

Sunrise

Shurooq is the time of sunrise, the time when the upper limb of the sun just starts to appear above the horizon. This marks the end time for Fajr (morning) prayer.

Qiyam

The term Qiyam-ul-layl, in the most literal sense, means to stand during the night. It is a voluntary prayer which is offered between the time of Ishaa prayer and the Fajr prayer (before dawn). But the most preferred time is before sunrise, in the last third of the night.For more information, read our article on qiyam.

Calculation Method

Organization Angle of the sun under the horizon (Fajr) Angle of the sun under the horizon (Isha) Region
Muslim World League 18 degrees 17 degrees Europe, The Far East, Parts of the USA
Egyptian General Authority of Survey 19.5 degrees 17.5 degrees Africa, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Malaysia, Parts of the USA
University Of Islamic Sciences, Karachi 18 degrees 18 degrees Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan, Parts of Europe
Umm Al-Qura 18.5 Degrees (19 degrees before 1430 hijri) 90 minutes after the Sunset Prayer.
120 minutes (in Ramadan only)
The Arabian Peninsula
Islamic Society of North America 15 degrees 15 degrees Parts of the USA, Canada, Parts of the UK
Union des Organisations Islamiques de France 12 degrees 12 degrees France region
Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura 20 degrees 18 degrees Singapore region

The difference between Standard and Hanafi (Juristic Methods)

The only difference is in the Asr prayer. In the standard method (which is used by Imamas Shafii, Hanbali, and Maliki) the Asr prayer time starts when the shadow of an object is equivalent to its height, whereas in the Hanafi method the Asr prayer time starts when the shadow of an object is twice its height.

Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of setting the clocks forward one hour from standard time during the summer months, and back again in the fall, in order to make better use of natural strong daylight. IslamicFinder Website is adjusting daylight savings automatically according to your location.

Latitude and Longitude

To calculate the prayer times for a given location, we need to know the latitude and the longitude of your current city or town, along with the local timezone for that location. IslamicFinder is detecting longitude, latitude and timezone of your current city or town automatically. If you face any difference in prayer timings according to your current location then please confirm these latitude and longitude first. You can also use our ‘€˜Change Settings€™’ option to change latitude, longitude and timezone of your current location. You can find this option of ‘Change Settings’ from Top Search bar setting link on right side or from today prayer times card.

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MISSION STATEMENT

Prayer Timetable

Our mission is to bring to you a fully comprehensive prayer timetable that is simple, clear, precise and perfectly balanced. This balance is achieved through allocating the same amount of time to each prayer/combination prayer times in relation to the length of the day/night. We aim to teach you to work out in detail the prayer times, and how each fits in with the position and condition of the sun (see prayers page)

We are created to worship Allah so let’s get our primary art of worship right, at the right time, and the required quantity. (You can do more if you want but there is no obligation).  At the moment the Muslim world has moved from 5 daily prayers to 6. The sixth being Shirak/ishrak/sharook, which is commonly referred to as the beginning of day prayer (see timetable below). However, there are 7 daily prayer, Duha/Zuha/Chast, being the seventh. Duha is given the name chast/chasht in the Indian sub-continent.

THE 7PRAYERS.COM PRAYER TIMETABLE

The prayer timetable is put together in day and night tables separately so it’s easier to understand how it became common knowledge that Muslims pray 5 times a day because Fajr and Isha are not day time prayers.

Ideally pray each prayer in the independent prayer times given.

If you are praying in combination prayer times, pray both of the prayers.

Combined prayer times are for early/late praying due to work and commitments.

Jamaat times should be fixed at the independent prayer times and not at combined prayer times.

If you follow this timetable you should come to realise that the human body is set to this by nature.

This format of calculating the daily prayer times only applies to place where the sun sets and rises daily.

THE HISTORY OF 7PRAYERS.COM

We at 7prayers.com, through years of research on the subject of the Islamic prayer timetable, have come to the conclusion that they prayer timetable that the Muslim world is following has been tampered with. So it is now incorrect from a variety of angles, found under the compare heading.

This prayer timetable is considered correct from various angles such as:

Fair – each prayer requires the same amount of rakaats (see step 9&10 of guide).

Simple – you can see when each prayer time starts and ends. Also with an allowance for early or late praying.

Balanced – each prayer is allowed the same amount of time.

Comprehensive – All 7 daily prayers are accounted for.

This is the timetable from Masjid Nabvi, Madina, Saudi Arabia. Masjid Nabvi and Masjid Al-Haram (Mecca) are both under Saudi government so should both have the same prayer timetable format.

The prayer time for Shirak (6th daily prayer) is given as fixed 15 minutes after sunrise. This is correct for the shortest days of the year but not for the longest. Prayer times are variable due to the length of day/night.

This is the timetable from Masjid Al Aqsa, Jerusalem, Palestine,, masjid. Al Aqsa was Qibla (direction to face for praying). at one time.

The prayer time for Shirak/6th daily prayer is given at sunrise. This time would be ok for the combination of Fajr and Shirak time but not for Shirak independently as it indicates.

The purpose of the two timetables above:

  • To give evidence to the stated fact that Muslims have moved from 5 prayers to 6 daily.
  • To highlight that the Muslim leaders are guessing and not properly calculating the prayer times so the remainder of the muslim world follows suit, not knowing clearly where they stand.

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To download the prayer schedule for November 2018, click the button below.

Weekly iqama times:

Oct 27–Nov 2 6:20am 12:00pm 2:30pm 5 min after adhan 7:00pm
Nov 3–Nov 9 6:25am 12:00pm 2:30pm 5 min after adhan (today: 5:41pm) 7:00pm
Nov 10–Nov 16 5:35am 12:00pm 2:30pm 5 min after adhan 7:00pm
Nov 17–Nov 23 5:40am 12:00pm 2:30pm 5 min after adhan 7:00pm
Nov 24–Nov 30 5:50am 12:00pm 2:30pm 5 min after adhan 7:00pm

Daily prayer times:

Thu, Nov 1 6:00am 6:20am 12:28pm 12:00pm 3:14pm 2:30pm 5:38pm 5:43pm 6:57pm 7:00pm
Fri, Nov 2 6:01am 6:20am 12:28pm 12:00pm 3:13pm 2:30pm 5:37pm 5:42pm 6:56pm 7:00pm
Sat, Nov 3 6:02am 6:25am 12:28pm 12:00pm 3:12pm 2:30pm 5:36pm 5:41pm 6:54pm 7:00pm
Sun, Nov 4 5:04am 5:25am 11:28am 12:00pm 2:11pm 2:30pm 4:35pm 4:40pm 5:53pm 7:00pm
Mon, Nov 5 5:05am 5:25am 11:28am 12:00pm 2:10pm 2:30pm 4:33pm 4:38pm 5:52pm 7:00pm
Tue, Nov 6 5:06am 5:25am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:09pm 2:30pm 4:32pm 4:37pm 5:51pm 7:00pm
Wed, Nov 7 5:07am 5:25am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:08pm 2:30pm 4:31pm 4:36pm 5:50pm 7:00pm
Thu, Nov 8 5:08am 5:25am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:07pm 2:30pm 4:30pm 4:35pm 5:49pm 7:00pm
Fri, Nov 9 5:09am 5:25am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:06pm 2:30pm 4:29pm 4:34pm 5:48pm 7:00pm
Sat, Nov 10 5:10am 5:35am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:05pm 2:30pm 4:28pm 4:33pm 5:48pm 7:00pm
Sun, Nov 11 5:11am 5:35am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:05pm 2:30pm 4:27pm 4:32pm 5:47pm 7:00pm
Mon, Nov 12 5:11am 5:35am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:05pm 2:30pm 4:27pm 4:32pm 5:47pm 7:00pm
Tue, Nov 13 5:12am 5:35am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:04pm 2:30pm 4:26pm 4:31pm 5:46pm 7:00pm
Wed, Nov 14 5:14am 5:35am 11:29am 12:00pm 2:02pm 2:30pm 4:24pm 4:29pm 5:44pm 7:00pm
Thu, Nov 15 5:16am 5:35am 11:30am 12:00pm 2:02pm 2:30pm 4:23pm 4:28pm 5:44pm 7:00pm
Fri, Nov 16 5:17am 5:35am 11:30am 12:00pm 2:01pm 2:30pm 4:22pm 4:27pm 5:43pm 7:00pm
Sat, Nov 17 5:18am 5:40am 11:30am 12:00pm 2:00pm 2:30pm 4:21pm 4:26pm 5:42pm 7:00pm
Sun, Nov 18 5:19am 5:40am 11:30am 12:00pm 2:00pm 2:30pm 4:20pm 4:25pm 5:41pm 7:00pm
Mon, Nov 19 5:20am 5:40am 11:30am 12:00pm 1:59pm 2:30pm 4:20pm 4:25pm 5:41pm 7:00pm
Tue, Nov 20 5:21am 5:40am 11:31am 12:00pm 1:58pm 2:30pm 4:19pm 4:24pm 5:40pm 7:00pm
Wed, Nov 21 5:22am 5:40am 11:31am 12:00pm 1:58pm 2:30pm 4:18pm 4:23pm 5:40pm 7:00pm
Thu, Nov 22 5:23am 5:40am 11:31am 12:00pm 1:57pm 2:30pm 4:18pm 4:23pm 5:39pm 7:00pm
Fri, Nov 23 5:24am 5:40am 11:31am 12:00pm 1:57pm 2:30pm 4:17pm 4:22pm 5:39pm 7:00pm
Sat, Nov 24 5:25am 5:50am 11:32am 12:00pm 1:57pm 2:30pm 4:16pm 4:21pm 5:38pm 7:00pm
Sun, Nov 25 5:26am 5:50am 11:32am 12:00pm 1:56pm 2:30pm 4:16pm 4:21pm 5:38pm 7:00pm
Mon, Nov 26 5:27am 5:50am 11:32am 12:00pm 1:56pm 2:30pm 4:15pm 4:20pm 5:38pm 7:00pm
Tue, Nov 27 5:27am 5:50am 11:32am 12:00pm 1:56pm 2:30pm 4:15pm 4:20pm 5:38pm 7:00pm
Wed, Nov 28 5:28am 5:50am 11:33am 12:00pm 1:55pm 2:30pm 4:15pm 4:20pm 5:37pm 7:00pm
Thu, Nov 29 5:30am 5:50am 11:33am 12:00pm 1:55pm 2:30pm 4:14pm 4:19pm 5:37pm 7:00pm
Fri, Nov 30 5:31am 5:50am 11:34am 12:00pm 1:55pm 2:30pm 4:14pm 4:19pm 5:37pm 7:00pm

The Jumuah Khutbah (Friday Sermon, which is followed by the Friday Prayer) begins at 1pm every week.

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