MOHAMMAD SKATI


THE DAWN'S PRAYER (صلاة الفجر)


There is a great prayer, In the morning and Before the sun rises, Is called the Dawn's Prayer, Someone gets up to perform This pretty prayer, First one has to do ablution, then He or she starts gladly This light prayer, Everybody is in bed Except those who perform this prayer, This prayer is done By the performer willingly, It is called Sallatu Al-Fajir, Those who perform this prayer Feel comfortable and relaxed Every morning one time, I do this prayer and millions Like me do this prayer gladly and willingly, so God's willing, I will do tomorrow's morning prayer At the exact time, Due to differences in time, Everyone says the Dawn's Prayer According to the country's time. هناك صلاة عظيمة, في الصباح و قبل ان تشرق الشمس, تدعى صلاة الفجر يستيقظ المصلي للقيام بهذه الصلاة الرائعة و اول شيء يفعله هو الوضوء و من ثم يؤدي المصلي او المصلية بسرور هذه الصلاة الخفيفة كل الناس نيام ماعدا اؤلئك المصلين الذين يؤدون هذه الصلاة يؤدي المصلي هذه الصلاة بكل طواعية منه اتها تسمى صلاة الفجر فالذين يؤدون هذه الصلاة يشعرون بالراحة و الاطمئنان مرة واحدة كل صباح, اصلي صلاة الفجر هذه و ملايين مثلي يؤدونها بسرور و طواعية ولذلك ان شاء الله, سأصلي صلاة الفجر ليوم غد في الوقت المناسب, و بسبب الفروق في الوقت فأن كل مصلي يقوم بأداء صلاة الفجر وفقا لتوقيت البد الذي يعيش فيه.

Submitted: Saturday, February 22, 2014

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