Al-Ajami explained, saying: Praying at home is valid but it is lacking in reward for congregational prayer, or praying in the mosque and this matter is known.
Ruling on a man praying at home if he is unable to go to the mosque
He answered, saying: It is permissible for the questioner to pray at home and his prayers are acceptable, but he must try to pray some times in the mosque in order to have a share of the congregational prayer, so that he does not migrate to the mosque, so going to the mosque has a glow in the heart, face and mind.
Ruling on a man praying with his family at home over her time
The Secretary of the Fatwa Committee explained that whoever prays in congregation in his home with his children or others has got for him and for those who prayed with him the reward for congregational prayer, and if they had left a year, they passed away the merit of praying in the mosque and performed steps to it and other things that result from the presence of the congregation in the mosque.
He pointed out that it is better for the aforementioned man to seek to perform congregational prayers in the mosque and urge his children to do so and encourage them to do so due to the rewards that result from going to the mosque, indicating what may result from hearing the lessons and useful preaching that might happen in the mosque.
Is it permissible to pray in congregation at home if I hear the imam
Dr. Mahmoud Shalaby, Director of the Fatwa Department of the Fatwa Department, explained the ruling for a woman to follow the imam in congregational prayer if she hears it through the loudspeaker, stressing that it is permissible only under two conditions.
He added «Shalaby» via a video broadcast by the House of Fatwa on YouTube in response to a question: Is it permissible to pray in congregation at home if I hear the imam? It is permissible if she sees the same group, in addition to being listening to the imam without the need for a loudspeaker.
A woman’s prayer in her home to the imam’s voice
Sheikh Ahmed Mamdouh, Secretary of the Fatwa at the Egyptian Fatwa House, said that a woman’s prayer in her house is imitated by the imam’s voice in an acceptable way provided that the house is adjacent to the mosque, and there is no break and you can follow the imam and his voice is high and is counted as a group for women.
In his answer to the question, “Mamoudouh added 10 meters between me and the mosque, so should I pray Friday praying in congregation in the mosque while I am at home?”, It is permissible for a woman to pray in her home on the voice of the imam of the mosque compared to praying in the Sacred Mosque, because prayer in it extends rows to Long distances.
He added that it is not permissible for a woman to pray in her home according to the voice of the mosque’s imam, if the house is far from the mosque so that the woman cannot follow the prayer accurately, explaining that the woman’s prayer behind radio or television is not permissible.
Ruling on a man praying in congregation with his wife
In his answer to a question, the Synod added: “A man’s prayer with his wife in congregation at home?” There is no doubt that the man’s pursuit of mosques and attending prayer there are one of the best and greatest closeness to God, and he hopes that God will raise the ranks of the servant and reduce his sins.
He continued: The prayer of the congregation gets rewarded to the man if he prays an imam with one or his wife, so he is less than two and more and prays behind him, referring to the saying of Ibn Qudamah in his book “Al-Mughni”: “The congregation is held with two onwards, we do not know in it a dispute, and Abu Musa narrated that the Prophet – prayed God, peace and blessings be upon him, said: “The two of them and above them are a group.” Narrated by Ibn Majah.
The Islamic Research Academy suggested that a man’s prayer with his wife in congregation at home is permissible. If a man’s mother is his wife, then he realized the virtue of the congregation. A prayer after the congregational prayer, and the Islamic Research Council stated that, while it was reported from the righteous predecessors, there were seven words that the Messenger of God – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – used to pray to his Lord and repeat it after the congregational prayer.
He explained that the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, urged the congregational prayer in the mosque in the first rows, and the companions were keen to abide by his orders, and some of them were keen on his closeness to the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, to say.
He continued: It was reported on the Companions that he was the Messenger of God – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him – calling his Lord after the prayer of the congregational prayer, echoing seven words: “Bring up your canine, your torment the day you send, or gather, your worshipers.” He cited as mentioned in Sahih Muslim, al-Bara ‘may Allah be pleased with him Almighty said: If we prayed behind the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, we like to be on his right hand, we accept his face, he said: I heard him say: «Lord Amabk pass , Or gather, your worshipers.