Algerians perform rain prayer – Algerian Dialogue


Today, Saturday, Algerians held the rain prayer, starting at nine in the morning, across the entire territory of the Republic.
As stated in the statement of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, “Given the lack of rain in most parts of our beloved homeland” and “in accordance with the Sunnah of the Chosen One, peace and blessings of God be upon him, when he complained of drought in his time, as in the hadith,” “You complained of the barrenness of your homes and the delay of rain from you during his time, and God has commanded you to “You call upon him and he promised that he will respond to you.” “The Ministry of Religious Affairs and Endowments invites citizens to attend the rain prayer in all the mosques of the Republic, which is scheduled to be held on Saturday, Shawwal 9, 1444 AH,” corresponding to April 29, 2023, starting at nine o’clock in the morning, 09:00.
It also calls for practicing good manners, such as repentance, seeking forgiveness, redressing grievances, maintaining family ties, and giving alms to the poor and needy. And supplicate to God to give us rain that is bitter, horrific, beneficial, and not harmful, sooner rather than later. God Almighty said: “And it is He who sends down destruction after they have despaired and spreads His mercy, and He is the Guardian, the Praiseworthy.” Al-Shura (28).
Prayer is a confirmed Sunnah when the rain stops. Ibn Qudamah said, “Prayer for rain is a confirmed Sunnah established by the Sunnah of the Messenger of God and his successors.”
The scholars unanimously agreed that going out for rain when the water in the sky is retained and the drought persists is a good practice that was enacted by the Messenger of God. There is no disagreement among Muslim scholars about this.
Prayer is performed by the imam leading the people in prayer with two rak’ahs at a time when there is no water (drought) and it is not a time when it is disliked.
In the first, he recites Al-Fatiha out loud, and glorify the name of your Most High Lord, and in the second, he recites Al-Ghashiya.
The prayer is exactly like the Eid prayer, in which the takbir is recited seven times in the first rak’ah, and five times in the second.
Then he addresses the people, and when he finishes the sermon, he recommends that the preacher change his robe and all the worshipers change their robes. This is done by placing what is on their right hand on their left hand, facing the Qiblah, and calling upon God while raising the hands in supplication, exaggerating in this.

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