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May Allah’s Peace and Mercy be upon you.

I’ve been enduring with a problem in my Fajr prayers. Since my house is not that big, we share rooms with my family. The problem is that I cannot raise my voice when I am praying the Fajr prayer. If I will, the whole house will wake up and wonder what the heck is happening.

I am asking for some tips and suggestions from the geniuses of Islam who take their time and answers questions like this on this website.

Thank you very much, May Allah be Please with you.

asked 5710 Anakata's gravatar image

and upon you the peace and the mercy of Allah and his blessings,

raising the voice while reading Quran in salah el fajr is not a must, but it is just preferred than reading in secret. so no problem with reading/reciting in your secret and may Allah help you upon His remembrance and being-thankful to him and (upon)the best way of worshipping Him.. and then may He accept from you. and salaamou alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatouh(peace upon you and the mercy of Allah and His blessings)

answered 387116 inclined2truth's gravatar image

Thank you very much for your answer.

So I can just recute the Surahs inside.

May Allah be Pleased with you.

(Oct 29 '13 at 22:01) Anakata Anakata's gravatar image

Yes exactly! and may Allah be pleased with you too and pleases you.

(Oct 29 '13 at 22:09) inclined2truth inclined2truth's gravatar image

Isn't it asalaamu alaykum rahmatullahi ta3ala wa barakatouh? salaam

(Oct 30 '13 at 01:37) sadie ♦ sadie's gravatar image

wa alaikum el salaam sister Sadie, "ta3ala" = in his highness (high above any defect or any equal...etc.)

you can add "ta3ala" when you mention Allah or without it is also okay. so you can say "Assalaamou(the peace) 3ala-ikoum(upon you) wa(and) ra7mat-oullahi(mercy of Allah) wa(and) barakatou-h(his blessings)".. or you can add ta3ala after mentioning Allah as you said; "Assalaamou alaikum wa ra7matoullahi ta3ala wa barakatouh"

(Oct 30 '13 at 19:20) inclined2truth inclined2truth's gravatar image
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