Batas Waktu Mengqasar Salat bagi Musafir Menurut Ulama Empat Mazhab

The Time Limit of Qasar Prayer for Travelers According to the Four School of Ulama

  • Rachmat bin Badani Tempo Sekolah Tinggi Islam dan Bahasa Arab (STIBA) Makassar
  • Nuraeni Novira Sekolah Tinggi Islam dan Bahasa Arab (STIBA) Makassar
  • Auliya Ulhaq Sekolah Tinggi Islam dan Bahasa Arab (STIBA) Makassar
Keywords: Time, Qasar, Salat, Ulama, Mazhab

Abstract

The purpose of this research; 1) to find out the opinions of four mazhab scholars on the issue of the time limit for a traveler to be able to make up his prayers, the background of the differences and the opinion that is rajih. This research uses qualitative research through library research. Methods of normative theological approach and comparative approach. Research results; First, the Hanafi Mazhab: a traveler can make up his prayers for 15 days. Maliki and Shafi'i Mazhab; A traveler may make up his prayers for 4 days other than the day he arrives and leaves. Hanbali Mazhab: a traveler may make up his prayer for 4 days or 20 times of obligatory prayer, including the day of arrival and departure. The rajih views are the Shafi'i and Maliki Mazhab; Second, differences of opinion occur because this issue includes issues that are not explicitly discussed in the Shari'a ('amrun maskuutun 'anhu fi al-syar'i) so that each opinion is only guided by the conditions and actions quoted from the Prophet. The reason is because this issue is a problem that is not explicitly discussed in the Shari'a ('amrun maskuutun 'anhu fi al-syar'i). This triggers a difference of opinion regarding the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad. about traveling; Third, the opinion that is rajih in this matter is the opinion of the Shafi'i Mazhab and the Maliki Mazhab.

 

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Rachmat bin Badani Tempo, Nuraeni Novira, & Auliya Ulhaq. (2021). Batas Waktu Mengqasar Salat bagi Musafir Menurut Ulama Empat Mazhab. BUSTANUL FUQAHA: Jurnal Bidang Hukum Islam , 2(3), 500-508. https://doi.org/10.36701/bustanul.v2i3.407