please help plz (i.i), what are the names of the 5 daily prayers and what do they say?, thanks :*)
This is similar (though not identical) to the times of prayer for Jews, except that our days start in the evening.
Ma'ariv - beginning of the night, as soon as it gets dark, and preferably said with a quorum ("minyan") of 10. The word means "evening," just like al-Maghrib.
Al Ha-Mittah - said privately at bedtime.
Tikkun Chatzot - begins after midnight. This time of prayer, which mourns the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, is not universally observed, but is practiced in some chassidic and Sefardi communities.
Birkat HaShachar - blessings of the dawn, said upon arising in the morning, is sometimes combined with...
Shacharit - said at or soon after sunrise, preferably with a minyan.
Minchah - mid- or late afternoon, with a minyan when possible.
Note that because a) not everyone says Chatzot, and b) the two morning prayers can be combined into one, therefore there can be anywhere from four to six times for prayer daily. I think that for most observant Jews, it works out to five.
Stevie, do the contents of the Islamic prayers at different times differ from one another, or do you say the same prayers no matter what time it is?
There's a list.Note(Timing depends on countries and cities)
1st prayer= Al-Fagar.(Early morning prayer.Muslims pray it around 4:50am )
2nd prayer= Al-Dohar(Muslims pray it when sun is in the middle of sky.around 12:18pm)
3rd prayer= Al-Asar(Means afternoon prayer,around 3:43pm)
4th prayer= Al-Maghrib(Means evening prayer,around 6:23pm)
5th prayer= Al-Isha(Means night time prayer,Muslim people used to sleep early in past and some do it even now,around 7:53pm)
Hope this helps. :)
Fajr, Zuhr, Asr, Mughrib, Isha ...im not sure what they mean tho?