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The Eclipse Salah will commence as soon as the eclipse will become apparent. In London Partial Eclipse begins at am. Allah has not created all this but for a rightful purpose. He elaborates the signs for a people who understand. Do not prostrate yourselves to the sun, or to the moon. And prostrate yourselves to Allah who has created them, if it is Him whom you worship. He told them that the eclipse was one of the signs of Allah, with which Allah makes His slaves afraid, and that it may be the cause of punishment coming upon the people.
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To perform this Salah with congregation is Afdhal better. Even in small villages where Eidain Salah and Jumuah Salah are not performed, this Salah should be performed individually. Women may also perform this Salah. As with all Salah it is better for them to perform this Salah individually in their homes 5. There is no Azan or Iqaamat for this Salah.
According to the most correct opinion there is no sermon after the solar eclipse Salah. In the Salah of solar eclipse the recitation can be loud or silent. Imam Abu Hanifa RA is of the opinion that the recitation should be silent.
Imam Abu Yusuf RA is of the opinion that the recitation should be loud. There are two differing opinions of Imam Muhammad RA; one is of loud recitation and the other is of silent. It is better if the recitation in the eclipse Salah is lengthy. The Ruku and Sujood in the eclipse Salah should also be lengthened. After the completion of Salah remain engaged in Dua until the sun becomes clear. It is permissible to either lengthen the Salah shortening the dua, or to lengthen the dua and shorten the Salah.
Lengthening one and shortening the other so that the whole time of eclipse is covered by Salah and Dua is Masnoon. To perform more than four is also permissible. It is better to perform the eclipse Salah in the Jamia Masjid main Masjid of the locality or at the place designated for Eid Salah is better, although it may be performed elsewhere. It would be permissible for people to gather and make Dua instead of performing Salah, although the performance of Salah is much better.
The Imam must not climb on the mimbar for the purpose of Dua. The Imam may engage in dua facing the Qibla or stand up facing the congregation.