THERE IS NO SALAT AL-DHUHR/ AZ-ZUHR / NOON PRAYER

THREE PRIVATE TIMES FOR BELIEVERS VERSE 24:58

24:58 O you who believe, let those among you who are your servants [male or female], and those who have not attained puberty, request your permission regarding three times:

1- Before the Salat Fajir, and
2- When you put off your garments from the noon time, and 
3- After the Salat Isha.

These are three private times for you. Other than these times, it is not wrong for you or them to intermingle with one another. God thus clarifies the revelations for you. And God is Knowledgeable, Wise.
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The verse 24:58 is referring to the Believers at the time of Prophet Muhammad. Believers were required to attend the Salat held by Prophet Muhammad at the time of Isha and Fajir (17:78, 11:114).

WHEN YOU PUT OFF YOUR GARMENTS FROM THE NOON TIME

Putting of your garments from the noon time is not an extra salat but it is referring to the private and relaxing time at noon for the believers at the time of Prophet Muhammad who were living in warm region like Arabia.

God knew that people in these warm areas take off their clothes at the time of noon to take rest and sleep.

Now the question is how will we apply this verse to the believers living in the cold countries today who don’t take off their clothes due to warm weather?

Also how will we apply this verse to the believers who don’t have Ma Malakat Aimanukum (Male or Female servants) working for them Today?

CONCLUSION

There is no SALAT AL-DHUHR/ AZ-ZUHR /NOOR PRAYER IN THE QURAN.

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