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Islamic Prayer Times in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Calculation Method: Umm Al-Qura, Makkah, Juristic settings: Shafii
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5:42 am
7:00 am
12:37 pm
The upcoming prayer is Asr: 03:51
3:50 pm
6:15 pm
7:45 pm

Namaz timetable for Jeddah

If you want to perform prayers at the right time, this page will help you with that. You will find out when it is the appropriate Salah time in Jeddah , Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (21.54238, 39.19797) while on the go. The exact times are calculated basing in the position of the Sun in the sky. You can easily change your location using the search bar above.

015:42 am7:01 am12:37 pm3:49 pm6:13 pm7:43 pm
025:42 am7:01 am12:37 pm3:50 pm6:13 pm7:43 pm
035:42 am7:00 am12:37 pm3:50 pm6:14 pm7:44 pm
045:42 am7:00 am12:37 pm3:50 pm6:15 pm7:45 pm
055:41 am6:59 am12:37 pm3:51 pm6:15 pm7:45 pm
065:41 am6:59 am12:37 pm3:51 pm6:16 pm7:46 pm
075:41 am6:59 am12:37 pm3:52 pm6:16 pm7:46 pm
085:40 am6:58 am12:37 pm3:52 pm6:17 pm7:47 pm
095:40 am6:58 am12:37 pm3:52 pm6:17 pm7:47 pm
105:39 am6:57 am12:37 pm3:53 pm6:18 pm7:48 pm
115:39 am6:57 am12:37 pm3:53 pm6:19 pm7:49 pm
125:39 am6:56 am12:37 pm3:54 pm6:19 pm7:49 pm
135:38 am6:55 am12:37 pm3:54 pm6:20 pm7:50 pm
145:38 am6:55 am12:37 pm3:54 pm6:20 pm7:50 pm
155:37 am6:54 am12:37 pm3:54 pm6:21 pm7:51 pm
165:37 am6:54 am12:37 pm3:55 pm6:21 pm7:51 pm
175:36 am6:53 am12:37 pm3:55 pm6:22 pm7:52 pm
185:35 am6:52 am12:37 pm3:55 pm6:22 pm7:52 pm
195:35 am6:52 am12:37 pm3:55 pm6:23 pm7:53 pm
205:34 am6:51 am12:37 pm3:56 pm6:23 pm7:53 pm
215:34 am6:50 am12:37 pm3:56 pm6:24 pm7:54 pm
225:33 am6:50 am12:37 pm3:56 pm6:24 pm7:54 pm
235:32 am6:49 am12:37 pm3:56 pm6:25 pm7:55 pm
245:32 am6:48 am12:36 pm3:56 pm6:25 pm7:55 pm
255:31 am6:47 am12:36 pm3:56 pm6:26 pm7:56 pm
265:30 am6:47 am12:36 pm3:57 pm6:26 pm7:56 pm
275:30 am6:46 am12:36 pm3:57 pm6:26 pm7:56 pm
285:29 am6:45 am12:36 pm3:57 pm6:27 pm7:57 pm

Abiding by the official praying times is an essential practice in Islam. Each Muslim has to pray five times a day – namely the Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. These times have to be respected by each Islam follower, as it represents one’s devotion to God and the Islam faith.

This is precisely why each Islam follower mustn’t neglect these official times. We’ve compiled the official schedule below as a guide for your prayer times in Jeddah. Expressly, the times are calculated depending on the sun’s position in the sky.

Prayer determines the rhythm of the day

From a young age, Muslim children are encouraged and guided to perform the daily prayer five times a day. That’s because this provides Muslims with a pattern for their day. That is not all, though; of course, prayer represents an ancient, essential Muslim ritual that is representative of the Islam faith. It goes back to over 1400 years, with millions of people engaging in the ritual five times each day.

Therefore, its spiritual meaning shouldn’t be neglected. But the significance of the Muslim prayer ritual goes beyond spirituality. That is to say, Muslims from all over the
world are connected through prayer, regardless of their place of residence. This reminds them that they are not alone in serving God.

Prayer is a sign of obedience

It’s worth noting the motivation that lies at the core of Islam prayer. Essentially, prayers aren’t uttered just for the sake of being uttered. Prayer has the purpose of uniting the mind, body, and soul. This is why, whenever you recite the Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib or Isha, you have to follow a series of movements, as well. These movements are connected with the core of the prayer.

Before engaging in the holy act of prayer, one should take the time to clear one’s mind and soul. Essentially, you should leave aside your worries, so that you can focus entirely on God and on the actual words of the prayer.

On a final note, if you want to embrace a peaceful, calm lifestyle, prayer mustn’t be overlooked. Through these prayers, you can aim at improving yourself as an individual. As a Muslim, it is your responsibility not to allow negligence to prevent you from praying, as this is one of the few things that can grant you the internal satisfaction you yearn for.

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