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Rule of the Worships Practiced before Becoming a Shii

Q: I was born and grew up in a place with a majority of our Sunni’ brothers. Two years ago, praise be to God, Allah Has blessed me with the embracement of the Shi‘ah school of thought. Since I was 15 years old, I was and still offering my prayers regularly but according to the method we learned in our locality starting from wudu’ until the last steps of the prayer. Should I repeat all my prayers in the last 12 years? Or what should I do?

A: All prayers, fasts and hajj you practiced according to your previous school of thought prior to embracing that of Shi‘ah are valid and you are neither required to repeat them nor to make their qada.
 

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