The time for prayer entered upon a woman, then she got busied, then her menstruation came. Is it upon her to make up for this prayer after her purification?
Upon the statement of the majority of making up for it, because it bacame binding upon her then she was withheld from it, so she missed it due to an excuse from the excuses.
So there is nothing wrong with the likes of this one making up for it or to increase in voluntary, due to what occured of deficiency in the obligatory.
So having said that, it is incumbent upon the mukallaf (one in a state of culpability), if the time of prayer enters to pray it. Because she still had plenty of time, the time of prayer did not yet exit while she was forgetful of her prayer or slept over it until its time went. But if she didn’t pray it ya’nī by making up for it and increased in voluntary, then that is sufficient.
This is from the virtues of praying in its earliest time. That if a person dies, then they have indeed safeguarded a great act of worship, if they pray it in its early time then they died after that.
Likewise a woman if she menstruator, then she had already prayed. Also if something of a sickness came up she would of already fulfilled it. This is the virtue of giving precedence to acts of worship in its earliest time and hastening to perform acts of worship.
Answered by: Shaykh, the Allamah, the Trustworthy Advisor, Abu Abdirrahman Yahya bin Ali Al-Hajuri – may Allah preserve him
Translated by: Abū ‘Abdillāh ‘Omar bin Yahya Al-‘Akawi