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Dr. Mohammad Audeh

Dr. Mohammad Audeh

Certified Islam Scholar

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My problem is that I really want to know how to...

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My problem is that I really want to know how to pray

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how to pray

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Dr. Mohammad Audeh

Dr. Mohammad Audeh

Certified Islam Scholar

الأسئلة المجابة 52565 | نسبة الرضا 98%

Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds, and prayers and peace be upon his faithful Messenger. It should be noted that Prayer has conditions, principles, duties and Sunnah, and we mention how is the proper prayer is done:
 
1) Intention and Say "Allahu Akbar" at the beginning (sacralization).
 
2) Recite the fatiha and what ever you can recite from Quraan.
 
3) Say "Allahu Akbar" and tilt  (ar-roukou ').
 
4) Saying “subḥāna rabbiya l-ʿaẓīm”, three times while (ar-roukou ').
 
5) Stand up from the tilt (ar-roukou’) saying: “Allah listens to the one who praises Him.” 
 
6) Say “Allahu Akbar” and get down for Sujood (prostration).
 
7) In Sujood, say "Subhaana Rabbiy al-A'laa”, three times.
8) Say “Allahu Akbar” and sit between the two prostration and say “O Allah forgive me” twice.
 
9) Say “Allahu Akbar” and do the second Sujood as the first one.
 
10) Say “Allahu Akbar” and stand up for the second Rak’a and do as you did in the first rak’a.
 
11) Sit after the second Sujood of the second Rak’a and say the tashahhoud,  "at-tahiyyatullillah, wa as-salawatou wa tayyibat, assalamou 'alayka ayyouha nabiyyou wa rahmatullahi wa barakatouh, assalamou' alayna wa 'ala' ibadillahi assalihin, ashhadou an ilaha illallah wa anna mouhammadan ' abdouhou wa rasoulouh ".
12) Say “Allahu Akbar” and stand up for the third or fourth Rak’aat if any.
 
13) Sit after the last  Sujood and say the final tashahhoud and the Abrahamic prayer.
 
14) The salam at the end of the prayer by saying “Assalamu'alaykum wa rahmatullah "turning the head to the right, then" assalamu'alaykum wa rahmatullah "turning the head to the left.
 
 
We advise you to read the book describing the prayers of the Prophet, peace be upon him, for Imam Al-albani.

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Dr. Mohammad Audeh

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الأسئلة المجابة 52565 | نسبة الرضا 97.9%

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