Monthly Archives: June 2011



Facing the Ka’bah

Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wasallam when standing for prayers fard or sunnah prayer, he faced the Ka’bah. He ordered them to do so as his saying a prayer to the wrong person:

“When you stand for prayer, complete your wudhu(ablution), then face the Qiblat, then takbir.”
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Salam as a sign of the end of the prayer movement, performed in a sitting position after reading the final tasyahhud prayer for protection from defamation or an additional four other prayer.

“The key to prayer is purification, and cover the opening Takbir (ie prayers) is say hello.”
(Hadith issued and authenticated by Al-Imam Al-Hakim and Adh-Dzahabi)

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Sitting First Tasyahhud & Second Tasyahhud

sitting first tasyahhud & second tasyahhud

Tasyahhud Awwal and his seat is the obligation of prayer

Where he did

Sitting tasyahhud Awwal are found only in prayer that the number roka’atnya more than two (2), the obligatory prayers performed on roka’at that to-2. Sitting tasyahhud done at the end of the last roka’at. Each one carried out after the second prostration.
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Towards The Next Roka’at


On this issue there are two places / conditions, which is rising towards roka’at follows from the position of prostration at the end of the second-and third-roka’at first and rise from a sitting position on roka’at tasyahhud early-second.

> Risen / wake from the bow to stand up (from the end of the first and third roka’at) preceded by a rest or sit down without sitting a break, stood up while bertakbir without lifting your hands. When getting up to with his hands resting on the floor or can be resting on his thighs. Read the rest of this entry

Sitting Between Two Prostration


Sitting between prostrations which is done first and the second prostration, the roka’at first to the last. There are two types of sitting between two prostrations, sitting iftirasy (sitting by putting the butt on your left foot and right foot enforced) (see picture) and sat iq’ak (sitting by enforcing both feet and sits above the heel). It is based on the hadith:

From ‘A-isyah said: “And the Prophet sallallaahu’ alaihi wa sallam that he left out his legs and enforcing the right foot, baliau banned from his seat syaithan.”
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Wake Of The First Prostration

WAKE OF THE FIRST prostration

After the first prostration, in which every roka’at two prostrations, then later got up to sit between the two prostrations. In the wake of prostration is accompanied by the Takbir and sometimes raised their hands (Based on the hadith of Ahmad and Al-Hakim).

“The Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam rose from prostration while bertakbir”
(Hadith issued by Al-Bukhari and Muslim)


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Prostration is done after i’tidal thuma-ninah

How to Sujud

> Prostrate on the seven limbs (see figure), ie forehead / brow / forehead and nose (1), two hands (3), two knees (5) and the two ends of the legs (7). It is based on the hadith:
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I’TIDAL after bowing

I’tidal way of bowing

After bowing to perfection and finished the prayer, then the rise of bowing (i’tidal). Rise time is read  (SAMI’ALLAAHU Liman Hamida) is accompanied by raising both hands as time takbiratul ihrom. It is based on the statement several hadith, including:
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Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam after reading the letter from Al-Qur-an and then paused, hold up his hands as he read takbir like when takbiratul ihrom (setentang shoulders or earlobe) and then bow down (crouch forward broken at the waist, with back and head straight parallel to the floor). According to some hadith, one of which is:

From Abdullah ibn Umar, he said: “I saw the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam when standing in prayer setentang raised his hands to both shoulders, it is done when bertakbir about to bow down and when it lifted its head (rise) of bowing ….” Read the rest of this entry

Reading Al-Fatihah


Legal Reading Al-Fatihah

Reading Al-Fatihah is one of the many pillars of prayer, so if in prayer do not read Al-Fatihah prayer is invalid based on the words of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam (which means):

“Not considered prayer (unauthorized prayer) for those who do not read Al-Fatihah”
(Saheeh hadeeth issued by Al-Jama: the Al-Ima

m Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa-i, and Ibn Majah). Read the rest of this entry