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:

From Abdullah ibn Umar, he said: “I saw the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam when standing in prayer setentag raised his hands to his shoulders, it is done when bertakbir want to bow down and when it lifted its head (rise) from bowing while saying SAMI’ Allahu Liman Hamida … ”
(Hadith issued by Al-Bukhari, Muslim and Malik).

When the Read I’tidal from Ruku ‘

As designated above hadith when rising (up) of bowing it read: (SAMI’ALLAHU Liman Hamida)

Then when it upright and finished reading it disahut with reading:


How to I’tidal

As for the ordinance i’tidal scholars differed in two opinion, said folded first and the second said no arms but let go. But that rajih we think is the first opinion. For those who want to work on the first opinion does not matter and those who work in accordance with the second opinion does not matter.

Caption for first opinion: Back lay above the right hand or left hand holding it and put it on the chest, when it has been established (see picture). It is based on the texts below:

Hadith issued by Al-Imam An-Nasa-i, which means: “He (Wa-il bin Hujr) said:” I saw the Messenger sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam when he stood in prayer, he memgang his left hand with his right hand. ”

Said Al-Imam Al-Bukhari in shahihnya: “It has been explained to us Abdullah bin Maslamah, he said of Malik, he said from Abu Hazm, he said from Sahl bin Sa’d, he said:” It is people (the Companions) ruled (by the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) that someone put his right hand over his left arm in prayer. “Hazm Abu Comment:” I do not know the order unless propped to the Prophet sallallaahu’ alaihi wa sallam. ”

Comment from Shaykh Abdul ‘Aziz bin Abdillah bin Baaz contracted (contained in the fatwa that was published in the magazine Rabithah’ Natural Islamy, issue of Dhu al-Hijjah 1393 AH / January 1974 AD, the year XI): “From this hadeeth there are clues hinted at putting the right hand upper left hand when a Mushalli (the prayer) was established well before bowing or after. Because Sahl informed that the Companions were ordered to put his right hand over his left arm in prayer. And it was understood that the Sunnah (the Prophet) explain the prayers in bowing to put both tangangnya palms on his knees, and in prostration he put his hands on the earth (the bow) is parallel to keddua shoulders or ears, and in a state of sitting between two prostrations so anything in tasyahud he put it on her thighs and knees with their arguments each in detail. The details of the Sunnah is not left standing except in the circumstances. Thus it is understandable that the intent of the above hadith Sahl is disyari’atkan for Mushalli when standing in prayer in order to put his right hand over his left arm. Might as well stand before bowing and thereafter. Because there is no history of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam distinguish between the two, therefore whoever distinguishes them must show proof for. (Back in usul fiqh rule: “the origin of the worship is unlawful unless there’s appointment”-per.)

Besides, there are also provisions of the hadith wa-il bin Hujr the history of An-Nasa-i with a saheeh isnaad Behold, when the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam stood in prayer he held his left hand with his right hand. ”

Wallaahu a’lamu bishshawab.


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Posted on June 30, 2011, in Sholat صلاة. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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