Salaah


Section on Raising The Hands In The Prayer

Juz Raf al-Yadayn in Salaah


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Juzz Rafa al-Yadain fi as-Salah
(Section on Raising the Hands in the Prayer)

Author: Ameerul Mu’mineen in Hadith, Imam
Muhammad bin Isma’eel al-Bukhari rahimahullaah

Tahqeeq and Takhreej done by Shaikh Zubair Ali Zai
Translated by Raza Hassan


The Clarified Ruling of Mistakes done in Salat

The Clarified Ruling of Mistakes done in Salat by Shaykh Mashur Hasan Salman

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To Every Muslim
Who is keen to perform
The most important article
of Islam sincerely and properly in
Accordance with the Prophets (صلى الله عليه وسلم)
sunnah and hence gaining
the best rewards from
his Rabb (Lord)

by Shaykh Mashhur Hasan al-Salman
Translated by: Imān Zakariyah Abu Gazie

This book “The clarifying Discussion of Mistakes Done in
Salāt” discusses many mistakes that are commonly committed by
praying Muslims. The authenticity of some of which is not
established; on the contrary they are mere innovations. And others
are some optional or obligatory acts that are not done in their
proper positions or in the appropriate manner. No doubt that
plotting away false beliefs and misconceptions from peoples’ minds
and hearts by establishing truth instead, is on of the greatest paths
of calling to that which is one good [i.e. calling to Allāh aza wa jal]..


The Description Of The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Prayer

The Description Of The Prophet’s Prayer - Abdul-Azeez bin Abdullah bin Baaz

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The Description Of The Prophet’s Prayer
Abdul-Azeez bin Abdullah bin Baaz

This is a brief booklet which describes the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) prayer and is presented to all Muslims so that they may strive hard to imitate him when performing their Prayers, for he (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said: “Perform your Prayers as you have seen me performing them” (Reported by Sahih Al Bukhari)


The Abridgement of the Prophet’s (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Prayer Decsribed

The Abridgement of the Prophet's (saws) Prayer Decsribed - Nasir ud-deen Al-Albani

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Nasir ud-deen Al-Albani
The Abridgement of the Prophet’s (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Prayer Decsribed
Many books have been published on the Salah (Prayer) of the Prophet but most are by later scholars that cater for a particular madhhab (school of thought). This famous work translated from the original Arabic Sifah Salah al-Nabi, brings to together as many features of the Prophet’s Prayer from the beginning to the end, so that Muslims can fulfill the Prophet’s command to “pray as you see me pray”.

This work is the result of an extensive research by the author on various traditions (hadiths) and their relevance, judged according to the strict rules of the science of Hadith.


Prostration for Forgetfulness in the Prayer

Prostration for Forgetfulness in the Prayer


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Muhammad salih al-Uthaymeen
An explanation of the different situations in which one must make prostrations for forgetfulness and when to perform them.


Why Do We Pray?

Why Do We Pray?

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Let us look at one example of something that we are neglecting and have shortcomings towards… let us address the issue of prayer – the most important practical pillar of Islaam. Slaves of Allaah! There are many people amongst those who do actually pray who fail to realise the importance of prayer, its benefits and its true value; therefore, it has become a burden on them and not the delight of their eyes, tranquillity for their souls or a light for their hearts. Many people pray hurriedly, without any calmness or tranquillity.


More Books On Salah

DownloadThe ruling on the one who abandons the Prayer
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Download40 Common Mistakes in Salaat
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