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Transcript of Salah Prezi
The Five Prayers
Having a pure heart & clean mind
Eating or drinking.
Uncovering parts of the body that should be covered.
Looking anywhere but the ground
Diverging from the direction of the Qiblah.
Excessive movement, which is not part of Salah.
Anything that nullifies Wudu.
The opening Takbeer (saying: Allahu Akbar)
Al-Qiyam (standing straight)
To recite Surah Al- Fatiha in every rakah
Reciting the prayers upon the Prophet in final rakah
Salam to the right and then to the left
By: Ilhan & Khalid
The reason why we stay silent during some salah is because the prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) recited out loud, and silently in the prayers.
We recite silently in the prayers in which he recited silently, and we recite out loud in the prayers in which he recited out loud, because Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Indeed in the Messenger of Allaah (Muhammad) you have a good example to follow”
Fard vs. Wajib
According to Hanafi madhab, Fard is compulsory. A person who denies or rejects a Fard will become a Kafir.
Wajib is also compulsory, the person who denies this will not become a Kafir but will be a Faasiq.
Fard A’yn is obligatory on every individual
Fard Kifayah is obligatory on the community
Example: praying and fasting
Example: A group of muslim brothers meet another group on the way to the musjid. It is their duty to say 'Salam' to the other, and if one brother from them says 'Salam' then the rest will be relieved of this duty.
It is recommended in the Hanafi madhab. The Maliki madhab does not recognize it as even being recommended. The Shafii's and Ahmadi's consider it compulsory.
It is wajib because without Takbiratul Ihram, your salah will be invalid.
The Hanafis say that the finger should be raised when saying “Laa (no)” and it should be lowered when saying, “ill-Allaah (except Allaah).”
The Shafa’is say that it should be raised when saying “ill-Allaah.”
The Malikis say that it should be moved right and left until one finishes the prayer.
The Ahmadis say that one should point with the finger when saying the name of Allaah, without moving it.
The Four Madhabs
Hanafi raise hands to earlobes
Maliki raise hands to shoulderes
Shafi'i raise hands to shoulders
Ahmadi raise hands to shoulders
Most Sunni muslims believe that all the madhabs have the "correct guidance"
A Madhab in Arabic is "way of thinking, persuasion"