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- To stand during the tahrimah without leaning on anything and without bowing the head
- To raise the hands to the ears (for men) before starting to say “Allahu Akbar”
- The palms of the hands and the fingers will be facing the qiblah when the hands are being raised
- To leave the fingers in a relaxed manner not closed to tight and not left wide apart
- To place the right hand over the left hand under the navel.
1. The mudrik does not have to make any qira’at. The qira’at of the imam is sufficient for all the muqtadis. According to the Hanafee school of thought, it is makruh for the muqtadis to make qira’at behind the imam.
2. It is fard on the masbuq to make qira’at for the rakaats which he missed.
3. In other words, the muqtadi should not make qira’at in the presence of the imam. However, the masbuq has to make qira’at because the imam is not present for the rakaats which he missed. Read more... (510 words, estimated 2:02 mins reading time)
1. For every fard-e-ayn salaat, it is sunnat-e-mu’akkadah for men to call out adhaan once. This is irrespective of whether a person is a traveller or not, whether he is reading in congregation or alone, or whether he is reading a qada salaat or not. For jumu’ah salaat, the adhaan should be called out twice. Read more... (1206 words, 3 images, estimated 4:49 mins reading time)