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Fundamental Teachings of Islam. Salah – Supplication to God. Leeds Makkah Masjid www.MakkahMasjid.co.uk. Step by step instructions to Perform Salah. In the accompanying slides, taking after hues have been utilized: RED – Required Activities (Faraid) on the off chance that you miss them, you need to perform petition to God once more. Golden – Crucial Activities (Wajibaat)
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Fundamental Teachings of Islam Salah – Prayer Leeds Makkah Masjid www.MakkahMasjid.co.uk

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How to Perform Salah In the accompanying slides, taking after hues have been utilized: RED – Obligatory Actions (Faraid) in the event that you miss them, you need to perform request to God once more. Golden – Essential Actions (Wajibaat) If you miss them, you need to perform Sajdah Sahv. Green – Sunnah Actions Important & Desirable activities which should NOT be missed without a substantial reason. Performing Sunnah and Desirable activities make our petition to God great.

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How to Perform Salah You just raise your hands to the ears toward the start of first Rakat

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How to Perform Salah Thana is just perused in first Rakat

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How to Perform Salah Ta’awwuz is just perused in first Rakat Tasmia is perused toward the begin of each Rakat

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How to Perform Salah Surah Fatiha is perused in each Rakat After perusing Surah Fatiha, say unobtrusively ‘Aameen’.

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How to Perform Salah After Surah Fatiha , different parts of Quran is NOT read in 3 rd & 4 th Rakats of Fard request to God + The recitation\'s length ought to dive (or equivalent) between Rakats. - Don’t present the Quran in reverse (e.g. don’t discuss S.114 in first Rakat and S.113 in second Rakat).

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How to Perform Salah You can read the Tasbeeh more than three times in odd numbers, e.g. 5, 7, 9. + In Ruku, read the accompanying Tasbeeh no less than three times

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How to Perform Salah

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How to Perform Salah You can read the Tasbeeh more than three times in odd numbers, e.g. 5, 7, 9. + First, knees ought to touch the ground, then hands, then nose and after that brow. + The guts ought not touch the thighs and the arms not touch the armpits. The hand\'s fingers and toes ought to be indicating the Qibla.

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How to Perform Salah

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How to Perform Salah

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How to Perform Salah

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How to Perform Salah After the second surrender of the LAST Rakat, take a seat and read the Tashah-hud as portrayed already.

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How to Perform Salah

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How to Perform Salah

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How to Perform Salah

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Difference in perusing Read Quran so anyone might hear in initial two Rakat of Fajr, Maghrib & Isha requests to God Do NOT read any piece of the Quran (inc. Ta’awwuz & Tasmia) Perform the request to God as portrayed above Imam Muqtadee Individual DO NOT read ‘Rabana Lakal Hamd’ DO NOT read ‘Sami-Allah…’ Slight contrasts in performing supplication to God Women Perform the petition to God as depicted in the following slide Difference in physical developments

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How to Perform Salah For Women: There are slight differnces between how men and ladies perform their Salah: In Takbeer Tahreema, raise your hands just up to your shoulders. In Qiyaam, place your hands on you\'re mid-section (as opposed to underneath the navel). While in Qiyaam, place right hand on the highest point of left with fingers in place together. Try not to hold your wrist. For Ruku, twist your back just sufficiently far to touch your knees with your hands. In Sajdah, all the body parts should be near one another and midriff put over the thigh. Both feet and lower legs standing out to one side. Lower segment of back touching the ground. Amid Jalsa and Qa’ada, sit on floor (not to your left side foot) and both lower legs and feet standing out towa

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