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Prayer (Salah; plural salawat) is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is the duty of all mature Muslims and highly recommended for children aged 10 and over to fulfill their five daily prayers while the Prophet (PBSL) performed them, to make them valid. Communication with Allah is believed to revive and give courage to those who pray. Muslims believe that Allah speaks to us through the Quran and salaa it is our way of connecting with Allah. Whether you’re curious about how Muslims pray or want to learn on your own, it’s never too early to start.
Put your right hand over your left hand. Put your hands on your navel, chest or between them; there is a disagreement between Islamic schools of thought. Focus on the ground. It helps to focus your eyes on where your head will rest when you bow later. Don’t let your eyes wander.
- To actoptionalIstiftah Du’a (opening prayer):
Wabihamdika watabarakas-muka wataaaala
Judduka wala ilaha ghayruk.
A’auodu billaahi minash-shaytanir rajeem
Bis-millaahir rahmaanir raheem
Follow it with Surah Al-Fatiha (this Surah is recited in each Rak’ah):
Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem
Alhamdu lillaahi Rabbino "aalameen"
Iyyaaka na’budu wa lyyaaka nasta’een
Siraatal-ladheena an’amta ‘alayhim
Ghayril-maghdoobi "alayhim wa lad-daaalleen"
Recite any other surah or any part of the Qu’ran, such as Surah Ikhlas  X Research source :
Qul huwal laahu ahad
Lam yalid wa lam yoolad
Wa lam yakul-lahu kufuwan ahad
This is a flash demo with information on how to say prayers in Islam.
|Learn to pray (Muslim prayers)|
|Phase one: Takbiira
Le preghiere iniziano con "takbiirah" per annunciare che le preghiere sono iniziate.
La persona dice "Allahu Akbar" e alza le mani dietro le orecchie per annunciare che le preghiere sono iniziate.
Step two: do rak3ah
rak3ah is a prayer unit. Depending on the prayer of the day, you will perform a different number of rak3ah.
What is rak3ah?
rak3ah is a prayer unit which consists of the following:
1. Read al-fati7ah
2. Reading of the surah after fati7ah (only in the first 2 rak3ah of all prayers)
3. Kneel down and say: ‘sub7aana rabbiyya-al-3a6’iim’ 3 times
4. Di nuovo alzarsi e dire: "sama3a Allahu liman 7amida"
5. Si china per inchinarsi e dice: "Allahu akbar"
5. Inchinarsi e dire "sub7aana rabbiyya-al-a3laa" 3 volte
6. Alzare la testa e dire: "Allahu akbar"
7. Inchinarsi e dire "sub7aana rabbiyya-al-a3laa" 3 volte
How many rak3ahs are performed for each prayer?
Step three: do tashahhud
At the end of all prayers (and a shortened version after each 2 rak3ah), the person sits on his or her lap to say the tashahhud. For prayers of 3 or more rak3ah, tashahhud is said twice. The first time after the first 2 rak3ahs, the second time after the end of the prayers. In this case, the whole tashahhud is not uttered the first time, but only half of it. The person stops immediately after the shihaadah.
The whole tashahhud is said in prayers consisting of rak3ah only.
Step Four: Complete the as-salaam prayers
After a tashahud, a person can pray to Allah before the prayer is over. Termination is as follows:
– The head is turned to the right and the person says: as-salaamu 3alayka wa ra7matu-Allahi WA barakaatuh
– The head is then turned to the left and the person says: as-salaamu 3alayka WA ra7matu-Allahi WA barakaatuh
The prayers are over!
Salah, a collection of five prayers that Muslims are required to say every day, is one of the five most important pillars of Islam. Prayers are the most important and meaningful means used to communicate with Allah and ask Allah for the various things a person needs. When someone needs to ask for something like forgiveness, he says the prayer first and after finishing the prayer he can ask for whatever he needs, and if what he needs is beneficial to him, Allah will undoubtedly fulfill his. wish.
Muslims believe that when they pray, Allah observes them personally, and when they bow while praying, they bow to Allah. This is why Muslims want them to present themselves at their best and best when they pray. Furthermore, it is said that when a person prays with good intentions and a pure heart, Allah gives everything he desires (or gives him something that is equally beneficial to him). Prayers are of great importance in Islam, and therefore, among the many things Muslim parents teach their children, the way to pray in Islam is at the top of the list.
How to say the prayers?
Not all Muslims know how they can say prayers due to some factors, which, incidentally, have been increased even more due to modernization and changes taking place in the world. Below is a complete guide for anyone wondering how to pray in Islam.
Perform prayers as they are to be said
First, the person must say the prayers. Modlitwy mają być odprawiane w sposób, w jaki powinny być odprawiane i w sposób, w jaki osoba została nauczona ich wykonywania. The first step to pray in Isla is to say the prayers because if one does not pray, he will not be able to pray to Allah and he will not be able to desire what he wants. Furthermore, the person should also make sure that his heart is completely pure and that his intentions are as pure as possible when he prays, to make sure that when the person prays to Allah after saying the prayers, his prayers are not rejected. .
Pray and want what you want
When one has finished praying, one should pray to Allah. When a person prays to Allah, he should want what he wants. The things people often desire are forgiveness, a sign that will lead them to the right path, a solution to their problems, and what’s best for them.
When someone wants what he wants, he has to say “Ameen” to make sure Allah receives his prayers. The saying “Ameen” is the last step of this guide which explains how to pray in Islam.
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Muslims bow to Allah five times a day with scheduled prayers. If you are learning to pray or are just curious about what Muslims do while they pray, follow these general guidelines. For a more detailed guide, there are online prayer tutorials to help you understand how it’s done.
Formal personal prayers can be said between the start of a requested daily prayer and the start of the next scheduled prayer. If Arabic is not your native language, learn the meaning in your language by trying to practice Arabic. If possible, praying with other Muslims can help you learn how to do it correctly.
A Muslim should pray with the sincere intention of performing the prayer with full attention and dedication. Prayer should be performed with a clean body after the ablution has been performed correctly and it is important to perform the prayer in a clean place. A prayer rug is optional, but most Muslims prefer to use one, and many carry one with them while traveling.
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Prayer in Islam (also called Salah)  X The source of research is one of the most important activities of a Muslim and is one of the five pillars of Islam.  X Research source It is important to say the five daily prayers regularly as this is part of being a Muslim. You should avoid delaying it within the allotted time and try to stick to it every day. Regularly saying prayers can be difficult, especially if you are a newly converted Muslim or have never tried to pray before, but by applying different methods and techniques you will be able to keep prayer in your routine. Allah’s help. Here is the account of Jabir Ibn Abdullah: The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: The key to Heaven is prayer; the key to prayer is deception (ablution).
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HOW TO PRAY IN ISLAM, STEP BY STEP
It is the duty of all adult Muslims, and highly recommended for children aged ten and over, to recite the daily prayers according to the method used by the Prophet (pbuh) to be effective. Communication with Allah is said to bring life to the supplicants and bring them courage. Muslims have faith that Allah talks to us through the Holy Qur’an, and Salah is our way of connecting to Allah. Whether you’re just inquiring as to how Muslims pray or if you’re considering to study for yourself, it’s never too early to start.
You have to be ritually clean before you can pray. If you’re not, it’s compulsory to perform Wudu “ablution” before you do. If you have urinated, defecated, gassed, bled excessively, or really fell asleep from the previous prayer, you need to do a trick. After Vudu has purified, you can continue doing Salah. You need to make sure that you have an unpolluted body, a clean place to pray, and clean clothes.
The method of offering Salah consists of the following steps:
Stand straight in front of the Qiblah. This position is called Qiyam
Make Niyah (purpose) in your heart for prayer.
Raise your hands to ear height and say: Allah-u-Akbar (Allah is the greatest).
Now place your right hand on your left hand on your chest and look down to where your forehead touches the Sujud prayer mat (bowing) and dumb:
“Subhanaka allahumma wa bi hamdika wa tabara kasmuka wa ta’ala jadduka wa la ilaha ghairuka.” (O Allah, how blameless you are and glory be to you. Holy is your name and your majesty is high. There is no god but you.)
Then say the Ta’awwudh and the Tasmiyah:
"A’udhu billahi minash shaitanir rajim."
(I am seeking refuge with Allah from the forbidden Satan.)
"Bismillahir rahmanir rahim."
(In the name of Allah, the Merciful, the Merciful.)
Hence, tell the Suratul Fatihah (opening chapter) of the Holy Quran
“Al hamdu lil lahi rabbil ‘alamin. Arrahmanir rahim. Maliki Jawmiddin. Iyyaka na’budu wa iyyaka nasta’in. Ihdinas siratal mustaqim. Siratal ladhina an’amta’alaihim, ghairil maghdubi’alaihim wa lad dhallin. (I’m inside)”
(All admiration and appreciation should be for Allah, Lord of the worlds, Beloved, Merciful; Judgment Day Leader. We just worship you, we only ask for help from you. Your anger or they have turned away.)
Now relate any other surah from the Quran.
"Bismillahir rahmanir rahim
Qul hu wal lahu ahad, allahus samad, lam yalid wa lam yulad, wa lam ya kul lahu kufuwan ahad. "
(In the name of Allah, the Beloved, the Compassionate. Say: He is God, the One. God is Eternal and Complete. He cannot stand and was not created. And no one is equal to Him.)
Ora inchinati mentre reciti "Allahu Akbar" e metti le mani in grembo e dì: "Subhana Rabbiyal Adhim".
(How perfect is my Lord the Most High)
Say it at least three times. This position is called Rukooh. Keep your head in line with your spine and look at the prayer mat.
Get up from the previous position saying:
"Sami’Allahu liman hamidah"
(God listens to those who praise him)
"Rabbana lakal hamd."
(Our Lord, glory be to you.)
Cadi a terra mentre reciti "Allahu Akbar" con la fronte, il naso, i palmi di entrambe le mani, le ginocchia e le dita dei piedi che toccano il suolo.
Poi recita: "Subhana Rabbioyal A’la".
(How perfect is my Lord the Most High)three times.
This position is called Sujood.
Sit down with the words Allahu Akbar and lie down again on the ground in the position of Sujud. Recite “Subhana Rabbiyal A’la” three times. Sit down from this position and say “Allahu Akbar”.
This completes the first Rak’ah of Salah. For the next Rak’ah you have to stand up and perform it likewise, only that you do not narrate Subhanaka at the start, and after the second Sujood you sit and say Tashahhud after raising the index finger.
“At-Tahiyyatu lillahi era – Salawatu wat-Tayyibatu As-Salamu alaika ayyuhannabiyyu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. Assalamu ‘alaina wa’ala ibadil-Lahis – Salihinash hadu al-La ilaha il-Lal lahu wa ash hadu anna Muhammadan abduhu wa rasuluhu.”
(Greetings, prayers and kindness belong to Allah. Peace be with you, O Prophet and Allah’s mercy and His blessings. Peace be with us and with Allah’s righteous servants. I testify that there is no god at all. other than Allah and I testify that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger).
In a three or four-Rak’ah Salah you stand up for the remaining Rak’ah(s) after you have done Tashahhud. For a two-Rak’ah Salah you remain seated after Tashahhud and then narrate Assalatul-Ibrahimiyah:
"Allahumma salli ‘ala Muhammadin Wa’ ala al Muhammadin Kama sallaita ‘ala Ibrahima wa’ ala ali Ibrahima wa barik ‘ala Muhammadin wa’ ala ali Muhammadin Kama barakta ‘ala Ibrahima Wa’ ala ‘ali’ a Ibramina Ina hamid.
(O Allah, may your mercy be upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as you are upon Ibrahim and the family of Ibrahim. O Allah, bless Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, as you have blessed Ibrahim and the family of Ibrahim. Truly you I am.
Glorious and glorious.)
After that say:
Translation: "O Allah! I seek refuge in You from the nuisance of hell fire, the inconveniences of the tomb, the trials and diseases of life and death, and the deceptions of the false Christ. Oh my Lord! Grant me and my parents’ forgiveness, and grant Your mercy upon them, just as they brought me up when I was little. "
Ora gira la faccia a destra dicendo "Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah" e poi a sinistra ripetendo le stesse parole.
This puts an end to the two Rakah Salahs.
Pray to Allah.
If you choose to stay where you are traveling for more than four days, you are subject to the same rules as a local from the moment you arrive, so you have to do what the locals do, which is to offer the prayers in full and you don’t have to shorten them.
You can shorten the prayers during the trip, but when you get there you should offer the prayers in full as you are subject to the same rules as the resident.
It says in Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (8/99): The kind of travel for which the concession of travel is prescribed is that which is regarded as travel according to custom, and the distance is approximately eighty kilometers. Anyone walking this distance or more can take advantage of the travel benefits such as cleaning their socks for three days and two nights, joining and shortening prayers, and not fasting during Ramadaan. If the traveler intends to stay in the place for more than four days, he should not be eligible for travel allowances. If he intends to stay there for four days or less, he is eligible for travel allowances. If the traveler stays in a place but does not know when his business will end and is unable to determine the length of his stay, he can take advantage of the travel discount, even if he stays for a longer period. It doesn’t matter if he travels by land or by sea. End of quote.
With regard to joining prayers, it is permissible for a traveller to join Zuhr and ‘Asr, and Maghrib and ‘Isha’, at the time of the earlier or later prayer, depending on what is easiest for him. Better not, however, unless it is difficult for him to say each prayer in time.
On this basis, two prayers can be combined during the journey, but when you reach the place where you will stay for a month, you should say each prayer on time.
See also answer to question n. 49885.
Keep in mind that congregation prayer is mandatory for both travelers and others. This was explained in the answer to question no. 40299, then try praying in the mosque assembly.