Lesson 22 | Summary of Fiqh | Desirable Acts & The Prostration of forgetfulness
Saturday 4 Feb 2017
A Summary of Islamic Fiqh – The Book of the Prayer – Lesson 22 (04/02/17)
Today we covered the Chapter: Desirable and Permissible Acts & The Prostration of forgetfulness
Desirable and Permissible Acts
- What should you do if someone walks in front of you during the prayer?
- What is the Sutrah?
- Can you walk in front of the Sutrah?
- How high should it be?
- Is it obligatory?
- What should you do if the imam makes a mistake or gets muddle up?
- What should you do if a snake or scorpion appears when you pray?
- To what extent can you move or do things during the prayer?
- How do you correct the imam?
- How do you respond if someone gives you salaam during the prayer?
- Can you read more than one Surah (chapter) in a single prayer?
- Can you read less than a full surah?
The Sujood (Prostration) of forgetfulness
- What are the 3 cases when you should perform the Prostration of Forgetfulness?
- If you add something to the prayer
- If You forget something
- If you are doubtful whether you have added or forget something
- Does it make a difference if the prayer is obligatory or voluntary?
- What should you do when you realise you made a mistake?
- What should you do if a mistake happens in congregation?
- What is the ruling on one who accidentally recites Quran in Sujood or Rukoo’?
- What if you miss a pillar of the prayer?
- + various different scenarios
- When should you do the Prostration of forgetfulness? Before or after the Salaam?
- Can you still do it if you only realised your mistake after you have finished?
- What should you do when you are in doubt?
- What if you’re unsure you made wudhoo?
Next Lesson: Dhikr after the prayer
The full series is available on: www.learnaboutislam.co.uk/fiqh
Recorded at Alhuda Bolton on 04/02/17 and streamed live on www.SunnahRadio.Net