"The majority of scholars say that his prayer is interrupted in the sense of being rendered imperfect, but the correct view is that it is interrupted in the sense that he has to repeat it. So if it is an obligatory prayer then he has to repeat it. So he has to repeat it if one ...
If you knew it was a sin to walk in front of the one who was praying and you walked in front of the one praying, then this is haram and you have to repent.
If the one praying had a sutra or something the size of a saddle's back/cantle in front of him then there is no problem.
If you have seen the Imam praying with the Jama‘a and he was sitting, then you could have joined the prayer, namely by sitting down too (if you had the time), and afterwards made the Sunnah prayer; as I can refer to you from Islamqa:
“The one who misses the Sunnah prayer before Fajr may offer it after Fajr prayer.
The evidence for that is the report narrated ...
Indeed, there are various versions of Tashhahud which are related in the Sunnah of the Prophet (sallahu alayhi wa sallam).
For instance, there is this hadith in al-Muwatta of Imam Malik (rahimullah) https://sunnah.com/malik/3/57 that the Sahabi Ibn Umar (radi Allah anhu) did this version of the Tashhahud in the first sitting differently, than in the last one....
Bismillah. Alhamdulillahi rabbil-'alamin was-Salatu was-Salam 'ala Sayyidil-Mursalin wa 'ala 'Alihi wa Sahbihi Ajma'in.
After Attahiyat, aka Tashahhud, in the last rakaat of Salah the worshiper recites Salawaat, then makes duas, then performs Taslim saying Salaam to his right and left with which Salah ends. This is the only diffirence between the previous ...
Relax. You are absolutely a Muslim and you being worried and concerned is a good sign and it shows that you care. But that deosent mean that you should be so paranoid. Since you are new to islam Shaitan is trying to make it as hard for you as possible. Please ignore all this you're doing great.
In brief, the ruling on the person who makes mistakes that alter the meaning is one of the following. Your case is point #3:
If he made the mistake intentionally, his prayer along with the prayer of the people he is leading in prayer are invalid according to the agreement of scholars.
If he made the mistake out of forgetfulness, his prayer is valid ...
Learning is a progression. The more you learn, the more knowledgeable you become, the more you tend to be aware of your mistakes and aberrations, and most importantly, the more you are likely to ward off such mistakes.
It maybe better to put your alarm clock far from bed, and setting it to be louder should wake you up.
Or do dhikr of Allah after you wake up, then do wudu and if you want, you can pray duha if there is enough time, or just pray Zuhr If there's no time for duha.
If you wake up and remember Zuhr (If it is Zuhr Salah time) but go back to sleep, you are ...
The simple answer is, No
Wearing a garment (cloth, hoodie etc..) with any image of a being with a soul is not permissible, but to remove such image (by painting, cutting, etc...) and then wear it, this is permissible.
And Allah knows best.
Depending on the maddhab you are following, each maddhab has a different rulling about reciting Surat- Al-Fatiha.
Below is to conclude for each maddhab :
Hanafi Maddhab : It is Makruh Tahrim (abominable) on the makmum to recite Surah al-Fatihah behind the imam, either in the sirriyyah (silent) or jahriyyah (loud) prayers, but the makmum prayers remain valid.
In terms of praying, the law is MAKRUH. Because the painting on the dress can disturb others like the picture on the back of the shirt, it will definitely disturb the person who is praying in the back.
Some scholars condemn it as HARAM. The Prophet S.A.W. curse those who paint pictures of creatures.
However, some scholars condemned it as MAKRUH. To avoid ...
If it wasn’t for my dog I would no longer be in this world. Allah sent me this dog to love me and protect me. Dogs are the most loyal loving innocent animals on the planet to man kind. Please do not punish these creatures as they are serving with pure genuine kindness. If Allah wants us to be clean for a prayer than let’s make us clean before prayer, but ...
You can hardly invalidate a prayer which has ended.
And the prayer ends with the salam or tasleem:
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: The key of prayer is purification; takbir (saying "Allah is most great") makes (all acts which break prayer) unlawful and taslim (uttering the salutation) makes (all such acts) lawful.
(See for example in Sunan abi Dawod 1 & ...
Alsalam alikum, dont worry brother/syster you'r prayer is accepted and mashallah from the ease of our deen the prophet [pbuh] said that if you strugel to read the quran you will get more rewards for doing it even if you say something wrong but the important thing is that you try to make it better.
There are many lectures in YouTube that teaches you how to pronounce each words. I suggest u to look at them and learn to recite the Fatiha and tashahhud properly. Also you should get an actual teacher and do some classes if possible. I am not an Arab either nor is the majority of the ummah but it is our duty to strive to learn the ...
Our prophet pbuh said :
"Actions are (judged) by motives (niyyah), so each man will have what he intended. Thus, he whose migration (hijrah) was to Allah and His Messenger, his migration is to Allah and His Messenger; but he whose migration was for some worldly thing he might gain, or for a wife he might marry, his migration is to that for which he ...
Yes you can, and even all the doas you do in you'r sujood are inshallah answeard and that is from what the prophet [pbuh] said
“the nearest a servant comes to his Lord is when he is prostrating himself, so make supplication (in this state)” (Saheeh Bukhari).
Hope that answers you'r question
Allah knows best
Alsalam alikum sister. Kufur in arabic means to disblive. So kufur is when you disblive in Allah [swt] and his prophet [pbuh] or any of there teaching.
I don't know if what you are doing is a sin and i don't think so but it is not kufur at least because you still belive from ehat i understand that you have to pray and it is one of the islamic pillers.