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If a non-Muslim performs salah (prayers), does he become a Muslim?

In the described situation, the person has performed all the physical actions required to become a Muslim. Another Muslim would ordinarily accept this person as a Muslim. Beyond that, it's ...
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Is there a distinction between prayer and worship?

Nope. Islam does not make this distinction. Per Islam, prayer is an act of worship. 'Humans' are acknowledged as created beings who themselves are helpless so to think they have any kind of power or ...
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Can we recite quranic duas after the last tashahhud?

Making dua' (supplication) after the last tashahud and before the salam is permissible and recommended without any restriction. This is based on the sahih narration on the authority of Abudllah ibn ...
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Is there a sect-neutral tashahhud?

Let me know if I couldn't understand your question correctly - You are asking that if there is anything which doesn't belong to any sect but only to Islam without any sect right? If you want to find ...
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Raising hands when making dua in salah

Some scholars allow raising hands during the prayer for example during a du'a like that of al-Qunoot, but there's no backup for doing so during (or after) tashhahud and before salam. So considering ...
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Difference between صَلِّ and بَارِكْ after the tashahhud

Best to ask this question to an Arabic scholar. Per my own ijtihad (independent reasoning - take it with a grain of salt until you get confirmation from a scholar), it seems that the word صَلِّ is ...
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A question about prayer

Walaikumussalam. Missing a word in tashahhud changes the real meaning of it. Since tashahhud is one of the wajib(obligatory) acts of prayer, So you have to do your prayer again.
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Tawarruk while praying

No, it is not mandatory. It is Sunnah. Sitting in certain parts of prayer is mandatory according to consensus, and those are three: Sitting between the two sajdahs Sitting for the first tashahhud ...
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What are the authentic supplications (A'dyiah) during the Tashahhud?

Authentic Supplications (A'diyah) during the (final) Tashahhud: Brief mention: There are various versions of reciting the Tashahhud, and here are three which are reported that the Prophet (ﷺ) uttered: ...
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Is it possible to say Salawat in the first Tashahhud?

According to the majority of scholars (the Hanafis, Malikis, and Hanbalis), saying the Salawat in the first tashahhud shouldn't be done. The Hanafis say it requires Sajdah Sahu if you do it ...
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