Kitab Al-Salaah (The book of Prayer)


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  • Kitab Al-Salaah (The book of Prayer)



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    Things
    Which Invalidate The Prayer (Mubdilatu-Salaat)

               
    Prayer if performed well with due regard to its conditions, pillars,
    duties and preferred acts, truly illuminates the heart and purifies the
    soul. It is the means by which man communicates with Allah (subhanahu
    wa ta'ala) and therefore, one should keep it free from anything which
    would render it invalid. In Arabic Language, the acts which invalidate
    the prayer are known as "Mubdillatu-Salaah" and we now list them here
    below:

    • Speaking or talking in the course of the prayer.
    • Laughing in the course of the prayer.
    • Eating while praying, even though what is eaten maybe as
      small as a piece of dates.
    • Drinking while praying, even though what is drank maybe as
      small as taking only a mouthful.
    • If someone in the course of the prayer remembers that he/she
      did not actually perform the ablution (wudhu), then, such a person is
      required to break the prayer and get out to perform Wudhu.
    • If a person's ablution (wudhu) gets invalidated in the course
      of the prayer, then the prayer becomes invalid.
    • The prayer is also invalidated by carrying out the Rukuu and
      Sujuud postures with haste and without ease. While in prostration,
      bobbing (jerking) up and down like chicken pecking food from the ground
      is not allowed.
    • Turning oneself away from the direction of the Qiblah also
      invalidates the prayer.

     

     

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