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Spend time making this unique Seerah timeline. Learn about all the important events that took place during our beloved Nabi ﷺ's life in Makkah. Don't forget this is only part 1.
Fun and Beneficial Facts!
Did you know? There have been remarkable examples of memory, Imam Muhammad rahmatullahi alayh was a student of Imam Abu Haneefa rahmatullahi alayh. He completed memorising the Quran in just 7 days. Can you do better? (Bulugh Al Amanee)
A weekly lesson on Salah according to Hanafi fiqh
Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas رضي الله عنهما reports that Nabi ﷺ would recite the following between the two sajdahs:
اللَّهُمَّ اغْفِرْ لِي، وَارْحَمْنِي، وَاجْبُرْنِي، وَاهْدِنِي، وَارْزُقْنِي
Step by Step Method of Salah
To read about the previous step 12 on how to perform salah click here
We have so far reached the end of the first sajdah (prostration)
We are now ready to go into Jalsah (Sitting in between both sajdah).
This will be done in the following way:
A )Whilst saying Allahu Akbar sit up from sajdah
B ) (Boys) Will place both hands on the thighs, closer to the knees (but no hanging over on the knees)
(Girls) Both hands should be kept on the upper part of the thighs closer to the body with the fingers kept together.
C ) Sit in the following manner:
(Boys) Sit on the left foot and have the right foot standing up with the toes pointing towards the Qiblah
(Girls) Girls should not sit on the left leg (as men do) but rather sit on the floor. Both feet should come out on the right side lay flat on the ground.
D ) Stay in this position until the whole body is relaxed (you must be motionless for at least the duration of one Subhanallah)
E ) Now, whilst saying Allahu Akbar go into the second Sajdah in the same manner as in the first sajdah placing the nose first and then the forehead.
(refer to the previous lesson about the positioning of the arms and feet)
F ) Recite tasbeeh of Sajdah سبحان ربي الأعلى at least three times
On finishing the second Sajdah, one Rakaat has been completed and you will stand up for the second Rakaat saying, Allahu Akbar.