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Someone sent in the following question by email. Can some of the tullaab here answer it and give some evidences inshaa'Allaah.
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another question is: on when praying zuhr, asr, magrib n isha can i send blessings to the prophet mohammed (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) on the 2nd rakaa or i have to send it in the last rakaa only before i make salam...i do in both rakaas(2nd and last rakaa)..am i wrong?,,,can i have dalil for that too insha Allah?

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As-Salaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullaah:

As for sending the salaah and salaams Toghether upon our prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) in both raka'ats of the prayer, then there is some Ikhtilaaf with Ahlus-Sunnah regarding it.

Imaam Ibnul-Qayyim Held The Opinion That it is said only in the Last Ra'kah while other Scholars such as Imaam Ash-Shafi'ee said in it is said in both raka'ats.

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He (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) used to send prayers (Salaah) on himself in the first tashahhud as well as the other. Reported By Abu Awaanah In His Saheeh (2/324) also in Saheeh Muslim 2/170 with a different wording.

On This Issue Shaykh Al-Albaanee Said:

The Companions Said, "O Messenger of Allaah, we have been taught how to send peace on you (i.e. in tashahhud), but how do we send prayers on you? He said, "Say: O Allaah! send prayers on Muhammad ..." etc.

Thus he did not specify one tashahhud to the exclusion of another, so there is evidence here to establish sending prayers on him in the first tashahhud also.

This is the way of Imaam Shaafi`i, as in the text of his book al-Umm, and it is held to be correct by his companions, as Nawawi has explained in al-Majmoo` (3/460) and supported in Rawdah Taalibeen (1/263).

It is also the view of Wazeer bin Hubairah al-Hanbali in al-Ifsaah, as Ibn Rajab ha quoted and strongly supported in Dhail Tabaqaat (1/280).

Many ahaadeeth exist about sending prayers on him (sallallaahu `alaihi wa sallam) in tashahhud; in none of them is there any such specification mentioned. In fact, these ahaadeeth are general, hence including every tashahhud, and I have given them in al-Asl as ta`leeq, but not in the main text, for they do not satisfy our conditions for authenticity.

However, they do support each other in meaning, and those who reject and oppose this have no authentic evidence to use as proof, as I have detailed in al-Asl.

Similarly, to say that adding anything to "O Allaah! send prayers on Muhammad" is makrooh has no basis in the Sunnah, nor is there any convincing proof for it.

In fact, we see that whoever says this does not implement the previous instruction of the Prophet (sallallaahu `alaihi wa sallam), "Say: O Allaah! send prayers on Muhammad, and on the family of Muhammad ..." ; there is more to this discussion in al-Asl (The Original Book Of The Prophet's Prayer Described). End Of Quote From the Shaykh.

Wallaahu Aalim.


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asalaam alaykum warahamtullahi wabarakuh
jazak Allah khair for the reply masha Allah.

I have another question regarding other sura recitation in 1st n 2nd rakaa when praying. After i recite fatiha(which is a must)then its sunnah to recite any other surah...my question is  do i have to recite the whole surah or i can just recite any ayah from a long surah?..example can i just recite ayatul Kusri instead of the whole surah baqarah? or can i just recite ayat (31:34) in surat luqman instead of reciting the whole surah?..i know short surahs but still dont know long ones.
also can add an ayah from any surah after short surah recitation? for example after reciting Surat Az-Zalzalah  can i recite aya (31:34) in suratul Luqman?...

pls help me insha Allah with dalil. Jazak Allah khair for ur time.
waalaykum salaam warahamtullahi wabaraktuh

This message was edited by polina1423 on 9-24-02 @ 4:57 AM






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