An explanation of the statements of Salaah [Updated]

A series of short lessons explaining the statements of Salaah. These lessons will cover important definitions as well as the various Adhkaar and Duaas which are said during different positions in Salaah, from Takbeer to Tasleem as well as Duaa al-Qunoot and Salaat Al-Janaazah.

This post will be regularly updated until the series is finished.

You can follow the lessons by using the following workbook: Download Arabic/English work book

Lesson 10:Further statements of Tahmeed after standing up from Rukoo; Different levels of Uboodiyyah; The relationship between Tawheed At-Ruboobiyyah and Tawheed Al-Uloohiyyah; Why nobody enters Jannah on the mere basis of knowledge Download Lesson 10

Lesson 9:What to say when standing up from Rukoo’; Download Lesson 9

Lesson 8:Different types of Tasbeehaat in the Rukoo; Download Lesson 8

Lesson 7:Rulings pertaining to Soorah Al-Faatihah, saying Aameen and reciting a Soorah after it; Tafseer Soorah Al-Faatiha Download Lesson 7

Lesson 6:An explanation of Al-Isti’aadhah; its different variations and the meaning of Shaytan and Rajeem; also an explanation of Bismillah.
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Lesson 5:An explanation of further variations of Duaa Al-Istiftaah. [Apologies for the poor audio quality on this recording]
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Lesson 4:The ruling of Dua Al-Istiftaah, when it is said and what a person does if he misses it out. Also an explanation of various different supplications a person can make at the beginning of Salaah.
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Lesson 3:The meaning and types of Khushoo’; How to attain Khushoo’ in Salaah; The meaning of Takbeer; The different types of Takbeer in Salaah; Can a person begin Salah by using a different wording for Takbeer; What does a person do if a he forgets to say Takbeer or has a doubt regarding it?
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Lesson 2:The linguistic and Islamic definition of Niyyah; Why the Niyyah is required; The linguistic and Islamic definition of Du’aa; its virtues, conditions, etiquettes, manners, how it is done and the different types of Du’aa
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Lesson 1:Introduction: The importance and benefits of Salaah, how to memorise, types of Ikhtilaaf and the linguistic and Islamic definition of Salaah.
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Abul Abbaas, Naveed Ayaaz

He is a graduate of the Islaamic University of Madeenah, having graduated from the Institute of Arabic Language, and later the Faculty of Sharee'ah in 2010. He currently resides in Nelson, Lancashire.

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