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Sajdah: Feet And Takbir

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(salam)

1) After performing Sajdah, one should sit on his left thigh, placing the instep of the right foot on the sole of the left foot. (http://www.najaf.org/english/book/1/inside/111.htm)

Question: How about during the Sajdah?

2) After every Sajdah, when a person has sat down and his body is composed, one should say takbir.

(http://www.najaf.org/english/book/1/inside/111.htm)

Question: Can one raise his hands by the ears, remain steady, and say takbir?

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Bismihi Ta'ala

1) By this question, I take it you mean where the relevant body parts should be in Sujood. The forehead is placed on the turbah (or any other valid material for doing Sujood on), the palms, knees and toes on the ground.

According to the rulings of Sayyid Sistani:

1070. In Sajdah a person offering prayers should place his two palms on the ground. In a state of helplessness, there will be no harm in placing the back of the hands on the ground, and if even this is not possible, he should, on the basis of precaution, place the wrists of hands on the ground. And if he cannot do even this, he should place any part of the body up to his elbow on the ground, and if even that is not possible it is sufficient to place the arms on the ground.

1071. In Sajdah, a person should place his two big toes on the ground, but it is not necessary to place the tips of the toes. If he places the outer or the inner parts of the toes, it will be proper. But if he places, instead other smaller toes on the ground, or the outer part of his feet, or if his big toe does not rest on the ground due to very long nails, his namaz will be void. And if a person does not follow this rule due to ignorance or carelessness, he has to pray again.

2) It is mustahab to raise your hands at any time Takbir is said:

964. It is Mustahab for a person pronouncing the first Takbir of the prayers, and also the Takbirs which occur during the prayers, to raise his hands parallel to his ears.

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Salaam.

During Salaah... while in Juluws (sitting position) ones feet should be preferably crossed but this is not waajib thus can be straight if need be. (However certainly not more weight on the other side or only one foot over the other etc, I think this is the Ahl Sunna rules for Salaah).

Whenever in Salaah one has to recite the waajib Takbirs, it is mustahab to perforn its action (raising the hands/adrms to the level of one's head), except for the Takbiraat al-Ihram (which is the very first Takbir after the niyyah ie which starts the actual Salaah itself) this is waajib to raise the arms to ones head-level and remain till the full recitation of 'Allahu-Akbar' is completed.

In Sujuwd (postration position) ones feets must not be crossed, also it is waajib to ensure that the tips of the thumb-toes are pressed into the ground.

Fi-Amaanillah

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43 minutes ago, Propaganda_of_the_Deed said:

stock-vector-sujud-in-salah-prayer-67773

Can someone confirm if this is wajib (diagram of the "Shia" on the right). Are our feet supposed to be against eachother or very close when in sujood?

 

Good question, I have never heard anything about that before.

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9 hours ago, Propaganda_of_the_Deed said:

stock-vector-sujud-in-salah-prayer-67773

Can someone confirm if this is wajib (diagram of the "Shia" on the right). Are our feet supposed to be against eachother or very close when in sujood?

 

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https://purifiedhousehold.com/do-you-pray-like-Imam-al-Sadiq/

 

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10 hours ago, Propaganda_of_the_Deed said:

stock-vector-sujud-in-salah-prayer-67773

Can someone confirm if this is wajib (diagram of the "Shia" on the right). Are our feet supposed to be against eachother or very close when in sujood?

 

Please tell me this is a joke:einstein:  Namaz can't be this difficult. 

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