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Recite Audibly Or Quietly In These Positions?

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Should one recite audibly (jahr) or quietly (ikhfaat) in the following positions in their daily prayers?

1) The sujdatain (prostration).

2) The tasleem.

3) When saying the mustahab phrases asta'3firullaha rabbi wa atubu ilaihi and sami3a allahu liman hamidahu.

If the sujdatain, for example, should be recited jahr in dhuhr and asr prayers and not in maghrib, isha, and subh prayers, then please include that information.

This was confusing for me as I was only able to find information about the ruku' and the people in my masjid, some recite the sujdatain jahr and some ikhfaat.

I'm confused.

Thanks for the help brothers and sisters.

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Fajr - everything is recited audibly.

Dhuhr - everything is recited audibly except for the 2 surahs in the first 2 rakaats, which are recited quietly. 3rd and 4th rakaats are also recited quietly.

Asr - everything is recited audibly except for the 2 surahs in the first 2 rakaats, which are recited quietly. 3rd and 4th rakaats are also recited quietly.

Maghrib - everything is recited audibly. 3rd rakaat is recited quietly.

Isha - everything is recited audibly. 3rd and 4th rakaats are recited quietly.

So in the 3 positions you have presented, they are all to be recited audibly, in all prayers.

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Fajr - everything is recited audibly.

Dhuhr - everything is recited audibly except for the 2 surahs in the first 2 rakaats, which are recited quietly.

Asr - everything is recited audibly except for the 2 surahs in the first 2 rakaats, which are recited quietly.

Maghrib - everything is recited audibly.

Isha - everything is recited audibly.

So in the 3 positions you have presented, they are all to be recited audibly, in all prayers.

Also want to note that in the third and fourth rakat in qiyam, it also should be recited quietly (sura fatiha or tasbihat arba)

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Also want to note that in the third and fourth rakat in qiyam, it also should be recited quietly (sura fatiha or tasbihat arba)

Astaghfirullah, I can't believe I forgot that! Thanks very much, I've edited my post just in case people miss reading your correction.

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This is my current understand of things:

Nothing is obligatory to recited aloud except the Qira'ah of salaat al-Fajr and al-`Ishaa'ain if you are a male.

Qunoot is mustahabb aloud. The takbeeraat (all of them) are mustahabb aloud.

The other parts of salaah are mustahabb aloud (everything i believe) if you are an imaam of a jamaa`ah. If you are praying by yourself, you have the option between two permissible things.

The imaam should not hear anything from the maamun.

when I have more time I will try to bring narrations about these things.

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(bismillah)

This is my current understand of things:

Nothing is obligatory to recited aloud except the Qira'ah of salaat al-Fajr and al-`Ishaa'ain if you are a male.

Qunoot is mustahabb aloud. The takbeeraat (all of them) are mustahabb aloud.

The other parts of salaah are mustahabb aloud (everything i believe) if you are an imaam of a jamaa`ah. If you are praying by yourself, you have the option between two permissible things.

The imaam should not hear anything from the maamun.

when I have more time I will try to bring narrations about these things.

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dont know if ur trying to be fancy here but this kinda of means (i may be wrong) the two isha's, is that some smart way of saying maghrib and Isha?

so qiraat out loud in fajr maghrib and isha is what ur saying?

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dont know if ur trying to be fancy here but this kinda of means (i may be wrong) the two isha's, is that some smart way of saying maghrib and Isha?

so qiraat out loud in fajr maghrib and isha is what ur saying?

al-`Ishaa'ain refers to maghrib and `ishaa', yes. The more popular phrase is "maghribain" but the word, as far as I know, used in hadith and by classical scholars [ra] is al-`ishaa'ain (ÇáÚÔÇÁíä).

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