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Hands Down In Prayer Wajib?

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Salam,

The shia ithna Asharia believes the sunnah of rasool Allah (saw) to be putting the hands down in prayer by the sides.

Now if we were to change that sunnah to hands folded for example now that would be a bid3ad (an innovation).

In Islam a bid'ah is regarded as an addition or a lessening of the actual sunnah. And as the narration goes, every innovation is a misguidance, and every misguidance is in the hell fire.

Therefore we would be adding to the sunnah of the prophet actions without his permission or the permission of those entrusted of the religion from after him.

Hence this renders the crossing of the hands as a bid'ah, a misguidance and essentially no worth in its action, according to the traditions of the 12ers.

wasalaaam

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Is it wajib to pray with the hands down? (while prayer alone at home, so NO taqiyya)

In man layhdarho al faqih Imam Al Saddiq (as) explains the salat from A to Z he states under Bab wasf al salat min fatihati ila gatimatiha page 303

باب وصف الصلاة من فاتحتها إلى خاتمتها

ولا تكفر فإنما يصنع ذلك المجوس

''And do not do kufr (folding hands) for that is what the majus do (disbelievers of persia did)'' ~ Al Saddiq (as)

http://www.mezan.net...aqih-1/a47.html

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Edited by ana_ma3a_al_haq

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