بسمه تعالی إنا لله و انا الیه راجعون رحلت عالم ربّانی، ادیب فرزانه و استاد محقّق حجة الاسلام و المسلمین آقای حاج سیدهاشم هاشمی گلپایگانی رحمة الله علیه موجب تأسف و تاثر گردید. این مصیبت را به خاندان معظم آیة الله العظمی مرحوم آقاسید جمال...
پنجشنبه: 1399/07/3 - (الخميس:6/صفر/1442)

Salam in the prayers

 

1114. While a person sits after reciting Tashahhud in the last Rak'at, and his body is tranquil, it is Mustahab to say:Assalamu ‘Alayka Ayyuhan Nabiyyu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh.
Then it is obligatory to say: Assalamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh.

Or alternatively, he can say: Assalamu Alayna Wa Ala Ibadi llahis Salihin.

But if he recites this Salam, then as per obligatory precaution, he must follow it up with saying: Assalamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh.

Although the obligation of saying “Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh” is as per precautionary measure.

1115. If a person forgets the Salam of prayers, and remembers when the form of Namaz has not be disrupted, nor has he performed any act, which if done intentionally or forgetfully, invalidates the prayers e.g. turning away from Qibla, he should recite the Salam and his prayers will be valid.

1116. If a person forgets the Salam of prayers, and remembers after the form of prayers has been disrupted; if he has not performed any act, which if done intentionally or forgetfully, invalidates the prayers e.g. turning away from Qibla, he should recite the Salam and his prayers will be valid. And if he has performed an act which if done intentionally or forgetfully, invalidates the prayers, his prayers is void.

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Islamic Laws (Taudheeh Al-Masail)