۲۸ مرداد ۱۳۹۸ |١٧ ذو الحجة ١٤٤٠ | Aug 19, 2019
how to pray

If prayer is accepted, other acts will be accepted, and if it is rejected, other acts will be similarly rejected.

Hawzah News Agency – The writer has allocated chapter one of his book to introduction. In this chapter he states: Prayer is described as the foundation of Islam and the pillar of the religion. It is the first thing that all individuals will be questioned about on the Day of Judgment. Whoever that does not pray deliberately, has no ties to the Islamic religion; that to neglect offering the prayers is the boundary between disbelief and faith; that the prayers are the link between the slave and his master and it is what reminds the slave of his master.

Considerable attention should be paid to the prayers. Prayer must be performed with full orientation and focus. The careful performance and completion of its various parts like bowing, prostrations and all other parts ensures its acceptance by almighty Allah. If prayer is accepted, other acts will be accepted, and if it is rejected, other acts will be similarly rejected.

It is regrettable that we see many followers of this religion neglect performing the prayers and to this we say “we are Allah’s and unto him we will return”. We hope that what we mention becomes a deterrent to those who have neglected their prayers from doing so, and as a catalyst to have greater interest in this obligation as “warning benefits believers” (51:55).

And the other chapters are as follow:

Chapter 2: Introduction to the Pillars of the Religion,

Chapter 3: The Prayers,

Chapter 4: Wudhu (Ablution by Water),

Chapter 5: Ghusl (Ritual Bath),

Chapter 6: Tayammum (Ablution by Earth),

Chapter 7: The Rest of the Conditions,

Chapter 8: The Adhan and the Iqamah,

Chapter 9: How to Perform the Daily Prayer,

Chapter 10: Doubts that can be Remedied and do not In-validate the Prayers.

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