7 mistakes while observing Salah, please avoid these mistakes
By Abidemi123 | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 2 views
1.Reading too fast:you must not be faster than your cleric you must always read the Al-Quran with a calm voice and not rushing,while reading Al-Quran you must read it with patient and understanding because of the prayers in it.
2.Finger and toes not facing Qiblah:the fingers and toes must face the Qiblah.
4.Changing position before Imam:do not change before the cleric,you should always follow his rules,do not change position of your standing before the cleric, you must always follow his regulation in order to avoid mistakes or destraction.
5.Not having straight back in Ruku:the back must be straight and not curvy or bent.
6.Not having nose touching ground in Sujud:the nose should be flat with the ground and not raised up a little bit.
7.Elbows touching ground in Sujud (when they shouldn't be):this is the commonest mistake,the elbow should rest on the ground and not raised up.
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