Topics: Electric charge, Muhammad, Isha'a Pages: 3 (805 words) Published: April 8, 2013
Name:Muhammad Al-Fateh Bin Mohd Fadli
Group:Usul 5
Close the Saf prayer, the more the Forgotten Sunnah
General purpose:
explain the advantage and how to straighten the saf prayer
Specific purpose:
a sunnah Prophet is bridging saf, many do not bother to know or ignore this sunnah, if we to appreciate this sunnah we will find many advantages if practice it as united all Muslims and some Proven test had shown bridging saf can revitalize our bodies and can rebalance the charges of the human body when bridging shoulders and feet of each other during prayer congregation. 1.Introduction

A-Whether you noticed or not, saf in congregational prayers now more and more long-distant, previously before the prayer of the things that is emphasized by the imam is close the saf until shoulder meets the shoulder and leg meets the leg. In Islam every smallest thing but actually though it will have a big effect if practiced or not (left) One of the reasons Muslims now increasingly lack a sense of closeness and solidarity was that saf a distant prayer. B -Straightening of a row in a congregational prayer is Sunnah of Prophet Even some ulama regard the completion of saf in prayer is obligatory. According to Shaykh Muhammad al-Albanian Nashiruddeen: "Setting up and straighten the saf the ruling required because there is an order comes from the Prophet. Sentence order was originally meant mandatory, unless there is indication that the shift from the sense of obligation. However, very few among us who practice it. In their perception of perfection but by ensuring saf prayer straight line. C- Sunnah of the Prophet s.a.w. This seemed to have disappeared from the mosques in Malaysia. I ever try to practice this sunnah in a congregational prayer in mosques, but the results were disappointing. Many of the congregation will keep ankles and knees each time I try to close the saf. They seem uncomfortable narrow and straightening of a row in this manner....
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