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When to do sajadah when reciting the Qura

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Printed Date: 23 October 2014 at 10:23am


Topic: When to do sajadah when reciting the Qura
Posted By: Sherah
Subject: When to do sajadah when reciting the Qura
Date Posted: 09 March 2012 at 10:50am
Can some one pls help me with this. I hv no idea when to go on sajadah while reciting the Quran



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Posted By: Full of Hopes
Date Posted: 15 July 2012 at 5:33pm
I know it's a late reply but it might help.. There are sign on Quran to show u the places of sajdah,, is this ur question?

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And whoever seeks a religion other than Islâm, it will never be accepted of him, and in the Hereafter he will be one of the losers(3:85)


Posted By: shamypnr
Date Posted: 09 August 2012 at 10:46pm
Assalamualikum Brother,

Is there a time based restriction for Sajdah tilawah. Recently while i was reciting Quraan after Asar prayer, i have come across sajda and i did the sujood. Immediately a brother came and told me that Allah will not accept the sujood if we does it between Asar and Maghrib prayer. We should perform this after the Maghrib prayer. This was really a surprise information for me. I have beeen looking for a Hadith to clarify this. Please can anyone help me with a Hadith regarding this matter.

May Allah show us the right path and right knowledge.


Posted By: Full of Hopes
Date Posted: 12 August 2012 at 11:14pm
Originally posted by shamypnr

Assalamualikum Brother,

Is there a time based restriction for Sajdah tilawah. Recently while i was reciting Quraan after Asar prayer, i have come across sajda and i did the sujood. Immediately a brother came and told me that Allah will not accept the sujood if we does it between Asar and Maghrib prayer. We should perform this after the Maghrib prayer. This was really a surprise information for me. I have beeen looking for a Hadith to clarify this. Please can anyone help me with a Hadith regarding this matter.

May Allah show us the right path and right knowledge.


  May Allah bless u. I really dislike those people who hear from one scholar or mathhab then go like "we are the only right ones! everyone else is wrong"


 There are things that the scholars didn't agree on. Like this case your mentioned. prayers for a certain reason like sujud Telawah and other prayers like Majid greeting some say yes you can do it some say no. So u just follow a scholar that you trust.


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And whoever seeks a religion other than Islâm, it will never be accepted of him, and in the Hereafter he will be one of the losers(3:85)


Posted By: Friendship
Date Posted: 14 August 2012 at 8:56am
Assalamu alaikum.


Sujud is to be done not only when one recites the holy Qur'an, but at any time one feels to humble himself. This is called 'Shukr sujud' different from that of Tilawat/reciting. I think there are about twelve places in the Qur'an.

Friendship.


Posted By: abuayisha
Date Posted: 14 August 2012 at 9:10am

Some of the scholars were of the view that it is not prayer, because the definition of prayer does not apply to it, as it is not proven in the Sunnah that there is any takbeer (saying “Allaahu akbar” as in the beginning of prayer) or tasleem (saying salaams, as at the end of prayer) involved in it. The ahaadeeth narrated concerning Sujood al-Tilaawah do not mention anything except sujood (prostration) – “he prostrated and we prostrated with him” – except for one hadeeth which was narrated by Abu Dawood, but its isnaad is subject to question (“he said ‘Allaahu akbar’ when he prostrated”). But there is no tasleem. It was not narrated in any hadeeth, da’eef (weak) or saheeh (sound), that he said tasleem after doing sujood al-tilaawah. If if there is no saheeh hadeeth to indicate that one should say tasleem, then it is not prayer, because prayer has to begin with takbeer and end with tasleem. This is the view favoured by Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him). On this basis there is no need for tahaarah (to have wudoo’) or to cover one’s ‘awrah or to face the qiblah. It is permissible to prostrate even if one has broken one’s wudoo’ (minor impurity). Whoever studies the words of Ibn Taymiyah will see that the correct view is that which he expressed, which is that sujood al-tilaawah is not prayer and is not subject to the same conditions as prayer. If you recite Qur’aan from memory and you do not have wudoo’, and you come to an aayah where sujood is required, then according to this view you may prostrate and it is OK. Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him), even though he was known to be very strict, used to prostrate when he did not have wudoo’, but to be on the safe side it is better not to prostrate without having wudoo’. 

Al-Sharh al-Mumti’ by Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, vol. 4, p. 126 

On this basis, it is permissible to read Qur’aan after praying Fajr, indeed it is mustahabb. With regard to the issue of the reader coming across an aayah where sujood al-tilaawah is required, after Fajr or after ‘Asr, Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked whether the person who is reading Qur’aan after ‘Asr or after Fajr should do sujood al-tilaawah. He said: 

It is prescribed to do sujood al-tilaawah after Fajr and after ‘Asr, because this is something that is done for a reason, and because it does not come under the rulings of prayer according to the more correct of the two scholarly views. Rather it comes under the ruling of reading Qur’aan and saying tasbeeh (“subhaan Allaah”) and tahleel (“laa ilaaha ill-Allaah”), so it is permissible for the one who is reading Qur’aan to do sujood al-tilaawah, even if he does not have wudoo’, according to the more correct of the two scholarly opinions. 

Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him), vol. 2, p. 344 

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Posted By: Friendship
Date Posted: 14 August 2012 at 9:24am
Assalamu alaika.


That is correct. On performing the Sujud one does not make Tasbih. I says: I have this sujud to You Allah. Accept it.
What do you say?

Friendship.


Posted By: abosait
Date Posted: 15 August 2012 at 11:02am
Originally posted by Friendship

Assalamu alaika.


That is correct. On performing the Sujud one does not make Tasbih. I says: I have this sujud to You Allah. Accept it.
What do you say?

Friendship.
Wa 'alaykum assalam wa Rahmtullah.

Could you give reference to the order making this sujood compulsory. Is there any specific instruction as to what is to be recited. During taraveh prayers the imam says Allahu Akbar before and after prostration. Is this from the sunnah?



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