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Mari Sembahyang Perempuan Pdf Fr

Mari Sembahyang Perempuan Pdf Fr

Mari Sembahyang Perempuan Pdf Fr is a book that can help you learn more about the Islamic prayer for women. It covers the conditions, the pillars, the obligations, the sunnahs, the manners, and the common mistakes of the prayer. It also explains the differences between men and women in prayer, such as the dress code, the posture, the voice, and the leadership. The book is written in Malay language and has 96 pages.

The book was written by Ahmad Sonhadji Mohamad, a Malaysian scholar who has authored several books on Islamic topics. The book was published in 1988 by Syarikat Bin Yahya, a publisher based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The book is available online for free download on Scribd. You can also buy a softcover edition from the publisher or from online stores like Amazon or eBay.

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Whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner of the Islamic prayer for women, Mari Sembahyang Perempuan Pdf Fr can be a valuable resource for you. It can help you improve your knowledge and practice of the prayer, as well as your connection with Allah. You can also share it with your friends and family who are interested in learning more about this topic.

The Conditions of the Prayer

The conditions of the prayer are the prerequisites that must be fulfilled before performing the prayer. They include:

  • Being a Muslim

  • Being sane and mature

  • Being free from menstruation and postnatal bleeding

  • Being in a state of ritual purity (wudu or ghusl)

  • Covering the awrah (the parts of the body that must be concealed)

  • Facing the qiblah (the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca)

  • Having the intention (niyyah) for the prayer

  • Praying at the prescribed time

If any of these conditions are missing, the prayer is invalid and must be repeated. Therefore, it is important to make sure that you meet all of them before starting your prayer.

The Pillars of the Prayer

The pillars of the prayer are the essential parts that must be performed in every unit (rak'ah) of the prayer. They include:

  • Standing upright (if able)

  • Reciting Surah al-Fatihah (the opening chapter of the Quran)

  • Bowing (ruku')

  • Rising from bowing

  • Prostrating (sujud)

  • Rising from prostration

  • Sitting between two prostrations

  • The final sitting (tashahhud)

  • The salutation (taslim)

If any of these pillars are omitted intentionally or unintentionally, the prayer is invalid and must be repeated.