Muslim scholars have different opinions concerning the ruling of the prostration due to the Qur’anic recitation. Majority of Muslim scholars are of the opinion that it is Sunnah; Ahnaf are of the opinion that it is mandatory.
Some scholars stipulate purity for this prostration while others allowed performing it even without purity. The reason for this disagreement is whether it is called prayer or not. Those who considered it prayer set the condition of being in the state of purity; and those who did not consider it prayer permitted it without Taharah.
The evidence for the second Takbeer is proved from the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) that he used to say Takbeer whenever he stands up and goes down in prayer. Making Salaam is not compulsory according to the correct opinion. It is also allowed to prostrate for recital of Qur’an during the times when performing prayers is dislikeable.
For sisters, also some scholars (who consider it salat) say the women should cover herself and wear a veil, others (who don’t consider it salat) say it’s okay to perform it without a veil.
(Sajada wajHiya lillathiy khalaqahu wa sawwaraHu wa shaqqa sam’aHu wa basaraHu bihaulihi wa quwwatiHi fatabaarak Allahu ahsanul khaliqiyn.)
"Islam has never sought to put an equal sign between the sexes. ‘Woman’ can neither be studied nor understood in a context independent of ‘man’. The two are inseparable. The Prophet declared that women were “… the twin-halves of men.” The Qur’an confirmed this inter-dependence when it declared “They are your garments, and you are their garments.” And in a passage with sublime literary beauty the Qur’an (al-Lail, 92:1-4) first directed attention to the ‘night’ and that which it shrouds and conceals with such mystery and splendor, and then turned to the ‘day’ with its bright light which exposes everything and leaves nothing concealed, and then proceeded to explain that the ‘male’ and the ‘female’ are functionally analogous to the ‘day’ and the ‘night’. In the same way that ‘day’ and ‘night’ are functionally different yet interdependent, so too are the ‘male’ and ‘female’."
regarding the halal nailpolish. I saw that few videos of girls who tested it on youtube. Most of them agreed that it is true, but unfortunately even small amount of false claim can be considered as "Shubha".
First let me just say jazakAllah khairan ❤, and second and third and forth .. I am not ‘alimah/sheikh to say what’s halal and what’s not, nor am I a scientist or a chemist or whatever you have to be to know how this nail polish formula is functioning. and so, I really don’t know if it’s okay to use it during prayer or not? I just added my experience on using it, and basically when you put on a layer of it it feels different than the usual nail polish, it’s thinner and more like colouring your nail with a colouring pen or a marker pen and it goes off easily, But is it breathable? I personally cannot answer this question.
ردًا على الفيلم المسيء لرسولنا الكريم علية افضل الصلاة والسلام قامت جمعية (Discover Islam UK) في لندن بتوزيع أكثر من 110.000 نسخة من القرآن المترجم، وسيرة النبي على المواطنين في لندن وهي ردة فعل ذكية وفقهم الله لنصرة الحبيب ودينه.
In response to the film abuser of the Holy Prophet Muhammad upon him blessings and peace The Association (Discover Islam UK) in London Distributed more than 110,000 copies of the Koran translator, And the life of the Prophet Mohammed on the citizens of London They reacted smart and bless God for victory beloved and religion.
Reciting Surah Al-Fatiha - Al-Ikhlas upon the Dead person is Bid’ah “وكل بدعة ضلالة “, please spread this for I have seen a lot of posts lately that was asking for a group reading for dead friends and relatives.