Does sajda as-sahw (prostration of forgetfulness) become necessary if we change the places of the invocations that we recite in ruku and sajdah?
Submitted by on Sun, 03/05/2015 - 21:15
Dear Brother / Sister,
The prayer is not invalidated when someone says "subhana rabbiyal a'la" (Glory be to my Lord, the Most High) in ruku (bowing in prayer) or "subhana rabbiyal azim" (Glory be to my Lord Almighty) in sajdah (prostration); there is no need to perform sajda as-sahw due to it.
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