Is it permissible to read Subhanaka in a congregational prayer if the imam has started to read al-Fatiha?
Submitted by on Thu, 16/11/2017 - 11:50
Dear Brother / Sister,
When the imam has started to read al-Fatiha aloud in a congregational prayer, Subhanaka is not read and the imam is listened. However, since the imam reads silently in the third and fourth rak’ahs, a person can read the Subhanaka that he has not been able to read in the first rak’ah.
If a person reads Subhanaka while the imam is reading aloud, the prayer of that person is not harmed.
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