While in salah in congregation, if someone from the congregation behaves in such a way that requires sajda as-sahw, what must he/she do?
Submitted by on Sat, 02/05/2015 - 18:12
Dear Brother / Sister,
If someone reads salli barik prayers in the first sitting of a three or four rak’ah salah by accident, his/her salah is acceptable. He/she does not need to perform it again. In a situation like this, he/she must perform sajda as-sahw.
However, if someone makes such a mistake in a prayer performed in congregation, he/she does not need to perform sajda as-sahw. His/her salah is acceptable.
Questions on Islam
- If we perform more rak'ahs than necessary in the fard of a salah, what must we do? Can we perform more rak'ahs than necessary in the fard of a salah intentionally?
- Is sajdah as-sahw (prostration of forgetfulness) necessary if someone reads surah of al-Fatiha instead of at-Tahiyyat by mistake in the first or last sitting of prayer?
- Why do we read salli-barik prayers in the first sitting of the first sunnah of the afternoon and night salahs? In case of forgetting to read them, do we have to make sajda as-sahw?
- What should a person who joins the imam in a congregational prayer after the first rak'ah and who gives salam (salutes) with the imam at the end of the prayer by mistake do?
- Can a person continue to perform prayer if he/she stumbles and falls down while praying?
- What must we do if we make salutations by accident at the first sitting in a four-rak'ah-salah?
- What should a person who forgets to read zamm-i surah (additional chapter or verses) after reciting al-Fatiha but goes to ruku and remembers it there do?
- Sajdah as-Sahw
- How many missed (qada) can be performed the most a day? If a person who did not perform salah for ten years wants to perform them as qada and performs a hundred missed prayers a day, are these salahs accepted?
- How do I rectify this mistake in a prayer?