In prayer its hated to… Al-Fawzaan

Al-Fawzān: It is hated to turn around with one’s face and chest in the Salāh.

– It is hated to look toward the sky in the Salāh.

– It is hated to close one’s eyes during Salāh unnecessarily as this is a Jewish practice.

– It is hated to lean on one’s forearms when sitting during Salāh.

– It is hated to fiddle in the Salāh such as playing with one’s leg, beard, garment, etc.

– It is hated to place one’s hands
on one’s waist during Salāh.

– It is hated to interlace or crack one’s fingers in the Salāh.

– It is hated to pray in a place that has pictures or drawings.

– It is hated to pray when one needs to relieve himself, is disturbed by weather, or is hungry.

– It is hated to pray when food that one desires has been made, ready to eat.

– It is hated to prostrate only on the forehead and exclude the nose like the Rāfidhah [Shī’ah].

– It is hated to wipe whatever attaches to the forehead or nose during the Salāh. [Al-Mulakhas al-Fiqhī, 1/2.7]

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