Category: Sujud Salah
Sujud Salah ~ Sujud (prostration) is one of the main pillars of daily prayer in Islam. In Sujud the tasbeeh recited is subhana rabbiyal a’la which means “Glory is to my Lord, the Most High”. It is the sunnah of Prophet Muhammad that he also recited this three times.
Salah is the second of five pillars of Islam. Performing Salah five times daily is compulsory for all Muslims past puberty, which is the age of legal responsibility. It gives us an opportunity to communicate with Allah, remember Him, show our gratitude to Him, with the act of prostration being the moment we are closest to Him. Salah is a gift for every believer and it is the first thing we are accounted for on the Day of Judgement.