Based on the works of the great scholar of Hadith, Shaikh Al-Albaani – May Allah have mercy on him.
Third Edition | Abu Khadeejah Abdul-Wahid Alam | Salafi Publications
The Prayer is an act of worship. the Muslims are expected to pray just as the Prophet (peace an blessings of Allah be upon him) prayed, and in doing so they follow his example. there are an abundance of authentic narrations which describe every minute detail of the Prophet’s prayer from its beginning to its end. when these narrations are gathered together and placed in a sequential order, it is as if one is watching the Prophet (peace an blessings of Allah be upon him) himself praying — and that is the intent behind the saying of the Messenger of Allah (peace an blessings of Allah be upon him), “Pray just as you have seen me praying” [Reported by Al-Bukhari] Since the prayer is the second Pillar of Islam after the testimony of faith, it is important that one prays correctly.
This concise booklet precisely describes the Prophets Prayer with an additional chapter that explains some details regarding prayer times, conditions of the Prayer, how to perform ablution (wudu) the virtues of the prayer and the dangers of abandoning it.