Raising the Hands in Prayer and the Scholars' Position on It )A Comparative Study of Jurisprudential Schools( رفع اليدين في الصلاة وموقف العلماء منه (دراسة مقارنة بين المذاهب الفقهية)

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Dr. Zia ul Haq
Dr. Hafiz Muneer
Dr. Ikram Ul Haq


Indeed, raising the hands is a Sunnah of the Prophet (peace be upon him), and it has been established from the Prophet (peace be upon him) in four instances during the prayer: at the Takbir al-Ihram (the opening Takbir), during Ruku' (bowing), upon rising from it, and when standing up from the first Tashahhud (testification of faith), as we will see in this concise section. The objective of this research is to present the evidence of both groups (those who raise their hands and those who do not) and then discuss the arguments provided by the scholars. Subsequently, we aim to arrive at the reality of this matter through clear and unequivocal evidence. This is intended as a gift to readers and researchers seeking the truth. We ask Allah, the Highest, to guide our steps and grant us success in what He loves and is pleased with. May Allah's peace and blessings be upon the best of His creation, Muhammad, and upon his family and all his companions.

Keywords: raising the hands, A Comparative Study, Sunnah of the Prophe.

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