What Is the Ruling of Not Reciting Al-Fatihah in the Last Two Rakahs?
Reciting Al-Fatihah in the Last Two Rakahs
What is the ruling of offering prayer (making Salah) without reciting Surat Al-Fatihah (the Opening Surah) in the third and fourth rak`ahs?
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According to the Hanafi School of Fiqh, it is better to recite Surat Al-Fatihah in the last two rak`ahs of the obligatory prayer (the five prescribed prayers). However, if the worshiper remains silent and does not recite it, then he committed a mistake but his prayer is valid. Another view holds that he has not committed a mistake because it is authentically established, according to Hanafis, that the Muslim is given the choice to recite the Al-Fatihah or remain silent in the last two rak`ahs of the obligatory prayer.
However, there is a clear and authentic hadith in the Sunnah in which the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “He who does not recite Fatihat al-Kitab is not credited with having observed prayer.” (Agreed Upon)
In this short video, Dr. Muhammad Salah explains the answer of that question.
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