Abu Bakr Zoud – When to say Allahu Akbar when moving from one pillar to another in the Prayer

Abu Bakr Zoud
AI: Summary © The speaker explains that when individuals receive instructions on how to say certain phrases during their court career, they are advised to say "Returnsuays" instead of " honestly." They also explain that the prayer is supposed to be continuous throughout their career, even if they may not stop at any point.
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When you're moving from one position to another position in a solid, when are you supposed to say Allahu Akbar, you're supposed to say it. Throughout the movement, you're not supposed to say it from when you move, Yanni, let's say you're standing and you want to go to a record, you don't say, Allahu Akbar. And then you move into ROCOR, let the trunk and you don't move into record. And when you're finally in record, you say, Allahu Akbar, that's wrong. The correct is to say, Allahu Akbar, as you're moving from one position to another. So when you want to go into court, you will say, Allah, Allahu Akbar, and you stretch it out until you reach the next position. This is how you see

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it. Why? So that the prayer not a single moment is that you remain silent from the Crow law. The prayer is supposed to be continuous advocate. You're not supposed to stop even a microsecond from the Quran, Allah subhanahu wata Island.

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