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Sujood as-Sahw´ del 2
Giving Salutations (Salaam) Before Completion Of The Prayer
By: Shaykh Muhammad Saaleh al-Uthaymeen (rahimahullah)
Source: Risaalah fi Sujood as-Sahw – Prostration for Forgettfulness in the Prayer
Giving salutation before the completion of the Prayer is a case of addition in the Prayer. So whoever gives the salutation before the completion of the Prayer deliberately, then his prayer is nullified.
If, however, it is done due to forgetfulness, and he does not remember this until after a long time then he should repeat his prayer again. If he remembers a short time later, such as after two or three minutes, then he should complete his prayer and salutation, and then prostrate for forgetfulness, and then give salutation (again).
The proof for this is the hadeeth of Aboo Hurairah (radi Allaahu anh) who said that, ”The Prophet (salla Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) lead them in the Zuhr prayer or the ´Asr prayer and gave the salutation after two rak´ahs. Then he departed quickly from one of the doors of the mosque, and the people were saying that the prayer had been decreased. The Prophet (salla Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) meanwhile, stood by a piece of wood placed in the mosque, leaning against it, as if he was angry. So a man stood and said, ”O Messenger of Allaah, have you forgotten or has the prayer been reduced?” So the Prophet (salla Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) said, ”I did not forget nor has it been reduced.” So the man said, ”Rather you have indeed forgotten.” So the Prophet (salla Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) said to the Companions, ”Is what he is saying true?” They said, ”Yes” So the Prophet (salla Alllaahu alayhi wa sallam) went forward and prayed what remained of his prayer, then he gave the salutation, then he prostrated twice, then he gave the salutation.” (Agreed upon)1
An if the Imaam gives the salutation before completion of his prayer and there are some followers who missed part of the prayer and who stand up to make up what they had missed, and then the Imaam remembers that there is something incomplete in his prayer that he has to make up for, so hes tands to complete that – then in this case the followers, who have already stood to complete what they missed have a choice between continuing to make up what they missed and then performing prostration for forgetfulness, and between returning to following the Imaam – and when he performs the salutation to complete what they had missed – and then to prostrate for forgetfulness after giving the salutation, and this is more right and is more prudent.
1: Reported by Al-Bukharee (Eng. Trans. Vol. 2, nos. 318-321) and (Muslim Eng. Trans. Vol. 1, nos. 1182-1186).