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Things which invalidate prayers » Ṣalawāt

Ruling 1110. Whenever one says or hears the blessed name of His Eminence the Messenger of Allah (Ṣ) – such as ‘Muḥammad’ and ‘Aḥmad’ – or an epithet (laqab) or kunyah(1) of his – such as ‘Muṣṭafā’ and ‘Abū al-Qāsim’ – even during prayers, it is recommended that he recites ṣalawāt.

Ruling 1111. When writing the blessed name of His Eminence the Messenger of Allah (Ṣ), it is recommended that one also writes ṣalawāt. Similarly, it is better that one recites ṣalawāt whenever he remembers His Eminence.

(1) This is an appellation given to someone as the father or mother of someone.
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