The Abridgement of the Prophet's Prayer Described by Muhammad Naasirud-Deen al-Albaanee. Salafi Publications Paperback 50 Pages Description I also gave particular attention to explaining some phrases occurring in some of the narrations and the adhkaar (words of remembrance of Allaah). I also provided major headings for each section, and also sub-headings for further clarification. Under these I quoted the points under discussion, numbered consecutively. Alongside each issue I quoted the ruling: whether it is a pillar (rukn) or an obligation (waajib). As for those matters about which I remained silent and did not mention a ruling, then they are from the Sunnah, and some of them carry the possibility of being declared obligatory–however stating one or the other with certainty would conflict with what is befitting from scholarly research ..." Method of Performing Salah According to the Salaf not according to any of the Madhabs (School of Thought) The Prophet's Prayer Described Facing The Ka'bah The Intention The Takbeer The Recitation The Bowing The Prostration About Shaykh Albani Sheikh Albani was born in Tirana, the capitol of Albania, in 1914 a.d. . His father was a Hanafi scholar in his hometown and educated his Son in Islamic Knowledge including the rules of Qur'anic recitation, Arabic grammar and Hanafi Fiqh He used to earn his living by working as a watchmaker, a trade he learned from his father. His specialized the field of hadith and its related sciences which lead him to teach Hadith at the Islamic University of Madinah, where he was also a member of the University board, He was forced to emigrate a number of times moving from Syria to Jordan, then Syria again, then Beirut, then the UAE, then again to Amman, Jordan. He passed away in the city of Amman Jordan in 1999 at the age of 86.