Saturday, January 26, 2008


We are aware of the "pseudo"' salafis( wahabis) fabricating Islamic books and distriuting it freely to spread their evil Aqidah ( BELIEF) .

We all know that in Islam a woman has a slighty different postures while performing SALAH ( prayer). All these are based on authentic hadith, but the wahabis insist that a woman has same body postures just like a muslim man while performing salah.

A very detail article was posted on this topic in 2007. One should read that to see the truth.Please check this blog under 2007 artciles.

Here is yet another fabrication done by Sheikh Albani and Blindly followed by Wahabis.

This fabrication was pointed by bro sunni muslim.

The Salafis are known to have distorted certain texts, either in translation or the Arabic itself.

One that I found is in Al-Albani's Sifatu Salatin Nabi.

In the book he declares that women should pray like men for the generality of the hadith صلوا كما رأيتموني أصلي (pray as you have seen me pray) and he goes on to claim that this was the view of Ibrahim An-Nakha'i. He says:

وهو قول إبراهيم النخعي قال :
( تفعل المرأة في الصلاة كما يفعل الرجل )
أخرجه ابن أبي شيبة ( 1 / 75 / 2 ) بسند صحيح عنه

"This is the view of Ibrahim An-Nakha'i who said:

تفعل المرأة في الصلاة كما يفعل الرجل

'A woman does in prayer as does a man'

It has been transmitted by Ibn Abi Shaybah with an authentic chain." (Sifatu Salatin Nabi)

This quote of Al-Albani is still available on Salafi sites, such as

(It can also be found in English, for example, at

The actual hadith, as found in Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaybah (at harh=0 ) is:

تقعد المرأة في الصلاة كما يقعد الرجل

"A woman sits in prayer as sits a man"

This is a clear a distortion of the athar.

As a side note, this athar of An-Nakha'i actually means it is only permissible for a woman to sit in the same posture of a man.

In fact another narration shows Ibrahim An-Nakha'i said that a woman should sit to her side (which Al-Albani conveniently overlooked):

إبْرَاهِيمَ قَالَ : تَجْلِسُ الْمَرْأَةُ مِنْ جَانِبٍ فِي الصَّلَاةِ

Ibrahim said "A woman sits to the side in prayer." (Musannaf, number 10 in the above link)