Sheikh Ahmed Mamdouh, Secretary of Fatwa at Dar Al Ifta, said that the Sarhan in prayer reduces the reverence for it and reduces its reward, but it does not invalidate it.
The Secretary of the Fatwa added, in his answer to the question “What is the ruling on Sarhan in prayer?”, That if a person is constantly in his prayer, then in this way the prayer does not change anything in his life, then he must strive himself when he enters into prayer and remembers that he is standing in the hands of God and that perhaps The last prayer he prays.
He pointed out that the reason for Sarhan in prayer is his entry into it and not looking at it before God Almighty, so a person should know that he is standing in the hands of God and put his gaze in front of the place of prostration so that he will not be released.
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