Hadiths Regarding what invalidate the SALAH…!!!
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‘Aishah (r.a) says: “I asked the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.w) about turning in salah and he said: ‘It is the portion that the Satan steals from the slave’s prayer.'” [Ahmad, al-Bukhari, an-Nasa’i, and Abu Dawud]
Abu ad-Darda’ (r.a) narrates from the Prophet (s.a.w.w): “O people, be careful about turning for there is no salah for the one who turns. If you must do it, do it in the voluntary prayers and not in the obligatory prayers.” [related by Ahmad]
Anas (r.a) relates that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.w) said to him: “Be careful about turning during the salah as turning in the salah is disastrous. If you must do it, then do it in the voluntary prayers but not in the obligatory prayers.” [related by at-Tirmidhi who calls it sahih]
Abu Dharr (r.a) reported that the Prophet (s.a.w.w) said: “Allah faces the slave while he is in the salah and keeps facing him as long as he does not turn. If [the slave] turns, [Allah] turns away from him.” [Ahmad and Dawud. Dawud said its chain of narrators (isnad) is sahih]
An-Nawawi says: “If a person performs a lot of actions that are not part of the salah, he invalidates his salah, and, on this point, there is no difference of opinion.One is not harmed in his salah by common acts such as nodding in reply to a salutation, taking off one’s shoes, raising the headdress and putting it back in place, putting on or taking off a light garment, carrying or holding a small child, preventing someone from passing in front of the person in prayer, covering one’s spittle in one’s clothing and similar other actions. As for the other acts, those which are considered to constitute many actions (e.g., taking many consecutive steps, performing actions repeatedly) they invalidate the prayer. An-Nawawi also says: “The scholars are in agreement that many actions invalidate the prayer if they are performed consecutively [i.e., one after another]. If one separates the actions, for instance, taking a step and then stopping for a while, then taking another step or two, and then another two steps, after a pause (though a short one) between them, then the salah will not be harmed, even if he in this manner should take a hundred or more steps. AshShaf’i says: “Even if one counts the verses on one’s fingers, it would not invalidate one’s salah, but it is best to avoid [such an act].”