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Phone ringing during Salaah

 

Q: If one's phone rings during Salaah, can one remove the phone from the pocket and pouch in order to switch it off? If one removes the phone to switch it off, will the salaah break?

 

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A: If switching off the phone involves ‘amal qaleel (a little movement), one should switch it off and his Salaah will not break. However, if switching off the phone involves ‘amal katheer (a lot of movement), he should not switch it off. If he does switch it off his Salaah will break. ‘Amal katheer refers to that amount of movement in Salaah which, if any person who is out of Salaah observed him doing that action, he would have thought that the person was not in Salaah.

One should ensure that one switches off one's phone before entering the Musjid so that it does not become a means of distracting one during Salaah or causing inconvenience to the other musallees.

( و ) يفسدها ( كل عمل كثير ) ليس من أعمالها ولا لإصلاحها وفيه أقوال خمسة أصحها ( ما لا يشك ) بسببه ( الناظر ) من بعيد ( في فاعله أنه ليس فيها ) وإن شك أنه فيها أم لا فقليل

في رد المحتار : قوله ( وفيه أقوال خمسة أصحها ما لا يشك الخ ) صححه في البدائع وتابعه الزيلعي والولوالجي وفي المحيط أنه الأحسن وقال الصدر الشهيد إنه الصواب وفي الخانية والخلاصة إنه اختيار العامة وقال في المحيط وغيره رواه الثلجي عن أصحابنا حلية (رد المحتار ١/٦٢٤)

نقل عن خط صاحب البحر على هامشه أن القطع يكون حراما ومباحا ومستحبا وواجبا فالحرام لغير عذر والمباح إذا خاف فوت مال والمستحب القطع للإكمال والواجب لإحياء نفس (رد المحتار ٢/٥٢)

 

Answered by:

Mufti Zakaria Makada

Checked & Approved:

Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach)

 

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