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      • Unintentionally Reciting Chapter al-Tawhīd during One’s Cautionary Prayer
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        Unintentionally Reciting Chapter al-Tawhīd during One’s Cautionary Prayer

        Q: Assuming the cautionary prayer becomes binding upon one and he/she mistakenly recites the chapter al-Tawhīd, during the cautionary prayer, and realized his/her mistake after the prayer, what is one’s duty in such cases? What is the ruling were one to realize of his/her mistake whilst reading al-Tawhīd during one’s cautionary prayer?
        A: Assuming one realizes his/her error after the prayer, one’s prayer will be deemed valid; moreover, if one realizes his/her error during the recitation of the chapter, he/she ought to abandon reciting it, go into rukū‘ and his/her prayer will be valid.
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