Continuation of raising voice in audible prayers.

SUNNAH:
Continuation of raising voice in audible prayers.
Q. Can we raise our voice in voluntary prayers?
A. Scholars are in consensus that it should be recited silently in day time, while the Sunnah prayers like Taraweeh and Qiyaam Al Layl, sunnah of Maghrib and ‘Ishaa, at night and is according to your situation. If you are alone it is better to recite loudly, if there are people sleeping or praying around you you can recite silently. You have the choice. Do what is better for your heart.
Q. If the women are praying in congregation the Prophet said the Sunnah is to clap if the Imam makes a mistake, while the men should do تسبيح.  What about if they were only praying together?
A. This is a matter of dispute amongst scholars. Some say as long as they are alone they can do تسبيح, others say no they should clap.
Q. How should you clap?
A. Some scholars said any way. Others, such as Shaykh Saleh AlFawzaan,  say the palm of the right hand on the back of the left hand.
Q. If you are praying and someone knocks on the door. What should you do?
A. You can clap or raise your voice with your Qur’an recitation, تسبيح. In the prayers which the Prophet recited silently sometimes he would raise his voice with the recitation.
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