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What one says when he has risen his head from the rukūʿ

وبه قال محمد: سألت أحمد بن عيسى قلت: إذا رفعت رأسك من الركوع فقلت: سمع الله لمن حمده، تقول ربنا لك الحمد؟ قال: نعم. قلت: إماماً كنت أو غير إمام؟ قال: نعم.


Muḥammad said: I asked Aḥmad b. ʿĪsā, I said: When you have risen your head from the rukūʿ, and you have said “samiʿAllāhu li-man ḥamidah” (God has heard the one who praised him), do you say “rabbanā laka ‘l-ḥamd” (Our Lord, praise be to you)?

He said: Yes.

I said: Whether you are an imām or other than an imām?

He said: Yes.



قال محمد: وكذلك نقول كما قال أحمد بن عيسى.


Muḥammad said: And thus do we say as Aḥmad b.ʿĪsā said.


قال محمد: سمعت قاسم بن إبراهيم كأنه يكره ذلك للإمام.


Muḥammad said: I heard Qāsim b. Ibrāhīm (and it was) as though he disliked that for the imām.