What do we recite in Sujud As-Sahw (Prostration of Forgetfulness)?
Sujud As-Sahw is defined as the two prostrations that one offers in order to compensate for mistakes occurring in the prayer due to forgetfulness (sahw).
Responding to this question, Dr. Muhammad Salah states that one can say whatever he/she recites in the ordinary prostration. So, one can say “Subhana Rabbiyal Al-`Ala” (How Perfect is my Lord, the Highest) three times. In addition, one can invoke Allah Almighty with any supplication as he/she wishes.
Do not miss watching this interesting fatwa with Dr. Muhammad Salah to learn more about what to say during the prostration of forgetfulness.
Source: Iqra Youtube Channel