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When did our Prophet offer his first Jumma Mubarak Namaz?..

'Allāmah Maulānā Sayyid Muhammad Na'imuddin Murādābādi.. has said, 'When the Holy Prophet.. was on his way to Madinah for migration, he stopped at a place called Qubā at the time of Chāsht on Monday, 12th Rabi'-ul- Awwal. He stayed there for four days (Monday to Thursday); during the stay, he laid the foundation stone of a Masjid. On Friday, he as auls salé Jes ail jo proceeded towards Madinah. When they reached the area of the Bani Sālim Ibn 'Awf, it was time to offer the Jumma..Mubarak..Namaz ; people consecrated that place as Masjid where the Holy Prophet offered the (first) Friday Şalah and delivered a sermon...

(Khazāin-ul-'Irfan, pp. 884)..

The glorious Masjid-ul-Jumu'ah still exists there; the visitors behold the Masjid for the attainment of blessings and offer Nafl Şalah over there...

Meaning of the word 'Jumma Mubarak'..

atelsiami The renowned commentator of the Holy Quran, Hakim-ul- Ummat Mufti Aḥmad Yār Khăn..has stated, 'As all the creatures assembled in their beings on this day and the completion of the creation took place on the very same day, clay for Sayyidună Ādam.. was also collected on this day; similarly, people congregate and perform the Friday Şalah on this day; therefore, it is called Jumma..Mubarak..on account of..the aforementioned reasons. Before the advent of Islam, the Arabs used to call it 'Arübah.'..

(Mirāt-ul-Manājīh, vol. 2, pp. 317)..

How many times Holy Prophet offered Jumu'ah Şalah?..

A renowned commentator of the Holy Quran, Hakim-ul-Ummat Mufti Ahmad Yär Khān EsJiáaso slé has stated, "The Rasül of mankind, the Peace of our heart and mind, the Most Generous and Kind offered almost 500 Jumu'ah Şalah as offering of Jumma..Mubarak....Şalah commenced subsequent to the migration after which the total period of the apparent life of the Holy Prophet is ten years and there are 500 Fridays in ten years' period...

(Mirāh, vol. 2, pp. 346– Lam'āt lish-Shaykh "Abdul Haq Dihlvī, vol. 4, pp. 190, Hadiš 1415)..

Seal on heart..

The Beloved Rasūl has said, 'Allah ssie will seal off the heart of the one abandoning three Jumma..Mubarak..namaz out of laziness.'..

(Jāmi' Tirmižī, vol. 2, pp. 38, Hadīš 500)..

Jumu'ah Şalah is Fard-e-'Ayn and its Fardiyyat (obligation) is more emphatic than that of Şalāt-uz-Zuhr; the denier of its obligation is Kāfir (unbeliever). (Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 5 - Bahār-e-Sharī'at, vol. 1, pp. 762)

Excellence of wearing 'Imāmah on Friday..

The Holy Prophet s als sle Js sii Ja said, 'Indeed, Allah Jssie and His angels send Şalāt upon those who wear 'Imāmah (turban) on Friday.'..

(Majma'-uz-Zawäid, vol. 2, pp. 394, Hadiš 3075)..

Cure is bestowed..

Sayyidunā Humayd Bin 'Abdur Rahman..has narrated via his father, "The one who trims his nails on Friday, Allah removes his disease and bless him with cure.'..

(Muşannaf Ibn Abī Shaybah, vol. 2, pp. 65)..

Protection from afflictions up to ten days..

Şadr-ush-Shari'ah Badr-ut-Tariqah 'Allāmah Maulānā Muhammad Amjad 'Ali A'zami has said: It is stated in a blessed Hadiš that the one who trims his nails on Friday, Allah will protect him from afflictions up to the next Friday including three more days, i.e. ten days in total. In accordance with one more narration, The one trimming his nails on Friday, mercy will approach (him) and (his) sins will be removed.'..

(Bahār-e-Shari'at, part 16, pp. 226- Durr-e-Mukhtär, Rad-dul- Muhtār, vol. 9, pp. 668-669)..

A cause of reduction in sustenance..

Şadr-ush-Shari'ah Badr-ut-Țarīqah 'Allāmah Maulānā Muhammad Amjad 'Ali A'zami has said, "Although it is preferable to trim nails on Friday, yet if the nails..are very long; one should not wait till Friday as growing long nails is a cause of reduction in sustenance.'..

(Bahār-e-Shari'at, part 16, pp. 225)..

Angels write the names of the fortunate ones..

The Beloved Prophet.. said, 'At the onset of the day of Friday, the angels register the names of comers at the gateway of the Masjid. They record names in chronological order. The early comer is like the one who gives Şadaqah of a camel in the path of Allah. The next comer is like the one who gives a cow and then the next one is like the donor of a sheep; then the next one is like the donor of a hen and then the next one is like the donor of an egg. When the Imām sits (to deliver the sermon), the angels close the Books of Deeds and come to listen to the sermon.'..

(Sahih Bukhārī, vol. 1, pp. 319, Hadīš 929)..

The renowned commentator of the Holy Quran, Hakim-ul- Ummat Mufti Ahmad Yar Khān Na'imi.. has stated, "Some scholars have said that the angels stay (at the doors of the Masjid) from dawn whereas some other opine they stay from sunrise; the stronger opinion, however, is that they come and stay when the sun begins to decline (from zenith) because it is the instant when timing of Jumma..Mubarak..namaz..(Şalah) begins.' The foregoing narration also clearly indicates that those angels know the names of every comer. It is noteworthy that if 100 people enter the Masjid initially, they all would be regarded as the first-comer...

(Mirāt-ul-Manājīh, vol. 2, pp. 335)

The enthusiasm for offering Jumma the first century..

Hujjat-ul-Islam Sayyidunā Imām Muhammad Bin Muhammad Bin Muhammad Ghazālī.. has said, 'During the first century, people used to proceed towards the Jāmi' Masjid at the time of Saharī and after Şalāt-ul-Fajr holding lamps in their hands for offering Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah. There used to be so huge crowd in the streets that it would seem as if it was the day of Eid, but gradually, this spirit died out. Thus, it is said that the very first Bid'ah (innovation) that evolved in Islam is the abandonment of early proceeding towards the Jami' Masjid...

Regretfully, the Muslims do not feel ashamed that Jews proceed towards their places of worship in the early morning on Saturday and Sunday; further, seekers of worldly luxuries also head towards the marketplace in the early morning for trading and earning wealth; so, why don't the seekers of the Hereafter compete with such people!'..

(Ihyā-ul-'Ulüm, vol. 1, pp. 246)..

A Masjid where Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is offered, is called a Jāmi' (main) Masjid...

Hajj of the poor..

Sayyidunā 'Abdullah Bin 'Abbās, has narrated that the Holy Prophet said: i.e. "Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is the Hajj of Masākin (destitute).' In another..narration, it is stated: i.e. Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is the Hajj of Fuqarā (poor).'..

(Jam'-ul-Jawāmi' lis-Suyūțī, vol. 4, pp. 84, Hadīš 11108-11109)..

Proceeding for Jumma namaz..early is equivalent to Hajj..

The Beloved and Blessed Prophet said, 'No doubt, there is one Hajj and one 'Umrah for you on every Friday. Therefore, early proceeding for Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is (equivalent to) Hajj and waiting for Şalăt-ul-'Aşr having offered Şalāt-ul- Jumu'ah is (equivalent to) 'Umrah.'..

(As-Sunan-ul-Kubrā, vol. 3, pp. 342, Hadīš 5950)..

Reward of Hajj and 'Umraħ..

Hujjat-ul-Islam Sayyidunā Imām Muhammad Bin Muhammad Bin Muhammad Ghazālī.. has said, '(Having offered Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah) one should remain in the Masjid till Şalāt-ul-'Aşr and staying in the Masjid till Şalāt-ul-Maghrib is even more preferable...

It is said that the one who offers Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah in the Jāmi' Masjid, stays there afterwards and offers Şalāt-ul-'Aşr in the same Jāmi' Masjid, there is the reward of Hajj for him, and the one who stays till Şalāt-ul-Maghrib and offers Şalāt-ul-Maghrib in the same Masjid, there is the reward of Hajj and 'Umrah for him.'..

(Ihyā-ul-'Ulüm, vol. 1, pp. 249)..

Chief of all days..

The Noble Prophet has said, Friday is chief of all days; it is most magnificent [among all days] in the court of Allah issie. It is superior to even Eid-ul-Adha and Eid-ul-Fitr in the court of Allah ss. It has five particular features:..

1. Allah created Sayyidunā Ādam on this day...

2. Sayyidunā Ādam descended upon the earth on this day...

3. Sayyidunā Ādam passed away on the same day...

4. On Friday, there is one such moment in which if someone prays for anything, he will be granted whatever he asked for, provided he does not ask for anything Harām...

5. The Judgement Day will take place on Friday...

There is no such distinguished angel, the sky, the earth, wind, mountain and river that does not fear Friday.'..

(Sunan Ibn Mājah, vol. 2, pp. 8, Hadīš 1084)..

Fear for the Judgement Day among animals..

According to another narration, the Beloved and Blessed Rasūl.. has said, "There is no animal that does not scream from dawn to sunrise every Friday out of the fear of the Day of Judgement, except man and jinn.'..

(Muwațțā Imām Mālik, vol. 1, pp. 115, Hadīš 246)

Supplications are fulfilled..

The Holy Prophet.. said, 'On Friday, there is one such a moment which if a Muslim gets and asks Allah Jssie for anything in that moment, Allah will definitely grant him. That moment is very short.'..

(Sahih Muslim, pp. 424, Hadīš 852)..

Seek between 'Aşr and Maghrib..

The Beloved Rasūl said, 'On..Friday, look for the moment that is desired from 'Aşr to the sunset.'..

(Jāmi' Tirmiži, vol. 2, pp. 30, Hadīš 489)..

Saying of the author of Bahār-e-Shari'at..

Şadr-ush-Shari'ah Maulānā Muhammad Amjad ' has stated, There are two very strong statements concerning the instant in which supplication is fulfilled (on Friday):..

1. From the moment when the Imām sits for the sermon to the end of the Şalah...

2. The last instant of Friday.' (Bahār-e-Sharī'at, vol. 1, pp. 754)..

Which is the moment of acceptance?..

The renowned commentator of the Holy Quran Hakim-ul- Ummat Mufti Ahmad Yär Khân Na'imi ts.. has stated, 'At night there comes a moment during which supplication is .net:..answered but Friday is the only day which has such a moment during the daytime. However, it is not known for sure as to which moment it actually is. The strong likelihood is that it is either between two sermons or a short while before Maghrib.'..

Commenting on another Hadiš, the reverent Mufti has said..that there are forty different opinions of scholars regarding this moment, out ofwhich two are the most likely; as per one opinion, it is between two sermons.. while, according to the other, it is at the time of sunset...

(Mirāt-ul-Manājih, vol. 2, pp. 319-320)..

A parable..

Sayyidatunā Fāțima-tuz-Zahrā used to sit in her Hujrah (small room) a short while prior to sunset and would ask Fiddah.. her maid, to stand outside; as the sun begins to set, Fiddah.. would inform her about it and Sayyidah would raise her blessed hands for supplication...

(ibid, p. 320)..

It is better to ask a concise supplication at that moment; for instance the following Qurānic supplication:..

Our Rab! Give us good in the world and good in the Hereafter, and save us from the torment of fire!..

[Kanz-ul-Imän (Translation of Quran)]..

(Part 2, Sūrah Al-Baqarah, verse 201) (Mirāt-ul-Manājīh, vol. 2, pp. 325)

One can recite Şalāt-'Alan-Nabī as well with the intention of supplication as Şalāt-'Alan-Nabi is itself a magnificent supplication. It is preferable to supplicate between both sermons by heart without raising hands and without uttering anything verbally...

14 Million & 400 thousands released from Hell every Friday..

The Holy Prophet.. said, There are 24 hours in day and night of Friday, there is not a single such hour in which Allah does not release six hundred thousand (such atei sinners) from Hell for whom Hell had become due.'..

(Musnad Abī Ya'lā, vol. 3, pp. 291, 235 Hadīš 3421, 3471)..

Security from grave torment..

The Beloved and Blessed Prophet has said, "The one who dies during the day or night of Friday, he will be saved from the torment of the grave and will be resurrected on the Day of Judgement with the seal of martyrs.'..

(Hilyat-ul-Auliyā, vol. 3, pp. 181, Hadiš 3629)..

Sins between two Fridays forgiven..

Sayyidunā Salmān Fārsī has narrated that the Holy Prophet said, "The one who takes bath on Friday, attains the purity (sanctification) that was possible for him, applies oil and lawful perfume available at home, heads..(towards the Masjid) to offer Şalah, does not cause separation between two people, i.e. does not sit between two people by intrusion, offers the Şalah ordained for him and stays silent during the Imām's sermon, his sins committed between this Friday and the previous one will be forgiven.'..

(Sahih Bukhārī, vol. 1, pp. 306, Hadīš 883)..

Reward of 200 years' worship..

Sayyidunā Şiddiq Akbar and Sayyidunä Imrān Bin Haşin have narrated that the Holy Prophet.. said, "The one taking bath on Friday, his sins and misdeeds are removed; when he proceeds (to offer Şalah) 20 virtuous deeds are written for his every step.'..

(Al-Mu'jam-ul-Kabīr, vol. 18, pp. 139, Hadīš 292)..

According to another narration, the reward of 20 years' virtuous deeds is written for his every step. When he finishes the Şalãh, he is given the reward of 200 years' worship...

(Al-Mu'jam-ul-Awsaț, vol. 2, pp. 314, Hadīš 3397)

Deeds presented to deceased parents every Friday..

The Beloved and Blessed Rasül.. has said, '(Your) Deeds are presented before Allah.. every Monday and Thursday whereas they are presented to the Prophets..and parents every Friday. Pleased by (your) virtuous deeds, the beauty and brilliance of their faces enhance. Therefore, fear Allah and do not grieve your deceased ones by committing sins.'..

(Nawādir-ul-Ușül lil-Hakīm Tirmiżī, vol. 2, pp. 260)..

Five particular rituals for Friday..

Sayyidunā Abū Sa'id has narrated that the Holy Prophet.. said, The one who performs five deeds in a day, Allah will write (his name) amongst the dwellers of Heaven: (The deeds are as follows):..

1. Visiting a sick person...

2. Attending a funeral Şalah...

3. Fasting..

4. Offering the Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah...

5. Freeing a slave...

(Şahih Ibn Hibbān, vol. 4, pp. 191, Hadīš 2760)..

Heaven becomes due..

Sayyidunā Abū Umāmah.. has narrated that the Holy Prophet.. said, "The one who offers Şalāt-ul- Jumu'ah, fasts (on the same day), visits a sick person, participates in a funeral and attends a Nikah (marriage) ceremony, Heaven will become due for him.'..

(Al-Mu'jam-ul-Kabir, vol. 8, pp. 97, Hadīš 7484)

Avoid fasting on Friday alone..

It is Makrüh Tanzihi to fast specifically on Friday or Saturday alone. However, if Friday or Saturday falls on any sacred date such as 15th Sha'bān or 27th Rajab etc., there is no harm in fasting on these days. The Noble Prophet.. said, 'Friday is Eid for you. Do not fast on this day unless you add another fast on its preceding or succeeding day...

(Attarghib Wattarhīb, vol. 2, pp. 81, Hadiš 11)..

Reward of 10,000 years' fasts..

A'lā Hadrat Imām Ahmad Razā Khān.. has said, 'It is narrated that the fast of Friday together with that of Thursday or Saturday is equivalent to 10,000 years' fasts.'..

(Fatāwā Razawiyyah (referenced), vol. 10, pp. 653)..

In which case is it Makrūh to observe fast on Friday?..

To observe fast on Friday is not always Makrūh. It is Makrūh only when one has observed it considering Friday a special occasion for it...

Presented here is a question with its answer, extracted from page 559 of the 10th volume of the referenced Fatāwā Razawiyyah, regarding the issue of the fast of Friday being Makrüh...

Question: What is the verdict of Islamic scholars as regards observing Nafl fast on Friday? A person observed fast on Friday but another person forced him into breaking the fast in the..afternoon saying that Friday is an Eid for the Muslims and it is Makrūh to observe fast on this day...

Answer: To observe fast on Friday with the intention that fasting on Friday is specifically desirable, is Makrüh (disapproved] but its disapproval is not strong enough to necessitate breaking the fast. Further, if the intention of Friday was not specified, then there is no disapproval at all. If the objecting person was unaware of the Makrūh intention, then his objection is a silly act altogether and breaking the fast is a severe daring in matters of Shari'ah. Even if he was aware [of the Makrüh intention], mere conveying the ruling was sufficient. There was no need at all to force the fasting person into breaking his fast and that too in the afternoon, which is not authorized to anyone except for parents provided the fast is Nafl. The one breaking the fast and the other person forcing him into breaking it - both are sinners. Qadā [of that fast] is obligatory for the one breaking the fast. No expiation is required...

Reward of visiting parents' graves on Friday..

The Prophet of mankind, the Peace of our heart and mind, the most Generous and Kind has said, "The one who visits the graves of either of or both of his parents on every Friday, Allah will forgive his sins and his name will be..recorded as one treating the parents courteously.'..

(Al-Mu'jam-ul- Awsat lit-Tabarãnī, vol. 4, pp. 321, Hadīš 6114)..

Reward of reciting Sūrah Yãsīn beside the graves of parents..

The Beloved and Blessed Rasül has said, "The one who visits the of either of or both of his deceased graves parents on Friday and recites Sūrah Yasin over there, will be forgiven.'..

(Al-Kämil fi Du'afã-ir-Rijāl, vol. 6, pp. 260)..

Forgiveness 3,000 times..

The Noble Prophet.. has said, "The one who visits the graves of either of or both of his parents on every Friday and recites Sūrah Yāsin over there, Allah will bless him with forgiveness equivalent to the total number of letters in Sūrah Yāsīn.'..

(Ithāf-us-Sädah, vol. 14, pp. 272)..

Dear Islamic brothers! The one who visits the grave of either of or both of his deceased parents on Friday and recites Sürah Yāsīn over there, he will be successful. there are 5 Rukü', 83 verses, 729 words, and 3000 letters in Sūrah Yāsin, if these figures are correct before Allah , the reciter will get the reward of 3,000 forgiveness.

One who recites Sūrah Yāsīn on Friday will be forgiven..

The Holy Prophet has said, "The one who recites Sūrah Yāsīn during Friday-night (i.e. the night between Thursday and Friday) will be forgiven.'..

(Attarghib Wattarhīb, vol. 1, pp. 298, Hadiš 4)..

Souls congregate..

Since souls congregate on Friday, one should visit graves on this day; further, Hell is not blazed up on this day...

(Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, p. 49)..

A'lā Hadrat Imām Aḥmad Razā Khān.. has stated, "The best time of visiting (graves) is the time after morning Şalah on Friday.'..

(Fatāwā Razawiyyah (referenced), vol. 9, pp. 523)..

Excellence of reciting Sūrah Al-Kahf..

Sayyidunā 'Abdullah Ibn 'Umar.. has narrated that the Holy Prophet said, 'For the one reciting Sürah Al-Kahf on Friday, Nür (refulgence) will elevate from his feet up to the sky that will be brightened for him on the Day of Judgement and his sins committed between two Fridays will be forgiven.'..

(Attarghīb Wattarhīb, vol. 1, pp. 298, Hadīš 2)..

Nūr between two Fridays..

Sayyidunā Abū Sa'id has narrated that the Noble Rasūl.. said, "The one who recites Sūrah Al-Kahf..on Friday, Nür will be brightened for him between two Fridays.'..

(As-Sunan-ul-Kubrā lil-Bayhaqī, vol. 3, pp. 353, Hadīš 5996)..

Nūr up to the Ka'bah..

It is stated in another narration: 'For the one reciting Surah Al-Kahf on Friday-night (i.e. the night between Thursday and Friday), Nür will be brightened from where he is present up to the blessed Ka'bah.'..

(Sunan Dārimī, vol. 2, pp. 546, Hadiš 3407)..

Excellence of Sūrah Ha-Mim Ad-Dukhān..

Sayyidunā Abū Umāmah has reported that the Holy Prophet said, The one reciting Sūrah Ha-Mim Ad-Dukhān on Friday or Friday-night, Allah will make a house for him in Heaven.'..

(Al-Mu'jam-ul-Kabīr, vol. 8, pp. 264, Hadīš 8026)..

One more narration states that he will be forgiven...

(Jāmi' Tirmižī, vol. 4, pp. 407, Hadīš 2898)..

Forgiveness asked by 70,000 angels

..The Holy Prophet.. said, "The one reciting Sürah Hā-Mim Ad-Dukhān on night, 70,000 angels will do Istighfår (ask for forgiveness) for him.'..

(Jāmi' Tirmižī, vol. 4, pp. 406, Hadīš 2897)..

All sins forgiven..

Sayyidunā Anas Bin Mālik.. has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed Prophet has said, " reciting.. three times before Şalāt-ul-Fajr on Friday, his sins will be forgiven, even if they exceed the foam of the ocean.'..

(Al-Mu'jam-ul-Awsat lit-Tabarānī, vol. 5, pp. 392, Hadiš 7717)..

Post-Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah activities..

Allah has said in the 10th verse of Sürah Jumu'ah (part 28):..

And when the Şalah ends, spread out in the land and seek Allah's munificence, and profusely remember Allah, in the hope of attaining success.

[Kanz-ul-Imān (Translation of Quran)]..

Commenting on the foregoing verse, 'Allämah Maulānā Sayyid Muhammad Na'imuddin Murādābādī has written in Khazãin-ul-'Irfān, 'Having offered Friday Şalah, it is permissible for you to occupy yourselves in earning livelihood, or earn reward by acquiring (religious) knowledge, visiting the sick, attending funerals, visiting scholars or performing other such righteous deeds.'

Attending a gathering of Islamic knowledge..

Attending a gathering of religious knowledge after Friday Şalah is preferable. Therefore, Hujjat-ul-Islam Sayyidunā Imām Muhammad Bin Muhammad Bin Muhammad Ghazālī.. narrated that Sayyidunā Anas Bin Mālik has said, This verse does not refer to worldly trade and business (only), rather, it refers to seeking (Islamic) knowledge, visiting brothers, visiting the sick, attending funerals and carrying out other such activities.'..

(Kīmiyā-e-Sa'ādat, vol. 1, pp. 191)..

Dear Islamic brothers! There are eleven preconditions for rendering Şalāt-ul-Jumma..Mubarak....Wājib; if either of them is not found, it will no longer remain Fard. However, if someone still offers it, his Şalah will be valid; and it is preferable for a sane, adult male to offer Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah. If a minor offers Şalāt-ul- Jumu'ah, it will be regarded as Nafl because Şalah is not Fard for him...

(Durr-e-Mukhtār, Rad-dul-Muhtār, vol. 3, pp. 30)..

11 Pre-conditions for the obligation of Şalāt-ul Jumu'ah..

1. Being settled in city..

2...Health (Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is not Fard for a patient. Here, patient refers to the person who cannot get to the Masjid where Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is held or even though he can the Masjid, it will result in the prolongation of his disease or delay in cure. The ruling of patient applies to Shaykh-e-Fānī as well)...

3...Being a free person (Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is not Fard for a slave; his master can prevent him).....

4...Being a man..

5. Being an adult..

6...Being sane (the foregoing two conditions, i.e. adulthood and sanity are necessary not only for the obligation of Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah but also for every other worship)......

7. Having the faculty of sight..

8. Having the capability to walk..

9. Not being imprisoned..

10. Not having the fear of the king, thief etc. or that of any oppressor. Dawale..

11. Not having the valid fear of harm due to rainfall, snowfall, tornado or cold weather...

(Bahār-e-Shari'at, vol. 1, pp. 770-772)..

Those for whom Şalah is Fard but Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is not Fard on account of any Shar'i exemption, are not exempted from Şalāt-uz-Zuhr on Friday; such people have to offer Şalāt-uz- Zuhr in lieu of Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah.

Sunnahs of Friday..

The Mustahabbāt of.. Friday Juma.. include proceeding to offer Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah in initial time, using Miswāk, wearing nice white clothes, applying oil and fragrance sitting in the first Şaf (row); while having a bath is Sunnah...

(Fatāwā 'Ālamgīrī, vol. 1, pp. 149 - Ghunyah, pp. 559)..

Time for Ghusl on Friday..

Hakīm-ul-Ummat Mufti Ahmad Yar Khān has stated, 'Some scholars say that having a bath on Friday Juma is a Sunnah for Friday Juma Şalah, not for Friday itself, (therefore) having a bath on Friday is not a Sunnah for those for whom Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is not Fard...

According to some scholars , one should have bath on Friday Juma close to the time of Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah so that he offers the Şalah with the same Wudu (made during the bath). However, the most authentic verdict is that the time for Friday's bath starts from the break of dawn.'

(Mirāh, vol. 2, pp. 334)..

The foregoing account also clarifies that Friday's Juma bath is not a Sunnah for women, travellers etc. for whom Friday Şalah is not Wājib.

Friday's bath is Sunnat-e-Ghayr Muakkadah..

'Allāmah Ibn Ābidin Shāmi.. has said, 'Having a bath for Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is one of the Sunan-e-Zawäid; (and therefore) the abandoner of Friday's bath will not be objected to.'..

(Rad-dul-Muḥtār, vol. 1, pp. 339)..

Excellence of sitting closer during sermon..

Sayyidunā Samurah Bin Jundab.. has narrated that the Holy Prophet.. said, 'Be present at the time of the sermon and sit close to the Imam because the farther a person remains from the Imām, the later he will enter Heaven, though he (a Muslim) will definitely enter the Heaven.'..

(Sunan Abü Dāwūd, vol. 1, pp. 410, Hadīš 1108)..

No reward of Jumu'ah..

The Holy Prophet said, "The one who talks on Friday, whilst the Imam is delivering the sermon, is like a donkey carrying the books and at that time, the one asking him 'keep silent' will not be rewarded with the reward of Jumma-Mubarak...'..

(Musnad Imām..Ahmad, vol. 1, pp. 494, Hadīš 2033)..

Listening to the sermon silently is Fard..

The acts that are Harām during Şalah such as eating, drinking, greeting, saying Salām, replying to Salām and even calling someone to righteousness are also Harām during the sermon as well. However, the Khațib (the deliverer of sermon) can call..someone to righteousness. It is Fard for all the attendees to listen and remain silent while the sermon is being delivered. Staying silent is Wājib even for those present so far from the Imām that they cannot listen to the sermon. If someone is seen committing any misdeed, he may be prevented either by the gesture of hand or nod of head; preventing him by uttering any word or sound is not permissible.

(Bahār-e-Sharī'at, vol. 1, pp. 774 - Durr-e-Mukhtär, vol. 3, pp. 39)..

Listener of sermon is not allowed to recite even Şalāt-'Alan-Nabī..

If the Khațib mentioned the blessed name of the Holy Prophet during the sermon, the listeners may recite Şalāt-'Alan-Nabi in their hearts; reciting Şalăt-'Alan-Nabī verbally at that time is not allowed. Likewise, uttering is not allowed on listening to the blessed names of companions of the Holy Prophet during the sermon...

(Bahār-e- Sharī'at, vol. 1, pp. 775 - Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 40)..

Listening to the Nikah sermon is Wājib..

In addition to the sermon delivered for Şalāt-ul-Jumma, it is also Wājib to listen to other sermons such as the ones delivered for Eid Şalah, Nikah etc...

(Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 40)

Trading also becomes impermissible as soon as the first Ażān is called..

As soon as the first Ażān is called, it is Wajib to start making effort to get to the Masjid for offering Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah; it is also Wājib to put off trading and other activities contrary to the preparations for Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah. Similarly, sale and purchase while proceeding to Masjid is also impermissible and trading in the Masjid is a severe sin. If the one having meal hears the voice of Ażān for Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah and fears that he may miss Şalā case of having meal, he has to stop eating and proceed to the Masjid for offering Şalăt-ul-Jumu'ah. One should get to the Masjid in a dignified manner for Jumma namaz ...

(Bahār-e-Shari'at, vol. 1, pp. 775- 'Alamgīrī, vol. 1, p. 149 - Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 42)..

These days, people are far away from the path of religious knowledge; like other worships, people commit sins as a result of making mistakes in listening to sermon. Therefore, it is my humble request that the Khațib (deliverer of sermon) make following announcement every Friday prior to the Ażān of Khutbah before sitting on the pulpit and earn hoards of reward:..

Seven Madani pearls of sermon..

1. It is stated in a Hadiš, "The one, who crosses over people's necks on Friday, makes a bridge towards Hell.' (Jāmi' Tirmiži, vol. 2, pp. 48, Hadīš 513) One of the explanations of this Hadiš that people will enter the Hell trampling over him.

(Bahār-e-Sharī'at, vol. 1, pp. 761-762)..

2. To sit facing the Khatib is Sunnah of the blessed companions...

3. Some of our past saints said, 'One should listen to the sermon in the sitting-posture (as one sits in Qa'dah), folding hands (under navel) during the first sermon and 3. placing them on thighs during the second; he will earn the reward of offering two Rak'āt Şalah...

(Mirāt-ul-Manājih, vol. 2, pp. 338)..

4. A'lā Hadrat Imām Ahmad Razā Khān has said, 'When one hears the blessed name of the Beloved Prophet.. during the sermon, he should recite Şalāt-'Alan-Nabī in his heart as it is Fard to remain silent during sermon.'..

(Fatāwā Razawiyyah..(referenced), vol. 8, pp. 365)..

5. It is stated in Durr-e-Mukhtār: During the sermon, eating, drinking, talking (even saying ), replying to someone's greeting, and inspiring others towards righteousness, all are Harām.'..

(Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 39)..

6. A'lā Hadrat has said, 'Walking during the sermon is Harām. The reverent scholars.. even say that if someone enters the Masjid during the sermon, he must stop wherever he is without proceeding further as..walking would be an act and no act is permissible during the sermon.'..

(Fatāwā Razawiyyah (referenced), vol. 8, pp. 333)..

7. A'lā Hadrat.. has said, 'During the sermon, even looking somewhere turning the head is Harām.'..

(ibid, pp. 334)..

An important ruling for leading Şalāt-ul-Jumma Mubarak..

With regard to the leading of Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah there is an important issue about which people are quite inattentive. Şalāt-ul- Jumu'ah is being considered like other Şalah and everyone is being allowed to lead Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah; it is impermissible as leading Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah is essentially the duty of the Islamic ruler or his deputy...

In the states where Islamic sovereignty does not exist, the greatest Sunni scholar having correct beliefs should lead Şalāt-ul- Jumu'ah as he is the substitute of the Islamic ruler in executing Shar'i rulings; Şalāt-ul-Jumu'ah cannot be held without his permission. If there is no such scholar, the one appointed by common people can lead the Şalah. In spite of the presence of an Islamic scholar, people cannot themselves appoint anyone else, nor can just a few people appoint someone as the Imām on their own behalf. Holding Şalāt-ul-Jumma Mubarak.. in this way is not proven (in Islamic history)...

(Bahār-e-Sharī'at, vol. 1, pp. 764)

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Khutba E Juma In English : All praise is due to Allah. We praise Him, seek His help and forgiveness and upon Him we rely. We ask Him to protect us from the evil of our selves and the shortcoming of our deeds. 

Whom so ever Allah guides nobody can lead him astray and whom so ever Allah leaves to stray, nobody can guide him to the straight path. 

And we witness that there is no god but Allah and that Mohammad is His servant and His messenger, whom He sent with true religion as a bearer of good tidings and as a warner of (punishment) before the Hour comes. 

Whosoever obeys Allah and His messenger he is on the straight path and whosoever disobeys them he has strayed and he will not harm anybody except himself and he may never harm Allah. The best of speech is the Book of Allah, 

and the best way of life is that of the Prophet Muhammad’s way of life (SallAllahu Alaihi Wasallam). 

The most evil of the matters are those which have been invented (having no proof in Quran and Sunnah) and each invented matter is a deviation from the right path and each deviation leads to the hellfire. 

I seek refuge with Allah from satan the outcast; in the name of Allah, the most beneficent the most merciful. 

Allah says in the Holy Quran About Khutba E Juma In English

Translation of Meaning: O you who believe (Muslims)! When the call is proclaimed for the Salât (prayer) on Friday (Juma prayer), come to the remembrance of Allâh [Juma religious talk (Khutbah) and Salât (prayer)] and leave off business (and every other thing), 

That is better for you if you did but know! (9) Then when the (Juma) Salât (prayer) is ended, you may disperse through the land, and seek the Bounty of Allâh (by working, etc.), 

and remember Allâh much, that you may be successful (10) And when they see some merchandise or some amusement [beating of Tambur (drum) etc.] they disperse headlong to it, and leave you (Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi Wasallam) standing [while delivering Jumu'ah's religious talk (Khutbah)]. 

Say "That which Allâh has is better than any amusement or merchandise! And Allâh is the Best of providers." (11) (Al-Jumu’ah: 9-11) 

May Allah bless us and you with the great Quran. I seek pardon from Allah for me and you and for all the Muslims. Surely Allah is bounteous; generous, King, The Ever-Benign, the compassionate, the merciful.