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Friday Sunnah

✦ REVIVE A SUNNAH ⇨ "ON JUMUAH (FRIDAY)" ✦ 

It was narrated that Abu Lubaabah ibn ‘Abd al-Mundhir said: The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Friday is the master of days, and the greatest of them before Allaah...." [Narrated by Ibn Maajah, 1084; classed as hasan by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, no. 2279]

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Following are the sunnahs which we can do and get reward on Jumuah (Friday):

❂ Praying Fajr in congregation ❂ 

It was narrated that Ibn ‘Umar said: The Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The best prayer before Allaah is Fajr prayer on Friday in congregation.” [Narrated by al-Bayhaqi in Shu’ab al-Eemaan; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 1119]


❂ Salaat al-Jumu’ah (Friday prayer) ❂

1 ➲ Bathing on the day of Jumuah

It is narrated on the authority of Ibn 'Umar (may Allah be pleased with him and his father) that he said the Messenger of Allah sallallahu 'alayhi wa salam said: "If one of you comes to Jumuah, let him have a bath." [Bukhari & Muslim: #1951 & #977]

2 ➲ Going early to Jumuah prayer

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him) that he said the Messenger of Allah sallallahu 'alayhi wa salam said: "When Friday comes, at each door of the mosque there are angels who write down the first ones to come to the mosque. The one who comes early is like who sacrificed a camel, then those who come after him are like one who sacrificed a cow, then one who sacrificed a horned ram, then one who sacrificed a chicken, then like one who offered an egg. Then when the imaam sits down they close their books and come to listen to the sermon." [Bukhari & Muslim: #929 & #1964]

3 ➲ Walks to Jumu’ah prayer, for every step he will have the reward of fasting and praying qiyaam for one year. 

It was narrated from Aws ibn Aws al-Thaqafi that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever does ghusl on Friday and causes (his wife) to do ghusl, and sets out early, and comes close to the imam and listens and keeps quiet, for every step he takes he will have the reward of fasting and praying qiyaam for one year.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 496; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 410]

4 ➲ Listening attentively to the Jumu’ah Khutbah (Sermon)

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If you say to your companion, ‘Listen attentively’ on a Friday, when the imam is delivering the khutbah, then you have engaged in idle speech.” [Narrated by al-Bukhaari (934) and Muslim (851)] ~ Read here for further information regarding 'The virtue of listening attentively to the Jumu’ah khutbah': http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/89575


❂ Seeking the hour of having one's prayer answered on Jumuah day ❂

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him) that the day of Jumuah was mentioned and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu 'alayhi wa salam said: "On this day there is a time when no Muslim stands and prays, asking Allaah for something, but Allaah will grant him it" – and he gestured with his hands to indicate how short that time is. [Bukhari & Muslim: #935 & #1969] ~ Read here for further information regarding 'the hour of response': http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/21748

❂ Reading Surah Al-Kahf on Friday ❂

“Whoever reads Soorat al-Kahf on the day of Jumu’ah, will have a light that will shine from him from one Friday to the next.” (Narrated by al-Haakim, 2/399; al-Bayhaqi, 3/249. Ibn Hajar said in Takhreej al-Adhkaar that this is a hasan hadeeth, and he said, this is the strongest report that has been narrated concerning reading Soorat al-Kahf. See: Fayd al-Qadeer, 6/198. It was classed as saheeh by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 6470) ~ Read here for further information regarding 'reading Surah Al-Kahf on Friday': http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/10700


For others detail information regarding Jumuah/Friday, please read our articles:
► What is the merit of Friday over other days ? and Why? ~ http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2010/07/what-is-the-merit-of-friday-over-other-days-and-why/
► The Importance Of Friday! ~http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2010/06/the-importance-of-friday/
► The Etiquette for Salat al-Jumuah ~http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2010/07/the-etiquette-for-salat-al-jumuah/
► The Friday Congregational Prayer ~http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2009/07/the-friday-congregational-prayer/


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✦ REVIVE A SUNNAH ⇨ "REVIVING ASPECTS OF THE SUNNAH IS A DEED THAT WILL BRING AN IMMENSE REWARD" ✦ The Prophet (pbuh) said:► "Whoever revives an aspect of my Sunnah that is forgotten after my death, he will have a reward equivalent to that of the people who follow him, without it detracting in the least from their reward." (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, 7/443; this is a hasan hadeeth because of corroborating asaaneed). ••••►Please LIKE/SHARE/COMMENT RasulAllah [SallAllahu Alayhi WaSallam] said, "Convey (my teachings) to the people even if it were a single sentence". [Bukhari: Vol 4, Book 56, # 667] Therefore, Kindly share with all this Revive Sunnah, imagine the rewards you will get !!! :) In sha Allaah.

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✦ REVIVE A SUNNAH ⇨ "ON JUMUAH (FRIDAY)" ✦ 

It was narrated that Abu Lubaabah ibn ‘Abd al-Mundhir said: The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Friday is the master of days, and the greatest of them before Allaah...." [Narrated by Ibn Maajah, 1084; classed as hasan by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, no. 2279]

••••►Please LIKE/SHARE/COMMENT


Following are the sunnahs which we can do and get reward on Jumuah (Friday):

❂ Praying Fajr in congregation ❂ 

It was narrated that Ibn ‘Umar said: The Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The best prayer before Allaah is Fajr prayer on Friday in congregation.” [Narrated by al-Bayhaqi in Shu’ab al-Eemaan; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 1119]


❂ Salaat al-Jumu’ah (Friday prayer) ❂

1 ➲ Bathing on the day of Jumuah

It is narrated on the authority of Ibn 'Umar (may Allah be pleased with him and his father) that he said the Messenger of Allah sallallahu 'alayhi wa salam said: "If one of you comes to Jumuah, let him have a bath." [Bukhari & Muslim: #1951 & #977]

2 ➲ Going early to Jumuah prayer

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him) that he said the Messenger of Allah sallallahu 'alayhi wa salam said: "When Friday comes, at each door of the mosque there are angels who write down the first ones to come to the mosque. The one who comes early is like who sacrificed a camel, then those who come after him are like one who sacrificed a cow, then one who sacrificed a horned ram, then one who sacrificed a chicken, then like one who offered an egg. Then when the imaam sits down they close their books and come to listen to the sermon." [Bukhari & Muslim: #929 & #1964]

3 ➲ Walks to Jumu’ah prayer, for every step he will have the reward of fasting and praying qiyaam for one year. 

It was narrated from Aws ibn Aws al-Thaqafi that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever does ghusl on Friday and causes (his wife) to do ghusl, and sets out early, and comes close to the imam and listens and keeps quiet, for every step he takes he will have the reward of fasting and praying qiyaam for one year.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 496; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 410]

4 ➲ Listening attentively to the Jumu’ah Khutbah (Sermon)

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If you say to your companion, ‘Listen attentively’ on a Friday, when the imam is delivering the khutbah, then you have engaged in idle speech.” [Narrated by al-Bukhaari (934) and Muslim (851)] ~ Read here for further information regarding 'The virtue of listening attentively to the Jumu’ah khutbah': http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/89575


❂ Seeking the hour of having one's prayer answered on Jumuah day ❂

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him) that the day of Jumuah was mentioned and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu 'alayhi wa salam said: "On this day there is a time when no Muslim stands and prays, asking Allaah for something, but Allaah will grant him it" – and he gestured with his hands to indicate how short that time is. [Bukhari & Muslim: #935 & #1969] ~ Read here for further information regarding 'the hour of response': http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/21748

❂ Reading Surah Al-Kahf on Friday ❂

“Whoever reads Soorat al-Kahf on the day of Jumu’ah, will have a light that will shine from him from one Friday to the next.” (Narrated by al-Haakim, 2/399; al-Bayhaqi, 3/249. Ibn Hajar said in Takhreej al-Adhkaar that this is a hasan hadeeth, and he said, this is the strongest report that has been narrated concerning reading Soorat al-Kahf. See: Fayd al-Qadeer, 6/198. It was classed as saheeh by Shaykh al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 6470) ~ Read here for further information regarding 'reading Surah Al-Kahf on Friday': http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/10700


For others detail information regarding Jumuah/Friday, please read our articles:
► What is the merit of Friday over other days ? and Why? ~ http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2010/07/what-is-the-merit-of-friday-over-other-days-and-why/
► The Importance Of Friday! ~http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2010/06/the-importance-of-friday/
► The Etiquette for Salat al-Jumuah ~http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2010/07/the-etiquette-for-salat-al-jumuah/
► The Friday Congregational Prayer ~http://blog.iloveallaah.com/2009/07/the-friday-congregational-prayer/


Photo Courtesy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/avdeev/4638226477/

✦ REVIVE A SUNNAH ⇨ "REVIVING ASPECTS OF THE SUNNAH IS A DEED THAT WILL BRING AN IMMENSE REWARD" ✦ The Prophet (pbuh) said:► "Whoever revives an aspect of my Sunnah that is forgotten after my death, he will have a reward equivalent to that of the people who follow him, without it detracting in the least from their reward." (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, 7/443; this is a hasan hadeeth because of corroborating asaaneed). ••••►Please LIKE/SHARE/COMMENT RasulAllah [SallAllahu Alayhi WaSallam] said, "Convey (my teachings) to the people even if it were a single sentence". [Bukhari: Vol 4, Book 56, # 667] Therefore, Kindly share with all this Revive Sunnah, imagine the rewards you will get !!! :) In sha Allaah.
Comment by Gidado Abubakar Hassan on August 25, 2011 at 7:21pm
The Prophet (peace be upon him) often used graphic descriptions and vivid images to emphasize the point he is imparting to his audience. Needless to say, when the point is linked to an image the recipient is impressed with, the point is never forgotten. 

By BY ADIL SALAHI Published: Jul 14, 2011 20:55 Updated: Jul 14, 2011 20:55

One good example is given in a Hadith related by Al-Bukhari on the authority of Abu Hurayrah who quotes the Prophet as saying: “A man was walking and he was very thirsty. He went down a well to drink. When he came up, he found a panting dog who was licking the earth because of his thirst. The man thought: This dog is as thirsty as I was a short while ago. He went down the well again, filled his shoe with water, and came up holding the shoe by his mouth. He gave it to the dog to drink. God thanked him by forgiving him his sins. People asked the Prophet: Are we given a reward for kindness to animals? He said: You shall be rewarded for a kindness to any living thing.”

As human beings, we are always liable to slip, make mistakes, incur sins and yield to temptation. Therefore, we are always in need of God's forgiveness. Hence, any action that brings us forgiveness is viewed with great interest. What the Prophet describes in this Hadith as bringing such reward from God is very simple and costs only small labor. The Prophet describes a man traveling on foot, probably in hot weather or in the desert. His water is exhausted and he is very thirsty. Then he finds a well, but he has to go down the well to drink. He does so and comes up having refreshed himself, only to find a dog who looks very thirsty. The man compares the dog's condition to his own before he had his drink. He could easily turn away and continue on his way. However, he feels unable to do so unless he helps the dog. He has no container to bring water in. Therefore, he uses his own shoe. Consider the image the Prophet draws of the man as he is coming up, holding his shoe, which is filled with water, in his mouth only to give to a stray dog. What kindness motivates that man!

Up till this point, the image is fine and the man's kindness is shown in full color. We admire him for what he has done. The Prophet, however, adds here a couple of greatly important touches, telling us how God views the man's action. The first touch is that God is grateful to the man. The second translates this gratitude into forgiveness of sins. To a Muslim, God's forgiveness is a great reward, because it enhances one's chances of admission into heaven. Great indeed is the prize.

The Prophet's companions were amazed at the thought that such forgiveness is ensured through an act of kindness to a dog. Hence their question: “Are we given a reward for kindness to animals?” They wanted to be sure that this is true, so that they would bring their treatment of animals in line with this principle. The Prophet's answer was very clear: “You shall be rewarded for a kindness to any living thing.” Even a small kindness is rewarded. If you put out some water in the garden for birds or other animals to drink, or some food which you may not need, you earn a reward for that.

Islam impresses on its followers that no kindness, however small, is overlooked. God rewards people even for the smallest action they do, as long as it is done for no selfish reason. A good action that is done purely for show off earns no reward from God. What pleases Him and earns His generous reward is an action that is pure of selfish interest.

 

Reproduced from Arab News

Comment by Gidado Abubakar Hassan on August 25, 2011 at 12:41pm

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Comment by Gidado Abubakar Hassan on August 25, 2011 at 12:41pm

So, you have set your Ramadan goals and are on your way to achieving them with consistency and persistence, insha Allah.

Everyone seems to have set their sights on creating a productive ramadan by increasing our ibadah in terms of prayer, sadaqah, Qur’an, etc. However, one aspect of ibadah (or an aspect which can be considered sadaqah when done with proper intentions) is our intimate lives; that is the intimate lives with our spouses.

In the past, I recall getting into arguments with my wife when she felt that I wasn’t spending enough quality time with her. Interestingly enough, these arguments would take place just before work which would result in a decrease in productivity, stress and even tardiness, at times.

You see, as Muslims we are required to be balanced in everything that we do. This Ramadan, do not ignore your intimate relationship with your spouses as it may lead to an Unproductive Ramadan, where khushoo is lost as you’re thinking about your latest conflict during prayer or you miss fajr or isha congregation altogether as you’re trying to work things out with your spouse.

Day in and day out we need to do things with ihsan and sincerity and this should be even more emphasized in Ramadan. Although, you’re probably extremely busy with ibadah, taraweeh, suhoor, ensure you spend quality time with your spouse everyday, even if it’s 10 minutes! This will insha Allah go a long way and increase the love between the spouses and, in turn, allow you to have a peaceful and Productive Ramadan.

By: Abu Ali - Abu Ali is the CEO of Intimate Muslim. Intimate Muslim aims to increase the love between spouses through applicable email tips, sent regularly.

Comment by Gidado Abubakar Hassan on August 25, 2011 at 11:20am

So, you have set your Ramadan goals and are on your way to achieving them with consistency and persistence, insha Allah.

Everyone seems to have set their sights on creating a productive ramadan by increasing our ibadah in terms of prayer, sadaqah, Qur’an, etc. However, one aspect of ibadah (or an aspect which can be considered sadaqah when done with proper intentions) is our intimate lives; that is the intimate lives with our spouses.

In the past, I recall getting into arguments with my wife when she felt that I wasn’t spending enough quality time with her. Interestingly enough, these arguments would take place just before work which would result in a decrease in productivity, stress and even tardiness, at times.

You see, as Muslims we are required to be balanced in everything that we do. This Ramadan, do not ignore your intimate relationship with your spouses as it may lead to an Unproductive Ramadan, where khushoo is lost as you’re thinking about your latest conflict during prayer or you miss fajr or isha congregation altogether as you’re trying to work things out with your spouse.

Day in and day out we need to do things with ihsan and sincerity and this should be even more emphasized in Ramadan. Although, you’re probably extremely busy with ibadah, taraweeh, suhoor, ensure you spend quality time with your spouse everyday, even if it’s 10 minutes! This will insha Allah go a long way and increase the love between the spouses and, in turn, allow you to have a peaceful and Productive Ramadan.

By: Abu Ali - Abu Ali is the CEO of Intimate Muslim. Intimate Muslim aims to increase the love between spouses through applicable email tips, sent regularly.

Comment by Gidado Abubakar Hassan on August 24, 2011 at 11:21am
A common misconception about Islam is that it is a violent religion. Due to the actions of Islamic extremists against innocent people many people in the West have developed the idea that these terrorists were acting according to the Islamic religion. 

The truth is that these acts of terrorism were not based on the Qur'an but on anger and a desire for vengeance and violence. These actions have nothing in common with the teachings of the Qur'an or of the Prophet Muhammad. Compassion and mercy are a central tenet of Islam, and these two attributes are the first two attributed to God. In fact, they are mentioned at least 192 times in the Qur'an in reference to God's mercy and compassion in comparison to only 15 mentions of God's wrath. Terrorists and extremists can find very small portions of the Qur'an to justify their violent acts against people of other faiths all the while ignoring the vast majority of the Qur'an that preaches non-violence and tolerance for those of other religions. Many of those passages are then taken out of context and misused, giving the rest of the world a false view of Islam that has almost nothing in common with how actual Muslims conduct themselves. This is not specific or unique to Islam, Christianity has had this same problem for centuries. Particular passages of the Bible, taken out of context have been used to justify horrendous acts, such as slavery and the torture of those of other faiths.

Across the Qur'an as a whole a theme that is constantly repeated is the tolerance for other religions. In fact, there are many passages in which it is said that Jews and Christians can also find salvation if they are rightly guided and perform good deeds. The Qur'an teaches respect for the Old Testament and for the Gospels and in the earlier days of Islam, Muslim conquerors were unique in that they never imposed the Islamic faith on the people of the nations that they conquered in war. In fact, as historically Muslims regard Ishmael as their ancestor and Isaac as the ancestor of the Christians and Jews, there is a common theme in the Qur'an of regarding Christians and Jews as brothers to the Muslims. They are all united by the book, “Brothers of the Book”. While many non-Islamic traditions persist and the petty prejudices of scholars and culture can interfere, purely by the Qur'an and the actual teachings of Islam, there should not be any problem between Muslims and people of other faiths.

Islam is strictly opposed to evangelizing, to forcing conversion from other people. The Qur'an clearly states that in religion there must be no compulsion. In his day the Prophet Muhammad protected minorities of other faiths. The Christians and Jews were taxed according to law, but this was to put them on equal footing with Muslims that, as a central part of their faith, payed a percentage of their earnings to support the disadvantaged and the poor. An outstanding historical example of Muslim tolerance for other religions was the situation in the portion of Spain that belonged to the moors. For at least 750 years Muslims, Christians and Jews lived in the same place without violence or oppression, each free to worship in the way they thought convenient. It was only in 1492, when Spain was retaken by the Christians that those unwilling to convert to Christianity were killed or deported in the Inquisition.

A concept that is largely misunderstood by non-Muslims is the concept of Jihad, of holy war. The concept of Muslims engaging in a war in the name of Allah, killing people of other faiths has nothing in common with the rulings in the Qur'an, much like the Crusades and the Inquisition were not an accurate representation of the teachings of Jesus in the Gospels. It would be hard to find a monotheistic religion that actively defends violent behavior. Islam only allows war in self defense and never as the aggressor. The Qur'an clearly states that fighting should only be used to defend oneself and that God is not on the side of aggressors. In the context of the historical circumstances of the Prophet Muhammad's time and the intense violence against Muslims of that time, the wars that Islam engaged in its early days make sense. However, much like the violence of many Popes and European rulers of the Christian faith, the holy wars of some of the Muslim caliphates were never a true representation of the teachings of the religion.

 

One key aspect of the Qur'an that is very similar to Christianity is the exhortation to love your enemy. Many so called Muslims today would do well to remember this. People of other faiths would also do well to understand the difference between fundamental, radical Islam and Muslims all over the world living their lives in peace.


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Comment by Gidado Abubakar Hassan on August 24, 2011 at 7:43am
Think of a family member or friend or member of the community you knew that died over the past year. Did they know that last year would be their last Ramadan and that they wouldn't make it to this year's Ramadan? Have you taken heed from their death? How do you know you won't be in the same position for next year? This week of Ramadan may be your last week of Ramadan in your life here, so let's try to push for that extra bit to take advantage of it, insha'Allah!
 

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