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    The Blessings of “Friday” in Islam

    Significance and Background of ‘Friday’

    Ibn Kathir reported that Friday is called Al-Jumu`ah because it is derived from Al-Jam`, literally, ‘gathering’. The people of Islam gather weekly, on every Friday in the major places of worship. It was during Friday when Allah finished the creation, the sixth day, during which Allah created the heavens and earth. During Friday, Allah created Adam, and he was placed in Paradise, and ironically, it was a Friday when he was taken out of Paradise. It will be on a Friday when the Last Hour will commence. There is an hour during Friday, wherein no faithful servant asks Allah for something good, but Allah will give him what he asked for.

    All of this is based upon Hadiths in the authenic collections (see below). In the ancient language Friday was called, `Arubah. It is a fact that previous nations were informed about Friday, but they were led astray from it. The Jews chose Saturday for their day of worship and the Christians chose Sunday, which is the day the creation was initiated. Allah chose Friday for this Ummah, because it is the day the creation was finished.



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    The prophet (s.a.w.s.) also said:


    “The best day on which the sun has risen is Friday; on it, Adam was created and on it he was sent down (to earth), on it, his repentance was accepted (by Allah), on it, he died and on it, the Hour will be established. And every moving creature is listening on Friday, from the time awakes in the morning, until the sun rises, due to fear of the Hour, except the jinn and mankind, and on this day, there is a time when, if a Muslim slave prays to Allah and asks Him, He will give him what he asked for.” (Narrated (by Malik) in ‘Al-Muwatta” and also authenticated by At-Tirmidhi as stated in Zaad Al-Maad.)





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  3. #33
    Fi AmaniAllâh

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    Notificatie.

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    Khadija r.a



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    Controlling your hands and tongue


    How do we resolve differences that have unwittingly or even intentionally cropped up? The best way is to control our tongues and hands that might be too eager to express those feelings! Discretion in speech and actions is the hall mark of a sensible person. We need to consciously practice patience; we need to learn to talk to ourselves, to introspect, before we give freedom to our tongue to have its way. Especially when it comes to speaking about others or voicing our opinion about them, we need to be extra careful that we don’t mislead anyone. Speaking thoughtlessly, or on hearsay, amounts to slander about which we have been warned strictly. Allah Says:

    And those who abuse believing men and women, when they have not merited it, bear the weight of slander and clear wrongdoing. (Ahzaab33:58)




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    Tafseer; (33:58) Those who cause hurt to believing men and to believing women have invited upon themselves a calumny109 and a manifest sin.


    109. This verse determines the definition of slander. It is to ascribe a fault to a person which he does not have, or an error which he has not committed. The Prophet (peace be upon him) also has explained it. According to Abu Daud and Tirmidhi, when he was asked as to what is ghibat (backbiting), he replied: “It is to make mention of your brother in a manner derogatory to him.” The questioner said, “And if the fault is there in my brother?” The Prophet (peace be upon him) replied: “If the fault that you mentioned is there in him, you backbite him; if it is not there, you slandered him.” Such an act is not only a moral sin, which will entail punishment in the Hereafter, but this verse also requires that also in the law of an Islamic State false allegation should be held as a culpable offense.


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    And remind, for indeed the reminder benefits the believers - 51:55.

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    Salaam alaykum

    aa,A "O Mijn zoon , ken Allah geen deelgenoten toe:voorwaar ,het toekennen van deelgenoten (aan Allah) is zeker een geweldig onrecht .aa.

    31.13 surah luqman.

    Fi amaani Allah

    wa alaikoem salaam
    He who created death and life to test you (as to) which of you is best in deed ,and he is the Exalted in Might ,the Forgiving.
    Surah al Mulk 67 aya 2.