Part I All Praise is for Allah. We too praise Him and seek His help and forgiveness. We have Faith and Trust in Him. He whom Allah guides no one can lead him astray.

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May yahdihillaahu falaa mudilla lahu wa may yudlilhu falaa haadiya lah. Wa la zhikrullaahi akbar. All praise is due to Allah. We laud Him, we beseech help from Him and ask His protection; we confide in Him, we trust Him alone and we seek protection against the evils and mischief of our souls and from the bad results of our deeds.

Whomsoever He guides on the right path, none can misguide him; and whosoever He declares misled, none can guide him onto the right path. And we bear witness that none deserves to be worshipped except Allah. He is alone and has no partner. We bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger.

O servants of Allah! May Allah be merciful to you. He warns you against being unmindful. You remember Allah; He too will remember you; call Him and He will make a response to your call. And verily divine remembrance is the highest virtue. All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of all the Worlds; may the greetings and peace be upon the best messenger, Muhammad, and upon his family and upon all of his companions.

Behold, Allah and his angels shower blessings on the Prophet. O you who believe! Ask for blessings on him, and salute him with a worthy greeting. O Allah! O Allah, send your blessings on Muhammad and his family, just as you blessed Abraham and his family. In both worlds, you are praiseworthy and exalted. Any type of conversation during the sermon is prohibited.


Closed Door Jumuah Khutbah At The Masjid of The Prophet ﷺ | English Translation

Mezikora He travels the world spreading a simple but profound message: Arabic words and phrases Islamic terminology Salat Islamic sermons Salah terminology. Also referred to by the same name as the sermon, this concept was different. Khytbah of the conditions for the validity of the Friday service is that it must be preceded by two sermons. The khatib must be in a state of ritual purity ; his dress must be in accord with khutbbah prescriptions. There were not necessarily exhortatory, but addressed practical questions of government and sometimes even included direct orders. This is the view of the majority of scholars, apart from the Hanafis.


Simplified Jum'ah Khutbah

Avoid controversial topics that are most likely going to cause divisions within the congregation. Also avoid complicated topics, such as the nitty-gritty rules of inheritance. Try to choose a relevant topic. For example, if Ramadan, Eid or the Hajj season is approaching in a few weeks, speak about the virtues of these events. During the Friday prayer, usually double the amount of people that usually visit the mosque come, and there is often a feeling of eagerness to seek knowledge. With that in mind, you need to know that these people have a respect for knowledge, and you should be able to smoothly pass on your knowledge. There are many ways to do this, for example: Look at the audience.



Bazahn No — any idle talk laghw is impermissible during the khutbah. We cannot rely mhutba any religious reform in India or elsewhere in the Muslim world, unless Arabic is taught from the primary stage and is made the language of knowledge. We apologise but you have been denied access to report posts in this thread. It is commendable for the khatib to be on a pulpit or an elevated place; to salute the congregation when directing himself towards them; to sit down until the adhan is pronounced by the muezzin ; and to direct himself straightway to his audience. But if most of the people present know Arabic and understand it in general, then it is better to stick to Arabic and not go against the guidance of khjtba Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon himespecially since the salaf used to deliver khutbahs in mosques where there were non-Arabs present, and it is not narrated that they used to translate it, because Islam was prevalent and so was Arabic. In the first Khutbah, stand up and address the others.




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