Yawm al Jumu’ah

‎Imām Muhammad bin Sālih al-‘Uthaymīn رحمه الله said: 
“The Ghusl of Jumu’ah is Wājib upon every man.” 
[شرح بلوغ المرام (586/1)]

‎ibn Bāz رحمه الله said: 
“It’s permissible to speak between the two Khutbahs, whilst the Imām is silent, if there is a need.” 
[مجموع الفتاوى (12/ 337)]

The Prophet ﷺ said: 
أكثرُوا الصَّلاةَ عَلَيَّ يَومَ الجمعةِ وَليلةَ الجمعةِ فَمَنْ صَلى عليَّ صلّى صلاةً صلّى اللهُ عَلَيهِ عشراً 
“Frequently send salutations to me on Friday during the day and night. Whoever sends one salutation to me, Allāh will send ten to him.” 
[Al-Bayhaqi in his Sunan, graded hasan in Saheehah, No.1407]

‎The Messenger of Allaah صلى الله عليه وسلم said:
“Increase in salutations upon me, on the day of jummah and its night.”
[Zaad, Volume: 2, Page: 420]

‎Shaykh al-Albani رحمه الله said: 
“The Friday-prayer is more important than the prayer in congregation.” 
[Silsilat-ul-Hu­daa wan-Noor, No. 285]

‎It was reported from Tāriq bin Shihāb, from the Prophet ﷺ that he said:
“The Friday prayer in congregation is an obligation on every single Muslim, except for four; An owned slave, a woman, a child, and a sick person.”
[‘Sahih’ in Sunan Aboo Dawood, No. 1067]

‎• A Forgotten Sunnah on Jumu’ah | Ibn ‘Umar رضي الله عنهما narrated that the Prophet ﷺ said,
“If one of you yawns on Friday {while the Imam is giving the sermon}, let him change from the place he’s sitting to another.”
[Abu Dawud (1119) and Ibn Khuyamah (1819)]

‎Ibn al-Qayyim رحمه الله said:
“It is from the Sunnah to wear the best of one’s clothes on the day of Jumu’ah.”
[Zaad, Volume: 2, Page: 426]

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