Monday, March 25, 2013

Time right to pray on Friday

Rasulullah SAW said,

أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ذكر يوم الجمعة, فقال: فيه ساعة, لا يوافقها عبد مسلم, وهو قائم يصلي, يسأل الله تعالى شيئا, إلا أعطاه إياه. وأشار بيده يقللها

Prophet SAW said about Friday then he said: 'In it there is time. If a Muslim prays when it is, it is given what he asked. "Then he signaled with his hand on the short time "(Narrated by Bukhari 935, Muslim 852 of companions Abu Hurairah Radhiallahu'anhu)

Ibn Hajar Al Asqalani in Fathul Baari when explaining this hadith he mentions 42 scholars think about the time in question. But in general there are 4 strong opinions.

The first opinion.
the time since the priests up the pulpit, to complete the Friday prayers, according to the hadith:

هي ما بين أن يجلس الإمام إلى أن تقضى الصلاة

"Time was when the priest up the pulpit until the Friday prayer is finished" (Narrated by Muslim, 853 from Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari friend Radhiallahu'anhu).
This opinion was chosen by Imam Muslim, An Nawawi, al Qurtubi, Ibn al-Arabi and Al-Bayhaqi.

Second opinion.
ie after the Asr till sunset. According to the hadith:

يوم الجمعة ثنتا عشرة يريد ساعة لا يوجد مسلم يسأل الله عز وجل شيئا إلا أتاه الله عز وجل فالتمسوها آخر ساعة بعد العصر

"Within 12 hours there was a time Friday, if a Muslim asks Allah Azza Wa Jalla will surely be granted anything.

Look for it in the time period after the Asr "(Narrated by Abu Dawood, no.1048 of friends Jabir bin Abdillah Radhiallahu'anhu. Classed as saheeh in Saheeh Abi Al Albani David). This opinion was chosen by At Tirmidhi, and Ibn Qayyim al Jauziyyah. This argument is more famous among the scholars.

The third opinion.
ie after the Asr, but the end-the end of the day Friday. This opinion is based on the history of Abi Salamah. Ishaq bin Rahawaih, At Thurthusi, Ibnul Zamlakani corroborate this opinion.

Opinion fourth.

which was also confirmed by Ibn Hajar himself, that combines all the existing opinions. Ibn 'Abd al-Barr said: "It is recommended to earnestly pray at two mentioned". Thus, someone will raise the prayer on Friday is not at a certain time only. This opinion was chosen by Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal, Ibn 'Abd al-Barr.

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