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Is Celebrating Jummah Tul Wida - Last Friday of Ramadan a Biddah?


It's very disappointing to see people celebrating the last Friday of Ramadan even without knowing about it. Is there any reference on sayings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) "Hadiths" or in "Quran"

Yes Friday is the king of the week and important day for Muslims and in Ramadan, it becomes more special and important but my dear Muslim brothers and sisters, The last Friday in Ramadan is like the previous one so please avoid it.

Nothing has been related from the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) and his companions with regard the last Friday of Ramadan which contains matters related to the departure of Ramadan. Nor is there any mention of this in the books of Islamic jurisprudence. In doing so, there is the danger of the masses thinking that this is necessary. It is, therefore, a BIDAH.
I hope now you understand.. No! ok let me give you one example:

We perform 2 sajdahs in a rakah and we say that if we perform 3 sujood Allah will reward us more as we are doing more worship. What could be wrong with doing more worship more sujood. Right! Then even though in your view it will be a good deed and maybe millions of people will be doing it and you have seen your parents doing it but still since its not sunnat its not right! The important thing is that anything you introduce in your deen & consider it a good deed & that deed be it a very good deed. If it was not done by the Prophet. It is bidah.

So in Quran Allah doesn't categorically say celebrating this or that will lead to hellfire but indirectly. Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “…Verily he among you who lives [long] will see great controversy, so you must keep to my Sunnah and to the Sunnah of the rightly-guided Khalifahs – cling to them stubbornly. Beware of newly invented matters, for every invented matter is an innovation and every innovation is a going astray, and every going astray is in Hell-fire.” [Abu Dawud and At-Tirmidhi]

I know lot of people are gonna abuse us but it's our duty here on this website to speak the Truth. Rest it's up to Allah. It's only in Allah's hands to give Hidayah (Guidance)


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