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Eid khutba on Friday.

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This year we had our Eid-ul-Fitr on Friday! I was amazed when I heard one of the scholars of Islam saying that we don't have to attend Friday prayers as we already had one Khutba (Sermon) & Now We Don't have to attend The Juma Prayers Is there any such Hadith related to this matter


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Eid khutba on Friday

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Sunan of Abu-Dawood Hadith 1068 Narrated by Abu Hurayrah

The Prophet (saws) said: ‘Two festivals (EId and Friday) have synchronized on this day. If anyone does not want to offer the Jumuah prayer, the EId prayer is sufficient for him. But we shall offer the Jumuah prayer.’


Sunan of Abu-Dawood Hadith 1066 Narrated by Abdullah ibn Abbas

Ata' ibn AbuRabah said: ‘Ibn az-Zubayr (r.a.) led us in the EId prayer on Friday early in the morning. When we went to offer the Jumuah prayer, he did not come out to us. So we prayed ourselves alone. At that time Ibn Abbas (r.a.) was present in at-Ta'if. When he came to us, we mentioned this (incident) to him. He (Ibn Abbas (r.a.) said: ‘He (Ibn az-Zubair’ (r.a.) has followed the Sunnah.’


The Friday mid-day sermon and prayer or Jumuah is absolutely obligatory on every sane, adult, resident, believing male; but in the event that one of the two Eids (Fitr or Adha) falls on the blessed day of Friday, the Messenger of Allah (saws) gave the option and concession to the believers who had offered the Eid prayers to not attend the Jumuah prayers, if they did not wish to do so….the Eid prayers they had offered would suffice for them.


But if one wishes to offer both the Eid prayers as well as the Jumuah mid-day prayers, there is absolutely no harm, and they would have their due reward for their worship from their Lord Most High.


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