8 FAQ Every Muslim Should Know About The Friday Prayers (Jumuʿah)

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1. What is Jumuʿah?

Friday (Jumuʿah in Arabic) is the holy day for Muslims. Jumuʿah comes from the same root word as gather and congregation. On Fridays, Muslims attend a special prayer in the afternoon called the Jumuʿah prayer. The Friday prayer is commanded by God in the Qur’ān:

“O ye who believe! When the call is proclaimed to prayer on Friday (The Day of Assembly), hasten earnestly to the Remembrance of Allah, and leave off business (and traffic): That is best for you if ye but knew!” (Qur’ān 62:9)

Although Friday is part of the weekend in most Muslim majority countries, it is not considered a sabbath in which Muslims cannot work or go to school. The next verse highlights this fact:

READ MORE: Ten Things to Know About the Muslim Prayer

And when the prayer is ended, then disperse in the land and seek of Allah’s bounty, and remember Allah much, so that you may be successful (Qur’ān 62:10).

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8 FAQ Every Muslim Should Know About The Friday Prayers (Jumuʿah)
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