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there are clear instructions in Quran to offer juma prayers than why many shais dont consider it farz to do that?

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18 hours ago, Guest Ali said:

there are clear instructions in Quran to offer juma prayers than why many shais dont consider it farz to do that?

Salam. Not every marja considers Friday prayer as wajib, so some Shias don't pray Friday prayer. If your home is more than two farsakh from the mosque (6.8 miles), some marja would exempt you from praying Friday prayer. Another condition is if a Shia prays in a Sunni mosque with the intention of an individual in a Jama'at, he gets the reward for praying Friday prayer but he still needs to pray his Zohr prayer later. 

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