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Imam al-Sadiq: Reciting Surah Jumu'ah is WAAJIB IN FRIDAY DHUHR PRAYERS!

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Ibn Babuwayh, by his chain, from Sayf Bin Umeyra, from Mansour Bin Hazim:

Abu Abdullah (عليه السلام) having said: "It is Obligatory upon every Mo'min – if he was our Shia – that he should recite during the night of the Friday (Thursday evening):

1. (Surah) Al-Jumu'ah,

2. and "Glorify the Name of your Lord, the Most Exalted" (Surah Al-'Ala),

and during Al-Dhuhr Salat with (Surah) Al-Jumu'ah and (Surah) Al-Munafiqeen.

So when he does that, it would be as if he has done like what Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) had done, and his Recompense and his Reward upon Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) would be the Paradise."

 

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In the book 'Ill Al-Al-Sharaee', it has been narrated from Sa’d Bin Abdullah, from Yaqoub Bin Yazeed, from Hamaad Bin Isa, from Hareer, from Zarara, ‘Abu Ja'far (عليه السلام), in a lengthy Hadeeth (where he said):

"Recite the Surah Al-Jumu'ah and Al-Munafiqeen, for their recitation is the Sunnah on the day of Friday in the morning, and Al-Dhuhr and Al-Asr (Salats).

And it does not befit you that you recite without these two in Al-Dhuhr Salat, meaning the (Surah) Jumu'ah, be it with or without the prayer leader."

 

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