We ask forgiveness from Him. We repent to Him; and we seek refuge in Him from our own evils and our own bad deeds. Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem! He will forgive your sins and repair your deeds.

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It is recommended to review the excellent book: Sifatu salaat in-Nabee by al-Albaanee. Saheeh ul-Bukhaaree. Sharhu Taraajimi Abwaab il-Bukhaaree Al-Bukhaaree, Muslim, and Ahmad. Sharju Taraajimi Abwaab il-Bukhaaree Sunan ut-Tirmithee Recorded by Ibn Maajah, al-Haakim, and al-Bayhaqee. Tamaam ul-Minnah Muslim and others. Nayl ul-Awtaar Eids or festivals are symbols to be found in every nation, including those that are based on revealed scriptures and those that are idolatrous, as well as others, because celebrating festivals is something that is an instinctive part of human nature.

All people like to have special occasions to celebrate, where they can come together and express their joy and happiness. The festivals of the kaafir nations may be connected to worldly matters, such as the beginning of the year, the start of an agricultural season, the changing of the weather, the establishment of a state, the accession of a ruler, and so on.

These are celebrated in all European and North American countries nowadays, and in other countries where Christian influence is prevalent, even if the country is not originally Christian. Some so-called Muslims may also join in these holidays, out of ignorance or hypocrisy. The Magians Zoroastrians also have their own festivals, such as Mahrajaan, Nowruz and so on.

Muslim children should not be allowed to play on those kaafir festivals, or to join in with the kuffaar on those occasions.

They say that the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him always prayed the Eid prayer and never omitted to do it, not even once. Some scholars say that Eid prayer is fard kifaaya. This is the view of the Hanbalis. They take as evidence the hadeeth of the Bedouin which says that Allaah has not imposed any prayers on His slaves other than the five daily prayers. So the Muslim should be keen to attend Eid prayers, especially since the opinion that it is waajib is based on strong evidence.

The goodness, blessings and great reward one gets from attending Eid prayers, and the fact that one is following the example of the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him by doing so, should be sufficient motivation.

Some of them said that the conditions of Eid prayer are the same as the conditions for Friday prayer, with the exception of the khutbah, attendance at which is not obligatory.

The majority of scholars say that the time for the Eid prayer starts when the sun has risen above the height of a spear, as seen by the naked eye, and continues until the sun is approaching its zenith. This is according to the words of your Prophet, and the liar is doomed. The hadeeth is also in al-Saheehayn.

If he wanted to send out a military expedition, he would decide about the matter then, or if he wanted to issue a command, he would do it then. When we reached the prayer-place, we saw the minbar, which had been built by Katheer ibn al-Salt. Marwaan wanted to get on the minbar before the prayer. I pulled on his cloak, and he pulled on mine in return, then he got on the minbar and gave the khutbah before the prayer. This is the case if the prayer is offered in a prayer place or public place. Then a woman came and stayed at the fort of Banu Khalaf, and told us about her sister.

My sister asked the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him whether there was anything wrong with her not going out [on Eid] if she did not have a jilbaab. It appears that they used to prevent these young girls from going out because of the corruption that arose after the first generation of Islam; but the Sahaabah did not approve of that and they thought that the ruling should remain in their time as it had been during the time of the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him.

The hadeeth urges everyone to attend Eid prayer, and to co-operate with one another in righteousness and piety. The hadeeth also indicates that women should not go out without a jilbaab. This hadeeth tells us that it is not proper for young women and women in seclusion to go out except for a valid reason.

It states that it is preferable mustahabb for a woman to wear a jilbaab, and that it is permissible to lend and borrow clothes. It also indicates that Eid prayer is obligatory waajib. If a woman insists on going out, her husband should let her, if she goes out wearing her shabbiest clothes and not adorning herself. If she insists on adorning herself, then she should not go out. In this case the husband has the right to stop her from going out.

Women should go out in shabby clothes, not adorned or wearing perfume. Menstruating women should not enter the mosque or prayer-place; they can wait in the car, for example, where they can hear the khutbah.

Aadaab al-Eid Etiquette of Eid Ghusl taking a bath One of the manners of Eid is to take a bathe before going out to the prayer. Al-Nawawi may Allaah have mercy on him mentioned that the scholars were agreed that it is mustahabb to take a bath before the Eid prayer. The reason why it is mustahabb to take a bath before Friday prayer and other public gatherings also applies in the case of Eid, only more so. Ibn Hajar may Allaah have mercy on him explained that this is to prevent people extending the fast and it also means obeying the commandment of Allaah.

If a person does not have any dates, he can eat anything permissible for breakfast. When the imaam came out, they fell silent, until the imaam said Takbeer, then they said Takbeer. Congratulating one another People may exchange congratulations and good greetings on Eid, no matter what form the words take. Its isnaad is hasan. The practice of exchanging greetings was well-known at the time of the Sahaabah and scholars such as Imaam Ahmad and others allowed it.

There are reports which indicate that it is permissible to congratulate people on special occasions. There is no doubt that congratulating others in this way is one of the noblest kinds of good manners and one of the highest social qualities among Muslims. Al-Bayhaqi reported that Ibn Umar used to wear his best clothes on Eid, so men should wear the best clothes they have when they go out for Eid.


Another khutbah for Eidul Fitr – 2018

May- Yahdillahu fa huwal muhtad, wa may- yudlill falan tajidaa lahu waliyan murshida. We ask forgiveness from Him. We repent to Him; and we seek refuge in Him from our own evils and our own bad deeds. Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem! He will forgive your sins and repair your deeds.


Eid Al Adha Khutbah

You are on page 1of 12 Search inside document Eid Al-Adha Today is a day of celebration: and as Muslims we should feel great joy today. But what is the reason for our revelry, the reason for our celebration, the reason for our joy? Today is Eid Al-Adha — the celebration of the sacrifice. And this is the season of Hajj — when the Muslims have come from around the world to the house of Allah in humility and submission. But let not the meaning of this great occasion be lost on those who have stayed behind.


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