STATUS HUKUM TERTIB DALAM RUKUN DUA KHUTBAH JUM’AT

(TELAAH KRITIS FIQIH KLASIK)

  • Multazim AA Multazim AA IAI Ibrahimy Genteng Banyuwangi
Keywords: Orderly, Pillars Two Prayer Friday

Abstract

Friday prayers are the provisions of Allah and His messengers to be performed by all Muslims whose legal status is fardlu ain yaikni must be done by every male, adult, independent and settled in an area (mukim), not mandatory for Muslim women, children children, slaves and people who are traveling (traveler). Friday Prayers are performed in a certain way and are only considered valid if they meet the requirements and harmony. One of the legal requirements for Friday prayers must be preceded by two Friday sermons. These two sermons can also be considered valid if they meet the requirements and get along well. The pillars of two popular sermons practiced in the midst of society are reading hamdalah, blessings on the Prophet Muhammad, willing the piety to Allah SWT, reading one verse in one of two sermons, and praying for Muslims and Muslims in the second sermon. These five things are read in an orderly manner even the implementation was carried out in an orderly manner, whereas, none of the verses of the Qur'an or al-Hadith that explains directly that the implementation of the two pillars of the sermon must be carried out in an orderly manner. That is why there is a need for a positive and more problematic answer for the people regarding the legal status of order in the two sermon harmony.

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Published
2019-06-10