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Saudi Wahhabi cleric says prophet (PBUH) did not allocate a day for holiday or rest / Friday and Saturday holidays are Forbidden

Saudi Wahhabi cleric says prophet (PBUH) did not allocate a day for holiday or rest / Friday and Saturday holidays are Forbidden

Sheikh Qais bin Mohammad Al-Mubarak a member of Saudi grand ulamas committee told Al-Riadh newspaper that Prophet of Islam (PBUH) did not allocate Friday or any other day for holiday or rest and Saleh Alfawzan a member of Saudi ulamas committee declared that due to similarities between Friday and Saturday holidays with Jewish and Christian holidays, therefore these holidays are Haram (forbidden).

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Sheikh Qais bin Mohammad Al-Mubarak a member of Saudi grand ulamas committee told Al-Riadh newspaper that Prophet of Islam (PBUH) did not allocate Friday or any other day for holiday or rest. He added that people can choose a day of the week for rest and holiday. Sheikh Qais explained that working after Friday prayers is allowed and some ulamas believe that based on Quran it is advisable to go to work on Friday but not before the sermon and call to prayers. This Saudi cleric said Friday is blessing from Allah whom allocated it for prayers and work.New Saudi Fatwas, Friday and Saturday holidays are HaramSaleh Alfawzan a member of Saudi ulamas committee declared that due to similarities between Friday and Saturday holidays with Jewish and Christian holidays, therefore these holidays are Haram (forbidden). According to Al-Nakheel News Network Sheikh Alfawzan explained that Jews and Christians are cursed by God and they must not be followed. Fahad bin moa’tad Al-Hamd deputy head of Saudi consultative parliament stressed that no agreement has been reached regarding changing holidays to Thursday and Friday instead of Friday and Saturday. However he said that this matter is being reviewed and the result will be announced later on./129


ویژه‌نامه ارتحال آیت‌الله تسخیری
پیام رهبر انقلاب به مسلمانان جهان به مناسبت حج 1441 / 2020
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