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Ibn Umar says that Allah's Messenger (pbuh) did not pray after the Friday prayer until he went home and then he prayed 2 Rakaat. (Bukhairi and Muslim)

 

Abu Hurairah narrated that Allah's messenger (pbuh) said: "anyone of you who is going to pray after the Friday prayer, he should pray 4 Rakaat." (Muslim)

 

Ata says: "Whenever Abdullah bin Umar prayed Jumah in Makkah, he would move a little forward after the Jumah prayer and offer 2 Rakaat; then he would move a little forward again and offer 4 Rakaat. And whenever he prayed Jumah in Al-Madina, he did not pray in the Masjid after the Jumah prayer until he went back home; then he prayed 2 Rakaat. when he was asked why he did not pray in the Masjid after the Jumah prayer. He answered, "This was the practice of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)."

 

2, 4 or 6 rakah sunnah prayer is permissible

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after saltul jumah, if u want to pray at ur house then u only need to pray the usual 2 rakat at home, whereas if ur praying at the masjid, then u should pray 4 rakat,.........wasalam

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Assalamu Alaikum, Jumah salaat ismade in the masjid in Jamaat. I cannot be made individually.

 

Here is a breakup of the number of Rakaats normally made according to Hanafi Fiqh:

 

4 Rakaat Sunnah (stressed upon)

 

2 Rakaat Fard (Compulsory)

 

2 Rakaat Sunnah (stressed upon)

 

4 Rakaat Sunnah (stressed upon)

 

2 Rakaat Nafl

 

The Khutbah is part of Jumaa and should be attended, the 2 Rakaat Fard have to be made in the Masjid with Jamaat.

 

The rest of the Sunnah can be made in the masjid or at home.

 

I hope it is clear now inshaAllah.

 

Wassalamu Alaikum, umAhmad.

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errr.. you cant do jumu'ah at home.. :D

 

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oh i dont mean u do the jumah at home, i mean u could do the sunnah at home instead of praying at the masjid after jumah,.......

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The Hanafi Maadzhab is like this:

 

4- Rakkat sunnah

2- Fardh

4- Rakkat Sunnah

2- Rakkaat Sunnah

2- Nafl (completely optional)

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The following is an excerpt from Fiqh As Sunnah:

 

Volume 2, Page 144a: Nawaf'l before and after al-Jumu'ah

 

It is a sunnah to pray four rak'at or two rak'at after al-Jumu'ah: Abu Hurairah reports that the Prophet sallallahu alehi wasallam said: "Whoever is to pray after the Jumu'ah should pray four rak'at." This is related by Muslim, Abu Dawud, and at-Tirmizhi.

 

Ya'la ibn Umayyah reports that he heard the Prophet recite, while on the pulpit: "And they cry: O Malik!..." (az-Zukhruf 77). This is related by al-Bukhari and Muslim.

 

Ibn 'Umar says: "The Prophet would pray two rak'at in his house on the day of Jumu'ah." This is related by the group.

 

Ibn al-Qayyim says: "After the Prophet finished the Jumu'ah, he would enter his house and pray two rak'at, and he ordered those who prayed the Jumu'ah to pray four rak'at after it.

 

Our sheikh Ibn Taimiyyah says: 'When he prayed in the Masjid, he would pray four [rak'at], and when he prayed in his house, he would pray two rak'at.' I say: this is what the hadith is pointing to. Abu Dawud records from ibn 'Umar that when he prayed in the Masjid, he would pray four rak'at, and when he prayed in his house, he would pray two rak'at. Also, in the two Sahihs it is reported from ibn 'Umar that the Prophet would pray two rak'at in his house after the Friday salah."

 

If one prays four rak'at, then, according to some, he is to pray them all connected, while others hold that he is to pray two rak'at, make the taslim, followed by another two rak'at. It is preferred to pray them in one's house. If one prays them in the Masjid, he should change his place of prayer after the Friday salah.

 

Concerning any sunnah prayer before the Friday salah, Ibn Taimiyyah writes: "The Prophet sallallahu alehi wasallam never offered any salah after the azhan and before the Friday salah, and no one has ever related such an act from him. During the Prophet's time, there was only one azhan and that was made when the Prophet sat upon the pulpit. Bilal would make the azhan and then the Prophet would give the two khutbahs. Next, Bilal would make the iqamah and the Prophet would lead the people in salah. It is not possible that the Prophet would have made a salah after the azhan nor anyone else among the Muslims who prayed with the Prophet could have done so. And we have no evidence to show that the Prophet, sallallahu alehi wasallam, prayed in his house before going out to the Masjid on Friday. He did not specify any time for any salah before the Friday salah. What he said was meant to exhort those going early to the Masjid on Friday to engage themselves in prayer. He said: 'Whoever goes out early and walks and does not ride to the Masjid and prays what has been prescribed [by Allah] for him...' That has been related from the Prophet's companions. When they would reach the Masjid on Friday, they would pray whatever amount was easy for them. Some of them prayed ten rak'at and some prayed twelve and some only eight and others less than that. For this reason most of the scholars are of the opinion that there is no sunnah prayer with a specified number of rak'ah or time, before aljumu'ah, for there is nothing either in the actions or statements of the Prophet to support or confirm it.

 

Wassalam

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when it talks about the group...

 

Bukhari,Muslim,An-Nasaa'ee,Abu Dawood,Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah right? :D

 

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