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Today at 05:37:22 pm Heba E. Husseyn: Salaam all.  Today is 1st Dhul Hijja 1443 (corresponding to June 30, 2022).  Day of Arafah will be on 9th Dhul Hijja (July 8th) and Eid-al-Adha on 10th Dhul Hijja (July 9th). Fasting on the Day of Arafah is not obligatory, however it's a good day to observe a nafl fast for those healthy enough to do so.  Insh'Allah.
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 on: Today at 05:24:32 pm 
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😄   ..

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 on: Today at 05:22:54 pm 
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Abu Huraira forgot to weave a tale out of Sunday ..

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 on: Today at 05:14:47 pm 
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They jumped in to prohibit nafl fasting on Saturdays as well, unless you combine it with Friday or Sunday.  The reason cited is that since the Jews observe Sabbath (or whatever is their religious occasion) on Saturday, therefore Muslims shouldn't pick Saturday for nafl fasting.


From that absurd perspective, nafl fasting on Sundays should also be disallowed because that is the religious day for Christians.   These people really have zero common sense. 

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 on: Today at 04:51:33 pm 
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That's precisely what he is saying, and it's an ancient approach within their circles.

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 on: Today at 04:50:22 pm 
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Exactly.  Munajjid is actually saying that there is consensus among the "independent thinking" of jurists that their myths and tales should not be questioned.

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 on: Today at 04:47:05 pm 
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Not to forget, "Ijtahad" among our jurists is another word for consolidating a fib.

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Completely devoid of sense.

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Walaikum As-Salaam.   

Actually Shaykh al-Munajjid has gotten quite confused and lost for words to defend this utter senselessness of prohibiting Friday nafl fasts.  If it is prohibited because Friday is a busy day with lots to do, then joining it with Thursday or Saturday won't change that.  He responds to that claiming that if during a busy Friday of nafl fast the person isn't able to perform enough additional worships or dhikr, it will be compensated by the person's fasting and prayers the day before or after.  Even a middle-school kid wouldn't speak such hocus-pocus.
 
Another foolish reason given by the same category of jurists as al-Munajjid is disallowing single nafl fasts on Friday is to prevent the possibility of making Friday too important a day with "extreme veneration."  Totally illogical argument.  With that in mind, if someone fasts on Thursday and Friday, or Friday and Saturday, the possibility of that "extreme veneration" is still there.  Not to mention, a nafl fast on Friday does not in any way interfere with the fard Jum'aah salah.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:29:44 pm 
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 They say if Arafah comes on a Friday, non-pilgrims are allowed to fast even if they didn't fast on Thursday and don't intend to fast on Saturday .. calmly contradicting their own claims.  The problem with our jurist community - with the help of mind boggling falsehoods from hadith - is that they say and declare whatever they like, being too brainless as well as careless even to catch their own contradictions and absurdities.

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