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Friday prayer and its rulings, a study in the book Madarik al-Ahkam Asst. Lec.Rehab Hussein Jabbar / University of Kufa/ Faculty of Basic Education

The teaching assistant lecturer(Rehab Hussein Jabbar) from the Department of Islamic Education in the faculty of Basic Education at the University of Kufa participated in the scientific conference held at the Holy Abbasid Shrine entitled (The Scientific Movement of Karbala in the Tenth Century AH)
The research dealt with several matters, as Muslims agreed on the principle of the obligation of Friday prayer, and their sects and jurists differed regarding the conditions for its obligation and the conditions for its validity, Likewise, the opinions of the jurists of the Jaafari school of thought themselves differed regarding the conditions for the validity and obligation of Friday prayer, as most of them decided that the presence of the infallible Imam (peace be upon him) is a condition for its obligation, so it is not obligatory except in his presence or someone acting on his behalf before him. But a significant number of Shiaa jurists saw it as obligatory even in the era of the Imam’s occultation, provided that all other conditions are met.
A few jurists saw that it is not valid in the absence of the imam, and others believe that it is obligatory for those in charge, within the established conditions, to attend the Friday prayer, if it is held according to its conditions, it becomes obligatory. However, if the number exceeds the number, the Friday prayer will be held by seven or five people, led by the one who fulfills the conditions of the well-known imam of the congregation, and among the jurists who went for that is Sayyid Muhammad bin Ali Al-Amili (d. 1009 AH) (may his secret be sanctified), and Sayyid Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr (d. 1400 AH) (may his secret be sanctified). And Sayyed Abu al-Qasim al-Khoei (died 1413 AH) (may his soul be sanctified), and Sayyed Fadlallah (died 1431 AH) (may his secret be sanctified), and others.
We will work to study this in light of the vision of Sayyid Muhammad bin Ali Al-Amili, which he established in his book, Madarik Al-Ahkam, following his jurisprudential approach, while explaining some of his corresponding opinions.

Keywords: Friday prayer, the book, Madarik Al-Ahkam, by Sayyid Muhammad bin Ali Al-Amili.

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