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Why The Sunday "Assalaatu" Is Not Right According To Prophet Muhammad

Thousands of Muslims now attend "Assalaatu" on Sundays, and it has become a weekly habit for them.

This is a Bid'iah (innovation), and the Prophet (saw) has advised us not to introduce it into Islam. Furthermore, ALLAH the Exalted finished this religion FOR THE PROPHET, suggesting that everything not done by the prophet and the four Caliphates is not part of Islam.

Muhammad said ;

“I have perfected your religion for you today, fulfilled My favor on you, and chosen Islam as your religion; nonetheless, whomever is compelled to sin by hunger, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful" . (In English, Shakir)

Prophet Muhammad (saw) also warns us in his Hadith:

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It is also a type of Christian imitative behavior. Because many of them claim that if there isn't a Muslim gathering like Assalaatu on Sundays, many Muslims will go church. Any Muslim who goes to church on Sunday because he or she is bored isn't really a Muslim.


The Prophet proclaims:

According to Abu Sa'eed al-Khudri, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, "You will undoubtedly follow the methods of those who came before you hand span by hand span, cubit by cubit, to the degree that if they entered the burrow of a lizard, you will enter it too" (may Allaah be pleased with him). We inquired, “Do you mean the Jews and Christians, O Messenger of Allaah?” He inquired, "Who else?"


Following in the footsteps of Jews and Christians is haraam, according to this hadeeth, and those who do so are reprimanded. Islam emphasizes this prohibition by referring to people who imitate the kuffaar as kuffaar.

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