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khutbah

(ˈkʊtˌbɑː)
n
(Islam) (in Islam)a Muslim sermon that is delivered on a Friday
[from Arabic khataba to preach]
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For years, it was not uncommon for an imam to question Copts' beliefs during his khutba (sermon) or even insult them verbally.
One of the laws provides for one external sound system at a place of worship (only) for the purpose of Azan, Arabic Khutba delivered on Friday or Eid prayers, an announcement of the death of a person, besides lost or found (a thing or a person) announcements.
One of the laws provides for one external sound system at a place of worship (only) for the purpose of Azan, Arabic Khutba delivered on Friday or Eid prayers, announcement of death of a person, besides lost or found (a thing or a person) announcements.
Minister of Awqaf (Endowments) Mouktar Goma'a delivers the Friday Khutba (sermon) at Mosque of Tawba (repentance) in Hala'ibc - File Photo An external view of Tawba (repentance) mosque in the city of Halai'b - File photo
The Eid salah (prayer) consists of two parts-the physical supplication and the khutba (sermon).
Leiser, "A khutba in the Name of Sultan Mahmut II: An Arabic Sermon to an Uncomprehending Congregation," Journal of Oriental and African Studies 25 (2016): 72-81.
The Khutba (sermon) covered the reward of Allah for those who kept the fast during Ramadan, highlighting the commands of Allah the Almighty and rejection of evil doings, in addition to lessons from praying, fasting and reciting the Holy Quran.
Eid prayer should be performed before the khutba of Eid as is confirmed in the hadith narrated by Ibn Amr, Abee Sa'eed, and Ibn Abbas, may Allah be pleased with them.
19) This is how, for instance, al-Bustani referred to it in his Khutba of 1858.
Delivering a Friday khutba (sermon) at a local Mosque in Gaza, Hayya strongly denounced some Arab leaders and officials for seeking to establish relations with Israel, saying that such a step would help the Zionists to infiltrate the Arab societies.
Tented glasses of vehicles and use of loud speakers in mosques except from Azaan and Khutba would also be not allowed.
Thanks to the mediation of the colonial-friendly Senegalese marabout Seydou Nourou Tall, Koyaga later agreed to pray separately only during the week, but to join the Odienneka for the Friday khutba so as to avoid the curse of fitna or division of the umma (Launay and Miran 2000).