Ko e fo'i lea ko e ui ko ia faka'aonga'i kau Mosilemi kotoa pe he funga mamani ke fe'iloaki mo honau kau muimui Mosilemi 'i he 'aho 'e ono 'o e uike 'a e Mubarak 'o e Jumma “Falaite”.

Falaite (Mubarak 'o e Jumma) ko ha 'aho mahu'inga 'i he tui fakalotu faka-'Isilami pea 'oku 'i ai ha ngaahi 'ota makehe 'aki e Allah ('Otua). 'Oku 'i ai ha 'uhinga 'e ua ki he me'a ni; Lotu e lotu 'i he 'aho Falaite pe e Jumma 'a e lotu he uike kotoa pe 'a e kau Mosilemi pea ua 'o fakatatau ki he hisitolia faka-'Isilami, kuo hoko ha ngaahi me'a mahu'inga lahi kuo hoko 'i he 'aho ni.

Mubarakah 'o e Jumma – 'Aho monu'ia ko ia 'o e Jumma

'O fakatatau ki hono ako'i 'o e Muhammad 'o e palofita (PBUH), Ko ha 'aho ke tapuekina 'a e Jumma. Ke fakamanatua e ngaahi tapuaki 'o e Juma, Fakafe'iloaki e kau Mosilemi 'i he 'aho ni.

Ngaahi fonua 'i he Middles ma'u foki 'enau 'aho malolo fakauike 'i he 'aho Falaite kae 'ikai ko e Sapate koe'uhi ko e kau Mosilemi 'e lava ke fakahoko 'a e Jumma ko e lotu 'i he falelotu faka-Mosilemi pea mo fakamoleki honau taimi mo e famili. Ui ai ia ko ha 'aho 'o e fiefia he 'ikai ke ke hala.

jumma mubarak 'uhinga

Ko e 'aho ni kuo pe hono mahu'inga 'i he tui fakalotu faka-'Isilami mo e hisitolia. Ko ia, 'Oku mahu'inga 'a e 'ilo fekau'aki mo e 'aho ni, Ko e 'uhinga ia 'oku tau 'omi ai ha ngaahi fakamatala fakaikiiki ko 'eni kiate koe 'a ia te ne tokoni'i koe ke mahino 'a e mo'oni Ko e 'uhinga 'o e Mubarak 'o e Jumma, hono ngaahi tapuaki mo e me'a 'oku Allah mo e Muhammad 'o e palofita (PBUH) folofola fekau'aki mo e ngaahi 'aho mahu'inga ko 'eni.

Ko e ha 'a e Jumma?

Jumma ko ha faka-'Alepea ia ko e founga 'o e fo'i lea “Falaite”. Lolotonga e Jumma ko ha fo'i lea 'i he lea faka-'Alepea ka ko e kau Mosilemi kotoa 'oku faka'aonga'i 'e mamani e fo'i lea tatau pe ki he Falaite, tatau ai pe pe ko e fe 'a e lea fakafonua ko ia 'oku nau muimui.

Ko 'eni koe'uhi ko e vahehongofulu 'i he 'aho Falaite 'a ia ko e ngaahi hingoa “Lotu 'i he Jumma”. Ko e 'uhinga totonu 'o e 'aho Falaite 'i he lea faka-Pilitania ko e ha'ofanga.

Ko e ha 'a e Jummah 'o e lotu?

Hange ko ia 'oku fakamatala'i atu 'i 'olunga, Ko ha 'aho mahu'inga 'i 'Isilami 'a e Jumma koe'uhi ko e ngaahi me'a fakahisitolia pea mo e makehe 'o e lotu. 'Oku ui 'e he ngaahi lotu makehe ko 'eni 'a e Jummah 'o e lotu.

Ko e lotu 'eni kuo kuo foaki mai 'e he Falaite kotoa pe kae 'ikai ko e lotu 2nd (Lotu 'i he Zuhur) ho'ata 'i he falelotu faka-Mosilemi. He 'i he taimi 'o e lotu Jumma 'e lava ke kehekehe 'i he falelotu faka-Mosilemi 'a ia 'oku makatu'unga ia 'i he toenga 'o e taimi-tepile 'o e ngaahi temipale ka 'oku fa'a na'e hoko ia 'i he taimi 'o e Zuhur 'o e lotu. Muhammad 'o e palofita (PBUH) Na'e pehe 'e:

 "Ko e 'aho fakafiefia taha ia 'i he 'ao 'o e 'Otua 'oku Falaite, the day of congregation”

The Quran also encourage Muslims to visit mosques for the Friday prayer:

O you who believe! When the call to prayer is proclaimed on Friday hasten earnestly to the remembrance of God and leave aside business. That is best for you if you but knew. (Quran 62:9)

Jumma prayer is also special for Muslims because unlike other prayers of the day, there isn’t only Azaan (Call for prayer) and Salah but also the Imaams of the mosques deliver special Khutbah (speech) before the Jummah prayer

Jum'ah: E mahu'inga 'o e 'aho Falaite mo e lotu Jumma

The Friday prayer in Islam could not be completed without this speech which has been delivered in Arabic language only.

In many majorities of Muslim countries, the Imaam of the mosques also delivers a speech in their own language related to the Islam.

The purpose of this speech is to aware the Muslims about the great teaching of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and remind his sacrificed for the Islam.

This tradition is not very common in all Muslim countries but countries like Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Egypt and Saudi Arabia do follow this.

Ko e 'aho Falaite 'aho ma'oni'oni ki he kau Mosilemi?

Friday is considered the holy day for Muslims because of its importance and the messages which have been delivered by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) for this day to tell its importance.

This day has not been just called blessed but also as Eid day (the day of celebration) by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). But that’s the not only reasons for calling Friday as holy.

There are many important events took place on this day due to which Muslims call the Jummah day (Jumu’ah)as a holy day. These events include the events like:

  • Allah created Adam on Friday and sent to his to the Earth. According to Islamic scholars, it is also the day of his death
  • According to the Islamic teaching, there has been an hour when all the prayers of the person has been accepted by Allah
  • Jumma has been called as the master day of the week in same way as Ramadan has been called master of all months
  • Islamic scholars claim that on each hour of this day, thousands of souls have been freed from the hellfire
  • According to Ibn Majah, this day has been called as the mother of the days where Tirmidhi says that people died on this day will be saved from the punishment of the grave
What do you mean by Jumma Mubarak?
The work Mubarak is or Mabrouk is Arabic language world which means is blessed or congratulations. In the Muslim world, this word has been used to congratulate an event or day to other Muslims.

Ngaahi lelei 'o e 'aho 'o e Juma

Ko ia, when you heard that a Muslim is saying Jumma Mubarak or Jumma Marouk to another follower, this means that he is greeting the blessings of this special day to each other. While both the Mubarak and Mabrouk are Arabic words but in non-Arabic Muslim countries,

Muslims prefer to use this word to greet the blessings of Friday to each other instead of using the word of their own local or national languages like Urdu, Hindi, English, and Turkish etc.

Some people also prefer to use other related words to greet the blessings of Friday. These words include happy Jummah, happy Jumma, happy Mubarak 'o e Jumma 2018, Juma Kareem and Friday Mubarak etc.

Jumma Mubarak dua

There isn’t any dua for the Jumma Mubarak which has been found in Quran and Hadees. This means that you do not to limit yourself to a specific dua only but you can pray anything which fit your need.

If you Google the “Jumma Mubarak dua” you will found thousands of different Jumma Mubarak dua in different languages.

You can go with any of them which you like most instead of limiting yourself with one specific Jumma Mubarak dua, the Jumma Mubarak dua has been used by Muslims to greet through online platforms like Whatsapp, Facebook, and Twitter and even through SMS etc .

jumma mubarak dua faka'uhinga

You can make Jumma Mubarak dua in any specific way including after the official prayer on Falaite 2018 in the mosque. Some mosques in the world specially organize for the Jumma dua in which they pray for the whole humanity and specifically for the Muslims.

mahu'inga 'o e Mubarak 'o e Jumma

mahu'inga 'o e Mubarak 'o e Jumma





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