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Juma'a Mubarakah - Kufi

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Juma'a Mubarakah - Kufi

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Arabic Calligraphy of Juma'a Mubarakah "جمعة مباركة", in Square Kufic Script "الخط الكوفي المربع".

In Islam, Friday is the day of communion, of praying together, often mistaken as the holy day of Muslims corresponding. Friday observance includes attendance at a mosque for congregation prayer or Salat AlJumu'ah. It is considered a day of peace and mercy (see Jumu'ah) as well as a day of rest.

Muslims are recommended not to fast on a Friday by itself (makruh, recommended against, but not haram, religiously forbidden), unless it is accompanied with fasting the day before (Thursday) or day after (Saturday), or it corresponds with days usually considered good for fasting (i.e. Day of Arafah or Ashura), or it falls within one's usual religious fasting habits (i.e. fasting every other day), then it's completely permissible. Muslims believe Friday as "Syed-ul-Ayyam" meaning King of days. A narration in Sahih Muslim describes the importance of Friday as follows.

"Abu Huraira reported the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) as saying: The best day on which the sun has risen is Friday; on it, Adam was created. on it he was made to enter Paradise, on it he was expelled from it. And the last hour will take place on no day other than Friday. (Sahih Muslim Book 7, Hadith 27)”

The Quran also has a sura (chapter) called Al-Jumu'ah (The Friday).

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