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Last 'Friday' of Ramadhan Month - Also 'Yaum al quds'

Sayyid Ibn Tawus and Shaykh al-Saduq have both narrated the following on the authority of Jabir ibn `Abdullah al-Ansari:I visited the Messenger of Allah (a.s) on the last Friday of Ramazan. As he saw me, he said, “Jabir: This is the last Friday of Ramazan. You should thus bid it farewell by saying the following:  Image

اللَّهُمَّ لاَ تَجْعَلهُ آخِرَ ٱلْعَهْدِ مِنْ صِيَامِنَا إِيَّاهُ

all¡humma l¡ taj`alhu ¡khira al`ahdi min ¥iy¡min¡ iyy¡hu

O Allah, (please) do not make it the last of our fasting in this month,

فَإِنْ جَعَلْتَهُ فَٱجْعَلْنِي مَرْحُوماً وَلاَ تَجْعَلْنِي مَحْرُوماً

fa'in ja`altah£ faj`aln¢ mar¦£man wa l¡ taj`aln¢ ma¦r£man

but if You decide so, then (please) make me enjoy (Your) mercy and do not make me deprived (of it).

Verily, anyone who says this supplication will win one of the two good things; either attaining the next Ramadhan month or having the forgiveness and mercy of Almighty Allah.”


Salaat/Namaaz ' Baraye Kaffaara-e-Namaaz-e-Qazaa': This Namaaz is a Kaffaara (atonement) for Qazaa Namaaz. (& NOT a substitute for Qaza).

This is from the book MANHAJ DA’WAAT in which it is quoted from Imaam Ali (A.S.) whose-so-ever’s Namaaz has elapsed (qazaa) excessively then he should offer this Namaaz on the last Friday (Jum’atul Widaa) of Holy Ramadhaan as atonement.

It is of four rak’ats, two rak’at each. In every rak’at after Al-Hamd recite 25 times Surah- AL-Ikhlaas, once Aayatul Kursee and 15 times Surah – Al-Kawsar and after Namaaz recite the following Duaa:

“Allaahumma Yaa Saabiqal Fawti Yaa Saami’as-Sawti Yaa Muhyi-al Idhwaami Ba’adal Mawti Swalli Alaa Muhammadin Wa Aali Muhammadin. Waj’allee Farajan Wa Makhrajan Mimmaa Anaa Feehi Innaka Ta’alamu Walaa A’alamu Wa Naqdiru Walaa Aqdiru Wa Anta Allaamal Ghuyoobi Yaa Waahibal Atwaaya Wa Yaa Ghaafirall Khatwaaya Yaa Saatiral Uyoobi - Subboohun Quddoosun Rabbul Malaaikati War-Roohu Waghfirlee Warham Yaa Rabbee.”


Last night of Ramadhan duas click here


The last Friday of Ramadan  is marked around the world as Yaum al Quds.

Ali ibn Ibrahim has narrated from his father from al-Nawfali from al-Sakuni from abu ‘Abd Allah, recipient of divine supreme covenant, who has said the following: “The Messenger of Allah has said, ‘Whoever does not feel any concern about the affairs of Muslims is not a Muslim anymore.’”H 2017, CH 66, h 2


International Day of Al-Quds (Rooz-e jahaany-e Qods in Persian: روز جهانی قدس), is an annual event opposing Israel's control of Jerusalem, (Al-Quds in Arabic: القـُدْس). Anti-Zionist demonstrations are held on this day in some Muslim and Arab countries and by Muslim and Arab communities around the world, but especially in Iran where the occasion was first suggested. It is held each year on the last Friday of Ramadan. Jerusalem Day is not an Islamic religious holiday but a political event open to both Muslims and non-Muslims alike, and thus observance is not obligatory in Islam.

The parade originated in Iran after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The observance was suggested by Ayatollah Khomeini, then Supreme Leader of Iran, in August of that year, saying

I invite Muslims all over the globe to consecrate the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan as Jerusalem Day and to proclaim the international solidarity of Muslims in support of the legitimate rights of the Muslim people of Palestine.
For many years, I have been notifying the Muslims of the danger posed by the usurper Israel which today has intensified its savage attacks against the Palestinian brothers and sisters, and which, in the south of Lebanon in particular, is continually bombing Palestinian homes in the hope of crushing the Palestinian struggle. I ask all the Muslims of the world and the Muslim governments to join together to sever the hand of this usurper and its supporters. I call on all the Muslims of the world to select as Jerusalem Day the last Friday in the holy month of Ramadan - which is itself a determining period and can also be the determiner of the Palestinian people’s fate - and through a ceremony demonstrating the solidarity of Muslims world-wide, announce their support for the legitimate rights of the Muslim people. I ask God Almighty for the victory of the Muslims over the infidels."[1]

During recent years it has spread among Muslim and non-Muslim countries[2][3][4] [5] even the U.S.[6] Nowadays participation is not limited to Arabs or Muslims but some non-Muslims also participate in it including Anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews.[7]


Why an international day of Quds?