تحقيق وتخريج الأحاديث والآثار المتداولة في الخطب العربية في صلاة الجمعة بمدينة طالقان ولاية تخار
Taloqan, the capital of Takhar province, is located in the northeastern part of Afghanistan and has 275 grand mosques (Masjid Jaami). On Fridays, which are considered a minor Eid (Muslim holiday), worshippers gather in these mosques to perform their religious duties. During this day, Friday sermons are delivered in the local language, typically covering different topics in each congregational prayer. In addition to these sermons, another sermon is given in Arabic after performing the optional prayers and before the obligatory prayers. This sermon usually includes repeated traditions and narrations. To conduct research on the authenticity and accuracy of these Arabic sermons, 150 questionnaires were distributed to various sermon givers, aiming to explore the narrations and traditions that are consistently repeated in Arabic sermons. The aim of this research is to investigate the authenticity and accuracy of these narrations and Hadis that are consistently repeated in the Arabic sermons. The research aims to raise awareness among the Imams of the grand mosques (Masjid J’ami) in Taloqan, who may unknowingly use weak or fabricated narrations and even those attributed to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), his companions and the early scholars.
Keywords: Friday, Narration (Hadis), Mosques (Majids), Sermon, Traditions.
Said Mohammad Hassan KHALILI, Assistant Professor, In the Department of Islamic Studies Faculty of Sharia, Takhar University – AFGHANISTAN
Niazulhaq HAZIM, Assistant Professor, In the Department of Islamic Studies Faculty of Sharia, Takhar University – AFGHANISTAN