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Benefit: Reciting Verses Relevant to the Khuṭbah in Ṣalāt al-Jumuʿah?

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy
It has been reported that Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn (may Allāh have Mercy on him) was asked:


بالنسبة لبعض الخطباء إذا خطبوا ، يجعلون للخطب مناسبات، فمثلاً إذا جاء موسم الإسراء والمعراج يخطبون فيه ويبينون بعض الفوائد ويعرجون على بيان بعض البدع والأخطاء التي تقع في هذا اليوم، فما حكمه؟

Regarding what some khaṭībs do when they deliver their khuṭbahs, they give their khuṭbahs topics relevant to current events, if the time of Israa' and Mi'raaj comes around they speak about it, drawing benefits from it, warning from innovations and mistakes performed that day, what is the ruling on this?

It was reported that he answered:

( هذا طيب يعني: كون الإنسان يجعل الخطبة مناسبة لما حدث، هذا طيب، وهذا هو الغالب على خطب النبي -صلى الله عليه وسلم- ، ولهذا إذا وقعت حادثة تحتاج إلى خطبة ، قام وخطب حتى بغير جمعة. كون الإنسان يراعي الأحوال ويخطب في المناسبات هذا طيب؛ مثلاً في رمضان يتحدث عن الصيام، وفي الحج يتحدث عن الحج، وفي ربيع الأول عن الهجرة، يعني: ينظر المناسبات، هذا لا بأس به، وهو دليل على أن الخطيب فقيه وحكيم. لكن هنا مسألة بعض الأئمة يفعلونها إذا خطب خطبة قرأ في الصلاة الآيات المناسبة لها هذا هو الذي يقال: إنه بدعة؛ لأن الرسول -صلى الله عليه وسلم- كان ملازماً لقراءة سبح والغاشية أو الجمعة والمنافقون، ولم يكن يراعي موضوع الخطبة)

This is good, meaning that a person makes his khuṭbah relative to certain occasions. This is good, and it is how most of the khuṭbahs of the Prophet (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) were. When something happened that needed to be addressed, he stood up and gave a khuṭbah (about it), even if it wasn't Jumu'ah. So for a person to give consideration to current situations and focus his khuṭbahs on them is good. For example, in Ramaḍān, he speaks about Ramaḍān, at Ḥajj time he speaks about Ḥajj, and in Rabīʿ al-Awwal he speaks about ḥijrah, meaning: he considers occasions, and there is no problem with that. It is even a proof that the khaṭīb has understanding and wisdom.

However, there is an issue here that some Imāms do, they deliver a khuṭbah about a topic and then read relative verses of the Qurʾān about that topic (in Ṣʿalát al-Jumu'ah). This is what is considered an innovation (bid'ah), since the Messenger (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam) used to keep to the reading of Sab-bih (Sūrah al-A'lā) and al-Ghaashiyah, or al-Jumu'ah and al-Munaafiqoon, and he did not used to consider the subject of the khuṭbah (when choosing verses to read in the prayer).

Source: A transcript of a tape entitled "al-Liqaa' al-Maftooh" (#155, side B)

Note: Although my (Mūsá Richardson's) consistent practice has been al-A'lā and al-Ghaashiyah, al-Jumu'ah and al-Munaafiqoon, or al-Jumu'ah and al-Ghaashiyah, I did what Shaykh Ibn ʿUthaymīn spoke of once in Toronto, in Sha'baan 1431 (Summer 2010), near the end of my stay there. I gave a khuṭbah about Ramaḍān and read the verses from Sūrah al-Baqarah about it in the prayer. At that time, I did not know anything against doing it. I would like to request that anyone who was there or has the recording should please take note of what is correct about this issue, and do not follow my mistaken practice.  And we ask Allāh for steadfastness upon His Path.  And Allāh knows best.

Translated by: Mūsá Richardson

Benefit: What Is the Ruling on One Who Delivers the Sermon on Friday Reciting Verses

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

What is the Ruling on One Who Delivers the Sermon on Friday Reciting Verses within the Friday Prayer Which Are Appropriate for the Topic of the Sermon? Answered by: the Eminent Shaykh, Ṣāliḥ Ibn Fawzān al-Fawzān. 

May Allāh treat you well, O Eminent Father; a questioner asks: [Q]: What is the ruling on the one who delivers the Friday sermon reciting within the prayer, verses which appropriately fit the topic of the sermon and taking this as his regular practice in every Khutbah? [A]: Do you mean that he recites thus in the Ṣʿalátul-Jumuʿah or at the end of the Khutbah? If what is meant is that he recites this in the Ṣʿalátul-Jumuʿah, then this has not been legislated nor has it been narrated (from the Prophet) sallāllahu ʿalayhī wa-sallam. That which has been narrated is that he should recite: “Glorify the Name of your Lord the Exalted.” [Sūrah-A’lā, 87:19] and Al-Gaashiyah or Al-Jumuʿah and Al-Munaafiqoon. This is what has been narrated; and it is not proper for him to recite that which corresponds with (the topic of) the Khutbah. This is proper within the Khutbah, that he recites from the Qurʾān that which appropriately suits the (topic) of the Khutbah; within the Khutbah itself, yes. As for the prayer, then (the recitation therein) is not to be restricted to the subject matter of the Khutbah.

1) Translated by: Raha ʿAzīzuddīn Batts
Source: http://sahab.net/forums/showthread.php?t=378891

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