The description of Khitab e Juma: Friday Sermons
On the first Friday of 1437 A.H, 2nd day of Muhram, October 16, 2015 e-wave team inaugurated a platform under the name of Khitab-e-Juma. The objective of the platform is to curate and release Friday Sermons from a select few Mosques and Seminary and distribute them globally through a mobile app. People also call these sermons Bayaan-e-Juma, Friday Sermon, and sometimes erroneously khutbat e juma which are in the Arabic rather than these khitabs in native languages that only complement Arabic khutba e juma for the benefit of general public having limited understanding of Arabic.
The Friday exhibits the strength of unity and power of Muslim brotherhood. It is a common practice in the Muslim countries where native language is not Arabic such as Sub-Continent where people assemble for Friday prayers and listen to the Bayan or Khitab-e-Juma in local languages in addition to Khutab e Juma. These Friday Sermons are one means of coming near to Allah, The Almighty and by seeking knowledge from Al-Quran and Sunnah communicated through the learned Speakers.
In the past, there was no concerted effort to showcase these words of religious wisdom on a single platform. A hub that preserves precious and historic religious talks and release them simultaneously on global scale. We have published and released hundreds of speeches since Khitab-e-Juma inception and the number is mounting with the passage of time, every week. We feel really blessed that we are pioneers in putting up the platform which disseminate the message of these Scholars from certain geographic localities to every nook of the globe.
Listen to the Khitab-e-Juma from the various scholars of Pakistan, India, and U.S.A who have grounded religious knowledge, eloquence, and distinguished style of deliverance. Following are the few lines about said scholars to make you familiar with their services and profile:
Mufti ZarWali Khan, Founder JamiaAhsan-UL-Uloom, Islamic Scholar from Pakistan. The distinguished Jamia offers the takhassus(PhD equivalent degree leading to Mufti status). His words of wisdom help many to understand the true essence of our Deen.
Haji Shakeel Ahmad Sahab, PanvelKhanqah, Mumbai, India. Born in 1950 in a small village of Azamgarh, UP, India. A man of wisdom who tries to balance himself between education & training (Talim), Preaching (Dawah) and purification of inner souls. He manages the famous Santacruz and 140 associated institutions. His talks are always straight and worth listening and provide a lot of substance to build a strong Muslim character. A true spiritual self by listening to our inner voice and finding peace in following the true and complete path laid down by Islam.
Maulana Abdul SattarHaafizullah, Masjid Bait us Salam Phase IV DHA, Karachi, Pakistan. He is an eminent Scholar and his humble means of speaking attracts many towards his words. Before he studied in JamiaFarooqia and known as an able student of Maulana Saleemullah Khan.
Mufti Tariq Masood,Imam Masjid Al-Falahiya, North Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan. He also teaches at “Jamia Tur Rasheed”. He is a certified Mufti (Authorized to give Fatwah-Legal Opinion) and a writer. What makes him stand out from other religious scholars is his voice which causes an eye to identify trouble and indicate ways to get the best in the light of faith. His lectures are heard and recognized, especially amongst young people. A brief outline of other famous religious scholars is below:
Mufti-e-Azam Pakistan, Mufti Rafi Usmani, Darul Uloom Karachi, Korangi Industrial Area
Hafiz Aakif Saeed, Tanzeem-e-Islami Allama Iqbal Road, Ghari Shahu, Lahore
Mufti Mohammad Navalur Rahman, Rahamt e Alam Foundation, Western Avenue Chicago, USA
Mufti Rizwan UL Haq Kalyanvi, Masjid e Quba, North Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan