The fallacy of the Friday prayer
THE WORD FRIDAY JUMMA CAME FROM MAN MADE HADITHS
The word “friday” appears 109 time(s) in 67 hadith(s) in Bukhari.
The word “friday” appears 101 time(s) in 84 hadith(s) in Muslim.
The word “friday” appears 53 time(s) in 35 hadith(s) in Abudawud.
The word “friday” appears 1 time(s) in 1 hadith(s) in Muwatta.
In the Quran Zero (0).
Note: All important Islamic days are based on lunar calendar except the Jumma Friday which is according to the Georgian calendar. Why?
Why were the Muslims in Prophet’s time following the Georgian calendar ???
THE SEVEN-DAY OF THE WEEK AND THEIR NAMES
The Seven-Day of the Week and their names come to us originally from the Greeks and Romans, who named the days of the week after their gods and giant objects in the sky.
Sunday: Sun’s Day. The Sun gave people light and warmth every day. They decided to name the first (or last) day of the week after the Sun.
Monday: Moon’s Day. The Moon was thought to be very important in the lives of people and their crops.
Tuesday: Tiw’s Day. Tiw, or Tyr, was a Norse god known for his sense of justice.
Wednesday: Woden’s Day. Woden, or Odin, was a Norse god who was one of the most powerful of them all.
Thursday: Thor’s Day. Thor was a Norse god who wielded a giant hammer.
Friday (Jumma): Frigg’s Day. Frigg was a Norse god equal in power to Odin.
Saturday: Saturn’s day. Saturn is the Roman and Italic god of agriculture.
ISLAMIC DAYS WERE SUPPOSED TO BE LIKE THIS
1- (Yaum) al-Aḥad الأحد (first day)
2- (Yaum) al-Ithnayn الإثنين (second day)
3- (Yaum) ath-Thalaathaaʼ الثلاثاء (third day)
4- (Yaum) al-Arba‘aa’ الأربعاء (fourth day)
5- (Yaum) al-Khamīs الخميس (fifth day)
6- (Yaum) al-Sittah السته (Sixth day)
7- (Yaum) al-Sab’a سبعة (seventh day)
BUT THEY CHANGED IT TO
6- (Yaum) al-Jumu‘ah الجمعة (Friday) ???