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I Have Listen That A Person Can Get Double Reward If He Do Mubasharat (sex) With His Wife In The Friday’s Night. Is It True?

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Question

Is it mustahabb for a man to have
intercourse with his wife on Friday
nights?
Summary of answer:
Conclusion: We do not know of
anything in the religious texts to
indicate that it is mustahabb to
have intercourse with one’s wife on
Friday night.

Answer

Praise be to Allah.
We do not know of anything in the
Islamic texts to indicate that it is
mustahabb for a man to have
intercourse with his wife on Friday
night [i.e., the night before Friday]
in particular, let alone that he will
have a double reward for doing that.
But some of the scholars are of the
view that it is mustahabb to have
intercourse with one’s wife on
Friday, because the Prophet
(blessings and peace of Allah be
upon him) said: “Whoever does
ghusl from janaabah on Friday, then
comes to the mosque early, it is as
if he sacrificed a camel…”
Narrated by al-Bukhaari (881) and
Muslim (850).

An-Nawawi (may Allah have mercy
on him) said:
The words of the Prophet (blessings
and peace of Allah be upon him),
“Whoever does ghusl from janaabah
on Friday” refer to ghusl that
resembles the ghusl from janaabah
in the way it is done [as the Arabic
text may be understood in that
way]. This is the well-known view
concerning the interpretation of
this report.
Some of our companions said in the
books of fiqh: What is meant is
ghusl from janaabah in a real sense.
They said: It is mustahabb for him
to have intercourse with his wife,
because that is more effective in
helping him to lower his gaze and to
have a sense of calm and ease.
But this view is weak or false, and
the correct view is what we have
mentioned above. End quote.
Sharh an-Nawawi ‘ala Muslim
(6/135).
Al-Haafiz Ibn Hajar (may Allah have
mercy on him) said:
According to a report narrated by
Ibn Jurayj from Sumayy, that was
recorded by ‘Abd ar-Razzaaq: “… and
one of you does ghusl as he does
from janaabah…” What appears to
be the case is that the resemblance
is in the way it is done, not in the
ruling. This is the view of the
majority.
And it was said that this indicates
that one may have intercourse on
Friday so that he might do ghusl
from janaabah on that day. [?] And
the wisdom behind it is so that he
might have a sense of calm and
ease when going to the prayer, and
will be less likely to let his gaze
wander. This also causes the woman
to do ghusl on that day.
An-Nawawi said: Some of our
companions were of this view, but it
is weak or false, and the correct
view is the first one. End quote.
Ibn Qudaamah narrated this view
from Imam Ahmad, and also proved
it to be soundly narrated from a
number of the Taabi‘een. Al-Qurtubi
said that it is the most likely view
to be correct, so there is no way to
claim that it is invalid, even if the
first view is more likely to be
correct. Perhaps he meant that it is
invalid according to his madhhab.
End quote.
Fath al-Baari (2/366)

They also quoted as evidence the
words of the Prophet (blessings and
peace of Allah be upon him):
“Whoever does ghusl and causes his
wife to do ghusl, comes early to the
mosque, sits close to the imam and
does not engage in idle talk, will
have for every step he takes the
reward of one year, its fasting and
prayer.”
Narrated by Abu Dawood (345), at-
Tirmidhi (496) and an-Nasaa’i
(1381); classed as saheeh by al-
Albaani.
An-Nawawi (may Allah have mercy
on him) noted that there are two
versions of the hadith, which use
different forms of the verb ghasala
(wash), namely ghasala (to wash)
and ghassala (to make someone else
wash).
If we accept the report which says
ghassala (make someone else
wash), then it may be understood in
the following three ways:
i. That he causes his wife to do
ghusl by having intercourse
with her, which means that
she has to do ghusl, and he will
do ghusl too. They said: It is
mustahabb for him to have
intercourse on this day, so as
to protect him from seeing
anything on his way (to the
mosque) that could distract
him.
ii. That what is meant is washing
the limbs when doing wudoo’,
washing each one three times,
then doing ghusl for Jumu‘ah.
iii. Washing his garment and his
head, then doing ghusl for
Jumu‘ah.
If we accept the report which says
ghasala (wash), then it may be
understood in the following three
ways:
i. That it refers to intercourse, as
was stated by al-Azhari, who
said: It may be said of a man
ghasala imra’atahu , if he has
intercourse with her.
ii. That it refers to his washing
his head and his garment.
iii. That it refers to wudoo’.
The preferred view is that which
was preferred by al-Bayhaqi and
other scholars, which is that the
word is ghasala and refers to
washing the head.
This is supported by a version of
this hadith which was narrated by
Abu Dawood: “Whoever washes his
head on Friday and does ghusl.”
Abu Dawood in his Sunan and al-
Bayhaqi narrated this interpretation
from Makhool and Sa‘eed ibn ‘Abd
al-‘Azeez.
Al-Bayhaqi said: it is explained in
the report of Abu Dawood and Ibn
‘Abbaas (may Allah be pleased with
them) from the Prophet (blessings
and peace of Allah be upon him).
The head is singled out for mention
because they used to put oil and
marsh mallow ( Althaea officinalis)
and the like on their heads [to clean
the hair], and they used to wash
the head first, then do ghusl. End
quote.
Al-Majmoo‘ Sharh al-Muhadhdhab
(4/543)
What is most likely to be correct is
that the hadiths which speak of the
instruction to do ghusl on Fridays
have to do with going to Jumu‘ah
prayer, because it is mustahabb to
do ghusl and put on perfume to go
to the prayer, and none of them
have anything to do with it being
mustahabb to do have intercourse
on this day.
And Allah knows best.

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