Can Anyone Write Here the Shia Jumma Khutba in Arabic Or Paste A?

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Can anyone write here the Shia Jumma Khutba (Friday sermon) in Arabic or paste a link to some website or book/PDF file?

Just because the holy book of Islam was revealed in Arabic doesn’t mean that you have to give up every other language for its sake. The Friday sermon is something that is meant to be understood by the people. You’re trying to convey a message, not recite God’s word. It isn’t even logical to expect whoever’s speaking to use a language that the majority of his listeners won’t understand (not properly or fully, at least). In most parts of the world, Friday sermons use the language that the people of that region know and speak. Sermons here in Pakistan tend to use Urdu and sometimes even regional languages like Punjabi (if the audience can all be expected to know it). Those in the UK use English. Likewise, those in the Arab world would, quite naturally, use Arabic.

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In short, no one does an Arabic prayer and then uses Urdu for the next one.   I don’t give a shit what language you use. What matters is that you use a prayer in the language that you understand in the context of the sermon; the people, not the language — and then you use the correct language for the final prayer. If I use English for my Quran reading (as I do), I would never use Urdu for any prayers except the final one. And, if you ask me about using Arabic on Friday sermons, I can only say that my advice is if you find yourself in my place, please think twice before asking for my advice or suggesting that I can do whatever you want. The whole idea that a sermon is a translation of Holy Quran into Arabic or any other language is just not true..