2023 WAEC GCE Islamic Studies (Essay & Objective) Answers

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*DIFFERENCES:*

(i) *[Frequency and Occasion]:*
– [Jumu’ah] Salatul-Jumu’ah is a weekly congregational prayer held every Friday, serving as a regular communal gathering for Muslims. In contrast, [Eid ul-Adha] Salatul-‘Idul Adha is an annual prayer performed on the 10th day of Dhul-Hijjah, marking the culmination of the Hajj pilgrimage.

(ii) *[Timing and Regularity]:*
– [Jumu’ah] Salatul-Jumu’ah is performed during the day on Fridays, replacing the regular Dhuhr prayer, while [Eid ul-Adha] Salatul-‘Id is specific to the morning of Eid day and is not a regular occurrence throughout the year.

(iii) *[Rak’ahs and Format]:*
– [Jumu’ah] Salatul-Jumu’ah consists of two rak’ahs (units of prayer) with a sermon (khutbah) before the prayer. [Eid ul-Adha] Salatul-‘Id involves two rak’ahs as well but is distinct in its takbirs (declarations of “Allahu Akbar”) and includes additional takbirs during the prayer.

*SIMILARITIES:*

(i) *[Congregational Prayer]:*
– [Jumu’ah & Eid ul-Adha] Both Salatul-Jumu’ah and Salatul-‘Idul Adha are performed in congregation, emphasizing communal unity and solidarity among Muslims.

(ii) *[Khutbah (Sermon)]:*
– [Jumu’ah & Eid ul-Adha] Both prayers are preceded by a sermon (khutbah) delivered by the Imam, providing guidance, reminders, and often addressing pertinent issues within the Muslim community.

(iii) *[Special Communal Gathering]:*
– [Jumu’ah & Eid ul-Adha] Both prayers serve as special occasions for Muslims to come together in a large congregation, fostering a sense of community and shared celebration in their worship.

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