Preparing for Eid

Abdul Nasir Jangda


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The speaker discusses the cultural practice in Iraq, including the use of salata aid and the importance of practicing it. They also mention the presence of the Deva (the holy eye) and the practice of daily prayer. The speaker emphasizes the need to practice these practices to demonstrate the presence of the Muslim community and maintain social connections.

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called the Abu Yusuf anymore, Mohammed the Saudi bein, they are of the opinion along with the other three schools, the vast majority that the tech V rods are actually

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most known and they are recommended for Adel feta as well.

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When do those technologies exactly begin? So there's once again some difference of opinion there. Some of the scholars say it starts actually when you leave your home to go for salata aid in the morning, however, once again, the majority of the scholars do say that the tech can be docked start from the Maghrib of the night before. So after maghrib, after Aisha, after Sultan Fajr. And then of course when you're going for the eight prayer itself, and then once the Imam comes to lead the prayer, then that is when they conclude.

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The third thing is that what are exactly the types of Iraq that are standard. So there once again is a little bit of there's two different narrations. Some of them mentioned that it has the tech been Allahu Akbar twice in the beginning. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allah Allah, Allah Allah, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar or leela, he'll hand and then there is another narration that mentions it thrice fell often. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, La ilaha illa Allah, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, well, Lila Hill hyung. So either form is really honestly fine, there really doesn't make a difference in any case. And aside from that, you know, it's very important just in general, to try

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to be here for salata, Asia,

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as we are right now and to attend Salat al Fajr on the morning of aid. And aside from that, the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, the traditions observed by the prophets, Allah, the Saddam were, that were, you know, he would be wearing whatever, you know, the best garment was the prophets a lot, A salaam would bathe in perfume, and then he would leave for the salata aid.

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And when while we're going through the slaughter aid, we say the TV dot, the prophets, Allah, the son would eat something before he would go for their eat prayer after fajr. But before the aid in between there, he would have something, even if it was just a date and some water to clearly break the pattern of the fact that we are not fasting because the prophets doesn't forbade us from fasting on the days of a lotta sumo via the layup. So that's another similar to observe to make sure you just have some water or something. If nothing else, on the morning before you come for solid aid, and saying the tech we're not coming here and then of course, the eighth prayer will be performed.

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We don't need to discuss the procedure of that too much because that will be done in the morning and the Imam of course will be leading everyone. So it's more about following with the Imam and then there's another observance the prophets Allah be some had particularly and that is on the way back from salata aid, he will take a different route than the one that he came on to aid. And there's a lot of discussion as to the wisdom of the, you know, whether it is it harder Ashoka to Muslim mean, that it is to demonstrate, you know, really the beauty of the Muslim community, and, you know, really demonstrate the presence of the Muslim community.

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And so there's much wisdom in it, but nonetheless, to whatever extent one can practice that that was the son of the prophets, Allah the term as well. And then in general, it's important to remember for the Deva, Eid, that it's fairly clean, we're sure we won't be all that these are days of eating and drinking and spending time with family and friends and loved ones and as a community. So inshallah tried to be more in a celebratory kind of mode, where we are meeting and greeting one another and spending time with each other and congratulating one another. While of course, obviously, observing the obligations of the dean and making sure that we maintain our five times daily prayer. May Allah

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subhanaw taala accept from all of us. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar La ilaha illallah who Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar Allah Lila Hill Hamza Aidan Baraka everyone. Just

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