Abdul Wahab Saleem – Offering Salah on the Plane – Explanation of Sahih Al-Bukhari #09

Abdul Wahab Saleem
AI: Summary © The importance of praying during hot or cold weather is discussed, including the importance of keeping everything in a glass and not using water. The importance of praying is not specific to hot or cold weather, but is important for comfort and safety. The importance of praying is emphasized, and people may not want to pray while standing up. The importance of praying is emphasized, as it is not specific to hot or cold weather, but it is important for comfort and safety. The speaker discusses the importance of praying in the plane and provides guidance on safe practices. The importance of praying is emphasized, as it is not specific to hot or cold weather, but is important for comfort. The speaker also discusses the importance of praying in the plane and provides information on safe practices. The importance of praying is emphasized, as it is not specific to hot or cold weather, but is important for comfort and safety. The speaker also discusses the importance of praying in the plane and provides guidance
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Sooner hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah hamdulillah Hamden you are Finney, Omaha you Cathy OMAS either for some Allahu ala Sayidina Muhammad in one early he was like a big rain. Allahumma alumna and pharaoh now in front of you madlib Turner was in our 11 year chemotherapy surgery. Recently embryo melissani of boho Kohli are visiting element or visit near element or visit near Allah. Allah humara Salah Ilana Jota who Salah wanted your other has an ADA shade. So Hello Welcome everyone, to another class on sahih al Bukhari and today we are looking at Hadith number 22 Hadith number 22 Is the hadith of Aisha Radi Allahu Allah and her and she said that Garnet Donna the

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field within my doctoral Sudama or Takara Sudama Minh Sylvia, in the toe hurry have a tendency to wonder how Allah says ed to metal so LiFi

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Aisha Radi Allahu Allah and her said that after one of us used to get her period, she would take hold of the blood, the blood spot and rub the blood off of her garment and pour water over it and wash the portion thoroughly and sprinkle water over the rest of the garment. And then she would go and pray after that. Okay. So of course, now he's entering into, we're almost finished, actually when it comes to the Hatha because again, this is a summary. So, he's mentioned a number of a hadith related to the Hatha related to purification, which we've studied already. And this is one of the final ones normally the aroma dimension hailed towards the end of the section on Behala. They

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mentioned menstrual cycle towards the end of the section on purification generally, so we're getting towards the end and then we're gonna get into prayer after this. Okay, so this idea of the hadith of our Isha again, a lot of times you will notice that the rulings related to the the woman you will find that a hadith are told by Aisha Radi Allahu Allah, and not all the times but many times because obviously, she would know best she was with the prophets of salaam she was the most knowledgeable Sahaba Yeah, she was one of the most knowledgeable Sahaba generally. And so and she was also younger as well, she, she got to live longer and narrate on to the tablet react more and more than others a

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hobbyist for instance, right? So this is the reason why Aisha is narrating this hadith. She's saying that once, when one of us would get her period, she would be after the period, she would just rub off the blood from the spot in which the period you know, blood may have spread. And of course, they didn't have the same type of padding that we that women have now, or tampons and so on and so forth. So naturally, the blood would would also

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in purify the garments as well, the clothing as well. So how would they clean it? Ah, Aisha, she said her best practice was to clean the spot, specifically, not the entire garment. And there's a Hickman that all there's a wisdom in that. I'll get to that in a second. And then after that, after she would scrape it off, because again, there are no pads the way we know it today, right. So of course they would cover the area but there are no pads the way we know it today. So So naturally, there'll be a lot of blood all over the cloth itself. So the first step she would take is scrape.

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So the blood that's been gathered over the week, it gets scraped off. After that, she said she would wash the spot.

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Then after she's done scraping and washing, she would now

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almost sprinkle water all over the clothes all over the cloth. Okay, so she wouldn't wash the entire garment.

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Then she says after I'm done all of that, I would go and pray my salah. Okay, that that's how I do it. Now of course when we're talking about this, some people may feel you know, maybe it's inappropriate because I've been in such situations before we're mentioning I'm sorry. Afterwards someone comes and says, Brother You know what you were saying was so inappropriate. It's not these are kind of Sharia Isha is greater than me. She's teaching it to the Sahaba yet and sometimes it's a habit as well because they have to learn so when it comes to the gum of Allah as the version we have to express them very clearly. And these are things that you know, we shouldn't shy away from

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mentioning and expressing this as in body. This is the deen of Allah. rulings like this are similar to this or even in the Quran very explicitly as well. So anyways, going that's just a disclaimer going back to the point that what do we take from this hadith number one? The first thing that we take from here is that

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that the blood of menstrual bleeding

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It is similar when it comes to it's in purification to the rest of all other types of blood. Blood itself is considered impure.

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Some scholars, they said actually, the blood of menstrual bleeding is even one step further. But notice our Isha, all she does is scrape, wash, and that's the ruling with anything that happens to be impure. So that means there is no difference between blood and blood, it's all blood when it comes to the ruling. Okay? Another thing is that I Aisha is scraping washing the spot sprinkling all over this all over the cloth. So that shows you what we ended up doing with impurities generally, whether it be from the cycle, or urine or anything else, right? What we ended up doing, taking the cloth and throwing it right into the wash is not best practice. Why? Because if you take the whole

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cloth which has been purified, you throw it into the wash, it's obviously going to impure reify, the water that it's going to be encircling in, because you're basically putting a ball of impurity into into some water right now that water is naturally going to get purified, and it will spread the impurity to the rest of the class as well. So I Isha her practice was clean the spot then sprinkle water, because there's no need to wash the rest of the cloth anyways, because the impurity hasn't spread everywhere, right? So there's no need to wash the rest of the cloth. And of course, there's scarcity of water in the time of the prophets and sell them in desert Arabia. So there's another

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reason not to wash the complete cloth because there's scarcity of water. So even us if we're trying to wash things that have been in purified wash the area that has the impurities, whether it be from menstrual bleeding, whether it be from children's with diapers leaked, whether it be from any other thing that is, you know, someone had an accident all of those things wash the spot where the impurity is first then you put it into the washing machine, okay. So this is one of the Hichem are the benefits we can take from this particular Hadith. Another thing is that

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you see,

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in some of the previous religions, like Judaism, the idea was that if the woman goes on her cycle, then she has to be completely exiled from day to day home the life okay? This is founded a hadith authentic as well.

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In short, has sunnah of Abello II and, and books of Hadith as well, that Anna said that the Jews whenever their women would become, whenever their women would have a cycle, then they would not sit to eat with them, nor would they be around them in the houses as well as if they will be kept in a very, very secluded area, right. So some of the companions of the prophets I said Lim came and asked the Prophet to Salam. And Allah azza wa jal revealed the verses in Surah Bacala. They asked you about Muhammad, about the menstrual cycle in the period at that time, what do you do? So ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala said factors you don't need to

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leave, you know, engaging woman in the Maha Yoga in the spot itself, right?

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So then the Prophet explained to the Sahaba, that if you're in a situation where your spouse is bleeding, then do everything except for actual *, right? If a local law che in lenica Now, when the Jews heard of this, they said that there's nothing this man would ever hear of that we do accept and he's gonna do something else. Because for that, for them, the best practice was what? For them, the best practice was, hey,

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when the cycle happens, you completely disassociate from one another. There is no eating together, there is no drinking, drinking together, there's nothing you're not even going to sit in the same spot. Right? Now, why am I saying all this? The reason why I'm saying this is because the idea the concept was the woman has become impure.

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And in Islam, we don't have that belief. We don't have that idea. It's just the blood itself that is pure impure, okay, not that the whole being is become impurity, okay? There is a ritual impurity, that obviously, anyone who

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who goes through this gets into but has the entire being become physically impure such that you don't come close, you don't touch you don't even stay in the same room and the cloth, everything is going to become impure. No, because notice our Isha is saying, I wouldn't wash all of my clothes. I will just wash the spot and then sprinkle water on the rest of it. So from the sprinkle, we can take it that that it's not an obligation to wash and the scholars of Hadith

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said that the sprinkling is only done and there's many places in which the concept of sprinkling water comes. Last week someone was asking me a question about what if I'm not really sure if I'm using the bathroom some of the the purity you know kind of reflected back What if I'm not sure well there's also the concept of sprinkling there as well because now you have what swass You have some sort sort of doubt. So the prophets has taught us to sprinkle in those situations similarly over here, after she's done washing the spot sprinkles water on the rest of it to get rid of any what suas you know, any doubt any,

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you know, feeling that second guessing oneself that may be the Jassa spread elsewhere as well maybe the impurities spread to the rest of the cloth as well so sprinkle but wash, then adjust so that you can see and going back to the point from this hadith we take that the woman in its in her entirety doesn't become impure as some of the other religions may have assumed Okay, by now, he's number 23

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Is the hadith of Aisha as well because this is also related to women's affairs, okay. And this is also related to hailed as well menstrual cycle and Nomura. 10 minute and sore, Paulette Lin Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a woman from among the and farm, she said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So, who is this and Saudi woman? Well, Allahu Allah, Allah, even in the other reports, it just says Falana been Fulani Ansari. Yeah, it doesn't say the name. So a woman, some woman from the unsought from the Sahaba who are indigenous in how, who are the people who originally resided in Medina, asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how do I take a shower from my cycle? Now there are different reports in some of them. The Prophet explained the whole way of taking the shower, right? And the complete report has it this woman came and asked the Prophet to settle him, how do I take a shower when I have major ritual impurity after *? That was our first question. So all of

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this shows you there asking very, very clear questions to the prophets. And the prophets SLM is also willing to give clear answers because these are day to day things that people have to go through, as well. Right.

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And one of us a hobbyist actually came to the province and said Lim had a question of so short, and she said that Allah is not shy from telling the truth basically Allah in Hola Hola, esta he mean, and Allah is not shy from the truth. So then here's my question, right? She's basically professing herself. And she asked her the prophets SLM this question, how do I do hosted from Genova? How do I purify myself after major ritual impurity, and the prophets of Salam, he explained that you know, you start with the will do wash the right side of the face wash the left side of the body as well. And then he says that, you know, make sure when you're when you're washing the hair, that the water

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goes right into the skin as well. So this is very important for sisters and brothers as well. But normally, brothers don't have you know, very long hair even though if you can't have long hair as well, there's no problem the prophet had long hair, right? So

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wash until it gets to the roots. So the skin is is covered with the water. And then the profits are Selim described that then spread the water, then basically pour the water over the rest of the body as well. Right. This is how he described how to do the Western form Genova.

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And then, for hailed for the menstrual bleeding, he basically added the historical version of of a soap as well. Right?

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Then the prophets are still in after the whistle.

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After the Wilson sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he added something that is an old an old version of vaginal hygiene, basically, right? And this is what this hadith is saying as well. So I'm going to explain what the Prophet is saying. But of course, there's a lot of products that can be used now for to serve the same purpose. And

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because I have no one else to explain this hadith, I have to explain it very, very clearly. Even though the prophet had a shot with him. So he kind of alluded to what he had to say. And then he like I explained to the woman but I have to explain exactly what the prophet is eliminating and exactly what Isha said as well. Okay.

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So the woman asked, How do I do my Listen, after my, my bleeding? Okay, after my cycle.

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Again, he described the wholesale as I've already described to you, and he also included within that historic verse

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You know, of soap as well. And then the prophets of Salam said that who the Phil Sultan massacre, take a cotton ball that's perfumed, take a cotton ball that is perfumed. Now,

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basically what the Prophet is saying take something that is that you can apply some perfume to right like a cloth or a cotton ball as the Hadith says a filter. Of course, they have two ways of understanding filter, some of them say cotton, cotton ball or a small piece of cloth. Anyways, the idea is something that you can apply some perfume to so and perfume it with musk, first, our da e, this is all the Prophet said, then clean up. That's it.

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Now the woman wanted more clarity.

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He just said, first of all, by now beyond this, obviously, like getting into the fine details of it. It's difficult, difficult, right? And obviously at that moment, the prophet realizes as well, his issue standing right next to him as well. So it's going to be easy to just pass the buck on to Aisha. And she explains this also tells you something else. And that is that a person of less knowledge is allowed to teach in the presence of someone that is more knowledgeable if all of the reasons are there for that. Why? Because it shows obviously a lot less knowledgeable than the Prophet, this is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but the prophets has said look past the

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situation on die, he or she took the matters into our own hand. Because the Hadith actually has it. She that the woman said, and how do I clean up?

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How do I clean up she wants to get more details. So and this is fine, because she wants to get the ruling from the prophets of salaam as best and as perfect as possible. So I Isha, she got also a little bit, you know, concerned over here, she realized the Prophet doesn't want to speak any longer, especially because she asked the Prophet three times. And every time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would simply say, clean up.

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So third time, I Isha says yeah, Subhan Allah, basically. Oh my god.

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Yeah, Subhan Allah. Oh, my God, that I thought a dumb use that carton that the prophet is talking about to clean up the blood that's there. She took her she took her aside first. And then she said, Yeah, Subhan Allah, like, meaning you didn't get it. The Prophet is saying do this thing three or four times, three times, actually. And you still didn't get it. The Prophet is saying that, take the cotton, put some mask on it and clean up the blood. And the reason for that is obviously because of post period. odor, right? Obviously, this is not doing anything else except for that it's cleaning up that odor. And that's the reason why the Scholars they said this is a ruling that is specific to

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a woman who's married, okay, it's not necessary for everybody to do this, because this is specifically for the purpose so that the husband doesn't feel repelled or so on and so forth. Right.

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So this is a Hadith number.

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This is Hadith number 23. And there's a lot again, to learn from this hadith, one of the things that we can really learn is that sometimes there's physical, sometimes there's natural determines in the body of a person some, such as older generally, right? So someone may say that, you know, body odor is a natural part of human beings. Right?

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Because we have a lot of people going in that direction, this is how I am this is just how I Allah, this is just how I made and so on and so forth. Well, correcting something that is a deterrent, correcting something that would turn people off is completely fine. So long as you're doing that within the limits of the Sharia, right. And that's why there are a number of rulings, by the way related to this as well, that the people ask us

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maybe someone has a physical deformity and they need to correct it. Do we say this is considered changing the creation of Allah? No, if it's a physical deformity, and you're just using a surgical procedure to correct a physical deformity, it wouldn't be considered something that is changing the creation of Allah because it's natural to, to,

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to want to appear and also it's good to want to appear more and more appealing as well. Right so long as again, it's a physical deformity and people are not opting out to voluntary you know, surgeries to change the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala but now now we go to Hadith number.

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It is number 24 Hadith number 24.

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Hadith number 24. And I won't get into much detail with this hadith. But

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because of a hadith explained this hadith will also come up as well later, by Allah. Allah

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sipping romantic he said that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in Allah. What can I will Rahimi Mel Milliken, Allah has appointed for the womb and Angel, this angel says, Oh my Lord, now the, the being has become a clot. Now the Bing has become a piece of flesh. Now the Bing has basically all of the embryonic stages, right?

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And then when Allah wants to shape this being, all he says, is that God, when

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should he be male or female? Should he be happy or unhappy? Right? And then he asks Allah, what type of it is this person will have, how much sustenance this person will have, and how long he will get to live as well. All of that is written when the child is still in the womb of the mother. Okay, so this is the hadith of other the hadith of predestination or divine decree. And this is showing us that Allah has written and destined within the womb of the mother, a number of different things. Among them is the gender of the, the the embryo, okay? The fetus. And some people they say that Allah says in the Quran, that no one knows of what is within the womb of the mother except for Allah

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azza wa jal, but now we know whether it's male or female, this is one aspect, right? Male or female, that's just one aspect. But there's other aspects for instance, whether this person will be happy or unhappy within this life and the hereafter as well, whether he will be distressed or not, on the Day of Judgment, will he be granted salvation by Allah azza wa jal or not all of these things cannot be known by doctors, right? Similarly.

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Another thing is, the sustenance of this person will he be granted loads, will Allah give him more and more will he be granted less, this is something known to Allah azza wa jal, he is the far build and he is the bicep as well. He's the one who withholds from people, he's the one who grants to people as well. And there's a hadith Bootsy that from my slaves, or those who Nothing is good for them, except poverty. And if I enrich them, that I would corrupt their religion for them, and the opposite, as well, from my slaves, or those who Nothing is good for them except for richness and affluence. And if I was to impoverished them, then I would corrupt their religion for them as well,

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because people are of different types. And Allah gives them grants, and withholds based on how the person is. So this is another thing that is written down when the person is still within the womb, of the mother.

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And other thing that's written down when the person is still within the womb of the mother, is how long this person will get to live. Right? How long this person will carry on living.

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This is something that cannot be known by medicine. Right? No matter how advanced, we get into the study of biology, we can't figure out when a person is going to die. There are people who die, and they're very physically fit their biological age is very low as well. But they just die Sudden Death Syndrome. That's what that says, that's exactly what it is. Allah wished for this person to die at this moment, and he dies. So this is something that Allah distance, how long the person will get to live, or how short the person will get to live and the angel writes this down, during while the child or the fetus is still within the womb of the mother for you double fee botany on me, all of

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this is written down when the person is still within the womb of the mother.

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Hadith number 25. This hadith is well, this is not exactly a hadith in a sense that it's a statement of the prophets of Salaam. But this is a methyl or an this is an ethyl methyl. This is basically a

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an ethyl that came to us from the sahaba. And occasionally, I'll Buhari mentions, as are

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statements or actions of the Sahaba as well and sometimes the tabby rain as well. But he doesn't mention them in the book as Hadith. He mentioned them as supporting evidence most of the times in the beginnings of the chapters right in the right in the beginning of the chapters here as well. You mentioned this right in the beginning of a chapter, he calls it the chapter of praying on top of a mat. Okay, so the practice of praying on top of a giant namaz or a prayer mat, or I said Giada all of that is something that's also found within the Sunnah of the Prophet to Salem as well, although this hadith that he quoted here, in the summarized version, it's not alluding to that but there is

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another Hadith that talks about that as well. Right. So this hadith is a Hadith of Java, and also the hadith of Abu serie the hoodie.

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And the Hadith causes such Salah fee as definitive party men, they prayed in a ship while they were standing while they're both standing and Hassan Al Basri, he said, so this is a Dabiri. And Hassan was very closely affiliated to many of the Sahaba and the Omaha minion as well. So he knows exactly what the Sahaba do, right? Al Hassan he says that you you pray standing Mirlande the Sherpa Allah has hubback You stay standing so long as you don't make it difficult for your companion so long as you don't make it basically so long as it doesn't become difficult for you. And he said the dual Roma AHA Illa Sokka Aiden, and as the ship is turning, you also turn so you face the Kaaba, you face

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the Qibla and if it is difficult, and you sit down, okay, so there's a lot going on in this hadith. Let me break it down. The first thing is that the reason why the reason why

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he mentioned the word ca emain in the hadith is because standing and praying is an obligation

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especially in obligatory purse, and obligatory prayers. You don't have a choice to sit down. You have to stand and pray.

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Unless you're unable to stand and pray the prophets Allah Allahu Allah said let me said in an authentic hadith is a solid argument for LM testator for our Eden for LM, testator for Allah gym, for England, a subject for mustachian as well. Okay, stand up and pray. And if you're unable to stand up and pray, then sit down and pray. And if you're unable to sit down and pray as well, then pray on the side. And if you're unable to do that, as well then lie on your back. So this these are the different steps. So it is considered an obligation to stand in your prayer. And this is by the consensus of the Islamic scholars unless you're unable to and that's the reason why even when Abu

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Saeed Al Hadi, and also Jabba Abdullah they're on top of ship, right? They're on a on a journey. And even then they are standing and praying and Hessen says do that you should be standing and praying unless unless you can't and it's difficult for you right unless it's very difficult for you. Okay, so the hadith of Jabba Abdullah and the Hadith verbal serie dill Hadith or the Allahu Allah, Allah I know that they prayed both of them prayed standing. Now this is found mentioned in a Hadith also very, very clearly, by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that pray standing, pray standing.

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In LA and Taha fell hook, except if you're afraid that you're going to drown, except if you're afraid that you're going to drown. So going back to the hadith of Javed and the Hadith of Elvis as they were standing, and it hasn't said, Stand up in prayer, except if you're afraid or accept your, if you're afraid that it's going to cause other people around you to be afflicted by some sort of harm, right? So the Prophet is saying the exact same thing is there. He's saying suddenly call him and pray standing in the heartfelt rock, except if you're afraid that you're going to drown. Okay, so whether you're in a ship, or a plane as well, so from the ruling of the ship, by the way, this is

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where the scholars they took the ruling of the plane as well, right? Because the prophets I send them he basically allowed

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Irma Radi Allahu Anhu in the hadith of him or he allowed that man to pray in the ship. And there's an authentic hadith, in the Sunnah data Coatney, right, that some man came and asked the prophets of salaam about praying in a ship, he said, stand and pray, except if you're afraid that you're going to drown from this hadith. And from the concept of praying on a ship, the scholars, they took the ruling of the plane as well. So from this hadith, we can also take the ruling that when there's turbulence when there's turbulence, then you you don't have to stand and pray. Okay, now talking talking about speed praying in the plane,

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praying in the plane.

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How do we pray in the plane? Obviously, praying in the plane is there's a number of factors that you have to factor in. The first thing is some planes will actually give you a space to pray. And so far as I know that's basically Saudi airlines. Maybe there might be another airlines as well. I'm not really sure right. So some place some planes will give you a space to pray. You can obviously pray there but ensure that you're not praying at a moment of turbulence. You're not praying at a moment of turbulence because if there's turbulence, you're this is basically what the prophets has sent him saying he learned to half a lot of accepting, you're afraid that you're going to drown because

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there's a lot of turbulence so you might fall right. Similarly in the

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plane as well. If there's turbulence, you might fall and hurt yourself. And obviously, the cabin crew is going to tell you to go sit down as well. Right? So we, we say that if there's turbulence, then you go ahead, and you sit down and wait till the turbulence finishes, and then you go and pray. This is, of course, if you are in that fortunate circumstance, that you're in a plane where there is actually a place to pray, most planes will not have a place to pray.

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A lot of times, airlines will allow you to pray. Now the question that everybody asks them, not all the time, by the way, some airlines will not allow you to pray. Has anybody in that been in that circumstance? Where you asked the cabin crew? Can I pray? And they say, No.

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Anybody will? I've been in that circumstance. So I'll tell you one specific airlines, which does not allow, definitely it's like illegal on their planes to pray. Maybe they've changed it. But I remember many years ago being on their planes, and that is the it had airlines, they do not allow you to stand and pray. Okay, if you prayed a long time ago, they used to allow it in the middle, I would say, I remember experiencing this in 2013, a couple of times, with a number of flights through it to how the airlines, so I decided not to go on into how the airlines any longer because they don't allow you to prove

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that is they don't allow you to stand.

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And I asked,

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and literally, the cabin group crew told me it is now considered illegal for you to pray in the lens. But you can pray on your seat. Of course, right? Now, if you have a spot to pray Alhamdulillah if you don't have a spot to pray, what do you do, which is most of the planes.

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Now in the past what I used to do, and later on, I changed my mind on this, but what I used to do in the past was that I would pray in the lens. Okay, and that's what some scholars they say. But there's a problem with that. And of course, the Sharia always comes to solve these, these problems as well. People are trying to walk around. So you literally end up blocking people from walking around as well. And there is a Hadith in which the Prophet told us not to pray in artillery, basically a place, which is, which is the main

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location in which people walk as well. Why because sometimes there may be in a gas out over there, that's one reason. Second reason is people need to walk in. And when they see someone praying, and you're literally in the road, or you're literally in the way, then they're going to get affected by that. In the plane, there are some those planes that do not have a spot to pray, you're almost definitely going to be in the car at a party. Right? You're definitely going to be in the way. And if you pray, right by the bathrooms, it's almost 100% that there have been adjusted. Over the years, there will be a buildup of new Jassa, almost 100%. Right? Because, well, it's such a small bathroom.

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And you know what happens in airplane bathrooms, right? So there's gonna be no Jassa impurities all over the floor, they're definitely going back to the hadith of potty and not to pray in the packs. Because of this, I decided to change my mind later. And now, I recommend that don't pray standing in aeroplanes unless there's a specific section dedicated to for prayer, where they normally give you a prayer mats as well, you go put them on the floor, and you go ahead and pray because this way, there's no fear of no Jassa you're not blocking anybody as well. And you have to just ensure one thing, and that is that there is no turbulence when you get up in prayer, faith. Now, if you're not

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in that fortunate circumstance, how do you pray? Or what do you do? What are the steps that you have to think of number one?

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Number one, the first thing is that whenever the

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the time for prayer comes, either has to walk through for the law or whenever the time for prayer comes, then you have to think of a number of things.

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Am I going to be able to pray this prayer when I get to the other city? Am I going to be able to pray this prayer when I get to the other city?

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If you are meaning you're for example, Alicia time to our flight. Isha just started,

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will you be able to arrive to your just destination, Aisha time is left as well. If that's the case that don't pray on the plane, wait till you get there and find a location somewhere in the airport. Most many airports have a place to pray, go ahead and pray outside. The second thing is that

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if you're not going to be able to do that then you have to consider another factor.

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Are you trying to pray a prayer that can be coupled together with the next prayer? So for example, the plane takes off three minutes before motherhood. Motherhood comes in. And now you're going to be flying for the next three hours of

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You see measurable the finished show time comes. Should I pray Maghrib. Now on the planer, wait, okay, of course you're traveling, you're allowed to combine prayers. Don't pray on the praying as well combined the two gem heat and pray when you get there. But if

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you're not in these two circumstances

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you thought about the prayer. Am I going to be able to pray when I get there? The answer is no, you have to the flight time will cover the entire span of the prayer time.

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Can I combine this prayer to the next one? If the answer is yes, wait till you get off and pray their prayers together. Also think about the other way around as well. If you're traveling, let's say

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you're traveling before the second prayer, like us at a time, for example. And you have the ability to combine the little your your Assad with the door, because you can combine both ways you can take us up, bring it up to law time, you can take law, bring it down to us or time you can take Russia, bring it up to Muslim time and bring it Misha Muslim and bring it down to Russia time as well. So if you are in that circumstance where your flight is going to fly out before as a cover the entire time of so you will get there most of time, then go ahead and combine answer to the whole this way. For the most part except in very long travels, you will never have to pray on the plane. Okay. In the

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odd circumstance where you have to pray, there's a number of factors to remember number one.

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And this is very important that when you're making wudu, okay,

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the scholars, a lot of them, they say don't make little to begin with on a plane. Okay?

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If you have all the way to Hamdulillah. But don't make wudu what's the reason for that?

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Even if there's a slight Jain danger, I'm not an aerospace engineer. So I don't know if this is actually true. But this is what they mentioned, even if there's a slight danger, that some of that water may cause some sort of short circuit circuit, you will be responsible for all of those lights, that's one thing. But again, that may be solvable, right, depending on how the airplane has been crafted number two, is that there's limited amount of water that all of those little cards need. And you I've been on a number of flights, where we're on the plane, water finished.

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Yeah, happens. If you're a frequent flyer, which I was, at some point in my life, you will know this very well that you're going to be in those circumstances where the whole plane needs to use the bathroom. And somebody decided to really use a lot of the water and the water completely finished. Right? So that water is meant to be shared by everybody on the plane. So don't use water instead of that make them because of those two reasons right? By now for them mum, there is a plethora of different views of how you make them, but or what you make them with. But to be safe, keep something like a cloth with you that has a little bit of dirt. And then you will have the slide into yoga. But

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I am I'm also aided by EBA make them through a slider theme, which is basically a throb applied dirt, which is pure, okay, so keep that with you. And that's why you know, people keep their thermal towels with them, right. So keep that with you do your thermal and pray sitting down unless you have a place to pray, dedicated to that, refer it to people who pray, and you can use a mat to ensure that you're not in the way for people as well. Because again, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam forbade us from praying and Cardiometabolic in the places where people have to walk, number one, number two, most likely, even if you get an opportunity to pray that pray there, depending on the

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plane size eight will be very inconvenient be you will be in front of a bathroom, right? Almost always. So considering that most likely that spot is very, very nervous. And, and so I don't recommend, I don't encourage I say do not pray on the plane standing up because of this. Unless again you have those specific planes which are designed to allow you to stand so Pm is an obligation except standing up is an obligation except if you're unable to. And the scholars they said that this inability is also included Allahu Allah, right that this is a form of inability because you don't have space the Prophet discouraged from praying in the past and you're not even sure about the

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ground as well. All of these factors so don't pray standing rather pray sitting. If you want to be safer, some scholars they encourage when you get off, re peed your prayer. Okay? But not all and I don't encourage that. But there are some who say that you pray as you can in that situation, but then to make sure you make it on time. Then you go and repeat as well if you wish to, you can do so. But I don't necessarily think

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First, this, this is basically the summary of how you would be praying. And in terms of how you would do it on your seat. Again, if there's no turbulence then stand up. If there is turbulence that don't stand sit down, and you can point downwards for the record and for the sujood you would obviously go down further for the sujood and this is this is the general picture of how you would be praying in the plane.

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We've had you number 26, the hadith of NSF and medical the Allahu Allah and how and who are Cannan or Solly we used to pray man Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam we used to pray with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so your hair do not pour off a Silberman sheet that will help female clients sujood that we used to pray with the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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we used to pray with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and one of us would take the corner of the cloth and cover the sausage this location up so that he would be able to make sujood over there. Okay?

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Now, this ruling is not specific to

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hot weather, what are they doing? It's really hot on the sand on the beer land. So they will take a little bit of their cloth, cover up this location in which they're going to be making sushi. So they're basically making stuff down their own cloth while they're wearing it as well. Okay. So why are they doing this because it's really hot, they want to have something cold or something bearable to be able to make their switch to on this ruling is not specific to hot weather. They mentioned cold and hot weather over here. Okay, of course, the Sahaba they experienced hot weather, but we experienced cold weather. So if you're in that situation where you're outside, and this is a

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question that always comes up, what do I do in the snow, put something there and pray, okay?

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Or if it's not even the snow, if it's cold weather, it's really hard to make sense to put something there, maybe even use your own jacket, maybe use your hood, if you have something that you can make your dog that would be considered acceptable according to the studies, but there's a lot of details. Let's look at some of them. Okay, number one.

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Number one, there is the statement of effort. There's a statement of it Hassanal basally, there's a statement of a hesitant bacillary. About the Allahu Allah.

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he said that

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a group of people or a group of people, they would dine alone. Yes, you do not Island, Obama meaning the sahaba. Basically, they would make sausage, they're on their up mama on their turbans, just as they would make sausage, they're on their hats as well. And they would make sausage, while their hands were in their sleeves.

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Why is he saying all of this? Because there's a discussion among the scholars about whether you're allowed to make sausage the on a piece of cloth that is worn by you. Okay? Or do you have to go bare with your hands to the ground and beer with your forehead to the ground as well, the shaft area? They say no, you can't. Okay, this is the method of the shaft. But many of the scholars they allow this and this hadith is obviously to that effect as well. And Imam I know you mentioned that there's two opinions about this concept of making Sudan something that you're wearing, right, like,

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for instance, the corner of your turban, so using the turban to cover up your forehead and making such the on top of that. And he mentioned that, according to the main hub of the shaft area, this is not considered a route. And this is also the opinion of the advisory and Imam Muhammad. As for Malik, Abu Hanifa Oza is how I met in another opinion of us, all of them, they allow this and they go based on this hadith, that hustle and bustle is saying that they would basically take the corner of their mama cover up their forehead go make sujood. Similarly, sometimes they would make sujood on their hats as well. So the hat would be covering the forehead, and they would make sujood on their

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hat as well.

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they would, they would sometimes put their sleeves up like this and use the sleeves to cover their hands as well. Perhaps the ground is very hot, right? So with all of this, we can see that you can wear gloves, right? If you want to wear gloves to make your suit. It's okay you can do that. This is what the Sahaba were doing. It's fine.

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But there has to be a need. Okay, there has to be a need because there's another Hadith of,

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of NSmen Malika the Allahu Taala No, there's a hadith of intercepted Mallika or the Allahu Anhu where he said it since the Muslim he said that we used to pray at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when it was

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be very hot.

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And then he said, if we were unable, if one of us was incapable of putting his forehead directly to the earth, he would take a cloth and cover up his face. So that means that those who are capable of applying the forehead directly to the earth to the ground, they will do that. So the norm was that you would pray without any coverings on your hand, you would pray without any covering on your forehead as well. But if someone is incapable because of how cold it is, if someone is incapable because of how hot it is, that was it was at the time of the Sahaba as well. In that case, it's okay for you to cover up your forehead. In that case, it's okay to cover up your hands as well. Other

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than that, it's better for you to ensure that it's uncovered your hands, your face, your head, all of that is uncovered when you're going into sujood so that you're directly using your forehead to touch the ground. Okay.

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You're directly using to the forehead to touch the ground by

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and I think this is pretty much all that we need to say about this particular Hadith. Well, Allahu Allah, Allah Allah, or SallAllahu ala Sayidina Muhammad in Valhalla early he was happy

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