Should Muslims Hate Dogs? – Explanation of Sahih Al-Bukhari #08

Abdul Wahab Saleem


Channel: Abdul Wahab Saleem


File Size: 36.78MB

Share Page


WARNING!!! AI generated text may display inaccurate or offensive information that doesn’t represent Muslim Central's views. Therefore, no part of this transcript may be copied or referenced or transmitted in any way whatsoever.

AI Generated Summary ©

The Hadith, a legal rule that states that all individuals should use the right hand for everything positive and negative, is meant to guide individuals in their personal lives and guide them into their personal lives. The rule is important for personal health and privacy, including personal preference. The speaker emphasizes the importance of praying during the night to stay sober and avoid drinking alcohol, and provides guidance on washing and scraping clothing to avoid complications.

AI Generated Transcript ©

00:00:03--> 00:00:46

Sooner hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Hamdu lillahi Hamdan UFV in Yama who care for your Alma Zita are some Allahu ala Sayidina Muhammad in one other early he will be here Jemaine Allahu Malim Nama and pharaoh now in front of me I limped. Jenna was in Albania Karim rubbish rally surgery by Sibley Emory. Operator Melissa any of Tavakoli are visiting your element or visit near ailment or visit Nilima Allahu Allah, Allah Allah magenta who said our entity has no leadership to Salah. Welcome everyone to another class on Sahil Buhari and today we're looking at Hadith number 18. The hadith of pathardi Allahu Allah Allahu Anhu. That he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

00:00:46--> 00:01:00

wa sallam said, either Bala, a haidakhan fella who then the Kira who be Yemeni, while I extend GB Yemeni, he will attend a festival, fill inner or while I attend a festival in a.

00:01:02--> 00:01:11

Now, before I explain this hadith, or before I translate the Hadith, there's a bit of a premise here that obviously, when it comes to

00:01:12--> 00:01:44

the guidelines of the prophets, Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam, in the Hadith, they're going to be related to everything, okay, or let's put it this way, they're going to be related to most things, but every domain of life, you're going to find guidelines related to transaction. And yesterday, we had a talk that was around that you're going to find guidelines related to your private life, you're going to find guidelines related to spirituality and your worship, right. And you're also going to find guidelines, even really, the way to use the bathroom, etc.

00:01:46--> 00:01:48

And because of that, sometimes,

00:01:49--> 00:02:28

there are things that we have to mention. That may sound sound kind of awkward, but of course, we're all grown up. And we should be able to handle information on any subject without laughing or breaking off into laughter. And that's really an important premise. Because to some people, really, it is a shock, that you're going to find details on how the prophets Islam guided us to use the bathroom, someone came to one of the companions, and he said that your Prophet teaches you everything, even how to use the bathroom. He said, Yes, he does. Right? So these details, they shouldn't be shocking, because really, the prophet would teach the best of guidance in every scope

00:02:28--> 00:02:51

of life. Yes, there are many things you would leave blank as well, and even said, I've left many things blank as well, right. But the general guidelines would still be able to guide you in those blanks as well. So here, the Hadith goals are such that whenever one of you urinates, when someone urinates, he should hold his penis with the right hand.

00:02:52--> 00:03:10

Why not hold his penis with the right hand? And obviously, what he's trying to say is that the right hand is meant for specific acts like eating food or anything positive, and so on and so forth. Right? So if you are, obviously all of you, all of us have to urinate that's just part of life, right?

00:03:11--> 00:03:50

Then you don't touch your private part with the right hand, right? And the reason why I'm very expressively used the word penis over here, because that's what the Hadith says as well, to make it very clear. Okay, so the prophet had a tendency of using language, which, which would be ambiguous, but at times, he would also do the opposite as well. Why? Because it really depends on who you're speaking to. It really depends on the context of speech as well. Sometimes more clarity is required. So using a more clear word is what is required. And this is what the prophet will do. Other times, no, you can use the ambiguous word and get the message across and the person gets the message. So

00:03:50--> 00:04:30

when we're translating, we have to translate exactly what the Prophet said depending on you know, what that hadith is. So, this is the guideline here do not hold with the right hand, but rather with the left why because obviously, you use the right hand for everything that is positive and we know that is found in a Hadith also in Bukhari and Muslim that are, Aisha said that can and never use Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam yoo hoo boo am Mona Mustapha efficient and equally, that he used to love using the right hand. Well, as much as he could in everything, okay, and almost everything. As much as he could. She added that Mr. Cha. Why? Well, for everything positive, he's using the right

00:04:30--> 00:04:59

hand feel to hoodie he, what's our duty, he was an early he, when he would be purifying his body, he would start with the right as well. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would wear something, he would start with the right hand as well, the right side as well, and so forth. Even when he would be putting on truths, the right would be first and then the left would be second. And what's the reason for that? Well, we know again and again Allah repeats the concept of the people of the right side. The people of

00:05:00--> 00:05:18

The right hand people who will be gret granted their books in the right hands. So there's something about this right? That Allah has intended for it to be right. Okay? So you use the right for everything that is right. And you use the left for things that are not necessarily not right. But they're not

00:05:19--> 00:05:59

considered pure things. They're not considered things that you really want to do. But you have to do them anyways. Right? So this is how the prophets Allah, Allahu alayhi, wa sallam would, would divide the acts between the right and the left. And he also said, let him not do stingy with the right hand as well. And that's basically purifying yourself afterwards. After answering the call of nature, let's let him not use the right hand for that. Instead of that, let him use the left. And the last part of the Hadith. It doesn't sounds kind of misplaced, but it's placed right in its position. If you understand what is happening in the time of the Prophet Salam, when people are using the

00:05:59--> 00:06:12

bathroom or they're doing other things, right. So he said, Well, Allah yet manifest fill in. And one should not breathe into the use utensil from which he drinks as well.

00:06:15--> 00:06:35

So now, there's two things happening, answering the call of nature and purifying yourself, use the left hand, then the profit goes to something that is seemingly unrelated. And let him not breathe into the the utensil from which he's going to be drinking as well. Why is that? Well,

00:06:36--> 00:06:40

the prophet, he has a tendency of giving guidance

00:06:42--> 00:06:42

that is

00:06:44--> 00:07:28

directed to specific people. So he's speaking to someone that perhaps doesn't know another rule as well, from his febrace from his ability to tell and read people, he can see this person may not know another rule, which is also important, which often comes after using the bathroom house. So well, you're done using the bathroom here. And what was the specific thing that the prophets spoke about urinating, right? So obviously, you're going to get a go and get a drink after that, right? Because you've already discharged so you're going to refuel yourself. So that's one thing. The other thing is that often after a person uses the bathroom, you make although as well. Now, when you make wudu,

00:07:28--> 00:07:35

there was a practice of the prophets, Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam that after he's done will do he would drink water.

00:07:36--> 00:07:50

This is also in Buhari as well that the Prophet would drink in the Hadith rally that the Prophet would drink from the font lululu from the remaining water of the window, okay, he would use the whatever was remaining of the water, and he would drink

00:07:52--> 00:08:13

from it. Now, it sounds kind of gross, really, if you think about it, but you have some water remaining, and the prophets of Allah or anyone goes and drinks from that water. Specifically, when it came to the Prophet, the Sahaba would actually raise to get the water dripping off of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to gain baraka from the prophets of Salaam and they would drink this water. And

00:08:15--> 00:08:41

this is specifically when it comes to the Prophet. But generally speaking, the reason why the prophet is doing it, he wants to tell people that when you make will do the water, it's not like it's become useless. Okay? Now, for us the way our bathrooms are, obviously, and the way that we'll do stations everywhere are you drift, that water goes down the drain, it's gone, maybe gets recycled afterwards. And that's the end of that, right? But

00:08:42--> 00:09:21

historically, and even today, in places where there's scarcity of water, water is a very rare commodity. To gain water, sometimes you have to travel very, very far. Right. And that's why till today, one of the best deeds that you can do is if you have an extra few 1000, you know, sitting around, look for a poor country where they have lack of water and put a walk in the form of a well, okay, because there are still many people in the world who don't have access to clean pure water. So because of the scarcity, they don't just dispose of the water, even if they're making will do for some people this water is very important. So the prophets SLM is teaching them that you can take

00:09:21--> 00:09:58

this water, gather it together back into the same pot. It's not like it's become Jassa. You haven't used it for an adjustment, right? You've only used it for, for ritual purification will do. So that water can be used and it can be drank so the Prophet himself drank. And again, as I said, from our culture in the way we were raised up, it might be completely gross, but really, this is the only water some people have to drink. The prophet is explaining to them there's no problem and drinking and of course the prophets Allah Allahu Allah wa Salam is also in desert Arabia. Water is again, a very, very rare thing even there, and this again is found in the hadith of Ali or the Allahu taala.

00:09:58--> 00:09:59

I know that

00:10:00--> 00:10:50

The profits are still in print. And then he sat around waiting for the people to come and ask their questions etc. Until also time came. Then water was brought to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he drank from it, washed his face. And he explained how he made will do. Then he took the water he stood and took whatever water was gathered from his will do for Shetty, but Phil de la Hua Hua caught him and he drank whatever remain there as he was standing, okay, drank whatever remain there as he was standing. And at least at some people, they say it's my crew, it's dislike to drink while you're standing. And he said that the Prophet did exactly what I did, and which is that I

00:10:50--> 00:11:35

stood and, and drink as well. And the moment Behati he has a chapter heading in his body, so he had quite a bit another place that the chapter of using the remainder of the water after will do, so it's completely lawful for you to use that water. But you can do will do with it again, you can drink it, it's considered pure if it's gathered and it becomes cooler then it becomes above the size of two large barrels, each one of them is called a cola. If it becomes a number of liters at that point, it can be reused even for older as well but before that it can't be reused for will do but you can drink it because it's pure, but not purifying water is divided into three different

00:11:35--> 00:12:23

categories pure and purifying, pure, but not purifying and then impure water. Okay, pure. And purifying is basically any water because Allah subhanaw taala says we send to you from the heavens water that we purify you with. So every water, as you find it on Earth is considered essentially pure and purifying. So that is water from the lake water, rain water, its water from you know, melt, melting glaciers, whatever it may be all of that water is considered pure and purifying, pure, but not purifying is water that's already been used for the purpose of purposes of purifications purification. last category is impure water, and that is water that was used to clean physical

00:12:23--> 00:13:01

impurities. Okay, so there's the ritualistic ritual impurity that is that you go into the state of Geneva or you broke your will do and you have to go make will do right. But then there's physical impurity as well. So for example, when you're using the bathroom, literally, the water that's used in cleaning yourself there that is obviously considered mat, not just water that is impure, because it's been used to clear yourself or cleanse yourself of physical impurities, right? So so long as the water is pure, and purifying any water that you can find on Earth, or pure but not purifying, it's considered drinkable. Got it.

00:13:02--> 00:13:47

It may not be used for the second category is not going to be used for the Hatha for purification, but it's considered drinkable. The third category obviously is not and it just water that is impure, and that is used for nothing, and it is to be disposed of, and, and you can't use it for purification or drinking or any other purpose, right. Right. Now, Hadith number 19 Is the hadith of Abu Hurayrah or the Allahu taala. And who, and in the V SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam, and Rajul and Calvin Coolidge Surah mineral outwash, a man saw a dog eating mud from the severity of the threat of thirst. So some man saw a dog afar, he was eating. Some mud is really thirsty, obviously mud has

00:13:47--> 00:14:20

some water in it as well. So he was eating from this mud to kind of fulfill its thirst for the Raju Hofer who for Jaya Isla Yahudi Fula, who will be he had the era. So this man he took his sock and went to a little pond and started filling that sock, of course, the sock is a leather sock here, right? He took his leather sock, he filled it up with water. And he would go to the dog and give that water to the dog once twice and quenched the thirst of the dog like this right?

00:14:21--> 00:14:39

And the prophets I said, Let me said, so Allah appreciated this deed of his and entered him into the Paradise because of this one deed that he simply took his sock to give the water to dogs right. Now, this also shows you that

00:14:41--> 00:14:44

there's something wrong we're doing in terms of what we think of dogs.

00:14:46--> 00:15:00

Like dogs, yes, they are considered nudges even that there's a that's a matter of trade off most of the scholars, they do consider dogs, nudges but not all right? And there are a hadith of the prophets of salaam specifically giving us guidance on how to pay

00:15:00--> 00:15:49

We're about a utensil when a dog licks that utensil, but you see this person, he went obviously close to a dog, he took off a sock, and he used that sock to quench the thirst of this dog and say it satisfy this dog and he gets Janna because of that. And we know also that was hobbled gas, they had a dog is in the Quran. And we know that the Prophet allowed guard dog, and we know that dogs can also be used for hunting for the hunters here as well. So there's something we're not missing here, right in the way we have understood dogs. Dogs are considered in a Jassa according to most scholars, right? That is, that is true, but there are another group of scholars who believe no, they're not

00:15:49--> 00:16:37

considered and adjusted wholesome, but you still have to wash your utensils in a specific way. If they ended up leaking that particular you know if they ended up leaking your utensils or pots. But we go back to this, that dogs are still animals and the prophets Allah Allahu Allah wa salam, he told us in a hadith that frequently gebied in Roberton sadaqa that every single liver that is alive has sadaqa in it for you, meaning every living thing, you can have some form of sadaqa you can do with this living thing, whether that be dogs, whether it be cats, and we know that there's a story of Imams Shirazi Rahim Allah was Huck, a Shirazi where he was walking. And as he's walking, he saw a

00:16:37--> 00:16:54

dog. Right. So some of the people around him Shirazi they said, they tried to show off this dog. And he mama Shirazi said that let him be let me let the dog be. I'm going to walk on the side and he can walk on the other side. He said, Don't you know that this road is shared between me and the dog?

00:16:55--> 00:17:26

He's also on this planet of Allah azza wa jal. So this road is shared between me and that was happened to us. He's one of the great scholars. He said that, don't you know that this road is shared between me and the dog? So this dog a phobia? We've got to get over it. Honestly, we've got to get over it. Yes, none of us want to be close to a dog because there's the possibility that they will come and lick you and then you have to purify yourself, right? There is that possibility. But obviously, this guy's sock was licked as well.

00:17:29--> 00:17:49

This is true. What if you work as a vet, you every day, you're going to see dogs. There are specific a hadith The Prophet said, don't keep the dog at home. That's a different story. But at the same time, guard dogs are considered allowed. So you're going to have them outside. Right? A friend of mine he,

00:17:50--> 00:18:01

in Malaysia when I was living there, his house got robbed. And he had a lot of cash sitting in his house. And he just went to the bank and took a big,

00:18:02--> 00:18:13

you know, took a big withdrawal out and somebody's got news of this insider, maybe family maybe or whatever it may be. So someone came and robbed his house for about 100,000 Ringgits.

00:18:14--> 00:18:17

This is about $30,000 Right, which is a lot of money.

00:18:18--> 00:18:36

And so he decided I'm gonna go with a guard dog. Because you know, like, I don't want this to happen again. Right? So he put a guard dog outside and he told me the entire community was up in roars that why do you have a guard dog outside? Because dogs are haram

00:18:38--> 00:18:43

they're not. Guards. Dogs, you know are mentioned to be used for hunting the

00:18:45--> 00:18:52

hobbit Gulf War, they considered the epitome of piety, they had a dog with them.

00:18:53--> 00:19:27

And the profits are seldom allowed and again, there's other headaches as well. But the idea is not to have a pet dog. This is the idea Alright, or keep the dog inside of your home because the prophets is seldom said that angels don't come inside of a house in which there is a statue or a dog as well. But dog a phobia as if you hate the dog. This is not considered the you know what, this is not what's intended here. There's someone going to gender because they're kind to a dog. And there's also Hadith of the prophets of Salaam, where he said that

00:19:29--> 00:19:55

he said that a woman entered the Hellfire because of a cat that she had tied it tied up fell into two M How well am coolamon conjectured that neither was this cat able to eat the food that was available to it outside if she were to be wandering around, nor would this woman feed the cat as well. So someone goes to Jana, because of a dog

00:19:56--> 00:19:59

and someone goes to hellfire because of a cat even

00:20:00--> 00:20:18

Know the prophets I said Lim said, Let the cats in there, just the Lavina la quinta Wafaa their animals that are allowed to go in and out on you? Do you see what I'm saying? So there's specific rulings related to dogs. It's not a wholesome, you know that the dog itself is considered evil

00:20:20--> 00:21:02

as a creature No, that's not the case by and, but this also shows you a couple of things that the Prophet was very concerned with animals and we see that in so many different rules maybe we should have one day talks specifically about the Prophet and animals how he taught us to treat animals. And one of those a hadith is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, This is the Hadith and Sunnah without that er commentator who hora de wa become manorbier Do not make the backs of your mounts into basically, into pulpits, somewhere where you sit and talk to one another basically, right? Because Allah has only made them creatures that you pass on, meaning you use them to go from

00:21:02--> 00:21:38

place to place, but don't just keep sitting on there. Because just as everybody else has pain, Animals also have pain as well. So if you're sitting on the back of a horse for a very prolonged period of time, obviously the horse is going to get tired at some point as well. So the Prophet said, don't just keep sitting there, get off of there, if you need to use it, use it, but once you're done, you're done. Get off of there and that's why he said In another Hadith, that it Allah fie had the oil behind him and more Gemma, fear Allah when it comes to these animals, which cannot speak photocurable Ha, Salah Hatton write them when they're able to and leave them as well whenever

00:21:38--> 00:22:24

they need to be left alone as well. And one of the greatest examples really of being kind to a creature of Allah azza wa jal, and I mentioned in the story, I'm really not at this level, not even close to this, but this is one of the Sahaba one of the beautiful Sahaba I do know him the son of Hatem about he was considered known for generosity. The Arabs, they have specific individuals known for specific qualities at them a boy was known for generosity. So his son ID who accepted Islam, he is one of the who, and he says that, that he saw it, you can have him taking bread and breaking that bread up and bread crumbs and putting it on the floor for ants.

00:22:25--> 00:22:30

For ants, so someone said, What are you doing? He said they are neighbors.

00:22:32--> 00:22:33


00:22:34--> 00:23:03

so there are some of our neighbors, right? You gotta be kind to your neighbors. So these are our neighbors, so giving them food Subhanallah and I guess, you know, like father like son because his father was known for generosity, even though he didn't achieve Islam he didn't accept Islam of course, because he wasn't at that time but his father was known for a generosity so he also took that trait of his end he was generous to even the answer in this hadith isn't sure herbal Eman Overbay okay.

00:23:04--> 00:23:14

So that is a little bit about the Hadith number 19 Hadith number 20 goes as such, it's the hadith of Inshallah, the Allahu Allah, Allah and Ha, that

00:23:15--> 00:23:25

she said that the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, either an answer, I do como who are your Salah failure. When one of you when one of you

00:23:26--> 00:23:47

basically starts to feel drowsy or feel sleepy, then then he's praying, then let them stop praying and go to sleep. Stop praying and go to sleep. And this is very important, because Ramadan is right around the corner. So you're deciding should I go to sleep? Should I continue praying, the Prophet is saying, if you feel tired, and you're praying, go to sleep.

00:23:49--> 00:24:35

Like those people who pray the all nighters, they don't just do it in the Ramadan. They're practicing all year long, so that they can run the marathon when Ramadan comes, right. But if you start right at that point, you might do an hour two hours after that you're going to feel sleepy. We're all human beings. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said when one of you begins to feel sleepy, then let him go to sleep. had yet another unknown gnome until he no longer feel sleepy anymore. For in her comida Salah Wahoo Anna Isla de la Allahu yourself it for your soup benef Sir Who? Because if one of you goes to play, pray, while he is sleepy, maybe he'll be trying to say I

00:24:35--> 00:24:59

still feel Allah. I seek forgiveness from Allah azza wa jal but ends up instead cursing himself, because he uses the wrong words. You understand? Because obviously, if you're tired and sleepy, you don't know what you're seeing. If you've gotten to that point, then there's no point in praying because you have no idea what you're actually doing, right? You're basically trying to beat the clock at this point. You're saying I'm going to continue all nighter today, right? But the prophets isn't even saying

00:25:00--> 00:25:39

Don't do that if you're tired, go to sleep, maybe for an hour to go to sleep, come back and restart again. You'll be energized and pray as much as you're able to do. The Prophet actually said that worship Allah so long as you can because Allah doesn't get bored until you begin to become bored. Okay, for in the Lucha Libre Manhattan Allah, Allah doesn't get bored until you people begin to become bored as well. So don't get to the point where you're bored of worship if you feel that way, leave it. Go and do something else go to sleep, if it's nighttime, and this is the same reason why Allah legislated that those who are drunk they shouldn't come close to prayer. That letter crumbles

00:25:39--> 00:25:52

salata, well Anton Soekarno Hatta, Alamo Mata Cola, that don't come to prayer until you are if you happen to be drunk until you you become sober again

00:25:54--> 00:26:26

and know what you're seeing. Now of course, this was a ruling that was earlier on in Islam after that, Allah subhanaw taala banned alcohol altogether because they were slowly being weaned off of alcohol. There was a big culture of alcoholism in Arabia at that time. So ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada slowly went with the people in terms of banning alcohol. This was one of those rules that came in the middle as a transitional rule. Don't drink alcohol while you're while you have to pray at the moment. You have to pay for time yourself, right? Maybe do it at nighttime, but don't do it during the days right.

00:26:27--> 00:27:09

But now, of course you have to pray throughout the day. So most of us have or they ended up leaving drinking altogether. Because you have to be sober for Fudger you have to be sober for the whole you have to be sober for us. Right so you have to basically not drink that's the idea. Or at least if you're drinking don't get drunk. That was essentially but then later, drinking all together was banned by Allah azza wa jal in naman humble will may say well unsellable Islam. Did you submit me? I'm only che Athan fetched anybody that drinking and a couple of other things happen to be filled from the actions of Satan leave them if you happen to be people of piety. So that was the final rule

00:27:09--> 00:27:49

leave alcohol altogether. But this was a transitional rule. What was the reason for it? So you don't come to prayer while you're completely lost? If you're sleeping, it's as if you're very sleepy, extremely exhausted. You have serious slumber. It's about the same thing. You don't know what you're doing. You're going to be saying one thing and maybe as the Prophet said, You were trying to say stuff for Allah, but you really end up cursing yourself. Right? So don't do that. And rather, look for a moment to pray. While you can have bluenotes While you can have control in your prayer, while you can have focus in your prayer, Allah subhanaw taala says, we're only Allah here carnitine and

00:27:49--> 00:28:11

stand for Allah in the state of Gounod. And what is that state of Quran Mujahid says that that is referring to being focused in your prayer, so have focus in your prayer. And we know there's a hadith of the prophets of Salaam, this is a very, very important Hadith, a rare Hadith and a very important one. The prophets also let me said that

00:28:12--> 00:28:18

a man ends up leaving his prayer and

00:28:20--> 00:28:36

nothing but a 10th of the reward has been written for him, or a ninth of a reward has been written for him or an eighth of a reward, or seventh or sixth, or fifth, or a fourth or a third. And then he said or a half.

00:28:37--> 00:28:38


00:28:39--> 00:29:19

Because if my boss he told us in another tradition, he said that laser look, I'm in Salah Attica, Allama, Mina, that you will get reward for nothing from your prayer, except where you actually had focus. So if you're super tired, and you're exhausted and you can't stay focused anymore, it's no longer the time to pray. This is the guidance of the prophets of Salam. There was a one of those hubby actually put a string into the masjid so she could stand and continue worshiping the prophets. Islam said, untie this. Why? Because this is not how you worship Allah. You've worship as much as you can. Some people have been given more resolve and they can do more. Some people have been given

00:29:19--> 00:29:57

less. Some people have stronger bodies, they're in better health, lots of different things contributed to contribute to how much you can do, right? So all of these things you have to keep in mind. Some people have practiced and trained for it. So they start off with 10 minutes and 15 and 30 and 40. And then they can do in Ramadan, these big marathons, maybe you're not able to do that. Do as much as you can. And that is good enough in sha Allah. This is what the prophets Allah missing. Alright, this is how he's teaching. See, the prophet is teaching balance. There are a hadith that are always encouraging going the extra mile as well. Right. If you notice in my talks, I don't only

00:29:57--> 00:29:59

mention those because we have to have a

00:30:00--> 00:30:24

Balanced reality of what the prophets are seldom left behind as a religion, there was those Sahaba, who were, you know, encouraged by the prophets of Salem very, very strongly. Why? Because these were Sahaba. The Prophet knew. These are very special human beings, they've trained for this, right? But then there's other people who can't do that. It sounds like they're bad human beings. But there's another type of guidance that prophet is giving them.

00:30:25--> 00:30:43

If you don't Abbas, he's a young man, the prophet ceases can be trained as a child. And so when he's coming in standing before the Prophet behind the prophets of Salaam, is letting him pray. If he doesn't do the whole time, the Prophet asked him what's going on. And others the highway, the Prophet is saying, Well, when you get tired, leave it,

00:30:45--> 00:31:21

you have to look at the situation of people, every Hadith needs to be contextualized. And also, you have to take all of the Hadith on a subject and put them together so you understand every complexity of it. These muscles shot are very nuanced. They're meant for specific situations. And that's why we go back and saying, to say that when you see one Hadith, you can give a fatwa by it, because maybe there's another one that goes to the exact opposite effect as well. Because you have to see, the prophet is giving guidance over here for one person and other person is giving another guidance. There's a hadith of the prophet, a man came to him, and he said, Should I am I allowed to kiss my

00:31:21--> 00:31:41

wife? He said, one of them, you're not allowed to the other one came? He said, You can during fasting of course. Right? So foreplay. Why? Because the one he said you can, he was an older man. He said, You know, this guy is going to be able to control himself. Right? He won't go any further. The other guy he was a young man's with a prophet to set him said, no, no, you can't.

00:31:43--> 00:31:47

You might not be able to control yourself, right? So you're fasting.

00:31:48--> 00:32:24

So depends on the scenario. This is, as a hobby noticing that one person is coming. The Prophet is saying something the other guy is coming. The Prophet is saying something completely different, right? Because the Prophet would gauge the situation of people. And everybody has a specific guideline to be given someone, you know, is working eight hours a day, let's say, you know, a laborer job and hamdulillah doble barely is making his fast. He comes to you and say, well, Allah He the sahaba. They used to pray all night. No, man, no, no, you're doing well. Now. That guy has a family to take care of his eight hours of labor work, and you're telling him free all night. You

00:32:24--> 00:32:27

can't do that. The Prophet would never do such a thing.

00:32:28--> 00:33:06

He would never the he would look at the scenario of the person before him. And that's how we got the tarawih. The whole concept of tarawih was, you know, the Prophet did it for the people. But then he said, What did he say? He left it why? Because he didn't want it to become an obligation. Keep that in mind. Not everybody's going to be able to manage it. So he's considering that those who can and hamdulillah they should even do it more, if it's possible, but those who can't, you have to understand their circumstance right? by you. So the idea is come to your prayers, when you're in a situation where you are very comfortable. And this obviously means obviously the the obligatory

00:33:06--> 00:33:39

prayers as well. The Prophet taught us to make sure you've already used the bathroom, when you're coming into prayer. Don't over eat when you're coming to prayer. Don't under eat when you're coming to prayer, because at that time, you're not going to be able to pray. So when if that time comes, if you fill yourself up, you're not going to be able to do your OSHA properly, you will not be able to do your thought we properly so you're overeating and that's a hindrance under eating also is going to cause an hindrance because you won't have the physical energy to do that right. So you have to even time your food so you can get the most out of your prayer use the bathroom there's literally a

00:33:39--> 00:33:43

hadith The Prophet said when you really have to go then don't pray.

00:33:44--> 00:34:28

Nah, Nabil SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam, a radula and your soul your regular who How can the Prophet forbade a man from praying when he has to basically go use the bathroom? Answer the call of nature. So these are the guidelines of the Prophet. If we look at them holistically, we start seeing really what's what's actually going on. Then we have the hadith of Aisha Hadith number 21. And this hadith is that you shall know the Allahu Taala and how she used to wash the semen off of the clothes of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, and she says that I would wash it off. And I would see, I would no notice the spots as he's going to prayer. Okay, so there's a number of things going on over here

00:34:29--> 00:34:38

that is that, obviously this this, there's two possibilities. It could be semen from a wet dream and it could also be from sexual intercourse as well. Right? So

00:34:40--> 00:34:50

she would wash the semen off of the clothes of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and she said I would notice some of the spots there still. Okay. Now what does this mean?

00:34:52--> 00:34:57

Okay, there's a there's a number of things here number one. This means that

00:34:59--> 00:35:00

the men

00:35:00--> 00:35:15

II, the semen was not considered now Jassa because some of the spots were still there, as the prophet is going to pray. Okay. Now again, keep in mind that the luxuries that you're used to, are not here.

00:35:16--> 00:35:24

This is seventh century Arabia, you know, you think to yourself, Okay, I'll just use another pair of clothes right? There not too many pairs of clothes.

00:35:25--> 00:36:07

So and the Prophet is in a hurry, maybe he's doing something, he doesn't even have time to wash it the whole clothes, and usually they would not end up washing the whole clothes anyways, because you can't do that there's not that much water available. So she washes it quickly for the profits. I said to him, so he can go. But again, we go back to the fourth point that the spots are still there from this the shaft area, they said that and also the Hanabi era, that semen is not considered no Jassa it's not considered impurity. Okay, urine is considered impurity. Pre seminal fluid is considered impurity. But semen specifically is not considered impurity. But you know, of course,

00:36:07--> 00:36:46

there's another opinion that is the opinion of the an orphan and the Maliki and others, they say that actually, it is considered an impurity because she's washing. But she's also saying some spots are left, right. And then there's another Hadith and this is an even more clear Hadith that shows you that it wasn't an important purity. And that is that she would scrape it off with her finger. Sometimes I Isha said that sometimes, I would scrape off the remains of the Siemens on the cloth of the cloth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And this hadith is also authentic. So this shows you that it is definitely not not just that, why, because if she just scraping it off, then

00:36:46--> 00:37:24

the actual substance is still there. She hasn't washed it off. She's literally just scraping it off. And there is another report where she explains when she would do each, she said when it would be wet, I would wash it off. And when it would be dry, then I would scrape it off. Okay, so that shows you that she had a system going over here, but all of it goes back to one thing and that is that Insha Allah, it's not considered in the Jessa. Right? This is not considered in the jossa. But again, I go back to it, there is a difference of opinion, some of the scholars do consider it an injustice. But something not being adjusted doesn't mean it's not edible, because some of them now

00:37:24--> 00:37:28

if they went back to the shopping area, and they said okay, if it's not your indulgence, I put it on a plate and eat it.

00:37:33--> 00:38:14

But that's not the idea. Not everything that is not not just as edible as well. Okay. Edible, like the rules of what is edible and what is an edible, it's a different discussion, but things not being not just doesn't mean that it's not considered edible. And this was one of the big discrepancies between the shaft area and enough like it took, there's a lot of serious debates that took place between major scholars because of this specific issue. Anyways, the idea is that if it were to be noticed, then it still needs then it also needs to be washed off. If it's not not just then it can simply be scraped off anyways, right? By.

00:38:15--> 00:38:16


00:38:18--> 00:38:20

if we were to assume it to be now just

00:38:21--> 00:39:01

notice that the ruling is that you just scrape it off when it's dry. And this is something that Allah has made easy for this religion. Why? Because the jsot when they would touch the clothes in the previous nations, they didn't have the choice to wash it off. This is in an authentic hadith of the Prophet incident abhi Sunon in Muslim dilemma Muhammad, that the prophets Islam said that whenever Benoit Surah, Al would have any inner Jassa that would any impurity that would get stuck to their clothes like urine, right? They would have to cut off that piece of cloth.

00:39:03--> 00:39:45

They would literally have to cut off that piece of the cloth. So when Allah is saying why yoga or unmown is Surah Holman UCLA Letty Gannett la him that Allah's Prophet Mohammed was sent, so that he may decrease the difficulties that were on the past nations, the MUFA city and say, this is one of them that you can wash often adjust that from your clothes, because in the past nations they had to cut off the that portion of the cloth they could no longer use that cloth anymore because it's been afflicted by some sort of new Jassa right? And insha Allah with that we'll stop and we'll go to Hadith number 22 Next week, because 22 and 23 is related to one another. So I'll leave them together

00:39:45--> 00:39:46

in sha Allah Anna