Adhan – Umdatul Ahkam

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shallow will continue from

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where we left off and we were speaking about the Hadith, Hadith, beloved, when shall we move on to the next Hadith, which is Hadith number 72. In the book from the ACA and the hadith is of course, we're still in the chapter on the rulings of Allah and Abby youhave for the fall from Haifa who said that they tend to be so la vida usrm be met get our bill.

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came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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in Mecca while he was in a lab

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with a little hombre, Minh added the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in an uproar. And this is an area

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you in Makkah you have different different areas this is an area sort of like

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overlooking overlooking Mecca

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now it's in Makkah itself is just a little bit in the outskirts looking down and then from the from the sort of higher ground area. We hope that in no hombre i mean Adam and the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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every time when he was in a place they would make what's called a they call the vessel like the dorms it's more like

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more like during the time of the Messenger of Allah so

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sometimes some of the companions whenever the messenger philosopher a lot more to spend

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some time there was also a place that he would always have some privacy because he you know he can sort of like attacked sometimes these texts do sometimes they're not text actually made from clay next like a you know till TV shade from the sun and shade from the extremities from outside but here the foot button little Hamra been added so this was a hub which is a

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that the prophets of Allah had set up stayed in that was

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read and you know the Arabs the Arabs on this dimension read any type of shade. It's one of the one of the colors that that that has a lot of shades in in the Arabic language there are certain languages certain you know, there are certain certain

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they certain certain languages don't have don't have

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colors. So there's there's a, there's a color for example, or some colors that most languages don't have a name for their some languages have only two colors. You might say, Well, how did they call it? The other colors? They always call the other color based on an object. So the color itself does not have a name. The name is actually something else.

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The minute like for example, when we say the color orange, what is what is it orange come from

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the color orange.

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So the orange is from fruit. And so there are some some languages that don't have certain colors. So let's say for example, one color that the Arabic language that you know you have,

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like right now if I asked you what is brown in Arabic language, anybody know? Arabic

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as far as yellow

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one day what's what's the one?

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Coffee the color coffee

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color. It's actually a describing something that is of that color. And so if you want to know how,

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how intricate that particular language is. You'll see there's some languages as I mentioned, one, two colors. You know what those

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Do colors are

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black and white, and everything else. It's not a color. It's like an object. They call it okay, this is so and so because it's the color of this particular object and that object. So, especially in some some colors also are not actually those colors. So when, when when a person uses, for example, red, and the Arabic language when somebody says his, his, his red is red skin,

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you know, it's not like, we're not talking about the American Indians here. When somebody's red, what is that? They don't call people white.

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In the Arabic language, they don't say that you're white, to say somebody that somebody is white is it's associated with leprosy.

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And somebody who's white, you know, their skin when they have not leprosy? Yeah, leprosy. And what's the color that you want something that some people have some white, scarier?

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You know, some areas are white and other areas are regular, and sort of like it's a skin disease that a person may have.

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What is it?

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Yes, I think

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so you, you sometimes sometimes a person, when you when you say somebody is white, they usually associated with that. And so that's why when a person is white, they call them.

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They call like the white people they call them and

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those were white, they call them red. The Why do you think they call them red?

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Because when someone is white, and they blush, or they're in the sun, they turn red, you can see the blood easier. And so that's why they call they used to call them red. So here puppet and level Hamra men, Adam, so Adam is from skin, the skin of skin of animals, generally, it's more like a brownish color. Right? It's more it's more like a brownish color, but that brownish color itself is called red. So when you hear somebody like person, maybe in a hadith or wearing or read, it doesn't necessarily mean it's it could be red, so the red, but it can also be a shade that's more closer to whether it's brown or another color and so forth. And so, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam.

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He was in Mecca. And of course this is the prophets of Allah himself. And he went to Mecca. What were the times he went to Mecca, the Prophet saw the light and look to Mecca. When he went to Davia, he never got into Mecca. He returned back in this was the sixth year the Hijra the prophets of Allah, he was in the in the trip of Hood and who they be, and then of course, later on became, or their ombre ombre. Which one was this one, I'm not Baba. This is when the when they came with the intention of making Marlboro during the year, holiday via they weren't able to. So they came back to make Omaha the next year. And this was the makeup ombre, that the profit sort of lives and in turn

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back. And the other time that the message of a loss of a lot of inter Mecca was for Tameka, the conquest of Mecca. So I'm talking about after the messenger of a loss of left Mecca, he came and then he came again the last time that he game was when anybody know

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it's hard to to hedge, the final pilgrimage the final hydrojet the profits of a lot of us okay. So, he came, for holiday Bilal we will do

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the Messenger of Allah, Allah came. And so the Messenger of Allah Allah have made who?

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The Messenger of Allah so Allah Allah, Allah He was amazing.

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And then that Bilal came out

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with his mobile, what is mobile will do is water that is used to make although so we'll do is an action

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we'll do is that what you use to nickel so water that's made that uses a model as effect as a fact. So in the Arabic language you say for example Sahoo and solo whatsover

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souhan is the morning meal that you eat several

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Work is the food that you eat for so long.

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You understand the doctor the weirdo just remember although although is an action while though is the water so give me Can Can you bring me some What do you say to the air at that will be well known when he brought Waldo Emerson brought water for Waldo. So let's dig into the amazing thing about the Arabic language is that so precise that water but this is water that specifically for Moodle has a name for

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food, breakfast when you say breakfast and the English language, it can be anything. You can eat breakfast, when you can also

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you can also eat breakfast. And but when you eat breakfast, you're eating the breakfast but to have breakfast you have to use another word you understand so the Arabic language photo with a llama is the action

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of breakfast. Eating breakfast for door is the food that you use to eat breakfast. So you say photo photo Sato. So bring me the Sahar so I can have SOCO so the action so here we'll do what the fat hat is the water that's made for all those I'm going to ask you another two who don't and Tahoe what's the difference? What is to

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not haram? Haram is what the Hara is to clean something right? So if I said to hold on what is the horn

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the horn is what can kill you. It's the act of cleaning yourself the act to purify what is Tahoe

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the horn is the peer water that's used to purify yourself and that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said who thought oh man

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what a hole it is. Pierre so it's the water is purifying, purifying itself. Well hello method to that the water itself is saltwater seawater is also Tavo which means seawater is water that can be used to purify. So the horn means something to us to purify. So what toggle Roma over the water is toggle in the water has the characteristics of purification also. And what is to who to who chaperone EMA

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to shut down on the horn is half of a man. What is the whole

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the whole shattering

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leaning claim yourself is half of Eva.

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To Morrow shatter on either purifying yourself is half of ima. So what does this mean? What does a man here mean by the

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solar because solar has two parts. One is the purification for so the purification of it is half of iman.

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Prayer is so important that Allah subhanaw taala calls it EMA and the messenger of allah sallallahu managing this hadith EMA and that's funny, because it's an indication to show that you do have faith. One who prays is one who is a Muslim one who has faith. So the prophets of Allah alayhi wa sallam he, he said to Shatrughan Ema is he didn't say Allah will do shepherd in order. Why? Because if you are in a state of Geneva, you can't just make one you won't be in a state of purity. So the act of purification whether it will do whether it's

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Wilson or what's another one, they all know very good Michelle Krishi love are

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all of these are

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acts of purification. So these acts of purification are half of your Eman which means half of your prayer. And then we mentioned before a loss of hammock Anasazi Womack Allah level the Alia Eva email in a lot would not make your your Eman go to waste which

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means your prayers because when you look at

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the reasons for revelation as Babatunde Azula, this verse, we find that the prophets of Allah wa alayhi wa sallam

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he was asked, he was asked, how about the prayers of those who prayed facing by Democritus and never can towards the Mecca in their prayer, because in the end they died without laying without ever praying towards Mecca or their prayers going to the accepted. And Allah revealed America and the Lord to you the loss of Hannah like I would not let your prayer Eman your prayer go to us. So here the college me live on the well no. So design came and he brought the will go out. I mean, I didn't one

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mean that alien one out there. So there are some. So whenever the profits of our label

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and any remnants of it that was leftover, the Companions would fight for, like literally, everyone wanted some. Why? Because Because there's Baraka. There's about the remnants of Prophet and messengers, a blessing. That means there's barcade it is not permissible for us to do anything with anybody, any to do something like this with anybody else. Because you never know who that person is. That person may be in appearance may be very pious and righteous. But he may be a when he's alone. He may be like a wolf. You know, there are some people who appear to be very pious and righteous, but when they're alone, they disobey Allah subhanho wa Taala in all kinds of affairs, all kinds of

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issues. And so, the, it is only permissible for us, is only permissible to take the, the remnants of prophets and messages. And this of course, this was, of course, the town the prophets of Allah and

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whenever the Messenger of Allah satellite accept, would make will do. In fact, even if he were to just spit, they will fight for why because of their love for the prophets of Allah and even salah because there is baraka and that's why some of the companions they would they would keep the hair of the prophets of Allah.

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And then when they die, they say they will put that in my tongue

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in hopes that one mocha Nicaea, we can ask the nature of Allah, I hope that I will be able to answer

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I hope that I will be able to answer. So you will see some extreme Sufis that they to the point where they do the same thing. And they use this as evidence to say oh, we have to

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treat our shul.

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Or our scholars and you know, our teachers, just like how we just had the companions did with the Messenger of Allah.

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But that's not permissible. Why because anyone else besides the prophets of Allah hunting, so, it is not permissible to take the to say that this the remnants of theirs is blessing, remnants of theirs is blessing, just like it's not permissible for anyone to say, this person for certainty is going to be inherent in the Hellfire or in in paradise. We only know what people have done, and we only hope that they their actions and deeds will be accepted because some some people may appear to do a lot of good deeds, but we don't know what's internal. We don't know their intentions whether a loss of Hamlet accepted their deeds or not. So for the Femina alien what they do now they're not as they

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take Natalie anatomies to leave. So many natty women come in not yet among other some people took a lot. Some people took the lid off it took a lot of it. So sometimes, you know some people you will see the light when they see the shortcut.

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And then they will touch their bodies and so forth. And some people believe it or not. They think that some of these remnants, even when they go make hatch, I know somebody who went to make Hutch and they were hanging an umbrella in their house and the Umbrella was broken. And it was dirty. It had footprints and everything. I said what is this? What is this? This is a very blessed umbrella. This isn't an umbrella that was dropped when people were throwing the stones

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Whenever everybody stepped on it

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so people are bringing umbrellas, this umbrella or this or the land and the earth, or the rocks and so forth from Maccha to say that okay, this is from blessed land so we're gonna bring it and so we, first of all, Allah subhanaw taala a lot of it we ourselves of course,

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we follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu.

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And we only do so when we're in,

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in obedience of Allah and His messenger. So that's why Amara de la

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When he kissed the Blackstone, he said, I know that you are nothing but a stone. If I didn't see the Prophet sola he was doing so I would not have been, I would not have done so awesome. And this is the Blackstone. Why do we do it? We do it because it's part of the Shediac. It's because the sub the prophets of Allah have legislated. And so to say that something is sudden or something is blessing, we have to have evidence and the messenger robots are telling us to do so. And here the messenger of allah sallallahu himself, but he himself that he himself was someone who, who approved of what they were doing, because we know that the remnants of prophets and messengers is blessing. And that's why

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when Prophet Yeah, poo Prophet, yeah, Kubernetes when he went blind,

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when he went blind,

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His Prophet uses our ASR. He says, when he when his brothers went back home, to bring the family off, they bring the whole family to Egypt, he took his shirt off, and he said, Take this shirt, and toss it on the face of my Father. And He will call he will again be able to see, you will again, be able to see. And so some people, they're like, oh, that's the sweat of private use of and you put it on. So if someone has cataract, or if someone has this, if you put the sweat of the sun or just the sweat itself, will be able to help a person see be able to see again, right? And they said a nail great for this is medically proven, it's this and I don't know if you have read

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and read it or seen something like that. And they'll say like, see the mirror of the Prophet, the Quran has looked at the miracle of the Quran, it's true, that you don't sweat, you know, if it's from your relatives, if they have problems with their eye, they'll be able to go help them to see again, if they have some vision problems and so forth.

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Why? Why is this? So? So let's say your father goes blind. So you take your shirt and you rub it on his face? And I can put some sweat on his face with the shirt will he be will he be able to see again? I think most likely not.

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I love coming. Everything happened but that's not. That's not. That's not the reason why. Why he's able to see again.

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The reason why do you use it? Why it's so do we use our shirt? If our father goes blind, and put it on his face? No. Because you're not a Prophet. Prophet Yusuf is a prophet and messenger of God.

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Prophet uses the remnants of prophets and messengers and he also has a prophet prophet. Yeah, oh, is a Prophet also have a lot of Allah subhanaw taala. But Prophet Yusuf alayhi salam, because the reason for his blindness was his yearning and love for profit use.

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So at the beginning of it was love. It was the shirt. The shirt was the first thing that he saw. The he realize, you know, the calamity be the beginning of the calamity. When the brothers dropped the shirt with with they tore his shirt, whose shirt was it should profit use of secure and they stained it with blood. It wasn't his blood, of course, they wanted to slaughter an animal. And then they put that blood on. And then when he saw the blood on the shirt, he realized his sons were lying.

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He knew that his sons were lying. And so he was sad, in fact, by the fact that what his sons did, but he also of course, he was saddened by the loss of use of but he knew because the son of because what isn't evidence, what's the evidence that that they were lying?

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He knew right away. He said he looked at the shirt. And he said, My what a merciful wolf business

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He was considered enough

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to attack us take off a shirt for him, and then attack him and put the shirt back on for them.

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To attack him without this shirt, why? Because you attack someone with the shirt without shirts.

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The shirt will be torn

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where they should, but the shirt is not torn. The fact that the shirt is not torn is evidence that they were lying.

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And the amazing thing also, the fact that the shirt was torn from the back is evidence that use of is innocent. And then in the end, the shirt comes again. And it is a shirt that brings back the vision, the profit yet why? It is because the Repeat He was a prophet and messenger of God. So your shirt won't benefit your father if he was lying. It is because he was a prophet, and messenger of God. And so the water that the Prophet saw a lot, so maybe we'll do it for the companions to fight for it. Because it's blessing, it's a blessing. You want something you drink it, or you put it on yourself.

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And even the sweat of the messenger of allah sallallahu

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OMEGAMON, she used to say that we used to, you know, when the messenger of Allah was asleep,

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and we would take, we would try to collect the sweat of the province of Allah.

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And we would use his sweat, as perfume

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in a sweat smell so good, that we would use it as perfume, the sweat of the profits of the lies and the blessing of it. So any strand of hair, from his beer from his hair, when they would cut, the Companions would come back to take it because they knew that it was blessing.

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Do you have any remnants of the profits? Now you have a lot, you go to some museums, and people say that this is the sword of the prophets of loveliness. And some people even have a hair that they put, I don't know where the hair comes came from. But they say this is from the prophets of Allah.

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And of course, there's a lot of people who are making things up in life, about there's no evidence and proof of that was it. And that's why the profit profits on the line are the remnants of the Messenger of Allah, so long as blessing. So the companions that may not even want to have their Nether happens to sprint, or some people just took a little. And some people took as much as they could, a lot of it. So we came up with the will for HANA database on the web. It was

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I heard that didn't hambre and so the Messenger of Allah came out, and he had a red cow. But there's another Hadith that prohibits us from wearing all red, bright red,

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then here, we see that we see that the profits are more red. Like what isn't? Isn't this prohibited? Number one, the prohibition. The prohibition itself is when some if someone wears all red, so if you can wear some red, it's okay, let's say you wear a red shirt. And you wear black pants, right? Or you can wear if you don't wear the whole, or you have some parts that are red, some red stripes, but not the whole thing has been red. because red is a color that's associated with with shape

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also, and so all that so but the profits on Kmart here, remember also kind of even though you call it red, is it really red.

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Sometimes it's the color that is similar to brown, brown. But when it's brown, it's more like sometimes, you know, there are some skills, right? Some skins are tan. Some skins are brown, and some animals are a little bit reddish. But it's not like red where you're where somebody sees that shiny, shiny red. And so that's why he said more, you will get a whole little camera and the anvil Isla bayaud is happy.

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As sad as if I can see the wideness of his sap of his shins the SAP as the area to the ankle and the knee. So he says as if I could see that. What does that mean? Can they unload its acid I can see

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what is the oxygen?

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So the messenger of Allah first of all is where is

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Are what was he is honest it's lower garment. And so he would wear the Sunnah is the profit. So upset, was a lot of movement in an SV survey for profit salons and it wasn't a movement that is on the lower garment of a believer is up to the level of the middle of his shin. Which means what? The Companions when they used to wear, they used to.

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They used to wear high. They used to they didn't cover their, their ankles. So when you're walking, it's officers officer keeps yourself clean and for men, for men, the sooner is that the sooner has to wear sort of like, what in America, we would call them high waters, right. I don't know what you guys call it nowadays. As a youngster, I don't remember. I don't know what people call about it. You know? I was not Yeah, I didn't think so. The new generation. You have bell bottoms? You guys have a bell bottoms? Yeah. Yeah.

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Not to the top of my generation is I'm getting, I feel really old.

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In the 70s, in the 80s, people would wear bell bottoms, right? And so that's, of course, very low. Those pants they used to wear. And they call them bell bottoms. Because it looks like bells. You're dropping the bottom. You're dragging them. Vessels building why? Right?

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And then of course, then you call the opposite of it. They call them use of high waters, right? Is that what they call it?

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So anyways, high water is like when you weren't really sure. Right. So during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the men used to wear, you still wear them very high. And the woman used to cover them up to the point where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. In the messenger lost a lot less important companions to the Sahaba yet to cover themselves, even when they were and they should drag to the point where it's actually dragging. And then, of course, some of them would say, but you know, but it's gonna get dirty. And so the message of a lot of them said, you've got here who my dad said that which comes afterwards will purify any pick up something that's

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dirty. When you drag it again, the dirt, when you continue dragging with your cleaning, whatever it is that can catch while you're driving, it will also be cleaned while you're dragging it.

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Right? So don't worry about it. And so he says, but if I do so, if I if I, if I if I'm if I lower it, then sometimes when I walk, my feet may still show. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said the Athena Shiva, like just lower the fingers bet. And he said, she said no, but even then she's

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the Iran that then do so. A, you know, there are as from the elbow to the sort of like a feet limit over feet. And so don't add one of them don't do more than that. So for a woman, it's okay for her to wear something that goes below her ankles, without ankles, but for men. The Sunnah, is to wear it above your ankles. And it is this like to wear at the ankles. And it is this It is haram to wear below the ankles. And this is of course, there's a difference of opinion whether you know, whether a person if this is specific to

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because of arrogance or not, but you also have to understand that there are certain things, certain factors also can play into it. Let's say let's say for example, if you're living in a very cold country or a cold climate in Alaska, you don't want any skin expose. Right so you knew where when you cover yourselves, you know, even we cover yourself and you wear something that covers it's not because you're arrogant or because that will just prohibit it. It's like the old people, the Emperor's and the kings and the rich people, people who were extremely arrogant, they used to walk and they will drag their robes, right? Drag their robes, you can see the old kings, they would walk

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down the aisle, you know, from their throne, you will see that they will drag anyone who does that. When Allah subhanaw taala not look at him, the Day of Judgment. Allah subhanaw taala will not purify, will not looking at you will have a grievous punishment on the Day of Judgment, those who drive their clothing out of arrogance. And so the messenger of a loss of life

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And the Companions they used to wear their clothing

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to have their have their shin or the leg in between the area of your ankles and your knees. And that's the sudden, especially when, for us, we don't know America normally wear pants. When you go, if you go back to Somalia, people wear the Marquise, like they go walking around the waist and handle.

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You know, nowadays, people here if they were that it would fall off.

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But you know, back home, they are good at it. Because they were all times even if they don't have belts and stays right. Even when they're running, it stays, right. So during the time they companions when they were there, when they were they

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they didn't need that.

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The only reason why they would wear belts is because they needed something to put valuables. That's how they would tie because of the value and not to keep these

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because they're so used to wearing that it was a normal clothes for them. Nowadays, people are not used to wearing that. So you know, when you go to making catch, people wear the ease and make the watch everything falling apart. If they don't put it well, everything would fall off because they don't even know how to do it. You don't know how to tie it the way he ties his arm. You don't need to tie it not even. You just roll it a specific way. Right? And then it stays. And that's how they used to do it during the time of the prophets of Allah. So the messenger of Allah, Allah, He said, so so.

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So I've been to Haifa. He says, the Messenger of Allah also came out wearing red. And then it says if I could see his legs, the whiteness of his legs, the whiteness of his legs, all of us Oh, Baba. And then he made

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that he made model for other than me that and then we learn made the other than be that way will add the nebula. And this is where we, that's where we this is where we this is where the PROOF we're speaking about the other end the lab here for other than a billion billion made the other. Okay, we

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made the other. And when we land next year,

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there's no specific wording of how to be learned. Because everybody knows, it's just like saying, and we paid awesome asset is what board loaders work for. And so, he says, are fragile to add a tab that will have who never have

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your whole year meaning where she man you could hire less for that hire.

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So this is now this is why we're we have this ID

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so when he makes it

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fragile to attack that fell so I was watching him I was following his mouth and of course he is making wudu in front of the Prophet sallallahu

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so whatever he's doing, it's also with the approval of the Messenger of Allah subhanaw taala

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so I was following his mouth here and they're here and they're turning right and turning left up to higher Lasala higher Island fella he said hey Allah Salah when he says hi Yah, so I turned to the right and some higher level I turn towards Allah. And so from this some of the scholars I mentioned, you say hey Allah Salah had turned towards the right only twice that hey, I let her out to the lab. Some scholars say no say hey Allah salah, hi, Alyssa first time to the right, first time towards the left, first time towards the right, first time towards the left. And so here

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this, this wording here. Now we

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we have to understand what's the purpose of him targeting right and for the more than to turn right into turn

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you the purpose, the scholars have mentioned, the purpose is that so that the sound travels no longer distance. So when you turn to the right than that sound travels further because you're turning that direction

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because you're turning that direction, and then we turn to the left travels further. So more people can hear whether there's people or not when you're making the other hand, you want to make it as loud as you can. And you also want to make it so that others can hear you and even if there isn't anyone there to make that sound travel as far as you can to reach as many places as you can because everything

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Anyone and everyone that hears the other man will testify for you on the Day of Judgment. So, so he turns to the right and turns to the left. So we have an issue issue here. Right now. Right now, what do we have? What do we have the other student had before? We have a microphone, okay? They say, hi, unless. And the purpose, of course, is to make it sound this sandwich.

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If you turn to the right, that means you're turning away from the microphone. So you have an opposite effect. Like you, the purpose of it is to make the sound travel further. But if you want the sound to travel further, you want to face the microphone. You don't want to turn away from the microphone, right? So here, do we stay? Do we turn to the right, is it sooner to turn on the right in terms of that? Or did you just say, to our just just face the microphone only and not turn towards the right, and not turn to masala? Why? Because when if you say that, if you if we say that this is an act of worship, that has no reason, no edge left behind it. When we say we do it anyways,

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we don't know, maybe there's another reason why we turn to the right and turn towards the left that we don't know. And if we say that there is a reason. And the purpose of the man is also to find. And we know that the prophets of Allah chose the law because he had a loud voice. Because the purpose of it is to let people hear because we choose someone with a soft voice, then most people are not going to hear the news. So the purpose is to make the sound travel as far as you can. You yourself doing it and choosing someone who has a loud voice also. And that's the purpose of the event because it's a call to prayer. And you have to find some own, you have to make sure that you fulfill that

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purpose. So we say there's a purpose and you turn. So in this case, if someone allotment, so if someone takes it literally can say you know what, I'm gonna turn the right turn left, because that's how you make the other.

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And others will say no,

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there's a purpose behind it, you shouldn't do that, if it's going to make the purpose is to the sound is, is to make the sound proud.

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So I've been facing the microphone and traveling, the sound will travel further. So you shouldn't do that. And Allah knows best seems to be the stronger opinion is that you don't have to you don't have to do that. If you feel that if the other one is going to be, you know, be heard. be louder. If you just face the up just face the

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microphone, but at the same time, let's say for example, that for us, we're here. Whether you face turn right or turn left, whether we use a microphone or not. People outside of here, they're not going to hear, right, it's loud enough anyways. So the best thing to do is to try to just follow the Sunnah of the Prophet civilize so that you can turn to your right hand or left, it isn't just a little bit sound doesn't make that big of a difference for us, because we're not playing the Athan outside. Now, if we had speakers out right now, then I would say yes, because as soon as you turn away,

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that the sound is going to be decreased. But here, we're just a small space. And the microphone is enough for what even if we didn't have the microphone, people would hear it anyways. People would hear anyways. But in some areas, some massages, even in America, places like

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Dearborn where they can make you run outside, even in New York now have the right, you can make the other limb turn on the loudspeakers outside

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so that others can hear if you continue to make it if you face to face the microphone, it will be more consistent. It's consistent consistently. In this case, don't turn for the right doctor.

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Just face to the microphone, because that's the answer.

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Yeah, if you can hold them at the phone, left and right actively following

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the most most people then of course, now you have another one. Should you close your eyes, put some your hands your ears. Awesome. That's the same thing. Right? Now if you do this, you tend to project louder and that's my sound. That's why you put your hand in your ears, right so that your when when when you hear yourself you usually hear yourself louder. So when you

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close that you hear a little bit less and so that also helps you to protect yourself and fulfill that

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octopus awesome. So you say hi Ella sada higher than to the right. Higher so that to the higher or higher Salah higher the higher the

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higher the Salah.

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So, either from this one, we don't we have other ideas that mentioned that but there are some opinions of the scholars I mentioned you say both both ways. Both

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both sides higher, side, other side is higher, so that to the right and then

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to the left and the loss of power knows best as some rookies at level are an asset.

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And then, of course, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to pray, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to always have, he would have something that was in front of him, that's called.

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And that's called, that's called a sutra. Sutra is is something that

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that's between you, right and the direction and

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so some rookies at level nsso. Someone put the analysis a sphere. So put a sphere

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and an advisor

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on either side is a sphere that has some types of spheres have different than compensate them have rocks, sharp stones, and then have some that have metal.

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And as that is the type that has the metal that has the metal part. And so you have different types of spheres. And so they put that as a suitor for the practice of Allah, Allah himself. But the fact of the matter was,

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so he came for came out in the cave, he went forward, and he prayed to God, if a pardon for Salah Well, me, but

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here, you can see that in the Hadith, there is no mentioning of the karma. There's only mentioning

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does that mean that they didn't make the karma?

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No, because the karma is generally part and so sometimes when somebody says Vietnam was called and then they pray. They Adonis called and they played, everyone knows the Athan after the event is the so it's already well known, even if it's not meant,

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even was not mentioned. It's it's just like the companion to saying that the messenger of a loss of a long term parade is over. They didn't mention that he prayed over for rock. Everybody knows it's for rock.

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Right? Everybody knows it's for rock or reliability or God. How did he make that

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everybody knows how the Athan is made, so you don't have to mention. So here the message of a loss of alliances. After the mentioning of the Athan, then the mentioning of the prayer comes afterwards right away. And some years of your salary uropathy Raja

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and then he continued to pray to rock until he arrived in Medina, which means what that means you continue to pray to God continue to shorten his prayers, shorten this prayer. So this is when he was traveling. So when a person is probably and the person is traveling, it's not sooner, to pray sooner. It's not sooner to play that sooner or whatnot with the exception of the two restaurant budget. And with

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these prayers that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never abandoned, he never abandoned. So these are very, very important prayers to rock our budget. So now before Fajr and the others also and when you're praying.

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One one bit one mistake. One misconception that people have is they think that when you're traveling, you should always combine your prayers.

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You should always combine your prayers. And that's a mistake. To think that you should always combine your plan. You should have never combined your prayer unless you need it.

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Unless you need it. The default is that you don't combine your prayer.

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The default but the default is that you pray you shorten your prayer. It certainly does shorten your prayer. And it's not something that to combine your prayer unless you need it. It's like when you're fasting.

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If you're fat, it's Ramadan. It's fast. If you want to fast, it's okay to fast during Ramadan. But if it's difficult for you to fast and don't fast, if it's difficult for you to fast in the month of Ramadan and you're traveling about the way you're traveling, then don't fast because the prophets are lying to us sometimes when he's traveling

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He would fast a robocall real fast and Omar would pass. And everyone else does it fast. And sometimes the Messenger of Allah would order the Companions when he saw the condition that it was very tiring and difficult. He would order them to break their fast. But when it comes to traveling you're praying is similar. So let's say for example, you're traveling. And everything is, you know, especially when you're on an airplane, everything is just the time and so forth. It's just

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confusing, right? So if you pray, and you combine your prayers, because it's easier to do so, then or if you're when you're, when you're traveling, while you're traveling, sometimes it's difficult, especially on the plane. Because every time you pray, it's you have to go with Google and find a place and then you can play sitting down. It's just, it's a lot more difficult. Or if you're traveling, sometimes you're at a hotel, and certain days, you're busy. So you say you know what I could also I have so many things to do. Let me just come by the hood and offset. It's okay, it's permissible. But if you have nothing to do, you know, you have the whole evening of all afternoon

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destroyed, you're just relaxed. You don't have anything. Sometimes you don't have you finished everything already. Then when the time comes place to rock as of the war. But don't pray, ask them until answer comes, then so it's better to pray each prayer at its time.

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If you need it, then it's permissible to do so. But there are some people who always pray, who always come by, and it's permissible to combine not to say it's not permissible, but what's better.

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Some people think it's better to combine, but it's always better to shorten

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the best for better better for so the prophets

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shorten his prayer until he arrived in Medina until he arrived at Raja

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and so, the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam.

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we're talking about this idea is the Hadith. It's mentioning that the prophets of return

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the messenger, their loss of the lighthouse, has returned after hutch, in the mid Hutch. What did he do? During the whole time during Hajj, he prayed and he showed his player even even when he was leading people in the masjid. In the Masjid.

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He will tell the Companions who are living in Makkah, he told them, he said, We are travelers. So complete your prayer.

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But then when he was a Mecca, that he combined the prayers when he was there.

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When he was leading the people, he didn't say, Okay, you guys, listen, we are traveling. You don't need to pray with us. We're going to pray our awesome pray right now.

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Know the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we're waiting to answer when you were praying. And that's why even when he was in meaning, he prayed each prayer at its time. Because that's the default, even even though that's of course part of the new system. And that's it to me, some of the rituals have had the riches. So yeah, we just the point that we're speaking about here, the main thing is when you're turning on your credit, when you're making that should you turn to your left and turn to your right. And so you turn if you want to you can, and if somebody does, so though, of course, they have proof evidence, and if they don't do so, there's also proof and

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evidence, because they're looking at the purpose and the reasoning for that particular action. So in some way, with that, we will chart the end of next week, we'll continue again, with some more benefits and some more rulings related to this particular idea. There are still a couple more things to mention that I would like to enter right now. We have a child on

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the other runtime right now.