The Chapter on Lines – Umdatul Ahkam

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Hi yah yah

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yah Kulu Caldon sadita Telecom Allah como El Faro likoma, Zuber come on my yokai Allah wa Rasulullah HuFa clarifies 1000 Halima my back. And Sharla we are in the chapter of

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bad so full chapter on aligned, straightening and aligned or lining up in prayer. We went, we spoke about standing up in prayer facing the Qibla in prayer, and now chama were speaking about, again, continuation of the prayer, lining up in lines or lining up in prayer. And the Hadith that we have is Hadith 86 from Abdullah and Ambassador de la.

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bit to the whole team, a Munna for commentary sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to live in LA for two annual salary for ROTC for many and Yemeni. This particular hadith is from abdominal bass who said,

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I spent the night with her

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to pray,

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why stood up to his left. And then he took my head. He took me by my head. And he stood me on his right side for Karmani and Yemeni. So this particular hadith

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is in the chapter on lining up in prayers and so this covers what, what aspect of where do you light up in prayer and so forth. And Inshallah, before we get to that, we'll speak a little bit about some other aspects of that. Sharla. So he says, And, first of all, from Abdullah Abbas Abdullah, in Ibis is the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, the cousin of the Messenger of Allah salAllahu Alaihe Salam, of course, his father was a lab bass, and I bless him Nando Paulo, who also

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was one of the most one of the most respected of the people in Mecca, and he was one of the uncles of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And of course, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He, Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah, of the rock club, some scars, you read the books of Sierra that he had

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10 sons, some said 13 sons, and the stronger opinion is that he had the majority that Jehoram

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pinion he had

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incense, that incense and the 10th of which was Abdullah, the father of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And so amongst his sense, was alumnus and above that mass is the uncle of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he accepted Islam later on, even though he participated in the Battle of Ohio, or battle.

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And he was captured in the battle but in fact, he was captured the battle but

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and so of course, he's from battle Hashem. When he was captured, he was ordered to he was ordered to pay ransom. He was ordered to pay ransom. Why? Because all the captives were supposed to pay ransom so that it would be free. And so he says, Why should I have to pay ransom? I'm, I'm

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so why should have to pay ransom a Muslim? And he says, If what you're saying is true, then Allah will pay you back. And I will pay you back. But it's not you're not

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meeting pay ransom.

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He said he's Muslim.

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And he was with the prophets of Allah, Allah.

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In Viet tilaka. Attorney, the second ahava

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when the Companions from Medina, he says, you know, this is

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because you have invited him, in other words, which would take care of or protect them. Like, it's not that he's we're expelling him or anything like that. No, we're taking care of him. But you are here have invited him and he, on his own accord, he wants to go to you, because you've invited him. Right. So this was with Abdullah Buster, but he's mentioned because he's from but Hashem so when the battle, the battle that occurred, he was fighting against the Muslims, and he was captured. And then he said, No. Why do I have to pay ransom? I'm like, um, you guys party? That part of you? He says no, you pay. Why does he have to pay anybody know? Why if somebody says I'm a Muslim, though you

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accepted from them.

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You just accepted from them?

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No, you don't.

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He should they should have accepted right? Yeah. But the problem. He said, You know, he said, you pay ransom because of the other half of your family

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wants to

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But why does he have to pay? He says, I had to pay Amazon.

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Anybody know, what he was using as a digital officer? You

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know, the thing is, this is a very important, very important aspect of Islamic faith, email,

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isn't

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it? He was forced to, because I heard that he was not willing to fight.

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Now many of them didn't want to fight. I think he's not only not only I've done omnibus, the majority of those who are at burger did not want to fight they were they wanted to go back.

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But Abuja has incited them, right. So they fought so most of them that is the problem, we captured them. And he still took bands and from them, and he took ransom from Abdullah, after Ambassador not democratic. Also, his own uncle says no, you pay. You pay. Why?

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Yeah, he told them to pay even these firms.

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The reason is because of this. Let me tell you, if you say you're Muslim,

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and your actions contradict that,

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then we don't accept it. Because Islam isn't just believe with his with your heart and utterance with the tongue. No, it's

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with the heart errors with the tongue and following up with actions. And if your actions contradict, you can say Laila a million times.

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If you do something that is totally contradictory to your faith, as a Muslim, and what is that what did he do? He fought against the Muslims.

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No one who is a Muslim who's true Islam would join a non Muslim army to fight against the Muslims. No one with who has faith in his heart

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would join this believers to help the disbelievers against the believers. If you do that, it doesn't matter if you say, Hello 100 times, right? You can say like 100, but your actions don't show it. Like for example, if somebody were to take the most half, he says lie and then he stops and the most half the point he's a Muslim.

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is a Muslim, Muslim, he steps on the Quran. No one who is a true Muslim would ever step on the Messiah.

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That act itself is an act of what?

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Even if you say you're Muslim, no Muslim, who has an ounce of iman in their heart would do something like that. Just like no one who has an ounce of iman in their faith would help the Muslims or help the non Muslims yes Muslims. And that's what what are the no after the event? What is the weapon the Lima, the Nullifiers you have your iman, your faith is to help non Muslims against the Muslims to help because no one who has true faith or any ounce of humanity would help a disbeliever against somebody

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like right now who will who dare to say that they're Muslim. And say I'm muslim. And then we join the like, join the idea for example, the Israeli army and then go go into us and fight Muslims.

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Who isn't a member that put that person to Muslim?

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Right? Unless he was like, there's no other options. He was gonna you know, there's no in any way in that case. You know, you you actions, you'll be treated based on your actions.

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Because so even if he's Muslim, we are not

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treating you based on what you say or believe that's between you and Allah. But your actions contradict what contradicts that we have to apply what you say we have to play this land ruling based on what we know not what we can see in your heart because we don't know.

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And that's why the prophets are in the opposite is also true.

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The opposite is also true.

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The messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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the Messenger of Allah says Allah

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was in so many cases and so many situations after but I know I know.

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And during the battle

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What did someone what did what did Omar want to do?

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Our way that Abdullah Hypnobabies Salute.

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Salute him. The way he acted towards the Prophet Salam visible enough him a hypocrite. The Messiah, the Messenger of Allah knows he's a hypocrite. He knows he's a hypocrite

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The owner said he knows he's a hypocrite that in his heart and has no faith, no emotion whatsoever. Right? And I want to photogra The law says it could because he is what is he doing is the way that he's acting and the way that he's tried to, you know this behavior, right? Like this is, this is this is not right. He says, Let me chop off his head.

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Let me talk about the head of this hypocrite. And so the province of Salam said, No, I don't want people saying that Mohammed kills his followers.

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Why does he Why isn't the kill

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even though he's a hypocrite?

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Because he says he's a Muslim. He prays with the Muslims.

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Here's an here's what the Muslims, he played with Muslims. But in his heart, he's always trying to

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go against Islam.

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But because so how do we deal with people? We deal with them not based on what we think it's in their heart. We deal with them by what they show in action.

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So so some so here, this is the person the opposite of the you're like, like that situation? Somebody is saying that he's

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when he says, Why are you taking ransom from me? And I'm Muslim, but he's just he's fighting against the Muslim still.

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Now, if he were to say, Okay, I'm gonna join the Muslims right now, but no, but he's gonna go back.

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What does he want to do? What does he want to do right now? He wants to Medina with the Muslims.

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Does he want? No, he says no, let me go back. Go back with who

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was not know. The majority of the Muslims.

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He was arrested for slap. Yeah, like I said, because of what he because of him joining the army, fighting against the Muslims.

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Medina, yes, and not going to everyone else is coming.

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That's an act of

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that act itself a scuffle that we whatever you said in your heart that's between you and Allah, but you know what, you just were fighting against us. And now you're saying that, you know, you're Muslim. You can't say you're Muslim and do something like that.

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You can't say you're Muslim, and do something like that. And so that's why anyways, Abdullah, he later on in the course, he later on he accepted Islam. And it was about Sofia and also that he also invited him to go to Medina and they were going to they were going to Medina. Now this is like real. This is the his he was making it Hijra to Medina and at that time, who did he see along on the way

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this was the eighth year, the Messenger of Allah was coming from Medina

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attack.

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Yeah, this is almond fat, this is the year or the conquest of Mecca. When he was going to Medina then and then he joined the Muslims now he joined them.

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And now because he was he already made that his his action that he's willing is going to Medina before he was trying. He was in Medina. He's trying to go back to Mecca. Like you told me, let me go back Mecca you know, if you go back you pay that means you're still there you want them still your actions?

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Yes, what differentiates between him and the other? Other performers? There is no and it was the yes was the most against the Muslim so that was very, no, no, he was very even the prophets of Allah himself in the before the battle. He said if you see Abdullah Busey IVC

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Abbas said capture him capture him and you know who actually hear

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them narrations come to us actually there was a there was a companion who when he went and he brought a bass to the profit zone all tied up right hey Brian Alabama's all tied up and he says all messenger all I got him for you. And then he looked at he looked at the profit so he said you think this guy gave me

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there's no a man huge man dressed him on white with turban he was the one that got me was it was an angel that came and captured our bus. Because the prophets have already said don't kill him when you see him just capture him. And that's what when he captured him he's like, You take this guy you get me? No.

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It was it was an angel that came that captured him and tie them up and he just brought him to the Messenger of Allah says a lot. So but this companion is trying to take a look at I got there. Yeah, so you did it again. You could you wouldn't be here

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You won't be able to do that because he decides like this little guy who gave me no,

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no, it was somebody else. Right. And it was an angel actually, that, you know, that captured him the loss of ahead knows best, but I believe not best is the son of a landmass. So he's the cousin of the prophets of Allah, Allah herself. And so he was, of course, he was extremely young, and he was one of the companions, who would love to seek knowledge and he always wanted to spend time with the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And the prophets of Allah Allah who made dua for him along perfectly who did, who I live with that will Oh Allah, Allah COVID Oh ALLAH who give him the film of this Deen, give him the understanding of the deen and he's making dua for him. That's why

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he's one of the most knowledgeable amongst the companions of the Prophet of Allah as well I live with that will and teach him that will mean teach him the understanding of the Quran that I've seen, that we there must have seen in modern terminology that were you that we know is the interpretation and the understanding of the Quran. And as a result of that, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada, Allah subhanaw taala, of course, gave him an abundance of knowledge. He was very knowledgeable.

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He was at the same time, he was also one of the most knowledgeable in terms of understanding of the word of Allah subhanaw taala. Even though he was only in his teeth, there was only a teenager there at the time of he was only a teenager during the time of Ramadan photogra de la.

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He was only a teenager to the time of Ramadan photogra de la. And I want to use to invite him to join the, the, the elders when they had their meetings, you know, like you have Magister? Sure. And so when he when they used to have their meetings, the elders Marcion czar, Ha Joon, they saw him and they said, we you know, what do you think about this person? Like, you know, they saw Him they say why? Why does he Why Why? Why is he joining us? It's like, he's a kid. Why is he joining us? It's like, you know, like a teenager, like somebody in our time, like someone, like just started high school or middle school, right? So you have this meeting with all the elders, and then you have a

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teenager just sitting there. Amongst all of those and all the other ones, everyone's looking at him. Like, oh, my god, the law and the Khalifa, Ameerul Momineen, he brings them to this meeting, and people like, this doesn't look like you don't belong here, right? He's just a kid. What are you doing? You're just a kid. Why is he in the meeting? So Omar realizes what everybody's you know, looking at him. Like as if he's as if to say that he doesn't belong. And so he stops the meeting.

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And he says, I know you guys are probably thinking,

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why am I putting him here? I want to ask you guys that first of all, okay. When Allah Subhan, Allah to Allah, to you, you know, you're thinking, why am I bringing here? Let me ask you, when ALLAH SubhanA, Allah revealed Elijah and us, Rosa, he will

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sort of Nasir, what does that mean?

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But what does this surah what's, what does it indicate?

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So the Companions are like, you know, it was it was really unfair to Mecca. Yes. But what does it mean? And that everyone's saying, No, when ALLAH SubhanA, Allah gave the Muslims victory, you see people coming in to the religion of Allah Subhana Allah and Allah telling us to glorify Him for Serbia, we have the law, because that's what the law is telling. So they're just giving him give him the head. That's what it means. Yeah. And then he looks at us, he says, Are they right? There's not.

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This verse indicated, that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, has finished with his resale and he's about to die. Is the first is the verse that was revealed to tell us that he was going to meet Allah Subhana Allah. And he says, he says, he says, he says, You see, he has, he has you get the feeling he doesn't belong. He knows whether you guys, but he's only a teenager. And that's true, because when this first one revealed, who is who who was there, Abu Bakr radi, Allah. When Allah subhana wa revealed this verse, everyone thinks it's a it's a joyous occasion, because Allah was mentioning victory. And Allah subhanaw taala as mentioned a victory and people entering the deen of Allah

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subhanho wa Taala Allah subhanaw taala in groups. And so when this verse was really understood, and that's why he cried.

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He cried because this verse when Allah Subhana Allah Asad facetted. Behind behind the Arab beaker was still filled. After this verse was revealed, Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling him to do

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This be and make this via glorify Allah subhanho wa Taala and his praise, glorify His praise and make it stick far. And the Prophet Salam did so very often. And he added, even in his little quote and schedule

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he had in the course of June after this verse was revealed that the sphere and estate finance application, and it's probably because it was at the end. And you know, it's to teach us at the end of our lifetime, we increase our acts of worship, and at the same time also we glorify Allah and we ask Allah Subhana Allah for forgiveness, and we thank Allah Subhana Allah for the blessings that He has bestowed upon us. And so it was the indication that there was that the prophets of Allah Nielsen's

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the Salah, His Messenger ship was about to end because it was complete. Now everyone is accepting Islam. And after this, why did people accept Islam?

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The reason why because so many people accepted Islam as because

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everybody knows. All of Arabia know that the people who are Muhammad Allah subhanaw taala has chosen

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the people of God the people whom Allah subhanaw taala has favorite and are the the people of gene

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and people influence on the operation.

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And so the people follow the dean of the operation, all Arabia, they follow the deed operation why because they are the descendants of Prophet Ibrahim and Prophet Ismail. And so they are the ones who have the authority in terms of the deen the deen of Allah subhanaw taala and they were the people of God. In fact, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born, the year that he was born, a lot protected the Kaaba miracle of the elephant. And the people the elephant is how they feel when they came from Yemen and Allah subhanho wa Taala sent armies a bird, Army, a bird to protect the Kaaba. So they were a people that everybody knows. But then when the prophets Allah, he starts

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calling people to Islam.

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There's a split the youngsters of the prophets of Allah and so and the elders, so they know that we follow the dean of the Quran, the Arabs, we follow their dean, but they're, they're split themselves. So everyone's like, Okay, we don't know what to do. We just step aside.

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As soon as the Prophet salallahu Salam is victorious.

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And now there's only one that he has united, united the courage. Everyone says, Oh, that he was on the right path. They don't know if I'm ready with all the others. Who do we fall. Everybody's waiting on the sidelines, as I say, like the waiting on the sidelines to see who's victorious. As soon as the messenger of Allah conquers Mecca.

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Allah subhana wa Tada says, either join us for Allah he will fat when the help of ALLAH SubhanA comes in victory. Were either NASA to Hulu Nephi De La Jolla, and you see people entering the deen of Allah in groups and tribes are coming into the deen of Allah after that. Why? Because now they know what who has the truth. So now they everyone's accepting Islam. And if that's the case, that means there's going to be a unit for the Arabian Peninsula. So the united under the leadership of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Now, that's the end, that means that the message has reached far and wide. And so if the message is about to be complete,

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that is also an indication that Allah subhanaw taala is about to take back. The prophets of Allah, Allah Himself. So it's a first sort of notification to the companions that the Prophet saw the lions and was going to die. And that's why the lamb now Basara Dylon, he understood that because he he knows he's who was either like, in those situations in cases. He was very, very young, of course, but he wasn't asking. He was always asking. He's very he's someone who's always asking, he was a he had a had a tongue that always used to ask, and he wants to seek knowledge so much so that, you know,

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obey, obey Him niqab. He used to he used to go to his house and he used to spend

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in his stay in his house. And he went knock on his door. And sometimes he would go after fajr and he was sitting there and he's waiting for him to come out. So you can ask him a question.

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So this is Abdullah Nava, young, a young boy, he's waiting there and he doesn't knock on the door. He's because he doesn't bother if he has, you know, to us to stay home. That didn't finish his business, whatever he needs to do when he comes out. Then, you know, we can now

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asking the question. So sometimes he doesn't come out until when?

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To the old time Imagine you go into somebody's house, and they're just sitting there waiting.

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One hour, two hours. What was the time between?

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That's half a day. They always have today. He spent half the day in his in front of his house. And then he comes out.

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comes out. He says, How long have you been here? He says, Oh, I've been here since budget is waiting for you to come up, says what is just knock you Why don't you just knock I would have come out like he just had one question that he says because this is what we've been ordered to do to respect those of knowledge. Right? And so he he, he kisses me on the forehead. He said WhatsApp for he says this what we've been ordered to do to the family of the prophets of their lives.

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The family of the Messenger of Allah says Allah Allah, so what? Why is he so knowledgeable? Knowledge?

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The prophets, Allah made dua for him, but

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it takes effort. So how do you spend

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a whole day or half the day is leading this show live has respect as etiquettes of manners. When somebody has manners that Allah gives them knowledge. When when somebody has respect manners and etiquette, that's when Allah Subhana Allah gives them give them knowledge, and so he was extremely knowledgeable, but he was always asking every verse everything, a single verse, is not saying a verse

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except that he says that except that he knows what. And the same with Abdullah Masada also one but he also because of the Prophet Psalms do I love my health indeed, we are limited with and so here

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from when he was very young, during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was just a young boy. He said bid to end the holiday Mona I spent the night battery to battery every two minutes to spend the night but it'd be two minutes to spend the night whether you sleeping the night or battery be too much to spend the night right and so you know the word for example, a date, what is bait? It is a home or house because that's where you spend your nights become home wherever you are in the whole daytime where we went maybe where do you come back to? You come back to your bait because that's where you spend the night. So Batter Up to here spend the night so he says been to

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the holiday mode. So I spent the night with my aunt, my Munna with my aunt Maimunah. So who has odd as odd as my Munna and that's why he's able to spend the night there. Why is he spending the night where there's art? Of course his art is from the hara muscle of course, you can spend the night there in somebody else's house. This is art, but what specific what Maimunah

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Lila?

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She is the husband, the wife of the profits.

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And why does he want to spend an iPad

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because he wants to see and learn how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prays at nighttime.

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He wants to see and he wants to pray with the prophets of Allah at nighttime to see his actions at night. So look at the that's that's his hair. That that's the type of desire that he had to seek knowledge. So if you want knowledge you have to give it your all. And give it your time you give it your effort even spend money in that process of seeking knowledge. Then they'll give you some give me your and then you get some if you try to give some only you forget if

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you have to give me your give us much you know this is serious you have to be serious when it comes to seeking knowledge so he spends the night between the harlotry it may Mona Carla and everything the Arabic language

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you have an English you just have art and an art can be maternal or paternal right? It can be your aunt is who is who's your either your your father's your father's sister, or Calabi also be your mother's sister they're both your art right so you can you call them aunt right well in Arabic. When you say harder. That means it's your sister's sister. I mean your mother's sister

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or your or your aunt, you know your and if the if it's

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If you have paternal your mother's side from my father's side, you say I'm a lamb is from the mother's father's side. And the fall is from the mother's side Ilhan is the uncle and Hala the feminine that is from your mother's side. So, in he said, Paul a bit to earn the holiday Maimunah and so he's spending the night with his aunt, who is the wife of the Prophet. She is Omen Omen what meaning and she

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can she he's spending the night also. And of course is the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spending every night with her?

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No, he's waiting for the night that she that she that he spent with his with my Munna. What is his art? And so he's looking for that because he wants to learn to see the prophets of their lives and pray for common Nabi. sallallahu alayhi wasallam you subliminally. So of course, what was the idea what was the normal

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routine of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at nighttime, the Messenger of Allah, Allah Lo and he was we used to spend the night praying. I used to spend the night, early part of the night sleeping and he would sleep the first part of the night. Then he would wake up and pray. So you woke up and we prayed for common Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam, you're suddenly mentally ill. So at nighttime. So yesterday, you suddenly Mina Leila, and is part of the night from the night of the night. I spent part of the night praying. So when part of the night passed, and the stood up and he prayed, and then

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he says, Welcome to and yesterday,

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I stood up, and I woke up also and I stood on his left side, to his left. And so here

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for farming, the basil Allah is a new Sulli minute late so he's already praying. And he joins him. Who are the prophets of Allah, Allahu wa salam has already prayed. But he joins him on his left side.

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So if it were permissible, so now you have two people praying, if you have two people praying, he stood on the left. And that was okay. The Prophet sallallahu someone have left them there. Right, but the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, Abdullah, Namaste the Roxy. So he took me by my head in my head, and he put our car money and your money. So he took me by my head. And he stood stood me to his right. So the profits a lot and while he's praying, did he say anything to him?

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No, for calm and he means he pulled him to his right side. Because when you're praying, you don't talk. But you can make actions that are considered actions that help correct a mistake in prayer

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are actions that are related to perfecting the prayer that those actions and movements are permissible actions and movements that are not part of the prayer or are not helping with the prayer. That's something that nullifies the prayer. So if someone were to do something, purposely, let's say for example, Allahu Akbar, and they want to play with their phone while they're praying like, you know,

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And subhanAllah some people while the hottie was giving the footpath, I see some people playing with the force and joking, they're sitting down with like,

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the whole football, the whole, the plane, the phone. Is that permissible? No, that's not permissible. That's not permissible. And when you're praying, you don't play with the phone, you're not allowed to, because that's not something that's part of the player. But if you were to, let's say, for example, if some your phone were to ring and it's distracting you or disturbing you in the prayer, if you don't turn it off, then it becomes mandatory upon you to turn it off because it is distracting from part of a very important aspect of the prayer which is crucial. And so if you don't turn it off, especially in the masjid, if you don't turn it off, you're going to distract not only

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you be distracted, but other people all around you. Everybody has just lost their who show even if they don't have to show they lost whatever.

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Whatever you're thinking about you forget everything when that phone goes off, like everybody is annoyed by it. And so that's why if you're if you bring your phone

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Want to make sure you turn it off or leave it outside or you just set to set it so that it doesn't go off when it's in the masjid. So, bit to the holiday my Munna for calm in the visa Lula Khalifa Musa liminal lake and the messenger the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi. Salam used to stand up and pray at nighttime.

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And another ruling here is

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Excuse me.

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Is it permissible to pray, to pray, congregational prayer to like you know, to pray together? CONGREGATION we mentioned this last time.

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It is permissible to pray congregational prayer. Even outside of Ramallah, we know that the first Ramadan is an occasion where we can pray the Sunnah prayer, the night prayer, in the masjid, together, and that's the Sunnah, that was established by the messenger of allah sallallahu. So himself, and the only reason why he did not do it the whole time after establishing it and continue is because he didn't want it to be considered mandatory. So once once that was established that a sunnah, that's why we do every single, every single day in Northern Africa night in Ramadan, the night prayer. So the night prayer itself is something that is part of its sunnah to gather, to pray

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in congregation in the Metromover. As for outside the month of Ramadan, there are two types. If you're gathering people to pray for an occasion, then that would be considered an innovation. Let's say some people in the sun massages, they gather people doing this and this for Shabbat, or sometimes some people gather because of this occasion that occasion. And they say, Come on brothers we have we want to, we want to, we want to get together. And we want to pray, congregation a person that the young will lay together. If you gather with an invitation pre planned to pray via Malay, then that's something that would be considered

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a an innovation, because the gathering for congregational prayer is not permissible. Unless it wasn't planned. Let's say you get up to pray and somebody joins you and people join to pray. And that's something that's okay, that's permissible. So let's say for example, you, you, your your play, users are spending your time in the masjid when somebody comes in early, and it's not funded yet. And then they stand up to pray tahajud maybe in the masjid, and you want to join and that's fine. But you didn't plan like you know, as a an event.

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Like an event that's plan that you're calling people and you're inviting them to come together. Whether this is at home, or in the masjid and some people do that in the masjid like sometimes they'll have like some of the brothers will have like, hey, brothers, let's come together because 4pm 4pm for you know, on Saturday, so they will bring the youth because today is Christmas because there's no work in everyone's free, let's come. It's okay, if you come you know, the let's say for example, it's like we have this have an event. And we want the youth to spend time in the masjid together. That's okay, that's permissible. And if you go to pray, you say hey, you know, let's you

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guys in the masjid, you want to join me? We're gonna pray right now and then pray, then it's okay to pray. But to organize in a way where you're where your action. The prayer itself, is something that you're establishing, are you that if you do that, maybe, maybe it might become something of a

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and a, you know, a routine, like, oh, every Christmas, let's do this. Or every Halloween. Let's do this. Every time there's this badness to this, then that's that would be considered an innovation. Because but it's okay to come together to pray. If it's not pre planned, just like this case, he came in the Messenger of Allah normally prays, but he comes and he wants to pray. He's praying and then people join him. And he's not like making an announcement Hey, everybody, you know, I'm going to be praying here I'm going to pray in the masjid or I'm going to pray in the house.

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So house are such in such Hall and so forth. So he said between the whole team I know Mona so where's the prophesied and praying even less houses next to it? Where did he pray

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for commentary so the LA new Salim in LA so in the house, otherwise he would just wait in the masjid and there's hopefully if he did pray in the masjid who else will be in the masjid?

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There are so many companions was

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sleeping in the masjid, every single night. There are no sofa that's the place that's like this the dorm. They don't have any houses to live, that's where they live, they live in the masjid. They just live in the back of the Masjid. These are under sofa. If the messenger of allah sallallahu So more to come out and pray in the masjid, even though he's like his door, are the rooms are next to it. And if you would have come, who who else you think would have joined?

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Others would have joined also. But it and of course this is his only own private space. So the companions of course, I'm not going to go. Besides the fact that it was so small that you couldn't have too many people anyways, him standing up probably that was all the room that he had. But he wanted this when he was a young boy, want to spend time to learn to see how the messenger of allah sallallahu some pray, and you know what the prophets Allah read.

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And then then ERATION he said, I stood up and I pray

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and he read surah baqarah then we got to about 100 verses. I thought this is gonna be cool, cool.

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And now he continued.

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He continued reading and I said, Okay, he's about to finish.

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After this is going to definitely go down and recall and he continues, he goes and he reads Surah Nisa

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and I thought okay after Surah Nisa, this is it.

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No, because comes back to Surah Al Imran and he finishes for Ali Imran how many sorrows

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three sorrows but what what's unique about these three sorrows

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these are the three longer sorrows in the Quran how long they know how many raka

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one rock

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solid Bukhara Surah Nisa Surah Ali Imran how many rock and do you think he can play?

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How long do you think this will take three out of five

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this will probably take almost the whole night.

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Almost it will take almost the whole night. But not only that.

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That was long enough, right?

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He made a call and he made record that was almost as long as the standing

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and then he went down to June and so dude was almost as long as there's a standing

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I want him understanding how many rock Do you think he's able to pray in a night?

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If you pray like that

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if you would one rock I was like that. You will not be able to pray more than eight.

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No way. No way You prayed two or three right to to rock as you pray for us and you're on the other side. It's almost here. Right? Almost only two

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of you can pray like that. You're not gonna get much in. And that's why when he prayed, he prayed very long, but I

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stood with him.

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He stood with him the whole time. And that's what the Prophet Solomon he stood up has sometimes is he stood up for so long. his ankles were swollen

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as ankles became swollen because he would stand up for so long.

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And because he stood up for hours, hours and hours in prayer

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and this and the profit sort of do you think he knows that? Abdullah omnibuses there.

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He knows he can. But he also realizes like this is a young boy. And he's still able to pray.

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Yeah, he's young boy, right. So this means what? When it comes to the Sunnah, prayers, pray as long as you will. Okay. Pray as long as you want. Why? Because if somebody is unable to pray,

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then they can always sit down. Number one. Secondly, they can always leave. They don't have to pray the whole night in the middle of the prayer. But you know, like tearaway prayer for example. You can prolong it. And if you prolong it, it's okay to prolong it. Because if you can't finish, and you can just sit down if you're tired, because Sunnah prayers you can sit down even if you're able to stand up.

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You can pray you can sit down, and if you don't, you can't make it the whole time.

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can always come back. And that's why during the time of the Prophet

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So during the time that like, Amaro hot tub, and the Companions, when they pray, they're thoroughly prayer, they would have someone leading. And some people would come at the early day or early part of the night, somebody's pray. In other words,

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they will always continue to pray.

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And based on how much time you have, whether you're tired or not, you come whenever you're ready.

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And you can always,

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and you can always join the congregation.

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You understand? And that's what they used to do. And that's why when Oman covered on the law and order awaiting the cop to lead the people in prayer, and he came in, what did he say? He said, Wow, this is a wonderful. This is a wonderful innovation, which is innovation in terms of like, this is very nice. And everyone's praying together before everyone's praying separately. But he's reviving Asuna innovation and that it was left and then he kept people started doing it again. Not that it is not part of the deed, because it is part of the name because the Prophet Solomon, Solomon gathers the companions in congregation for in Ramadan. So he's reviving the Sunnah. Because now is the time

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to do it. Because everybody knows it's not mandatory. Right? So what's so what did he join at the beginning? Even the order wave? Look, what was he playing with it? So no, because sometimes the whole day you come back from work? You're tired? You're so tired. Is it better for you to go to the masjid and pray?

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And then like, you're dozing off? And you're like, yeah, come on, really quick. I need to go No. So he's, you sleep first. Right? So you sleep first. And so he, you know, for maybe get rested an hour and a half or so you can set your alarm or tell somebody to wake you up an hour or two, then of course, you're a little bit more fresh, you can come in real handy, they can be focused, and then pray from that point until the morning until Friday. Right? You can do that. Because they're going to continue to pray anyways. But for us, of course, we pray the part of the first part where you're tired at night you got you have no other option. And that's why for us when we pray the one wintry

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prayer, and nighttime their last 10, we continue to pray again, while we do it, the last 10 days should be something that we should do the whole Ramadan,

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but at the beginning of the Ramadan, then give the people options. You want to come the beginning of the night by the end of the night? Wouldn't that be better?

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And that's what they used to do. If somebody wanted to come at the end of the night, they could come and so their demands are perfect. So the first that's why they call it what what do we will study that we have reserved. Whereas I mean, Eric likes to rest, right? To rest. Why? Because they used to rest between the, between the long rock ads, they will sit down with us for a little bit, and then they will continue again. So sometimes they will have breaks, they will pray and then we'll have breaks, then we'll continue to pray again. And those breaks.

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Were so that thoroughly prayer call.

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Prayer breaks, prayer breaks. Like these are prayer breaks, link breaks, prayers with breaks. In other words, prayers with rest to rest periods. That's what it is. And that's why they that's why we call it that. During the time of the Prophet sallallahu. Did they call it that?

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No, they call it Diem. Or Ramadan.

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pm Ramadan, that means the prayer nighttime Ramadan, the pm allele of Ramadan. Tonight the standing up and prayer.

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So what I'm trying to say is

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here the prophets of Allah is and prayed this outside Ramadan, of course, outside Ramadan, Allah knows best. But he's spending the time with him. And for other the ROTC. And he took me by my head physically. So if somebody does not somebody is doing something incorrectly in prayer, you can physically correct the actions. Let's say for example, if somebody is praying in the wrong direction, and whether you're in prayer or not, you go to them and you can you can just, you know, because of you turn to the light turn to the left, like it would be they don't know how far I turned to the right this way. How much how many angled? Hey, how much how long?

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25 degrees, 50 degrees 180 Like, you can talk to you. So you just turn them and put them in the right you know, right place you're facing the right way especially sometimes you have to have guests that come to your house. They don't really know what the direction the clip plays, and they think it's this direction and they're playing incorrectly. So when he took them by the hand, and they had no because he's a young boy at the front

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wasn't goes like this. He just grabbed me push pulls him over to the right side. So what does that mean? That means if you're two people, you pray you're to the right. So because he says

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fall calm and young Yemeni. So he stood me to my right. And there is no mentioning of him. What are some what are some people do if they're to be what they say behind them a little bit?

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The stronger opinion here is that you stay right to the right. You don't have to stay behind them. You have to stay behind them. People who say that he stayed behind that just thinking, Oh, he's the mommy's in front. So we should be enough. Here he says, And he stood me on his right. He didn't say stood me on his right. And pushed me to the back a little bit. So I was literally behind him to my right. No, he's right on his right. On his right side. So when someone when you have two people than the Imam, and then you have someone on your right, if you have another person come, right, this is where the scholars differ some of the like the Hanafis, or the opinion that he should stay on his

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left, the stronger opinion is that both of them should stay behind, based on what Hadith.

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What did we learn the previous Hadith? Remember, we had two people, the Messenger of Allah salaam led them in prayer. He was even they have three people, yes, but one was a woman. And so she was of course a line by line by herself. She played behind them behind the Youngs, the youngsters, the two youngsters. And so we have behind him the hadith of Anissa nomadic previously, we covered last time. So that's when you have two people, the Imam stays in the front, and the two people stay behind them. And if it's a woman, a woman prays behind the men also, even if it's in the house. So from that previous Hadith, two people behind that one person to the right, so that means one person to

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the right, and my friends to the left, or Allah knows best is not correct, the correct as both of them are behind the EMA. Okay, both of them are behind him. So that means if you're praying, and somebody comes to you, right, so I'm praying that you go to your right, and they come to your left, you should move them and tell them, or you can also sometimes you're unable to move them because of their position where they are. You can also if you're the one that can move, then you move because sometimes, sometimes you're sometimes somebody comes to your left, right. And you can't there's a wall and you can't move, you can't move there. So you move in a way there that you know, that gives

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them enough space, so that they can come. So sometimes the Imam needs to move to make room to make room for so he can be on the right side. Right? That means if you're on the right side, there's no space, you're next to the wall already. Because sometimes you come in and you're praying next to the wall, right? You're facing the Qibla nobody there facing the Qibla nobody there and he can stay there somebody can.

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What do you do? You can't move the walls block

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the walls back here.

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So what do you do here? Yeah, you move, you move to the left. So give him more room, then you pull them to the right, where he's on your right side. So all of this movement is permissible. Why? Because it's part of perfecting the prayers, part of correcting something that's in the third part of correcting something's in the prayer, or,

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or or alleviating a disturbance on alleviating a disturbance. What was the type of disturbance as long as those movements did not take you out of the Archon the rook and communing the

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obligatory actions and prayer. So like, for example, let's say, let's say you are praying right now, and Somebody's at the door knocking on the door, right? And you know, you know who it is, right? Because they're saying, you know who it is. But you're afraid that if you don't do anything, you know, open the door, they're gonna go. And this is something that is maybe it's very important, maybe or

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they know. So you say no, you're praying and so you can't do anything. So what do you do, you can open the door and let them in.

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And then you open the door. Not everyone can tell you, as long as you opening the door does not cause you to turn away from the Qibla or it does not cause you to stay away or go down to sitting down because sometimes there's some things that you need to correct that you need to sit down

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if you need to sit down and obligatory prayers that that's that's one of the mandatory actions in prayer if you're able to do so. So

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Anything that doesn't cause you to

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cause a deficiency in the obligatory actions and the prayer, those actions are permissible is to correct the prayer or to alleviate a disturbance in the prayer. So let's say for example, sometimes for us, it's also difficult for us, especially, especially in the winter right now, right? You come into the masjid, you have your thick, like, puffy jacket on. Right? And it's cold outside, you need that you come in. And you know how some of mashallah some of the, some of the brothers on the massages, come in it's toast, you have this on, after one broadcast, you can't even focus. Because it's so hot.

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It's hot, because it's already hot in the masjid. And you have this thick coat.

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And you're going to just the only thing, the whole plan, what are you going to be thinking about, you'll be itchy all kinds because it's so hot. And in this case, if it's going to help you to be focused, when you come to the masjid, and you're praying and you feel like it's too hot, I can't really focus in prayer because I can my body's like, because it's cold, it's really bothered me, and it's really hot. And you're able to take off your coat to help you to be more focused than it's permissible to do so. So you can take it off as long as it doesn't force you to sit down. And as long as you have a place for it, sometimes it's so crowded, you can't do it anyway. But if it's if

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you're able to, especially when you're, you're coming in sometimes late.

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Sometimes you have always, you know, I need to put my coat and if you want to, you just take it off or you put it in front of you

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if you're able to do that, and if you need to do that because some people you know, handle that they don't care if it's hot, they like it 100 Is the better bet and that's why the Mr. We all have problems, we have to put that thing because everyone's going to be changing. Somebody likes it hot, somebody likes a cold. And nobody's going to be able to agree.

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Because some people mashallah they, they like it. They like it cold, they don't care, and some people like it hot. And so here, it's why is it permissible for to do that? Is because it's the correct the prayer? Or if sometimes,

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sometimes taking off that coat in this case, of course, is permissible, but in some cases, it's mandatory.

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How can something like that be mandatory?

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How can take if we call it mandatory?

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What is it? It hasn't adjusted? Very good. If it hasn't adjusted Ma sha Allah, may Allah increase your knowledge? Because if it had, let's say, for example, you were you you picked up your child, right? And you know that he has, you're like, Oh, you see that he has, there's a leak the diaper leak, and he got on your coat. But it's time to go to the masjid. So you know, and we can't take off your coat because it's cold outside, you know, then what would they call you got the coat, and you are making the intention? Like, okay, when I get to the masjid, I'm going to take up the coat, I'm going to hang it up. Right? And then when you start when you get to the mercy you forget,

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you forget like oh Subhanallah and you're praying already, by this measures? This has an adjuster on me. I have to take it off. So in this case, you have to take it off. It's not meant it's not recommended or it's not, you know, just permissible. No, you have to. You have to take it off. Even if you're praying and they continue praying, but if you what have you prayed the whole almost a whole prayer?

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Right? Almost the whole prayer. You come in, and

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you're sitting there and find out the child likes three rock. And this is the fourth block. The whole time you pray you pray with them the Jassa

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do you have to repeat a prayer with Raka? You don't have to. Why? Because the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he saw the Jassa Oh, he didn't know he didn't know that there was an adjust on his shoes. And Julian came and told him and later, he took off his shoes and all the other companies took off their shoes also. Because they're like, Hey, he took off his shoes. Maybe there's a new for him or a new step in prayer that we have to take off our shoes. So I imagined the whole bust everyone's taking off their shoes. At the same time. Everyone says oh, it's taken off. They all start taking out this use. Right and so the purpose of the lesson turns around like this. Because

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everybody take it off their shoes. Remember they used to have the shoes they used to wear the leather, leather socks and everything so they are taking it off. They are taking it off. And so he said Mohammed commodifying the article. Why don't you take off your shoes. I

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are you I mean, you're not.

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These are like, you know, shoes or anything that you wear on your feet. So why are you taking them off? Because Oh, we saw you doing so we did it says no, I did it because the video came and told me that it was there was filmed on my shoes. That's why I did it. So the province of Alaska, he took off his shoes, but he prayed part of his prayer with those shoes on. And he did repeat them.

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And so that's why if it's if you are forgiven forgetfulness, and you're able to remember it, and correct it, before the prayer is over, whatever part of your prayer that you pray, it's still valid. So concerned about and the loss of handles best. So here,

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so, so you're able to take off, you're able to do stuff in your prayer is to perfect the prayer or to correct something that's inside the prayer. So this from this particular Hadith,

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we learn

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that also,

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you know, like, it's okay to, you know, to go to learn, and also to, you know, to spend the night, you know, at your aunt's house, or for the purpose of if it's if it's beneficial. And of course, Abdullah, Ambassador Dylan was very respectful. Right? It was very, very respectful. And he's no, of course, not going to, like, you know, every single time or anything like that. This is one of the times and, and we know that, you know, the kind of person that he was, of how much he advocates and who did you learn from, from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Most people don't realize don't see it, it's, it's the etiquettes, the respect that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had and

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taught the companions. And that's one of the first things that we have to learn when we seek knowledge, to learn the etiquettes of seeking knowledge, the etiquettes of seeking knowledge to and because we don't have that, just like nowadays, people, especially without the person or contacts that you have with the people you learn from. A lot of times, you only hear what they say, but you don't learn their advocates. And so you have people who have who think they have knowledge, but they don't know how to, they don't have the etiquettes they don't have the manners they think they know everything.

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They think they know everything. And so they don't have the etiquette and manners that are associated with seeking knowledge. Like the people before even though they have you have broad access and wide access. And you have you know, you have so many means and ways to learn the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala that, you

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you it's easy to sit down but it's there's a difference between listening to a YouTube video and actually coming to the masjid. Right coming to the master because you also get the benefit of the angels coming and the Rama they use envelop enveloped the area with wings and the mercy of Allah descends. And so that's why whatever you whenever you come, there's so much more blessing more Baraka than to just you know, I know humbler you're not able to make it you can you know, match it when it's streaming and so far, but it's not the same as coming because this is the house of Allah

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the blessing that that we actually don't even you know, we don't we might not see

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physically but in a spiritually you feel it and the benefit of it is so much much more, so much greater. And that's why we have the opportunity to go you should always call should always go and attend because you're more attentive because of your home and you're like listening on youtube video What are you doing YouTube? What do you do?

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Some people mashallah they have they like to play video games, otherwise lectures will save time

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to do that, like no, you can't do that.

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You can't you can't focus on two things at the same time. You just like that you don't only halfway. You want to seek knowledge to be serious and you have to go you have to go to the people knowledge and when you have and search and go and that's why the Companions go out and spend half the day Yeah, Allah. Why would you spend half the day

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in front of somebody's house?

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You might think Zina waste of time.

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Is it a waste of time? No, you think no. It's not a waste of time. Because every moment that you spend Allah is rewarding you for

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every moment and every step you take. It's not a waste of time and that's why people like Alima lukari. They will travel for weeks and months to seek a hadith. You might just want Hadith

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when it is

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They will spit back Suhana law but that idea is, do you think they'll forget that

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you spent so much effort looking at you don't forget, I remember, like Subhanallah

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I was when I was learning, when I would first went to the Islamic University of Medina. This was at the beginning of when I had computers and I was the first student that I know of that brought a computer to the dorm. In fact, I wrote a paper

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and I printed it out, and the teacher can take it from.

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So would you get this wrong?

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He's it because he's never seen it typed.

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No students ever returned, turn paper typed. Everyone just wrote with their hands.

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You know, the all students, they all roll with their hands. And he wouldn't one of my teachers wouldn't take it from me. And I have terrible handwriting. My handwriting is really bad.

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I actually improved. After that I actually made an effort to try to improve my handwriting before this. When my teacher rejected, I couldn't type anymore.

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I said I spent more time typing and writing because you know, it's harder to type when you're not used to typing Arabic. Right? And so he wouldn't accept it for me. I had to like, I can't turn in my handwriting is too ugly. So I have my one of my friends. So can you can you can you just write this up for me? Because I want it to look nice live at night. So lambda, Mashallah. He was he actually he did it for me. He wrote, when I typed up, I said, Man, I don't my time reading so terrible. I don't think I can. I'm gonna learn how to actually learn how to improve my handwriting after that. But he wouldn't accept it. And they, they didn't accept. They didn't accept. He didn't accept it, because

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he thought maybe I took it from somebody, like, Where'd you get this from?

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Like, and he in the Reddit? He thought, you know, like, it was like, Hey, this is an I actually got, you know, when after he typed it, I wrote it again. I got 100 on it. Right. And he was reading it, he thought he couldn't he didn't do it. He didn't like I wrote because I'm like one of those quiet students. Like, and that's why he actually he tested me in class.

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And he's okay.

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Because he didn't think I think I wrote it,

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you know, the paper that, you know, every single year we have, we have to write, write a paper and you know, a topic and so forth. But anyways,

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when,

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when I was doing when you're doing that, when you're doing that this was the beginning of the computers. And every single time those were Hadith, it took me a very long time to look into research, you have to go to the library.

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And then you have to read you have to look for the books. And by the time you find the Hadith that you're looking for, how many Hadith Have you read,

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sometimes hundreds of Hadith. And you're looking for a narrator,

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hundreds of narrators, you probably read about hundreds of other stuff. So you've learned so many other things that you didn't, you weren't even looking for.

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Right you're looking for. And then when you find yours, mashallah, like wow, feel so good. And then the, towards the end, they had these programs that you can just click, like, you know, search for Hadith, and the narrator, all of them would come. And I looked at it, I put it in.

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I spent three weeks collecting 1/3 of this, I spent three weeks

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and in three seconds, I'm able to get three times as much

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right? But whatever what I would have traded in for that is very easy to do, you got everything.

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But in the time that you did to search for just those few Hadith, you learn so much more.

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You learn so much more. And that's why I mean it's harder, but at the same time whatever you have is so much more valuable and you learn so many other things. So many other lessons and so sometimes you know that's why the companions or scholars before

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the Hadith was very very precious to them. The narrator's were very precious though they remembered because it was part of their life.

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Every that's why you say how did they memorize these these marriages so clearly and so well, because they loved it. They have the passion for it. Okay, so let me tell you something, okay. Sometimes you hear a name, a brother's name, the brother comes to you and me myself.

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terrible with names. So, for example, a brother comes up comes to you on Fridays over other, you know, how are you doing? And he introduces himself as

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somebody who was two weeks later you see him again.

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What's his name?

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Mahmoud

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toddy, you get ready. Two weeks later, you forgot. Right? Now, if that name was the name of a sister that you wanted to get married.

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But you heard about, okay, as your mother, or your, your your sisters are saying, Oh, you want to get married? Yeah. Well, you know, so and so. has a daughter, her name is Fatima. Right? Oh, and you're like, okay, they're trying to suggest your family, man, you're trying to work things out.

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If it doesn't work out, okay.

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He's later. 20 years later, you know, forget Fatima.

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Fatima.

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But two weeks you forgot? Why?

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Because it's important. If something is important to you don't forget.

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You don't forget. And so why why is that the case, though? How because our minds work like that. Because we have like file cabinets in our heads, you know, we file things based on if it's important or not, it was not important, you just put it here, just put it on the site like the trash bin, right? You know, the junk folder, the junk folder, it's gonna go automatically. But it was important, you don't put it there, you put it here. Right. And that's where you and the dean, the Hadith for Quran, the verses to a true believer, to those scholars, to the soul of the people before the companions. To them, all of that was their life.

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Every narrator of a hadith is more important than

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prayer. So that's why they're able to memorize and remember everything, all these names. 20 years later, they can still because they remember going to the chef, and the chef saying that he heard from so and so and so and so and so and so and so. They spent so much effort doing it. They remember everything. They don't forget in the wording of the Hadith so precise, and the names of the narrator to say well how to how to Imam Buhari? How did the likes of Abu Huraira and how did the likes of Imam Muslim elected me the hero Muhammad. These people did Imam Malik for example, Mr. Machete, they didn't just read they memorize everything.

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Because everything was important. The dean was important.

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And then so that's why they remembered and Abdullah Vasco de la and he spends a whole half today.

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Is he going to forget the answer?

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He's not gonna forget his bed. Sitting down. He's not gonna forget. He's not gonna forget. Because he knows that this is the Dean it's the most important thing. And it's life. And we asked Allah subhanaw taala to bless us and give us the best of this Alinea. Anyone have any questions? Yes.

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Do

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you have to go to the heat or

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some of the scars I mentioned is like, if somebody prays what that will do. And they remember it, their Prayer is not valid. So if you pray the whole prayer, you know, the whole prayer, some of the scars I mentioned, if you don't, so there's a difference of opinion on them. But if you remember it, and remember it parts of it, that means you did pray correctly, and those prayers and so inshallah you don't have to repeat them. But if you did the whole thing, most scholars have their opinion that it's something that is recommended they repeat the prayer if you don't, because, you know, because you went through the whole thing because there are some things that you can make up. But if you did

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the whole time you didn't pray, you know, like, because one of the conditions is what is the clean place, clean body and of course, clean clothes, your body you close the place you have to be clean. So and if you pray on the place, it's not clean, you can move in and you can continue to pray. Right but if you pray, let's say in a play and you know that's not then you still continue to do so. Then that's not valid because you're not fulfilling when the conditions of the prayer. And so but if you can correct it, then then inshallah but after the prayer already, you are unable to correct it. If then you're unable to correct it and repeat the prayer.

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You prayed in the middle you can go

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We have to do you have to stop? Yeah. Yeah. Because you can't make will do in prayer. Yeah. Well,

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yes, you have to repeat your prayer because you didn't you pray with that will do.

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Because you, you're not allowed to pray with that. And so if you prayed with the Jassa, it's the same thing.

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But only parts, you know, because because, because you because the difference between having will do is and just having something to adjust, then the JSON is that you can correct that right there. If you don't have wudu, you can correct it right there. It can correct your prayer.

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Right there is making Moodle will take you away from all these conditions. Yes. Let's see, let's see an example you are playing, keep K p on

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use of the player.

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If let's say you are holding the child, and so depends if it's if it's on the outer garment, and you can take it out, and you don't and it doesn't force you to show you our and then you can continue prayer. Let's say for your you know, sometimes this person for the whole of the child that you're holding a child and the child urinates. But then you have a coat on, right. And so just a little bit, and then you could able to take the coat, put the tablet side, move a little bit and continue to prayer. Right. But if he, if it gets so dirty, that you can't take off, if you take off your shirt, then or you take off your pants, you can say outright, That's madness, man mandatory. So in

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this case, you have to stop, clean yourself, and then make your you know, start praying over again.

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Because you're unable to correct it.

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If you for example, you know,

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you

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That's just you continue. Yeah, the thing is, it depends, you know, if you're, if you make cod percussion and

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you're not just you continue. Yeah, the thing is, it depends, you know, if you're, if you make cod percussion, and you took all the steps to try to make sure. And then you're and then sometimes it's just Westwater. But if you try to if you don't if you're like negligent, some people are like, ah, you know, I don't know what you know, I don't care. There's a difference. I don't know, and I don't care. But there are people I don't know, but I tried my best to keep it off, then you just pray. But the default is that it's not notice that you're clean, unless proven otherwise. But if you're negligent, then that's a different matter, then your negligence because you don't care and that's

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why that's a major sin to be negligent. And when you're using the bathroom.

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linings.

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For example of harm if you do like, for example, if your mom or sister or daughter rely on you like some side by side or always the woman behind like we live in that remember the woman that was by herself on payment, she prayed behind the Prophet sallallahu Sallam behind the the two youngsters. So she formed a line by herself. And she didn't form with the kids. And she wasn't with the prophets of Allah even though she was

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she was the only

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the only person only woman there only adopt the end of course, but at the same time, when she

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she, I am and I wanted the purpose of invite her visit us to visit

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is our motto. Awesome?

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Do you remember a moment?

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And this is

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she was she used to breastfeed the Messenger of Allah Eliza.

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So that's why it gets, you know, he used to go visit her. And if she wasn't, she was older also, but at the same time, they were all the he was That was his, you know, she she used to breastfeed.

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The Messenger of Allah says Allah Allah has also. So if a woman prays even with your wife, even with your daughter, they form a different line. If they're together, then they form lines together with a woman and if you have the men or your sons, your son is before you was just one son. That needs to be right. If it's two than then then you have three lines you and then two other lines behind