Abu Eesa Niamatullah – Missed Prayers

Abu Eesa Niamatullah
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Okay Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa

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wa Salatu was so damn awful I showed up with NBA wildwater settings. He's in a Mohamed war on it. He was happy he made a lot of money I said

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what and it hasn't been either shitness Allah, Allah Ra nalidixic overshoe clicker is not curable. Kareem salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah he wabarakatuh.

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Yep, Hello, everybody. So today's LP in Shanghai is going to be of two parts. The first part, I just want to share a few words about Junaid Jamshed Allah rackmountable, la

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NYC. And what happened and a few thoughts connected to him that came to my mind, especially over the day and so on. And then today is the session Continuing from last week. But we obviously start at the beginning. And that is this this famous issue? And I would consider it to be I mean, it's up there probably is the most common question that I am asked in. And wherever I go wherever I am,

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in every single format, and that is, what do I do about the prayers that I missed when I was younger? Or when I was not practicing? Or when? And they have, you know, variations of that question. So we're going to look at that, because it's a very famous issue, but it's also very, I don't say controversial, but I mean, actually, it is controversial because there are two opinions. One is a very dominant one and the other one is not a dominant one. And whenever you are pushing an opinion, which goes against the dominant majority, then by nature, I guess it becomes controversial.

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And there's a lot of detail and I'd like to take it from an academic point of view, we look at evidences and inshallah, I think it is worth studying it properly. I mean, the straightforward answers Easy enough are what my position is, but that's not what we're here for. We're here to look at it in detail. So let's start off with the issue of Junaid Jamshed

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is a tragic day. I mean, to be honest, every day, the Muslims are hit with bad news.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala tested believers all around the world, and everyone has different tests.

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And the number of deaths of Muslims around the world, frankly,

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amazing compared to normative deaths in football for natural reasons. And when I say I'm talking murdered either in war or because people's corruption has led to certain conditions, oppression, famine,

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people's greed, and people's ignorance and extremism has led to conflict, and then and so on and so forth. So we're already having enough bad news as it is. And then we have something like that. The crash of Flight 611 from Tucson to Islamabad, in which 48 pupae thought it was 47 but it's been apparently confirmed there was an extra number 48 people were killed, and insha Allah, all of them Shahada, insha, Allah, all of them are martyrs.

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When something like this happens, and there is something unique, then questions are always asked people express them. And that's fair enough. And I want you to deal with some of these points immediately. So that we don't, we don't embarrass ourselves with thoughts that are unbecoming. And we also don't feel guilty for having other thoughts which are becoming, and because there's a lot of confusion when things like this happen. And you can see it in the way of the way that the people are talking about it. So for example, there were more than that there are more than 48 people that were killed today in at least three or four Muslim countries of the world. Okay. Why did we focus on

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One. And when you saw people speaking about the air crash, frankly, there's 4847 people. And there's only one name that's being mentioned. And you can see every single person who's talking about it, they hastily add in brackets or at the end, a disclaimer What to say? And there are other people who died as well. And may Allah have mercy upon them all. And they feel obliged to say that statement. And what's sad is that it may be not something which is coming from them naturally. And if it came from naturally, then Fair enough, but they feel obliged to say in order to be politically correct, and to make sure they say face. And I just thought to myself that what what is good to remind

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ourselves is that in these issues is to look what the Sharia says, What does Islam say about the matter? And not? What does public public popular opinion? What is it that our Deen teaches us? What should we really be embarrassed about what we shouldn't be? First of all, there is absolutely nothing wrong in people focusing on and I'm making a headline out of something like a plane crash, even though there could be a million people who die every day. But the norm is not a plane crash. And so when people, for example, get eaten by a shark, that's not the normative way to die, when someone has another extraordinary death, or when there's a major crash on accident, the nature of

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the word itself, accident, indicates it is something which doesn't happen all the time. So therefore, it's quite normal. And one should not feel guilty in, in making an issue out of a story like that, in deference to others. Right? This is something which people have have given different phrases to a shame bomb, shame grenade, trying to embarrass the person where you know, for example, something might happen to a story that you relate to or an accident, that is something incredible or amazing. And you talk about that. But you didn't mention, for example, Iraq yesterday, or Aleppo today, or Burma the day before, or my Mr. And so on. And therefore, why are you only talking about

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this, and this shame grenade is pathetic, and it's completely illegitimate. And there is nothing that is obligatory in our Sheree are to write or post or email or WhatsApp, or Snapchat, actually, about any of these events at any time, and whoever you show

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sadness over and whoever you grieve over and whoever you ask a lot has been sent mercy upon. It is that act in of itself, which is judged, and it's not the lack of you saying, and for other people, that's not judged. And Allah is the one who knows the hearts and it is from the absolute pits of embarrassment and ignorance, to criticize people for not mentioning others when you mentioned someone, and if anyone does something where they speak, speak something good. And that's what Allah Subhana Allah commanded the people. That's what the promise of lies lm commanded the people as well to speak good. And you don't have to speak every single piece of good and speak about every single

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possible thing. Yes, as a principle, it'd be nice if everyone tries to approach the Muslim homeless problems on a level, but we do not feel guilty. And I'm not talking about myself here. Because I'll tell you straight I have no guilt about anything whatsoever. That's my one of my main problems, that I don't care about what people say at all. But I saw some people being attacked for this. And that irritated me and those who are not used to getting attacked about these matters that you didn't say anything about politics whatsoever. You didn't mention anything about Muslims dying ever. Suddenly, you mentioned this, and then rah rah rah rah rah. So I want you to know that there is nothing in our

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Deen whatsoever that says that needs to be expressed. Actually, what the prophets Eliza Lim said is that pain should be felt and pain is not an expression, pain is a reality. And a pain is something which happens inside because when the province Eliza Lim said that the body the oma is like the body where one part hurts the other part hurts his head, he says not to be taken literally. Because you know what, when someone dies, my hand doesn't hurt. When someone dies, my brain doesn't hurt. If I get upset, My heart hurts, and anything that happens as a result of me being crying or being really upset, and I get depressed, and I get a headache as a result of that, that's a result of my emotion,

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not as a result of taking it literally that it needs to be some kind of pain. So I want you to know that the the empathy that is obligated by Allah subhanaw taala by the promise of life and limb is something internal and it's spiritual. It's not something practical action because of that pain is something different. Okay, and that's not what's being judged. So I want you to know that never should you feel embarrassed or feel made me feel Ghanian, strange or whatever ashamed for making a big thing out of a story.

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Secondly, when you have a story of a group of people who die and then one person is then focused upon, okay, people take that the wrong way as well. Like what happened today, Junaid Jamshed Do you know that there was 47 other people who passed away another ignorant ignorant statement. We do know that 47 other people passed away. We are not obliged to talk about other 47 other people. If someone does, he will get the reward. The professor Lyceum said that whoever makes the offer or some other other people in the absence it will be accepted and the alpha person it's

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himself will be accepted. So we should not be judged by judging, we should not be attacking a person for not making up for every single person that they are unable to relate to. Not being able to relate to someone or not feeling a stronger emotional contact. A relationship with someone is not Muslim is not blameworthy. And Nabi sallallahu wasallam, he had many of the companions who passed away and

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the majority of them we don't know, Yanni we know their names, but only because of historical realities, not because the purpose of Lysa Lim he either cried over them or whether he made a mention specifically of their name, and so on and so forth. The progress of myself and when he was grieving over Hamza in a in a grief, which is unmatched actually, when it comes to the male companions. Okay. unmatched. And what does that mean that the the grief over the other companions is now less he cares less about the other companions, as you care less about the other of the unsalted Mahajan, ridiculous statement. And family members are going to be feel closer to a family. And you

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know what Muslims feel closer to people that they love. And I want you to think about this. It's not playing with it to be loved. And that leads to a third point. You know, there's a lot of kind of criticism against you know, and there are some concerns to be made, but the entire industry of celebrity preachers and scholars and that they're that Muslim versions of pop stars and all this and that whatever.

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I want to say to you, that, you know, what, I've never seen a major problem with that, you know, if they can replace all of the nonsense and the filth that we see, and the people that people use as role models and I'm absolutely have no problem that whatsoever. And guess what? Allah subhanho wa Taala and had it Quincy, he said, I love so and so. And narrated by bajada Muslim and gibril Allah is Salaam is the one who is listening and then he went and told the people of the heavens and so the people of the heavens announced that we also loved so and so and therefore COBOL is written then in the earth as the process and themselves, meaning that person becomes accepted amongst the people. It

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becomes loved by the people, that happens not to everyone and Junaid Jamshed was one of those people. And so our love for him because of his story because of what he did because of how much joy he brought to people. He was a normal person he was he was the one the special. He was no major scholar. He was a person who had a past and he enjoyed it and he benefited from it. And he had a new life now and he enjoyed and he benefited from it. But he was a Muslim who bought other Muslims joy, and he brought guidance and Allah subhanaw taala used him as a conduit to give doubt he was a member of geomatics I believe the world's biggest, most, most biggest and most effective, our movement that

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brings millions upon millions of people to Allah subhanho wa Taala and to the prayer and to good deeds and something in that room when touched his heart. And through it he touched the lives of millions of people. And we are sad because we lost a slave Wallace Pousada and I was listening to a very, very emotional

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molana Tariq Jamil today and he was very upset and he was you know, recounting you know things about him. He said a few things power law, which was spot on, spot on. He said, You know, there are millions of people who pray and millions of people who fast and millions of people go to Hajj and there are millions of Muslims who are practicing but there are very few people who have good luck. And the one thing that we will remember about Junaid Jamshed is his good Hulk, his good character, just a super nice guy. Okay. And I didn't mean to meet him many times, but one of the times I did meet him, and it was and I want to share this with you, too, you know, lighten the mood slightly. It

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was in dubai airport, there was in dubai airport. And I was waiting for my flight home. And I see him in the duty free perfume section. And so, you know, I was there trying to find a certain route. And then I come across him and he's in the same section. And so I tapped him on the shoulder and you know, recognize each other and then gifts lambda and this and that whatever was happening goes, Yeah, I'm waiting for my flight as well. And I said, Okay, and then

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I when I was there, he I said, Okay, I just need to have my Time's running out, I need to find this perfume. And so he goes, so he so I said, I'll come back with you in a minute. So he turned this one, I turned that way. And then there's someone who tapped me on the shoulder was just some other brother, who was a tablet who was traveling, and he said, Are you aboard? Isa? I said, that depends on who's asking. Right? Because, you know, the brother on Facebook teaches this that whatever I said, he is me. And so he goes on, I'm so happy to meet you, whatever. Do you mind if I take a picture? Okay.

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Now to say something. I absolutely detest the eye. It's very difficult to say to people like that, you know, and I find it very difficult to say in front of lots of Muslims because it's very it's rude, isn't it? Yeah. But for persons alone. I have no problem whatsoever. Yeah. And you telling a person straight? Yeah. And I said to the brother straight. I said, I'll be honest with you, bro. That's not my kind of scene. And you know if you insist that we will

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But can your have your brother yeah and you know you're on a level strip man, you know minor, the minor lionni it's lame, this baby and I'm saying so so he was like Look, he was like kind of depressed and he will get depressed Okay, so I said but you know who really likes taking pictures?

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I said this guy here and you're standing with backhand like that. And he goes, who's he? I go that's chinny chin chin. He goes, did you need to shin and he said it loud like in happiness and so he turns around Yeah. And I said, here's the guy I'd go take the picture he starts pulling his camera you know Jim she looking at me like was like you know, angry looking at it. Little sly grin me I just like the off Yeah, and then and it's dumped onto my flight. You know?

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Everyone will have their own stories. And of course at this time you kind of think that no one's ever done any wrong but I just want to say that genuinely, this is a brother who unless parents or Allah had given a test he had fame and wealth a young age and

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in the in the in the in the lesson today. He mentioned something specifically he said that when I was with Hodge with him just now we came to as easier as easier is a suburb of Mecca in the majority of hedge packages or the normal hedge markets unless you're in like an eight 910 grand crazy one. But the normal hedge packages what happens is that you will go to Mecca and then for the days of hedge, you will move to the suburb is cheaper upon the hedge operator and you are closer to the midline it helps out in ways and I personally prefer and the majority of people do that and you will generally have a building and he goes that when I was walking with Junaid Jamshed we came towards

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our building and on the top of the building, it had a huge banner and I said jj

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paxi jj is funny that he read when he says that he goes or puts a JJ there like this. So he goes that. And he said to him, see look at that. And and

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jamshedji said to him, he said, You know what's amazing is that my whole life, I had this JJ on clubs and pubs on the building, right clubs and pubs. And I never ever, ever, ever could have imagined that one day that this would happen in the most purest and the blessing of lands. I started crying. And he was a it was a special man. It was a special one unless it turns out and chose him for his work. And I just think that it is incorrect for people to

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slide that word or to throw shade at the fact that people are focusing on him. We pray with our own Ilona and in our hearts, that Allah, Allah accepts the entirety of the people who passed away. All of them are Shahada, we ask Allah Subhana Allah to give genital photos to every single member, we ask Allah to give ease to all of the families and the Friends of the families of those victims that have passed away. Junaid Jamshed frankly,

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compared to many other people relatively well of what off, people will be looking after him, and so on and so forth. Our love for him is not because of his personal circumstance or lack of personal circumstance. And our lack of mentioning of other people is not because of their greatest circumstance or less actually, they are more in need of others, frankly, when it comes to, you know, if you're going to make it into a equation, but life is not an equation. That's the key thing, okay? There's something which is called love Allah subhanaw taala writes that love in the hearts of the believers, and this person was a believer, and we are the witnesses of Allah, Allah on his earth.

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And I just want to mention one other thing. There are some people that are bringing up a point that happened earlier this year. And he has been accused by a sect of of Muslims, who have took a lesson of his completely out of context I'm going to share with you and at that time, people will remember that I wrote on Facebook a clear refutation of what they did. And I was very

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forceful in defending your natural state and I was actually very disappointed with him. And I got that message to him, that he apologized to the people because he was forced into making an apology what happened, he was talking he was giving a lesson and give an example about Ashura de la Anna and he was talking about the nature of women and the nature of when love unnatural jealousy. And he was talking about Ayesha and he used language which was an irrelevant to the audience, that you know, she was someone who was very jealous about the promise of lies ahead of them, and very much in love and you know, that she used it used to hurt her that you know, when others would, when he would show

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affection to others and so on and so forth. And I want to say to you, like I said, That's absolutely correct. There is nothing wrong in that whatsoever. That's part that's not an attack on the companions. It will elevate

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Let's not an attack on it should not be allowed on her. Jealousy is a natural, the love of the hearts is a natural tendency and feeling. And what's impermissible is not for someone to, like, inferior, we know that it's not not permissible for us to favor one over the other and allow that to be expressed. And for you to then make someone suffer, and another one then benefit from it. When you have been commanded to be equal to people, it's not allowed for you to show that, but it's allowed for you in your heart to still love one more than the other, you might have a child you love one more than other, if you're married to multiple wives, then you might live a wife more than the

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other, and so on and so forth. We are not held accountable for the extreme love and affection and feelings in our heart. And I should not be allowed on her she was from the most Yani of jealous quote unquote. And I have to use this because people just can't use their own abilities to understand what I mean when I say jealous. She was madly in love with the prophets, Eliza lm madly in love does not mean that she's mad. Mad in Love is an adjective, which, which only emphasizes the word love. And as he was trying to explain this, he used these adjectives and banned the sector always against him, they, they, they jumped on him. And because they're very powerful in Pakistan,

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they push there for him then to make a video, and they accused him of being stuck or sued and abuse of the province of lightsail them and attacking the Russia and under that, and it was ridiculous. And I was very angry actually, at that time, that people who are around him also instead of you know, just because of political correctness, they didn't take the side of the SEC, but they encouraged him to repent and so on. There was nothing for him to repent from. He shouldn't have, but he was just too nice. And he didn't want to upset people and he went to listen to his elders, and as they his characteristics and it was always like that always listening to his scholars, the people

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around him, he never needs to go, you know, do things by himself. He was a very much a team man. And you got to respect and love him for that. And I just want to say people who bring that up, they've got it wrong, and people bring it up at a time where Allah subhanaw taala has taken a person as a Shaheed in sha Allah, then that's directly in contradiction of the proposal lies in the statement of not speaking ill of the dead, okay, so, I hope that that is something which people can reflect on when we see this. The obvious lesson I don't need to emphasize the reality is is that Junaid Jamshed very very busy brother so much Yanni down, he was meant to be coming here to an event in Cheadle. He

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was meant to be coming here to an event in April that I was organizing or help organize as well. And Allah Subhana Allah takes the people when he wishes and it's a reminder for everyone that life really is just, you know, such a deception. At any of us when we're building our castles and building our fortresses and living our dreams. Don't forget that around the corner, and it knocks at any moment is the destroyer of those dreams. And that any single person here if they don't see how Allah subhanho wa Taala gives a reminder to people in the most

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big both ways. We need to build for the Acura. This is what he would be saying. This is what the people around him that he took from our saying, and that's why I say to you to all of us, ask Allah subhanaw taala to forgive all of his mistakes and to enter him into paradise, his family, every single member who passed away and of course, without doubt, and not because it's politically correct, but all of the believers that are struggling and are suffering and oppression and lose their life. Allah subhanaw taala has written for them and escaped from discuss it. dounia It is my honor, it genuinely is is a cursed life, and whoever precedes us has bettered us and we insha Allah,

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Allah hipbone, as a professor Lyceum would say when he passed the Muslims who are buried in the graveyards, we're going to be joining you soon. So Allah Subhana Allah knows best.

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That's what I wanted to say really on genetic shed. Now we have a

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an important issue. Okay, this is one of the most important, as I said, most common questions that we have with respect to fic. And it's something which affects everyone. You see, it affects everyone because one of the problems as living in our cultures, whether Western culture, Eastern culture is that we don't live in Islamic culture. And so you know, when it comes to Islamic worship, we have this idea that you don't worship when you're young and you worship when you're grown up. Okay? And when you're grown up, according to culture is 17 1816, maybe even older, maybe a little bit younger, but we don't have it any as our minds are not wired to how Allah subhanaw taala wants it and is

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connected to puberty. Okay, our legal age for when worship must be given. And when it is taken by Allah Subhana Allah and accepted, then it's linked to puberty. And puberty is a very wide ranging Jani moment. It could be from a female's early, it could be from 910 11 even and then from

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it can be as late as 15. But you're looking at that 12 1314

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15 that's when it really happens. Okay? Now, if we have our Islamic hats on, and we're thinking straight, they will see that for the prayer, for example, we start getting into the groove at seven, and we start getting, we start getting disciplined if we don't pray at the age of 10, right at the age of 10, we are disciplined, even though it's not legally required. And that's it for the purpose of licensure. And the reason for that is because so that when the age of legality starts, we're not going to miss anything, we're not at risk of anything, I'm bandwidth straight into the game. And so what we have then are our millions, maybe even 10s of millions of people who did not pray when they

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became post pubescent when they became ballet, when they became mature, the age of 14 1516. There are two categories that we need to put those people in, there are three categories of people, those who prays immediately, this is not a discussion for them, and Hamdulillah, Allah bless them. And that's the way they should be. And that's not something that we should now make this mistake with our children, they should all be on it before they become post people become a value added once their value, they should be into the game. Not new as newcomers. But people who have already worked out what to do. And now because developing the mental side and the spiritual side. Yeah, you know,

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I'm saying, and so the people who didn't pray fall into two categories. The first category are those people who genuinely it didn't occur to them. Neither their parents parents, not very practicing day not really any practicing prayer. Yes, it's very well known in the deen by necessity, but it's not something that came to mind. Okay, they missed the clear obligation, they knew it. But it wasn't something which was obvious to them, they're not thinking about it. The second category are those that were aware of it know that they had to pray, we're thinking about the prayer and intention, you don't pray. And these are the people who we might call not practicing. I don't like the fact that

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the first group yonny are called non practicing, even though technically they are if they don't pray, because if you don't pray, you're out of the game. I mean, you're as close to Cofer as possible. Okay. And so if you're not praying, okay, then that's a major issue. But there are attitudes that are prayer that differ. So for example, when we're talking from an athlete point of view, there are even more categories. For example, if there's a person who say that I don't even believe that prayer is obligatory upon me, I'm not going to pray, and neither am I going to pray. And neither do I need to pray because of blahdy, blahdy, blahdy, blah, this person's cafard,

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immediately, whatever he is, he straight out, and if he's 15, or whether he's 50, he's out of the religion, bam, he's just become and lost everything. But then there are other the other two lesser categories is the one who believes in obligation, we've covered this, of course, and you can see the lessons from the end of last year, he believes in obligation, but he becomes lazy towards it, and so on, so forth, and as the majority and then you've got this, as I said, this group of people who probably know about the prayer, maybe they don't, but they probably do, but it's not on their minds that they're not actively trying to avoid it. I want to deal with this group first. With this group,

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even Samia made an important statement. And it is generally a position of agreement amongst the scholars. And that is that when a person is not aware of an obligation that it is likely didn't exist, it does not then need to be considered. And we gave we gave examples of this in last week's lesson for those who want to see examples of this. And just very quickly, we talked about the companion who was fasting at completely the wrong times. If you remember, he was starting his fast when he could see the string that was tied to his toe, right? Because he thought that the thread of the dawn that becomes clear and suited Bukhara was referring to an actual thread, which meant that

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he was starting fasting, like somewhere near sunrise, when in actual fact, he needed to have stopped me eating only an hour and a half hour before that. Okay? The promise I sent him when he was surprised when he was actually doing gardening. He said, No, no, the thread of the dawn is the whiteness from the blackness of the Twilight. Yeah, I mean, when when the dawn breaks, he did not come on him to repeat the prayer, the man who came to the province licen them and we'll see if he saw it, as we call him, the one who was unable to pray also, that he prayed in front of him, but he was praying incorrectly, the province of licensed and corrected him, okay. And he made sure that he

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kept going back. And he made sure that he kept repeating the action until he got it right. Once he got it right, then it was no, there was no further command for him then to go back and correct all the prayers that he had done, yeah, and incorrectly, because he must have done hundreds who knows how many prayers he did. He was not told to go back and do it. And this is the case for all obligations. We spoke about that in detail. Our issue today is the chapter of the one who intentionally misses the prep, who knows about the prayer knows that it's obligatory, has a very clear understanding that it has to be prayed on time, and then intentionally does not pray in his

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right time. That is the person that we are focusing on today. And we mentioned last week at the end again, it'd be good for you to revise last week

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that the issue of a person forgetting the prayer or he slept and he woke up because these are two distinct categories. Okay? This in the famous Hadith where the prophets of lies and he said that a person

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was the Hadith that was

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In a person's name and Salatin on a car phone, you suddenly have either the Corolla, that the person who falls asleep at a prayer time or waiting for prayer or before the prayer and he was asleep, then he wakes up and he missed the point completely out nesea or he just forgot to pray. And then he then you know, then he remembers it that lets him pray when he remembers it. Okay. So this hadith is very, very clear that a person who intentionally wants to pray and this is the key and he then misses that prayer for something which is out of control because when you fall asleep, okay, is your body has overcome, you know, when you forget that Allah, Allah has told us that we made that die in

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the Quran, Allah don't only take us to account for that which we have forgotten. Okay. And Allah subhanaw taala said I want and so therefore, we are not the only accounted for that. So when you do remember that you missed the prayer, then you have to pray when you do wake up, then you need to pray. The scanners, okay, the phone emails and the mass majority of scholars, okay. In fact, let me say every scholar alive has agreed with this principle. But then, that the small group of scholars then rebelled against the massive majority, because the massive majority continued and said, not only do the people with the legal excuse need to make up the prayer, but those without a legal

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excuse also need to make up the prayer. Is that clear? They said that Earth Ron oberhauser if you have an excuse, or you don't have an excuse, you have to make up the prayer regardless of whatever happens. And they mentioned that the province of lifestyle when she when he was approached by the woman who said that my mother, she had to give the Hajj and she had to do the Hajj, but she wasn't able to do it. And can I do it on what should I do? shadow on her behalf and the province of Lyceum said that that's a Dane a debt on her and the debts of Allah subhanaw taala is mostly only demanding to be paid or the most Gani, righteous or rightful, of being paid first. So you should do Hajj on

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her behalf. And you better as we said, so therefore, they continue to use this hadith and other headings. And this one, they said there is no difference whatsoever, in actual fact, and I'm going to give you some of the other evidence, the purpose of life and limb when he said that

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if a person he is able to catch a single prayer, because what you're going to see, okay, let me just give you like a little bit of a, you know, we'll go out into the future and say that the other side, they're going to say that once you have missed that prayer intention, the meaning is outside of its time, it cannot be made up because unless the parents are either specifically as well for the prayer, unless parents address it in a slot that candidates Alamo minima keytab n mo Buta that the prayer upon the believers has been set as prescribed at set times obligated at set times. Therefore, if a person does the outside of that time, that is invalid, it can't be done. And now we'll talk

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about the attitude to the one who does that. The original scholars, the four Imams, okay, the majority of all of the scholars after their followers everything the Medina, what did they say? They said the purpose of lies in them. He commanded a person to continue to pray the answer prayer, even if he only gets one Raka in time. So he does three Raka afterwards, doesn't he? Yes, number one. The second point would be that if a person was trying to get us a friend and he missed it, okay, meaning that he imagined that he

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didn't make beer in time or one more time in time before the moment of time entered. Does that person does not know perhaps, if at all? He does, but he'll pray now in market every time. The definition is that he didn't catch it in a certain time. So this is another evidence for them. And also on the day of hand up, when the purpose of licensing was impactful, the purpose of licensed and prayed the day's prayers. This is the reputation of the idea that it's possible to prayer time outside of its time because we just said Allah has commanded deprez to only be offered in this set times. They said what about what the prophet SAW sent him did, which was that he prayed these

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prayers are only in the nighttime. So the daytime prayers are completely missed in the daytime. And they were prayed very, very late at night because of the the battle itself. And also another headache, the headache of money. karela very famous had these again, were the problems of life and he told his companions that you're going to now go to bungee cord and I don't want you to pray until you get that I do not want you to pray Arthur until you get that. So these companions they set off, but then they realized that you know what? There's an issue here we might not get there in time. Okay. And so they different they basically split split into two groups. And the first group they

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basically said, Well, you know, what, the purpose of life and limb he will he said that it for a specific reason. It's now the time he didn't mean Jani that we should miss the presenters. Also they preyed on the way there were dragons. I said, No, we're going to take the hassle of literally and he said that we got to

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Pray when we get there, regardless, you know whether we do it late or not. And, and a number of them, therefore they prayed us, and when they got there, and it was gone, so they pray the amount of time, so it was late. And the key thing here is that when the promise of lies, and I met up with them, he didn't criticize either of the two parties both did and acceptable action. So this is the next piece of evidence. Also, another heading is the promise of lies. That's another generation where the promise of lies and he said in a Hadith, there will be often we see what about the O'Meara, you know, salah and McCarthy? Ha,

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there will come a time after me, where you will have leaders that will delay the prayer from its time. And the party Ha. Okay. The companion said, Rasulullah avanos, ali hamara. Home. So what do we do? Do we still pray that prayer with them Yana? Meaning that if it's passed off, it's time that we should pray by ourselves? Or should we pray with them? And the professor I sent him said, Now, can you pray with them? Okay. And so they basically, the scholars, they, they said that this had these basically shows, and it proves that these people they prayed, they will pray the prayer outside of his time. And you're saying it's not possible for the prayer to be offered Danny in in such a

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And I will say in response to this last Hadees first, and this is what the scholars

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some of the scholars replied with. They said, number one, this hadith at the end, it does not mean that the scholars will pray the prayer outside of its time, meaning that it will be guiding in the next press time, because that would not be possible. If a person was saying to you that you're going to pray us in Muslim time, then you would not listen to him, because that would be haram to listen to him. And you would then pray your answer before. Actually, what they're referring to what the Hadith refers to is people not praying the prayer in his right time, meaning his earlier time or meaning within Yani de mcru time, and so on and so forth. And so if they're pushing it back further

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and further, we said that it is not getting, you know, even though scholars, they disagreed about whether prayer should be prayed early, or mid or late. And we've spoken about that in detail. Okay. None of the scholars said that you pray any of the prayers in the last half hour, right of a prayer time. None of the scholars know, like the hidden fees are the ones that have that delay the most prayers intentionally, okay, for legitimate shadowy reasons, based upon evidence, none of the penalties, none of the early emails of the early emails, and known the early emails, or the later emails from the math have ever said that that corresponds to the last 45 minutes of a prayer time,

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or half an hour of a prayer time. And so therefore, the interpretation of this Hadith, and it, of course, is a judgment call, because they will respond or they'll say, what's your evidence that you're saying that it means from an excellent time to a late time? Right, it's a judgment call from us as initially heard, it's our interpretation of the headies. Our evidence is because it will be impossible for the progress of Life Center to tell us to intentionally do something which is rejected. It's not possible for a person to pray, yani outside of its time, it's not possible to pray Arthur in mcrypt time Well, anyway, anyone says, what, for whatever reason, and then the three

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or four incidents that I mentioned about labor and about ourselves, and about so and so forth. What's important to remember here is that in every single incident, either a person has an excuse, or they are intentionally wanting to pray. So the one with the person who is praying answer in the last moment, and then he has, then he prays the rest of the answer prayer and Margaret, he intends he intended to pray the answer, he was hoping to get the answer earlier, he was trying to make that prayer. And therefore he gets to make up the rest of that prayer, and the one who will then miss it completely. And he praised it in Madrid, likewise, the same, likewise, a person who was fighting all

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day, or he's in operation, like I mentioned all day, or he is the hiney in some real difficult situations and extreme scenario in an accident or whatever, and he can't get to the prayer and he can't get back to Google, or whatever whatnot, it is permissible for him and he has to pray those prayers were in agreement actually with them, that if a person is trying to make the prayer up, and for some reason has an excuse, that pushed them out there, that that person does indeed have to make the prayer, just like the one who slept just like the one who forgot they're all in the same category. That is our response. Our who is our the most famous names that I should use for this are

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even has an ln the Lucy, the Imam of the VA, he must have done it himself the founder of the literalist method, even taymiyah himself, remember show Kenny, and then from the modern day scholars, shall I say mean is probably the most prominent and he is of those that consider that this is that a person who does not pray the prayer within his right time that it is rejected from him. It is rejected from him and he is not even allowed to make the

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And even if you try to do the prayer, it wouldn't even be accepted from him. That is how hardcore they go on this position. So that's why now, if you've been following him so far, because we're doing it, according to the evidences, we have two schools to opinions. Number one, a person who intentionally misses the prayer, he has to make it up. Because you know what, anyone who misses the prayer, regardless of whether they are having an excuse, or not having an excuse to have to make up the prayer, whether 10 years later, two days later, 100 years, whatever, you have to make up the price. Let me just finish that part off. How do you do that? You would pray whenever you get to know

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whenever you get the chance, and you will just load up your normal prayer time. So you double up on prayers, or you would find empty parts, like in the morning, and then in the evening, and then knock out 2030. If you didn't remember how many you did, you would estimate you will try and work out how many that you missed. This is the position of the four times Okay, there is some difference in the traffic method. But this is the position of the majority. What is the evidence of the folks who said that? No, you do not make up the press. Once the time is gone. The time is gone. Where do we start? I can start with this? Firstly,

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it's not possible to compare we say between two people, those who have an excuse and those who don't have an excuse. Those two who have an excuse we say they have to make up the prep. Those who don't have an excuse, right? Those who intentionally mess up the Mr. Pratt? They cannot be they cannot be compared. You see, the majority. What did they say? They said use use no banana analogy that they asked if the people who have an excuse, have an excuse are commanded to pray that surely those that are don't have an excuse? They must be even more commanded to pray. Does that make sense? Do you understand that the point that's being made, if people who have an excuse to not pray because

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they're asleep or because they forgot they are being commanded to pray? then surely those who don't have an excuse me babble Allah, as we say they are even more commanded to pray. Yeah, that's what that's what you might think if you Yanni leverage a common sense. But you know what this Deen is not entirely common sense. This Deen is is divinely revealed. That's what you would say if someone's being punished. Yes, the prayer is not punishment.

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You got I'm saying? That's the kind of common sense and analogy that you'd make. Yeah. And if you've been punished with something, that if we're going to slap the guy who had an excuse and didn't do something, so the guy who didn't have an excuse that yeah, this is the kind of phrase that we use in in, like, for example, as someone steal something, and he's starving, right? So if you're starving, right, then we know that we're not going to then put the head upon him. Nothing happens to this guy, okay? Because he was desperate, and he's about to die. And so he has to get some food. And so he did the action and it's not good, but he's not going to get punished. Okay. And we know that, for

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example, St. dama. When the famine struck Medina, then he suspended the punishment for stealing, because people were become super desperate. Okay? So that's a person who has an excuse. The idea, therefore is if a person is rich and wealthy and he steals, then he must definitely get the punishment. Now, that makes sense, because we're talking about punishment. Why are we using this analogy in Salah, Salah, one of the greatest acts of worship, our Salah, which is a gift, Salah, which is a closeness to Allah subhanho wa Taala? How is that a punishment? How is the law of punishment? In actual fact, we'll see the reverse. And me mentioned this, and I feel this through

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my, my running through my blood, I believe there's so much that we will not even allow a person to make up the prayer one who intentionally misses it, as a punishment to him

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is that our punishment here is that we're not gonna allow you to make up the prayer. The prayer that you are trying to make up is invalid, because Allah, Allah said that the prayer has been prescribed us at times, the action that you are trying to do is rejected because the prophets as Adam said that whoever does an action lays him in a marina for who origin is not from our actions, then it is rejected. And never we know, a person at the time of the prophet SAW Selim, who intentionally missed a prayer and then could offer it afterwards. We will say further that if a person set believes that a person can pray after the time, and he should then by definition, allow a person to pray before

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the time in any scholar ever allow a person to pray before the time intentionally? No. So how can a person then miss the prayer, not want to pray, pray, intentionally miss it, and then say that it's accepted? further? How can a person unless you're humbled by the mean, now you're a bit more exciting? Allah does not love the people who are violent, those people who transgress against him? Who is a transgressor, the one who does not pray on time, who is allowing him the one who delays the prayer out of his time. How can I

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offer an act of worship which is a corba, which is an act of sacrifice to unlock contact to get close to him, How can a person do that? Okay? And he is evolving and more accurately, he's a transgressor and an enemy and a violin, an enemy of Allah, how can that person offer an act of worship and it be accepted out of its time? It is not it's not something which makes sense. Further evidences the purpose of Lysander he said men fatter to slaughter Lhasa.

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Whoever misses the answer prayer for kendama work, what is it? What is he like?

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His last word, family and his wealth, okay. his family and his wealth. He's lost everything. So hold on. So person so the head Eastern, he would just basically say, yeah, and you make it up. Why didn't the purpose of life send them then give an option for a person to make it up? He called it the fighter Jani. The one deployment which is gone which is missed. Allah subhanaw taala. He tells us about the Quran

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for waitomo Salim Allah subhanaw taala says and will be to those who pray. Allah Dino Han Solo himself Hoon, those who are heedless when they pray. So in this scenario, we should be given an opportunity to fix it. Yeah. And he there are certain there are certain situations when the prayer is gone, or loss of how to handle for example, when

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when I lost a pound so how does it for Holloman bathroom helpful other ossola whatever, Russia Howard, for sofa, your corner here, but then they came after them in certain areas. But then they came after them generations who neglected the prayer, and were driven by their own desires, and these people will come face to face with their evil. So the question is, why is Allah subhanaw taala talking about people who have missed the prayer? It doesn't make sense, because those people didn't could just make up the prayer, then there would be no such category as a person who have missed the prayer. Do you get to get the point that in our own people Oh heedless about the prayer. Okay. Let's

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fix it. I'll pray now. And I'll be I'll be in mind. But hold on walking about that prayer then. So the point is, is that the people who are not praying, and then thinking they can make up a prayer afterwards. That is not a prayer that has been made up afterwards? Do you have actually achieved a permanent state when you intentionally miss the prayer. And that's why I say mean, he said that we will not allow a person's prayer to be accepted for him to even go ahead. 10 kealan was sued finale Jani, as a humiliation to him as a punishment to him. Jani is not something that will even be considered from from that person. So that's from a legal point of view. Yeah, it

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just doesn't make sense how an action, after its time can be considered and can be accepted. So I think that this is clear. When you look at all of the evidences, you can actually come to a middle way you genuinely can. And I do believe that Damien has this spot on, that a person who wanted to make a prayer, and he was trying to make a prayer. And he had some kind of excuse that this person has always got to make up that prayer. always got to try and fulfill that prayer. And that's genuinely because he's got an excuse. I'll give you an example. A person, he thought that he prays a lot to us. And then 10 days later,

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he remembers that I didn't pray. He will pray docile, barren dead. And that's not a contradiction to earthly means position. Because this person had every intention of praying answer, but he forgot he had a legitimate excuse when he remembered it. Then he prays 10 days ago. second scenario, I'm not practicing. I don't care about the mom and dad's telling me about the prayer. And I go and I basically go to my room and I pretend to pray, and I knock the door and I write, you know, do you spend some time whatever whatnot, hate to pray that much. And then open the door. And then for the next 510 days, I'm doing this stupidity. And then after 10 days, my mind Yeah, it kicks back into

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normal place. I realized how stupid I am the prayers. Yeah, I need my Eman is my life. And then I start to pray. These prayers that you intentionally missed, no can be accepted from you. They're gone. They're gone. Okay. And that's trouble that you're gonna have to deal with. We'll come to the issue of dealing with it in a second. But that's the that's the practical way of understanding the differences between the two, to just close this chapter. Let me explain then what happens. So that's it. Yeah. And we've got two opinions. The first opinion says that you've got to make up the prayers and the supposition that the majority regardless what happens, and you got to think is still far

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from a less pragmatic cause for not praying on time. That's position one. What's our position then he lost and he didn't pray for 10 years by 15 years. Maybe it was a time now they say, congratulations. You've been given a green card and the colors. No, that's not the case. The purpose of licen them, he said in a Hadith, which is narrated by even imagine, and it's a Sahil Some say that this is the statement of Abu huraira de la Han.

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But remember, Dara kwitny, for those who are interested in Hades found multiple assignees that are clean and moving

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does sell meaning connected to the promise of life sentiment therefore, this hadith is authentic and he said in our house it will be your lab the Muslim Yamanaka mercy of Sala

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aside from October sorry for in utter Maha Illa pillows over Halloween Tata we're in for in Canada totowa took me a little foray into worrying. So now, you know, besides malama fruta, Mr. Derrick,

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the purpose of life Selim said that the first thing that the slave of Allah will be held accountable for is the obligatory prayer.

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It is complete, good, because Danny done on time everything was done, great. If not, it will be said, see if there are any voluntary or supererogatory prayers, that nothing is sooner, yeah. And so if there are, then the obligatory will be completed from the voluntary.

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And the same will happen likewise, with all the rest of the obligatory actions. And the same will happen with the rest of all obbligato reactions. Let me explain this is basically saying that when it comes to prayer, when it comes to all actions, actually, every action has two parts. The angels record everything that we do, and they are almost put into two parts to kind of like imaginary parts, you can say, the obligatory actions are in this pot, this bank, okay. And the voluntary ones are like this. On the day when the marathon is brought, and we are counted, the obligatory prayers will be taken out and it'll be looked at. And there is a certain quantity and quality which is being

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expected. If the quantity is not even there, forget the quality because the quantity, you see prayer, as we said before, is what we call fertilizing. And there are other actions that will further fire affordable aim, it means that Allah subhanaw taala is not looking at the individual who's doing it, he is counting the specific actions itself, every single further line will be accounted for every single one. So that's the budget prep. So you will need to produce x million fudger prayers over normal life, okay, for Cuba is different. Allah doesn't look towards the action. Rather, Allah subhanaw taala is looking towards just the fact that it's done. And so therefore, it's

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not very important for it not to be in your bank, the quantity is not important, as long as it's in someone's bank at that right time. You get the point. And so the first line is going to be counted specifically, if it is not complete this hadith is saying, then our last concept we'll say right now reach into is voluntary. And now take out whatever he's got from the voluntary and now make up the obligatory, fix it up terms of number, everything, get it all right spot on quantity, and then the quality. That's why it is so important for us to always pray the supernatural makeda de emphasize soon with our prayer. If you ever know why we don't miss the future to Santa that always pray to at

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least two and hopefully for before and two after though her to always pray the two with Muslim to always pray the two in Asia. This is the reason if you want to know why. That your your your parents and your countrymen are praying knuffel all the time. This is the reason that hermo accounted for before us or for before slaughter in Asia. If you want to see why they're preying on Jamal why they're adding another four to after the slaughter for the hunter fees. Why is it that people are so eager to be able to pray the Doha prayer in the mornings? Why is it that people are praying a slaughter a well being in the evenings after Muslim? Why is it that the people are always looking to

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go to upset to pray, to go to Medina to pray to go to the bottom where the prayers are increased is because of this Hadith, because these sunon prayers are the prayers that actually confirm our our our position they fix and they rescue us from the mistakes of us not doing it right with the obligatory without these if there's nothing there in the voluntary bank and you can't fix the I need the obligatory bank with we're finished. We're done. And if you think about this, Hattie's it's a very important primer. For other actions for the cow for example, most folks ain't got a clue what they're doing with Zika they don't know when to pay it. Most of them don't pay it when they paid to

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pay incorrect amounts. And people think that they did a great job by saying you know, I paid it 2.5% no measly amount Zakah is obligatory don't switch about about Zika I don't rate a person if you did Zika you have to do anyway. That's why it makes me absolutely insanely mad. When people say to me that can I use my soccer to build a school? Or can I use my soccer to support x and x organization giving dour? You heard that one a lot right? Can this be given for doubt? And can I use my soccer to pay for lawyers fees to free prisoners? Oh, no, no, no that can I use my sucker to some kind of Islamic project or the devil office or blah Dee blah. I want to say to you, bro, Allah subhanaw

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taala made it very, very clear that the most desperate

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People are given as a car as cash in their hands to help them uh you know every other Islamic obligation you just mentioned that put your hand in your pocket and give it so that that is what you're meant to do. Type Huggy

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cosmin everything he wants to get covered of his 2.5% his account this is the same one loan telling you know disaster

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will address me nuts young women to be dealing with all of this well I can we use can we use the car to build roads in our thing? Are you kidding me? Are you freaking kidding me? If you heard that from the government, they're trying to block you. They're trying to basically take the public person protect down users account money if it comes from individuals who are in their own little band and they want to do little concrete policy on your on the mountain whatever, invest your own money you should pay for what happened to set up a weapon to look at you know who bought this right? The enemies not the beneficiary to do bunnies

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they got it right, you're going to one demonstrates there's like 10 different categories to put your money in.

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x y Zed. You just bring that money. There'll be a new w new one. five pound notes new five pound notes.

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Notes Yeah, we take them on. That's enterprise that's the only people encouraging Listen, we will take monies we will take monies we will do with it Don't worry. Don't just try to write off every single charitable action in your life and it just as Zakah you can say so fasting for example, why are we so encouraged to follow the 30 of Ramadan with six after a while and it is Jani like the one who finished fasted the entire year because you need the rest of those facets of their entire year quality and quantity wise to make up for the nonsense that you've offered. Yanni as your Ramadan first people honestly genuinely the first one or two fast they're on it and then the rest they just

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go on to autopilot and basically what you do is you just be yourself but be hungry self that's it. That's basically what you are for the rest of Ramadan they thought they offered the fast where the province Elias lm, Allah He said that Allah is not in need of you leave in your food and drink. What is that? That's just basically a hungry person. You need a change, fasting makes a change that Allah contact upon Allah says or you can be people of taqwa. So if that's what being developed in you, then your past was a waste of time. So you need some real big high quality Mondays and Thursdays and the three middle days of the white days of the month. And, and and your any, that's the concept.

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Yes. And then hedge. Okay, hedge. Hedge people. Yeah, I need the cost of it means that most people don't do it once. But actually, hunch is hard as well, which is hard work. It's not easy. Okay, synchronously. But then IRA, that's a lot easier, a lot cheaper, a lot more often. It can be done all throughout the rest of the year. This is a certain act. It's not obligatory, and so you see that the obligatory acts have their partners from the voluntary. So what's our position folks, opposition is a person who missed the obligatory press. intentionally. They are not to make them up. They are forgiven for this idea if they follow the following two principles. The first thing they must make

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Toba and the second thing, they will have to build up so many knuffle prayers, that the only when they're thinking mentally, I should now make up a misprint of obligatory instead, do some natural prayers, because that is what's going to actually fix the ones that you have missed. But let's just go back to number one, Toba. And I end on this point, and then we'll take the questions. Toba is a is a phrase which is very very light on the lips, especially as parks Yep. tauba tauba tauba tauba. Yep, the water was like part of normal vocab. Right? But and there's a problem with that. Actually, what the problem is. The problem is, is that Toba is one of the greatest and most incredible

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achievements possible. In fact, it is the ultimate achievement. If you want to know whether what is the most difficult thing that person can ever do in his life. And the most successful thing that he can ever do in his life is for that person to have is to be accepted. Because everyone at some point in the life is going to sin, and everyone is going to have to turn back to Allah to Allah. And if you Toby has accepted that that means you turn back and gender is only the only thing that you get for Toba being accepted. If you're told was accepted, there is no fire. I want you to understand that. If your Toba is accepted, that cannot be fire. There cannot be punishment, because the whole

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concept of Toba is to save you from punishment. Toba is what allows you to save be saved from punishment. It's a mighty thing and we believe in it. I want to give you the conditions of Toba so that everyone knows what they need to achieve, for it to be accepted the first one the first condition of Toba. If you want to know how can I do Toba and it'd be accepted that number one, it has to be sincere for the sake of Allah number one sincere for the sake of Allah. It's very possible that people need to do an N

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Or say something to say face in front of people. It happens. Okay? And you know a person for example, you know, political correctness someone is you know, genuinely Okay, I'm October All right. And he doesn't literally for the sake of the people doesn't care at all doesn't even consider he did anything wrong right? No a person who wants to do Toba and for it to be accepted number one has to be done for the sake of Allah Allah class for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah number two,

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he has to make what we call is still far. Okay, so asking the actual seeking of forgiveness is the actual act of any you expressing your Toba? How does a person do tober because no one means repenting. So one has to be for the sake of Allah to he actually says a lot. You have to have a staff Rola what a truly a staffer Allah, Allah. For Leon, forgive me Allah, that seeking of forgiveness is an integral part, there's got to be a expressing an expression of that. Number three, the expression of instead of far has to be internal as well. And there's only one possible expression of is there far and that's grief, as called Nether. There has to be grief. If you're

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saying it for the sake of Allah, I seek reference I seek seek repentance, Yala stuff love. You don't feel it, actually, you don't care. In the heart. You're completely content with what you did. But you just know you got to go through the process. Yeah, I'll do it for the sake of a life. That's what it does. Yeah, but you don't feel it. Your job is not real. Your job was not accepted. You have to feel grief. And that grief doesn't have to, because there are conditions and our recommendations. I mentioned the first recommendation now, that grief should express yourself. If you are not crying about that, then To be honest, you're not really feeling the magnitude of the sin that you need to

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make Toba from. If you are believing that the missing the prayer was some kind of joke, and it's not upsetting you, then you've got to really go back and realize what it is that you just missed. What is it that you are actually seeking repentance for? how big an act of Cofer, have you left? How fortunate you are that you are even at this moment being given the chance to make Toba because there are many many people who will not even have the feeling or the idea at all to make Toba. Okay, so I want you to think about that as well. So a person should try to express that grief in some way. The next condition is an obvious one, but it needs to be said you must stop immediately. It has to be

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absolutely the act that you are doing must be stopped. You can't for example, make Toba from Xena and continue to make dinner or make Toba from salah and then continue to miss the prayer. Okay, condition number five, you must make a clear errata a determined intention to not go back to that action again. So it is not just that you stop the action because that's one thing. But to actually have a resolve that I will not go back to that action again. Then that's what you must have and you must try it. Now I just want to mention as a side point, because people get confused here. Does that mean that therefore the toolbar is all over? If a person genders go back to that sin? Okay? The

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answer is is that yes that Toba itself became invalidated because you cancelled it out. But not that you can't make Toba again, and I want you to know that the Muslim is never Yeah, and in a static state. Don't believe that anyone will ever be anything other than always making Toba that is, the promise of life and limb said call it an atom hapa we mentioned this already so many times, and you must memorize it is the most greatest Hadees all of the human beings are making sense making mistakes. Were hydro hapa in a town where a boon Now listen. Hi Rocco in the best of the people who send and make mistakes are at tell where boon not Allah Xena Yahoo. I mentioned this point in the

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record video yesterday on Facebook. Yeah, there's a difference between someone who makes repentance he's good led alladhina You're too Okay. Or Lydia to the one who seeks repentance? Oh, Allah ditta. Rather, I should say more accurately, the one Danny who made repentance at Tel were born is a permanent state.

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It's the only who you are all the time. It's a title. At tower bone is a title. And you only get the title of attack, singular and plural. If you're doing all the time. If you're doing it all the time. That's a big difference. And I said you know the difference between someone who can say he plays football, that means he plays occasional and he's a player or is a football and that means that he does it all the time. It's his profession. He does it constantly is his source everything you hear him say so a telephone so by necessity a person's always making Toba so no one should ever lose heart just because they don't do it all just because they sin again. That is all over no the exact

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opposite Allah subhanaw taala expects you to fall back but he expects you even more to turn back to him. And that's very important. And it has an adversity he used to give advice on this and it's the best the shaytan used to come in was Mick was was a and say

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And why am I even bothering? Why even bothering because, you know, you're gonna go back to that same, you know, you're thinking about it already, you know, you're weak, and you know, it's something which you're going to, you know fall into. And so therefore, as an ambassador, he responded, he said that the person should say no problem. I will say that's not a problem, but I will make Toba because that's what Allah loves. And I will then sin again if I if I fall into that misfortune, but I will continue to make Toba. And that's what you all need to take away from this, that it doesn't matter how desperate a person or how much of a loss they feel, they must keep going

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back, keep going back to come back. If you sinned, you make Toba. Again, if you send you recover again, lattakia from Iraq maxilla, which is even the biggest thing that you start to despair from the mercy of Allah, Allah subhanaw taala knows that you're going to make that mistake. So you just need to go back to him. So those are the conditions another condition, which I don't like to mention, because it's so obvious, but you can put it down as six or seven is that it needs to be done before you pass away or before the world ends.

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The World Ends. Okay, before the sun rises from the west as the purpose of life, and it has mentioned that's when Toba will be seat will will not be accepted, okay? It will be too late, and a person who is about to die, okay, and that death rattle, then Toba isn't accepted from them either. So it's clearly got to be within good time. These are the legal conditions of October. Okay, so those are the things that I have from

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the notes. And what we can do is that we can then take the questions here and those who are watching on Facebook then can take it easy to go on to logical progressions portal to ask the questions

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that as well. Okay, so let's take questions inside first. Yes.

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Absolutely. The question is, is that when you said you make forgiveness as part of tober is it? Is it even possible? Is it even realistic that tober could be like Zika and made continuously? Absolutely. I am just mentioning the fact though that

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like the same with the spear as well, right, that we mustn't allow this to become meaningless. So it just becomes tauba tauba tauba tauba tauba tauba tauba tauba I'm trying to say, but it becomes a staff required to be like a star Furukawa to go in a journey that you are saying it and it becomes thicker and it becomes rewarded every time you say it. Because it is a ticker and it is rewarded this phrase, okay.

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Because there are a number of car and you should check your history Muslim for that, okay, that have the word Toba within the ticker itself. So it's a Toba and a ticker specifically, all right. Yeah.

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Yeah, I mentioned that good. Okay. There is another condition, which is not applied in all cases of tober. Okay, not applied in the majority of cases October actually. But in some cases, in some cases it is. And that is, is that if this sin, if this sin involves the rights of other people, then you must return their rights. So for example, if you stole something, which is of course as a serious sin, and you must make Manitoba from, you can't just keep the thing as they are, well, it's all good. I made tolga. And I kept the thing as well. Yeah, the thing has to be given back, all right, and so on and so forth. If you Yani hurt someone they need to be looked after, blah, Dee, blah,

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whatever the point is, is that if you took the rights of someone else, you must repay their rights, because then you fall into two categories. Having to fulfill the rights of the human and having to fulfill the rights of Allah. The rights of Allah easy always or easier, I should say, because it is through seeking stuff while making Toba. But the other one is a practical one. Now, I want to say that there is always a follow up question, and that is that I install something. And now I don't know what to do. Because if I give it back, then life is gonna be over. Yep. Because then basically, I'll be exposed as someone who you know, is a thief, or whatever? Yes. And what can I do? Or person

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for example, you back by the backbiting someone, and that's a very common one. People are backbiting others all the time. slander is something very common amongst Muslim, especially social media age, day and night, people saying, well, this kind of nonsense, right? And you know, what can happen? You realize that, you know, you screw your brain on that and suddenly realize that you got your big trouble, and you got to make Toba. And, of course, that means to go and seek forgiveness from another person. Okay? And then, you know, you go up to my man, and he's going ego, right, and he's going to destroy you over it. He's going to tell everyone and he's going to show you how to do your

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best thing. And he's going to produce the high net and negative vibe and a evil which is actually bigger than the original evil in the first place. So here, the scholars have always mentioned and I completely agree that if you genuinely believe not as a cop out, not as an excuse, because you know, it can be so abused this point, right? And you believe that this person's got reputation for showing people up and going to go to town with it. Yep. Then you don't need to go to that person. And you do two things. Number one,

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You make a step apart for that person other than making a statement for the sin to Allah. Now, there's two things that you do for him or her, you seek forgiveness for their sins and mistakes. And number two, you try to undo and

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over compensate for the slander that you did against the other person. So you said he was a lie you start preparing make is truthful, you said that he said this, this, you know, prove and you write and you praise and that person, and so on and so forth. So you try to repair the damage. So that's something that you do, in the case of when you realize that, you know, if I go back to this person is going to be disaster. Likewise, if you stole something, you'd give it to charity, and you'd give it and you give other people money, and so on and so forth. Because you know, that it's going to be a problem. But I don't want to make that. Yeah, I need to you guys thinking that? Hey, that's

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basically the number one solution. No, it's not. You got to go through the process. Okay, you got to go through the process, put it down the screenshots, I take them in order for those people who asked.

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Okay, so

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on the basis of punishment, okay, thinking on the basis of punishment.

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We did not have a similar ruling as the one who visited the fortune teller that they must still pray, but for 40 days of supplies, not accepted. Does that make sense?

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I'm not too sure about that.

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Okay, not too sure about that.

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absolutely. You have to pray? Are they saying? Do you think that do you think that? Are they saying that a person shouldn't pray it?

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So so so what what should happen in this case?

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Oh, right, right. No, no, just no extra PR. No, there is no extra prep.

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That last condition does make it crystal clear that there is no opportunity for Toba in the grave nor on

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the market. If these are missed, is this a sinful act?

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No, it is, by definition, not a sinful act to miss the Sunnah as an individual on an individual basis. However, it is no doubt going to lead you into a sin or to becoming sinful when you start to live off the sinner in general. So the sooner prayer is the kind of thing that you should interact with, even though by definition is not obligatory. But on an individual basis you interact with the sooner is something that should always do, unless there's a difficulty then you leave it. But if a person approaches that Yani entire category as something that doesn't need to be done, then you will definitely fall into haram as scholars have have said that for years. And anecdotally, I can tell

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you 100% that's the case. You you become you turn into a new state, you you you fall into a new state. And you were you don't have your basic form of defense. And if this was if you are able to actualize and physicalize if that's a word

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analogize was the right word. Whoever's cussing me for saying analogize was wrong word is a real word. This in my English bad news.

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Yeah, it was correct that check. Did you check that it was wrong?

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Because you got it wrong because you spell it wrong. That's why unbelievable. on video. A buses only found it right? Yeah.

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If we were to actually, like, you know, what? To physicalize.

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Visualize, okay, good. If we were to visualize our student oppress, and we were talking about a battle, okay, they are your entire army in front of you. And your infantry, they are defenses. And he could anyone imagine I'm going to go into war without no frontlines without my infantry without any 10 lines in front, whatever, whatnot. I'm just gonna go out into war with just my three bodyguards around me.

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At physicalize is everywhere. There

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you go.

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So, so, you know, it'd be madness. And so that's why I'm trying to say that you wouldn't approach the entire sooner like the either.

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Yeah, yeah.

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Yeah, I think the one they say that is, like I said to you that they're treating the individual acts like an attitude towards the whole and attitude towards the sooner. missing it regularly is no doubt simple as a category, because you have been commanded to follow the message volatilizing them. So if you have an attitude, I don't mean to actually do that. But just do the obligatory actions, then that is that is an SL it's an outrageous Act. The sooner it needs to be done in general, individual acts assume that it is permissible to not be

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them if Jani and without punishment, the one your attitude changes to the category and it becomes regular. That's a whole six steps after that, it's a whole different thing. Okay, yes, yes.

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So, the question is Is that Is there any difference is it possible to pray the fall sooner or in the evening is there any difference and answer is yes, because the four sooner have got her before it are called by consensus or relative, okay. And the name of it means basically that which is formalized in connection with something, okay, it is part and parcel of a bigger plan. So the formal sooner prayers, a condition of them is that they are prayed with that actual prayer itself. And they are, they are not that it's not possible to offer without excuse in a different time. Okay. Even making up Miss prayers is a huge discussion amongst the scholars sooner prayers. And we're going to

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come to that another time, not our discussion now. But in general, the scholars don't like it, the only person is an exemption is given for those that never ever missed those didn't appraise. Then as a like the slight kind of little bit of an exemption, that person gets that little kind of blessing. All right. And that's because the process and him did that once he prayed the prayers that he missed because of a delegation. He prayed it afterwards. Okay, yes.

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Yep, yep. So many so many other costs. So many, yes.

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No, a person who says again

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all right. So you're saying that what about a person who has no intention to pray and then when there's like, a few minutes left is that and he says, or outbreak? Yeah. So this person, obviously depressed valid. Yeah. But this person isn't an alpha.

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He's straight out hypocrite. Okay.

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Or I should say,

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he has the the the traits and the characteristics of the moon Africa. And if he continues to do that, then he will become an alpha. And I was like Sam said for to Cameroon, Africa. That is the mode Africa, the one who exactly what you just said, He's awesome time. He sits there watching the sun go down, go down, go down. nosings what the time to pray. What is it go down, go down, go down delay, delay, delay, delay. And then when it is Yanni right on the edge, he goes, he stands up and he said he had a heart attack he packs for literally added as a quick for Up Down Up Down Down.

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Let's go de la kalila. Let's go la de la isla de personalize and he said that and and what does he do? He doesn't remember Allah they're in except very little meaning is hardly present, you know? pointless. So the prayer is valid, but it's horrible. Yes.

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The question is, is that are these particular conditions of Toba? They ran anywhere? Or do they come from anything? No, there's no there's no direct source or anything like that these are interpreted that's why some people say there's two conditions. Other say six others say seven is however imaginative you want to get. Okay? To be honest, even to say that the Toba has conditions is an is a new statement is a bit out technically, because tober is told but common sense would mean would mean if you're genuinely repentant. Then like for example, let's say we weren't even Muslim. Let's say there's nothing about Islam. Let's say someone just did something wrong. And the person said, Are

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you repentant? What would a normal person human being expect from a repentant human being? Yep. And logic would suggest a number of things that they're not going to do to crime again, that they are generally remorseful, that they're sad that they stopped doing it that they try and compensate it that they try and make it up to you. These are the human things that we'd expect. So of course, when we're defining Toba, technically, these are automatically included. But then we add a one or two that we know are not the only common sense. So for example, the time limit that's not common sense, but something that we know from divine religion. Yeah, from from revealed Janya source. Yes.

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It is possible but siani generally the rest of the subnet shouldn't be done like that. Only the budget prayer should be prayed afterwards. Only the budget press shouldn't that should

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Be afraid if you miss it a person? You know, and we'll talk about this in detail, because there's a lot of detail to this issue of I missed a student before the jamaa. Do I need to pray on? Yes, in principle No.

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The problem of hedges that dilemma and discussed in a different over it, and the majority of them consider it to

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expiate this minuses only, and not the major sense. And I personally hold that position. There are some that said, Yes, major sins as well. But I don't believe that. I don't believe that. And I believe that those that said that it experienced the major sense, I think that they were just being expansive. And assuming that during the 100, they're making tober as well. I only believe that major sins can be expected by tober and nothing else. Okay, it's a technical position. It's theoretically I know, it sounds ridiculous, but it's technically possible person goes to make tober.

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It's possible, because it's an act of worship. It towba is not intrinsically part of, yeah, it's not an intrinsic part of the Hajj, you'd be the world's biggest love. And Diana, if you did do something that crazy, but that's the technical point. Yes.

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No, no, it doesn't. And one of the reasons asking about the the the

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asking about the animal content of the five pound note, if a person has touched it, does it break the prep? And the answer is no. And we discussed this in year one or year two, when it comes into jazza. One of the key things that we said that majesta, which does not transfer is the Jessa is not wet, and it is not considered to be it doesn't transfer an adjuster that's just even assuming that the thing is legit. And it's not because the content of that is not something that is is in any kind of nature or quantity, something which is expressed, the people who are doing it are doing it more out of principle, they're Muslims, I don't have an issue with this. Okay, but let's just assume that

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it wasn't just note, let's just actually imagine that the whole note in its entirety is ledges, okay? It remains dry. The person then puts it down and remains dry. There's nothing that's transferred, okay becomes wet, then some of that has come to your hand as if it was measured and it's not. Okay. Yes.

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If you are intending to pray the hub, but you didn't get to the masjid and selasa.

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And now, time is in.

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And they're praying us up now in domestic? What do you do? You join that prayer with the intention of the heart. And you will pray the heart with them while they're praying.

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And then once you have finished the prayer, then you will stand up afterwards and you will pray after yourself. And this is the position of the three imams okay shafr Eradicator and Abu hanifa he says no needs to be made up afterwards.

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And that's if a person joined for the hairpins will say to you and and it is better and I'm in agreement with this is I don't even go to the masjid you outside you pray a thought or like any somewhere right and then you join and then you pray the asset with the Imam. Okay.

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And Muslim in the case of Madrid, you will pray the McRib with the mo my position don't go into the message.

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Don't give yourself the headache. Okay, but let's just say you did and you joined Okay. Then after that you need to pray also and muck it up again. So you will do what you prayed with the Imam was nothing and then you will pray your answer and then you will pray your mother. Okay, but that's our topic. Yes.

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If a person has missed pleasure and he joins he comes to the masjid for her he walks out of the masjid and he breaks his budget

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doesn't create any that headache if he does pray that God will the Imam then afterwards you pray fudger again and this is my opinion there's a huge difference of opinion of the of the scholars on this. But I considered her team to be obligatory recovering 30 next week and shamba

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my which ones that?

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Read it in which way we should which is the one because they don't

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give me so many functions.

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right, I just want to just talk to the folks who are online on Facebook, I said clearly that online questions are only taken from the portal, a logical progression to org is where you go to, and not from Facebook, because I can't see the questions at all on that.

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The question you're saying is that what if a person has missed so many prayers, that that nothing will not make it? That's nonsense? It's not possible by just just trying to

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process that question. That's not possible. That's technically not possible.

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Yeah, and what I'm trying to say is that it's not possible technically. And a person shouldn't even think like that. Meaning that if a person is say 90 years old, and they didn't pray 90 years, and they've only got like, you know, two years or they're dying, whatever not even then is not an issue, a person starts,

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they start there's a tober is the thing which is going to do with this Firstly, and they start making as much profit as possible. And then quick, check your ombre and

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few quickly to records jobs. 234 100,000 job done, layer, it's going to have represent family

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My daughter, secondary school does not allow a prayer room for Salah, and there are no Muslim secondary schools in Ireland, at present, they are missing out on hacer and they're just about catch mclubbe. I'm guessing by catching Muslims, they mean a home, I'll say two things. The first is that

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the children that are weak in their religion, and there is no Islamic environment in the school, they cannot be treated the same as Muslim children that are strong in their and their data and their identity, which is what's obligatory upon parents to build that confidence. And I genuinely think that parents will be sinful, sinful if they do not develop that strong identity in their Muslim children, and they send them to non Muslim schools. And so if you're doing it right, then those kids they have to find a way to pray in school in some manner. prayer room, no one had prayer rooms, the whole piano generations of people never had prayer rooms, firms is a modern day luxury. people pray

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in corridors and broom cupboards on the field, in the playground, whatever, they got to learn how to do it, and they got to find other people to join with. And that's what's gonna happen. However, if it's very difficult, meaning they is impossible for them to do it, they find it very, very difficult. They're embarrassed or ashamed, and they're very generally pathetic and weak like that. Okay. And it's generally, it's genuinely, that's my opinion, because you've got to build them, you've got to have them proud. And if they are not, then you are the one who are pathetic and made them pathetic, okay, then I believe that it is acceptable for this person to come home. And to

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combine the low heart and the hussar. Before the Muslim time is unacceptable, of course, to do the aftermath of that, if that person was trying to then do that, and practice that to praise the heart and hustle at the same time, and then come home, and he actually missed it. And he came a marketing time that he would, because he's trying to pray, just like we taught this lesson and wanted to pray that he will pray a lot and answer first in a matter of time, and then he will follow up with Muslim, likewise, okay, but moving forward, you have to try and develop the the, the confidence and the ability of the child, that's the child's job. And then in the school, speak to them with you

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know, create pressure, and so on and so forth. Isn't no teacher once saying to these boys here, for the Cheeto, gonna go to that headmaster? syndicator, right. Make sure make them memorize the script, write the script out for them. Okay, make them memorize and say, right, and just want to say that we want you to prayer. I'm sorry, there is no prayer. Okay, that's fine. And then they just come back two days later. And then you say, I just wanna let you know that before it becomes public, that there's a petition that's being made. Okay? The difference is that this petition is not just Muslims, but a whole load of students. In fact, the majority of them, and we didn't want it to go to

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the press. Okay. And we're just gonna give you a chance to hit this on the head. Do you want to now give us a program on up as far away as can be done otherwise gonna be done? always gonna be done? And then they will either do it because their boiler, which is what they did, and they bought it, okay. Or they call your bluff. But this is the thing. There is no bluff. Can you go to the boy or the gal Jani in your class? Who is the one everyone fancies everyone's daddy follows? And he said, Listen, I need a favor, bro. Okay, right. I know you're not Muslim. All right. But I know that you would support the right of any Muslim or Jew or a Christian to express their faith. And I want to

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write a petition in Iraq petition that we the undersigned, the people of Jews, Christian faith, faith and no faith, we want are in place for meditation and whatever. We want this immediately, because it's actually against our human rights. And you can basically just pass it around, often sweets or non kebab samosa, whatever. Yeah, I didn't get every single person to sign it. Okay. You will get a good fuse. I think you will dangle in front of the headmistress or headmaster and that was the end

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Who's got the

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to make the first move?

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We did.

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take no prisoners. No fear was the was the slogan for no fear.

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Have no fear. No regrets? Whatever.

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Are you kidding me?

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You're talking about Cheeto here. I'm talking about you.

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But I'm talking about a school

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on Africa Northwest, what I'm talking about, I'm talking about on an individual school basis. I'm talking about a school that has, like 10 Muslims in each year.

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So that,

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100% agree. 100%. Which is why, which is why I went very quickly to the Jewish Christian headway option. What's wrong with that? If they're not going to build it, if they're not going to build on a Muslim thing? And they won't don't use you? Right? The majority of None?

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Absolutely, I agree with that. The majority of cases will not go on just a handful of Muslims. But I'm not even joking about what I just said. I put that interaction.

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Are you kidding me? it's counterproductive for them.

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I'm not saying that. Yeah. You start off confrontational from the beginning, we, I said that you go in there, and you take a look at it and say, there's a couple of us Muslims only one. It'd be great. Yeah. And if you do this, that * blah.

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person who's asking this has gone through all of that. They don't come to me. Yeah, I, you know, see me as Mr. Wolf.

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You only gonna come to me with a problem because no one else can fix it. I can fix it. I'm a hammer.

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Think of it like that the engineers had to go. And you know what, they couldn't design a plan. Then they call me in

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this, get that sledgehammer out. And let's bring the noise brother.

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I'm not saying his ideal role.

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I will say it's a work of art. I sit back and admire.

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But Chaz is all about getting the job done.

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You see that we're on telepathic level.

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When a customer is about getting the job done at the end of the day is about getting the job done.

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No, no, no. There's no What?

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women did you say? What you decided? I didn't hear what you said.

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There's no women in your county.

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Oh, you're talking about female rehab. Female prayer is a whole different ballgame.

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of course.

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Whatever, even though they were drunk, because it's, it's, it's a circumstance where you really need to feature on your site.

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If you're neither of those things, then you're in trouble.

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we're very lucky here.

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Let me again, now that you want the details, okay. And that you're pushing me for the details. Okay. Okay.

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There's no doubt. There's no doubt, as I've said, in, in all the classes that This question comes up that there's got to be relationships, they've got to be people, they've got to be Danny, you know, it's not even just that you said five Muslims, and three of them won't even care. Okay. Yep. Okay, five Muslims, and three don't even care. And there's got to be so much shiny. cooperation and planning between all people to deal with this every single level, the Muslims got to get together. Like, for example, you think that this was just a walk over here? We made announcements, we had to give this guy extra chocolate. All right, to agree to make an announcement for us. That's that's use

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it by the way. All right. And he I said to him, if you allow us to any students who have got kids in cheedo, if you could meet afterwards, after the Juma prayer, and we did. And we said right, because I didn't know whose kids was whose whatever met up, sat down and said first things

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There's gonna be united front. No, yeah, the Trump EPA view that, oh, I don't pray or this or that, whatever. Secondly, then, you know, trying out to see if a person can find it themselves without being confrontational. I don't like that personal method. I think that it should be done with the involvement of the school making legitimate, okay? Thirdly, it shouldn't be done as a favor. favors don't help anyone. Right favors are a big problem when you find as you said, a teacher who helps you out because then another year is gonna come when there's another group people who don't know that teacher or that teacher moves on. And then all work is now gone. It's got to be done something

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officially is done very nice. And a person's only going to be seen as nice if they're nice. If you're a top student. You are very respectful. You help the school you're, you know, you're on the front cover of everything that they do their volunteer newsletters and their photos and whatever whatnot. They don't

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