Ahsan Hanif – Coronavirus – Mindset Etiquettes and Rulings

Ahsan Hanif
AI: Summary © The importance of protecting oneself and others from infection with Alonzo Joel's stance is emphasized, as it is unprecedented and often distant from reality. The need for comfort and safety for people in various situations, including those with weakened immune systems, is also emphasized. The importance of practicing good deeds to avoid becoming annoying and the need for people to trust in Islam's teachings and practice good deeds to avoid becoming annoying is emphasized. The importance of shaping behavior and behavior in Islam, particularly in the context of coronavirus, is emphasized, and the importance of avoiding touching one's hand and covering one's mouth to prevent future infection. The importance of guidance and clarification on issues related to Islam, including the importance of praise for Allah's mercy and forgiveness, is emphasized.
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So I'm on a cobra huhtala Barakatuhu so brothers and sisters as you know, with the Risa Coronavirus outbreak, there's a lot of information going out to buy tea and a lot of people have asked for the measure to provide the statement. So inshallah we are going to be joined by Dr. Arsalan who is a medical professional. inshallah is going to be saying a statement on behalf of the masjid and also offering some general advice, so please give him your ears and pay attention.

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu.

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With the current rapidly changing circumstances regarding the coronavirus pandemic, as a community, we need to know how to protect ourselves to reduce the spread of infection and to protect ourselves.

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In line with NHS guidelines, Green Line machines would like to provide you with some advice which we recommend that you take seriously as the

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The important thing is that we need to be protecting each other's lives. And this advice is incredibly important.

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The number one thing that I can advise

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that Coronavirus is in most patients, a mild disease. However, in certain populations, including the elderly,

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including those people who have long term, chronic conditions,

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the pregnant and those who have immunocompromised, those who are immunocompromised, the risk of that infection becoming life threatening is very real.

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And that's why we advise this population of our congregation that at this time you should not be attending the masjid.

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those people who have any symptoms of Coronavirus and there are two main symptoms that you need to be aware about. Firstly,

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if you have a new persistent cough and the second one is high fevers.

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If you have these two symptoms, or one or the other, we recommend that you do not attend the masjid as he will spread the infection. Instead, as per the guidelines, you should stay at home and self isolate for seven days and also get in touch with the NHS hotline.

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at this time, whilst when we say Salaam we should not be shaking hands.

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This is because the most accepted theory of the spread of infection is why contact an air droplets and if we are shaking hands, the spread of the risk of spreading this infection is very real. And therefore we recommend that when we're saying Salaam we can just put a hand on our chest

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number four

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we advise that when our congregation comes to the masjid to make a willow at home and to limit the use of the facilities within the masjid

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and also as per the NHS guidelines to increase the frequency that we are washing our hands

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and follow the 22nd rule which is to use hot soapy water and to wash all parts of our hands. And you can find very detailed diagrams on the websites about how to wash your hands properly and safely.

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Regarding all other Masjid

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activities, including the five daily Salah, the funeral services, the Friday prayers and our preparation for Ramadan.

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For the time being everything will continue as it is but when we get further guidance regarding

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if the

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Government wants to ban all mass gatherings, then we might be changing our stance and therefore we recommend that you follow our Whatsapp, Facebook and Twitter pages.

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As a Masjid, we have also set up the COVID-19 emergency service.

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And this is to help provide support to those people to the elderly, and those people who may need to self isolate.

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We will be providing supplies such as groceries, medications and other essential supplies.

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But we do need your help and your support and we need your volunteers.

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If anyone is interested, then please go to the masjid reception after the Juma

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says,

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Seek out the vulnerable among you. Verily you're only given provision and support due to your support of the weak.

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as Muslims we place our trust in Allah, an ultimate protection comes from him and through his remembrance.

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Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran, no disaster strikes, except by the permission of Allah

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and whoever believes in Allah

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He will guide his heart

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and Allah is Knowing of all things now when I come off to LA who got

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I'm ready to Lahore Baraka

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Worship Allah you know, hi, Lola Hawa Hola, sharika lahu eyeshadow Anna Muhammad Abdul Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was he was seldom at the Sleeman kathira you under the innominate en la haka, Ducati, while at the matana illa, one two Muslim on Yeah, you have to talk on the kumala the hakomi nuptse wahida mahalo caminhos o Jehovah. thermen humara regionalen casiotone Isa, we're talkin la la de Luna v one or ham. In nulla Cana la cumbre de bas. Johan levena. monotone la colo Colin said EDA was de la Kuma como una

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As you're well aware, we're in the midst of a global event something that's dominating World News and that is the Coronavirus and

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It's something which I want to speak about today, and divided into three different segments. Firstly, our mindset and our approach as Muslims, when we deal with something like this, something which is unprecedented for most of us in our lifetimes, something that most of us have never seen or experienced. And so therefore, understandably, were slightly unsure as to how we should approach this issue from an Islamic viewpoint. The second issue is some of the etiquettes that are important and necessary for us to have. And then finally, some of the rulings as they pertain to us during these times

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over the past few weeks, as we know, and as we've seen, and as we continue to see, the whole world has gone into a different mode, due to something that as that is unprecedented, and that has taken place. That continues to be the case. And it is a fast developing, constantly changing scenario. Something that we don't really experience firsthand because for most of us, we have been blessed by large origin and fortunate enough, that when issues like this take place, they are often far from our shores. And they are things that are distant to us. So behind a television screen, or from a newspaper or website. So we don't really experience this firsthand. But when it strikes, and it

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comes amongst us, and it's rampant, and there is real tension, and sometimes even fear within the community and our people our launch, then it's something that we begin to take very close and very seriously. And as with all tests, and all sorts of situations, each and every single one of them is a reminder from Allah subhana wa Tada. But as I've been reflecting on the situation, and its development over the last few days and weeks, a verse of the Quran continuously comes to my mind. And it shows to us how fragile our life is, how we have taken things for granted, how the constructs around us that we have, have given us a sometimes false sense of security, how we often think that

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things that happen to others won't happen to us, and we won't experience them. And if they show some things, it shows us how fragile our existence is, despite all of the medicine, technology, engineering, everything else that we have at our disposal, we as humans are weak, and we're fragile. And as we see with what's happening with businesses around the world, airlines, hotels, and what's happening with stock markets and what's happening with generally what's going around, it shows you how fragile and how weak we are. And Allah subhanaw taala says and sort of fall over the vest that has constantly be coming back to me over and over again, is a statement of a larger agenda in Surah

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fattoria yohannes unterman fukuhara, Allah, Allah who will honey you will Hamid are people you are the ones who are impoverished in need of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And Allah is rich, free of all need, Worthy of all praise. In Russia, you will have come to be helping God, if he so will, he could remove all of you and bring a new creation. One Mother dika Allah Allah hibiya Aziz, and that is not something difficult upon Allah subhana wa Tada. This verse of the Quran should make us reflect on how much we are in need of Allah zildjian. And I don't just mean from the point of view of our wealth, and our economic stability, and our health and just the way that life needs to go one for us

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to be able to live in a comfortable and productive way. But I mean, how much we are in need of Allah's mercy and His forgiveness, how much we already need, and desperate and impoverished, for the gift of a man for belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala simply something that we take for granted. Today on this day of Friday, there are Masjid across the world. across the world, I don't have a slot to Juma doors that have been closed have misjudged because their governments have told them that people can congregate in numbers over 50 or 100, or 200, or whatever it is. This morning, I received a message from coin to a Muslim country where they have the same thing. The doors of messages have

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become closed, and it shows us how much we take things for granted. We take our man for granted. We take a loss blessings for granted. We take for granted the fact that we have access to the masjid that we can come and pray and worship Allah subhanho wa Taala never in our minds did we imagine that we would see in the UK, in Europe, in North America in these countries at a time when you couldn't go for Umrah and a time where you can't possibly come to the masjid a time when you're told there's no Joomla and if that continues, erodes on a normal bond is only as you know official weeks away. Now Alonzo did allow us to witness the month of Ramadan

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We will be in severe need of that month of Ramadan. We will need it to strengthen our Eman and to build up our faith but it may well be the case that you don't come for the mess to the masjid for taraweeh that you can come to break your fast in the masjid. There's no one in Salah in the way that we've become accustomed to. And so many different aspects of our religion are communal acts of worship. They require us to congregate they require us to come together and show the open bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood in our religion. But that path possibly can be something which is taken away from us. How much are we in need of Allah subhanaw taala how weak are we and remember

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Allah when he was commenting on this concept of lftr of need and upon impoverishment before the larger religion, he said it's true form is when a person realizes that every moment of their life internally and externally, they are in need of a loss of handle Tada. They are never rich enough, strong enough, powerful enough independent enough to do anything in their life except by the permission and the will of Allah subhana wa Tada. And that's how much we need our email. We come most of us to the masjid. To give ourselves that Eman boost. We come to the Juma because we need that message that's given from the minbar we need to come together to pray Salah because it gives us

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some solace and contentment in our religion with all of the issues that take place around us. And then if it's taken away from us, we understand how valuable that is how precious it is. And that's why throughout the origin and in the Sunnah of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in times like this in times of actual need of will need and will test you see that the guidance of the Quran and the Sunnah is that these events should turn you back to Allah more. And they should bring you closer to Allah azza wa jal and make you reflect upon that fragile situation. And that fragile state of a man that most of us have, that we don't know what event will come and break that connection male,

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large social keep us hold strong. It is times like this when we see in the or on the lessons and the benefits from those stories of the prophets and others, who when times like this came, they will turn back to Allah azza wa jal and that's why throughout the Quran, you will all of the stories of the prophets irrespective of the trials and the tests, and the nature of the tribulations that they faced, the common denominator and the single pattern that unites them is that they would all turn back to Allah making more do making more tober making more istighfar making more equitable, larger origin, turning back to Allah subhanho wa Taala and that's why even Abraham Allah, Allah said that

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you see from the Quran, that Allah azza wa jal tells us from the greatest ways of relieving diseases and pandemics and other tests and tribulations that we face is by doing more good deeds or not less, and that becomes challenging. In times when you may be told to stay away from congregating stay away from the masjid don't come so much don't get together so much Ramadan is gonna change and it becomes more challenging. And that's where it comes to the issue of having that personal strength of a man of turning to Allah subhanho wa Taala in your personal data, and your personal is still far and your personal liquor of a large religion. We also used to rely upon ourselves and upon one another, and

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upon society in general, that we have become so weakened when it comes to our reliance upon Allah subhana wa Tada. The hadith of our beloved know how Allah rhodiola one in the center never be that. The Prophet said, Sal, Allahu Allah he was telling me to do as he was speaking to a group of his companions, he said, Allahu Allah to kill him. Ilia for other ofan, whom Allah don't make these people dependent upon me, and he is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, lest I should be too weak to help them while attacking whom Allah and forcing him for your juicer and her, I don't make them dependent upon themselves less they should be unable to help themselves want to kill him ill

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and nasty for your STEM field, what are they, and don't make them dependent upon others, less they should give themselves more better treatment than they give to others. All of us. We are in need of Alonzo Joel's mercy, and his forgiveness. And that is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam recommended to us do is that we should be reading every morning and every evening. The eyes that should be part of your daily routine and from those two hours or two hours that speak about times like this, of our Lord gives protection and safety and our Lord xojo house relieve these types of issues that are taking place today. Profit sets on alajuela he will sell him in the head ether is

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also collected in sooner libido the hadith of Abubakar rhodiola one

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He said and he gave us the DA Allahumma Rama taka arrojo fanatical Nila nuptse thought for time was initially shut Nicola La Ilaha Illa and Allah, it is your mercy that I hope that we as Muslims know that we take on board medical advice and practical advice and everything that you're being told to do or not to do is something that you should be doing as a responsible Muslim. But what makes us different is alongside that we have our trust in Allah and our Eman in Allah and our belief in the last degree and in his knowledge and in his wisdom Subhana Allah Allah, it is your hope that it is your message that I have hope in so don't leave me to myself even for the blink of an eye and

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rectify for me all of my affairs. There is none worthy of worship except you. The Prophet told us and Allah Allah he was telling me the hadith of Abdullah nor Amaro rhodiola one whom are also in the sooner we'll be there will that every morning and every evening he would make this throughout as part of his car. Allah Romania sir Luca rfef dunya will appear on Allah asked for your protection your well being in this world and the next Allah Romania circle I fall rfef ed and he will dunya well actually one Manny, our ly asked for your protection and your well being for my religion, my worldly affairs, my wealth and my family, Allahu mistura to me know it our love veil my weaknesses

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and when safety to my fears, Allah whom for the name in beanie the one woman healthy one Yemeni wangechi Malli woman Philippine foci were all of your automatic and alltel I mean Daddy, Allah protect me from in front of him, from behind me, from my wife from my left from from above me, and I seek refuge in your greatness from being punished from beneath me. That is an amazing to her that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would make every morning and he would make every evening in the habit of harassment of your loved one in a tournament he he said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said ma'am in abdon you have all of you Saba equally Yeoman woman sir equally Laila

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Bismillah he loves

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me he shaved him out of the office as well who was semi well Arlene fell Athan follow the roof of the Roshi. He said there is not a person who every morning, every evening three times he says, In the name of Allah with whose name nothing in the heavens and the earth can harm and he's all hearing all knowing. No one says that three times a morning or evening, except that nothing will harm them. With that trust in Allah azza wa jal with that he man with understanding you need before Allah by humbling yourself and showing your poverty before your Lord and creator subhana wa Tada. It is one of the things that we are desperately in need of. And so what we do is we take the small things for

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granted, we don't appreciate the blessings that a large surgeon has given to us. And that brings me on to the second point and that is the issue of articles, the etiquettes that we should have. Our religion is amazing in the way that we should be acting in the way that we should have etiquette and mannerisms on a daily basis. And the way that we should be holding on and performing or doing what we should be doing as Muslims. Our religion is amazing. Much of the advice that you hear that you heard before the Juma prayer that you hear on TV, from the news and so on those different things that you're being told to do, or Islamic concepts, cover your mouth when you sneeze, or when you

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cough, cough into your clothes instead of your hands. These are Islamic concepts. The Prophet told us and Allah Allahu wa sallam in the Hadith, or they said rather about the profits on the lower end he was selling in the Hadeeth, there will be snow, if he used to sneeze, he would cover himself with either his hand or with his clothing. That's something which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam used to do, washing your hands frequently. It is the sooner in our religion, they you should be making wudu for every Salah even if you don't need to. It is the sooner to make a fresh order. So you're washing your hands constantly for 2030 seconds or longer. That is an Islamic concept. Because

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as you know told us the horror of Chateau Eman, purification, cleanliness, hygiene, that is half of faith. Allah azza wa jal is pure, and he loves that which is pure. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us if you need to stay away self isolate, keep away from people. He told us in the Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim law you read omamori, Dawn Allah Masha, someone who is sick and Ill shouldn't mix with someone who is healthy. If you have an illness, where you think that you have something that someone may catch from you by the permission of Allah zildjian then you stay away from that person that is an Islamic concept of self

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isolation. And the Hadith also, in our Bukhari and Muslim the hadith of a sherried Hebrew so at the top of your rhodiola one he companion was from tarrif, from the tribe of bamboo Saif, they came as a delegation towards the end of the life of the prophet SAW

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Long while he was selling them on mass, the whole tried to come to accept Islam and to give the Pledge of Allegiance which involves shaking the hand of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they came on mass, but amongst them he says, there was a man who had a form of leprosy, a contagious illness. They left him beyond the city limits outside of Medina, and they came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and they accepted Islam and they gave him their pledge of allegiance. But they said O Messenger of Allah amongst us is a man who we left outside of Medina. For this reason, this is his situation, his condition. The prophet SAW Allah wa alayhi wa sallam sent to him a

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messenger to him in but the buyer cannot afford you the Hadith in Sahih Muslim, we have accepted your pledge of allegiance, so go back, didn't ask him to come in. didn't tell him to come to the masjid didn't tell him to come to meet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, despite the virtues of meeting the prophet or seldom sitting with him, speaking with him, being in his Masjid, giving the physical pledge of allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we have accepted your pledge, return home, go back. And that's because our religion has this concept of self isolation. If you're ill, you're not well, you fear especially when there's something like this going around that

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they will people who will be susceptible people who are vulnerable to your condition, to stay away from them to self isolate, to keep away from those places where that may spread is an Islamic concept. In 18th, year of the hedgerow in the life of Mr. rhodiola when a plague struck in a sham, the area of the world Palestine, Syria, that region of the world, known as both our own and worse and worse is an area in Palestine, modern day Palestine, but it started from from amongst the people who died or would die in that plane, were some of the senior companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the likes of Abu Zubaydah, mogera rhodiola, who and and many others in the books

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of Muslim history of our history, it says that over 20,000 Muslims died in that single play. I'm delighted when I'm able to ask Allah one whom are the famous companion would eventually become the governor, the governor of this province, whilst the plague was still rampant. He was made the governor by Rama rhodiola, who and and when he came, as a man of known for his intelligence and his genius, when he saw the one of the reasons why it was spreading so widely was because people were constantly together, people were constantly mixing, people will with their families in the communities always mixing and so it was spreading more he said to them, go and spread out into the

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mountains, go out into the desert, go out far away and don't congregate so much. And it was one of the reasons by the permission of Allah azza wa jal that the plague was lifted. When Armada deola were unheard what Abdullah Abdullah Amara had done rhodiola Houma, he was amazed by his intelligence, amazed that he was so perceptive that he saw this pattern, and then he warned people accordingly. That is an Islamic concept within our religion. So when you're told is best for you not to shake hands, shaking hands isn't magic, it is some not something which is good to do. But if it is better for you to stay away from it is understanding the principle of the shadow or that I gave a

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hotbar about recently, and that is leaving of what is more harmful, even if there is a benefit in it. Removing the harm is one of the foundations of our religion. It is one of the cornerstones of our Sharia. When you're told this is how you behave, wash your hands, cover your mouth. These are tickets that we have in our religion. It is because what is harmful automatically in our religion should be prevented to the best of human capability to the extent that our prophet SAW Allah while he was sitting and told us as you know, when the Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim monocle I'm in here the shahzada you're on your thumb, flyer, problem, MSG, Danna. Whoever eats from this plant meaning

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the garlic plant, or in the other generation garlic and onion, then don't let him come to the masjid in one of the weddings of the Hadees because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam finally mela he created the other we may have to add them in who knows because the angels are harmed by that which harms other people. And by the opinion of the vast majority of scholars, it is not haram to eat garlic or to eat onions and come to the masjid. But it is severely disliked because of this Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim harms people who harms angels, that is a harm that is something which emanates across people, and so therefore you stay away from the masjid and if that's the case, from

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just eating something like garlic or onions, then what about when there is a serious and we'll danger, something which people need to be aware of. So our religion is that amazing religion that contains within it mercy and guidance from Allah subhanho wa Taala but also

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comes to how people live their lives in a safe and comfortable and healthy way to bring those two components together, to listen to what you're being told and the advice that you're being given. But then at the same time and more importantly to have that strong foundation of the man, to turn back to a large surgeon in times like this, to make dua, to Allah, to make a still firm and seek forgiveness for your sins, to give more support and do more good and help those around you that are in need of how and to ask Allah azza wa jal by making Vicar to him for his protection and for his safety. That is the way that we as Muslims should respond during these times when Allah xojo that he

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keeps us and our families and our communities safe barakallahu li walakum to her and he was soon one of our New York when we met him I mean it will take my Apollo holy * there was a little lady welcome. What is your meeting Muslim? 11 palladium infrastop Euro in Hokkaido Pharaoh

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hamdulillah Allah certainly he will. shockula wala tofield he wants to know, or shadow Allah Allah, Allah Allah Allah Allah sallallahu taala the Malaysian shadow unbeknownst to you, Donna Mohammed Abdul Rasul Allah dhwani sallallahu alayhi wa early he was talking to him when he was a limited Sleeman kathira a mother.

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The third issue that I wanted to deal with in today's what were some of the rulings that either already applied to some of us who may well apply within the near future. And again, it is from the beauty of our religion from the things that we take for granted. How amazing our Sharia is that we have within it these principles and these rulings, from which we can deduce the things that we need in order to apply them to our situation. We often take for granted the etiquettes of the Quran and the sun and the rulings of the Sharia and the principles that have been laid down and established by the scholars of Islam. Something which we take for granted, we don't really pay much attention to

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it, but in times in situations like this, this is when we are all in need of that type of guidance. The first issue therefore, is as it relates to congregational prayer and Juma prayer, and you may have heard this already, but just to stress and re emphasize. It is people who have symptoms of Coronavirus who fear that they have symptoms of this virus. They shouldn't come to the masjid. Not that it's not disliked or maybe the the insurance is, according to some scholars haraam. The senior scholars of Saudi Arabia gave a fatwa recently saying that it is haram for them to come to the Muslim and that as his basis in the Sharia. It has a basis within the evidences of the Quran and the

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Sunnah, based upon those principles that I mentioned to you all stopping and refraining from harming others. We have within our community, people who are highly vulnerable to this, our elders, people who have underlying health, serious health conditions. For them, they shouldn't come to the masjid, not for the Juma prayer or not for the congregational prayer. They should pray at home. And anyone who plays the gym, I pray Our home prays for Rockers, they pray, Lord, you don't play jamara home, you don't have your own football, your own Salah Xiomara will follow it online or from the internet to YouTube. You pray, Lord for a couch as you would usually do. Those people should stay away from

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the masjid number two people who is not necessary for them to come to the masjid anyway, our sisters, children, travelers, people who start to Juma and Gemma is not even an obligation upon them on the opinion that jamara is an obligation upon Muslim men. Those people should stay away from the master that I know that's difficult to do. And I know that it is hard to do and we enjoy coming to the masjid and congregating but it is from the Messiah of the Sharia, from the way that the Sharia looks at these issues, that those people it is better for them to stay away from the masjid and they can follow the footman line and they can listen to the Sala online and so on. But it is better for

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them to stay from the away from the masjid number three. If you're in that position, even though you may be young and healthy, but you're fearful that if you contract our illness, you have elderly people in your household that are dependent upon you that need you in order to look after them and for their well being. Then it is allowed for you it is a rasa a concession for you to also stay away from the congregation on Juma masala and these are major changes for the vast majority of us. But whilst them until the situation calms down and it stabilizes, those are rulings of Islam, not from me, from scholars of our religion from Saudi Arabia and other places who have spoken about this

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issue at length. For those people to stay away from the mystery. It is allowed for them to do so in my personal view and opinion, it would be prudent for massage to shorten the Juma prayer as they've done in other places across the world. It is also the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he would give a short hotbar and it's something which we're not accustomed to that someone comes and does a 510 minute walk.

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But we do the salon were done in 15 minutes. But that was the practice of the profits on a lower it was still it is what that would be short, concise to the point and he would establish the salon the people will leave, there is a prudent thing to do, because the situation may well be coming where we can't gather in large numbers like this for prolonged periods of time. There will be other issues that also affect us as Muslims. funerals is one thing that may well be affected if you're ill will suffer Satan, someone in your family passes away, how to deal with the issue, how to wash the body shroud the body in those times and those places are things that we also need guidance for. But this

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is not the time and place to go into that in detail. All of these issues are rulings that we require as Muslims and inshallah I will massage it our moms our institutions will give that guidance as and when appropriate, so that we know how to deal with this issue. I want to conclude by stressing and reaffirming the point that I began with that these are times in which we are more than ever in need of Allah's mercy and His forgiveness. And we are more than ever in need of understanding and knowing how fragile our state is. Yeah, you are not one to mourn for Arambula or people you are the ones who are in need of a large social and unlock concludes the verse by mentioning two of his names and

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attributes number one, that Allah is free of all need. Allah is rich, Allah doesn't need our ibadah and Allah doesn't need our Eman And Allah doesn't need our do our or our Vicarage tober it is really the need of a large village and a number to Allah gives us the solution that is Hamid Worthy of all praise. So in these times we should praise Allah more thank Allah more turn to Allah more make to our to Allah azza wa jal more, as was the practice of the prophets and our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was for large xojo on the splashy day of Joomla, from the explicit place in mustard and house of Allah zildjian that Allah protects us and our families and our communities that alarm

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social kills those from amongst us that are ill, and relieves the symptoms of those of us who are suffering that Allah subhanaw taala keeps our elders and the vulnerable amongst the safe that Allah subhanaw taala preserves us and our health under a large social relieves the situation and brings a cure to it. Whereas Allah xojo that he shows his blessings and his mercy and forgiveness upon us as a community with a large surgeon that he allows us to use this test as a means of drawing closer to him as a means of strengthening our Eman as a means of increasing in our ibadah and our worship in our da in our Vicar was Allah so that he doesn't make this test a means of shaking and weakening our

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Eman of us becoming distanced from him. subhana wa Taala as a means of shavon coming with his whisperings and his traps and making those people who divert away from the remembrance of Allah azza wa jal was Allah subhanaw taala that he makes it a means of increasing us in our reward, elevating our ranks and purifying and exploiting our sins in the whole Jordan Kareem was sort of

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