Ahsan Hanif – Quranic Progression – Part 3

Ahsan Hanif
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the historical and cultural context of the legal system in the Middle East, including negative language and hesitation towards conservative views. They also touch on issues related to the Church of Islam, including recitation and the use of words in written and verbal forms. The discussion touches on the benefits of wearing masks, including preventing infection and further damage to one's skin, and the use of shaper to protect against bacteria and pathogens. The COVID-19 pandemic is discussed, with the potential impact on the economy and society.
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So last week we were discussing this Java, we still have this Java

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And we were going through the word for word meaning of this Java. So we went through the details of the different words that are that are found on this the either the virtual bond, the description that Alonzo church gives to shape on gentlemen. And obviously this try that you have the word origin, the one who's outcast, the one who is a cursed, these words that you find within this tab, and then we kind of finished on going or started speaking about some of the issues or some of the rulings concerning these t either in terms of what some of the scholars discussed.

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So Shawn, I think what we'll do is we'll recap where we kind of left off last week, so we'll be kind of started on one of the first issues. I think we'll go over that again. And then inshallah we'll we'll carry on from there. So the first issue that the scholars bring up with regards to is to either one of the issues that they bring up, there's not necessarily an order to it. But one of the first issues that you will come across in the bookstore to see him also, which is why we're discussing the pros on the books effect is what is the str that said, when it comes to the recitation of the Quran reading of the Quran, when is the sgioba read. So some of the scholars took

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the verse of the Quran in the verse that is the basis of this geographer either beratan or Anna. hysteric biLlahi, Min, Ash, shaytani, r rajim, or the rest of Sora. If you're reading the Koran, or if you read the Koran, then seek refuge in Allah from Shabaab, the caste.

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Some of the scholars took the verse literally. And he said that the fat for either are often right, if you are going to, they said that the fair means tacky means after. So basically the meaning of the verse is once you read the Quran, then seek refuge in Allah from shavonda. Right meaning once you've finished reading the Quran, and this is an opinion, as we said last week, it's mentioned among some of the scholars like Mohammed Abu Syrian Rahim Allah

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and the receiving eration of Abu huraira.

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That is, this was the opinion that he followed, even though some of the scholars that would have been that would have been this word will help with means the verifiers, right, the scholars who came generations afterwards, and they would go through the statements of the companions on the scholars, and they would edit and verify them. Did they actually say, what some of the scholars attributed to them? Or was it just an error? Right? Was it just a mistake? So those followers who did this they're known as an applicant, some of them said that it's not actually the opinion of

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peculiar to say that this was the opinion of the law either way, even if it's not the opinion of the law, and there was some heavyweight sponsors, and heavyweight roadmap behind this opinion, right. So for example, Mohammed bin serum, Mohammed bin Salman Brockman was one of the sponsors of the tablet in the famous name, the name that you've probably heard of many times, one of the students of the companions, and his main teacher from amongst the companions was honestly the man or the

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nomadic or the long run. And he met other companions. And he heard from other companions, as well, as in Monaco de la used to live in New Zealand so much, and he had so much respect for him for his scholarship for his piety for his character, that at the time of Elizabeth Malik, when he wrote his will, his final testament, he wrote within it, that I wanted even serien to wash my body when I pass away, and I want you to leave my journalism, okay, and so on the right for any person to be asked to do that any of the companions of the prophets on the lower it was sentiments. But as we know, it for the long run was one of the final companions to pass away one of the latter companions in terms of

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the deaths, he was one of the last few remaining at a time. And it just so happened with even Syrian rahima governess, Elizabeth Malik passed away even see Dean was in prison. He was in prison, and he was imprisoned because he was in debt. He was in severe debt, and he wasn't able to pay back the debt. And then they stomach law. If you're unable to pay back the debt, then the person that you owe that money to has the right to ask the judge to imprison you in prison. So even Syrian was in that situation. It borrowed money, a great sum of money. And then he lost that for one reason or another. It's a whole long story that we don't need to go into. But the point is that he was unable to pay

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back as long and because he was unable to pay back as long the person who's writing was the money the person that he borrowed it from he said I want him in prison jail. Even Syrian Ramallah you can imagine this amazing, illustrious scholar of Islam, known for

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for what is like one of the giants of that generation, and he's in prison. And once he was in prison and receiving medical, your loved one passed away. So when they read the will of Elizabeth Malik, and they read his final, you know, like his vasilia, which is his final requests, they read within it that he wanted nsep Malik to come and to wash it, and to shroud him and to lead his generosity. But there's a problem now, right, because he's in prison. And so they had to go to the governor and request from him special permission, the Tennessee bill medical deal, even Syrian Rahim Allah be allowed to come out and to Washington for the body and the government. reproducer. Right. And what's

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really amazing is that one of those versions of that story, even Syrian Rahim, Allah, He said that I know which Senate was that landed me in jail. Right, the scholars of the era, I mean, the scenes were so few and far between that sometimes when they had a calamity or a hardship strike them, they used to be able to pinpoint what it was that they did. And because of that, that's why a large soldier tested me in this way. Right? I mean, literally, it struggled. Right? Because so Pamela we have so many sins, which one might be quicker to what Allah Allah knows best. But they were able to he said that I said, many years ago, I saw a man walking down the street and I said to him, yeah,

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Rufus, you're bankrupt. Right? I call him destitute. Just call him like a banker. And our large surgeon has tested me with that same thing, right now is bankrupt, is destitute, is impoverished is in debt, doesn't have any money to take himself out of that situation. But the point is ABCD Rahim Allah came, and he led the generosity medic of the law. So these are some of the great scholars of that era. They used to take this verse literally. So that if you read the Quran, once you finish the Quran, or your recitation of the Quran, your reading of the Quran, the passage that you're reading, then you say I want to be loving. Mashallah, Raji. Raji, in his Tafseer, Kafeel Rahim, Allah is the

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seal. They say that the reason that they gave for this, right, the reasoning behind this, or the reasoning for the understanding of the verse in this way, was that the set it's because to stop yourself from feeling proud and arrogant, after doing a good deed. So just as you do a good deed, as we know you do a good deed is two elements to a good deed, one is doing the actual deed. And the second part of that deed is having it accepted by Allah subhanaw taala. So you can pray, we just put a lot of money now. And everyone that's standing in the rows, and they play the Salah, they played it, meaning the obligation was lifted from our shoulders, but then a large village will accept our

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Salah or not, we don't know, no one can have that cast iron guarantee that a lot of social acceptance, our deeds, what is one of the reasons why the deeds may not have been accepted, why they may have been rejected, because the person has arrogance. Or they presume upon a lot that he accepted the deeds, or because of some type of kibarim some type of pride on their heart, or I pray in this other people that didn't pray, right, or I was praying, and the guy next to me was fidgeting. So therefore, I'm sure my prayer was better than his prayer, whatever logic that shavon brings into our minds and look at how she's been talking about this tiada shape and even in good

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deeds will come, I don't like tend to seed of doubt or make some something some thought that he plants within us, that then causes us to sin or to take what the good that we did and diminish. So anyway, the point is here, that those kind of said, therefore, you remove that type of pride from your right, the arrogance that haughtiness from your heart, because you ask a lot of soldiers to preserve your good deeds, right. That's the statement talking to others. And that's what he said. The reason is behind that opinion. But the opinion of the majority of the scholars, right, the vast majority of the scholars of Islam, is that the either in the verse for either

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when you read the Quran means before you read the Quran, and that's very common in Arabic language, the word either, which literally translated means when either can be used with different meanings depending on the context. One of those meanings is before as you're about to embark upon. Right, as you're about to begin, then read audible and mushy Banerjee and that's also very common in the Coronavirus origin, for example, says in in the verse of Moodle, you

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either come to Isla Sala, or you to believe when you stand for the prayer that make all the right and Allah says wash your hands, wash your face, and so on and so forth. When you're going to stand for the president do something obviously it doesn't mean after you finish the prayer, because the widow has to be done before the prayer right. So the meaning is either meaning when you're about to stand for the prime when you're ready to stand for the prayer. Make sure that you've done will do right and a lot of soldier says and under the verse

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when you say

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Be then be just obviously doesn't mean that after you spoken to just right, because that doesn't make any sense, right. So therefore the meaning is what? before you speak, make sure that you speak with justice, right? You speak in honesty with integrity, truthfulness, and so on. And another the third example of that is the reversal of hijab, Abuja, when it came to the wives of the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasallam.

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What he does,

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when you want to seek something from them, or ask them something, then ask them from behind the curtain behind the veil, right, so when the companions is to come, or the students of the companions is to come, and they want you to speak to

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one of the other mothers of the believers, out of respect for them on honoring them, they would speak to them behind the curtain, right? So actually, we would teach that she would have many companions, many men would come, and she would write Hadith to them, and she would teach them and she was one of the most prolific readers of the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But she would have a country or a veil between her and those men because of this verse, right? And obviously, the meaning of the verse is not that, you know, once you've asked your question, then put the chapter, obviously, the meaning is that before you ask the question, make sure that there is a

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curtain and available, right. And so that's how the majority of the scholars understood the stereotype. And even logically makes sense that when you're about to read the command, you want to learn how to remove from U shaped bar, right, and all of these, you know, whisperings and temptations, and so on, and so forth, and all of that explanation that we've given over the last couple of weeks. So that was the opinion of the majority of the scholars of Islam. And that is a strong opinion, a large soldier knows best. And it's even been reported among some scholars that they said, you do both start off with this terrible finish with this tag, right? So you start off

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with the blemishes on one gene, and you finish with a bonobo gene. But the stronger opinion out of those is the opinion that says that you just do it at the beginning, or before you about to begin the recitation of the Quran. so clear. Any questions about that? Any?

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we do. So we're gonna come up to the top asking, What if you will? That's okay. If it's at the beginning of the surah, waterflow midway, right, then what do you start with? And what don't you start with? That's gonna, we're going to don't jump the gun. We're gonna do that shallow. We're taking our time in the right way.

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The question is, who said you do both?

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And I remember reading it, but I don't remember who now.

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But it is it is mentioned someone's policy to both. And the reason why some of the scholars did that one, one thing you'll find is when there's differences of opinion in terms of gender issues, one of the things that certain scholars like to do is try to join between the opinions, right, right, try to reconcile and it is like a, an approachable sort of fit that when you have differing opinions among scholars, if you can reconcile between them, then you should do so right, because you avoid conflict, you will contradiction. And so therefore, some of the speller said that it was only like one name or two names, and most that said, I don't remember exactly who. But you will find them for

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example, if you go back to properties of serum and caffeine and so on, they go through this whole issue in a lot of detail. And the world's best

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any questions from sisters or

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the Bismillah?

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sky, either. The sky that is essentially the fuselage mission circle are off mentioning sort of

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But we mentioned them before. And during the notes, I think so the notes if you go to the portal, you'll find them in the notes 98.

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And solar cloud office actually

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something like that.

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As an example,

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is that an example from the sooner

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the car either before restitution?

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Yeah, there is a common to that as well. So actually,

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How do you balance between simply

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70 accepted it and having a personal bond builder.

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So how do you

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combine it balance

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Well, how do you balance between not being arrogant and assuming that allies except your deed, and between having good thoughts of alignment, we could have a lot that he held separately, right. And that's why this one is to say that the believer is in between the two wings of hope and fear, right. That's what that means. The hope is not lost mercy that he accepts good means that it was sincere and you did the action in the way that it should have been performed, acceptable deed, but at the same time, you're fearful that Allah subhanaw taala may reject the deed, because only Allah knows the situation or the state of our hearts and our piety at the time of the deed. And that's where you

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have those statements from a law firm are used to say, or the love or anger, if I knew that a lot only accepted one of my deeds, I will place all of my opinions, right. And that's what he's saying, because he feels that a law may have rejected some of those these range of statements from the law and other companions, that they would rather be like a branch are a bark of a tree or something else, then be a human because the tree is not going to be held to account, right, there's no punishment for the tree. And so they used to say these statements are said, because they were fearful. And these were obviously the greatest companions, and the most knowledgeable the most

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pilots are the most righteous, but they had that fear within them. Or that, you know, that kind of like sense that maybe a large origin, doesn't accept some of these deeds, or hasn't accepted some of those deeds. And that was from their humbleness and humility. And I've taken for granted, what I must have handled, Allah has given to them in terms of favor and blessings. And that's important. So you're constantly in between those two things you hope in a large reward. And if you did good that Allah will reward you, but at the same time, we don't take it for granted. Because if you take it for granted, you become lacks, right? That's where one comes in and says, Oh, no, but you know,

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you've already prayed and it's already been accepted or, you know, for example, that whole thing, right, I'll sin, and then we'll do a good deal on a white person away. That's a very common point of Shakedown. Right? Okay, do the simple Quran if you follow up a bad deal with the good deed, then the bad deeds right away? Right, but what guaranteed Do you have the alloxan, that good deed that only works to provide access to good tea? So therefore, when shape arm comes in, he uses those types of whisperings. Again, it's that type of pride, right? That type of haughtiness, right, like shape partner release, that just because his origins were better. Therefore, by necessity, he's better

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than everything else that a law creates. And it's not how it works. Right. And so therefore, those types of presumptions, those types of assumptions, they are dangerous. Okay, let's come on shala. The second issue with regards to this tiada is, its ruling. Is it watching? Or is it recommended? So for example, if you're going to start reading the Quran, right, just say right now, we'll start reading the Quran, Surah Baqarah. Allah, any sort of the Quran must you recite is the either first is an obligation. And when we say obligation in terms of establish what that means is that if you don't do it, what happens? You're sinful. If you don't do it, you're going to be sinful. It's haram

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upon me to read the Koran without reading this. That's what that means. obligation? Or is it recommended? What is recommended mean? It means that you'll be rewarded if you do it, but if we don't do it, there's no sin. Right? And that's like, generally in the sauna outside of the Salah, whenever you read in the Quran, must you say before you begin to be lacking the sheep energy? Is there a must on a mask? So this follows different over this issue into two opinions. The first opinion is that it is

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it is an obligation. And those follows of how they said that in the prayer or outside of the prayer man ever you're going to read the Koran, you must always begin with the SGR. Right? So the first thing you start with is what are the Billahi min ash upon a budget. And this was the period of some of the noteworthy scholars of the past from amongst them was aka, aka hula hula is one of the scholars of the tervuren from the students of Abdullah bass

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series, the name that we're going to come across many, many times I thought was a free sleeve was a scheme that was emancipated. And he became from the closest students of Mr. Bass, but the lower engelmann stood with him and he went to see him and he became a great scholar. And he became so well known for his scholarship, that he was known as the Mufti of Mecca. In his time, obviously, in his time, the Euro, the tiberi. He was known as the Mufti of Makkah, to the extent that you know, like henchmen everyone used to gather together and you have like, literally hundreds or 1000s of tourists coming for Hajj annually. The halifa used to announce no one should give, enhance, except

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use the Move to matter. So obviously, like, you know, even now, you know, every group has a shift that they take, because there's so many issues in hands right people make mistakes, people

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Don't know what's going on people like mishap things and do things incorrectly and so on. And so you, you often find people giving fatwa. And because you can imagine the time of the tiberian, you have literally 1000s of amazing scholars, right? We're not just talking about anyone and everyone, we have some serious heavyweight names. And you can imagine what people do in different factors, different opinions, and just causing, like confusion. So the clip of the time of the governor of Makkah, he made an edict he gave like a ruling. No one should give fatwa in hand, except for

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an amazing person. If you read his biography is amazing. There's a story of aka Rahim, Allah was once in the masjid pray, right? And the halifa. This is the immediate dynasty, the halifa took his two sons, and he said, let's go to our part, because I want you to study with him, I want you to learn from him. Right? And you know, the whole half of that time, no, despite their weaknesses, and the mistakes that they made, they had this love for Islam, generally speaking, and they had this thing about knowledge, or at least on other scholars, and so on. And they wanted their children to at least have a level of scholarship, a level of understanding of knowing Islam. So he takes his two

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sons and he wants to go and learn from above. They go into the masjid, and they find that Akbar is praying is praying. It's in the middle of the morning, just praying knuffle prayers. And the halifa being the Khalifa. Right? knew that if he had said to upon you come to my palace and teach my children, I would have said no, right? The student goes to the teacher, the teacher doesn't go to the student. So he was trying to preempt this by going to the machine himself, he listens. And he comes on our path.

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And it's bringing his love for prayer. And the nephew of the seller was long, right? So like, no, two minutes, and you're done is literally like taking a long time. So the halifa said to his sons Wait here, let me go and walk past him right by his side, let me walk in front of him. So you can see in the corner of his eye that the halifa is here. And they will speed up this prayer right quick and up your haste and we'll finish the prayer. And then we'll come and deal with us. Because you know, we're standing at the back, he's at the front, he doesn't even know we're here. Okay, so the halifa goes and he walks towards the front of the store upon can see in the corner of his eye out of

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the corner of his eye, the halifa is in the masjid waiting for him.

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And then he goes back. Raka doesn't care, right, he's busy. He's playing, and he finishes his Salah. And then he stands up and starts again. Right? Just gets up and starts again. And then when he's finished when he's finished praying, right, what is going to know me pray. When he's finished with his with his noir film is finished doing what he was going to do. Then he turns around, and he goes to the halifa. And he gives him some lamps. And he says, How can I help him? So he says that I bought my son's book my sons because they have questions and they want to learn about certain issues and so on. So about sit with him and he teaches them what they want you to know, answer their

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questions, deals with it. And then the halifa at the end, he says to him apart, tell me what I can do for you. Right? You did this for us, tell me what I can do for you. And that was pretty common to qualify the governors and so on. They will honor people right? They will enter politics, they will honor scholars, the people came in what do you need, right? Can I help you financially? Is there a favor that I can do for you and so on. So I'll pass it to the Khalifa. I feel embarrassed standing in the house of Allah that I should ask for other than Allah

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I feel embarrassed standing in the house of Allah that I should ask for other than Allah

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the reverse like a slap them for the Khalifa like like, Okay, no problem. And then it's like, let's walk outside. Walk with me, right? I'm believing walk with me. So he makes our walk with him until he comes outside of the masjid. And then he says to aka now we're outside of the house of Allah now us right now outside the house of Allah, tell me what you need. So our constant stream I feel embarrassed that I was just in the house of Allah. And now I should ask him other than the last panel.

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And then he can run run back in and he started playing the halifa turned to his sons and he said, I've never been humiliated like this before in my life. Never been humiliated like this before. Because this is how the spiders why they had this reason they have this like knowledge was more important to them than anything else. So the point is, is like the heavyweight name. So he was of this opinion. And by the way, Aqua has both opinions. Right? So that doesn't really help. But he has both opinions at this time either is obligatory and that it's recommended. He has both narrations are mentioned from above.

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But the opinion that is valued was also mentioned from the valley school of thought Old School of Law.

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law in his book of law says that it is also watched and the reason why this is watching the proof is that the taking the apparent meaning of the verse right Allah says that when you go back to the salon, make this jargon, right? See our Ruby language ship analogy. And that's a command right? I'm gonna lock command something What does that mean?

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means a subliminal

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Right. Generally speaking, I'm gonna lob command something in the parameter. Allah says pray, doesn't mean if you want to pray, pray means, pray. You have to pray. Right give us a call means you have to give zakat. Right make Hajj means you have to make hatch. So the obligatory order the commendable larusso engine denotes an obligation.

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So that's the opinion of those files, the vast majority of the spirit of the standard from amongst the companions, and after the companions were of the opinion that it is Mr. hub, it is recommended. So based on that second opinion, if you were to read the Quran without making this terrible, so you sit down you say, Elif Lam, Meem, vertical cutter, right, or in the middle of the of the surah. You just start off right young lady in the middle. So any verse of the Quran, you can just start to read it without this the either and you're not sinful. It's perfectly allowed. However, they said that it is better, more rewarding, closer to the son of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that you read the st

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either before you start recitation.

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And this is the opinion that the Quran the Quran, or the the scholars of the Quran recitation, they have this opinion that you should, it is highly recommended that you always begin with this child, whether at the beginning of the syrup, or whether in the middle of the summer, you always begin with this child. And this was the pinion opinion that it is recommended his opinion of companions like a brahma

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vihara the opinion of many of the temporary apart again has disappeared in our hustle and bustle in New serien Ibrahim Nasri and ozeri authority, Rahim Allah and his opinion upon Abu hanifa. Mr. McDermott,

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the majority of the Sheffield. Sheffield is followers, the sponsors of his method. So the vast majority of the scholars of Islam hold this opinion. Right, they hold this opinion, one name that isn't mentioned here amongst the 40 members of Suzman. Mmm. And there's a reason for that, but we'll discuss that in the show. So they said that it is it is recommended, Mr. hub? Why is it? So why? Why did they take that verse of the Quran? and not take literally, Alonso just says when you read the Quran, say tanaji and that's why did they say that that command is an obligatory prayer is recommended.

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Okay, because it's an issue of etiquette.

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Okay, but you still have the rest, right? So

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in order for the verse not to be taken literally, as a commander denotes obligation? What do you need? You need another?

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evidence, right? You need to have you need something else to show you that actually is not like that, right? So for example, let me give an example. Alonzo church in the Koran. When he speaks about

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the state of Ohio, one of the things that you can't do is hunt. Right? This hunt, right? So you can't hunt. You can't hunt game. Then why social says What are you gonna handle first.

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But when you come out of the state of Iran, then go and hurt. And it's a command.

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Go and hunt. And it's a command.

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So all of you that I've had, and so on when you came out of Iran, how many of you

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know something? Why? So it's a command from a lot go and hunt. But then none of us went on hunt, right? No, no goes hunting. How do you take that verse? that apparently seems to say that it's obligatory to go and hunt. And say actually doesn't mean go on hunting in something else.

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Taken, taken from how do we make that leap, we make that leap because of another evidence, right. And in this case, the evidence will be

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that is why the person never hunted after coming to the restaurant.

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Didn't go on hunt for the companions didn't go hunt, which shows what then shows you the verse isn't literal, only means is that now you're out of the state of Iran, it's allowed for you to go hunting again. And from the eloquence of the Arabic language, Allah said in the command form to show you the knowledge halaal. Right, to that extent, right. It's like from the elements of the Arabic language. So therefore you are that's why it's so important when you come and study like these issues. Never take a verse or a hadith in isolation, right? You have to bring everything together, and you have to take a comprehensive overview. So likewise, the same here, right? So when the Prophet salallahu

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alayhi wa sallam often when he would see or read the ad, or write down verses of the Quran, or when he was giving a hotel when he would be speaking and he would say, read the Koran. There are many instances in the center where he wouldn't begin with this character. wouldn't say

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I would say this midlife was the beginning of the surah. Or sometimes he would just read the verse. And he wouldn't say I want to be leadership on the road, and you will find that many if you go to any Hadith book and you look at his, the way the person used to mention verses of the Quran, you'll find this very common. Okay. And so therefore, that shows, and this is why the vast majority of the scholars will this opinion, because the general sooner shows that the professor never used to make these tiada each and every single time. So therefore, it is recommended, right. And some of the scholars the way that they reconcile between those two, is that they said if it's the adverse,

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right, you're just the adverse that you're reading it off to meet this data. But if you're not going to sit down and read the Quran for five minutes, 10 minutes, half an hour, right, you're going to do some recitation of the Quran, then it's recommended for you to make this geography. But if I'm giving a lecture here, and I'm going to read, you know, verse because it's part of the lesson or as part of

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the relationship on the regime each and every single time. Okay, and so that's how I suppose some of reconcile between the two. And this is even like some of the spoilers because there's only like one or two names in the history of the standard scholarship that said that it is wise to make these tiada. Some of the scholars said that there is a generic that it is Mr. hackage Madeline's consensus, but it means that the scholars have unanimously agreed on a certain position, and that is one of the strongest evidences in Islam, because it means that all of the Muslims have agreed on a point if the Muslims are the scholars rather not every Muslim scholars agree on a single point, it

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means that it is one of the strongest evidences in our religion. So if another company Rahim Allah in His FCM, he said, there is a man that it is nice to have each Matic consensus of the scholars that is diverse in relationship on the regime is recommended. Right. And likewise, the number socks, he was one of the great scholars of the of the Hanafi madhhab. He said, after mentioning the Akbar Rahim, Allah said that it is

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obligatory, he said, this goes against each map of the center. He said that his opinion goes against the man of the center, and apart, as we said, has both opinions generated from him.

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Remember, Socrates said that his other opinion shouldn't be counted. And remember,

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to sort of see Liberty as another famous classical work of the field, he also said that there is each map, right?

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Didn't see that there was a competition that the vast majority of scholars said that it is, Mr. hub, it is recommended that you make this to other but it is not something which, which you have to do, it's not an obligation. Either way, though, it's simply that you should do, especially if you want to sit down and read some Koran, it is something that you should do, and you should be in the habit of doing. And if you have children, and they want to be number one, is something that you should get them into the habit of doing, irrespective of the fact that whether it's sinful or sinful, just because of the blessing of that wedding, right. So we've spent like, this is the third week of

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Indonesia. And we've spoken so much about the meaning and its importance and how how, like, how much of a pivotal role it should play within our lives. So therefore, it's something that we should be like accustomed to doing, right? It's something that we want our children to be accustomed to do that when they're reading the Koran, they're making this chart and, inshallah, if we get there, we're going to speak about the different instances in which the prophet SAW them recommended, seeking refuge in Allah seeking a loss protection from shavonne and so on. And so therefore, that's something also which I think is important. So that brings us on to another issue and the issue is

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Okay, any questions or questions?

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Okay, so is the str that in Surah Tauba.

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So this is kind of a clue to the best Malaysian right? So when you say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim at the beginning of every surah the exception to that is Surah octoberat, also known as surah. But yes, the other is made to the island is always made. So whether it's at the beginning of a surah midway of surah, so if you could start off by reading Surah Tauba. You would say our relationship animoji borough attorney

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and you start that's the opinion of the opinion of the qura. My, when I say camera, you guys know what I mean by camera? Right? I don't mean like, you know, like, when I say reciters, I don't mean like, I just mean sharply, from talking about is like the classical scholars, who are the image leaders or the Imams of

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an era and how its recitation should be done. And they took that recitation from the companions of the Prophet. Some of us took it from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? And they are the ones that we attribute our rules of digital, right? So when we say we're reading in watch, or we're reading on halfs, or we're reading in any era, this is what we're talking about. The poor

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Right, you might have a shot to be abama Danny that we mentioned last week, and before the right, the latest photos of the rod, but the earliest scholars were going all the way back to the likes of the tiberi. And the teachers from amongst the companions. That's what we mean by by when we say pora. In our body language, karate means any recite of the body, right? You got your messages and the members of body and, you know, everyone lines up lots of bodies now, but when we're speaking in, like organic sciences, and we're speaking about the field and we say, Cora, we're talking about the mammals, right? We're talking about humans live like well over 1000 years ago, and how they would

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recite the Quran. And that's why when you read in the Quran to a chef, it gives you an ijazah. Right, which is the the chain of narration from you all the way back to the children. You read in the Quran, according to that level. And that standard of Iraq says something which is preserved from generation to generation. So they were of the opinion that you should read the str the old Serato Toba And likewise, at the beginning, or at the end or in the middle of any recitation is to either it's always done, as opposed to the best mother. Right. Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, which we'll come on to properly mess with next week. But Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim is only at the beginning of the

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surah it's only the beginning of the surah. Can you read it midway? Yes, you can read it midway, because I don't think that it's haram to read the Midway. But it's not generally the thing that is done, because a large soldier doesn't say read the best manner. But he says read this T either. And so therefore the recitation, you proceeded with this to either and not necessarily the best manner and this is the beginning of the soil into the question.

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Is it required to read this translation?

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Is it required to read this tiada when you read the translation, no.

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Because the translation is in the Quran, translation of the meanings of the Quran is not the Quran. Right? It's like reading an Islamic book, right? If you pick up for 30 seconds to see the Beaconsfield, it's not the Quran. You don't start by saying or the balance sheet unless you can if you want to, but it's not something that you have to do.

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And it's just any questions?

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Okay. So the next issue is insula. If I'm reading I want to be learning machine phonology before recitation, right? So we have this opinion that it's now recommended, before you start using the language

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in the Salah, is that done in every single regard, or only once at the beginning of the surah? So for example, we read salt, the salt model, right? And

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so when you say

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right at the beginning of the startup, and you start with your brand right along the bank being you will be in

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the beginning, and then you say shaytani r rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil. Right. And then you carry on with Surah Taha, and then you read another surah. And then you go into record, or record such that you guys know the following. You're gonna go through the first record, and then you stand up to the second record. What do you stop? That's the question.

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Do you start with our older we live in a condo regime again? Bismillah R Rahman Rahim, Al hamdu Lillah? Or do you just say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu lillahi wa.

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So this is another issue with because to the to.

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The vast majority of the scholars of Islam are of the opinion that in the Salah, your recitation of the Quran is one. It's all one recitation, which therefore means what do you do with this data? You only make this data once. Right. So that's the opinion of the majority of the spot.

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bustling monetary authority proceeding, Paul's

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offering him a maximum. And one of his one of his narrations from

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Roman law, all of them said that you just see all the relationship and the regime at the beginning of the saga, and you don't need to repeat it. So the second recap, you don't have to say it again, the third car, you don't have to again, if there's a fourth or you don't have to say it again, once it's enough for the wholesaler

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and they base that on.

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on two things. Number one,

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they said that the Salah is all one Vicar.

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So even when you're not reading or what are you doing? You're making the crapola. Right? You say Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah Allah, you're making dua to Allah it is Vicar. this the other day said is when you break the recitation of the Quran with worldly issues, right? So if you're reading the Quran, and then you get up to go to the bathroom as you go and have a meal

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You go out with your friends, you get a phone call and a half an hour, emails and so on. And then you come back to the art. Now you begin with this tip again, because you broke it up with something else, right? not remembering Allah, you did something else. But if the whole thing is just remembrance of Allah is making the code you're reading, or are you making them or whatever else it is, and then you come back to you don't have to make this jargon again. Right? That's the first reasoning that they give. The second reason which is stronger, is based on the head if Have you thought of your loved one. And he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he would

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stand up for the second rocker in the sutra, he wouldn't pause, but he would begin recitation.

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He wouldn't pause, meaning what? That he wouldn't stay silent. Right? So you know, when you first saw the message, he pauses, right? There's a pause, because he's making the opening, versus making open that that support. So in the hearts of your loved ones, Hades is in

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Sahih Muslim, and he was a Muslim. He said that when he would stand up for the second record, he wouldn't pause. But he would be getting recitation immediately. And so they use that as an evidence, the vast majority of the scholars to show that there's no mistake, right, the person wouldn't stay silent. And he wouldn't say this to you either out loud. Right, so therefore, he wouldn't be discharged. And he would just continue, and they would carry on in that way. And this was the opinion of Amanda rahula. And others hormones as well as many scholars had this opinion. And then some of the scholars the second opinion is obviously the opposite, which is that you read this the

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either at the beginning of every record, every record that you stand up in the first thing that you're going to start with is what are the blemishes on the regime, according to that second opinion, and this was the opinion of Alabama, Nevada University, and it is one of the opinions in the chevron method is one of the opinions of the Chevy Mazda. And remember, no, no law said that in our method, it is recommended that you see this tiara in every single rocker

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rocker, and this is the pinnacle. Remember, our favorite rahimullah also said this. Again, one of the things that we haven't mentioned is Imam Malik in America has an interesting take on this jar that is solid. In America Rahim Allah says that his child that is only for the for the Salah has only enough of Salah in optional prayer. Or in the young lady, you see all the relationship on the regime. But in your obligatory Salah, so fragile, Bahasa Malaysia, any obligatory sorta the five daily prayers you don't say this job? Because he said this isn't from the Quran. And we covered that already. Right. All the scholars agree that this isn't from the Quran diverse, I wouldn't be lying

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the shape and the regime, that wording is an inverse of the command to read it Yes, as in the Quran. But the wording of the language and the regime is not a verse of the Quran. So this is if my mother in law said that it's not something that you should do in the obligatory prayers. Why does he allow it in the illogical president?

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Why does the logical players?

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Yeah, so that's one reason because obviously, the optional player is slightly more lacks, right in terms of its rulings is slightly more lacks, right? So another professor would write and he would read the options seller would write on this animal beast, and he would read optimal sauna. But when it came to obligatory prayers, he would get down and he would stop, and he would stand and he would pray. So it's a bit more easier going right. And so as I said, Okay, the devil prayers, and emulate because there's actually explicit Hadith, in which the process under said, this era is mentioned in the heavy from the wedding, that is said to be lightly shaped by the regime in pm only.

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And we mentioned that last week, or the week before. And so therefore, based on that, he said, it's something that you're doing,

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or something that you do optional prayers, and it's not something which you do in the obligatory prayer. And that's why in the opinions that we've mentioned, in my mind, his name doesn't come up. Right. In my mind, it doesn't have a view, because often he doesn't think that it's something that you should be doing anyway. Right. And so therefore, his opinion isn't something which is mentioned.

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And then we come on to a related issue, and that is, do you read this out loud or not? Is it said out loud? Or is it said, silent? Is Thiago? So in the sada when you go back to play? Do you see all the blemishes on the rug and loud? Obviously this is like in congregational prayer, right? Does the man say it out loud? Or does he say it silent? The vast majority of the scholars are of the opinion that it said silently

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And this is the opinion of the for the football alpha men Ali, Abdullah

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in Abu hanifa Imam Muhammad, one of the opinions in the referee matter. And in my medical, he says that it is allowed to do it in the optional presence on all of them say that it's something that you should do, sign me something that you should do sign it. And then other scholars said, No, it's something that you do our lab. So just as you know, some of the scholars come on to this for some of the scholars of the opinion that you see.

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Right in the salon, you probably come across this when you're praying the handsome Imams, even for Fatiha they will say that Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Allah, and then they will start with sort of attacking the law. Right. And we'll come on to the the issue later on.

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But some of the scholars were of the opinion that you do the same with this tjaarda you'll say

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Team smilla Rahmanir Rahim, Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen say Allah. And this is said that it is the opinion of

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your loved one. And it's also one of the opinions in the chapter in

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an amount of chapter in his book,

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book that he wrote himself rahimullah, he mentioned this as an aeration from above or below the alarm.

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And he said in membership, and he commented on this, he said that you make this tea either out loud. And if you do it, then there's no problem

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to do both. But he said that it's something that you should do.

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And that's why the chef has a third opinion. And that is that you have a choice in our lab where you can sit aside. And you can you have the choice between the two, even amelita Rahim Allah was also one of the great scholars of the past, he said that both of them are good, singing out loud sometimes, and sing quietly, sometimes both of them are allowed. But the vast majority of scholars said that it's something that you should say silently. And that is a stronger opinion, simply because that is what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to do.

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Said, the only time you will do it out loud is to teach someone. So if you're eating the salad with your children, you want to teach them what they should recite in Salah, okay, you can do it, right. Or if you have some new Muslims, and you're teaching them how to pray and you're praying to leading them in Salah, you can do our love to teach them that the vast majority of the times it is something which you should do silently. And that is the opinion of the vast majority of the scholars. And it's also the opinion of the Quran

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is that you make this clear either side, that's in the Salah, what about outside the Sahara?

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Outside the sun?

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Outside the solar they say you do a lot.

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So if you're reading the Quran,

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you know, you're sitting down to the message of the home and you want to eat Sora to help you to eat whatever you want to read, then you say

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this to either the best manner said out loud, and then you start and that's the preferred opinion the most awkward rock

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even though there is some difference of opinion, Brits the permanent preferred opinion amongst the poor up and the last soldier knows best. Any questions on that issue?

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The sisters official please collateral.

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the first recall, according to the official

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No. So this, the question is do you recycle before every sort of just at the beginning? It's just at the beginning. So just a bit faster once you've done it once, then you don't need to do it again, even in the opinion that says that you can use

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is only at the beginning of the record, right? Because the rest of it.

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So when you read in fact had been under the sort of interest moving from one server to another, and that

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was the question at the back. Yeah.

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You don't have to say it out loud.

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Okay, so the question is this jar that you have to read it aloud? like is that a muster? Can you read a Sunday? Can we just sign in if you want to Santa, and by the way, we say a lot of shelter shutdown right now like

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the whole world is. What it means is reading it in an audible voice to yourself

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so that you can hear it. That's what they mean. Not necessarily that is really loud.

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Any questions?

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people in the salon know whether or not

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Excuse me?

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How would people know whether or not the

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The second half? How would they know that even in the first quarter?

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I mean, it's mentioned is had eaten mentioned how the processor needs to be getting solid, right. So you would need to drive this if they're opening. And then you would say, on

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camera that's mentioned in other hobbies. Right. So the point of this highly

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relevant Sahih Muslim, is that in the second car, he would impose like that, as he did in the first to show that you don't make that repetition. Right. You don't have to repeat that again. But you just move on.

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That's why I understood from the question, I don't I may have misunderstood. And was the second question in regards to the My Malik's opinion regarding not being

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That's completely unrelated. So the question is,

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in my mind, it says that there is there isn't an answer, therefore, you don't have to read it, because neither is the root. So how do you marry between the two? So we take the solder from the process of them, right. So the process of them used to

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we know what he was citing every single part of the Sun Earth companion, related that to us. And so therefore, based on that, that's how you should pray. So this is the opinion of a medical Himalayan, he has, like, you know, his opinion. And as we said, stronger opinion, stronger opinion is that you do make this child, whether it's obligatory Sora, or whether it's optional. So you make this choice either, because that's the general, the General

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Resource, or the general texts from the from the sooner, that's what they show that you make the discharge. So as a matter of law, that's like the opinion very, very, very favorite Rahim Allah. And as we said, before, these are major scholars, even though there may only be one or two or three of them that have that opinion, that something which they considered to be strong, right. And it's something which they consider to be the correct opinion. And a large soldier knows best. And as the process of them said to us, when a scholar makes he hadn't had has an opinion based upon study. If he's correct a lot, we'll give him Tony Awards. And if he's incorrect, alone, give him one reward,

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right? Because he still has the reward of the efforts that he put in. Everyone's perfect, right, people didn't understand that it didn't come across to them. Or maybe they thought Saturday for week authentic wherever it may be. They have their reasoning for the opinions of the form. And a lot of soldier knows best.

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Right? Okay.

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So now we're going to move on to the places in which this data is recommended. You should read this.

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And I mentioned this in so many formula cast notes. By the way, how many of you guys are on the bottom?

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70 on the portal, right product progression.org. Some of you guys are looking like that.

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Okay, so, as we've said, like, over the last couple of weeks, this class has also been streamed online. But even if you're, if you're attending physically, I would recommend that you sign up to the portal.

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We, so you sign up to the portal Quranic progression.org. And the benefit of that is, even if you're attending the lessons live, you have the recordings available, right? So I think are they available in audio capacity?

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They will be in Sharla. That's like that really shout out on those. Okay, so a podcast so you can like just listen to the audios, and the visuals so like these lectures, you can go rewind them and watch them and so on. Number three, the class notes. So for this the either this cashflow trend and it's not as detailed as what we're going through, but it gives you like the structure of what we're going to be going through. And you know, we're going to do that in Charlotte throughout the whole series. Right? And so that's just something for you to follow. And then you can add on to that and you can go into and so on. And it just and it's all in one place where it's there for you. And the

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best thing is freedom. Right, we're not charging you anything. You don't have to pay rent, which I know that's why most of you didn't sign up here because you think they're gonna charge us like a monthly subscription or something. So, no, it's free from the lessor, you can go on something which I will recommend that you do anyway because there will be also times

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When I'm not going to be in the country, right when I'll be traveling, but this class will still take place online. So I'll be broadcasting live from wherever I am. And obviously, in those weeks, you don't need to come to the masjid. But you can still I mean, come to the machine to pray. Or maybe you can, yeah, maybe you can show them on the screen here.

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Depending But anyways, the point is that those these classes shall never be canceled, right? Until we finished the first academic year up until Ramadan next year. Even if I'm traveling the country or something else happens, whatever it may be, these classes will still in shalabi speed. So I would highly recommend parotid professional.org portal still under development. So it's something which, which I would, you know, be patient with shalaka something which in next few weeks will be up to scratch. And then you can also see basically what so these people online one posting the questions on the comments and so on. You know, you can see all of that as well, inshallah Tada. The other

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thing, before I forget, is I have an unmoderated post coming up

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on the 12th to the 14th. And we put this up here, the 12th of the 14th of October. And the reason why I'm mentioning this is because this is about two problems. One is called Lost in Translation. Where is the

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University of Birmingham?

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University of Birmingham Mashallah 12, the 14th of October, and that's on to the book. It's on how to contemplate the brown. So we're going to see is, you know, what, what did the law say? What did the professor let me say? What did the complainant say? What did the scholars have to say to double is a very personal thing is contemplation. How do you take all of that information that you're learning and use it in a way that increases your Eman brings you closer to Allah subhanaw taala. And so it's a completely different type of Quranic study. And the shallow will go through over the weekend, so we can cause the shallow life you go to the top, you'll get all the details, but

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something which I would highly recommend not because it was way closer than that, because it's a very neglected topic. If you ask the vast majority of Muslims across the world, what's the double? Or how'd you contemplate the Quran? They won't be able to tell you even though a large number on Townsend's

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Why don't they contemplate the Quran? Right? And the second is most of us don't even know contemplation is how do you even begin to contemplate the Quran. And the difference between Tafseer and contemplation is the seal is something that you do with a scholar, right? You come to a class, you learn what someone has studied, you go through the classical looks at the fear. contemplation is something that our losses every Muslim should do. Why don't they contemplate? So you don't need to be a spa. The whole point is that it's personal, right? You're not teaching this to anyone, right? You're not writing a book about this will give me a, you know, a lecture on this or teaching course

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on this program. The point is that this is personally for you, for your family for your children. Right, this is for you and your, your group of people, and is to learn how to contribute. So I just wanted to mention that as well. Okay, so this era, where do we make this channel? So we've done already a couple so you know, we're just kind of like whizzed through a couple of these. The first one is obviously restitution of the crime right? So as we've mentioned, numerous times tells us to make this tiara before we read the Quran, number two

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is winshape non tendency when shaytan whispers

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right, misshapen insights you to do something a large audiences make the str. So lots of panatela says we're in millions of anatomy, the shape body, there's one static builder, when she comes and he plugs you in sites you he whispers to you, then seek refuge in Allah and this verses and sort of color off, verse number 200. Right. And similar to it is the verses in verse number 797 98. What will rob be or will be coming hamazon shall

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be corrupt.

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Our ly seek refuge in You from the presence or from the incitement of the shouting right from the whisperings and I seek refuge in You over law, that they should be present, that they should come and draw close to you. Right. And so this is also part of the STR and then you have a verse in Surah Surah verse number two the monarch soldier says in the levena topo in a seven party formula shape, Juanita come for either

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those who have piety, those who have Taqwa will shape our insights them whispers to them, they remember Allah and then they

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she's she's less explanation

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to the total for either Musil right? They are reminded of Allah and then they see the errors of their ways. They see the errors of their ways. So Alonzo did the same. When shaper comes and he whispers to you, incite you to do some sin, you know, plants and evil thought into you one of the easiest and greatest and most beneficial ways of removing

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That doubt that seed of Whisper is just to say how to build a machine.

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And now shala when you say it, you know what it means, you know, you know the importance of that statement, the gravity of that statement, you know what it means to seek refuge and Allah subhanaw taala. And it is that important, right? And that's why you don't have this thing where it's become, like fairly common in amongst us now, where people have this, you know, like an hour, but the quality was wasn't right. So people just constantly in doubt, right, they constantly have to keep on coming and whispering to them. And they're always constantly indulging in Salah. And so you don't get this amongst the companions, because they understood the meaning of this child and its power.

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And so we should probably come down to the relationship on the regime, it was enough. The problem is now that we see it so many times, but it doesn't have any benefit, right? It doesn't make an impact upon us. Because we don't really know what it means when we lost touch with these car on these drives, and so on and so forth. So that's the second time so the first time is

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quite traditional. And the second time is when she whispers to you or he wants you to do something, you know, sin, whatever. Then you say I want to be like mushy, Panaji.

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always talking with Allah.

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We'll break for the other.

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spinoff from the last a lot of cell levels will be lower early on and well now.

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We have about 10 minutes. I think Salas. I don't know if she'll be carrying over Surely it's anyone have any questions? You don't have a cure? Ha, I think we should just carry on.

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And assist. Is there any questions?

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Yep, speak up. Sorry.

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So the question is, like, if you're reading this job that I would love to teach someone, I think question was, what's the general ruling?

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So when when it comes to teaching, so Okay, so there's two things number one is, you teach the Salah outside of the Salah, right? So if you're teaching someone to pray, prayer is not the prayer time so you're sitting down with them and teaching them what to read.

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Each every position report, this is what you see in search that this is what you say, number one, or even if you're doing it with the actions, but it's not actually the salary, so you're going through the motions. But it's not necessarily that you're praying, you're just teaching them, right. So it's like the instruction. And then sometimes you do it once to actually do massages, if you're playing with young children. And you say it's adorable, even if it's one of the last players to read out the car out loud, it's something which is permissible, right? To teach, right with the intention of teaching someone. So a lot of your loved one, sometimes the dualist, if that was if that was the

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first drive that you make when you bring in the sauna. So for example, your alarm will be handed sometimes insula and congregational Salah, when he was leaving the companions, he would read it out loud. And then he would say, I did it to teach people who don't know, because you've always constantly got new people coming in new Muslims, travelers, you know, Bedouin Arabs coming in, and so on. And the only time in case that they would learn is through the Salah. And

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if you look at his philosophy, we'll do this quite often, he would leave things or you would do things or he would read things out loud, to teach people. So it's something shallow, which which is fine, for the purposes of teaching in Sharla. But as long as they know, obviously, then that means if they stop with that, it's something they should do something

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Okay, so number three, right, so we did three, two places two times when you make this job either number three, is when shavon comes and he

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whispers to you about a loss of habitat makes you doubt in a larger region, or your worship of Allah or your existence of Allah subhanaw taala the province of a low rd will send them sitting there, how do you avoid a lot of your love language is split in the valley and Muslim is to get a

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or a book.

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Right. So he said shavon comes to one of you. And he says to you says who created such and such, and who created such and such until he keeps escalating. And then he says who created your Lord, who created your Lord. So when he does that, then say all the behind the shavonda regime and stay away. So this habit is actually a very powerful, interesting idea. Because the processor is saying to us this is how shape one begins, right shape, one always starts off very small, the seed is always reasonable. And it's often something which you find acceptable. Or even if you don't find it acceptable the first time, the second the third the fourth time, it becomes acceptable for you.

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Right. So she really goes for the killer it really goes into shift you know from like A to Zed right? It doesn't go from zero to one. But what we'll do is we'll come and plant the seed and it'll be very small right? So like we have in the alpha ratio in our bass for the moment ship first appeared on the earth right in the time before no Hollywood cinema, you know, you had those righteous men who when they pass delivery on come and said, said to the people, why don't you create statues in the images just so that they will remind you of their piety and the goodness and then you will be like that? So it's a very innocent kind of excuse, right? That social outcomes and it's only

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once the people have bought into that concept that it starts to escalate, escalate, escalate it will Josie Rahim Allah in his book Toby's in least the devil's deception right which we have like a I think in English is summarized version has been translated. He mentions a story that's narrated from a hustle and bustle Rahim Allah

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has an apostle he said that there was a man who once came and he heard other people

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