Assim Al-Hakeem – Lessons In Fiqh 34

Assim Al-Hakeem
AI: Summary © The first edition of Fudger prayer time provides insight into the importance of good manners in Islam, including being a powerful person and being a powerful person. The use of words to signal the presence of the Prophet and the importance of good manners in Islam is discussed, including the use of negative language to signal the presence of the Prophet and the church's events. The speakers emphasize the importance of truthfulness and avoiding negative language in the context of legal cases.
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hamdulillah sala

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de Soto Vienna Mohammed widely ala alihi wa sahbihi wa minetta big he was in the vicinity he led salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. And welcome to lessons in

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to continue studying the chapter that deals with then we have Hadith 144 and it's a long Hadith it is filled with so many points that should be studied. And we talked about it a lot. And just to recap, Brother Mohammed will read it again for us. Narrated Abdullah bin Zayed bin Abdullah B. Low one, a man appeared to me while I was asleep, and told me to say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, meaning allies the most great and he mentioned the other day with Allahu Akbar four times with our G without our G and the Kama wants except katama to Sala,

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meaning at the press stood ready to begin. He repeated a twice he Abdullah said, when it was morning I went to Allah messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said it is a true vision. Ahmed added to the end of the bow Hadid the story of Milan statement in the fudge Alon salado hi Roman and now prayer is better than sleep. Okay.

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Do you have something else? Or that's all

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regarding Zaman reporting from NSLs lm there it is from the sooner that we have the more than say in the first edition of fudger prayer time higher Allah Allah Allah Allah come to success he says also a salado hi Ron Mira No. Now we talked a lot about this hadith and

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Brother Mohammed mentioned the word tera jeer Does anyone have you know what gi is

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we mentioned other vittata read a lot for up

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the high voice you know about Malik you say you say in low breath first you whisper then you say it out loud. What then like you say the whole thing just as you had this issue?

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Okay. You agreed and

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I saw you say w times, like twice what that is to say double terms, no.

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Gs. Now, how many sentences? Are there in the other?

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Yes, and this is Allahu Akbar, one, Allahu Akbar 2347 or 17 or 19.

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You have to count them.

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There are 50. Now in some hadiths, it goes up to 17 and others, it goes up to 19. And we will go in Sharla. We'll talk about this charging year in the normal event that we know which is the 15 sentences. You say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, loud. And then you say in a whispering voice, that you only hear and those who are next to you say a shadow Allah in a in a more a shadow and

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then you say talk in a loud voice or shadow Allah, Allah in the form and then you repeat again, a shadow under Mohammed de la twice in a in a soft voice, then you say loud again, this is called the Jia Mustafa.

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So when you're doing that, then you're not supposed to make it. Sound on the microphone if you if you because you could say it with a loud voice and then widespread but also on the microphone and people are still going to hear

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Know You can say it on the microphone. But that doesn't necessarily mean that you are shouting it, that advan is to notify. So when you shout say a lot about this is shouting, but if I say Allahu Akbar, those who are next to me and those who are listening to the mic, it will not reach as far as the actual event. And this is the sooner to make it. And if you make their gear or you don't make their gear, both ways can be acceptable, because both is sooner. So you have no problem with this insha Allah. Now. Also, there's an addition of a woman who's aima only in fudger prayer, that you may add a Salatu hieron mina Now, what does that mean, Fadi? that prayer is better than going to

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sleep in prayer is better than sleeping, you have to go to sleep. But it's better than sleeping in this is a call for those who are asleep. So he is calling them come to prosperous, come to prayer. By the way, prayer is better than sleeping. So get up from your beds and come to prayer. And this is only done and fudger prayer. And if you recall, we have how many calls for further prayer. We have to this is not said in the first one. It's only said in the actual a call for fudger when we say it now

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I'm the loving Zaid was happy with the dream he saw.

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So he went to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam. And he said it to the Prophet and the Prophet I send them approved of it. Now, I believe his aid, was known to be one of them even have the profit artists arsenal. Is this true?

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Is he known to be one of the people

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to call for the end? No, he's not Why?

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He had a problem with his voice. His voice was not soft and nice. Probably was too masculine and too rough and tough. It's good in wars. It's good in shouting at people, but it wasn't good to call people for prayer. So the Prophet salla Selim ask Abdullah Evans aid to teach them to whom Fadi

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Mustafa to be lad. He asked him to teach than to be Lal and Bilal was a slave. He was a black Companion of the Prophet alayhi wa sallam, one of the greatest by far of the companions of the Prophet, etc. He tolerated so much punishment and torture, and refused to reject Islam. And now, if you imagine the last time

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he was not surrounded by strong Muslims, he didn't have any

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Islamic countries to migrate to and make Hydra. He was stuck in Makkah along side with the other companions of the Prophet Allah system. And he was beside all of that a slave.

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And he was owned by one of the tyrants of Mecca of them shikun and he used to punish him. He used to torture him, so that he would believe in their idols and commit any form of blasphemy. And bilad had the excuse, you know, if you tortured to say a word that insults Allah or insults Islam, Islam tells you

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go ahead and do it. Islam doesn't tell you, you know, die. without answering them. No, it tells you it's okay. Do you have any examples? Muhammad,

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for Islam telling us it's okay to say the word of blasphemy, blasphemy if you had to endure under the gunpoint or torture, remember anything nor Yes.

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I remember to somebody that said, When somebody wants to kill him, for example.

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What is your religion? If you are Muslims, I like to kill. I'd like to kill you so we we lie is permissible? No, no, I'm talking about this at the time of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, it was a man. I'm a vinyasa. I might have been Yes, it may Allah be pleased with him and with his father. He also was a slave at the time.

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And he came to the Prophet once. So Allah sent him crying.

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So the Prophet asked him what happened. And he's crying in tears. He's weeping. He's, he says that, oh prophet of Allah, they kept on torturing me and and punish me punishing me and putting bad things and doing bad things to me until I've lost it. And I've, you know, cursed you and said bad things about you. And then only then they stopped. So the Prophet asked him about how do you find your heart? When you said this? Were you pleased? By saying it, he said, Oh, no prophet, my heart is filled with a man. So the Prophet told them, then if this is the case, if they repeat torturing, you repeat saying whatever you want, or whatever they want you to say, against me. So there's a

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permission from Allah, that is okay, under pressure, under torture, that you may say the things that pleases them, because saving your life is an objective here.

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Bilal didn't look at it this way. Bill Maher was a slave, he didn't have anything to lose. The only thing that made him proud. The only thing that made him a man was not his color was not his wealth was not his nationality. The only thing that made him who he was was Islam. So he was not willing to compromise any single bit. For this reason, and that is why they used to take him when it's it was, you know, burning hot in summer, put him on rocks, and on the burning stand, and put a big rock on his chest while he was all in chain, a big, big rock that prevented him from breathing. And they asked him, What do you say Billa? How do you feel? And he would say, I hadn't I had. He is one he is

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one. He is my God, a law of law.

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And they kept kept on doing this for God knows how long and he would not compromise until abubaker.

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May Allah be pleased with him came and talked to his owner and told him till when you're going to do this to him, of course, a walker is a free man. And he is one of the great men of Quraysh of Mecca. Yet he is a Muslim. So they can't do anything bad for him because he has his tribes behind him, his tribes tribe behind him. So he says, when you got to do this, so they told him until he rejects Islam. So I told him what about if I pay you, let's say 100 coins?

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The owner said he's yours. So a worker bought him and immediately freed him.

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In Abu Bakr used to buy slaves and free them for the sake of Allah azza wa jal, the owner said abubaker if you have given me 10 coins, I would have given him to you because he's nothing to me. abubaker told him if you've asked for 1000 I would give it to you. So I had a very good deal I so I bought him for 100 bill and this slave, this black slave was one of the great companions of the Prophet So Sarah, to the extent that Omar whenever he sees Bilaal, he says that this is our master, and he was freed by our master, which is abubaker We have to stop here. Stay tuned, inshallah, we will be right back.

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We are covering the manners in Islam, that a Muslim is supposed to have in Islam, there is a strong link between having good manners and piety. And then he said, I guarantee Edwin in the highest rank of Jana, for the one who perfect his manner that indeed, truthfulness leads to piety to righteousness, and righteousness and piety. These two gentlemen prepatellar SLM, used to always maintain family ties, gentleness, and Islam

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means to treat people with kindness and with tenderness.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah and welcome back.

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Before the break, we're talking about Bella

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Villa Eben

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may Allah be pleased with him, the slave from Africa, who came and embrace Islam to be the oven of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and one of the great companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Bilal whenever Omar

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saw him used to say that this is our master, and he was freed by our master. And the other master is abubaker. Now imagine when a lord or a sir talks about a slave and say that he's a master. It is this is, you know, you cannot comprehend this unless you're a Muslim, because all barriers in Islam disappear. So if you're a king, a president, if you are a generator,

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driver, and if you do anything, then as long as you are Muslim, you are all equal. We have no barriers among Muslims, we do not segregate among Muslims, all Muslims are alike. Those in Africa are similar to those in

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the Far East, or in Europe, they are all Muslims. And when it's called for prayer, they all stand shoulder to shoulder in the first row. And it all depends on who recites the Quran most to lead the prayer, not the color, not the nationality, not how much you have in your bank account. Bilal was one of the greatest scholars of Islam, the prophet. Once he was told the dream of abalones, eight of the lemons it said, Listen prophet of Allah, I saw it, I call it is my shot. And then I want to call the event because he knew the greatness of calling people to prayer. So the prophet SAW Selim told him that this cannot be because the lad has a nicer voice, not a louder voice, a nicer voice. So

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teach it to beloved and beloved became the advent of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam among among other

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people, but mainly he was the one to call for the Iran because there was another one in Mecca called

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Does anybody know.

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And also, the prophet had another one calling for the event in Medina

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I live in Omaha Maktoum, the blind man who used to call for the event. So Bilal kept on calling for the lifetime of the Prophet Allah says, the minute the Prophet died, that is a Salaam, he refrained from either

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they stopped making a van. And whenever people ask him why he said, I did it. At the time of the profit that I saw Sam, it wouldn't feel good to do it for someone else. And this was, this rule was broken only once, when the companions conquered the land of Sham. And when they went to a woods, what is called now I think, Jerusalem. And they went in Amara Mahatma asked Bilal to raise the Adhan. And he raised the event, and he made everyone cry from the companions, because they recalled the lifetime of the Prophet it sought to sell them, and they couldn't help it. And they broke into tears. Because of the love they had to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam This was Bilal

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the person that used to call the event for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, which indicates that the person calling the man in the masjid has to have a good voice. You want to call people into the masjid, not to get them away from it. And unfortunately, in some countries that are visited, you have people calling to advance in a very, very dramatic way. And a lot of people when they hear the offensive, what is this? And On the contrary, in some countries, you hear the event, and you cannot help but saying, I want to pray. I want to go to that Masjid and pray. The call is so peaceful and nice. And this is the way it should be. Now we don't have to go to the extremes of putting you know

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a musical tunes to it and extending the band to be a like seven to 10 minutes. Some people say Allahu Akbar and instead

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saying Allahu Akbar, they say a lot of God and the guy who was writing the notes and composing a new song, this is not acceptable, you should call for that. But don't imitate Muse music, ways of singing it or something so that it would not lose its value. At the same time, don't say it's straightforward block lock, lock lock, but that you don't appeal people to the masjid and for the call of Salah. I think we've spent enough time on this hadith and we should move on today's 145 the heydays of boom azura one that the one that used to call for that and at the time of the Prophet that system in Mecca

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there it is.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught him the end call to prayer. And He then returned mentioned liturgy in it.

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Muslim reported also the same Hadith but mentioned the phrase that we hear a lot is the most great at its beginning just twice

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Okay. Now, we have different types and forms of advan and they are all authentic and correct. So, there is no need for you to jump into conclusion and say that this is right and this advant is strong. If you know them by the sooner then you have no problem whether which one you choose the ma'am meds and then

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again, this is the event in the Lyman's eight Hadith, and is that Bilal used to do has 15 sentences. Allahu Akbar four times a shadow Allah Allah Allah Allah twice a shadow no Mohammed Rasul Allah twice. Hi Allah Surat hi Allah Farah. Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar Illa Illa Allah, these are 15 sentences, Eman Malik has it

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and he is adding tears here. So he adds how many sentences

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surgir Allahu, la la la la la la la. La sala de These are four. So when you add four to 15, it becomes

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Wow, we had 1415 and never become 17 it becomes 19. I said 17 because he makes the takbeer instead of four, he makes them too. So it becomes 17. So he says Allahu Akbar twice. Then he says, I shadow Allah Allah Allah Allah four times with the third year I shadow under Mohammed and Rasulullah four times with the third year. Okay? Then he says hi Allah Salah twice. hydrophila twice. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, La ilaha illAllah. These are 17th 17 times. Is this Understood? Or should I repeat it? I'm very bad with math. So be correct me if I'm wrong. Imam Shafi says that advan in 19

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sentences. So it's exactly like I'm Adam Hamburg, which is 15. But he adds

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the third year. So it becomes Allahu Akbar four times a shadow Allah Allah, Allah Allah four times with a 10 year. So this makes it ate. And then I should honor Mohammed or sola for times, which makes it 12 then higher, twice higher for twice a la la, la, la, la, la, la, la la. These are 19 times according to remember shopping. And all of this is backed by authentic Cerner. So, what do we learn from this, we learned that if you see something you don't like, or don't know, don't jump to conclusions. Just because you're used to one pattern or you're used to one son, there, there's a possibility that there is another son being applied somewhere else. So I don't know in Afghanistan,

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Mohammed, which then do you make 15 so it's like the one here

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in Indonesia.

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The philosophy okay sometimes and Indonesia, because they follow the Shafi madhhab they make it 19. So if we you and I inshallah we will go to Indonesia one of these days and visit nor and we go to door and we go to the masjid and the Imam is doing the 19th sentence. You and I should not jump into his neck and, you know, draw him back say don't make that this is wrong. No, this is okay. We may accept it as it is as the sooner better

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Sit up, so we don't have to make an issue out of

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it. And it's very important that we understand how people think. And it's very important to understand and ask, if you see something that you dislike, it is not certain to think that Well, I have all the knowledge that is there is. So definitely, I can say and come to him and say this is wrong. No, the best thing for you to do is to ask first. And that is why the Prophet alayhi salatu salam used to ask first, nowadays, people kill first and then ask later. No, that's the wrong thing. You should go and ask if you see someone doing something wrong in prayer, the best approach would be to go and talk to him and ask him, what is this? You're doing? Do you have any son that backs it up?

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If he provides you with the sun, then you cross examine the sun? If it's correct, then you add more knowledge to yourself. If it's incorrect, the right thing for you to do is to correct its brother or gentlemen and tell him that what he has done was wrong and clear things up. This is the most appropriate way of dealing with brothers, especially in nowadays, where everyone is, you know, completing What are connecting and holding what he believes and refuses to talk to others and see what they have. You have all you always have to talk to people, ask them and see if what they're doing is correct or not, and cross reference to the Quran and Sunnah. This way, no one has any

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argument to do. That is why you have to always cross reference to the Quran. And Sunnah.

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The hadith of Dora, Lord himself has a long story, and it's a beautiful story. But I'm afraid that we don't have time for it to elaborate a little bit more, maybe Sharla. After three or four holidays, we will get the chance to talk about madora a person that was mocking the event. And so Pamela he became to be the event of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I believe that this is all the time we have for today's program. So until we meet next time, Family Law was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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