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The three most powerful names of Islam are Aloni, Jesus, and Islam. They are considered powerful and have significant cultural significance. The importance of knowing one's faith and love for Islam is emphasized, as well as the negative impact of fasting and proper nutrition. The speakers also discuss the exclusivity of creating titles on Islam and the importance of avoiding offense towards people of innovation.

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah who alihi wa sahbihi wa minuted me who there who am about the Brothers and Sisters in Islam as Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh today we will finish Allah. Or we will attempt to finish the last of Allah's beautiful names mentioned in Surah Al hasha, who hola hola de la ilaha illa, who El Malecon cudos. And we spoke about so many of these names. The name, or names we will attempt to discuss number one is a jump bar. Since we were young, we always associated a jump bar with superheroes. So a Superman is a bottle Jabbar super so strong, so powerful. Now, when Job bar is used with humans in Islamic terms,

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this is discrediting that human

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and an insult to that human because it is not praising someone to say that he's a job bar, we translate it into a tyrant and no one loves to be called as a tyrant. Why would anyone control

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other humans who are like him, or empower them or not empower him have power over them and humilate them? This is not something that is praised by Islam, for the humans to have in them, when it is used with Allah. This is a attribute of perfection because only Allah azza wa jal can be called with this name, truthfully, Al Jabbar and it would be praising him as a word gel. What does it mean? Al Imam is Saturday.

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May Allah have mercy on his soul says Al Jabbar, the prevailing the Compeller is with different meanings. It refers to the highest of all heights. So there's nothing higher than Allah azza wa jal and he is the sub Doer all of them tyrants old them

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strong and powerful people. He subdues them as well with his power. And he's at the same time like him, I'm Sadie says, the kind, who mends broken hearts, who avenge is the weakened, oppressed, and who is a shelter to whomever seeks shelter in him, even if they mean says Al Jabbar has three meanings might have power. So Allah azza wa jal is the invincible, he is the one who defeats all those tyrants, all those who claim to be super in power, and he defeats them and subdues them with His Majesty with his greatness. Every person who's powerful is under Allah's control and under under Allah's might subhanho wa taala. So, this is the might of power. The second meaning is the might of

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mercy. And this is when we talk about broken bones. The cast we put on a broken bone we call it God era. Jabbar Gob era. So Allah azza wa jal men's, the broken hearts, Allah fixes the weakness of those who are weak. And this is why between prostrations the Prophet used to say hola Hamid fairly or hum new Afeni words boo knee this fixes what needs to be fixed and Allah subhanho wa Taala replaces people, people's distress and depression with tranquility and comfort whenever they are patient and whenever they seek His help. The third meaning is the mind

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It of height and elevation. So as we've stated before, Allah is above everything. And Allah is above everyone, and nothing is above him as our gel. And though he is above everything, he's so close to his servants, with his hearing, with his seeing with his ability to reach them and to do whatever He wills subhanho wa Taala though he is over the heights subhanho wa jal al Jabbar a beautiful name of Allah azza wa jal. Now, it deals with power with might. So the following name Al Jabbar, Al Mata Kabir, this has different translations, the one supreme in glory, the justly and rightfully proud, the one who is alone truly high and mighty, exalted in glory above everything.

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In Arabic kibra

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is disliked and prohibited for humans. It translates to arrogance, and arrogance is one of the reasons for people to enter hell. It is something that is prohibited. The Prophet said that a salatu salam, whoever has a an an answer, wait of arrogance in his heart will not enter the Jannah and he also explained that arrogance is to reject the truth and resent and look down at people.

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So when it comes from a human being, it is

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an accepted and it is a characteristic of

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something that would make a person a lesser of a believer, and one of the inhabitants of hellfire. Why? Because kibra

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is also related to size. So Al Motta, Kibera, and Al Kabir, they are related, but we will not talk about Allah's beautiful name Al Kabir here, but it is related to size. And this is why those who are arrogant in this life, on the Day of Judgment, they will be resurrected in hell, in the shape of men, but in the size of ants, and people would step on them. Why? Because this defies how they used to be on Earth. boasting of themselves thinking so big of themselves with this arrogance. with humans, it's totally unacceptable.

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But when it is with Allah azza wa jal, it's an attribute of praising of majesty of greatness, only the pride, the one with the pride and honor can be described with it. Imam Acerbity again says, Allah is described with all attributes of glory, of pride and honor, of greatness, of majesty. He's bigger than everything. He's greater than everything, He is above

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everything, only to him. His servants have in their hearts, feelings of submissiveness, of glorifying and praising, their hearts are filled with praising him to be L Moutere. Kabir.

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And what does and what a camber basically means that he's greater than inflicting harm or injustice to his servants, Allah azza wa jal is fair and just, he could never wrong do others, or do them injustice, because this goes against him being as a limiter caliber. And it's also He's greater than anything that you may think of, because there is nothing onto him. Nothing is similar to him. And everything else beside him is negligible, and not worthy of looking at. Besides his greatness, and majesty.

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We move on to the last three

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names of Allah azza wa jal in this grade Surah Surah that Hashem

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where Allah says, who Allah who will Harlock al bad. Al Musa were smuggled Hustla

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Now translators translated it to what they know. So sorry, International says he's Allah, the Creator, the producer, the fashioner. To Him belongs the best names.

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Now, what are these names? We have al Harlock and Barry, and Al MUSAWAH. And if we add to the first one, I'll Hurlock another name, which is Al Hala, because they're similar in meaning, then that would do a lot of good. Now the question is, Why did Allah combine these three names together? Alcoholic Albury and MUSAWAH? Well, let us first talk about Al Harlock.

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Now, everybody knows that Halak means the Creator. But when it is combined with Al Abadi, which also means a creator. And then also were the one who gives images, which is a part of creation, you know that there is a slight difference between the meanings. So I'll have somebody says that alcoholic means the creative creator who creates over something that had no prior example.

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Allah says, Is there any creator other than Allah in surah? Foster? No. The answer is the question is rhetorical. No, there isn't. So Harlock has a meaning. Hala means that the one who frequently goes on and on to create and if you look at Allah's beautiful creations

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in one single moment, billions of creatures are created. Because in Rebecca, who will Halak will, alim, indeed your Lord, He's the knowing creator. So, when we talk about colic, and HELOC, they're similar in meaning HELOC means frequently more than a HELOC.

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And this is known in Arabic sia Valley mubadala

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is a form of more superlative than usual. Now, we have Hurlock. We have Barry, we have MUSAWAH. What is the difference? So scholars say

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that Al Halak under Halak are both attributes, no one

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in any nation would argue about what does that mean? Let's go to the Hindus. Let's go to the Buddhist let's go to any denomination, any religion.

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Nobody argues that Allah is the Creator of the universe of the humans of the Jinn of everything we see.

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Because there is no challenger.

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Not even Pharaoh

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came and said, I create, because he knows that he cannot create a thing. There is no one in this universe, who claims that he creates

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in the sense that we will speak in a moment sha Allah, so believers and disbelievers all acknowledge that Allah is the Creator. And this is what

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every single person should come back to his senses. If only Allah is the creator of this heavens in the earth, shouldn't TV only the the only one to be worshipped?

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Why are they worshipping other gods?

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Why are they worshipping planets and stars, rocks and trees, and not worshipping the Almighty? Because they have something wrong in their heads? And this is why everybody has to contemplate on this fact. And this is a, an eternal and

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universe universal fact that no one disagrees with if you were to ask them, Allah says in surah, to Zuma, 38. And if you were to ask them who created the heavens of the earth, they would say Allah, and this is addressing the idol worshipers, so everybody knows that Allah is the Creator. But when we come to Albury,

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what does Albury mean? Albury means to create something

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from nothing, so to bring something into existence after it was nothing.

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And what is the difference between creating, as in a harlot, a Hulk and Albury oral,

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they seem similar scholars looked at the sequence, aholic Wilbury almost over and said okay, when we read the rest of the Quran verses and we understand and compare, we find that Al Harlock means to pre ordain. It refers to tap a deer

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to pre ordain Allah azza wa jal pre ordained something. So, in our terminology, it's to plan

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it is to design

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and not everyone who plans or designs is capable of executing.

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So here comes the name Albury, where Allah azza wa jal his name Albury comes in effect, when Allah subhanaw taala create creates from vacuum from nothing, something into existence. And this bringing something into existence is called a BB. So pre ordaining and designing and deciding this is Hulk.

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And after this came into existence, we come to El Musa were the one who gives the form

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the one who chooses what form a person looks like an animal looks like a bird, a fish, a, an insect, all these beautiful colors and shapes and forms and structures. This is under the name I'll move so we're which no one can give except Allah azza wa jal. So this is how we understand the sequence of alhaja Albury al Musa were the one who pre ordains the one who decides the one who designs and then the execution comes with Albury. So Allah creates from nothing into something that is existing, and no one can do this, no one can create from vacuum, something

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we can consider ourselves to be civilized and sophisticated, we can make a car from nothing, no, you need raw materials and you can produce raw materials. It is Allah who produced the raw materials and you need the knowledge and you need the tools and all of these, Allah has given us the knowledge to assemble and to make but originally the one who pre ordained it and the one who created it from scratch from nothing is Allah azza wa jal and giving the shape for a year Surah T Masha Allah Quebec in any form, Allah azza wa jal would put you in this is only an Allah's hands. And this is why creating and mimicking and trying to imitate Allah's creation

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regarding living creatures is one of the major sins. The Prophet said Allah His salatu salam, the most severely punished people on the day of judgment are al Musawi rune, those who draw depict those who make sculptures imitating Allah's creation, you go to the Mona Lisa, oh, what a beautiful drawing. Da Vinci did a great job and you look at it, thinking that this is a piece of art. This is something that those who did it and endorsed it and promoted, would be punished severely on the Day of Judgment. Those who

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create something like Allah's creation, whether it's a human, or a living creature, such as an animal, and a bird, or a fish, or whatever, all of these are totally prohibited to draw something that has no life in it, such as trees and plants.

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It does not have soul in it. It's a living creature, but it doesn't have a soul, like animals and humans to draw mountains and landscape and heavens and Earth's and oceans. All of this is totally permissible and allowed in Islam. If we are capable of understanding these beautiful names of

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Eliza gel, we tend to appreciate whenever we see, humans differ in their shape in the form and their color and their size. And no one acknowledge that only Allah could create them. And you could do the same with the different

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varieties of animals, of fish of birds of insects. When you look at one of them like documentaries, on National Geographic, for example, you will be amazed by the beauty of Allah's creation, the variety, no one else can claim that he created them. No one else in this whole universe could come and say, yes, these white whales, I've created them. These small insects I provide for them, only Allah the Almighty does this.

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We have a short break. Stay tuned, and inshallah we'll be right back

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Today I'm going to talk about the book interactions of the greatest leader. Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reminded us through his guidance and example, that Islam is complete submission to the will of Allah. For one who submits a med declaration or display of belief will not be taken for success, but his or her heart and soul will certainly be put to test. Allah tested the prophet of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam severely in order that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam becomes an example for his companions to follow. Similarly, he tests the believer to see whether he lives a righteous life, in accordance with the

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instructions and commands set by Allah all lives according to what his desires dictate. Whether the faith he displays is firmly rooted in his heart, or is it merely on the surface, he will be tested to see whether he will continue to have faith and love of Allah, when in a calamity, as he does when in comfort, whether he will continue to remember and worship Him, if given bounties and comforts of life, as he does when he lives a modest life. Allah will undoubtedly test him to see if his faith, trust and love of Him is unconditional, or is it conditioned upon good health and a comfortable life, free from stress and anxiety. The Prophet of allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam showed us

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through his own example, that for a righteous Muslim, this life is a testing ground where he will continue to be tested until he meets Allah for him. tests will be conducted on earth while he lives and not after he dies. He knows that as soon as death arrives, and he steps into the next world. His tests are over there. He only receives the results of his tests and enjoys the fruits of the deeds that he committed during a short span of time called life.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah and welcome back. Our first caller for today's Xena Dean from the UK

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was salam ala rahmatullahi wa barakato. How are you? I'm doing well. hamdulillah How can I help you? Do you mind if like coolness on that TV or do you have a problem with it? There is no problem. I'll be my guest anytime. Okay, um, this is regarding something that happened to me personally with one of those chokehold coats, Goossens so I would go into a car and I did my best but I was going to a car and in the car that was the driver. He was having music in his car. So I told him Yeah, he please Can the musical and I told him that this is not permissible. And they said that. Why is this No, no, no, no, I told

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To the verses of the Quran and the Hadith of the Prophet the ceremony says no, no, no, this is not this is soluble hottie we cannot trust the Hadith. And Imam Malik use the pre musical instruments. So, so why is it not permissible and so many other things? And so I just wanted to ask you Did I do something wrong? And does his statement have any basis whatsoever? Because I know I have I had the full and the should and the sooner so I will answer inshallah is anything. Yeah, men from Bangladesh

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Yeah, I mean,

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Islam or eco cinema Rahmatullah?

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How are you doing? I'm doing well. hamdulillah How can I help you?

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Okay, so, my question to you is this, that it is regarding, but that we do in our daily life. So, there are various methods, like we take showers, we use buckets, from which we take the water out of it. And but everyday, so

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when we do bulk using buckets, there, there is a thing that when we pour down the water onto our body, the water sprinkles and spreads on to everywhere around the bathroom, and it even it falls into the container or the bucket. Okay, you got your question? Yeah, I mean, I will answer Insha Allah, Muhammad from America.

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Hello, Monica. Sounds Allah.

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My question is, as we know, like in Ramadan, the G and the Chaitanya are being chained during that period of months. So we wanted to know, like, what kinds of genotype is the worst one or one of them or change? Okay, and I had one question one day, like, no, no, I'll answer your question. I can't take two questions. Any I apologize, but we have so many callers waiting as a man from Bangladesh

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As Salam aleikum Sheikh Abdullah

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How are you doing st Alhamdulillah I'm doing well. How can I help you

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sir today after noon I went to I went to take a bath but unfortunately I felt burning sensation in my pennies later some jelly like substance came out without any sexual desire known or anything but it was even thicker than semen last me a drop less blood type substance came out with my fasting and PVT be valid I took a quick ritual but because I had doubt that I became genome Okay, I will answer inshallah Campbell from Saudi but only Christian chant Allah

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I meant to understand some impurities forgiven forgiven due to ethnicity and if hardship to avoid them. So what is the ruling for the Earth Traveler who who entered the toilet in the airport after you urinate and defecate in the open the faucet and water comes out very strongly and this impurity splash to what is and is close is considered impurity are forgiven

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okay I will answer inshallah

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and we have a more from the UK

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to a more

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raw * from Tunisia

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rush it

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later

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when you will miss hassle early release or avoid so if you miss answer today is your first thing

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the invalid Hello Hi

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and we have Abdullah from Spain

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so, I want to go to sample law

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every month I mean injection

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connection mean that HSD

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your lie your line is breaking up the lie cannot hear you you take every month and injection

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Yes.

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Okay

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Jen that causes MIDI? It is It was

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no I cannot tell you, Rafi from Bangladesh. So now I can share some Allah is saying sallallahu alayhi wa sallam enough to give salutation upon our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam during Friday's or should we recite the entire Zulu day Ibrahim, which we recite in our salah. Okay.

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Which is very

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sad man from Bangladesh. So there was a country's sound Allah said My question is, is it probably prohibited to sit talk and keep a good connection with al Qaeda? How should we treat with the people of Asheville Baga Can I read their books and listen to them can I publicize their good things?

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Okay, I will answer inshallah.

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And we have sayfudine from China

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sounds Allah

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I want to ask, can we use the brush made from from boards here from like pizza, they kind of rush to on how can we use it for something we want to pray or can we even use it?

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Okay, I will answer inshallah.

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And I think we may need to stop after Abdul Majeed from Nigeria. Oh, smile, smile from Afghanistan.

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Salam aleikum. South Allah.

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Schaffer, I have a

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little long question. Can I ask? No. Make it as short as possible? We don't have time. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I will say shortly. I have the problem of worse was the MS or vice versa. And it's been three years.

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And I have learned I have been learning about the Sunnah, that how to cure this, this illness? And my question is there is two Hadees. And I want to ask you that does this two Hadees connect with each other? The first one is the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam said that

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Allah has forgiven my uma from what was was what comes to the mind except act upon it or speak to speak about it. And there is another Hadith the first hadith of Sahil Buhari is in Namaha Lavinia and my question is,

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Does doing something when I want to do something I was was a comment regarding to my to my I got your question. So, my answer Inshallah, Abdul Majeed from Nigeria

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from our config South Allah.

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Now, one of the ways to impact on the society or to contribute to society is being involved in politics, but with the kind of political structure in place in my country, then in politics means you have to do some around things like line taking or giving bribes in deceitful and manipulative. So without these things, one would get nowhere in politics in my country. So as a Muslim, what should we do?

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I will answer inshallah.

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So then a deed from the UK, he got into a vehicle, and the driver, who is a Muslim was playing music. So he gave him advice and explained to him the verses of the Quran and the Hadith, and the guy simply did not listen did not comply. So he's asking How had I done anything wrong? The answer is no, you did not do anything. Wrong. You did what Allah told you to do. That is to forbid evil and to advise people. However, we have to be

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aware that your fingers are not the same length. So not everyone who is called Muslim is a practicing Muslim. There are Muslims who are deviant. There are Muslims who are sinful, there are Muslim who are negligent they are Muslims who are arrogant would not accept anything coming from someone your age, or someone who they think less off. So you did

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It's your duty, and you should not expect praise or appreciation, other from Allah's origin. Because when ever you start to react

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negatively when someone does not listen to your preaching,

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this means that you're not doing the preaching for the sake of Allah. Rather, you're doing it for the sake of yourself or for fame, and this is dangerous yarn from Bangladesh. He says, when we are performing hosel from a bucket of water, most of the times when we pour water on our bodies, a lot of the water deflects and falls back into the bucket. Does this impact the purity of the water? The answer is no. The water is still pure, and the water used in washing your lamps is still pure, there is no apparent Jassa there is no feces or urine that you are washing off and it's going back to the bucket. You are performing Ghosal which is a ritual ritual impurity, not something that is physical,

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it's a ritual thing. So there is nothing wrong in what goes back to your water unless no Jassa is 100% falling into it and changing the characteristics of the water. Mohammed says the jinn are chained in Ramadan. The hadith says the masters of the jinn and the devils are chained. And the Hadith explains that and elaborates by saying so that they cannot reach what they used to reach before Ramadan. So it refers to weakening their ability and lessening, making it less their outreach. Not that they are totally not active or unable to lower people and deviate them. No, the small ones, the soldiers, the low ranking are still on the loose. The man from Bangladesh. He was

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performing also and he felt a burning sensation and something came out. Aki if what came out was due to your doing and your actual acts and you ejaculated semen, then your fasting is invalid because you have done one of the things that nullifies fasting, but if it came out without your

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wanting it to you did not do anything. It just came out by itself in an ejaculating fashion in a gushing fashion. Your fast is valid. If it did not come in a gushing fashion. It did not. It was not ejaculated. It just came like urine comes out. This does not impact your fasting Carmel from Saudi Arabia.

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He says we have a saying that minute amount of impurities of Nigeria is forgiven. And this is the opinion of Imam Abu Hanifa Sheikh Salman Tamia and they've been with me. So when we go to the airport and we answer the call of nature, sometimes when we use the hat, hand shower, it is set to maximum power. So without knowing we just tried to squeeze it and boom, we have this big splash of water. So would that fall under the category of negligible? The answer is it can be but it also need to be identified that there is an impurity if all what you see is

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traces of water due to the outburst of the water from the hand shower. This is water. You have to be certain you have to have proof 100% certainty that this is an adjuster if you don't have then the default is that it is not nudges rachet, from Tunisia. He says the Hadith of the Prophet as whoever misses us or prayer then all of his good deeds will be void.

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So he's saying that if I overslept answer, do I lose my fasting? This is an issue of dispute. The most authentic opinion is that if you deliberately abandon answer, this is in Allah's hands, is not oversleeping oversleeping are not sinful.

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Intentionally skipping answer, without any legitimate reason. This falls under the Hadith and your good deeds will be void

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To the deeds of today, the deeds of my lifetime, the deeds all over this is an Allah's hands as even Taymiyah says, We should not go into details. What should I do with the fasting you have to continue fasting, Abdullah from Spain says every month he takes a an injection and the line was not clear. The injection if it was nutrients, it gives you power, or it substitutes food as in the case where it has glucose in it, and it's taken through the veins, then such injection breaks your fasting, but if it is like insulin, or under the skin injections or skins like Volterra going to reduce your temperature but it doesn't nurture nurture you it doesn't give you any nutrients. In this case, it

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doesn't impact your fasting refer from Bangladesh. Is it sufficient to say Allahumma salli wa salam ala Muhammad on Friday? Or do we have to say the salutation of Ibrahim no Allahumma salli wa sallam and Mohammed is sufficient, sad man from Bangladesh, can we speak to the people of innovation? The scholars have differed in this some took a very harsh way. And they said that you should not speak to the people of innovation, not pointing out the degree and levels of people of innovation. So people who do innovative

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at car or celebrate the Molad. Their innovation is an innovation. But is it as big as innovation who delete Allah's beautiful names and attributes like a Jamia or like some of them are Tesla? Or is it like the innovation of a higher age, for example, who killed the Muslims and do heinous things and give tech fear? No. So we have to be fair, we have to look at the degree of innovation and we have to look at the consequence. Is there any benefit, or when I speak to everybody to be on good terms, not to go and eat with them or socialize with them? Or endorse them in my lectures or be with them in a seminar or a conference? No. But as a person, we are good with everybody. There is nothing

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wrong in that we have to draw the limit and the time is not sufficient to expand on the sayfudine from China. Can we use a brush use our made of boar hair of pigs hair? It's an issue of dispute. Some scholars say that everything from pigs is haram. Others say that things that have no life in them, like the bones like the hair, like the teeth, they can be used. I personally believe that using anything that is from

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pigs is not permissible because the alternatives are so many. And there is no need to go specifically to that product. Yes, if it's for heart valves, for example, some doctors say that there is no other equivalent to the quality of heart valves, except that taken from pigs. Yeah, they for necessity, yes. But for a brush. No, this is not a necessity. It's a form of understand, says that the Hadith, Allah has forgiven my ummah, for my sake, for whatever they think about or crosses their mind as long as they don't talk or act upon it. Versus deeds are judged by intentions in them and I might have and yet there is no collaboration. These are two different things. These are judged

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by intentions when you're actually doing it. But if you if it crosses your mind, and you don't do it, and you don't speak about it, this is forgiven. Abdul Majeed is saying, What about politics? And what comes with the package such as bribing, lying, cheating, okay, a Muslim works primarily to save himself.

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Who cares if everybody else on Earth goes to hell?

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As long as I go to Paradise, I don't care.

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But if everybody goes to Paradise, walking on my back on the edge of hellfire, taking me as a bridge, and at the end of the day, I'm going to fall into hell. No, this is not the right thing to do. Save yourself. When you're drowning, you don't care about others. You just want to grab on to anything that saves you going into politics, if it means that you're going to compromise your religion that you are going to do

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Do heinous things major things that are prohibited in Islam? No. Save your skin and run. This is all the time we have until we meet tomorrow same time. I leave you here Marilla was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. What

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