The beautiful names and attributes #15

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim hamdulillah Helbig Alameen wa sallahu wa salam ala Khalil Mabuti Ramadan lil Alameen wa now Mohamed Anwar Ali he was so happy Jemaine and my bad. The Brothers and Sisters in Islam as Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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One of the most famous verses of the Quran, that every person who studies Aqeedah has to memorize is laser chemically he che well who was semi on BOSU, there is nothing like onto him and he is the hearing and the seeing a semi Al Bashir

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a semi air is the old hearing.

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And if there is a difference between a Samia and Sam mer sama is the one who hears but Samir is more exaggerating, more superlative in the sense that this is the utmost in Arabic structure when you want to exaggerate something like when you say, Eileen, and Ireland all mean to know. But Eileen is more powerful, more profound, Kadir are there, and it's the same thing. So Allah azza wa jal is all hearing what do we mean by that, that He hears your secrets, and what goes between to you cannot hear, he hears everything, to the extent that whether you're

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saying it loudly or saying it silently, he hears it subhanho wa taala. So he's not preoccupied by

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people calling him and others at the same time.

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And this is a fact for someone who created this universe. He's not preoccupied pied by someone supplicating to him, so that he neglects the one next to him. Rather he encompasses all sounds, he hears all calls, he understands all languages. And this only can be to Allah. I remember once I was in a conference in a cosmopolitan city, maybe on the fourth year, third 50th floor of my hotel, and I was looking at the city below, at the midst of the rush hour. So many cars, so many people so many bikers,

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1000s and hundreds of 1000s of them. And I was wondering to myself, each one has something calling Allah by each one has a language and Allah azza wa jal heed all voices,

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despite their different languages, despite their different in timings, never mixes up a voice with another or a sound with another oral language with another, he attends everyone because he is the old hearing as well. And all hearing also a Semir not only

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means to hear something, but also to accept and respond.

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So I could hear you

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and hear what you say but they may not answer it and may not respond to it. Allah azza wa jal being a Semir responds and answers your DUA. And this is why and this is quite delicate. A lot of the Muslims don't know this. When the Imam rises from the record, he says, semi Hola Hola, mon Hamidah. Samia means here. So Allah, here's to those who praise Him. But Allah azza wa jal, he is those who praise Him and those who do not praise him, Allah hears everything. So the meaning the delicate meaning is semi Allah the man Hamidah, which means Allah responds and answers to those who praise Him. Next prayer, you're going to find the difference when you hear the Imam saying send me Hola

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Hola, mannheimia and you say Rob burner? We're local ham Hamden, Kathy are on ice and Mubarak and fie. So Allah is the One who responds to people who

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are in distress who unveils calamities and resolves them. He is the One Who forgives when people show their humility because he is all hearing subhanaw taala and a semi it was mentioned 40 times or more in the Quran. As for all seeing,

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Allah the Almighty

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sees everything that can be seen in this universe, anything that can be seen, Allah sees it. So he sees the footsteps of a black ant over a solid stone, in the midst of a dark night. The Allah azza wa jal sees that black ants, internal organs,

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and he sees the blood running in her veins or it veins. Allah sees the food that it consumes and it goes to its intestines and he sees the water

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going through the roots and the twigs and the branches of a tree. He sees all things that we do not see or pay attention to. Allah azza wa jal sees everything even if someone betrays his eyesight, by looking at haram. Nobody's watching me but Allah is watching you. Allah azza wa jal from above the seven heavens, from above his throne, sees everything, even what goes underneath the soil. Nothing escapes his seeing his sight Subhana home, as well JAL and this is why one of the scholars used to say to a sinner who asked him for advice. He said, If you want to disobey Allah, no problem. This obey him in a place where he cannot see you.

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So the center said, Where is that place? There is no place where Allah cannot see me. So the man said to him, do you openly sin while knowing that he's watching you? And this is a sound and profound advice we give to those who were tested by pornography and watching haram things. Always remember that when you click that button, Allah is with you, watching you and hearing everything you are listening to.

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The third and fourth name is Eileen and l alum. And they're close. They are stemmed from realm, knowledge. And Aleem and Allah Allah means the All Knowing Allah says in Allah Habib, Felicia and Eileen, indeed Allah is Knowing of all things. And the angels said to Allah azza wa jal, he told them that he's going to create a human being. They said, Exalted are you we have no knowledge except what You have taught us. Indeed, it is you who is the knowing the wise. So Allah azza wa jal is the knowing, without

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anyone teaching him because he has the ultimate knowledge, no one can teach Allah azza wa jal, no one can add anything to Allah has vast and huge knowledge. So Allah knows everything,

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knows us, inside out, knows what's in our chests without us talking about it, knows whatever we took, we take a glance at knows what thoughts of Iman and thoughts of kufr may run across our minds knows the truth and the and falsehood, evil and good. All of this is known to Allah azza wa jal and Allah says Woolfolk will leave here Illman Eileen, but over every possessor of knowledge is one more knowing Eileen, which is stronger than limb and both are names of Allah subhanho wa taala. Now, the relationship between all hearing all seeing and all knowing, it all revolves around knowledge.

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Allah has vast and unlimited knowledge, knowledge of what was in the past knowledge, what is in the present knowledge of what will be come in the future. All of this Allah azza wa jal knows it and his knowledge is not like ours. So never ever try to compare

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err or try to imagine because wherever you imagine Allah is above that. Allah is way beyond that.

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The fifth name is the witness a Shaheed and Allah azza wa jal is described by this name in the Quran and in the Sunnah. So there are many verses of the Quran but among them is the one in Surah Al Anam verse number 19. Allah says, say, What thing is greatest and testimony? Well, are you che in Akbar shahada say, Allah is witness between me and you? And this throws

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content in the hearts of the believers, when they know if they are oppressed in this dunya that Allah will be the witness between your oppressor and yourself. Allah azza wa jal would resolve would judge your oppressor on the Day of Judgment. So as Shaheed is the one who witnesses everything, and you need to witness everything with knowledge. So a Shaheed also I'll have here the fully aware, and also I'll add him all revolve, round knowledge. And

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Allah is the witness on the Day of Judgment for the victim, who was oppressed, and had no witnesses. Allah who would stand with that victim and Allahu avenge him on the day of judgment, He witnesses all sounds, all movements, all actions that take place, whether large or small.

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Allah witnesses, all of that, and He will testify on the day of judgment for what he had recorded and noticed as well John.

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The following name which we always read in the Quran, alot is our Rocky,

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the Ever Watchful guardian or the observer. So again, this goes round knowledge, rounds, being a witness, round being all hearing all seeing all knowledgeable. Allah azza wa jal is named a Raqib. And this is one of the descriptions of the Essence of Allah Subhana Allah that Allah says in the Quran, in Allah Karna Alikum MerKiVa surely Allah is Ever Watchful over you. And in Surah tilma Ada, when Rissa Jesus peace be upon him, said to Allah, and I was a witness over them, as long as I was among them, but when you took me up, you were the observer over them, and you are overall things witness. So Shaheed and Rocky in this idea. So a Rocky is the one who takes to account who's

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watchful of everything and nothing escapes his knowledge. And this goes back to knowledge, all hearing all seeing, he is Raqib over things with his knowledge and rocky over things with his sight. So he is not overtaken by drowsiness or sleep, and he is rocky over all things that are hurt with his all hearing that

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hears every single thing and every single movement

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and

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the following name is Al Mohit.

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Mohit, in Arabic usually refers to a big vast ocean.

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And Elmo hate is to surround something.

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When it comes to Allah azza wa jal, it is the all encompassing Allah says in the Quran, unquestionably, he is of all things encompassing. Now, what is meant by encompassing meaning that he hears all that he sees all that he knows all and nothing escapes him?

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is power and control. So everything is under Allah's control, nothing can come out out of that control of his. And this is why Allah says, a half I'll be cliche in

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and that Allah certainly encompasses all things in his knowledge, nothing escapes Allah azza wa jal, nothing goes on attended.

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Allah is never neglectful of anything. So Allah knows the reality of everything that is found the reality, the description, how things are everything about it, Allah knows all because he encompasses all and

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when you say that Allah encompasses all, it not only refers to knowledge, but it also refers to power, which means that nothing can escape Allah's might and power, no matter how strong no matter how powerful a person or a thing is, nothing can escape. Allah's being encompassing all ultimo here, and this is due to the utmost in knowledge, in ability in hearing and seeing and not being neglectful. And finally, we have the name Al Hasib

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the reckoner who suffices now in Arabic, hey sab means the day of reckoning Yeoman ASAP.

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ASAP means to calculate. So when I'm checking out of restaurants, I would say to the waiter, give me an ASAP please the bill. So, when we talk about the origin of the word, Hasib means the recolor who suffices. Let's go through two evidences or two verses of the Quran with this name in Allah can either cliche in Hacienda indeed Allah is Ever overall things an accountant and another verse were Kapha biller has EBA And sufficient is Allah as accountant. So, what does Hasib means? Well, there are a number of interpretations. And if you go through the verses of the Quran, where the name and Hasib is mentioned, you will discover that it refers to two meanings.

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The first one is the one who suffices. The one who protects the one who you trust and rely upon. And this is why the beautiful dua has to be Allah, when you're a male were killed

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in Surah Al Emraan, when the battle of Hood ended, and there came a man warning the prophets and the Muslims who were injured and tired that the people of Croatia are coming to annihilate you for good.

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So that they were trying to intimidate the Muslims in the in the Prophet said ISIS. They said husband Allah, whenever a male Joaquin, Allah is

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sufficient for us. So the name Al Hasib is a beautiful name, when you have full trust on Allah azza wa jal. So one of the meaning is that Allah suffices. Allah protects you, and Allah will take care of you. This is what we say, whenever we have a calamity or we have a problem or we have something beyond our capability. We say hesseman Allah when I'm lucky, meaning Allah is suffice. Seeing us Allah will suffice us we don't have anyone other than Him and on him we rely and depend.

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Now the second meaning of an hassy deals with accountability. So he's the one who's going to hold you accountable on the Day of Judgment, for all the things you have done in this life. He will hold you accountable for the favors and blessings he had given you. What have you done with it? Did you do things that would honor you on the Day of Judgment over or will displace you. So Allah al Hasib will hold you to account and both meanings are backed by evidence from the Quran and from the Sunnah. We have a short break, stay tuned and inshallah we'll be right back.

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh today we're going to talk about the book interactions of the greatest leader, the Prophet of Allah. So Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam, or did his companions to love the poor and be close to them. I will third, I will refer it out of the Allahu Allah said, my intimate friend sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ordered me with seven things, to love the poor, and be close to them to look at those who are below me and not those who are above me to keep the ties of the womb, no matter how far they are. Do not ask anyone for anything to say the truth, even if it is better, to not fair when standing up for Allah's rights, the blame of anyone that blames and he

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ordered me to say La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah there is no ability or strength except through Allah because it is from a treasure beneath the throne reported by Ahmed al Bernie ruled it authentic in Asahi.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah and welcome back. We have Brother Mohammed from the Philippines.

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Sample law, Paula.

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I have Chef and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. How can I help you Mohammed?

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Chef, my question Sure. The chef, how do I know if I have intended to pray? Make wudu or read Quran in others because sometimes I get confused like when making with you, I guess us that they have the intention to Mikado, there's a hello Hara. Warjack So Mohammed is asking about how do I know that I had the intention to pray or to read the Quran?

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Because he has doubts, he these doubts are from shaitan. Intention

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is something that you have in your heart. So now my intention is to take and pick up the pen and write the following questions, questioners question, do I say it myself?

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I'm gonna hold the pen, and I'm going to receive the call, or do I get thoughts while writing the second question? Whoops. Did I intend to pick up the pen? Did I intend to No, nobody does this. These whispers about intention is from Shaytaan. You know what you want to do? You don't verbalize it. When you want to eat a

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sandwich in front of you.

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You don't verbalize in your head saying, I intend to eat a sandwich in front of me. And you go and pick it up and eat. You just say Bismillah and eat. Likewise, when you want to pray, you don't verbalize you when you want to make wudu you don't say I want to make wudu for prayer and for reciting the Quran and for making Tawaf and if you forgot something is Oh, I forgot to mention it in my knee. I have to go and make wudu again, no you don't do this. The moment you go to the toilet, you say Bismillah and you make wudu that's it sufficient for all things Abdullah from Spain.

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I can share sounds Allah destroyed the eye after the other no fajr I had my as I have a problem that I generate a lot of mucus. My the back of my mouth started bleeding because when I spit it from the back of my mouth, there was spots of blood, but when I spit it only from my mouth, there wasn't blood. So I didn't swallow anything and then I slept. And when I woke up I

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in the mouth, and I checked out I checked there was any spot

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your line is breaking, but mainly speaking Aki. If you spit it out, and there is no blood, so there is no problem in swallowing it. If you wake up and you found traces of blood in your saliva. You spit it out, wash your mouth and move on. If you swallowed anything while fasting this doesn't have any impact on your fasting in sha Allah, Mahesh from the US. Cinematic Nisha Salah chef is the pure black dog a devil and is this the type of dog that nullifies our prayer, which is Aqua local credo. The Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam in the beginning

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stated that three things interpret and breaks our prayer, the passing of a woman, an adult, and the passing of a donkey and the passing of a dog. And

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in the beginning of Islam, when the Prophet came to Medina Allah So Sam, he instructed all the companions to kill all dogs. And after some time, he told him to stop. And he told him that the ruling of killing all dogs was abrogated

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with the exception of killing one dog, and that is the Black Dog pitch black that has two yellow spots over his head, or white spots. Now I don't know whether this fits the Doberman or I don't have knowledge in dogs. It's definitely not a Chihuahua. But such a description of a dog the Prophet said because it is a devil and the scholars went into the meaning of devil. So shaytaan does not necessarily mean a gin.

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Because we say, when we

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call out or Bonacci Malika naskila and NAS mean Charlene was was in her nationality was with Sophie so dorkiness, middle Jannetty oneness, so among the devils there are humans and there are jinn. So shaytan means the most difficult and vicious and rough of the species. And that Black Dog is one of that category. So killing it is from the Sunnah, of course if it's legal if you have authority to do so, and would not put you in trouble.

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And it does break your Salaat does other dogs break your Salah? The answer is yes. Not even not only the Black Dog any dog that passes in front of you would break your salad but the killing is only for this type of dog, Black Dog and Allah azza wa jal knows best sad man from Bangladesh SLon country for some Toddla

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says I want to know how did from the music if the artist had it is authentic or not?

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Good for you?

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Sure, yes.

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Can I call the Hadith either, if I had the authority and the power to say which Hadith and how authentic it is, I wouldn't be here I would be somewhere else with the major scholars of Islam. My memory doesn't help me but say the Hadith if I know it, I will read it to you otherwise you have to send it to my website. What is the Hadith and make it quick please.

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The hadith Narrated by Abu surah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam said some people will travel around the world on camels in search of knowledge, but they will not find a wider scholar than the scholars of Medina.

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I don't know of any such Hadith, Rafi. I personally don't know of any such Hadith I have to look it up, send it to my website and inshallah I will answer you there.

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Food from Indonesia.

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So I'm wanting to come here so now Murata Allah Sheikh, my question is regarding from surah in the Quran Surah Al Allah at the last verse, where it reads out the blemish on Rajim Sophie Ibrahima Musa, which means the books of Ibrahim and Musa Can you explain to us what is the book or so who that this particular idea or verse is referring to? There's a colorful poachers aqui no, brother, my foot that part of the Six Pillars of Eman to believe in the books.

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And the books are Allah's revelation to his prophets and messengers. We know of the Quran, we know of the Torah given to Musa and this is also part of what is referring to it. And we know that the Injeel was given to or ISA we know of as the boar given to the wood and we know about soil health, Ibrahim, what was in it? This is something that we do not know because we don't have the original manuscript, but we believe in it into Tality lady from Bangladesh.

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So I want to share some Tula

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shares is it mandatory that the Father's name has to be included in the name of the son so if for example, if my name is Labib, so is it mandatory that my father's name is Mohit?

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Good to be edit. Thank you Sure. Okay. The answer is no, it is not mandatory, providing that you're not named after someone else. So if your name is Labib, and your father's name is Mohit, and it should be abdicate, because we've studied yesterday that Makita is Allah's beautiful name.

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So if you and you fall for final name is Chaudry so being called Labib Chaudry is okay, my name is awesome and hacky. My father's name is Lachman. So I don't usually use my father's name, when I'm referring to two names only ask him and the family name. But if I want to be more specific, I would say ask him the son of Luqman Hakim? That would be my full name. So this is permissible, but to go and

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make a detour and say, Yes, my name is Labib, the son of Ahmed. Oh, this is a major sin and totally prohibited. You have to be called after your father or your family name, Abu Hafs from Bangladesh.

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Salam aleikum che shantala

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She is how many people were goofy or turbans? Or do various other Sonetel adha? Leaving that they will be rewarded for these? Are these people doing a better? Or is it an issue of dispute shift?

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I personally believe that if a person covers his head with what we were here in Saudi Arabia, this is our traditional attire. Or if you go to places like Sudan, where they have the turban,

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or whether you go to places like Morocco, where the traditional is a red hat, or some sometimes it's done in Syria in the Levant region, if this is the case, and they're doing it 24/7, then this is permissible because it's a cultural thing. The thing that I am totally against and opposing to is when it is connected to a form of worship, meaning a person wants to go to pray in the masjid, he takes out a coffee.

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And he wears it. And he prays and after he finishes, he takes it off and puts it in his pocket. This is an innovation because he's doing this for prayer. And there is no text, no evidence supporting it. In the subcontinent, I was shocked to see people who do not have this coffee, but they have a handkerchief where they put it and neatly tie the edges. So it would cover their head like CEFS in kitchens, only to pray and come out and take it off. This is an innovation.

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I fight the notion where women sitting home without any hair covering and when they want to recite the Quran, they cover their hair or when they want to go to the toilet they cover their hair. All of this is an innovation and not part of the Sunnah. If someone is wearing a 24/7 there is no problem with that inshallah Zara head from the US.

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Salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah cancer. She said, I'm trying to catch up.

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So I have a question about somebody that is at the NIH shoot. So this brother he's from he's, I guess he used to be the Imam here at this Masjid here, but he lives in Arizona because he comes during Ramadan for the time of Ramadan has spent his time here. And he's normally I think he he travels with the Jamaat have to leak.

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Okay.

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And then

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Xad Yes. What else?

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Can you hear me? Yeah, I can hear you. Okay, I sat down it just doesn't seem like we get along. And so what's the questions I had?

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So when after every single time for Fajr

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when it comes to make Vicodin everything is always rushing to like, talk or give a hadith of a book called Fazal Alma Okay, and

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it's just very difficult to get along with them. So I was wanting to know how to deal with you know him to answer Inshallah, that's question about an imam who comes in Ramadan and lots of the message in the States and Europe. They recruit Imams to lead the prayers during this blessed month of Ramadan, tarawih and all

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also to give lectures and remind people of Allah azza wa jal. Unfortunately, this Imam is part of the tub, Leary Jamara and the Tablighi Jamaat we talked about them so many times. And we said that they have clean hearts, kind people, generous people, but they have zero knowledge. And they have lots of innovations. And they base their practice on a lot of weak and unauthentic ideas. On top of that, is their book for the ill man, which has lots of fabrications, and in some incidents, Schick in a story or two, so we tell people don't go out with these guys. They're kind they're they're good people. They are a pure of heart and they love the Sunnah, but unfortunately their way is not

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according to the Sunnah itself they don't follow they don't pursue knowledge and they sometime would resist being taught thinking that this would deviate the OMA don't talk about things that would

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separate the OMA don't talk about putting your hand under your belly or on your chest. Don't talk about jihad, don't talk about this about that. Which is totally bogus. So if you can find a masjid where there is an imam who follows the Sunnah brothers ahead, that would be a win win situation to talk to him without knowledge would be a lost battle. You don't even know what they believe in you don't know what the origin what the mistakes so you don't have the alternative artillery to fight. Not literally of course, but to have a beneficial dialogue. So I would advise you to stay out of it. I meant from India

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Amen.

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Okay, ah, Rick, from the US

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Eric

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from South America, is it Eric or Eric?

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This is

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the first who I am I am I am from India. Okay. My question was that I see the evidence that supports that wine to be as pure I see it to be as strong. But then when I go to other websites as well which claim to follow the seller, there are opinions that said that it is not yes. And they quote this Hadith from Aveda would that the messenger philosophy

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I don't tell you okay, I don't your line is breaking the Hadith in Abu Dhabi. Oh, that what

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your your, I think is your microphone connection? That is distorting the line

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okay, lottery far from the US.

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Shake me hear me? You're not lucky for definitely.

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I like my sound Allah. So my question is about, you know, we are not allowed to talk to our causing opposite gender. So, lately, my family member has been getting a call from like, opposite gender causing because they didn't know they're talking to your cousin in our law, and this person is really good. So can you talk to that person? I didn't understand the question. You said it's not allowed to talk to the opposite gender to men. So your family did what? So like, one of our Carson keep calling us trying to like talk to us. Okay. But they're like really hold like in India? 50. So can we talk to them? Talk to them as in what socializing or when they call on the phone? Yeah, they

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call to greet horse. Okay.

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Generally speaking, talking to the opposite gender is not permissible without a legitimate reason. And part of a legitimate reason would be if I call my friend's house and his mom picks up the phone or his wife or his sister, I would say salaam aleykum. Are you consider? Can I speak to Ahmed please Allah he's out. Okay. If he comes back, tell him us and called Zachman Lahab. Look, that's it. But to socialize I said I'm on a call Can I speak to Hamid he's out who's this? Is this is little says hi. I remember you when you were very little man.

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Shama you've grown up and you become a woman Whoa, hey, where are you going with this? Oh, no, it's just

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idle talk. No, this is not permissible. Your cousin calls Somalia komati concern how are you my cousin Alhamdulillah I hope everything is fine hamdulillah that's it basics, but beyond that, that would not be

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acceptable and 50 years of age is not old. 50 years is a prime of their youth. I hope Rashid from Tunisia

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Somalia comm Sheikh salah the Imam doesn't let us recited the shirt in a circle Ebrahimi interval we used to share with less less less than 10 seconds can recite that the shirt was Rahimi without and finished with them like 20 seconds after his asleep or should I say it asleep the moment he says it.

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Come this callers say and among them and share have their ice baths that if the Imam is quick, in concluding the prayer, there is nothing wrong in delaying your concluding of your own prayer so that you can finish your Tisha hold your salutation upon the Prophet es Salaam and seeking refuge in Allah from the four things without a problem. 20 seconds is okay, you can say it all and then offer Salam

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Arek from the US, Solomonic Salah

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Sheikh I would like to ask you a question about downloading some free things. So I checked all the videos, but I didn't get this answer.

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I've downloaded some free things. But at the time of downloading it, I didn't know that it's haram. So like, can I use them now? And if I am sinful, do I have to ask forgiveness to the owner of these things? Okay, forgiveness are seeking forgiveness only Allah is enough. Okay. So

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Eric is asking about downloading

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copyrighted material that he did not know of. And now he came to know that it is holum. So what should he do? The answer is to remove it.

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To delete it. Do I have to seek forgiveness from the owners? The answer is no. Once you delete it, then there is no harm done and you would be repenting correctly to Allah.

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's deed, maybe or the heat from Bangladesh.

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Salam Alaikum salam ala, what's your name?

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Yesterday, what can I do for you?

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Is the difference between the Han and HDR and those ways between what is the hell? And it's the heart. I have no idea what you're talking the first word. I don't know the meaning of it. The second word is he had to put effort in reaching the conclusion or the verdict of an issue that requires you applying the evidences etc. But the first word I don't understand.

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Okay,

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CD from Germany.

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So I'm tila. MCs are people who are going to Imam or chef and the imam or chef is reciting Quran after he recites the Quran. He's in spitting dryly on the hands of these people in this in the people are wiping their face with it. And they are also mothers who are after they're reciting the Quran they go to their children and spit on them dry it because they want that these children get brighter from Allah subhanaw taala are these action of Buddha

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General rokeya in congregation this I do not know any authentic evidence backing it up. And it seems more likely to be a commercial stand stunt. So if I were to make a Rukia on this person, I would make it one to one Bismillah Alhamdulillah the verses hola hola hola.

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And I dry spit on him to come in a room with 30 people not knowing who's possessed who has evil eye and just say the words are the rookie and

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and do this maybe bring a big fan so that it would ensure all of my Coronavirus and other illnesses are spread widely upon them. Maybe that would also be more effective. I don't know any origin of this, but people make a lot of money out of it. And if you take

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150 euros from one person and you can do this at the same time for 20 person. You are a rich man. Is it part of the Sunnah? No, it's not Wroclaw should not be commercialized it should be, yes, he they can charge money for it. But it should be one to one where the Rocky is reciting with submissiveness with assure to one person helping Allah's help and guidance not to come arrogantly in a room full of 20 or 30 people and do this and definitely them going to the children and dry spitting on them that would have no impact or no benefit at all and Allah knows best Muhammad from Bangladesh

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Muhammad

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Salam Alaikum che said our Salah check my question is are we allowed to pray one record detail just after Isha? Or we have to pray after?

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Okay. Are you going to pray? 200? No, no, I'm my question is are we allowed to pray one rock beat epsilon just after Isha? Yes. If you stopped there, I would have said yes, no problem. But then you said or should we pray it after tahajjud which means that after Aisha you are going to pray tahajjud so as if you're asking me which is best to pray after Isha? Or to pray after tahajud? The answer is to pray after 200. If you're not going to pray to hedger at all, then you should not have asked that question. To come back to your question. Can we pray one raka after Isha prayer, the answer is yes. Full stop.

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I met from the UK. Cinema and camera hula hula Akemon Salam wa taala, who barakato My question is Chef, if somebody generally they were very ignorant of the ruling and also

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and say for example, they just live like that. And then they eventually find out the ruling. But they when they do also, they only intend to uplift the most recent major impurity.

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So this one was all account for all the

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all the times division, if that makes sense. No, it doesn't at all make sense? Because you don't have scars and tattoos over your arm. This I did not make also for this I did not make also for and which means that oops, I have like 215 verses to be made up. So might as well soak myself in the ocean for a couple of months. Hope that uplifts. Although no, the second, the major ritual impurity is one. If you have it, you have it all the way even if you did 50 100 150 times, reasons to

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obligate you to do or should it still one muscle that suffices for all Therefore if a woman was in her menses, and she was in sexual impurity, and she wanted to do a haram for tawaf, and she wanted to do many things. One also would suffice for all of that, and Allah azza wa jal knows best. This is all the time we have. Until we meet Saturday night. I'll leave you here Manila was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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