The Role Model #12 – His Kindness

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The Prophet's love for his wife is discussed, including his love for his wife and his desire to be around people. He uses the operator to act with his mind and claims to be the god he wanted to see. The importance of praying in the presence of the Prophet is emphasized, along with the use of gloves and the operator in Islam culture. The operator is also used to signal obligation and the operator is used to signal words.

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It is without doubt that our Prophet, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the kindest person ever to have lived.

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And he was

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the best of people in moral conduct and ethics and way of dealing with people. He was

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soft

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and kind,

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tolerant, easygoing.

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He lived with people, and they loved how he lived with them.

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He was kind and soft and compassionate

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towards his wives, children, his companions, with everyone. Everyone who knew him, loved him, at first sight.

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Allah azza wa jal described him and praised him by saying, so by the mercy from Allah or Muhammad, you were lenient with them. And if you had been rude in speech, and harsh, and heart, they would have this abandoned from about you.

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So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was easygoing was kind was tolerant, not rude, not aggressive, not intimidating.

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And this is something that is rare to find nowadays. It's a quality that can only be found in leaders

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whom you respect, yet you feel their love and care not to be intimidated or frightened from them.

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This is how the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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when it came to his wives.

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And we know that wives differ.

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Some can be kind, some can be arrogant, some can be nagging, some can be rude.

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Women differ like men. However the prophets are so some with all of them

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was loving, and caring, and kind. He used to check on them each one every single day night women. He used to check on them in the morning and then after ASA.

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Nowadays, we hear complaints from so called men who are married to more than one and their wives complain that he may abandon her for a month or two without even calling or texting or checking or not even paying them their allowance and providing for them the essentials, such as food and shelter.

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These are not real men, let alone to be Muslims.

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Because this is not how the Prophet dealt with his wives. alayhi salatu salam, he, when he married, Isha, she was a young girl.

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And she loves him more than anything on

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earth.

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And he

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would appreciate and put into consideration her young age. So he used to send her

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other young girls to play with

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her friends

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so that she wouldn't be feeling lonely.

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He also used to do whatever she desired. As long as it was halal. He would go with it once the Abyssinians were playing with

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their swords and spears in the masjid, a form of training a form of, let's say dancing, but it's training actually.

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And the Prophet SAW Selim was watching them.

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He came from behind from inside her house. And the Prophet said, Would you like to watch?

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And she said, Yes. He wouldn't say, no, go hide. Don't look, don't watch. Don't do this. Don't do that, like so many of us may do, prohibiting what is permissible. Just to be safe. No, no, to be safe. Don't do this.

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Without any knowledge, the prophets are set up said to her come, she placed her

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chin on his shoulder, and kept on watching. And after a while, the Prophet said, Hey, do you have enough? Had you had enough? And she said, No, no, no, I'd like to watch more. And the Prophet would leave her ally, his salatu salam.

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Whenever she drank from a glass,

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let's say milk.

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The Prophet would take the glass and search for where she had placed her lips on to drink from and drink from the same spot.

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Just to show her how much love he has for her. And of course, a woman would be delighted

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to see her husband not being repulsed, or

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discussed, to use the same utensils she had used. Like, we always make a joke when I say to my wife, bring me a spoon, please. So I can eat with she says, take my spoon. I said, Okay, wash it seven times with water and once with soil.

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And then I get smacked on the face. This is a joke. But unfortunately, there are men who may act like this is no no, no, I wouldn't eat with the same spoon. The Prophet SAW Selim did that. He even went further to see when she had a bite from a bone that had meat on it, he would take it and look where she snatched the meat from and do the same from the same spot. And this makes the love grow between the spouses. When he used to call his wife

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he used to use what's known in Arabic as a tell him and tell him is deleting a letter or to

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to give a nickname. So instead of Isha,

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he would say yeah, ish.

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And that is a beautiful way of calling her.

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And

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he would also

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show his kindness, even when she is

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the wrongdoer.

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It was reported in an authentic hadith by a man even machine may Allah be pleased with him and with his father, that once the Prophet SAW Selim was with Aisha in their home.

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And they were in a heated argument.

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Like any couple, when Abu Bakr

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is his father, sought permission to enter.

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So he was given the permission and he entered his daughter's home.

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And he found i Isha shouting at the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, in a sense, raising her voice when talking to him.

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And he charged on her wanting to beat her and scold her, saying to her, do you raise your voice?

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up over the Prophet alayhi salatu salam.

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And when the Prophet saw this, of course, if he

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is the husband,

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and his wife was treating him like this, and it's her father who wants to reprimand her and scold her or beat her up. I didn't do anything. I didn't ask for it.

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I don't mind Be my guest. No. The Prophet SAW Selim immediately intervened and stood in a workers face.

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And he prevented him of course from doing anything because he was in his face in his way. So a worker left the house angrily with his daughter.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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went to terrify the Isha and said to her,

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don't you see? I prevented him from beating you up.

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Don't you see, I saved you from the man. You should be appreciative. Look how kind I am to you. So he's showing her what he did to her. And few minutes later, she started laughing with him and the Prophet was laughing with her back and they were happy again.

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Abubaker came to the house again,

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wanted to see what things are happening there. And when he entered, and found them laughing and giggling, he said, Oh prophet of Allah, as you have engaged me in your war, moments ago, engage me in Your peace, and tell me what you're laughing about.

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No harm is done.

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And the case was resolved. This is how kind the Prophet was alayhi salatu salam.

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He was extremely kind with children, whether his own or others.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam used to show his kindness

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even Abbas his cousin,

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may Allah be pleased with him. He used to say that the prophets Allah Salam, once saw me, he wiped over my head and made dua that Allah Allah grants me wisdom.

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And Assembly, Malik, his servant

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was a boy, a young boy serving the Prophet I said, I'm the Prophet was would always address him by saying, Yeah, Boonie

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my son. And this shows that the Prophet was showing him kindness and empathy, and being kind to him.

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Not only that, even toddlers, four years, five years of age, the prophet would nicknamed them

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and as May Allah be pleased with him, has a brother.

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And this brother had a small bird in a cage.

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And when the bird died,

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the boy wept and was saddened by it. And every time the Prophet came into their house, alayhi salatu salam would say, yeah, about all my mother for Allah. No, here, he would nickname him a child. And he say, Yeah, Abba Romain, the father of Omar.

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And the boy did not have a wife, let alone a child. But this is one of the etiquettes in Islam to nickname children.

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And also there was this young girl that the Prophet used to call him Khalid.

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He used to joke sometimes, but he never said any lies, he jokes, but never says any lies, and says, once the Prophet alayhi salatu salam called me, oh, you with the two ears?

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And of course, everyone has two ears, but some times people would feel insulted. But what do you mean by two ears? You have two ears. I didn't say that they're long or big or small or ugly to ears. So the Prophet used to do this alayhi salatu salam, but he would not lie.

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He would also not reprimand his servants, or the children. And so many Malik says, One day, the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam sent me on an errand. And I embedded in myself not to go, I wanted to play I wanted to have some time off. So I saw

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a group of children playing so I stood there watching them, and maybe wanting to play with them. When all of a sudden, I had someone holding me from my neck

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from behind me. And I looked, and it's the it was the prophet RSO salaam, laughing. And he said, Oh, nice. His name is Anna's will nice is the smaller version of the name.

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Una is did you go where I audited you to do or to go? So I said yes, a prophet of Allah. I'm going now.

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And the Prophet eyes some let him go. Laughing. No, reprimanding, no scolding. And it says, I served the Prophet alayhi salatu salam since I was a young boy for nine years. And never ever, he said to something I had done. Why did you do this? Or for something I did not do?

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Wouldn't you have

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done so and so

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he served the Prophet alayhi salatu salam for nothing. This was the idea of his smart wise mother on Salim who brought him to the prophet that is when he migrated to Medina. And she said, Oh prophet of Allah, this young child is an S. He's a smart, young boy, let him serve you. And the Prophet SAW Selim made dua for him. And indeed, that was one of the best steps a mother could ever take for her son, who accompanied the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam who memorize his Hadith, who was with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wherever he went, who got dua

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tremendous blessing and favours from Allah azza wa jal, when the Prophet says, or Allah, prolong his life, and give him many children, and bless his wealth. And as said, after the Prophet made these dice for me,

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do due to the requests of my mom, I am the longest of all the Companions I don't know companions left, he lived over 100

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and my offspring exceeded my children and grandchildren and great grandchildren exceeded 100. And I've buried many of them. And as for my wealth, all farms in Medina produce once a year, mine only produced twice a year.

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So what a beautiful reward for serving the best man ever to walk the earth. Nowadays, liberals and enemies of Islam should look they this is child abuse. How would How dare she give her own child to the Prophet to serve him at a sloth salaam, a foreigner, a stranger, blah, blah, blah, look at the fruits, he managed to gain from serving the Prophet alayhi salatu salam,

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the Prophet was kind adding his Salah to send him to his own grandchildren. He loved them more than his own children. Al Hussein

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Ibn Ali, his grandson, he was a young toddler playing in the roads of Medina, with other boys, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw him.

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When Al Hussein saw the prophet Isaiah salaam, he ran to him in a playful manner, and the Prophet extended his hands. So Al Hussein would go right in the prophet to do this, go left with do this until he embraced him. And he took him and kissed him. And he said, Al Hussein, is from me, and I am from him. May Allah love whoever loves and Hussein and by Allah, we love her saying, because the Prophet loves him, because he's a great companion, because he's the son of Ali, one of the 10, Heaven bound and the son of Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet of Islam, and he's one of the masters of the youth of Jannah.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam was so kind, that even in follow prayers, imagine when the Prophet is leading the congregation.

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And he's prostrating al Hassan or Al Hussein, one of them two grandsons of his

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would mount him as a write.

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The companion said, the prophet once prayed the horror, and he prostrated and he prolonged the prostration. We thought that he might have died. So one of us raised his head and found that his grandson is mounting him.

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So he went back to frustration. And when the Prophet concluded the prayer they said, Oh prophet of Allah, you've done something you've never done before you prolong the sujood. We thought that either you had died or Allah is revealing Quran to you.

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He said, neither of this happened, but my son, referring to his grandson

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mounted me as a ride, and I hated to hate him. So I just left him until he got bored and left.

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Compare this kindness

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With the grandchildren with what many of us do nowadays, leaving their children to daycare.

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Just because they, the the mother wants to work for extra cash, they don't need it. But she's bored. She wants to work, leaving the children to foreigner, maids, foreign maids who come from overseas, where their customs and habits and with even their different religions at times, and we don't know what they do with them

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and we snatch the children from their mom's laps and throw them to these maids or to the daycare centers, how such children would grow up.

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This act of kindness during prayer illustrates the Eman I saw a clip the other day

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of an Algerian Imam leading taraweeh.

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And there was a camera in front of him. And while he was reciting a cat

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climbed all over him to sit on his

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shoulder, licking his face and his Subhanallah recitation was not interrupted. He just patted the cat while continuing to recite the Quran instead of tossing it against the wall or stepping on it or doing something or being frightened Subhanallah

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kindness even with the animals,

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this is what we lack in our religion. The Prophet Salah Salem was

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play playful and joyful with children. My modem neurobion, one of the companions, one of the youngest companions ever to be classified as a companion, he said, I still memorize.

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I still remember

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Amen incident where the prophet was making woudl. And I came as a five year old.

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And I stood next to him. And the Prophet threw some water from his mouth while making wudu in my face, like we do with children when they are standing next to us, and we throw water in their faces and they laugh and enjoy this. So mood, who's a stranger? But recalls how the Prophet was kind to him at a Salatu was Salam. The Prophet was kind, even to his companions, even when they were angry.

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Once he went to his daughter's house fought him, and he asked, Where's daddy?

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And she confessed, we had a fight, or a heated argument. Yes, we companions were heaven bound, but we're humans, we tend to have different opinions over things. So we argued, and he did not like what he heard. So he left the house and did not come for the afternoon nap. So the prophet sent someone to look for him. And he, they found him lying in the masjid,

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on the soil. So the Prophet went to him and made him get up, dusting the dust from his shoulder saying, I'm about to rob, rise up, the father of dust

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up at least says By Allah, this nickname is better for me. And more beloved to me than abolhassan. His eldest is of Hassan. And usually we nickname a person by the eldest of his sons. So he says, Abba to rob the father of soil or dust. Wala is better and more beloved to me than a bill hasn't because it was set by the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and it shows us

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that the father in law, tries to reconcile

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is wise, is trying to patch things up. Instead of saying to his daughter, he was having a fight with you leave the house and come to my house. I'll teach him a lesson. Like so many arrogant ignorant imbeciles do with their daughters, instead of telling their daughters, be patient be tolerant, even if they, even if your husband curses me, or swears at me, or says bad things about me. Ignore it as if nothing had happened. Your husband comes first. This is not found anymore. Unfortunately, because parents don't have the wisdom. Don't have the knowledge in Islam, how to teach their daughters that her husband

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In this higher priority, even if he was wrongdoing, we can solve things nobody's perfect.

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Similarly, the Prophet said

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to his companion,

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and her that Are they familiar man, when he sent him to bring him the

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knowledge

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of the army forces, besieging Medina, in the Battle of the Trench. So it was freezing cold, but the Prophet made dua for him. And he felt like he was in a sauna, all the way there and all the way back and he told the prophet about the information he needed as a sinner. Then the cold came back to him. So the Prophet gave him his cloak to warm up with and he

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because he was tired, went to sleep. In the morning, the prophet woke him up and said, Oh, yeah, no man, again, no man, the sleepy one. So the Prophet is not saying calling him by name is nicknaming him to show his kindness sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam and there are so many, many, many stories

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all proved to us, that this man is unique. Now, we all can be this kind, but we all cannot be as brief as him, as knowledgeable as him as

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a man of authority as him, a man of power as him the greatest of all messengers as him. All of these cannot be collected and combined in one man, except the perfect man. And that is the role model. Mohamed Salah Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam. We have a short break. Stay tuned, and inshallah we'll be right back

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah and welcome back. Our first caller for today is Omar from the UK.

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Or slowly kosher welcome Salam Rapala.

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So, I'm in a bit of a dilemma. I mean, Kashmir at the moment, and I'm gonna be here for a while. And one day I was praying in the masjid, and I pray with my hands or pound my chest and the Imam approached me and said, What are you doing? Are you a well have you decided that you're going to cook? You're gonna crop out children? And my question is, should I pre behind him on? Yes, you are, you can pray behind him. Because this ignorant imbecile does not own the Masjid. The Masjid is the house of Allah. He has no authority on forcing people to pray as he wish, or as he wishes, whether you're a hobby or you're a Hanafy, or you're a Shafi or you're a Maliki, this is not an excuse my

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French business. So yes, pray in the masjid. Whenever he comes in approaches, you just give him a smile, like a stupid smile. And don't reply to him. Don't argue with him. Don't speak to him except by nodding your head and let him be. Because it's like, with all due respect, and you're a fly, you're not going to fight with a fly, you just do this and ignore it and it will go away. So these people, whether you're in Kashmir or in Pakistan, or in Bangladesh, they are ignorant imbeciles, and I say it with a loud voice because they have no authority on Muslims to practice whatever they want, okay, if I want to put my hands on my site, or put them beneath my navel, or put them on my chest,

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it's not your business. So who cares what they think or what they say. Just ignore them. Don't pay attention. Don't pick up a fight, because it's not worth it. Just smile to them and let them go away the way from Kashmir,

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a Salam aleikum, Sheikh salam ala. In our budget we pray with a three record in the third record after Imam says for a class according to the Sunnah, he raises his hands for DUA and does congregational tour. Is this the proper way of praying with her in congregational prayers? The jurors have stated that it is

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legitimate and part of the sunnah to make dua of note in which at before record and after

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To record and Hadith are authentic, so we don't have a say in it. What the Imam is doing is part of the Sunnah and a lot of the companions used to do this before record so there is nothing wrong in that insha Allah Amina from the Emirates

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hola

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Izzy, her love for Muslim to work for, I have with as a Revenue Officer,

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the I R F is

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dealing with taxes and collecting taxes is not permissible in Islam. According to the most authentic opinion, because the many Hadith where the prophet indicated realism, the gravity of the sin of the Ashara, who takes 10% of whomever comes for the authority for the government, and taxations are not permissible to be forcefully taken. This is my hard earned money, who gives you the right to take a percentage of it, whether it's customs or taxes or revenue, or whatever, all of this is not permissible. So even if there are scholars who allow this yet it is not permissible for you as a Muslim to work in such a department and Allah knows best.

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We have someone from Saudi Arabia, but I can't see the name.

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Hello, yes. What's your name?

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I'm Omar Armineh. Oh, I think from South Allah. I was mixing up with Amina Muna from Saudi Arabia. Yes, what can I do for you?

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She I have made a group on WhatsApp where I have where I upload the text from an authentic hadith

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regarding the female matters, or regarding praying your videos how to pray. Now I was thinking that if I can read the feed of Quran by ethnocracy for the for the sisters, am I an eligible candidate to do so? And one more thing during my periods can I read from reading wearing gloves?

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First First of all, if you are just reading what is in the Tafseer without commenting on it or putting your own views Yes, this is permissible it's like an any audio book. So you're simply reading the Tafseer that's there and you're not accountable for whatever right or wrong you reading because it's a trusted book. Generally speaking the seat of America here, so I don't see any problem in that providing you do not put any info or any comments from your own. If you're not qualified. As for your second question, you know that we only answer an entertain one question. But yes, if you are in your mindsets and you wear gloves and you touch the Quran, inshallah This is permissible. But

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Tara from Indonesia

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Salam Alaikum Alaikum salam, wa barakato

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che i would like to ask what is the rolling of growing living creatures in a whiteboard as a teacher, because sometimes we will to make an educational, more fun to the student. So, maybe I would like every now and then to draw something, maybe doing some Pictionary game. And then after the class is dismissed, our immediately erased the picture is this pregnancy will say, Okay, first of all, first of all, it is not permissible for a Muslim to draw living creatures.

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This is the only fixed from the authentic hadith of the Prophet ISIS, making those who imitate and mimic Allah's creation, to be the worst being tormented on the day of judgment. And this is really scary, I should do nasty. Adab and most severely punished on the day of judgment are those who imitate and mimic drawings of Allah's creation, meaning living creatures, you can draw plants and trees and landscape without a problem but when it comes to humans, birds, animals etc. This is prohibited. You can avoid this by avoiding facial features. So if you draw a cellulite of a man without fish facial feed

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chers you draw the body of a giraffe without its head, only the neck and the body. This is permissible in sha Allah, whether you erase it afterwards or not, doesn't make any difference

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Drean from Kosovo Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh se llama Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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So shave. My question is regarding the DUA. They said after the gathering, which is some Hanukkah a lot men will be handed a shadow and Lila and a stove will to be like so. Now if I'm in the masjid, listening to the lecture and the Imam is done lecturing, but he doesn't say the DUA when he's done, and he has made an unintentional mistake during the lecture, and I say this dua, when he is done, there will always be an explanation for the immense mistake, which is like a low wages Zack. First of all, the DA is a highly recommended da to say and conclude lots of things with mother Aisha says, the Prophet used to say this dua, whenever he concludes the DUA whenever he concludes a gathering

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and even when he concludes reading the Quran, a lot of the ignorant people say Sadhak Allahu alayhi, which is an innovation. What you should say is later Helen to Subhana.

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The DUA of kuffaar The legend Subhana, Colombo, Ambica shadow Allah Allah Halland a stone Hirokawa to Bolick This is highly recommended in the Sunnah as per the hadith of Mother HLD Alana so if the Imam makes a mistake in his lecture, Allah forgives him because this is not lovable. It's a mistake. It was an intentional so whether he says the dua or not insha Allah he's forgiven you saying it. I believe it does not have any value to the Imam and the congregation. But if you say it for your own sake, there's nothing wrong in that insha Allah Mustafa Mustafa from the US

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said, I'm only going to share how are you going?

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To I'm fine.

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Handling. So yeah, I have a question regarding I pick up.

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So I just want to know that can we sit at the curb like we have to sit on in our days in masjid or we have to sit for 10 straight days. Okay.

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First of all, decaf is a highly recommended sunnah.

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And the Prophet SAW Allah Allah Salam in the beginning, did their ticket in the first 10 nights of Ramadan, then he made it in the middle 10 nights of Ramadan, then he

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continued to make it in the last 10 nights of Ramadan, the full 10 Nights. So this is the Sunnah. Secondly, no one knows when Laila to other is.

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So it can be in odd numbers, nights, and it can be an even number nights. Because this is dependent on the month of Ramadan, is it 29 or 30. So when it's 29, the odd numbers differ than when it's 30. Because we detect the odd numbers by

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taking out the last 10 nights of the month, so when it's 29, the last 10 Nights is different when then it's 30. So that odd and even numbers are not known until the month is over, then we can tell. Therefore, it is wrong for people just to go every night of the 21st third, fifth, seventh and ninth thinking that definitely Leila Takada is one of them. No, it's not. It can be of the 28th 22nd fourth, sixth and eighth and 30th Depending on the month is 29 or 30 days and Allah knows best

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Xena from Pakistan.

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Salam aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah.

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Chef I wanted to ask that is it actually kufr? Or is it just an opinion of minority scholars that if we act to pray for someone like human so does it become tougher What do you mean by that? Can you give an example like, like I I, for some time that I am praying for someone for humans like my father some praying like what Yanni praying in dua, or Allah forgive my father or salah, Salah and you're worshiping your father

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If we act if someone acts because you did not answer me, you did not answer me. Are you worshiping your father when you're offering salad like this?

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So how do you offer salad for your father?

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Like you're showing them that you are praying.

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So you're pretending to pray to Allah. Just so your father would get off your case and not scold you for not praying?

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Correct? That that's not the exact reason but it's like something like that. No, this is real. This is not Cofer. This is Ria and showing off. And this is one of the major sins of Islam.

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Mas from the UK,

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said I'm only camera laborer to share our Labor Code character, I'm fine. Hamdulillah.

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So Sheikh, whenever I read the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasalam, saying that do the opposite of what Jews and Christians do. I've taken this to be a must afford on us. So I was just confused about the Hadith where he said that dye your hair because they don't do this. So I'm not sure what does this actually mean? Do we like make red blue? Or what does this actually mean? What is that, first of all, the instruction to go against the Jews and Christians in the idol worshipers? Usually, this is an order. And in Islam in a soul filled, the order verb is an indication of obligation, unless there is another evidence that lead uses it to recommendation. So an example the Prophet says Alice also,

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I used to forbid you from visiting graveyards. Now, visit them, because it reminds you of the hereafter. The verb visit them is an order. So by default, any order is an obligation.

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But the scholars have also will say, well, actually this is true, unless there is evidence to reduce it into a recommendation. What is the evidence? The evidence is any order that comes after the restriction. This restores it to the case it was before the restriction. So before prohibiting us from visiting the graveyards, what was the scenario, everybody used to go to graveyards if they wanted, this is not obligatory. This is not prohibited? It's permissible. So after the prohibition was uplifted by the order, it takes the same ruling before the prohibition which is permissibility another case, Allah says in the Quran for either Halal term for slaughter do once you're out of the

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state of a haram, you may hunt

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for Stardew is an instruction a verb go and hunt. So does this mean when I clip my hair or shave my head after a haram? I take my shotgun or my

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rifle and go and look for a game to shoot? No. Because before haram, which is a prohibition for hunting, what was the ruling? Hunting is permissible? It's not neither obligatory nor recommended. It's just permissible. In this case, it goes back to the same status. Now coming back to your question. The Prophet says La salatu salam go against the Jews and the Christian neither worshipers Grow your beard honor your bead let go of your beard. Any Hadith, reducing this to recommendation? Nope. Then it's a must. It's mandatory. Okay, the Prophet said go against the Jews and the Christians and die your white hair for they do not die.

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Okay, this is an order any Hadith, reducing it? The answer is yes. One the Prophet himself had white hairs he did not die. To the Prophet himself said that do not pluck the white hairs you have on your face or on your hair because they will come as light on the day of judgment and many others. So this hadith show us that having a white beard or white hair is okay. The recommendation is that you dye it, how to dye it. You can dye it with any color

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learned that is suitable and that does not make you stand in a crowd nobody says okay what about green or pink? Now, this is a little bit any new New Wave type of colors. The norm is to dye it with brown or with him now as it is the recommendation in so many things in the Sunnah. So henna is quite reddish

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sort of or orange color. So if you mix it with El Capitan, it becomes dark brown, but the prohibition is from dyeing your hair with black and this is totally prohibited and Allah azza wa jal knows best. I think we have time for sadaqa from Bangladesh.

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Salam Tala, how

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can I give rise or lentils as is Alcatel Peter? The answer is yes, it is permissible to give rise to give a lentils to give wheat to give dates. Any staple food that the people use can be given as Zika to El feta and Allah azza wa jal knows best this is all the time we have

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