The Role Model #15 The way he slept

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The importance of sleep as a sign of imperfection and culture is discussed, including the Prophet's use of the word "has been" in sermons and the importance of following rules and privacy. The speaker also emphasizes the need for women to be considered for a woman judge and privacy in marriage. The importance of praying and not giving gifts to anyone without permission is also emphasized.

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Hello Neil woman,

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Lehman

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Leung.

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Law her Kathy

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Smith

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and hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah Luna Alameen Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi edge Amin and badDo. Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam as salam aleikum, wa rahmatullahi wa barakato. And welcome to this new episode of the role model Salla Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam

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sleeping is one of Allah's blessings and favours upon us humans.

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And

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sleeping is a natural thing for living creatures, which without that would be a deficiency.

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But with Allah azza wa jal,

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it is not applicable because sleeping is a sign of imperfection, when it's attributed to Allah subhanaw taala This is why Allah does not sleep does not dose does not get tired. Unlike humans, if they don't sleep, this is a sign of imperfection.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the perfect human being. And he used to sleep like human beings do.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not deal with sleeping as if it's a luxury. Rather, he dealt with it as a necessity.

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And if you compare

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his way with our ways, you would find a very big gap. People nowadays,

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they spend an arm and a leg

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to buy lavish bedrooms.

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They would go to extravagance,

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in Bay being spread, spendthrift

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just to buy a place to sleep in. But the amount of money spent, shows that there is an imbalance in their heads. The perfect human being the best of Allah's creation, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He had a mattress

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and a pillow that were made of leather, stuffed with palm fibers.

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Leather pillow that's very uncomfortable and stuffed with palm fibers, not with ostrich feather or the likes.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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did not have luxury in his sleep, which made Omar wants

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after entering his room, and seeing the marks of his read mat,

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affecting his side alley, his Salatu was Salam. Because of their harshness and toughness, Omar wept.

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So the Prophet asked him, Why are you weeping?

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He said, Oh prophet of Allah. The Persians and the Romans are the Byzantium czar, living a life of ease, and you are in this state. They are disbelievers, and You are the messenger of Allah and you are in such a state, not having the adornments of life like they are.

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The Prophet said la salatu salam or Omar, these are people for whom they're good things have been hastened in this world.

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Doesn't it please you that this world should be for them. And the hereafter should be for us. Let them be

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few years, couple of decades. And then what? And they're six feet under, and then it's held for eternity. While we do to our patience, and tolerance, Allah who would grant us the highest levels in paradise.

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The prophets Allah Allah Allah said limbs, educating sleeping was well known.

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He used to often sleep on his right hand side facing the Qibla X

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exactly how we place

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the deceased in their graves. Whenever one of us dies, he's placed in his grave to lie on his right hand side, facing the Qibla all over cemeteries around the world, they're all facing the Qibla they're all facing Maccha in their graves, and there is no similar sign of unity in any religion that I know of, of similar to this.

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And sometimes, the Prophet used to lie down on his back

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as in some authentic Hadees that he was on the in the masjid, lying on his back putting one leg over the other.

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And nothing was mentioned about lying on the left side, which means it's permissible, though it's not from the Sunnah, but it is permissible.

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Then how about lying on your stomach?

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There are a hadith prohibiting this

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but the most authentic opinion at all of these Hadith are weak.

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Al Imam Al Bukhari may Allah have mercy on his soul said, there is not a single Hadith that is authentic in prohibiting lying on your stomach. But of course, it's best to be safe rather than sorry, and to avoid it altogether due to the dispute in lying on your stomach.

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The prophets Allah Allah, Allah, Allah salams routine was to sleep at the beginning of the night. So immediately after raesha he used to go to bed, and then he would wake up.

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At a later stage, whether after half of the night is over, or 1/3 of the night is remaining.

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He used to hate sleeping before Asia, meaning between Maghrib and Isha.

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And he used to hate talking after Asia, because it's a waste of time. Unless there is a legitimate reason such as discussing issues about Muslims, meeting Convo convoys, or sitting with the family.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam whenever he went to bed,

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they would not wake him up until he wakes by himself. And

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unlike us, the Prophet, eyes sleep

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like us, but his heart is awakened. So he knows what's happening around him. And this is why he would wake up sometimes and not perform Moodle.

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And when Mother Aisha would bring that to his attention, he says, I'm aware of myself even when I'm asleep, I should unlike all of you, we when we sleep, that's it. We have to perform model we don't know what came out of us what's happened to us in our sleep. But the prophet does sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now,

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we hear doctors saying that you need to sleep at least eight hours a day.

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And people are convinced people think that this is the right thing to do.

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But when we monitor

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the lifestyle of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, we find that it was not as such. You see, the prophets sleeping was not

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total

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seclusion or detachment of life. It wasn't running away from problems. It wasn't trying to slip from responsibilities. He used to sleep couple of hours, three hours at most.

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And then he wakes up.

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It is he whom Allah said, all wrapped in your garments.

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Arise and pray the night except little of it.

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This is how the Prophet dealt with nighttime or the his Salatu was Salam. He dealt with sleeping as a form of worship, even in his sleep, because Allah says in the Quran, Paulina Salah to say virtually my prayers, my slaughtering and sacrifice my life and my death is for Allah the Lord of the worlds so f

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Everything I do is for Allah azza wa jal, even when I go to bed, Alvaro, mela VPS with a man with his father says, the Prophet ordered me out of his salatu salam, whenever you want to go to bed, perform a volution

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Why would I perform a revolution? I'm going to sleep

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so that you go to bed in the state of purity and lie on your right hand side and say this long DUA and he taught him the DUA we all say before going to sleep. And there are so many doors so many car

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we say before closing our eyes and shutting down.

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One of them is Miss McCullough Houma, a hell of a mood, oh Allah in your name, I live in in your name, I die. Look at the resemblance between death and sleep.

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Because

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in the Quran, Allah refers to sleeping as a form of death.

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And this is why Allah refers to Jesus or ISA peace be upon him when he was directed him, as put him in a state of sleep, which some of the ignorance understood it as a state of death, and he did not die. Allah said that clearly. He was not killed, he was not crucified. He's not dead. He's still alive, but in a state of sleep.

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And one of the etiquettes that the Prophet used to do all his sermon teachers teaches us to do is that when ever you want to go to bed, the Sunnah is that you sweep your bed with the inside of your garment. Because you don't know what came after you on it. Whether it's bedbugs, or the jinn or the devil's, so you sweep it with your the inside of your garment to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam. And once you are on your bed, you start to say the car of bed time.

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Among them is cupping your hands blowing.

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Then reciting the last three call

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surah. Talia class, Al Messiah. So that AlFalah Seward UNECE Kulu, Allahu Ahad call out a little bit follow up, call out the witness, then you wipe your entire body as you can. Then you copy it again, you blow and then you recite the said again and you wipe and then your cup, blow, recite. And third time you wipe

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and

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to often order his companions, relatives and loved ones, to observe the UScar of going to bed. Like in the previous Hadith we mentioned of Al Baraka as, likewise in the hadith of Fatima and Ali, may Allah be pleased with them. When he instructed them to say Subhana Allah 33 times Alhamdulillah 33 times Allahu Akbar 34 times before going to bed, and he told him that this would give you energy better than having a servant in your home.

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And the Prophet himself alayhi salatu salam

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used to recite Surah Tabarak Surah Mulk.

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And we note we know that these 30 verses of the Quran will intercede for you will prevent you from being tormented in your grave with the grace of Allah.

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And he used to recite Surah Al Kafeel rune Alia you heard Kathy rune. And sometimes he used to recite Surah, Surah and Surah to Zuma. And these take a lot of time. But it shows you that going to bed is not

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a normal thing. Rather it is a form of worship, that our Prophet used to do either his salatu salam now

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if we were to compare apple to apple

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how do we go to bed every single night? Do we follow these rituals? Do we perform well do do we lie on the right hand side? Do we face the Qibla? Do we say the earth car? Do we cup our hands and blow and then wipe our bodies three times? Do we recite a little course

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Do we recite the last two verses of Surah Al Baqarah

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as instructed by the prophet Isaiah of Salaam, so many things that we fail miserably

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to follow the Sunnah of a role model. And this shows you the distance between us. And him. If we were to enter Paradise, I know the vast majority of you hearing this would say, is it mandatory share? Is it watch it? Of course not. The answer is no. So a lot of you would shrug their shoulders and say, Okay, it's not mandatory, I'm not going to do it.

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And in reply would say, Okay, if you're not interested in going to the highest level of paradise, then don't do it.

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It's all

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depending on

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how enthusiastic you are, how interested how serious you are.

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The more effort you put in a business, most likely, the more income you will get, and the less effort the most likely your business will fail and be ruined. Don't do this with your hereafter. He's your role model. He was sent up to us for a purpose and that is to follow his footsteps. So do your level best to follow him to follow Him. And when you go to bed tonight, try your level best to follow these steps and in sha Allah, Allah who will make me and you among those to be resurrected under his flag. Heather will Allahu Allah Municipale Urmila Aslam 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's Shahid from India

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Chad

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and we have Mohammed from the US.

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A Salam aleikum Rama below better how to ship from South LA VIDA cattle.

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In honor of today's topic about how the Prophet Muhammad has stopped, the salam slept. Is it part of the sunnah to wipe the effects of sleep off your face? Or to rub your face and awaken up the reason I'm asking this because the Prophet have stopped to Salam ordered us to wash her hands three times after waking up. Because we don't know where our hands have been. In my honest opinion, I wouldn't want to touch my face first thing in the morning. If I don't know where my hands were during the night, please guide me on the shade. Just talk with him. What does that come? Well, you have to stay tuned till tomorrow's episode because tomorrow is all about waking up. Today, it was all about going

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to bed. So the etiquettes of waking up will be discussed on tomorrow's episode insha Allah azza wa jal, which hopefully would be the final of our series, the role model for Ramadan, as tomorrow is the last day in sha Allah who as a watcher, so you have to stay tuned. Money from the US

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cinematic morons

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when it comes to them, or I have a law here what I got

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a person

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with the attitude like thinking that he's worshipping law, because he deserved to be worshipped, and he doesn't fear him and he doesn't anticipate for the bar from him is this kind of approach? Right?

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Okay.

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So,

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brother Muneeb is talking about a, probably some Sufi, Mystic beliefs

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where they think that they worship Allah out of sheer love. Not that they're afraid of his wrath and hellfire, not that they are looking to

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be admitted to paradise and gain Allah's mercy. No, they think that this

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is not pure worship of Allah azza wa jal and the scholars of the self used to say, Whoever worships Allah azza wa jal out of fear alone. He's a Harare, his house marriage. And whoever worships Allah, out of Hope alone. He is a Mooji.

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And whoever worships Allah azza wa jal, out of love, alone. He says, Indeed, he's a heretic. And those who worship Allah out of fear, hope and love, are true believers.

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Allah azza wa jal described his own Messengers, peace be upon him, them all,

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and the righteous worshipers to call to call upon Allah azza wa jal,

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in hope, and out of fear.

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So who you are,

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to come and say and claim that I don't fear Allah, I don't hope what Allah has, I just love Allah and this is why I worship Him. This is

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not the way of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam who used to say, I am most knowledgeable among you, of Allah, and the most fearful of him. So you tend to tell me, that you are better than the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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that you don't fear Allah, like the Prophet used to fear Allah azza wa jal. This means that you are a heretic, you are not a real Muslim. So be careful of what you say and what you believe. Because the only path

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to survive and for your salvation is the path of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam, sadly, from Bangladesh assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Why do you consider Allah here Well,

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I thought is partying during after prayer, so I didn't stop praying. And I also don't break my fast they sporting is more likely why teachers but fully ready. I started having the flow of blood during Asia prayer, so I didn't pray dice up prayer. Now my question is, do I need to make up the fast after the Ramadan because of the spotting.

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We've stated this before a number of times and said that it's an issue of dispute. Whether a woman when she gets sporting before her menses accompanied by cramps maybe or not, and back pains, etc. Should she consider this to be part of her menses or not? It's an issue of dispute, the most authentic opinion and this is the opinion of Sheikh immunoassay mean may Allah have mercy on his soul that such spottings or color discharges before the establishment of the flow of the blood are considered to be part of his the harbor or what you need to do is after the event, clean yourself change the soiled clothes and perform Moodle and pray

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once the flow of the blood is established, this is when you start to consider it as your menses therefore your fast is valid

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zero Dean from the UK

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dollar but I catch it from SoundCloud I catch How Are you SURE HOUSE Alhamdulillah have the role model

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Jeff, me very, very badly, there's some sort of quarrel around you.

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Okay, can you hear me now? Yes. Okay. Um, I wanted to ask for the ruling on raising the hands. Once you ask you to cite the fact you have. Some people often refer to how they raise their hands and say I mean as if they're making

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okay, like literally on that.

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Okay, I will answer inshallah. So, what Zeno deen is referring to is during Fatiha some people when they recite it, and they come to the end and say later in the mobile Valley model

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For all the mean they do this. Of course, this is a clear innovation. And I don't know where these people are getting this, but most likely, they are like orangutangs with respect to me, they see people do things and say whoa, this looks nice. Sometimes.

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The while the Imam is reciting Shaheed Allahu Allahu Allah ilaha illa, who, the moment they see or hear the shahada, they say,

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What are you doing? This is not Tisha hood, but they move their finger whenever Allah has mentioned in standing position, this isn't innovation.

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But I saw people do this. It looked cool, man. So I picked it up. after fajr

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doing the car all of a sudden one of them just goes in prostration Hey, what are you doing? said this is true, Chrono sujood This is showing my gratitude to Allah for what he said for everything Allah has given me I do this every Fajr and six, seven people around the masjid look at me as it looks cool. And they start picking it up innovation. They're sinful, and they will be punished for that. So what they're doing of raising the hands when saying I mean, it's totally prohibited.

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Yousef from Ghana.

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Salam aleikum, che i exempt Allah

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Alhamdulillah What can I do for you?

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As we all know, this popular Hadith that our prophet for the demand to give the mother three consecutive time before the Father.

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Now let's come back to our previous lesson what our Prophet loved.

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You spoke about locations, food, and also people. Among people. You mentioned about the companions. You mentioned about the uncles, their wives, and even you mentioned about under that.

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Now my problem is why is the mother was not mentioned in this list? To please will you clear this my conscience for me? I don't understand your question. Youssef. The Prophet sallallahu sallam, in many Hadith mentioned the role of the mother, and the importance of the mother, and how one has to be dutiful to his mother. And as you've stated clearly, when a man came to him, and he said to him who's most worthy of my companionship, he said, your mother, then who your mother, then who your mother, then who your father. So mom's have 75% of your attention rather than your father.

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Your compassion, your mercy. So I don't understand which list you're talking about.

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Because these are your priorities, your father and your mother.

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And the Prophet himself had a salatu salam

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did not have the luxury time and the quality time was it with his own mom, who died when he was six years of age, and most of his life was out in the desert, being raised by Halima Sadie and her tribe, so that he would learn how to speak fluent Arabic and to be out of the city environment.

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That's healthier for youngsters to grow up in.

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Yet, at his old age, when he was in his mid 50s, or 60s.

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He wept once. And when he was asked, he told his companions that I requested Allah to seek forgiveness from my mother. And Allah denied me permission. And this shows you how much love he had for his mom, though he did not encounter her for a long time. So I don't know what your question was about, but I hope this sheds some light on it.

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Ameerul from Malaysia

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As Salam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah ubicado Are you concerned lava Kaito

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Yoshi hamdulillah Masha Allah, may Allah bless you with this one of Mountain Dew

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and my question is insha Allah Alhamdulillah this year I'm going to make OMA but I have literally have no knowledge how to make Anwar, can you give me a detailed explanation? explanation how to move from A to Z?

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Okay, first of all, may Allah azza wa jal make your ombre easy Second of all, it's very easy to know and learn the etiquettes of Umrah but to do it

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Hear in details that is not applicable because this is a q&a and we have a lot of people waiting to post their questions. However I would direct you to go to Islam QA a dot info, Islam QA one word, dot info, and in sha Allah you will find a detailed description of the Umbra of the Prophet Allah so Sam and if you were to visit my YouTube channel, you will also find the description of the Umbra their beard Nila

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is hand from Singapore.

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A Sonali soft Allah

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Sheikh, basically I'm from Srinagar it's a place in Kashmir.

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Yes sir.

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Basically my question is a bit sensitive and at the same time it's very important to understand

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is it necessary to follow a particular motherboard a sec because how I look at this situation is that I consider myself as a musta hit and I'm interested in researching and finding out things Okay, are you are you are you Mr. Hyde in the sense that you know, Arabic fluently you know, yeah, I am in a sense that I have I'm interested in researching and finding out and analyzing Do you Do you know, Arabic fluently

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Yeah, I know Arabic fluently. So if this is the case, and have you studied the Quran the ossola the little circle Madhavi Yeah, I know how the rules and derive ation is done in Fick

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how are they how these things are derived? I know that but the problem is that people tell that you cannot do it by at your own level, you cannot interpret these things at your own level, you have to particularly follow a mother otherwise you're gara McKeldin. So I'm not a lay man, I know how to how rules and derivations are done.

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Whether it would be fake or anything, but the problem is that people didn't understand it.

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Yeah, I what I what I have at my own level understood that a person who don't have even the basic knowledge and namesake Muslim for him, I believe that he should follow a particular mother because it would be safest Okay, I got your question is hard. Now, first of all, the brother says that he knows how to speak Arabic fluently. And that he has done his basic studies and he knows the rules of a solid fair over Fair of the obligations and the rulings of Tafseer etc. If this is the case, you are a student of knowledge, and you can look into the different schools of thought and scrutinize them. cross reference them with the Quran, the Sunnah with the understanding of the three favorite

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generations and come to a conclusion, you're not obliged to follow a particular madhhab providing you fit the conditions. And this is between you and Allah. If you say that you speak fluent Arabic. Allah is your judge. You don't care what people say or think you can follow whatever you want to follow, because you have the capacity, the ability and the know how to know whether Imam Shafi verdict over this issue is correct or Imam Abu Hanifa. When it comes to touching a female, whether it's your wife or your mom, or your sister, Imam Shafi says this nullifies your widow in Abu Hanifa says it doesn't, which one to follow.

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If you don't

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have the ability to distinguish, you must select one share that you trust, his knowledge, his wisdom, his religious practice, and follow him all the way or a school of thought. But if you have the ability,

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and I mean, the real Islamic scientific ability of knowing Arabic fluently knowing the Quran, knowing the Hadith knowing the fact knowing go solo fake, then you can scrutinize these two opinions and reach a verdict without being among Khaled

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abou Abdurrahman from Italy.

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From South Africa

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Okay, that is we said

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that, the two names in the main side, abou Abdurrahman, and Abdullah is the date name. So I want to know, in the female side, which name is the best.

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The Hadith that you're referring to is in the plasma in Allah, Abdullah who had the ramen

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and another narration elsewhere from dosa, he was toppled asthma, and Harry thornham meme and the most truthful names

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are a heartfelt hammer. As for women, we don't have a similar Hadith. Therefore, the sky's the limit you can call women as you like, preferably. And this is what I like to be out of names Arabic names that are related to the female companions so that they would have some sort of role model to look up to. And Allah knows best.

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Haider from Pakistan.

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Okay, I think we've lost Haider

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Isma from France.

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I Salam club rockauto.

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Hello.

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Hello. Yes. You hear?

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I don't understand what you're saying, I smell. Do you hear me? Do I see you?

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Can you hear me? She? Oh, no, I cannot hear you. I can hear you. But I cannot see you. What's your question?

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Your problem continues, we incontinence. And basically yesterday, it didn't stop or it was irregular. And I didn't know when to pray. So I've prayer when I want it. But the thing is that

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when

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before the end of prayer, like it's been like 10 minutes, and it seems to stop. So my question is, do I have to repeat my prayer or not? Okay, first of all, when the incontinence is of two types, either the type that is continuous, and it's

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causing a lot of hardship for you to perform rather than break, perform or don't pray and break, because of its continued being continuous. In this case, you have to perform although only after the time of the prayer is due. And while doing Budo. If something comes out while praying, if something comes out, this has no impact on your world or your prayer till the end of time.

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The second type of

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wind in continents is the type that comes at a specific time. But then, you know, for certain that there would be a time where there would be enough gap for you to perform wudu and pray without anything coming out. In this case, you have to wait.

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The problem is that if you are in between you don't know. This is something between you and Allah, if you are always considered to have this coming to you, and

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you have a lot of hardship, because it doesn't usually stop. And you prayed at the beginning of the time. And it so happens that at the end of the time, it stopped.

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Not as usual. This is irregular. Usually it doesn't stop, then your prayer is valid inshallah without a problem.

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I met from the US.

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Salam aleikum. I stopped Allah.

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Okay, sure. My question is related to prayer. So I was praying behind a mom during our prayer. And for the first Tasha hood, I went down and they made a mistake and he went up, but I did see that and then I sold it like, couple seconds later and I got up. And then I continued, is that okay? Or does that mess up? So did the Imam skip the first shot?

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Yeah, he forgot it. And then at the end he did to

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know your prayer is 100%. You haven't done anything wrong. Your prayer is 100 valid and correct.

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Haider from Pakistan.

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Salaam aleikum? Sure. So if Allah

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shaped my sister is gonna get married soon and my father wants to give her some gifts like clothes, gold and furniture, or in laws don't have any demand but my sister don't want to take furniture she says she will only take things that she will use. Otherwise, it's against dignity of her husband, and since her husband cannot use his wife property without her permission, and since it's his responsibility to provide for her wife, my father is also hard patients already go to stocks. He wants to avoid people don't which PCAC already feel them. Is behavior of my sister valid in terms of Islam, or or should she accept those gifts in the situation? It seems that as long as the husband is

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not demand

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handing anything or anticipating any such dowry from the bride's family, nor is the norm. And they're not requesting anything. I believe that there is no problem in the father giving gifts to his own daughter. So clothes, jewelry, all of these are normal things. But when it comes to furniture, this is a bit awkward. Because this is the responsibility of the husband. If I were to get married, and then my father in law says, okay, the bedroom and the living room is on me, I'd be offended.

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Why? I'm a man, I earn. Zach Allah, Hey, you want to give a gift to your daughter, give her jewelry, give her cash, give her clothes, that she's your daughter. It's her own property, but usually the house and whatever is in it belongs to me the husband. So, in a sense, I know and I feel where your sister is coming from, especially when she doesn't want her husband to be to get used to

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having a father in law, providing and giving unconditionally. He would become a sugar daddy to them. So yes, limit such gifts to your own daughter, not to the house, not by her husband that car or the likes, because this would be like the Hindus dowry. And this is not from Islam.

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Selma from the UK

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if you had some dirt in your hand, and you washed it off,

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but there's, after you found out when you preyed on there's still some residue. Do you have to like,

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pray again? Because it isn't negligible? I don't know. How much is it?

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Um, I'm

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Skyler.

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I'm not sure. If you're not sure how good How can I answer you?

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Well, what is negligible? Something that is like a.of A pen is negligible.

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Okay, so I don't know when what kind of residue is it a barrier that prevents water from reaching the skin?

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I'm pretty sure.

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Okay, once you're sure. Once you're sure give us a call Shemona from Bangladesh.

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Maluku Sheikh salah, can you hear me? Yes, I can.

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Sir, my question is, I somehow felt like that studying Manmad law and being a woman jazz is a coupon and I conveyed it to my parents. And they shouted in strongly and scolded me and it was like, and he was in crowds, Christ and I even fearing that my dad and have a stroke from stress, and as many people do nowadays from stress, and I cried that, okay, I become a judge even if it becomes q4, I have to say my dad is is a set statement. q4, I did q4, how do I What is it? What is it that you're studying?

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Manmad law. So you becoming a lawyer,

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sir, woman judge a woman what?

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That judge okay. So, basically speaking, it is not permissible to study and to work as a judge with manmade laws. Because if you look at chapter five, Surah Telma, EDA, verse 4445, and 47. They all speak about whoever rules with other than Allah's law, then he is a Kaffir. He is a volume, he is a facet.

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So the most authentic opinion is that it is not permissible at all, to legislate laws that go against Islam and Sharia, and legislating such laws would take a person out of the fold of Islam. Judging with such laws, depends on the intention. If he thinks that it's equivalent to Islam, Sharia or better, he's a Kaffir. If he thinks that Islam Sharia is better, but he's doing it because he wants worldly gain, then he's a volume and if he's doing it out of his sheer ignorance, not knowing what is right and what is

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He's wrong, then he's a facet. So, for you to work as a woman judge, this is totally prohibited. And if they scold you and admonish you and want you to forcefully study it, go to the university and fail.

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There is nothing big about it one, two semesters when you fail, they will know that you're not cut for it and they will change it into something else. This is all the time we have until we meet tomorrow be vanilla Azzawajal. I leave you here Manila was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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