The Role Model #16 – the way He woke up

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The importance of waking up during the night to avoid waking up again and following the god's words in relation to religion is discussed. The use of models and models to explain the Prophet's words and the importance of practicing true prayer. The use of sealers and writing letters to ensure privacy during events and avoiding racist and racist comments. The importance of fasting during the day is emphasized, as it is considered to be the first day of Easter. The use of fasting during the day is also discussed, as it is the first day of Easter and the day of the.

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He Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Mabrouk Rahmatullah Alameen Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Germain and my Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam as Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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last episode we talked about the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went to sleep when he went to bed.

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And today, we're going to talk about the way he woke up from sleep.

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And as we've mentioned earlier that the Prophet dealt with sleeping and waking up as a form of worship

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as a ritual that is surrounded by a car and deeds and tasks that would draw us closer to Allah azza wa jal

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Whenever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would wake up, he would say Alhamdulillah Allah the Ohana, bad Amma Amma Tana what you lay him no short, very short, concise, do

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Praise be to Allah, who has brought us back to life after causing us to die. And to him is the resurrection.

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And as we all know, sleeping is

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a Brethren of death.

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And a person who's asleep is almost in the state of death. This is why in paradise, there is no sleeping. No one sleeps in paradise. It's

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joyful time for eternity, because death is no longer long longer existing in the Hereafter, neither in hell nor in heaven.

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And whenever the Prophet sallallahu Sallam woke up from his sleep, he would start by brushing his teeth so that any

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odor would disappear. So he used to use Well, I didn't bring my sweater they didn't know I did. He used to use this miswak and he used to do this sideways with his mouth so that when he recites the Quran, the smell of his mouth would be pleasant. We know that when you go to bed, by default, sleep would cause your mouth to not smell in a nice way. So he used to begin with the sea work. Then he would perform Moodle.

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And why would he perform Moodle?

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as reported by Bukhari and Muslim

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told us that when we go to sleep,

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Satan ties three knots

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at the back of our heads, stating with each not sleep, there is a long night ahead of you, meaning you can wake up a little bit later you can wake up half an hour or an hour later, until the break of dawn maybe until the day is up. This is how Satan works. So he ties three knots.

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If the individual wakes up and remembers Allah like the prophets Allah is Assam dua Alhamdulillah and Lady Hannah or the other daughters we will mention

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shortly inshallah Allah. So if he remembers Allah, one knot is untied. And if he performs widow, a second knot is untied. And if he stands up for prayer, the third knot is untied. So when he wakes up in the morning, he wakes up fresh, feeling good or otherwise if none of these three were to take place, then he would wake up lazy and feeling down. Then we said that the Prophet would begin with Wadhwani Hisako serum.

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It is worth noting that there is

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Hadith where the prophet said alayhi salatu salam that we should not insert our hands in a bucket before washing it three times.

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And the Prophet justified this by saying, because one of you during his sleep,

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does not know where his hands had been.

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Now remember,

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this hadith was stated when they did not have faucets. So the only containers of water available were buckets. So in order to dip your hands in, or to scoop some water you had to dip your hands in. And this is what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us not to do.

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And he said, You don't know where your hand spent the night.

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Some people thought that this is referring to impurities in Nigeria.

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And this is not true.

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Yes, it is a possibility that you may

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touch your private parts while asleep.

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Or someone's else private parts. But this doesn't mean that your hands are soiled and there isn't a Jassa.

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washing the hands after waking up is a form of worship.

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Because even if I were, for example, to wear my gloves

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and go to bed, and the moment I wake up, I take off my gloves. Would I be exempted from washing my hands? Because I know where my hands were. And they were protected with these gloves that says no, you have to wash your hands as well.

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Because this is a form of worship. Now,

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the Prophet also SallAllahu Sallam ordered us when we wake up

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to do

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or to blow our noses after rendering our noses three times and he said that Satan or the Devil sleeps at your nostrils. So when you wake up, you don't see shaytaan you don't see a see the devil, but you comply with the instruction and you raise your nose and you blow it three times as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has instructed you to do

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there are other narrations

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which stated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as per the Hadith or even best mallet at peace with him and with his father. Whenever he woke up in the middle of the night,

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he either wiped His face with his hands

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trying to wipe the traces of sleep

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in an authentic hadith, he would wash his hands and face recite the last 10 verses of surah Allah Imran and then goes to bed again.

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To wake up again afterwards, recite the 10 verses of Ali Imran

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and perform a model which is moderate, not perfect, not

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the minimum but in between and then commence or start his night prayers or tahajjud.

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So this is also part of the confirmed sunnah.

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One of the duo has the beautiful daughters that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to observe when he wakes up in the middle of the night is the following long dua. It's a beautiful dua but it shows you how the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam dealt with sleeping and waking up as a form of worship and getting close to Allah azza wa jal.

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So the Hadith goes, whenever he woke up for night prayer, he used to say, Oh Allah, to you, praise or to you be praise. You are the light of the heavens and the earth and everyone in them.

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To you. Be praise. You are the sustainer of the heavens and the earth and everyone in them.

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To you. Be praise. You're the sovereign of the heavens in the Earth and everyone in them

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to you. Be praise. You are the truth. Your promise is true.

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Your words are true. The meeting with you is true. Paradise is true. Hell is true. The hour is true, the prophets are true. Mohammed is true. Oh Allah, to you I have submitted

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in you, I have put my trust in you, I have believed to you, I have repented. With your help and guidance, I have debated, and to you, I turn for judgment. You are our Lord, unto you is our return. Forgive me, for my past and future sins, for those who have committed secretly, and those have committed openly and for whatever you know more about than me, or then I, you are the one who brings forward and the one who puts back You are my God, there is no god but you and there is no power and no strength except with you.

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Imagine if you were to wake up every single night for night prayer, and say these beautiful words.

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What would your connection Be with Allah azza wa jal how strong your trust and reliance and dependence on Allah would be? This is what every one of us should observe. How to Follow our role model sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also

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part of the first things that he used to direct us to say Alayhi Salatu Salam

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is the following words. He says whoever wakes up in the middle of the night and says, immediately not asking, what is the time not checking his mobile phone for messages or checking the news timeline. Now the first thing he says after opening his eyes, La ilaha illa who the hola Cherie Keller, the whole mole koala hood hum, well who are the Coolessay in Kadir? Alhamdulillah. Wa Subhan Allah, Allah Allah illallah wa Allahu Akbar, Willa how Allah Allah Who water in La Villa. Then after saying this, he says, Oh ALLAH forgive me. Or he asks Allah for dua or Allah pay off my debt, or Allah make me succeed and securing a good job or Allah guide my children and wife, any dua. The

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Prophet says Allah so salaam, whoever does this meaning saying the vicar, then asking Allah, Allah will answer him.

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And if he were to pray, Allah Who will accept his prayer,

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some of us may encounter nightmares.

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And they wake up terrified and frightened.

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What is it that they're supposed to do? What did a role model tell us to do Salalah hottie or yourself. So the Prophet, when it comes to dreams, told us that there are of three types.

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A dream that you wake up,

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feeling happy, seeing something joyful, and pleasant. The Prophet said, this is a glad tiding from Allah, that's a good vision. Only tell those who love you, so that they would interpret it to the best of meanings. And you will be optimistic by that.

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Number two, you may see something that you wake up frightened of something that is scary and nightmare.

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The Prophet says Allah is awesome. The moment you wake up, what should I do? Seek refuge in Allah from the cursed Devil Satan.

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Three times you say, I will do Allah him in the shaytaan the regime, you say that three times, then spit to your left, three times dry spitting.

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Then do not tell anyone about it. Not a soul, not a friend or foe.

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And another narration the Prophet says are set up and then stand up and pray to rise.

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This would

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eliminate and annihilate any danger of such

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have a vision and just throw it in the dustbin. Forget about it, it's not going to harm you. The Prophet says that as a son, it is not going to harm you. The third vision, or dream is what you see related to your day to day activities. You booked a flight, you go to bed, or what you see is planes and airports, checking in things related to your journey, you're a mechanic, all what you see in your dreams are engines and grease and oil and racetracks, etc, and so on. This is from your sub conscience. This is, this has no significance at all.

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So if you see a bad dream, this is what you should do.

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Seek refuge in Allah three times, spirit dryly to your left, never tell a soul about it, and pray to recognize and prayer has a profound effect an impact on our peace of mind, and the tranquility that we may find. And this is why the Prophet said Allah He salatu salam, the best of prayer. After the five followed prayers is the prayer in the middle of the night.

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And the prophets, prayers, la slops,

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as well as his forms of worship, were the most perfect.

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And whenever the Prophet did something, he fixed it in his routine.

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And he would say, the most beloved deed to Allah azza wa jal

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is what you're consistent on, even if it's little.

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So wherever the Prophet did something of good deeds, alayhi salatu salam, he would be consistent with it till the end of his life.

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And that is why his habit, his sunnah was to pray night prayer.

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So if he were to miss his winter, his night prayer, due to an illness, or any other legitimate reason, he would make it up in the morning time, when it is the bluehat time after the sunrise by 15 minutes are 10 Till before the dawn of the her by five to 10 minutes. This is the time of Buddha prayer. And this is the time which the Prophet SAW Allah Salam used to make up for his missed night prayers, bearing in mind that according to mother, Aisha, he used to pray 11 records, sometimes 13.

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So, when he make them up in the morning time, he does not pray them in odd numbers. So instead of praying 11 Because there is winter and winter can only be done during the nighttime, he adds Urraca and he prays 12

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So he prays to two to a set of six.

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And these are 12 records, to make up for the missed

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prayers that he missed during nighttime.

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The prophets prayer are a salatu salam was beautiful.

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And we mentioned this in previous episodes that it was long, not like our Ferrari Imams.

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Rather he would probably pray in one Raqqa three of the longest Sutras of the Quran, Al Baqarah and Nisa, and add Imran and he would not recite it quickly. Rather, he would recite it in a slow fashion, contemplating and pondering upon the verses. Whenever he passes by a verse of mercy he would ask Allah for His mercy. And whenever he passes by a verse of torment and hellfire he would seek refuge in Allah as well.

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And the Prophet used to pray standing up SallAllahu wasallam until the end of his life when he became old and tired. Mother Aisha says, when he gained some weight, he used to pray sitting down. And this is for night prayers. And also have some may Allah be pleased with her, reported the same that the Prophet never prayed sitting down until a year before his death and he used to pray

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volunteer prayers sitting down and how to sit when you sit down. You can sit normally, or you can sit, crossed legs, which is the most comfortable and

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convenient way of sitting, especially if you're prolonging your recitation.

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Having said that, what we see from some of the brothers from the subcontinent, insisting on praying, the Sunnah after maghrib or Asia or after Lahore in the masjid.

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Insisting on praying it sitting down, this is not part of the Sunnah.

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And they think that, Oh, I've read somewhere, or I've heard a share saying that it is a sunnah to pray sitting down. This is not true. The Prophet did that alayhi salatu salam, when he got old and tired,

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due to the problems and due to being overwhelmed by the people.

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Besides, the Prophet told us in an authentic hadith alayhi salatu salam, that the prayer of a person standing up is best. And he's related that to voluntary prayers. And whoever prays sitting down, he will only get half of the reward of a person standing up. So you should not pray sitting down if you have the energy and if you're young and don't have any reason to sit down. Because this is not part of the Sunnah, except for those who have a legitimate reason. I pray to Allah azza wa jal that we succeed in following our Prophet alayhi salatu salam is a role model

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and that we try to follow his sunnah in all aspects of life, so that we may be led to be resurrected under his flagship on the Day of Judgment. Her the Allahu Alem when he spoke to the enemy Ilahi Islam, we have a short break, stay tuned, and inshallah we'll be right back

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullah and welcome back. Our first caller for today is Brother Muneeb from the US

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Senate I'm on a commodity

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Why do you consider more rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh

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you know, in the subcontinent, we have many people who follow the Hanafi school of thought blindly and then a call we call upon them to follow the Sunnah damage respond that the people who are following the set of such as, like they will give example like moms of Haramain

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they followed Imam Dibben humble blindly So how should we respond to them? First of all the Imams of the Haram are not our role models. They are like everyone else. beside the point. They are not blind followers of a school of thought. The vast majority with the grace of Allah azza wa jal of the scholars of Saudi Arabia follow the Salafi RP and in fact, they follow the Salafi methodology of scrutinizing opinions from different schools of thought. And following that, which coincides with the Quran and the Sunnah, with the understanding of the three favorite generations,

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not that they're blind followers of Hanbury * of

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school of thought or Maliki there are among them who are Maliki's there are among them who are Hanif ease, but this is the origin of their practice, not of what they're practicing at the moment. A student of knowledge when he starts to study, he does not become a Salafi all of a sudden all of a sudden, he has to pick a school of thought that he studies from a cover to cover until he masters it, then he goes in scrutinize it with the Quran, the sunnah to know which is right among it which is 85% Probably, and which is wrong, which is 15% to 20%. And he adopts what is in accordance to the Quran and the Sunnah. They don't come out of thin air being selfies, no, they have to study a the

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books of

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a school of thought, but afterwards, what defines them is what they are actually practicing. So don't

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Oh, are you with these blind followers? Whether in the subcontinent or elsewhere? Because it's fruitless? Yeah, it's wasting time. They don't want to listen to your Dawa. Let them be focused on your own following of the Quran, the Sunnah of trying to embrace what the Prophet SAW Selim used to do as a role model. And by doing so, you have fulfilled your duty and people would follow you inevitably because they can see what is true and what is not an Allah Xhosa knows best.

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Abu Ali from the US. Salam aleikum, Chef,

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Allah He vaalco

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My question is in regards to the seal of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam with the ring.

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I I was told that this during I saw it online and it's being sold online. But I heard somewhere where it was should not be replicated.

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Would you be able to elaborate elaborate on this? Thank you, sir. Why don't you consider him? If I understand your question?

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We know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was instructed by his companions when he wanted to dispatch messages to the kings of different nations around him, calling them to Islam. And this is what all rulers should do. Invite people like the Prophet SAW Selim invited people to Islam.

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His companions told him that such kings and rulers would not accept a letter that is not sealed.

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So we know that these letters are wrapped and placed in an envelope or in a roll, they have to seal it with wax, or something that would ensure it is not broken or read by someone else to avoid tampering. So it's a short of sort of

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authenticating it. So the Prophet took a regatta his salatu salam, which is his seal that had the engravement of Muhammad Rasul Allah. And in some websites, reverse it by putting Allah Rasool Mohammed because they say that we have to bring Allah's names on top, the most authentic is that it was written in that order, Muhammad Rasool Allah, as its stated. So whenever he wrote a letter, meaning his companions wrote a letter through his dictation, he would seal it with that ring,

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replicating it is no problem. It's replicated everywhere. There's no

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it's not sacred, that one should not mimic it or duplicate it. There is no problem in that none whatsoever.

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A mod from the UK?

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Why they call Musella Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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My question is, when we make dua to Allah, Allah responds in three ways, he can grant us what we are wishing for, or he can remove some evil from our life or he can store it for the hereafter. So when when a Muslim makes a dua to Allah, and on any normal day, Allah can respond in three ways. But if a Muslim makes it work on the, on the times when prayer is answered, like before drinking the first or on the third, on the last third of the night, Allah still responds in three these three ways. So what's the benefit of making dua on these special times when the prayer is answered, compared to a day when it is normal on any regular day? So like, I don't understand the benefit of like making the

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world a special time, because the response will be the same in both cases. That's why I'm confused. Which is, okay, when you make dua to Allah azza wa jal, you have no guarantees that Allah is going to accept your DUA in the sense that maybe you're not sincere. Maybe you're not

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present minded. Because in the Hadith, Allah The Prophet said, Alessa Salam said supplicate and make dua to Allah with present minded because Allah does not respond to someone whose heart is negligent and absent.

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The Prophet said he would not respond. So when ever we make dua, we're not certain that Allah will respond to it, because it may not have fulfilled the conditions if it did fulfill the conditions

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then making these drives at the times where answering the door is most likely and highly, such as between Adan in a coma such as when breaking your f bar your fast such as in the last third of the night such as when a training such as when you hear

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the roaster sound in the Fajr all of these are more more likely for your event to be answered, especially the first category which is oh Allah make it happen now.

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So, this is the difference that the more you select these recommended times the more highly your do I would be answered specially here in this world when you want whatever you want it to happen. Allah knows best

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Aafia from Saudi Arabia

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Sheikh the first of all is hamdulillah Baraka LLP comes at as studied and benefited from your playlist.

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Airplane in Namibia died last year, this so my basic question is like, I have understood the largest success, but I wanted to understand more about Quran so can I take up the nicotine book English and study Calphalon music can I do self study with that? Okay, first of all, it is permissible to self study. There is nothing wrong in that what is wrong is to take whatever you study for granted, because your understanding might be a little bit off track, but an 85% 90% of what you read, you understand it as it is which is good. It is wrong for people to say don't know don't study tafsir don't study FIP don't read books have appeared on your own because you will be misguided this is not

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You have to do your due diligence by reading such books. But at the same time

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in parallel to that whenever you find something that is ambiguous or not clear, you should check it out with the scholars or do the students have knowledge so that they would clarify it to you so that you ensure that what sticks in your head is the most authentic opinion of scholars and I hope this answers your question

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Amina from the Emirates

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so I do have a selection of books that I read and from the line this up my friend after we came to a lot of your lectures I've learned a lot more and when I started to read some of the books i i came across something that I'm not sure it is correct and it's I should treat people born it or throw it away. It says a letter

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that it belongs to I think Oliver can now handle and also the time of the prayer he said Alicia you can pray until the surgery of the next day. So are these book okay for me to keep or give it to someone or I should warn that I did not understand what you have read? What is it again?

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So it says that the letter by the dog in the bar or Bismillah? Yeah

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it's referring to a li Raja Lavanya No, no, this is totally this is totally bogus. Of course you have to get rid of such a book because what kind of

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knowledge do people try to pollute in people's minds? It may Allah be pleased with them is the force rightly got guided Calif, his seeding

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is number four. All Muslims agree that Abu Bakr is the best after the prophet is then Omar, then Earth man. And finally, Riley may Allah be pleased with him. So to come and have the audacity to claim that the Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim The letter BAP Bismillah, which is underneath is referring to Ali. What kind of nonsense is this? It's the same interpretation, interpretation of the rafidah. When they say Maharaja al Bahraini Alta Tachyon.

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Allah has merged and joined the two seas they say, Oh, this is Ali and Fatima.

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And yeah, hello gem in Houma.

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lol Marjon. So the pearls and the corals come out of these two C's, they said, Yeah, this is referring to her husband her saying, This is nonsense. This is tafsir botany, and it's blasphemous, and it has nothing to relate to Islam. So ditch these books and throw them away.

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Diane from the Emirates.

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How are you Santa? Monica? Yeah, Calla. is like looking for that extra shirt. Monica Luffy. So my question is, I know, brother that he was actually eating in Soho. And while there that was being called, and he did not know about the ruling. So is this first valid if he was not?

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If he didn't know about it, like, what should we do? See, when it comes to solar,

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Allah azza wa jal told us to refrain. Once, we are certain that the break of dawn has come.

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And in the Hadith of the idea of Inhotim, thought he may Allah be pleased with him. He thought that the way to recognize the break of dawn is by tying to some threads, one black and one white

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in his home,

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until it was sufficient light outside to recognize which is black, which is white, so he kept on eating. And that was probably like 2015 minutes after the break of dawn, when the when it's light, outside enough to recognize the color. And the Prophet said racism, no, this is wrong. Your understanding is wrong.

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What is meant is the white thread of the break of dawn from the black thread, which is the whole night. But the prophet did not order him at a slow Sam to repeat the fast, which means that if a person keeps on eating and drinking,

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because he's not aware that the dawn has broken,

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and it's time to refrain, or did he did not have the knowledge about it, we say that his fasting is valid insha Allah who, as I would say it from Singapore,

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salaam alaikum, Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh share.

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Yeah, so I know that the first day of shower, I am not allowed to fast for whatever reason, whether it is for the purpose of paying back my nice pass or on a voluntary basis. But what if I'm in a situation where I'm in a country as for my kids, I mean, Ireland is the state, where it is still the month of Ramadan, that is our third year, but Brahmanda, but the neighboring countries are already celebrating the first day of it, which is first off showers, and I'm intending to travel to a border town we have the neighboring countries wishes, they have really celebrated the first of shower, and I'm still fasting. And by the time if I were to reach to that intended destination, Am I easy,

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perfectly fine for me to still keep on fasting, just a Kamala Harris, which is, first of all,

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the issue of fasting and breaking your fast for eat is dependent on sighting of the moon.

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The Prophet said that in his Salatu was Salam in an authentic hadith. Fast when seeing it, that is the crescent, and break your fast. That is for eight when you see it. That is a crescent as well. And he also said under his salatu salam, the day of fasting is the day when you all fast. And the day of your eat is the day when you all celebrate it. So you're part of the community and you cannot go against them. If you are in a country, US you fasted the 28th the 29th. And then they said, Oh, tomorrow is eight

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then you have to celebrate eat with them because you're in the country.

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And if there is an adjacent country that fasted 29th and the 20 and the 30th they still fasted it

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unlike your country, they did not celebrate eat. This is their right? They have to fast because they are in that country and everybody else is fasting on the 30th Now the question is, if I fasted the 28th and the 29th in my country, and just before sunset, I traveled to this country, and I reached there, and they are fasting the 29th like my country

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The following day, they said, today's 30th we're fasting, while my country said today's eight. We're not fasting, who should I follow? You should follow the country you are in at the moment with the Muslims who are fasting, and you must fast with them. The only time that you may skip fasting is

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if you were in your country on the 29th. And the sun had set. And then they said, Oh, we see the crescent Alhamdulillah Ramadan is over tomorrow's eight.

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So now for you in your country read has been established. And five minutes later, you take a plane, and you move to the other country. And they say tomorrow's 30th we're fasting. In this case you don't fast. Why? Because it is eat for you. hulless Ramadan is over. And you saw the crescent with the people who are celebrating eight. When you go to a country that are fasting, you cannot fast with them. But don't show them that you're celebrating eight because you will go against all of them rather pretend that you are fasting and actually it's your first day of Eid and Allah azza wa jal knows best.

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Shemona from Bangladesh

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Assalamu alaikum

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wa Rahmatullah

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said, my question is, does it affect the validity of marriage if any info given is doubtful or false, for example, a girl in her marriage in her marital contract Nikka Nama is asked and that is virgin. And she knows that she is physically virgin like she has never been ever with any men. But she has some OCD that is inclined how to touch others inappropriately like she's sleeping with her mom, and she feels like her lips touched her mom's maybe true or maybe not. Or like that she in her while at the puberty. She has played with her younger cousin, sister, a doctor nurse like you say an adult movie person mutating them like the marriage, the marriage is valid for more than the marriage

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is valid. It does not impact the validity of the marriage Alhamdulillah

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Oussama from the US

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as long as well, they can shut down.

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So in the past, I have attended Iftar gatherings that have a separation between the men and the woman. Recently, I've been invited to an Iftar that has been specifically advertised to host single Muslims in the community. So I know the host through a premarital course that I took. So from your past videos, I've learned

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how it's not advisable to attend marital events and how people have used different ways to make it halal. So is it okay for me to just go when I'm strongly intended to just break my fast hang with the brothers for a couple of minutes, and then leave for Isha soon, provided that there is a separation between the men and the woman. And I'm only there to break my fault fast and enjoy good food without any other ulterior motives. So do I understand that the men and women will not be dating or having interviews during that event? Yes, no. I mean, it's just for breaking the fast and I mean, I'm also a reserved person I only keep with the brothers so there's going to be a

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separation. Yeah, this seems this seems to be permissible. Okay. There is no problem in that in sha Allah.

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And we have

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amatola from Pakistan, said I've already met the law. I think it's time for law but I cannot

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shake I just want to know is repentance deficient or reaping required for a woman whose DACA was paid incorrectly after some years of marriage due to lack of understanding of in depth pruning, so we know that husband isn't responsible however he used to say that he's been late it was discovered his concept concepts were in very clear, like the difference between the guy and charity being properly proper intention specific categories. Lastly, she doesn't remember how much much regarding the types of mistakes done neither does her husband but she can recall the jewelry visiting two way just

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any What is this?

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Again about the cat?

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Yes, if she repented, Allah will accept your repentance, the backpay that her husband claimed to have paid and did not pay. She is obliged to pay that all because it's a debt that will go with her to her grave.

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trusting her husband does not mean that she's exempted from paying her dues to Allah azza wa jal. She has to calculate how much this is something between her and Allah. She has to make her level

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Best to

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estimate at the end of the day. It's between her and Allah as a wizard. This is all the time we have for today's episode and for Ramadan. I pray to Allah azza wa jal that we may have benefited from these lessons about our role model alayhi salatu salam and that we may try to implement them in our lives and try to perfect our character so that it would be like his character Alayhi Salatu was Salam and until we meet, Inshallah, the evening Allah after Ramadan, I leave you for you I'm Angela was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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look for the candidate coming feel rasool Allah He also worked on Hassan Toliman.

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long near Warner

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law Hi, Casey.