In the Names of Allah – 11 – al-Jabbaar

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The speakers discuss the importance of belief in Islam and the use of words like "arental" and "arental" in referring to various aspects of Islam. They also discuss the concept of Jabbar, a belief in the spirituality of Islam, and the importance of finding hope and developing a sense of fear for evil elements. The speakers stress the need for reform and finding a way to achieve desired results, and emphasize the importance of praying and not letting people know when they don't want to pray. They also touch on the topic of COVID-19 and its impact on people, including the possibility of a vaccine or a COVID-19 vaccine.

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So now my name Kumara Mato llahi Obara cattle

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as is our practice will be welcoming people aboard although we're going to start early

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the session, my apologies for the delay in

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starting because we ran into some technical difficulties. Anyway, how we return our greetings to Mahathir Mohamad from Rwanda and to Sulayman in Goa, from Mombasa, Kenya,

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and also to Russia and Ali from Mauritius. aziridine

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give salaams from Melbourne,

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happy to study the Beautiful Names of Allah.

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Madeira tagit Dean

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welcome Salaam Rahmatullah

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And may Allah preserve you all I do is that the law preserved me for the benefit of the oma And may Allah preserve you all for the benefit of the oma also. She is contacting us from Melbourne, Australia afsa

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as why they come Salaam from Oman and Halima from Arizona.

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Phoenix, Arizona, USA,

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and the Biba Hartman alaikum Salaam to all of you.

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Better Colossi calm

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and sunny yet

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fig guava.

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Welcome come to Salaam

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Salah maybe we can

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begin our session

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in sha Allah

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Rashid Abdul Rashid

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widecombe salaam

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May Allah reward you and your family also

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Masha Allah

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a man

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the Philippines Cotabato city

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Dr. Bushra. Han

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from knack for India

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Macomb Salaam

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and Rochelle Ali from Mauritius

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Baraka Luffy calm

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I hope that they'll get a chance to visit Mauritius again

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after the pandemic as settle down very beautiful country

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yes me and smile from

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South Africa.

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Why they come Salaam

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Kara Bamba

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from New York, USA

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and Manohar Maharaj. from Algeria

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greetings to you also and clay on from Medina.

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Good to see you on board

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clay on

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my old friend who

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we met in Kuwait

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is from America at Nan Omar from Nigeria. Welcome

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welcome Salaam

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This is

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Bihar road, India.

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Whoever it is

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while they come Salaam tajudeen mandsaur from Nepal

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raychem salaam to you also by koloff econ

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sha Allah we will

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move on to the session

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and this is session number 10.

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Oh is it?

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No, sorry. This is session number 11. And we're covering name number 12 at the jump back.

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And Alger bar is located in only one place in the Quran.

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In reference to Allah, actually, as mentioned a total of 10 times but only once it's referring to Allah and that's in soil hatia where all the previous names were taken from so far.

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A mineral Mohammed Aziz Abdul Jabbar,

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the grantor of security, The Guardian, the mighty and the compeller.

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Its meaning

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from the route

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in which this was derived,

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which will be jabber.

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It basically means

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to force someone.

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I'm sorry, this we just ran into some technical difficulties here.

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Get back

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Just bear with me for a minute.

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Hopefully inshallah we'll get this going

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shall law

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let us begin again.

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This is session number 11

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and name number 12

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alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Karim. Allah Allah was hobby for many standing up assuming that he laomi Deen all praises you to align their last Peace and blessings beyond the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day.

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In this session, as I mentioned, we'll be looking at the 12th name al Jabbar and this Divine Name is mentioned only once in the Quran.

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In reference to Allah subhanaw taala it is mentioned another nine times but in reference to human beings

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in Surah, and hasher verse 23 we have a law saying their mental Mohammedan azizul Jabbar, the grantor of security, The Guardian, the mighty, the compeller

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and the meaning linguistically of the Divine Name and Jabbar comes from the tree literal root jeem Ba ra, and is derived from the verbal noun jabber which basically means to force someone to do something

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as is evident when Allah told the Prophet sallallahu Sallam not to try to force his own people. When they rejected his message. Well my antennae him which are bar so you are not there to compel them. This is a law instructing Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and here is the word Jabbar. This is in reference to the prophets of Salaam, Allah saying you are not Jabbar.

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It also means to mend a broken bone or to save some thing or someone from poverty.

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The word Jabbar also means arrogant and proud, as in the verse where Jesus spoke as a newborn child, were a law quote, same as saying, while lamea Gianni Jabbar run shafia

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that is a law did not make me arrogant, and wretched Surah Maryam verse 32 Jabbar has three basic derived meanings from its verbal noun route. The first is to compel and force someone or some thing to do something and the second is to be supreme and high. And the third meaning is to repair to mend or to restore something.

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This route appears 10 times in the Quran, as I mentioned earlier, and developed derived in only one form.

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There are other expressions jabatan is

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Jabbar on there is Jabba

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Jabba Rena

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Jabbar in beija bad bahrein that we mentioned earlier. According to the language, Jabbar has an extensive

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and intensive structure. According to the firewall pattern, Jabir is the present participle.

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One who compels or restores and it is the intensive form Jabbar is an intensive form from

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jab era is used to mean splint

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to help men broken bones

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al Jabbar is the ultimate compiler. Whatever he wills happens, is the highest and the one who fixes situations for his creation for his creation.

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In terms of its application,

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we are again relying on even backhauls for principles, the first of which is to adopt where applicable.

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application of this Divine Name al Jabbar begins with firm belief in the meanings of the name itself, believe that the law is the ultimate compeller who has created certain characteristics in people and then the creation that should lead the believer to accept certain things which he or she is unable to control. Instead of trying to fight such things, it is better to seek a loss protection from evil that is beyond our control.

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The Prophet sallahu wa sallam guided his followers to turn to Allah for refuge from natural evil, evil in things that such around us which we have no control of. Abdullayev in Hamilton the last he narrated the province on solemn had said that when any of you gets married, or purchases the servant he should say Allahumma inni as a Luca higher raha hai Rama jam magia belta la

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O'Hara magia belta. Holly,

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what are all the become in Sharia? For me? Sure, Rima Jebel Ali, Allah, indeed, I seek and ask for good

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with which is within her, and the good, which you created as an innate part of her character, and I seek refuge with you from the evil that may be within her, and the evil which you created as an innate part of her nature.

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This is a DA at the time of marriage, or as promised, as mentioned, if one gets a servant, and he also mentioned it with regards to an animal if one purchases a camel or whatever, you put your hand on its forehead and, and make the same drop as a jump bar could have compelled all human beings to be obedient believers always doing what Allah commands

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in the same way that he created the angels without any choice in the matter.

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Lo Sha, Allah who luchador NASA gymea If Allah had wished he could have guided all of humankind.

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So, the claim that people only think

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they are actually doing things, that is all actually a law is doing everything.

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This is

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putting it all on the law.

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It's not you, it was expressed in ancient times by

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earlier deviants like john in Durham, back in the eighth century.

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He and his students Java Maven surf one, propose this idea. You know, this is the idea of things being

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fixed, you have no choice in the matter, we are just puppets who are on strings, which are law pulls.

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More recently, a popular Turkish writer by the name of Harun yahia his actual name was Adnan oktar. He tried to revive this concept in his writings under the title if you have any of his books, which has a different approach to matter. This is what is at the end, or the bottom line or the essence of what he's trying to promote. And he quotes a number of Islamic texts from the Quran and Sunnah to support his claims. For example, we do have a verse where Allah says, well, Allahu

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Hala, hello, welcome. Well, my time alone. Allah created you and what you do, this is in Surah sulfat whereas 96

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However, scholars have clarified this a long time ago, over 1000 years ago scholars met these arguments and responded to them, etc. Yeah, yes, it is true. Everything is a part of a loss creation, nothing happens, which is outside of discretion. But we do have free will. There's no doubt about that. And

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the idea of Allah forcing us to do whatever we do,

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so we're and then not to be blamed. For whatever we do. This is a false idea, which takes away responsibility. And

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there is no need, if that's the case of seeking repentance, etc, for our actions, etc.

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Among the

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aspects of application of this

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attribute, or name of a law

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is that when we are ourselves in positions of authority, we should not be judged by

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the attribute of jabber or compulsion does not be fit people. We are supposed to be a bead slaves of Al Jabbar.

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Jabbar is not just a tyrant ruler,

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you can be Jabbar

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when you harm or hurt other people's feelings, or undermine their authority, this concept of Jabbar is just not limited only to rulers.

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Allah has stated

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and your Lord has decreed that you do not worship except Him

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and to your parents good treatment,

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whether one of you or both of you which or both of them reach old age

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with you,

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you should not say to them, even if

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and do not repel them with speak to them a noble word. So we should never be arrogant. This is Jabbar now to our parents.

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Of course, it has become commonplace, especially in the West.

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And this is considered to be part of progress and development. But in fact, it signals the crumbling of a society.

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When the young generation

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rejects the old, people get old, they're put in

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old people's homes. They're not taken care of. As our parents took care of us when we were young,

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it's our duty to take care of them when they get old. I need help. But the common practice is just to drop them in an old person's home

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and carry on your life. And this has become acceptable everywhere, especially in the West all over the West.

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But this is considered an evil in the Quran.

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Allow wyness and connects this good treatment of parents with our fundamental belief in tawheed, in the oneness of Allah,

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because he has commanded us to look after our parents.

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And we should include in our prayers, the use of his name, you know, as the prophet SAW Selim, used to do

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in the night prayers

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after reciting Surah Al Baqarah, of course,

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not too many of us are able to do that in our night prayers.

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Whenever he read a verse on mercy, or seek refuge,

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whenever he read a verse on punishment,

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he would say, upon coming out of

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recor Subhana dill jab rooty, Waldman, mela kuti, while Kibriya Allah Allah, glory to the owner of majesty Dominion prior

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And supremacy, and then you frustrated.

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So, likewise,

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we can apply this name by

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utilizing it in our prayers as promised Our solemn

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And as a last one to Allah is the mender of hearts, fixer of problems that we may have in our hearts, our souls, our minds,

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we should be likewise, in dealing with those around us, that we should help them

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if they're having problems, help them in

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dealing with their problems through counseling, advice,

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good treatment.

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And if we ever oppressed anyone, we should ask their forgiveness immediately.

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If we see people suffering, we should try to talk to them, and show them that we care.

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If we're able to mend somebody's heart, then we should do so. Because al Jabbar will mend ours in our times of need.

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And this is very important within

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family relations, that helps to keep the family together.

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And as they say, men are from Mars and women are from Venus. You know, Venus is symbol of love, and Mars is a symbol of war. So,

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women are more loving, men tend to be more warlike, in dealing with issues etc.

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When they see that

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the wife, for example, needs sympathy,

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you know, they may not give her that sympathy. Because no need to be said it's understood, etc. But reality is that men need to overcome the tendency to not show emotion, to not show care, which is common because it's considered to be

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manly, you know, to be to not show once care. So, you know, in many families,

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I know, growing up in my own family, my parents, my father never said, I love you

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know, later on in life, he came to realize it, you know, that this was one good thing from the west that, you know, a lot of stress was put on this. And he then changed and began to express himself more but you know, we just discussed this and that's what he was saying that you know, as a man, you know, this thing that saying, I love you and all this, this is women, who show their emotion and express it, but in reality, that goes a long way to helping mend the hearts. And also, it is something that we as men should strive to overcome that fake image of manliness, because Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he showed this and in fact, he told us, if any of you love somebody, you

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should tell them, inform them, you know, so, this is not really pleasing to Allah, to be firm and strong and not

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express your feelings. This is not really pleasing to Allah. Because the expression of feelings, you know, builds love strengthens relationships.

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The second

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principle of

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our Imam Ibn batal is to confirm where there is uniqueness and in applicability in the name.

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Now, relative to a law there are a number of meanings of the Divine Name of Jabbar, which are unique to him, which we cannot share in on his level. Among them, are those implied by the three basic types of jabber or compulsion.

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The first

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the noun Jabbar, as we mentioned, occurs 10 times in the crime

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But it's only used for for Almighty Allah in one place, and the other nine places. The word Jeb bar refers to people oppressing others, as only a law is a Jabbar in the positive sense, that is, his might, in the sense of power, to force people to do good.

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That's the whole point. He is not forcing people to do bad, but he will force people to do good. Whereas once this gets into the hands of human beings, we force people to do bad, as well as do good. Roger bar is the one who sometimes compels tyrants to stop their tyranny, by overwhelming them with his power and his might. However, when human beings in authority tried to force people to do good,

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people usually rebelled and overthrow them.

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Look at the example of wearing masks. During the pandemic in the US. The majority of states rejected the notion of requiring their citizens to wear masks by law, even though it was for their benefit. Consequently, it is necessary for human beings to explain their intentions and convince people rather than force them.

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The second aspect is a last night in the sense of mercy. Al Jabbar men's the brokenhearted by restoring peace of mind, as well as He rewards those who are patient.

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As the law said,

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and the heart of Moses, his mother became empty of all else, she was about to disclose the matter concerning him, had I not fixed her heart, so that she would be among the true believers a lot stepped in,

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after Moses mother was told to put the baby in the river, during the sea.

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And it got away from her.

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And she felt the loss and

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came to know about who now had her child. So she was going to go and expose everything, just to get her baby back. But Allah put in her heart

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piece, which relaxed her and made her patient to wait for the baby to come back to her.

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A larger bar mended her heart. And that way he comforts the oppressed, and is firm with the unjust. Both Pharaoh and the mother of Moses will meet at a bar on the Day of Judgment. He is the one who gives solace to the weak, comforts the oppressed and punishes the tyrants and the arrogant. This attribute is unique to Allah, who is able to see what is in our hearts. Human beings, on the other hand, are unable to do so we guess or we assume that we know what is in the hearts about this. However, the reality is that even if people inform us of what is in their hearts, we can't be 100% sure that that is the case. Instead, we have to give others the benefit of the doubt and accept what

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they inform us and try to help them based on our assumptions or good assumptions.

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The third is a laws might in the sense of his greatness.

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Al Jabbar is far above his creation, yet he is close to them, hearing and seeing all that they do and even think no human being is on that level. Though. Some claim that human beings have these attributes, they've given them these attributes.

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Many Shiites, for example, claim that they're 12 moms

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and Sophie's claim that they're saints and kutub. regional hub, people of the hidden world

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have this.

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But leaving aside such fairytales we are in the midst of creation, not above it, allies above

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and we are unable to see what lies in the hearts.

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We're only guessing and assuming

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nor can we see everything that people are doing.

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Yes, we can leave the earth and go to the moon, and hopefully go to Mars. But that is like a frog hopping out of his pond,

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and there's a whole world around him,

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he has gone nowhere.

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So, these characteristics of Al Jabbar have a lie to being al Jabbar.

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These cannot be assumed by us and wherever we hear people trying to pass them on to human beings, we should reject it, because to accept it is in fact, a form of ship.

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We should also reflect on how our Jabar compels us Jabbar compels us by creating us in a way,

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in a way which he wills for us to be created.

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We are compelled to accept our form or shape, as well as the beating of our hearts, our blood circulation, the firing of the nerve cells in our brains, how our brains work, or even falling asleep and waking up. These are all involuntary actions.

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They're all compelled by our laws, power. They are all unique to Allah. And human beings have no role to play in them.

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Every day, we should take time out to reflect on the way that we were made. And let it increase our faith or a man

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in the powerful, perfect power of perfectly powerful might have algebra who compels his creation to be as he wishes for their own good.

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That's certainty we should always have.

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The third principle of even

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is to find hope, where there is a promise, where the name of a law promises us paradise or success or whatever we should see in that name, hope. So belief in the Divine Name of Jabbar, that a law only compels us to do what is ultimately for our own good,

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does not de emphasize human responsibility regarding our own choices. Human beings cannot blame a law for their decisions, as the law has clearly said, according how common or become a man shall fall human man shall fall up for say the truth is from your Lord. whoever wishes to believe, let him believe. And whoever wishes to disbelieve, let him disbelief. So I can have verse 29.

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Every soul is compelled by Al Jabbar in their DNA, to have knowledge of righteousness and corruption. So that a choice of right or wrong based on knowledge can be made. So we have this decision making capacity, knowing what is good and what is evil.

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Enough sin wamalwa wha ha for Alhambra ha foodora Taka, as Allah says in Surah, shams, verses seven and eight by the soul and who created it and inspired it to corruption and pipe it.

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This reality ultimately renews our existing feelings of hope, and gives us new hope. When we fall into despair. Whatever happens beyond our control, we should look at it like the experience of Prophet Moses and prophet.

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The hole in the boat was beyond Moses control.

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He was aghast why they did it. But they already did it. He couldn't control that. The owner of the boat

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would have seen the whole as a disaster. He took these people across the river and they broke his boat. But the evil king whom none of them could see, was coming down the river, snatching all the good boats from their owners. Likewise, we should think positively regarding all that goes apparently wrong

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outside of our control, I say apparently wrong, because things go wrong, and we think they're wrong. But then they turn out to be right.

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What goes wrong within our control, we should learn life lessons from and not repeat the same mistake again. What is not in our control? We need to submit, accept what has happened, move forward, keep our trust in Allah.

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And we should ask al Jabbar hopefully

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to reform us and fix our deficiencies in our daily prayers. As promised on Sunday I'm used to do according to my boss. In the daily prayers between the two prostrations in prayer, the prophets are seldom used to say, Allah homophily or harmony was Bernie, why Dini was yakni or Allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me, reform and fix me, guide me and provide for me.

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However, for this data to have impact, we do need to implore a lot of sincerely, sincerely believing that he will answer our prayers. As the promises element form does order Allah and to move into Java, calling Allah being certain that Allah will answer our prayers. So this do I and our prayers, we should add it, if we're not already doing it, we should add this to our to our daily prayers.

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Who amongst us doesn't need to be reformed and fixed?

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The fourth principle, the principle of having fear, where there is a warning, were in the name. There's a direct warning

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or there is an indirect warning, we should develop a sense of fear for a loss displeasure. The Divine Name of Jabbar in the human context carries negative implications, which is why out of the 10 times that the name is mentioned in the Quran, only one is used for a lot and that in a positive context, all the remaining nine are used negatively in a human context. As I mentioned earlier,

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understanding the implications of this name with regards to a law requires that the believer avoid being noted for the evil negative elements of this characteristic. As it is blameworthy in respect to humans. Allah warns the tyrants saying to them

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they sought victory. But the hopes of every arrogant tyrant will be dashed

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by staff to who will harbor kulu Jabbar in

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the province Our solemn also warned about the unpleasant and for the tyrants among humankind.

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On the day of judgment,

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he said, a neck of fire will protrude from the Hellfire on the Day of Resurrection. Having two eyes with which it can see two ears with which it can hear and the tongue to speak with. It will say, I have been trusted. I have been entrusted with three

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every abstinent tyrant, everyone who claimed other gods besides the law, and the picture makers,

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the first

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every absent tyrant

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and that should

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cause us to tremble that we not be in such a position on the Day of Judgment.

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So consequently,

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the believers should fear becoming despots and tyrants, whether in their families, communities or their countries, which is why when it was suggested to California, Mr. ignem hotdog, while he was on his deathbed, that he appointed his son, a bleiben Omar to be Caliph after him.

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He rejected that suggestion

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Though his son was a leading scholar amongst the prophets or salams companions, who came to be known as one of the four of Dulles.

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They're referred to in Arabic as Al Abadi, Allah, Allah.

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That's Abdullah bin Zubair the live in our bass, Abdullah bin Imran alas. And Abdullah bin Omar, Caliph Omar felt that the weight of responsibility of the caliphate was enough to be guided by one member of the hubbub family. So he didn't allow it. Though it was possible, he didn't allow it

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will now close our session by calling an ally using this name.

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Yeah, hello.

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Yeah, jump back.

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We know that you are the one who compels and restores and who is the highest men darts when we are distressed and brokenhearted and protect us from oppression and from being oppressive to others? Yeah, jump bar.

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Make us obedient to your commands willingly and eagerly and enable us to reach all our worthy goals in this life.

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Which are pleasing to you.

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barakallahu li comb,

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Sara, why they come? Bharat Mata Mahi obata cattle.

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We will now shift to our questions and answers

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rather from Somalia.

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My names are Abdi Fatah. Abdi,

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from Somalia. My question is, will there will this effect? Will there be an effect to my soul?

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I listen to music while I'm fasting? Thanks.

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Well, you know, it depends.

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If the music is the halaal music, and we talked about that in previous sessions, then there is no harm.

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Hello, music is like nasheeds you know, which may be

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singing about fasting, in which case it's good.

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But it should be free from wind and stringed instruments.

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Because that's what the problem is I sell them for bait. And there are other conditions we spoke up.

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So I'm assuming if I assume

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that the music you're talking about is, you know, pop music. It's, you know, it's got everything in it. All the forbidden instruments are there. Will that break your fast if you listen to it? No.

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It won't.

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However, it will diminish the value of your fast because you have

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stepped into haraam during your fast so it's going to naturally affect it. But it doesn't nullify it. That's the point as much as possible, while fasting actually while not fasting you should avoid

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Second question

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How about if we name

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our son, the name Jabbar been so and so is that allowed? Jabbar?

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Well, you saw that Jabbar was used in a negative context for human beings. Jabbar.

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And Allah said two problems as

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you know

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Not to be Jabbar

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Prophet Isa himself said

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I'm not Jabbar to my family, my mother

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so it's not a good name to be called Jabbar. Job ID. Yes. Job is, you know, a respected Companion of the Prophet. Muhammad's rasa lambuth spoke highly of him etc. You know that's a good name. Jabir. The mender the one who men's

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things fixes things.

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That's the better name.

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Abdul Jabbar. Okay.

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That's fine. It's one of our last names putting up before it slave of slave worshipper of the Jabbar.

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And you're in safe waters, pleasing waters to Allah. Okay, from our

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Instagram instagramers Instagram students.

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Question is, if I'm unable to pass someone said, Because allows punishment

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the idea that you're not able to fight you got sick.

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And they say this is a last punishment on you

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know, we don't go there.

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That's sickness might be a blessing from Allah.

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We don't say that.

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If you're not able to fast, it's a lot of other that's what we say. It's a lost destiny, that you're not destined to be able to fast. So you feed a poor person for everyday you're not able to fast and you are getting the reward.

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Okay, on to

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YouTubers, YouTube's students.

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Next question.

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From BB Salma.

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Will the Salah have someone who is pronouncing the DW RS and Quran incorrectly?

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Because this is the way they were taught by their parents be accepted.

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Now they want to fix their pronunciation and feel bad about the past.

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Yes, you know, if they did what they could with what they had, then Allah is merciful. He's going to accept it as a good intention, you know, but hamdulillah the fact that now they know the right way they're going to fix it and tried to do it properly. They feel bad about the past. No, don't feel bad. It was your parents gave you what they had. You know, they couldn't give you what they didn't have. So now that you know that improvement needs to be made and you're trying to make those improvements then Mashallah you are rewarded

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for sure.

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from Instagram,

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those not praying nullify the fast later on.

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We do

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does not praying. nullify the fast Okay, later on, we do tober This is the issue it comes up every time that of

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two forms of ibadah. Fasting is a bada.

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obligatory praying is ibadah obligatory

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if one doesn't pray,

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but fast or one doesn't fast, but praise.

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Are there acts of a bother valid? Yes, those acts are valid.

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But you have to look into your intention.

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If you're not praying, or you're not fasting because of some reason, which is beyond your control the Justice sutra, you're excused, then that's another issue. But where you are deliberately not praying, you're fasting but you're not praying.

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You don't mind fasting once a year Ramadan.

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You know, but prayer, you're just not into it. Well, you know, when asked the question oneself,

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if one does not believe that the prayer is a blessing

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Good story, then one has in fact, left Islam.

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That's the reality.

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In which case if we woke up and realized where we were, you need to repent.

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And we knew your Shahada and then

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step forward from there,

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Manohar Mohamad,

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do we have to make the intention of fasting every night in Ramadan? Or is it enough to do it once before the first day of Ramadan

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once before the first day of Ramadan is sufficient

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if one we use it every night, this is good

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renews one's intention

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you know where one wants to make

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an open intention.

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Otherwise, when we go to sleep at night

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and we're planning for some more

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we have already made the arrangements and everything else. That's the intention intention doesn't necessarily have to be any new way to an asuma

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other than

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a Leo my Sonny our Tasha min Ramadan

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maybe this is taught to help children

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be conscious of the fact that they're going to do but but there's nothing talk like this the promise on some of them didn't teach

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you know formal

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worded intentions like people have

00:57:03--> 00:57:05

the idea you're going to make Salah

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you should have the intention for that fella so it's common amongst some school of thought schools of thought that before a person starts his prayer he has to make the intention

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I intend to pray

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though your Salah

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behind the Imam

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and maybe a whole bunch of other things are added to it.

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This is

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was not

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prescribed by Prophet Muhammad SAW

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the very fact that you heard the or that you knew the whole prayer is now obligatory.

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And you have taken the steps to go make we'll do what do you make and we'll do for for door

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but you go in the masjid for to make salads or in the masjid.

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So your intention is there.

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There is an intent

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a clear intent without having to say the words.

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They have a question from

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while my son Omar is continuing to look for questions,

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we'll move on

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to Rehan

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I guess it was more stock

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is selling cigarettes haram selling it smoking it

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are both

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making it producing it. How about selling tobacco. It's not necessarily haram if tobacco is used for something else. But if you are growing and selling tobacco for cigarettes, it's also held on

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to our instagramers as

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if one is fasting is brushing your teeth with toothpaste okay. If one is fasting

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brushing your teeth with toothpaste is permissible. Of course you don't swallow it.

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Don't swallow it.

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If you use the miswak

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it has a taste. It has juice in it etc.

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Same thing you don't chew on it and swallow. You use it, you spit it out. And it's fine.

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Another question is asking, if a person does not pray, and he dies, will he be in Hellfire forever?

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If a person doesn't pray, this is going into, you know, a loss decision

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for that particular individual. If he doesn't pray, meaning he never prayed.

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Or he doesn't pray, now he used to pray.

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Or he doesn't pray because he's not able to pray.

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All of these can affect that person's status. But if a person doesn't pray, because he or she has rejected prayer,

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why do we need to pray?

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God knows what we want or what we don't want or whatever, he knows everything. So why do we need to pray?

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The prophet SAW Selim told us a lot all this in the Quran.

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That's why we need to pray. So if a person rejects the Quran, I know the Quran This is really from Mohammed.

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This is all these are all statements of Cofer statements of disbelief

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where a person has not prayed because of laziness. They're just too lazy. involved in so many other things, no time for prayer, man, I'm just really, you know, busy, I can't, you know, whatever, do all

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five of them at night before going to bed or you know, however, what people do,

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that's with the law.

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How he judges that person's intention

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to go because, as I said, in normal armel vignette, people's intentions will be judged according to their intentions.

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None of them are the names of Allah to make a person super rich, how many times in a day, and what times to be called

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there are no such names

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are bad brother

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missed the sessions that we talked about the misuse of last names,

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all those who teach that you say a particular name so many times.

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And if your wife can't have a baby, she's gonna get a baby.

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If your husband doesn't love you anymore, it will cause your husband to love you.

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Your job is

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poor and

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you'll get a better job

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your short of money you need alone, the money will come

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all those

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names that are quoted and

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promised results from saying them on Fridays

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taken a whistle

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and they have to be said 40,000 times

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Believe me, they are fake. These are lies is a this is a part of the destructive work of shavon Satan amongst us where these ideas have circulated to the point that so many Muslims, especially from the Indian subcontinent, are caught up in these names. ritualistically

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people make a lot of money out of it. writing books, providing counseling, services,

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or bringing over people to recite for you. You need a whatever you can bring somebody overhaul besides in your own so many times it's gonna happen. It's business now. It's just business.

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Bushra, Dr. Bushra, Han.

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Recently during a discussion I was told I was so lost I had the ability to speak with animals, wolves, deer, etc.

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and that he casts no shadow. Well, that he casts no shadow. That's nonsense.

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That Allah covered him by a cloud so that he was shielded from the sun. There are reports of that. And from that people conclude the province on Sam didn't have a shadow. But it wasn't like that.

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I know there's even a book printed in Pakistan called the shadow ness prophet.

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But it's a lie.

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claim that the browser Salam was light, he was made from the light of Allah. And of course, light doesn't cast shadow, total nonsense. The other part of it,

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that he spoke to animals,

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he did

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understand what was said to him,

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and on different occasions, as a miracle

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animals had spoken to him.

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And the understanding was given to him through revelation. It's not that he understood, you know,

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animals, even inanimate things, even the the member which was made from trunk of the tree

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you know, the processor lamb heard it crying,

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when they decided not to use it anymore. And they build something else in its place.

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This is from Allah

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which allowed him to hear and he expressed this

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this doesn't mean that the prophets of Salaam understood the language of

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the creatures and could converse with them, have conversations with them, you know, ants would come up to him and he would have discussions with them know birds and fly and speak to him and he had discussions with them know now Prophet said a man

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a lot did give him

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knowledge of the

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speech of the animals and is mentioned in the Quran

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it's just that Muslims they don't want to be outdone they don't want them to be outdone say there's a prophet was able to do things that problems SLM couldn't do none. So they had to make up things to give the process alum abilities which

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are miracles which were given to the earlier prophets, but this is not the necessity Allah gave each profit in the process I said, a miracle which would help our make their people believe in them that they were prophets of Allah.

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Okay, not at if, please tell me about using eyedrops while fasting.

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No harm. I use them myself.

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eye drops, is

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the issue only comes with one takes even vaccine.

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But where one takes, for example,

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a glucose drip

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in a way they put something in your vein.

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And then they're putting in food. It's like a form of food that's being put in you're being fed through your veins. Then now we look at breaking fast. But if it's just a shot external,

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go to the dentist and they

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put a needle in your gum

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to numb your tooth.

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This doesn't break fast.

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From the instagrammers I'm 13 years old. I really want to pray and read foreign property on time, but I'm being really lazy. What do I do?

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The lazy

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Don't be lazy.

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What you need to do is to be around people who have that intention and are doing it. You know, if you're by yourself, then as you said, Satan is not giving you a chance. It's easy to be lazy. But when you're around other people who are doing it, this will help you to do it. And the more you do it, the more it becomes a habit for you. And you can be you know, it can become a regular habit, and inshallah you can influence others.

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From cream keiki.

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Shake what to do when my parents interrupt me, while I'm in Salah.

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For your information, I'm a river Muslim

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Alhamdulillah my family doesn't know about it yet. I pray in secret behind closed doors.

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if they interrupt you, and you keep this as a secret from them, then you'd have to break your prayer.

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When they're gone, you continue. redo your prayer again, complete.

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I know some people say well, no, once you start your prayer, you must complete it.

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And when I first became a Muslim, so I'm a revert, like you.

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I remember one occasion, this house I was living in, I was up on the

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second floor. And the owner that rented the second floor to myself, my wife, the owner had come up partway up the stairs and called out to me. She had wanted to speak to me about the rent or something like this. Anyway, I was already in prayer. So I just

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continue to pray.

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called out cola cola. Then she gave up when they when I finished praying. Then I came down the stairs to speak to her said though, did you want to speak? So you were up there all the time? Yes, I was praying.

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you're praying. So you couldn't just answer. I mean,

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what if the house was on fire? It's coming to tell you the house on fire. So I would just keep praying anyway.

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I felt that that is what you're supposed to do. You should tell you the house is on fire, you're going to still be playing No, no, no, no. This is not what his lab tells us to do. You know, the houses on fire? Get out of their paws on Sam said,

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you know, if you see for example, a scorpion, you're praying, it's coming up to go and sting your foot. What do you do? You step on him?

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You don't just continue praying and let it sting you and arm you know.

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So, you know Islam is practical and reasonable. It doesn't ask us to do the unreasonable

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from Maxi, Maxi,

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what are other ways to be exempted with hisab reckoning on the day of judgment other than the famous three categories?

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I'm not quite clear on that. What are other ways to be exempted with his job to be exempted from what

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on the day of judgment other than the famous three categories? I'm sorry. That's something which I don't know what it's referring to.

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The need to put more details there.

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Can a donation for the Dow besana kajaria.

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Yes, of course. sadaqa jariya can be in many different forms. Some people in the Gulf for example, they will put a

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a top

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sewer the wall of their house with a water cooler on the side of inside the wall. Producing cold water. Anybody who passes by can get water is sort of pejorative.

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It can take many forms.

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Now the whole idea of soda is that you've done some charitable act that will continue to affect and affect people. You know over time, people still continue to benefit from it. Digging

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A well thought out, but yeah, people are constantly benefiting from that well,

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providing a scholarship student,

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you've provided a scholarship for, you get reward for helping that person, get the knowledge, when they get out and they utilize the knowledge in shoreline away pleasing to Allah, you continue to get reward until that person dies.

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That is set up by God

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or continuing

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is a woman allowed to read prayers or be an Imam?

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is a woman allowed to need prayers here amongst women?

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I know. We have remember,

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in when I was in Riyadh, they had some women's basketball just women grad there.

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Although if I'm not mistaken, I think they had

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a man would come in and there would be like a wall or

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a curtain or something and he led them. So let me say that may not be a good example. But the point is, can a woman lead other women in prayer? Yes.

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It's known, the boss has instructed them how to do it. They stand in one line and she stands in the middle of the line, the Imam and leads the prayer from there, she doesn't stand out in front, but in the same line with the other woman.

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And we do know when it's not we say the norm but we do know that about Salam did give him permission to one of the women of Medina to lead her household in prayer at home in the home.

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We don't know exactly is did she stand from behind the remain in the home? males in the home? Did she stand from behind and lead it from behind? Or did she go and stand out in front of them? That much is not mentioned in the narration but people just assume that it meant she went out in front but actually we don't have evidence to confirm exactly how that took place.

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Do you believe in the COVID shot

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Not only do I believe in the COVID shot, I took it

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Sunday at please I need some clarification on this the harder and the fast if somebody has a miscarried

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at six or seven weeks, when can the person start praying and fasting?

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Well, you know the miscarriage is similar to delivery

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the period

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the fast

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like is the harder you know

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is the harder is when it continues beyond the normal period

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in the case of the fast advanced being

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periods themselves

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that have normal set times when they begin when they end

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is known

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when they you know progress beyond or they have new forms of beginning a change because these things are not necessarily fixed throughout. So

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you know one has to maybe adjust accordingly.

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Yeah. So, if bleeding takes place as a result of delivery or miscarriage, then

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one stops the prayers until such time as the bleeding stops.

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Question from how to correctly do to do the cell.

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So Judah cell can be done two ways.

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One way

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To do it prior to test names before you end the prayer

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and the other ways to do it after test names

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you can do the two records to side to such sujood accept

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at the end so the end is either before giving test limbs to close an end the prayer or after testings

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and whether you need to do another one if you're doing it after you need to do another test limbs steam again

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that's the normal practice

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my question is what are other ways to enter Jannah directly without judgment

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I think that's a whole lecture

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they're well known statement the process and concerning those who rented gender without hisab

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spoke spoke about

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avoiding certain acts etc. But

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other ways

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I am not

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remembering this point I get

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doesn't come to mind. But it's something that can be researched that reminds me that from our last session, there was something else check and inform you about this session.

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I think I wrote it down in my book. I'll go and check on that. So at least for tomorrow, I'll have the answer.

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Anyway, you can always check Islam q&a to get the answer for that Islam q&a, which is by solid share sada aluma. legit

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Sometimes my mother asked me something while I'm insula

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so I just give quick reply, like outcome. And then I continue my Salah. Is my Salah still valid?

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Yeah, it's still valid, but you shouldn't do it.

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you did it based on whatever knowledge or things that you had, but as a normal practice, it's better to just stop your prayer deal with like your mother's

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calling you for whatever, and then go back and do the whole prayer. I know you might feel okay I've done for God. I've done three already. And you know,

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it's easier for me just to say outcome.

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I can finish rather than have to go and do the whole prayer over again. No, no that if you do the whole prayer over again, if that additional reward

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Sharla increased reward.

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Our last question

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almost last question BB Salama or Salma.

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Is it valid not to make hedra because you feel that if you go people treat you and your kids unjustly because someone

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countries in I guess in some countries, they mistreat non Arabs.

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it depends on the need the necessity to make Hendra

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I'm sure the only place in the world to make hedra to is not only Arab countries.

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You know, we have non Arab countries that you can also make headway to. And remember that Sidra first and foremost when one is in a country

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a better a more Islamic community. He doesn't necessarily mean you have to go across the waters, you have to go from one side of the world to the other. It could just be to a better area where Muslims are more practicing. They have masters they have, you know, schools, they have

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clinics, whatever.

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Abella, how to increase our faith.

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How to increase our faith? Well, we know that faith increases with good deeds and decreases with bad deeds. So if we want to increase our faith, we increase the number of good deeds that we're doing and decrease the number of bad deeds that we're doing. And that way we move forward. Whereas if you just increasing the number of good deeds, but you're also increasing the number of bad deeds, maybe you're just staying at one level.

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Last question now, what's the best way to look for a wife?

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Get help through your friends, family.

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If you end up online

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you find a marriage broker,

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it's whatever suits your circumstance.

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Of course, the best way would include that the principles of Islam are observed in the process.

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