30 in 30 Day 06 – Daily Quran Tafseer
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It is Sunday April 18 2021 and
is the sixth day of Ramadan so we're going to be covering the sixth juice of the quant Sharla hotel.
So I've done a few
things I've made a few adjustments
to the live stream hopefully I know there have been some issues with
sound quality on YouTube and Instagram, no on even Facebook.
And so hopefully that's resolved. I hope we'll see trying something different every day hopefully it's working much better for so so for those of you that are here hopefully you're able to teach us much more clearly.
So we're going to be going through the six jewels of the Quran hamdulillah
we completed five jobs already and when you think of it tomorrow is the second day of Ramadan tonight is the night of Ramadan which means we're reaching that one week mark already and you know when you feel like reaching that one one week mark you start to think to yourself well that means the first 10 days are almost gone. And then we're reaching middle 10 days
and the middle 10 days
they go pretty fast. Because
as much as we feel like okay, the month is just starting we are nearing the end of
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Okay, so in this fixtures we're gonna start with number 170 in verse number 171 This isn't too nice so for those that are wondering which sweater we're on we are on a nice oh I know things are good on Instagram hamdulillah Instagram is good. In fact, we should probably only stream on Instagram because seems like that's that's the one platform that works really well. So the sound is also glitchy that's interesting.
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So verse number 171 of productivity sign Allah Penwith. Allah says, Yeah,
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So in first of all 171 of us, going to Allah is
teaching us a very, very important lesson about Tokyo, the oneness of a lots of hands to add. And I was saying this the other day, how important it is for us to learn about Allah subhanho wa Taala. That and to know of him and more about him. And this is where Allah puts a limit, I was actually just talking to someone about this earlier today, how Allah Subhana Allah put limits for us don't transgress these limits, this is the limit the boundary don't transgress the boundary case, to the boundaries that Allah Subhana Allah has set. And I was I was mentioning this earlier today, as human beings, we need to have boundaries, we need to have certain limits that are set in place, as much as
we love freedom as much as we want to just live our lives and do what we want and you know, be as we want to be, we have to have certain boundaries put in place in order to keep us within what is permitted in what's not permitted. And that are those boundaries define who we are. Okay, so as Muslims, the boundaries set by loss of habitat to define who we are, are we people that are going to do things that are held on things that are considered indecent things that are considered immoral? No, we're not going to as Muslims, we don't do that. Our boundaries are set by law, as humans living in a society living in a country or in a city or a town. We have boundaries that should be set as
well. And those boundaries are what define the people, the people of Mississauga known to certain people that people of Scarborough have certain things that define them, the people of, I don't know Toronto have certain things that define them, the people of Milton, well,
we're still trying to define ourselves, because we're growing so fast, right? This is a light hearted joke, right? So somehow those boundaries are put in place there to define things. Here. Allah Subhana Allah puts a boundary in place he says, Yeah, let kitabi Let's have loopy Dini. Kampala. Taku Allah Allah He led all people of the book. Do not go to extremes regarding your faith, and say nothing about Allah accept the truth. So don't go to extremes don't have what we say in Arabic or what we call an Arabic Lulu. Right. Hulu is excessiveness, in the deen excessiveness in anything. But of course when we're talking about Islam here we're talking about excessiveness in the
deen matters related to a lot of Panama. What does a lot of data show here? He says
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says the Messiah, right, the mercy, Jesus or Isa, the son of Mary was no more than a messenger of Allah and the fulfillment of his word through a baby and a spirit created commend from him.
So Allah is showing us not to go
to excessive limits, right in things and he's telling the people of the book, the Christians here specifically, Abbas is referring to
and talking about the life of Isa at his center. And he says, not to go to extremes in faith, and recognize that ERISA it has said M is not more than a messenger of Allah, a messenger of God and look at one of us and then says, He says, What on earth and do not say, right?
So believe in Allah and His messengers and do not say, Trinity.
in pool, hire local, stop for your own good.
Boss of how do we say don't talk about this. Trinity don't believe in it. Don't, don't implement it. It doesn't exist. The Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, and you can you know, do your homework. Those who
a lot of us don't matter if the video is bad, that's fine. Is the sound good? If the sound is good, Hamdulillah, right. The video quality I have a feeling that the video quality was good in the last few days, but that affected the sound quality. So I'm hoping that people could hear properly.
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Quality comes down a little bit better. Okay? So Allah subhanaw taala is telling them stop with this, this nonsense of the Trinity. You know, if you're going to ask someone about the Trinity and ask them, you know, can you explain it to me, they'll give you all these different definitions. But there's not one clear cut
down definition, or example of the Trinity that given there are bits and pieces here and there, but it just doesn't fit. And many people who leave Christianity it's because of this main thing. It's the frustration to do with the fact that the Trinity just doesn't make sense. It's not clear after Allah Subhana Allah tells him what letter kulu with regards to the Trinity, stop doing for your own good, don't even don't even go there. Right? You're just gonna confuse yourself. Allah is only one God that was dependent, Allah says, in
a law is only one God just want
Glory be to Him. So
He is far above having a son, To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth level Murphy somehow Do you feel
he will keep you and Allah is sufficient, as a trustee of the affairs, company law, with these things will also handle what to add. So that was an interesting verse that's very important for us as believers to take into consideration as well. If Allah subhana wa tada says, with regards to profit as it is,
that we are not to go to excessive levels of worship, when it comes to messengers of God or profits. Then the same applies to Prophet Muhammad someone think you were selling and our interaction with people go to excessive levels and go to extremes they go beyond the limits the loss of habitat assets. And remember we this verse a few nights ago where Allah subhana wa tada says, Well, number
bother. You can't really hear
Or call the quorum of us hang with Allah reminders and the list goes on. I'm not going to read the whole thing we took verse already.
And lo reminds us remember
that Prophet Muhammad Bhangra, he was alum was a messenger of Allah Subhana what's
called the colored mint. And there were prophets that came before people went to excessive levels or measures in their worshipping of God and linking it to the prophets and the messengers like that of this example that we're looking at here related to Prophet anxiety Islam in verse 171 of sewer and the sap
we move to the next one so but you're not either and this is a very difficult a very difficult swallow for Muslims to learn throughout the month of Ramadan because hola to Merida is titled this
of food lots of it front of you are going to be talking about food everybody so if you're hungry pay close attention because some of the foods you might be about to eat may not be permissible
or we already know what is and what isn't and complied is
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the honor your obligations were, hey, let's come back to an army Illa UTR they come over here on Friday we're into in the locker room at all grazing livestock has been made lawful to you.
Allah says this right after saying
all believers, honor your obligations, what is the object that we have upon us to eat has made halaal for us, except what is hereby announced to you
as being home. And hunting, while integral is also not permitted. And that's what's mentioned in the next verse. And then Allah subhana wa says, and indeed, amends where he bows, all believers do not violate laws, rituals of pilgrimage, the sacred big months, the sexual animals, the offerings, decorated with garments, nor those pilgrims on their way to the sacred house, and so on the last panel was talking about going for hedge normal, being in this and hunting guy in that topic that I really don't want to get into for tonight, because I don't anyone who goes for dinner, and hunts along the way anymore, right? There's no one that really does that.
But during the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, they would bring the animals that they were going to consume away for their trip, and the animals that they would sacrifice that had to give to the poor in need, and they may have been in need as well themselves during that time. And they may have eaten from those animals, and then they would bring the food with them so that they can return on their journey back to Medina to Manila or wherever else the Muslims were coming from.
So Allah refers to food as being something that's an obligation upon us. As believers, we need to understand the importance of food. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us about eating halaal and how to eat not just eating healthily, but how to eat and when to frame eating, for example, we're not supposed to be for those of us that are here in Toronto, or in this part of Canada. I know for some of our friends that are in the southern hemisphere, it might be night, actually, it's probably daytime for you now as well. But anyone who's experiencing nighttime now, you know, they'll be eating Camilla. And that's fine. Right? You're allowed to eat at eight
o'clock in the evening. I say this every year when I livestream during Ramadan, you're gonna see me yawning a lot, okay? Because it's the end of a long day of fasting. There's no caffeine in me.
There's no there's no energy in me. But we give it all we've got the end of the day. And
so it's important for us to focus on our food and what we consume. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us as well, that when we consume what is home then we jeopardize our drought being accepted for some period of time. That doesn't mean that we should not pray means that we still have to fulfill the obligation but there's no extra rewards in it for us. So stay away from home food and consuming that which is out for Okay, stay away from home food, as well as that which is considered doubtful what we are not aware of we should stay away from dates are helpful and don't require the hassle. You can break your fast on dates and schambach and dates and water I swear that simple.
Right? I'm good enough.
But you're asking where I got this sweater from? And Afghans f UK, Australia to get you a sweater that says some of after hardship comes ease. In fact, the quote is not after hardship. Allah Subhana Allah says that in my high lubricity Yusra with hardship comes ease, so you have to go through hardship don't wait for after a hardship something's gonna come no. with hardship comes ease and with hardship, comes ease, right. So lots of ease will come after
Lots of ease will come after hardship with hardship, hardship not after I'm gonna
move on shot a long time and put the end of the verse, there are lots of panels,
you know, touches upon the importance of respecting wildlife while someone is in
a home, when someone is in the state of a home, you are not allowed to harm another human. And we're allowed to do this for no reason, at any time, right? We are also not allowed to hunt animals, we're not allowed to damage the wildlife that's there, or even the nature. So when you're in a home, you can't even pluck leaves off trees. Right? We're not allowed to do that. It's a time that we train ourselves to be as patient as we possibly can sub up with the hardships that we are enduring. Hedge is a training ground, right? hedges training grounds, anyone who really is trying to learn some patience, go for Hutch, and see how well you excel from the time you left home till the day you
reach and meet up before I even start. You will see you've already excelled in your ability to be patient, how
I was happened, very simple.
You're in the luxuries of the comforts of your home, wherever you are, whatever country or city you're in.
You never need to take a flight the flight is long, but you're patient with it. You may have wished to be in business class or first class, but you ended up in economy 100 that's step number one of gaining patients through hedge. Right, you then transit the country. Because you know, the direct flights just start happening now. Right? So transit in another country. And while you're there, you want to take a shower, but you don't have access to a shower. Right? While you're there, you need to put on your home. And now you start to let go of your clothing. And so even the clothing that brings comfort or safety to us like our undergarments an undershirt and underwear, right, we're used to
wearing that in North America and many countries, they don't wear underwear like we do over here, right? But that's something that you're letting go of. So you're not only just taking off your clothing that you are used to wearing, like there's thieves on it and you put your pants on and your one leg is going to one pant leg and the other leg is going through another so you know you feel
after both you also act right your body is being covered properly.
Put calm on especially for the men for the brothers.
You don't have leaves. So now you're learning patience through that, right? You're learning learning patients through that. You have just a towel, what's what's considered to be like a towel wrapped around you. Also on your waist, you have just the ease up after around you. Okay? And so, or for those of you that are you know, Pakistani Indian, you probably know the term lunghi, right? lunghi or in English, a sarong in Malaysia as well.
sarong, right, we use that word. So how are you just wearing that around you. And it's not as the wrong that are 30 that's completely sewn around. It's open. Right? So it's like a towel wrapped around you. And you remove your undergarments as well. So now you don't feel comfortable at all. You feel real strange. You don't have your undergarments on and you don't have your clothing on, you feel awkward, but you're gonna be patient with it. Then you get on the plane and you fly into Mecca, or Jetta and then you take a bus to now you're dealing with the heat, and you go from one hotel to another hotel to another hotel. And as you gradually get closer to the edge,
the level of hotels, the level of food quality, the level of patience is going to be tested, right? The amount of electricity that you have access to the amount of air conditioning that you have access to all of that is diminished drastically. Then you offer. So now you go from your hotel to Mina right? For example. You go from your hotel to Mina booty. Yes.
You're in Mina, and you have air conditioning in your tent, but you're sleeping on the ground. Right You might have a soft cushion that they give you nowadays. I remember back when I did Hajj the first first two times I did hatch there was no such thing as having a mattress in. In fact, the first time I did Hajj there was no air conditioning in Mina right? We didn't the tents that you see in minutes.
Now did not exist the very first time I went for college, the first time I went for 119 88. And there were no Kevlar tents.
Those tents were not there. Those tents were made in the 90s when there was a fire that spread, you know, and burn down quite a few of the tents and they realize it's making them out of Kepler now because it's fire retardant, and it won't burn things down. So if the fire does break out, we're a little bit more state, right?
So Allah Subhana was kind of showing us this, you gain this patience through going for college. And now that you're in Mina, you have some luxuries still, like air conditioning, you have washrooms that are
fairly decent, because then you go to a hot offer, and you know, you're in a completely different tent. Right? And you have a lot less luxuries and the washroom may help you if you need to go to the washroom You better not wait until you need to go. You better go when you don't need to go.
Because you're gonna have to wait in line in the in the heat. And it's tough. And it's a long line. Let me tell you it's a long line because it's so hot people go in the washroom and they start pouring water and taking a shower. And every single person who goes in is pretty much coming out taking a shower. So it's like waiting for people to take showers now you're in, you're making the transition to was delaford. Now you have nothing.
Now you have nothing.
The patients that you develop just in going for Hajj is the training grounds for when we come back, you're hungry you want food, you see the halal restaurant is five kilometers away. And the
or I should say the Muslim owned restaurant is is five kilometers away. And non Muslim owned restaurant is a few cologne is one kilometer away. You will say in hajj I can go the distance than in luxury I can go the distance, right. So you start to remember the times in hajj. If during Ramadan we say you don't just make dua for more than five minutes do you think to yourself when we went for Hajj we make dua for six hours consecutive standing up. So we should be able to do it for a few minutes or a little bit of time short amount of time throughout this month. I'm sure a lot of Tad training grounds for us and Ramadan is a training ground as well. Ramadan, people think oh,
Amman is the month where we don't backbite we don't do we don't cheat we don't lie we don't you know, unjustly harm others or take away people's rights and stuff like that. But the rest of the year we can do that. No, this is a time that resets us that strengthens us, puts us more firm on our belief so that throughout the year we are reminded that you know what during Ramadan we are able to do this even while fasting we should be able to do this throughout the whole year as well. And that's the lesson we get from these verses.
Let's move on inshallah Tada.
Let's go to verse number 27 of swords are two
years number 27 and 28 of sorta and in Merida
here, I'll go through this very briefly in sha Allah habitat because it is fairly long and I want to cover a little bit more Allah subhana wa here shares the story of coffee and RBL who is coffee and who is happy in English we say Cain and Abel
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wasn't gonna spend much time on it so I'm not going to read any more verses I only wanted to recite the first two but the story starts in just
when you know Arabic and you start reciting a story in Arabic, you just feel like Okay, I got it. I got to do this full story. I need to recite ages. It just hits home. And it's important for the district, all of us to learn Arabic please, please, please try and learn Arabic And for those of you who speak or do you know it's so much easier for you. So take full advantage of trying to learn it. Give me one second I'm just going to
system of you have been saying that the picture quality is terrible and sound glitchy anyway, so if you're listening to glitchy sound, you may as well have good, clear so I'll plug the camera in. And we'll I'll keep teaching as a as I set it up in sha Allah, okay?
Allah Subhana Allah is showing us here the story of Calvin and Hobbes These are two sons of them it set up these two sons.
It says what to do it him never never had been a Adam, have you relate to them in truth or profit the story of Adams, two sons, okay, how each of them offered a sacrifice. April's offering was accepted, while kings was not so keen threatened Abel Abele.
And he said to him, I will kill you. His brother replied, law only accepts the offering of this sincerely developed. What do we learn in this lesson here? What we learned is my brothers and sisters.
Allah subhanaw taala is showing us that
he's sincere in everything that we do. And the sincerity is
So we need to be sincere in everything that we do, right?
And the sincerity that we need to have as Muslims, we can learn a few things from the story of Cain and Abel called even happy when being sincere in dealing with our family members at home.
Our relatives, the people that we live with the people that are around us, right, we should treat them in an honest, fair, just
being people a justice, people will know the way of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who understand what Islam teaches, who understand the importance of being right and true. No brothers, no sisters should be arguing with each other as actual blood brothers and sisters in ways that takes them away from Allah subhana wa Tada. And we should not be doing things as well, that are displeasing to Allah, breaking ties of kinship and I'm not going to get into the story of Cain and Abel, I really want to highlight something other than that, you pretty much all know the story of club even. But what I really want you to keep in mind is how dangerous is for family members to
We should not be doing that. Okay, we should not be arguing with one another. We should not be breaking ties with one another as well. The profits are long already. He says no sin
is worthy of a swift punishment in this life, and in the next more than cutting off, Ryan, cutting off family ties. No sin is more deserving of a swift punishment in this life and in the Hereafter. More than
cutting family ties and religions. So keep contact with your parents. Keep contact with your children. keep in contact with your siblings. keep in contact with those who are around you those who are close to you, your family. It could be your uncle's your aunts, your cousins, your relatives, people who extend further and further out from the family. Stay in touch with them. Don't cut ties with them, because there is nothing more deserving of swift punishment. This late and the next than that, as all my brothers and sisters when you think of it somehow the lights panela How many of us
have issues with our family. How many of us have issues with members and relatives loads of loads of us issues and problems. And we always say Tomorrow I will resolve it tomorrow, I'm going to look into it tomorrow, I'm going to do something about it.
This is homework for today. Our homework for today is if you have a grudge or you have an issue with a relative of yours, or you haven't spoken to them because of something that's happened in the past, maybe days, months, years ago, give them a call or send them a message and let them know that you are sorry. And that for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala you love them and you don't want to have issues between you and them anymore. Okay.
Someone is asking what if they want to, but they don't like you.
But if you want to, but they okay, but if you want to, but they don't do well you try you keep your door open, you reach out to them and you've done your part. If they shut their door you then that's them shutting their door and look at the story of of Yulin Hill The deal was like I'm not gonna fight you You're my brother.
You'll kill me before I even fight you. And that's exactly what happened. He ends up killing his brother and then we see the story of how it was a pathway to add lessons you know, a pro and digs the ground and berries of Crow and he realized out of shame you know what I should at least bury my brother just killed them and left him like that. Right? So the story as long as lesson get from the lesson that I really want to learn today. importance of maintaining relationships with our family met our relatives, there's sisters, we should we should and must and have to look after our family and our relatives. Okay. It is a responsibility that every
must fulfill that responsibility. What just happened accidentally pulled I have no idea why he just did that. But I just pulled the
I just pulled away right out of my computer. My head just went there and I just pulled it out for some odd reason.
It will be back soon inshallah. inshallah.
Alright, it is terrible.
Back on, welcome.
Okay, let's move on to verse number 32, verse number 32, of soil to
verse number 32.
I believe that many of you know whom content and SMB readiness in so this is still the story of Calvin and Hobbes. But what we're seeing is a lesson that is slightly different. Here. A loss of habitat is teaching us the importance of taking care of
human life, right, taking care of human life, that it is secret, and we must play our part in making sure that we tried to help others. Allah says in this verse mean as you
get up in any sort,
scene, we forget and
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I don't like when mosquitoes happen.
Problem is live streaming to six different places at once.
And when one goes wrong, you got to deal with it. So Allah says that is why we ordained for the children of Israel. It's about you know, Israel is about you. Okay. The job is in Israel.
Wherever it takes a life unless as a punishment.
murder or mischief in the let, as in if it is a punishment that that person is receiving, you know, like capital punishment or, you know something that they did right they're receiving a punishment for it. I know I need it support seriously. Allah Subhana Medina says it will be as if he killed all of humanity and then cut them enough some beer enough sin that oh for dead in the field of soccer and cotton and message. Whoever takes the life of someone murders someone, right? Or causes a fitna on Earth. Men cut the laughs And the lady next Oh, fair said they're spreading some sort of mischief on earth for cotton and message and yeah, it's as though that person as killed or taking the life of
this entire world, every single person on it? Why such a harsh statement from a less paranoid Dad? Well, think about it.
It's showing us the sanctity of a life.
That one life so important that you should do your best to save and protect that human being?
Because if you don't,
all humanity was destroyed. But then a loss of habitat it says
on then. Yeah, and, and NASA
and whoever gives life.
Okay, whoever gives life or saves.
It is as though or as if they saved all of humanity a lot.
Isn't that amazing? That's absolutely amazing. Right? And when you think of it right now, the responsibility that every single house plays in this pandemic, in trying to help control the spread of COVID-19. Is that adverse? Don't create it, don't spread issues, and do our part in order to help protect others from receiving the spread of or being or contributing towards the spread of covid 19. What do we receive in return from Allah subhana wa Tada. It's as though we've saved all of humanity.
It's as though we've saved all of humanity.
Even one life, one person.
Why? Why does Allah say that? Again, the previous example was a discouragement. Here, it's an encouragement to help save one person is like saving every human being, that person's life is no less sacred than the life of another person. And I'll give you a simple example that might make it easy for us to understand. One of the uncles enlisted a few weeks ago, he was telling me, he says Don't
you know, with the vaccines, the AstraZeneca vaccine, how there's blood clots that, you know, are being reported in multiple different countries, regions, and the percentage is so low. Right? So he says, you know, the percentage is so low, they say, Oh, it's safe. The percentage of the people that are gonna get, you know, a blood clot or die from it is like, you know, a small percentage. So the uncle says, What if that small percentage was me?
What if that small percentage was me? Now? Yes, in Islam, there are risks that we have to take sometimes, right? And we weigh the risks. And we do know what has more pros and it's more positive than the negative, right in generally speaking, the here this uncle is getting this example what if that small percentage is me? Are you saying that my life is not important thing that, that my wife doesn't deserve me to be there for her and with her, saying that my grandchildren don't need to spend time with me that other people's grandchildren can spend time with their grandparents, but for me, no, I shouldn't be here. And when he said it that way, I was like, so how it's so true. We
should go our distance to save even one life. That zero live should be lost.
in the midst of a pandemic, it's not realistic
It's not easy to completely have zero lives that are lost. But the point is that you work towards it. Right? And that's what this brother was saying. He's like, we have to do our part. If something's not as good, we should stop by hard proceeding what is and do it better? And as a few examples, how do you know the brother was sharing?
of brothers and sisters, there's a number of more number verses that I really want to go through. But we're gonna have time.
buttons and naked Akita will have the most radical name Albania, the middle Kitab, Haman and ally, verse number 48 and 4950. This sort of ties in with what we were talking about, do what Allah subhanho wa Taala says to do, follow the Quran, follow the rulings or the the advice, the guidance of the Quran, what is mentioned there in and stick to it, do not leave it and trust Allah subhanho wa Taala in everything that we do, okay. Having said that,
instead of getting a few more verses, I want to encourage every single one of us and you know it, when the mustard is closed, we need to raise funds online. So I want to encourage everyone to remember that it isn't all mobile, to remember that the masjid is still there, that we need to contribute all together in sha Allah towards protecting preserving and maintaining our budget. So if anyone wants to donate in person,
there's timings that the management has arranged to have people or someone volunteer or one of the management will be there
to collect the donations outside of the masjid. Okay. So daily
around the time of
between 1245 and two o'clock, okay, pretty good say roughly one o'clock. So between one and two o'clock if anyone wants to donate in person between one o'clock and two o'clock, you can always go to the masjid and donate there in person and in the evening between six and seven o'clock. Okay, so between one and two, and between six and 7pm every single day I'm shot along to add someone from management will be there to receive and collect donations that people want to give in person. And that also includes Zach cathodes, you know, uncle's was remind me today, please encourage and remind people to pay up to fifth on time burden. So we should take advantage of that from now. pay out
every second, third, fifth, usually give it on our own, we're supposed to get it ourselves, right but because we live in a country maybe you know, we don't have the means or especially due to the pandemic we're not able to freely go without doing this. So give it through one of the organizations or mustard itself. For anyone who wants to donate to the masjid through the website, then visit the mustard website. I know our brother has put the email address up there, but the most of the website is Aigner. milton.com So I see NAMILD o n.com. And you can use that and shut a lot of data for your donation. Just go to the most job site it can have no COMM And you'll be able to
donate through the portal there. Or if you want to send an E transfer, well wrap it up on my Instagram story on the mustard Instagram which is iccm [email protected].
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