Daood Butt – Essential Fiqh Class – April 4, 2021

Daood Butt
AI: Summary © The importance of fasting during the month of Guinea is discussed, as it is necessary for belief and preparation. The importance of fasting is emphasized, particularly during quarantine and long commuting. The importance of reciting the Quran and staying in a church for a long period of time is also discussed. The importance of avoiding getting angry during fasting is emphasized, as it can lead to health issues and the need for parents to encourage their children to practice fasting. The segment ends with a recitation in a church during extreme cold weather and a call to pray for the well-being of their children and their families.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa he was Salam ala anNabi Hill Karim. Allah He of Posada to attimo tasleem

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It is the fourth of April 2021. We are just over a week away from the month of Ramadan. This is of course our essential thick class that we typically have on Sunday evenings. However, instead of continuing through with our chapter, or with the chapter of business and business transactions that we were going through.

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Since we are nearing Ramadan, we'll continue with loans and the thick rulings on loans and business transactions and pawning and debt transfers and depositing savings and stuff like that lending out money, money that was lost or found, you know, all of these chapters or sub headings within the chapter, we will take after Ramadan in sha Allah Tada, because we do need to revise the chapters of fick related to the month of Ramadan and related to fasting. So that's what we're going to do for today. And I'll open it up for some questions in sha Allah. I'll just put it out there right now, if there are some sort of, you know, disturbances, people coming to my door and stuff, haven't billards

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the places closed, no one's here. But for some reason, someone had cranked up the heating in my office.

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And the thermostat is right outside the office. So someone had cranked it up to 82 degrees Fahrenheit. And it is like a sauna in here. The weather was warm outside, and the heating was on to 82 degrees. So I am just boiling. And that's why I left my door open. So if you do hear some noise in the background, forgive me for that. But I tried to keep the door closed for a few minutes. And it's just way too hot.

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And the downside to it is I can't turn on the air conditioning either because of the expansion on our parking lot, they had to remove the heat pump. Or, you know,

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in the process of doing that the gas was released and I have no air conditioning either. So it's hot.

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All right, so we've taken the chapter of fasting before. So for those of you who want to go through it in full detail, you can always go back, you know, just look look up or Google essential thick classes with the hashtag on fasting and in sha Allah Allah you'll be able to access those videos there in sha Allah.

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Do you need something?

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What's up on live stream? I have a class for the next hour if you don't want inshallah.

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like I said, that's going to happen.

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So anyone who wants to go through in full detail, you can go back and use that as a revision as well. I'll go through some of the things so to start with. I have I found that Rahim we know very well that one of the pillars of Islam is fasting throughout the month of Ramadan. So we have to maintain the fasting in sha Allah to Allah.

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And that is because of course we know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentions the pillars of EMA and the Pillars of Islam. And from amongst those pillars is fasting throughout the month of Ramadan. So belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala fasting throughout the month, or Salah, right the five daily prayers, fasting during the month of Ramadan, Hajj, and zecca. Those are the five pillars of Islam. These are actions that we're supposed to do as believers, once we believe right, as believers, we've got to do these things. They're the bare minimum, the bare minimum. So you know, we all know this, but remember, you might have children or there might be some teenagers out there that

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have just become mature and now they're going to be fasting every single day.

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compulsory fasts in the past prior to them becoming mature, you know, they were practicing fasting and it was something that they would do in order to prepare but now they might be doing this on a regular basis every single day throughout the month of Ramadan because they don't have a choice. It is compulsory upon them. Now, of course we do have choices in in life, but they choose to submit to Allah subhanho wa Tada.

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So Allah says, In Surah Al Baqarah verse number 183 smilla Rahmanir Rahim. Yeah, you are letting you know

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And awkwardly vrla como Surya mukana coup de Varela lady in me, Cardone Khun La La Quinta, taco on oh you believe Allah subhana wa tada calls out to the believers right? Put the valley como psyllium fasting has been prescribed upon you not only prescribed it has been made an obligation upon you come up with a valid leadin I'm in Kublai Khan, as it was prescribed to the people that came before us that Allah committed upon.

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So that you may attain the piety righteousness, okay piety, taqwa with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Shortly afterwards, Allah subhana wa to add in the same sort of verse number 185 two verses later, Allah subhana wa tada says, gentlemen when I'm on board and Lady, Xena fee to

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see where the EDA team mean alhuda well for on

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shahida cool Masha Allah 30 years.

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So Allah Subhana Allah says Jehovah mobile on the month of Ramadan is the month in which in which the Quran was revealed who then leanness a guidance for humankind, a sorry and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion a difference between right and wrong. So Allah Subhana widad tells us it's a guidance for us, it guides us shows us where to go how to do things, how to be how to live our lives, and it differentiates between what is right and wrong, so that we stay away from what's wrong. And we go towards what is good and what is true and right according to Allah Subhana what's ahead

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for men Show Hidden in commercial homophobia. So Allah Subhana Allah says so whoever of you is a

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or whoever view is, of course a resident during the month of Ramadan and they must have observed their fast right so from an Shetty, Dominica, Musharraf Ali Hassan whoever has witnessed the month of Ramadan or has come to the month of Ramadan it's it's come to them, then we must observe the fast and that of course is if we are going to be mobium

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Islam is built upon five pillars, and we went through that Hadees as well. Some of the virtues of the month of Ramadan Abu Dhabi Allah and narrated that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever fast the month of Ramadan with faith and hoping for its reward right among sama, Ramadan, Ian and YT server or goofier Allah who met a condom and in Zambia. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in the Saudis of Abu Dhabi out of the yellow and whoever fast the month of Ramadan with faith, full belief and hoping for reward from Allah Subhana way to add

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woofie Allah who met a condom in Zambia, they shall have their sins that they've committed in the past the previous sins forgiven for them. Okay. But what about all the love and mentions in a fairly lengthy Hadith? Allah Subhana the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah has said, all the deeds of human beings are for him except for except for fasting. So all of our deeds that we do and perform are for ourselves, except for fasting, for it is for me, and I shall rewarded accordingly.

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The fasting is a shield or the fast is a shield.

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Okay, it's a protection for every single one of us. If it is a day in which one of you is fasting, he should avoid having

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or being intimate with their spouse. throughout that time of fasting, of course, we know that that is not permitted while fasting. So he says that Allahu alayhi wa sallam there are lots of hanaway data says he should avoid being intimate with his spouse avoid arguing with others. If anyone wants to pick a fight with him, he should say I am fasting by the one in whose hand is the soul of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the smell coming from the mouth of the fasting person is better to Allah subhana wa tada than the scent of musk.

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For the fasting person there. There are two occasions of pleasure. When he breaks his fast he is pleased and when he meets his Lord, He will be pleased with his fasting

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on automatic so my officers assigned

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also mentions in another Hadeeth. in Paradise, there's a gate called earlier. Okay, we know that there are gates of Paradise and some of the gates of Paradise people will enter. Certain people will enter certain gates of Paradise, some people will have a choice of all the gates of paradise. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in Paradise, there is a gate called Allah Yan, though those who fast will enter through it on the Day of Resurrection, and none other than them shall enter it, it will be said, Where are those who fasted, and they will stand and none other than them shall enter it. When they all enter it, it will

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be closed, and no one will then enter through it. So the gates of Allah yen, right urine, right, those gates of Gemini that are there for those who fasted who are known to be from amongst those who would fast, you know, regularly throughout the month of the month of Ramadan in our lives, but also trying to make up

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or not make up but it's trying to do extra fast throughout the year. That is something that is encouraged within our Deen and the doors of rayyan are specific for those who are known to have fasted throughout their life or loved fasting. Love to be from the people who would fast and not Mr. fasts.

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Okay, so when fasting? When does fasting start? Okay, when do we start fasting? And this is an interesting point, because I know if we opened it up for a general discussion, actually, I should start up like a clubhouse meeting just on this one and title it

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when does fasting start? And you'll have conversations going on until the amo piano right. There will be conversations on this until the argument so Pamela thing becomes obligatory on the Muslims when the moon is cited the new moon of Ramadan is cited above what are the longer and narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said fast due to its citing and break your fast due to its citing okay when the moon is seen fast and when the moon is seen break your fast is in at the end of the month from above. So he says fast. Due to this it's citing and break your fast due to its citing. If it is obscured to you then recommend the month of charbon to be 30 days as in assume that

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the month of Ramadan would not begin until charbon has reached 30 days. Okay, so if you're looking for the moon of Ramadan on the 29th

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on what would be the 30th night of Shabbat Okay, there are 29 nights and days that passed and you're looking for the moon

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it's cloudy, it's raining you can't see it for whatever reason the moon is not there. Assume that Sharon has one extra night and then

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whether you see the moon or not the next day you need to start fasting from upon, right whether the moon is seen the next day or not. It doesn't matter you begin fasting because every stomach month cannot go more than 30 days. So if it's been 30 nights in 30 days of charbon you begin the month of Ramadan and there's no difference of opinion on that you do not continue Shaban oh maybe we started early. Maybe you know there's an extra day maybe we miscalculated. No no. This is why it's important for you know certain people in the community keep track of some of the days throughout the year or the beginning of the month throughout the year so that we can know when the month of Ramadan begins.

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How is the beginning of the month of Ramadan confirmed? Well, the beginning of the month is established by of course citing the crescent moon like we just saw in the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam by one of the righteous people, someone who is known to be credible, okay, within that society or by completing 30 days of the month of Shabbat. Even our model the Allahu Allahu Allah said that people were looking for the new moon. Okay, the people were looking for the new moon and I informed the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that I had seen it. He then fasted and ordered the people to fast as in he announced that this is little Milan and

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we're fasting tomorrow and they began to fast that

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you know that that day.

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However, the month of chawan is only commenced by two witnesses. Okay, the month of June

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it means in order for the month of shabba and of Ramadan to end, there needs to be two witnesses. Okay? So if one person sees the moon, we start fasting.

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We start fasting.

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We don't take a chance at the beginning of the month.

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if someone saw we start, it's not like, Oh, no, no delay. No, if someone saw we start.

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And I remember this happened last year, if I'm not mistaken. I remember last year,

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the moon was seen

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in certain parts of the world in Africa. Yes, the moon was seen in Africa.

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And a lot of people on earth said, Nope, it's not a true sighting. Note, it's not a true sighting. Now, of course, there's,

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in some places, not as much technology. But still, we don't need technology. If the moon was in the moon or seen, and official statements had come out that the moon was seen, and people were asking,

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or I should say, before, people were asking people in positions of authority were questioning as to whether the moon was actually seen, they were not taking the word of our Muslim brothers and sisters in Africa. And I had gotten

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messages. And I had confirmed with some people who I know and trust here in the GTA, who have family, relatives, and who know Ian's in some countries back in Africa, or over in Africa, I should say. And

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they confirmed the sighting of the moon.

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Yet many Miss Ajit in many countries disregarded the sighting of the moon, of our African brothers and sisters. And I find that to be very, very sad. Very, very sad.

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala help us all.

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I personally love the African people. I've been to some African countries, and I feel they're some of the most genuine people you will ever meet in your life.

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Because of the simplicity of life that they live,

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call us regardless, if the moon was seen we start

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Okay, upon whom is it obligatory. So who has to fast? The scholars agree that the fast is obligatory upon every scene, adult who is healthy

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and is not traveling and is a Muslim. So every Muslim who is sane, and adult has in they've reached maturity, they are healthy, and they are not traveling, then it is obligatory for that person to fast, a Muslim, who is sane, and is an adult and is healthy and is not traveling. In addition, women must also be pure of their menses and have postpartum bleeding. So a woman who has her period, she is exempt from fasting during that time, and a woman who delivered a child for the time that she has her postpartum bleeding.

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Time that is taking place she does not have to fast okay.

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As for the fast not being obligatory upon those who are not seen or not an adult. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the pen raffia column and tell us the pen has been raised upon three people, as in the actions of those people are not being recorded because they have something that exempts them from fulfilling the obligations within Islam that are upon the Muslim. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says roughly column and set up the pen has been raised or lifted for three people, or three types of people. The one who is sleeping until

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he awakens, so the person who's sleeping until they wake up, they're exempt from let's say they miss a prayer. Because they're receiving this set their alarm. They didn't hear it. They were so tired, they fell asleep and we're exhausted and didn't hear the alarm didn't notice it was time for budget, for example, not the person who says I'm going to sleep and putting earplugs in and I'm not going to check for fun.

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If not the person who just Allah Subhana Allah control their body to keep them in their sleep, not the human controls themselves to stay sleeping, okay, so the person who is sleeping until they wake up the child until he or she reaches the age of purity, and the person who is not sane, until they become sane. And what do we mean by saying that not saying, what we mean here is someone who does not have the ability to reason or someone who does not have full control over their self. Okay? For example, it could be someone who's in the hospital, who just came out of a surgery, who is still under the influence of some anesthetics, or someone who is going through severe pain, severe pain,

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right? And the painkillers that they're taking, or the pain medication that they're taking is so strong, that it, you know, makes them very groggy, very drowsy, they don't know what they're saying, sometimes they don't know what they're doing. They're just really not there. Okay.

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So those are the three times when a person is exempt from certain things. islamically, okay.

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Like we said, we'll go over it the person who is sleeping until they wake up, the person who is

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immature, not an adult yet is still a child until they become an adult. So prayer is not compulsory for our children. Okay, fasting is not compulsory for our children. If they want to do it, that's great. And then the person who doesn't have the ability to reason for themselves, and someone mentioned, yeah, someone who's unconscious, okay, someone who is unconscious, for example, they're exempt as well. Okay.

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Someone who's in a coma, they don't have to make up all those prayers of seven years that they spent in a coma May Allah Subhana, Allah protect us from that.

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You know, they're exempt from that. Now, there's an exemption, but the exemption is for the time being. And for example, someone sleeps through a prayer, that doesn't mean that you do not have to make up that prayer. You have to make it up once again. Okay.

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We'll leave it at that. Okay.

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So it's not obligatory upon those who are not healthy as well. So someone who was

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reaching the month of Ramadan, wondering,

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I have all these health problems. I have diabetes, for example, you know, I need to take medication, I need to take insulin throughout the day, how am I going to do that if I'm fasting, you are exempt from fasting, as in You do not have to fast throughout the month of Ramadan, Allah subhanaw taala recognizes your condition, your health, your medical condition that you have whatever it is, and you are exempt from fasting for some anyone who has a major medical,

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you know, reason to not fast, then they're exempt from fasting, okay, they also would need to make up that fast by feeding someone, okay, so they need to make up that fast, or they will fulfill the obligation by feeding someone for every day, they feed someone a meal for every day that they miss a fasting. Why? Well, within Islam, the fasting, we stay away from food, but we also look after those who don't have and one of the things that the fasting teaches us is to appreciate what we have, but also to appreciate those who don't have and to share what we have in terms of wealth and food with those who don't have so the month of Ramadan is a training for us right to training for every single

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one of us.

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Allah Subhana Allah Allah also says from antennen income Maria one, Oh Allah assefa suffering, determine a young man aka Allah Subhana Allah says not only is the person who is unhealthy or not healthy, I should say exempt. The person who's traveling is also exempt from fasting that day that they are traveling

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so long as the traveling happens during the time that they are fasting, okay, someone says Well, I traveled at night so I'm not fasting throughout the day. No, that's not the way it works. Okay.

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I'm just looking at the time and I want to open it up for some questions. So I'll go on for another three minutes inshallah and then we'll open up for some questions.

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Those of you that do have questions, start writing them in the comment section now Okay, just start writing your questions down in there so that when I'm done, I don't need to ask you to start doing that. Just start typing in your questions. Now inshallah.

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so if anyone who if anyone is ill throughout the month of Ramadan or is traveling on a journey, they have to make up those days of

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Fasting afterwards, the person who is sick, if they're sick throat Ramadan, and they're not able to fast for two or three days, for example, five or six days, 789 days, 10 days, 12 days, 15 days, they might not even be able to fast the whole month of Ramadan. But it's not a chronic illness, they might have a condition where they can't fast for a portion or the entire month of Ramadan. But then a month or sometime later throughout the year, they are able to fast their health improves and they're able to fast, then they should make up those days of fasting afterwards. Okay.

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And the same goes for the traveler, okay, the person who's traveling has to make up the days of fasting that they missed, due to their travels or their journey.

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Is it better for someone to break their fast while traveling or to continue fasting?

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Well, if the person is sick, or ill, then it's better to break their fast because they need some sort of nutrition and nourishment in order to,

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you know, look after their health. Allah subhanho data does not want us to jeopardize our health

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in order to fast them up the little robot. Yes, we will get weak. Yes, we will feel that hunger, but that doesn't mean we're jeopardizing our health. Okay.

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If the traveler doesn't find any hardship within their fasting

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within their journey while fasting, then it is preferred for them to

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to fast during that journey. However, however, it's very hard to gauge what that means. So that permissibility of eating on the days that a person is traveling is there for them to use, if they so choose to do so. Okay.

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also the person who is the woman who is menstruating or

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experiencing postpartum bleeding. We mentioned that you do not have to fast and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, it is not sorry. Is it not the case that when she meant straights, she does not prayer fast. Right? So you mentioned this to the Sahaba of the lava and home

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that a woman who is experiencing that does not have to fast

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and that's pretty much it in short amount of time. I know that we'll take for today. We'll look at some of the things next week and shall not attalla please do type in your questions. I'll go through this now and start answering what I've seen up in front of me here,

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none alive, it already kind of set up here but I can always Zico fade, let me find it.

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So then they asking Can you ask a question that's not related to them avant?

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Can we say see either in our Sala whenever our mind gets distracted? So yes, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam encouraged when a person senses or feels that they are distracted in their prayer, then they can say Ruby learning in a shape or level a gene and blow three times

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to the left side. Okay, that's it you continue prayer.

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What is better to read Cora and during Ramadan slowly or quickly to do more hot items? It is better to recite the Quran slowly and ponder over it if you did better Oh, cool.

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And a Lhasa pan with Allah says while I teeny calm

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Such beautiful I act right? Allah says affiliated bounnam Quran duty ponder over the Quran. Very interestingly, last night, I stepped out of the mustard and some of the brothers

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after a shout prayer, as you know, they're heading to their cars they were talking and, you know, I was listening in to what they were saying. I usually join them, you know, when we have an ability to sit together. So, so Pamela I was, you know, just stepped in and was listening to what they were saying. And they were talking about tetherball and tobacco right, pondering and reflecting over the quarter and,

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and one of the brothers quoted a scholar who mentions that it is better for a person to

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ponder and reflect over the quarter earn for just an hour.

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That hour is more beneficial than standing the night just reciting the quote and quickly right because you're reflecting over the quarter. So this is you know, something that I benefited from last night hearing from those brothers and also, you know, shared with you. So a lot of people will stand alone We're gonna learn anything new you're gonna wonder you guys

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are gonna

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that's not the Quran, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sometimes spend the whole night on one

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on to eight, as in a whole number of hours standing there reciting the same idea over and over. Right?

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So ponder over the corner and reflect. And it's not there's where in Islam doesn't say we have to do the people like focus on cotton, cotton, cotton, cotton, cotton. And once the bottom is cotton, cotton,

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cotton, cotton, cotton, as in one stock or the recitation of the entire quarter and is done. What do we find is that those people don't come. And I remember this specifically when we were young. When we were young, we used to get we used to live in in a city away from like, in the suburbs of Montreal off the island of Montreal, no masajid no, no Masjid no email. So hamdulillah you know, some of the brothers arranged for half as to come and recite, and

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it was like, okay, we need to help them. during Ramadan. It was thought that it is important to, to finish the Quran, like it's part of our Deen, we must This is you can't blame anybody. I don't blame my parents. I don't blame anyone in the community. You know, they felt Oh, it's important for us to finish the Quran throughout the month of Ramadan while standing in Korea. So what did they do, they invited someone who's able to recite the Quran and quickly and we finished the entire Quran recitation in three nights, three nights now. That was at a time when Ramadan was in the middle of winter. So the nights were very long, okay. And I remember this as a kid, we were standing for like,

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five, six hours, tired, tired, exhausted, feet are swollen we're sitting down. It was a time where I sat down for like, hours to pray just sitting down. And it was like, I've learned that

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I couldn't understand 10% of what was being recited, right, I couldn't even make out what was being recited.

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And so my brothers and sisters what happened was after three days, I was like, okay, we finished the Koran stand a little bit limited. Okay, follow bucola was a bit openness and collapse. We're done. You know, no, that's not a lost power. The other one says, even if you're going to pray to God, but you're praying to them with cool, sure, you're praying them with, you know, feeling that I'm giving to a loss of hanaway to handle my time, my energy, my strength, and I'm listening to a call and I'm trying to beautify my recitation for the sake of a loss apparently, that's better than just

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better not to do that.

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Let me go back and check where we were

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like a little later. Rogers, how do I last year we had these reminders feels like yesterday. Yes. Can you please give reference as I need to convince this to my sisters, please? I just gave you a reference a fella into the bedroom Quran and Allah Subhana Allah says, Yeah, you Hello Muslim mil Camila Illa Pani? newsflow koosman. Luca de la Rosa rally he wanted to call it

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right so we're not in Mozambique. Allah Subhana. Allah says to the profits on longer I need to send them yeah, a URL Muslim mill. COMM Elena elcon ila nice photo, I will Kuzmin who Callie Isla, I was in early he was teeny como

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de la

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hamdulillah. There's your reference, okay.

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Are we allowed to get needles while fasting as in the COVID vaccine? So if you're asking if you're allowed to get the COVID vaccine while fasting, yes, you are, it does not break your fast because of the type of vaccine that it is. But some injections may break your fast if you're getting some sort of vitamin injection or some nutritional injection that may break that could break your fast right depends on what you're getting. So I'm just saying this Generally, if you know that this is something that is going to give you some sort of strength and motivation or you know, it's like having IV for example, then that would break your fast okay, but the COVID vaccine does not break

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your fast

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Sister setup says request for Dora. Brother Can you make dua for my husband so he can get his visa soon? Allahumma salli ala la en la mejor, Burdick alarm abetik. fi, alarm. Zip now amen where I'm at and along that Taco Bell Minh, who, along secularly you come had

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your G had a G zoetic. I mean, lots of Hannibal were to Allah bless you and your family and allow your husband to be with you and your family. So he gets his visa very soon. And may Allah Subhana, Allah bless you with what is best for both of you and your families in this dunya. And in the after, in the hereafter. I mean,

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sort of the reference about saying, see how the insula as a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I don't have it with me right now. But you can simply google it go to sunnah.com su nh.com. And if you Google it, there are a lot, I will search for it there. They're searching there you go and check if there's any questions here and

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can tax be counted as zecca? Some people think that tax counts as a cat. No, it doesn't. Okay? No, it doesn't taxes, taxes, because,

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Two different things. You pay your taxes from the savings you have,

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then you pay your zecca.

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From those savings are almost savings.

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on us, I don't see any more questions. If anyone has any more questions, let me know in sha Allah, if not, I shot lots of article we have a lot of people watching now, over here, I'm going to learn.

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So again, once again, any more questions about the month of Ramadan or anything to do with that on fasting, etc? Please, do let us know, one question that comes to mind and it's the next part of what we were supposed to take. You know, if someone's pregnant, or someone is breastfeeding a child, do they have to fast throughout the month of Ramadan? If they feel that it's going to

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harm their health or harm the baby, then No, they don't have to fast and they just make up those fasts afterwards. Okay? If I'm saving money for mahoe, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allah.

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Is this applicable for zeca? So your question is, I'm saving money in order to pay a mahato to a spouse to come or to a spouse that you have? Do I have to pay his account on what I'm saving? To pay his mouth? Yes, if it's either had alcohol, right, if one year has passed, and you've had it with you in savings, and it is your your savings is above the minimum nisab then yes, you do have to base account on it. How do we avoid becoming angry quickly while fasting?

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Don't eat too much meat at service time?

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subpanel Look,

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you know what's really interesting is that we become very edgy sometimes while we're fasting because we're hungry.

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And we become very edgy, and very irritated. But we have to learn to control ourselves. So some of the ways to control anger. Whether fasting or not, is to make Lulu or to be in the state of Lulu when a person has woo a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says chiffon runs through the veins of bunny Adam right like

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like like the blood is running through our veins shavon rushes through those veins as well. And it and shape on is like fire you just heats us up right gets us going really quick. So the profits are longer it who SLM says you know shavon is made of fire and water puts out fire so make Whoo. When you make although you're putting out the anger, that rage that is within us. And we ask Allah Subhana which added to make us from amongst those who are constantly doing some sort of Vicar, some sort of of cow recite the Quran and see you know do do is still far says Pamela will be handy here somehow the line in our lean. When we are saying these things we don't become angry and when someone

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is making us angry. We think to ourselves if I'm seeing some harm a lot or a stole federal law, Allah, if I hear a law or I'm noticing I'm seeing a law on my tongue, then I shouldn't be getting angry. And I shouldn't be getting. The thing is when we are angry. We are not thinking of Allah subhanho wa Taala a lot of the time, we forget a lot and then our emotions, get the

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Get they basically get an upper hand over us, okay?

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What age should we start asking our kids to fast a full day? You know, it's start from a young age, start from a young age, even from the age of five to get them to start practicing, even if it's a few hours, you know, or do some, some water fasts where they can't eat, but they can drink liquids throughout the day. You know, just get them in the habit of it and don't be so strict on them, but at the same time, motivate them, encourage them, right? Tell them look, inshallah, you know, you can do this, you'll be good at it. Like, Oh, I'm so sleepy. And his parents are like all miskeen Myskina so tired, look at them. They're weak. They're weak. Oh, I don't want them to have any health issues.

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Come on. Are we this worried about our children in Africa? Are we this worried about our children in poor countries? Somehow a lot like children who don't have food for days and days and days in many countries on earth. And we don't even think twice, right? We don't even think twice. yet. When it's our own children, like all Myskina give them some food or they go I don't want to help from how long? Five hours no food or children again, a loss of how do we try to help us? You know, so, as parents, we are sometimes a little too soft on them. There has to be a sense of Tobia has to be some sort of training, there has to be some sort of encouragement that is done. Okay. Put our house on

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rent, do we have to basica on rent or value of the house? Okay, so my suggestion to all of you because I don't want to turn this into a car workshop. Go to Nationals account Foundation, Canada's website and all of these questions are answered there. Okay. So most likely, yes. In this simple question. A simplified answer is yes, you would have to base account on the rent of that house. Okay. The rent the income that is made by renting that house, okay. Not the value of the house, the income that is made on the rent.

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From that house.

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Felix last saw a lot about a cola all the way from Australia. I am craving those ribs. You took me to a restaurant with those ribs. And the dessert shop you took me to a lot. That is I think of you almost every single day. I'm very lucky. The Chinese Muslim said I'm welcome Jeff mela Bless you. I mean, are they come set up a lot bless you and your family as well.

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read my mind about fasting while breastfeeding. Miss you here down under May Allah allow us to see Ramadan, amin, amin and Felix that means if you're asking this question, you must be a father. And I don't think you let me know. So if you didn't let me know.

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I'm not offended. Trust me, I can't get offended by you some have a lie. You have a really, really dear special spot in my heart. And ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to allow me to see you at least one more time within my life.

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I don't think you did. I don't think you did.

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There's a question here at what age is fasting deemed obligatory? My nine year old daughter wants to start fasting but I'm afraid she might not be able to thrive survive the entire day she'll survive. Okay, encourage her to try. She can do every other day. Right. But I know some nine year old too fast the entire months. It's doable. Some children are able to do it and hamdulillah. Right.

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And again, don't force her don't force her because it's not compulsory upon her unless she is mature. If she's mature already, then yes, you must ask a

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question here is am I allowed to break my fast only when my knee is hurting?

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It depends on the condition of your knee. I don't know what's wrong with your knee.

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And the doctor would have to say exactly what the issue is. And tell you that fasting is being

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is harmful to your body, harmful to your knee harmful to your health.

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But if it isn't then out of pain if the pain is unbearable, and again, I don't know what's wrong. And I could say this, you know, my father just had knee replacement surgery and the pain is unbearable. He needs to take painkillers and even with those painkillers, pain medication I don't like using that word pain medication.

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It still is very, very painful. So I don't know the condition of it. But

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So how Allah

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if if the pain is so severe that you do need to take pain medication then that may be that may be a time that you can or would be exempt from fasting

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yes money we hope to be praying on a mobile on

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praying Tara we in the masjid throughout this month of Ramadan we actually just put the carpets out today we spread them all out in a nice you know on the other side we laid them out hamdulillah

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made sure all the you know the markings are there the stickers and stuff getting ready for the month of Ramadan. That's all the time that we have my brothers and sisters just come in level heighten I need to go for Salah Malaysia, Allah Subhana Allah accept from all of you throughout the month of Ramadan, all of us throughout the month of Ramadan and Allah subhana wa to Allah allow us to see each other again sometime soon. And ask Allah subhana wa tada to remove this pandemic from upon us and everyone else in the world that is going through hardship and difficulty. And Allah subhanho wa Taala continue to keep our friends and brothers and sisters in Australia safe and free from the

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pandemic and from the hardships and difficulties that come from it. We ask Allah subhana wa to Allah to grant us all the highest levels of paradise. I feel it those are those that come along with Hayden are some of my most animal eradicated Amina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salim was Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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