Essential Fiqh Class – September 6, 2020
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa sallam who Allah and V Karim Allah here follow sada to attend with a slim. Rubbish roughly. So today we're Sidley Emily Washington aka 10 melissani of Cabo Kohli, my brothers and my sisters, said Mr. eleiko, to warn you about our cattle.
We continue our essential fifth class tonight with a new chapter. And it is the chapter of Hajj, the pilgrimage. And as much as it's nice to start a new chapter, this is actually a little bit difficult to go through. And I found it a little challenging just before because usually, I'm reviewing the chapters of Hajj just before I eat a lot how because we're embarking upon the journey of hatch. And this year, we didn't go for Hajj, right, we didn't have Hajj this year. hamdulillah I mean, it's the plan of Allah subhanho wa Taala and not going to complain about it. And we ask Allah subhana wa Jalla to make it easy for every single one of us to go back and perform hajj and Ramadan multiple
times. I mean.
So having said that,
when I was reading through the first part of our
next chapter, the pilgrimage and hedge, it begins with the virtues of hygiene. Okay, the virtues of hygiene. We'll just take a few examples of that. So what I thought about the love art and reported that the Messenger of Allah, some of the love where he was setting them, said, One normal until the next Ramadan is an expiation for what is between them. And the Hajj that is accepted by Allah and performed properly has no reward other than paradise. So the oma from one normalize to another.
And this is mentioned in this way because a person may perform multiple Ramadan throughout their life, but they may not be able to perform the Hajj more than one time. And so if a person is able to go for Hajj and perform the Hajj hamdulillah if they're unable to perform the Hajj due to whatever reason and look at that, then it may not have been something that was compulsory upon them in the first place. So before we get into any of the rulings, let's just look at the benefits of going or the blessings of going for Hajj and Umrah.
So, the aroma itself the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says one or until the next so from one or more of what happens in between those two is an expiation of our sins because of the karma that came at the end of it. So a person performs karma and then you know, maybe months go by or years go by and then they perform another Umrah that is forgiveness for them between the time of the current until the previous one.
We also see a similar example with regards to prayer.
So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned as well between the two Salah right and also between Juma okay. So, when a person performs the Salah between the two prayers, from one prayer to another period to another prayer, whatever sins are committed in between them, of course, these are the minor sins, then those sins are forgiven because the person is actively submitting to Allah subhanho wa Taala in prayer. And so similarly the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentions from one Dharma to the next or Allah is expiation for what is between them. Okay, any sins that we're committed to between those two?
And then he says something along radicchio, SLM, and the hedge that is accepted Well, huduma broad lays seller who just on there, a hedge that is accepted by a lot, as in it's performed correctly and perfectly properly and is accepted by Allah subhanho wa Taala lay seller who does our own 11 gender, there is no reward for that person except gender as in, there's no need for anything else gender is the ultimate reward and then hamdulillah you know, a person who performs their hedge and submitted to a loss of how to what to add in the correct way.
And their hedges accepted, that person is a person of gender of paradise. Now of course this is considering the fact that the person never goes back to or never turns to
something or someone other than Allah subhanho wa Taala right. So they submit to Allah and they continue to submit to Allah subhanho wa Taala after their Hajj and and even prior to that, we don't say that a person could do whatever they want before they go for Hajj and this is sadly what we see happening amongst you know that nowadays people will live the way they want. However they want, do what they want, say what they want, what they want, dress how they want, right and indulge in whatever they want.
until either they go for hedge or a later point in time in their life when they retire and they say, Okay, now I'm going to start praying my prayers, and I'm going to do what I need to do. And I'm going to submit to a lot, I'm going to start reading for earn, and I'm going to start fasting during Ramadan. You know, it's important for us to not not fall into that trap, okay? Also, what some people do is they say, I will live the way I want until I go for hedge. And then once they perform their hedge after that, they think that know that if performed hedge, I'm going to be a completely different person. It's not easy to transition like this, a person can't just transition their lives
and their lifestyle from what they were and how they were for 10 2030 4050 6070 years, and all of a sudden, they're going to change, right. And we see this happening a lot in like the 40 and 50 age range, right? People are in their 40s and 50s. They go for Hajj. They're like all passionate and zealous. And they come back, you know, on the flights coming back, they're like, Alhamdulillah, you know, we're changed people. In fact, even before the flights, they're thinking now this is it, you know, had just done, we shaved our heads and everything is over and they learn, you know, we're gonna return like the day that our mothers gave birth to us isn't free from any sin, which is the
next ad that will take, and they get on the flight. And all of a sudden, you know, anger comes out and people are frustrated, and they go to other countries and they stop on vacation, and they start to do things and they're like, back to the same old people that they work. Right. So transition doesn't happen overnight. And this is why we need to work towards preparing ourself for the day that we go for Hajj. Why because we want to make sure that we're living a certain lifestyle. Whatever happened in the past happened in the past now from today from now, right here right now. We're going to start working towards changing ourselves for the better. And whatever the day comes that we get
to go for HUDs and how the law will go for how to perform or hedge and Allah subhanho wa Taala we leave it in his hands if he accepts, he accepts. And we ask Allah subhana wa tada to accept, of course, and then we return to the way that we were,
as in we try our best to be even better. But even if we, you know, slowly transitioned into how we were, we were already close to a law, right? The point is to already be close to Allah subhana wa to Allah, so that when we do return, have the love we returned, you know, to a condition that was already in submission to our last panel.
From the virtues of hygiene, Norma what I thought it'll be a lot more and also related that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever performs Hajj for the sake of Allah, and does not commit any lewdness are any sins, like the day
or sins, right? They returned after that hedge like the day in which their mother gave birth to them.
Okay, Yo, man, what are they?
What that means is that we return from the hedge that we performed perfectly for the sake of a loss of how do we examine it and even if we may have you know, made a mistake here or there or not been able to fulfill certain things as we wished to do it, but we still follow the sun of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as best as we could, for example, someone might say, you know, Alma de to be Muslim.
To spend the night and was done. Right, and to rest there. A person might say, We arrived and was done, he felt was so busy. It was like crazy, you know, rush people, you know, moving around us and the lack of the ability to go to the bathroom with ease and so on and so forth. And we were not able to sleep. That's okay. That's okay. You don't have to worry so much. Right. So what we're referring to here is a person not committing sins throughout their Hajj, right, not doing things they're not supposed to do. For example, sometimes people go for Hajj, sitting in Minar backbiting
for like three days, three days of sitting there backbiting Allah, right? out of standing and out of instead of making dinner out, chilling out have fun with coffee and tea and ice cream and you know, fruits and vegetables are really vegetables with fruits and bread and just chilling.
Telling stories lying you know cheating some people gambling, some people playing video games on their phones, kind of like where's Otto, what did you do? Basically, you're violating your head, you're not doing what you're supposed to be doing. Right And so, committing sins and going against the command of awesome pedowitz Allah. If a person is going to do that, then of course they're not going to be receiving this reward. Not going to be receiving the reward
of returning back. free from any scent. Like a clean slate. We asked a loss
Except for every single one. Now,
there are times when we also have to consider that not everyone is in the same position. Right Not everyone can stand the whole day of alpha. Not everyone is able to give 110% during Hutch and for some people the fact that they left their ways of their lives and they came or the way of their life and they came for hygiene they submitted to a lot, they may have not even wanted to go for Hajj, but they decided to do it because something in their hearts brought them closer to a loss of handling data. And so they went everyone is at a different level everyone is is is treated by a loss of handling data accordingly with with justice and loss of hand with Allah doesn't cheat anyone. Right?
And so we shouldn't be so quick to judge others as well. As long as we are trying our best to do what Allah subhana wa tada wants shown to us by the sun of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we leave the rest to Allah subhanho wa Taala.
And if Allah subhana wa Allah blesses us with the best of this world in the hereafter. Allah
Allah subhana wa tada says in Surah earlier and Ron verse number 96 and 97
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the place of Ibrahim
Allah Subhana Allah says he a attune beginner to maqam Ibrahim, woman Dakota and whoever enters it. he attains security safety woman definitely Canada Amina when Illa Allah mercy Angel Beatty minister para la de Sevilla this part is important Allah subhana wa LSS and hedged to the houses a duty that human beings owe to Allah.
Those who can afford the expenses and whoever disbelieves that a lot stens not in need of any
of humankind. And gene. So alasa pedal with Allah here shows us the importance of Hajj he mentioned the first place in the world debating what we are the nurse the first place that was made as a place of worship, in Mecca right to the house from where the Kava is.
It is a guidance for the world is in guidance for everyone on Earth. Full of blessing you know when you go for MCC when you go for Hajj to Mecca, you just feel the blessings every single scholar, every single scholar in the album in front of the camera is multiplied by 100,000 times. So you come and pray in the masjid here and it's multiplied by 27 times. Right and that's because we're praying in Jamaica in congregation but you pray over there in Mecca and it's multiplied by 100,000 times so it's filled with blessings. Whoever attains it attained security woman Donna will can Amina and you'll notice whenever you enter into Mecca, you know it's crazy. It's busy, it's like the hustle
and bustle and the buses and the sounds and the pollution and the people and the Russian the crush race so many people have a lot and you get into the home even though you're you're surrounded by lots of people inside of the home as well. You just feel it ease and peace. And if you just listen all yours like the birds chirping it's as though nothing outside of the walls of the huddle even exist. Right? Except for that clock that's like overlooking is like hunting us right? Because everyone looks at me like okay, we have another 20
Until we can go eat some fast food, right?
But Allah subhanho wa Taala just grants peace to those who are there and safety and security and protection. And you'll notice is not only the people that are there, it's their families that they've left behind.
Right, whenever you go for Hajj, you arrive at the counter and you're standing making dryland you're remembering your family back home and you're doing well, but you're not really so concerned for their safety and security because you know, that you've left everything with a loss of credibility.
So that's important to recognize, when people go for lunch, and hedge to the houses of duty, that every single one of us has an obligation, if we can afford it. Allah Subhana Allah says, when he left he Island nurse, he hit jewel Beatty, is the bar. He said ILA and we're gonna look at that in a bit in Sha one tab.
All right, so what is the ruling of hedge? We just finished mentioning it. And we were able to the other one says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once addressed us saying so he says, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once once addressed us, while saying, Oh people, Allah has made the Hajj obligatory upon you, so the Hajj is compulsory. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam announces this to the people and then stood up and said
to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says, every year on messenger of Allah is the Hajj compulsory every year on messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remained quiet.
He remained quiet.
The men repeated his question a second time. Every year on messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prophets of Allah Allah Selim remained quiet.
He asks a third time, every year, O Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then says, If I were to say yes, it would become obligatory upon you, and you would not be able to do it.
Then he said, leave me with what I have left you with.
Verily, the people before you were destroyed, because of their excessive questioning, and their opposition to their profits.
If I order you to do something, do what you can. If I prohibit you from something, leave it
alone. That's amazing, isn't it? When you think of it, so how a lot the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam comes out and tells the people Oh people, Allah has made the Hydra obligatory upon you. Now this habit of the law. I know my like listening. One of them stands up and says every single year, every single year, every single year, he's asking he's like you have a sort of low Why aren't you telling us the answer to this? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He responds by first informing him that if I was to say it was it would be and you wouldn't be able to do it. Look at the wisdom of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, he knows how much it costs, how difficult it is how hard it is for every single one of us to travel. Imagine if the whole Ummah right What is it now? 2 billion people, 2 billion people traveling to mcca every single year to perform Hajj. Now, we have on average or we could say like a maximum number that's gone is approximately 3.94 bit and 4 million. Okay, 4 million. And with 4 million people going for Hajj it is k audit. It's It's insane. So kind of like the amount of rush of people that are there. And how
difficult it is to perform the Hajj. Imagine if 2 billion Muslims Okay, fine, let's be generous and say 1.5 billion Muslims were going for Hajj every single year? How difficult would it be?
Wouldn't it wouldn't be possible, it wouldn't be possible. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells him leave me with what I have left you with as in go away what I told you fellas, take it and go. Don't stay and keep asking and questioning and finding out and he tells him something that we all know. He says verily the people before you were destroyed because of their excessive questioning and their their opposition to their profits constantly questioning what about this will Allah give this you know, show us a sign and so on and so forth
and so on.
He then says, I have a long way to send them something that's important for us to try and live by. He says, If I order you to do something, do what you can.
If the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ordered us to do something, do what you can of the command of the prophets of Allah and even sent him as in what Allah has commanded us to do and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is conveying it to us. So he says, do what you can. Obviously we can do everything. We are human beings, we can do every single thing all at once slow and steady, you will eventually we'll get there and shuttle over to China, but to embark upon doing everything all at once is very difficult. And this is one of the reasons why Allah subhana wa Tada. scholars say
the revelation of the Quran came down over a span of 23 years it didn't all come down at once Allah didn't reveal the work or earn here you go here's the book take it here all of it now you need to change your lives accordingly.
He revealed bits and pieces here and there slowly transitioning helping this habit along the way to be better people. Right? To reach a point where and young men to locum Deena como, Atlanta to LA come near Mati or lb to Islam.
That was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during the Hajj in the last year of the life of the Prophet sallallahu and even seven months before he passed away some longer as a US Senator, and he concluded this Heidi's by saying if I prohibit you something, leave it as if if something is forbidden is haram leave it don't even come near it. Don't come close to it. Don't try it sometimes and leave it's a no just leave it. Okay.
Even normal Viola and Wilma narrated that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said goonyella Islam or other humps, we know this hadith very well. We've mentioned it and we constantly mentioned it in the books of fichte. You'll see it's constantly being brought up.
Islam is built upon five pillars, testifying that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, establishing the prayers giving Zakat, making pilgrimage to the house and fasting the month of Ramadan. Right that Hadith is also proof and evidence for the fact that Hajj is compulsory upon us.
the head of a youth if someone is not yet mature, okay, if someone is not yet mature,
what is the ruling for them, and what happens if they go for Hajj? So the Hajj is not an obligation upon someone who is young as in below the age of puberty,
they have not yet reached that level of maturity. So Hajj is not an obligation upon them yet. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the Hadith that we've also taken before the pen, that is recording the deeds, the pen has been lifted. As in its raised, it's not recording, it's not writing down for three people.
The one who is sleeping, until he wakes up
the child until he reaches the age of puberty, or she reaches the age of puberty, and the one who is not mentally sane as in they are not all there. Okay? What I mean by that is, they're not,
you know, able to figure things out. Okay. So the pen is lifted from these three people. And so if those three categories of people are not able to fulfill the command of a Lhasa pan with Allah, then it is not written down as in if they miss the Salah, and someone is sleeping, they wake up, then it is not written for them until they wake up, then they have to make room and go and pray. And of course, it's not intentionally sleeping through prayer. Right? It's not intentionally sleeping through prayer. It is doing your part setting your alarm and trying your best trying to get up, you hear that and you get up you go.
That's fine. If you don't, and you sleep through it. hamdulillah you tried, you tried? you set your alarms, you know, mentally were telling yourself before going to bed, I have to wake up for funjet It's so and so time if you slept through it, okay? The pen is lifted. Nothing's being written. The moment we wake up. We have to pray. If we don't pay, it's written down this person misses.
another thing to keep in mind with regards to someone who is young, a youth for example, who's not yet mature.
Who actually does perform the hedge who goes and performs hedge while they are not yet mature, their hedges considered valid. Okay, the hedges valid. However, it is not sufficient for the obligatory hedge, that is an obligation upon them once they become mature, so if someone did perform hedge before the age that they became mature, then they still have to go and perform a hedge
in their years or in their life that they are mature.
Even our bus shuttle de Lago Angela narrated that that a woman lifted her child to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said Can this one make Hajj so she lifted her child and asked, Can this one make Hajj and he replied, said Allahu Allahu wa sallam and said yes, and for you will be a reward.
As in, there's reward in it. Right? He also narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said any youth who makes the Hajj and then reaches puberty must perform another hedge.
So that's proof and evidence that
a person who is not mature yet still has to perform Hajj even if they did it in the years that they were still in mature, right? They have not reached puberty.
What is meant or what is the meaning of having the means to perform hatch? Okay, so we spoke about this before many stopbar he lay, he said, ILA someone who has the means to perform hajj, what is meant by that. So having the means implies being of sound health, so someone is healthy, they are able to perform Hajj because they have good health, and possessing what is sufficient for one to make the trip and return from the trip. So you have what is needed in terms of clothing, in terms of wealth, in terms of mode of transportation, right to go. And to come back in terms of time to go as well, right, in addition to being able to meet one's needs, the needs of one's dependence, and
safety along the way. Okay, so I'll say this, again, having the means to go for Hajj implies being of sound health, and possessing what is sufficient for one to make the trip and return from the trip, in addition to being able to meet one's needs. So for example, if you get sick along the way, are you able to meet your needs? Are you able to go and get some help? Or are you able to, you know, if something happens? A car breaks down? Are you able to sort it out or you get stranded in a country? You know, there's a connection flight that's not happening, are you able to make it somehow right to sort it out,
in addition to being able to meet one's needs, the needs of one's dependence. So if you're not able to provide for your family while you're going,
then that had you're still not an obligation upon you.
Okay, and safety along the journey. So you need to be able to secure safety along your journey. Some people say, Well, I don't care, I'm just going to go for Hajj. How are you going to go? I'm going to walk? Okay, realistically, are you going to be able to make it first of all?
Secondly, when you go somewhere?
Are you able to sleep there? Can you just sleep on the streets? Right? Is that something that you're able to do?
Maybe someone will say but the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu did it? They didn't have homes, they didn't have tents. They didn't have? Well, they didn't have tents, right? But someone might say, Oh, you know, they didn't, they didn't have to pay to have a specific area in mitta to be reserved for them. While they're still work camps. Within minutes. There's still work camps and tribes and areas that were set up with people. But are we nowadays able to go through what they went through? So we have to look at our ability as well. Right? Can someone easily make it to the bathroom and come back? If someone goes into the house? Are you able to come out and use the bathroom and go back in if you
need someone else's help, you need to either secure that so you need to have the finances to pay someone to take you or someone says I'm too old to walk around the cabin and make the offer on the cabin.
Okay, so then if you're not able to do it, then hedges not obligation upon you. But if a person says but I'm financially able to pay someone to take me around the cabin, okay, I'll come to London and you have the means, right you have the means and you secure the means you're able to go have the love the smell of God
and the safety along the journey as we mentioned. Okay.
The woman's had.
If the conditions of having the means that we just mentioned
are met by a woman,
then the HUD is obligatory upon her exactly like it is upon a men.
However, in her case, there's one additional condition
that she be accompanied by either her husband or a male relative, basically, she has a home, okay, she has a home with her.
If she cannot meet this condition,
then the scholars mentioned that she does not have the means to go, she doesn't have someone to go because a journey for a woman in Islam, she has to secure her safety along the way. And during for the duration of her time there. And some kind of law you know what a lot of people say, Oh, you know, I'm fine, I can go I'm fine on my own. But hedges very different than a lot of don't understand that. They just think well, I have my bag and I'm able to take my bag. But what if you hurt yourself, you're not able to take your bag, then I have to take my bag and I have to take your bag, and someone has to help you walk. Okay, and so it's not that easy.
Now, securing our means doesn't mean that we don't
or won't face any hardships along the way. There will always be something that comes up in hajj that we did not expect. And the beauty about it is that there's always going to be in sha Allah to Allah, someone in our group or someone in another group, someone who's there that will help us.
There's always someone who's gonna look out for us, right? Unless apparently, I was the one who provides and if there's no one there that a lot provides for us alone will make something happen to take care of us. Okay. However, we still have to do what is needed on our parks. I know. Some people will say, you know what Joe does like a low Faden. But I'm able to go on my own. I don't need anyone's help. I don't need the assistance of someone else. Well, does that come along fade into YouTube? Even I myself don't know if I'm able to make it through the hedge on my own. Okay.
There will always be things that come up along the way.
But when it comes to sisters going on their own.
It makes it very hard for the other men that are there in the group to take care of that sister. For example, sister breaks her leg, or falls and springs her ankle and she's not able to walk because her knees and her legs and her feet are already swollen from walking for days on end, and her back is sore and she can't carry her bag anymore. And so her back is sore. Her body is sore. She's extremely tired, she's exhausted, she's thirsty. You know, she's drained physically, mentally. It's hard, even spiritually. She's poured everything out. I can't just as a man, I'm not going to go pick her up. Mama home for her. Right? It's not easy for of course, if we see a woman who's stranded,
yes, we can go and help. But it's not easy for a man to just okay, this is some sister I don't know, I'm just gonna go and, you know, take her put your arm around her and take her and bring her where she needs to go. If she's elderly, and you know, much older it makes it a lot easier. But we have our barriers, right? So it's very different. Very difficult, I should say. For brothers
and sisters who are gone for Hajj together who are not Muslim.
And yes, I know sisters will say but other sisters will look out for them. Yes, other sisters will look out for them. The hedges not easy. Everyone needs someone to look after them. Everyone needs someone to look after them. I've done multiple hedge our groups of analog brothers have been going for eight 910 1112 1314 years. I know people have performed over 30 Hajj, or in fact over 40 Hajj. Right. They always will need someone there's always a need for someone to cover your back to help you out to carry your bag to bring your stuff to get you food to there's always a need for that. And when you're there all by yourself all alone. At times, you feel like you just want a shoulder to
lean on. You just want someone to lean on you know what I can't carry my bag anymore. You take it
it's hard for someone else to do that. When there's no relation to them, and it when they're also looking after their family. So, you know there's there's a there's a reason there's Heckman everything. That's a loss of Hannah
Hana has put in place for us, we as human beings,
being passionate, sometimes being stubborn, sometimes being arrogant thinking we know better than a law, we know more than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we may feel like oh, I can, you know what, it's okay. I'm not supposed to do this, but I'm gonna do it anyways.
And then we're shown a test.
Then we're showing a test. And I can give you examples of many sisters who I know have gone for Hajj on their own, and were challenged very, very severely. But I don't want to mention them because you know, those are private and they may be watching it, they may not want it to be mentioned to them
publicly, so I'll keep that, you know, concealed. However, there's hikma and wisdom in what Allah Subhana Allah has placed upon us, and we ask Allah subhanho wa to Allah to make it easy for us to be able to go for Hajj, with all the means necessary.
being fulfilled with all means necessary being fulfilled. Even our boss or the man narrated that he heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, men should not be alone with the woman unless there is a relative present, as in there should be a maharam with that woman. So two people were not home for each other should not be alone together. And a woman should not travel except when accompanied by a male relative, except having a Muharram with her. Then a men stood up. One of the Sahaba of your own home stood up and said O Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam My wife has left to make hedge while I am here.
recorded as an I am I have been a what's the word?
inscripted I think right I've I've basically been enlisted to go and participate in so and so military expedition.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him go and make Hajj with your wife.
His wife had gone for Hajj on her own with the rest of this habit of the love.
That went from Medina.
And he said that he was enlisted to go ready to go for
a battle as in he was, you know, part of an army and he couldn't leave. So his wife went and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him leave and go make Hajj with your wife.
The last part that will take in sha Allah to Allah in fact, I wanted to take a little bit more, I think we will Okay, we'll take a little more not delaine to perform Hajj. So we said that it is obligatory on the person who has the means to perform Hajj to actually go and perform it. But without delay. We shouldn't delay once once we've met all the conditions to go for Hajj as in I have everything that it takes to go for Hajj, I should go and not delay it, why the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said whoever intends to perform Hajj should do so, whoever intends to perform Hajj should do so, without delay for a person may get sick, may get lost or encounter some
neat person may lose their finances, they may lose their health, they may not be able to eventually go right they may become busy with something something comes up in life you know someone becomes pregnant or a child is born or you know something happens. So the profits are the longer it was Selim encourages us to go for hedge once all the and remember
when we look back at the evidences
for hedge being an obligation upon us. many steps Barra he sabetha a person has to go for Hajj once they are able to go for Hajj they have everything that is needed to go they must go for Hajj.
right i mean by they must go is Hajj now became an obligation upon you and you refused to go
and you get busy with some other stuff and you delay the hedge and you say you know what, I'll invest that money in something else or I'll do something with it. I'll you know spend it on this I need a car or you know, whatever we spend it on things of this dunya not realizing that eventually we can't go for Hajj because we can no longer afford it or we no longer
have the time to go
or for whatever reason we become older.
And that hedge was still an obligation upon us because we reached a point where
we were able to go and we had nothing stopping us from going except us. And so that is when a person is committing sin.
In disobeying Allah Subhana. Allah is command to go and to perform the Hajj.
The time restrictions. Okay, so
on the last point that I was talking about not doing hedge
my light just turned off. Why did that happen?
Not doing hedge.
Oh, battery's too hot, it says
keep it off for a little bit.
if a person is able to go for Hajj
they should really think wisely, what they're spending their money on. Okay. What I mean by that is, you know, if a person can go practice but chooses not to go because they're going to be spending the money on something else. Well,
you may never ever get the chance to go for Hajj again. If you never ever get the chance to go for hedge again, the only person's fault is
that person's right.
So we asked the last panel to add it to make it easy for every single one of us to go for hedge when an obligation I'm restrictions or the specific time of the year that one should perform How much? Allah Subhana Allah says in Surah, three Baqarah verse number 189 is a pneumonic any.
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they asked you or Muhammad about the new moons say these are signs to mark fixed periods of time for mankind and for the pilgrimage. So where's Luna? Karina he'll ask you about the new moon will he mot to the Nessie will hatch. It is something that is used to tell time so we know islamically we use the history calendar and we look for the new moon and new moon.
The new moon shows us you know the beginning of the month and in the middle of the month and the end of the month right when the moon is disappearing or going away and then have a lot
a new moon is born. We know when a month begins and when it ends so we use it to tell time.
Where's alumina cannulation he will hear my work eat dinner as well had. It also tells us the timing of hatch.
Also in saltimbocca verse number 197, Allah subhanho wa Taala says and had your assurance
The Hajj is in the well known months, the well known months of the year and had you Ashura Marionette What are these ashore and megamat What are these well known months I must have had nowhere to hide it shows us an indication of known months and then ignore most of the above our annual Mark says the months of hedge our show well
which is the 10th month of the of the big calendar year show was vuca and the first 10 days of the hijab, what is meant by that is that you have the ability to go into travel to embark to begin your home and go for the journey of Hajj from the beginning of Luca
and sorry from Sha one and the garden and the first 10 days of
also even our bus will be longer Anima said it is from the sun to not sorry it is from the sun not to enter the state of home for hedge except during the months of hedge. Okay, so we are not we are not allowed to enter into the state of hedge now during the month of Muharram and say I'm going to go for hedge later this year. Oh you know put on my thumbnail for Hudson Oh, we can't write and head to Asheville maklumat Hodge is within well known months that
All right, we're gonna take for today inshallah, next week we will continue with the Mullah Feat.
The meat caught, I should say, the different meat gods that are out there. And that's where we will begin from next week in sha Allah Allah Jazakallah Faden for attending barakallahu li from ask Allah subhana wa Jalla to accept all of our intentions to go for Hajj and to make it easy for us to embark upon that journey and to go safely and return safely. And we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to forgive every single one of us of our sins of the past and make Hajj a time of the year when we find ease and peace or a time in our lives when we find ease and peace with Allah subhanho wa to add and fully submit to Allah returning to never commit the sins that we committed in the past mean about a global
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