Friday Night Etiquettes Class – October 15, 2021
Channel: Daood Butt
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Don't be either mean or salewa to law he was said a while and V Hill Karim Allah he have a lot of Salah to attempt tasleem arbitrary sadri were serially Emery architettura melissani of Rahul Kohli, my brothers and my sisters ascena more at a comb or document Allahu Akbar Academy. So it is Friday night, October the 15th 2021 and I am live streaming from home today because of allergies that just really like spatola just don't feel like leaving when I get allergies I get them pretty bad. And then when I take the medicine I get all jittery, and I'm just not in the mood to to be moving around on the road. So hamdulillah we continue with our class, we are doing the etiquettes of the masjid as
we were going through already
and we continue with where we left off in sha Allah who tada
we were talking about
to do our job as a non free master so the last thing we took was sleeping in the masjid right the permissibility or the permissibility of sleeping in the masjid and of course we said that it is permissible to do so.
Now what we're going to be starting with today in sha Allah Allah is a new animal by a wish Here are a few masajid the prohibition of buying and selling in the masjid so yes iconic backoff you could ask questions but I usually answer them at the end so if you want to wait until the end and ask a question or if you want to type it now you could type it now and I'll scroll up and check the question afterwards when we're done.
So today we look at the prohibition of buying and selling in the masjid. The Masjid is not a place of business it's not a place that we go to. to trade. Okay.
So first off Ledger's and they are shut off in masajid it is not permissible to purchase or sell to buy or sell in the masjid and the reason why First off is because the house of Allah subhanho data as in the masjid, right is a place of worship. It's a place that we go to to submit to a Muslim Hannah with Hannah and Ava it is not a place that we go to. For worldly gain. It's not a place that we go to for personal benefit. And this is one of the things that helps to separate
the or helps to filter out I should say the types of things that people would end up doing in the masjid. So if you find in our Deen or if you were to think about it in our Dean if it was permissible for us to
to to buy and sell in the masjid then you would find that the masjid becomes like a market and so the market is the market right the the swag the soup the place where people go to to buy and sell things that remains the same. But the mustard is a place where we come to to worship Allah subhana wa Jalla and to try and devote our attention to it. And we're going to see that today when we not only talk about buying and selling in the masjid but also the permissibility of certain announcements within the masjid and also when we talk about speaking in the masjid or raising one's voice in the masjid, okay.
So, on the topic of buying and selling the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in a hadith of upgrade or the alawar and he said, some Allahu Allah who are selling them, either item, if you see someone buying and selling or selling right buying or selling in the masjid for kulu then say to them or say
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May Allah not make your bargain profitable. So this is a statement from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam that if we find those
from amongst us who are buying and selling within the masjid, then we should tell them in a in a way that is shocking, right? This is how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam put this sentence is very short sentence very sweet when you think of it right as in concise, but Allah Subhana Allah, you know shows us in the example of the way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that at times we need to be stern and strict and not in a rude manner, but to wake us up to make us realize that this is something that's not permissible we shouldn't be doing. So he says subtle longer he was sanlam if you find someone or if you see someone who is buying or selling in the masjid, then say, May Allah
not make your bargain profitable. And that really when you think of it if someone was to say that to us, it may shock us into place, right? It may make us feel like well, we
Talking about and then you tell them hey don't you know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said this that if you were buying or selling in the masjid then say to someone to the person who's doing that, May Allah not make your sale your purchase profitable. And so when we think of it, we're like, well then what's the purpose of buying or selling? Right? The purpose is to profit right? From that, from that sale. And if there's not going to be any barcode, there's not going to be any kind of there's not going to be any wealth in it, then what's the point of doing it? And so we go elsewhere in order to fulfill that sale.
Now, keep in mind, how will it be I will show up through what I've always saw that
morning happened to me massage it. So now we have to look at the topic of whether the entire Masjid as a building as a structure is a place that we should not do business buy and sell? Or is it restricted to the place of prayer that is commonly or typically used as a place of prayer within the building? Now here in Canada our massages are at times can be very elaborate, we might find massages that you know have gyms, a Masjid that might have a reception hall, a Masjid that may have a common use facility, right where you know, you can do certain activities and social activities and stuff like that. You might find that there's a daycare within the masjid, you might find that there are
offices and classrooms within the building of the masjid. And so when we talk about a Masjid islamically, we're not simply referring to the building of the masjid, we're referring more to the place that is used specifically for the daily prayers. Okay.
And that's something very important to keep in mind.
Because some of our massages as a building have a school inside of it. Right? Now if you have a school inside of it, and you have certain people who are there are times when we are forbidden from going to the masjid if we're in a state of Genova, a state of impurity, okay? And you all know which state of impurity we're referring to both for men as well as for women.
If you're in an in a condition or a state of impurity, that you're not allowed to enter into the masjid, then how would a teacher who teaches at the school or a student who studies at the school be able to go to school or be able to go to work if they're a teacher or a staffer administrator? How would they be able to do that if the school is held within the building of the masjid and this is why we say that the main focus in a Masjid is the prayer area of that Masjid. Okay, so when it comes to buying and selling, the main area of the prayer, which is usually the carpeted area, right, the place where shoes are not worn the place where we gather shoulder to shoulder, prior to COVID, and
hopefully very soon after COVID in submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala. But the scholars say that it extends also into the hallways, right, it could extend as well into the hallways, and that's because during the time of like Juma or larger congregations, sometimes we do use the hallways as overflow for people to stand in prayer. Okay.
what differentiates the main prayer hall could be walls, it could be a door, right? And then now you have an office, or you have classrooms or you have, you know, even a small little soup, right, a small little convenience store inside of, or even a cafeteria inside of the building where the mustard is contained. Right? There might be a cafeteria where food is sold. So can you sell that food? Well, this is where if it's in a separate room, and that room is not the Common Prayer area, okay, it's in a separate room. And that room is used for something other than prayer, then it becomes permissible within that room or within that space, that area of the mustard building, to
sell and buy within it. Of course, it is preferred and encouraged to avoid it completely. Okay. But we can't be so picky like that. We have to take our Deen in a way that is moderate in a way that is permissible. And the example that I give in in this to make it understood a little bit further why another room is not technically considered the mustard. is because the house of a shout out the alarm
Technically part of the masjid if you were to look at it and you know the structure of the building of it, it was attached to the masjid. And her home would open up into the masjid. Right.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would
exit the house of Allah He shoveled the lava and her and enter into His into the masjid cane he would walk across through the robot, right the roba where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said muy bien A bt were membury arroba to me, riobel Jana, what is between my home and my member is from the gardens of the gardens is a garden from the gardens of Paradise my BEEN A bt while membury are older to nearly double gender. So that tells us that the home of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was attached to the masjid but we also know that it was because we've all you know how many of us have been to Medina and we've seen the home of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the area
of where most of the number we used to be. Now remember that it's not only a house of shuttle the loved one has just behind her home so for to look at.
Let me use this, okay, this is for example, we'll use this as
the masjid of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam okay. And the Qibla is this way. And so, his member was here and his home, I should have a viola and his home is here. And his home was here. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a home to himself. This was her home, and then he had the homes of the other you know, wives it is but behind the home of the shuttle, the lover and her was the home of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when I say home, he actually had like a home to himself, that was his own, okay?
Where he would go to he would have you know, space and seclusion from others and be able to reflect and you know, do our own whatever in in privacy, away from his family away from the people.
Now that was the home of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the masjid so
there was a curtain separating the house of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or I shared with you longer on his home, and the masjid and so anything that happened within the mustard is a mustard. But what happened in the home is considered the home and considered outside of the masjid. And so it would be permissible to have that sale done in the home of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but not within the masjid itself. So that breaks off because it was an extension we don't say that the masjid or the inside of that inshallah the longer and his home is the masjid. We say that that's our home and it's connected to the masjid right? There's a door that opens directly into
Okay, so we'll move on, and now you are an insured by FEMA sajit. The prohibition of announcing on last item in the mustard so we'll go over what we just covered. We just covered the prohibition of purchasing and selling within the masjid in the hadith of avoid over the long run where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, If you see someone who is buying or selling in the masjid say, May Allah not make your bargain profitable. The Hadees continues, okay. The Hadees continues where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, and when you see someone announcing about something lost
something they had lost, then say,
May Allah not return it to you. For verily The masajid were not built for that. Right, the masajid were not built for that purpose. So this next part that we're learning is the prohibition of announcing
about a last item in the mustard. Okay, now what we learned from this here is that the mustard is a place that we don't turn into the market, but we also have certain standards, certain rules that we follow inside of the massage. Things that are not meant to be done within the masjid should not be done within the masjid. But that doesn't mean that the mustard is only a place to come and pray your five daily prayers and leave.
As is understood by quite a few people write there are many people especially here in Canada and from the older generation that feel that the masjid should only be used to pray the five daily prayers and that's it.
So the masjid Of course
is a place where we worship Allah and it was built for the purpose of the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala. It was built for the purpose of standing in prayer. It was built for the purpose of the recitation of the Quran. It was built for the purpose of doing a cuff, right Vica remembrance of Allah subhana wa, what's that?
And it was not built as a place to go and
make announcements or spread, you know, word to others, you know, just to reach a larger audience, and so on. And this really could, this really could indicate quite a few things to us. Right? It shows us that there is a certain etiquette that we must maintain within the masjid. And some things just don't deserve to be mentioned on the microphone or out loud to the congregation to the people, despite us wanting to and saying, hey, but the whole congregation is here, we may as well make an announcement, it may not be the time or the place to make that announcement. Okay. And so we see this statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, where he says, and when you see someone
announcing about something that was lost, then say to them, May Allah not return it to you? Can you imagine? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling us that if someone is coming in saying that I lost such and such item, and announced it in the machine, we should say I'm sorry, too bad, go around and look for it if you want, but we're not going to make an announcement that it's lost. No Hamdulillah, you find within masajid that we have lost and found locations, right, like in the back of our mustard. near the door in the shoe area, there is a bin that has a clear, clearly labeled sign on top that says Lost and Found, right. So there's a lost and found, if anyone loses
something, or sorry, if anyone finds something that was lost by someone else, they could put it in there. If it's something of value, they usually bring it to the office, like someone's wallet or someone's watch or someone's you know, a card, if some sort of like a debit card or credit card, or you know, could be anything of value. Sometimes people lose their phones, sometimes people lose their air pods, right, which are really expensive headphones, that cost a few $100, and so on and so forth. So what we do is we don't we wouldn't take the microphone, and we're not encouraged to take the microphone and make an announcement to the people Hey, there was a phone that was found.
Okay, however, and I'm going to say this.
It's one thing to announce that an item was found. And it's another to ask about an item that was lost. And this ties in with our belief in a loss of habitat. Because an item that was lost and you're coming in announcing it to what can I add a lot,
okay to walk around a lot.
You lost it, it was meant for that item to be lost, you were meant to lose it, Allah had written for that item to be taken away from us. But if we find something, we might say that it is permissible to announce that an item was found.
Or an item is present here. If someone is the owner of it, come and claim it.
But I personally usually discourage these types of announcements, like, you know, so and so cars blocking the mustard, please move your car. Like it shouldn't even be the case that we need to make these types of announcements in our messages. Because, hey, if I know that I parked my car in a place that's blocking other people's cars, I shouldn't stop my car there. I should move my car. If I sometimes you come in and you're parking like Hey, wait a second, I'm not really parked in the greatest place. So get in your car and move it right. Don't just be like, I doesn't matter. I'll move it later. Because what if a minute later, while you're inside praying for the next 10 minutes,
someone comes out and they need to leave. And there's an emergency. And this has been so many times. This has happened in masajid so many times where there's an emergency. I remember even a time when a person had passed out in the middle of a drama football that I was conducting. And you know, some of the brothers are doctors so they tended to the person immediately and one of them called 911 and an ambulance came and the ambulance you know the paramedics were complaining we can't get in the parking lot because the whole parking lots, there's not even a road there's no path to go in and come out. And that again is against our Deen in the sense that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi
wasallam forbade us from praying in the walkway is in the areas where people need to move around in. Right there shouldn't be an ability for people to pass through and to move. Okay. So we go back to this where the profits are
SLM tells us to say to the person who lost something May Allah not return it to you. Why? Because they're announcing something not that you don't want them to find the thing that they lost but we say it to remind them hey you shouldn't be saying this in the masjid it's not a place where we come and say oh you know sanzo person lost his land and then all these announcements start being made and the focus is lost. Which brings me to another point that I want to make
and inshallah down I'll make it after the next thing because the next thing we're going to talk about is that I first sold fill Masjid right raising our voices in the masjid
so when we talk about raising our voices in the masjid First of all, there's a hadith of Caribbean Malik that he was you know, discussing or arguing with, even be had the right.
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invested. Okay, so they were in the masjid and they were raising their voices with one another. And this was because of, you know, a dispute they had amongst themselves of a Dane of a debt that even a b 100. owed, can even Malik some money. So he had a debt, he had a loan that he had to pay off. And so the profits are longer and he was someone who hears these two companions in the masjid raising their voice, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is in his home. Right? And he hears these two people khabib and Malik and even be heathered You know, they're raising their voice and they're arguing amongst themselves disputing amongst themselves about the wealth that one owes the other the
debt that one has from a loan that still is not paid off. So the profits are longer it was seldom hears this semi I heard or sort of what he said a long ride he was selling wahoo a few Beatty for Colorado Ed Hema. So the profits are longer and he was telling me here's them and he comes out. As in he sticks his head out. He opens the curtain from his home, right the door you could call it a door, the curtain the drape the canvas that was hanging there and he sticks his head out of the of his home. And he calls cab even Malik he says yeah, cab, right. He calls out to garbage and medic,
cab caribou. rhodiola and he responds to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he says the baker also in a lot I'm here with you yeah to sort of lie yes what it is what is it right What do you need? Right? I don't know why I said that what it is
so he says I'm here you have a sort of law right? What is it that you need?
So the prophets that along with it, he was some of them says to calculate in Malik he says reduce your debt to one half. And he you know, indicates that to khabib and Malik with his hand, okay. He says reduce your debt by one half.
Caribbean Malik he says laqad file to Yasuda law. He says I've actually done that, right. That's what I did. Oh, messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turns to even be headed and he tells him come, faculty get up and pay the debt to him. Right? pay the debt that you owe to him to count it in magic. So that's an example of people's voices being raised in the mustard in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stops it tries to resolve the issue and sends them off on their way. Right?
We see another example of Arma even on the revenue for Barbara the olive garden where he's in the masjid, right. And
set in yazeed he says come to call him and fill Masjid I was standing in the masjid and I'm gonna do for Bob took a pebble and threw it at me.
So I'm up all the time he took a pebble and he threw it at him not hard right you just like took a small little pebble remember the ground was was was sent right to a dog. And so he just took somebody threw it his way to get his attention for another tool for either football. He says I turned around and I realized it was Armitage new football
for caller ID hub herb, teeny, we haven't. He tells Amato the yellow one tells a set in yazeed. He says go and get those two people for me. And so he goes and he brings these two people. And so I'm gonna do a log where it says men and tumor Who are you to write Who are you to?
Oh, min aina and tumor or where are the two of you from
So they say call Allah mean. If we are from the people of pif
call Amaro de la hora and then says low consumer mean a little bit low Jad Kuma.
if the two of you were from this land from Medina, right,
I would have given you a beating.
I would have beaten the two of you. I said I would have like physically gone and like shaking you like why are you guys yelling in the mustard, he says, I had the two of you have been from here, I would have gone and physically like shaking the two of you up. You are both raising your voices in the mustard of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. You are both raising your voices in the mustard of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this is an indication of how we are not to raise our voices within the messages. Of course, there are many other examples of how generally we as believers in the loss of hentai that are not supposed to raise our voices in a way
that is displeasing to others, or disturbing to others, right? We've taken those examples, in fact, in the same class that we're studying now, just a few months ago, when we're talking about the etiquette of speech, and how to speak to one another, not to raise our voices and to sound you know, very strange and to speak to people in a rude manner. Right? And the the resemblance to that is given in Islam, like like the sound of a donkey. Right? That we shouldn't do that.
However, when it comes to raising our voices in the masjid, it can be done for the sake of a purpose. Like if someone is reciting the Quran, or if someone is delivering a hope, or a lecture, because we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he himself when he was delivering a sermon delivering a cookbook, he would raise his voice, his face would turn red, his eyes were wide, right? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was conveying the message of the hope of the sermon to the people while raising his voice.
Can I help you? Oh,
no, go sit down, please. You can listen to the halaqaat like everyone else's. Okay?
when it comes to the topic of raising our voices in the masjid, as believers, it's not only in the masjid, it's outside of the masjid as well, that we are generally not to raise our voice. And when we do, it's for the purpose of a necessity, not out of anger, not, you know, to show off or to boast, but we raise our voice out of some sort of necessity, right? You're making an announcement that is needed that is necessary, you're delivering a lecture or a sermon, you're leading the Salah, the prayer, you know, these are times when our voices can be raised. Okay, so there's a purpose and a benefit to it. The next thing that Okay, so yeah.
Now that we've mentioned that and a few things with regards to raising our voices in the masjid or announcements being made in the masjid, about lost items, or, as we were covering prior to that,
buying and selling things within the masjid great, not not being permissible to do so. Keep in mind my brothers and sisters now that we've learned about raising our voices, or speaking and saying or making certain announcements in the masjid, we now know that it is important for us to be composed within the masjid. So when it's time for Salah, or we're in the main prayer hall, our focus should be very bad. I'm here to worship a lot. Not that we're sitting there and we're talking about hey, you know, the insurance
rate at someone's own insurance company. You know, if you get a quote from them, it's gonna be a lot cheaper than your insurance or to be talking about things like hey, you know, there's there was there's traffic on the highway in this place, and you see this or that or, oh, yeah, how's the weather today? Right? Canadians are always talking about the weather. It's the one thing that you know, a brother taught me He says, in certain regions of the world, you'll always find that you can talk about something that is that will always break the ice with anyone that you meet, right? So in some places, you talk about food, right? How's the food in this space? How's the food in Canada? You
talk about the weather, right? You want to break the ice with someone you don't know you're walking past them. Hey, how's it going? Nice weather today.
Yeah, yeah, it's really nice. So how to LA right? Or Hey, how's it going? I heard winter's coming Oh man winter's coming in so it breaks the ice and it allows us to have this conversation. These types of conversations are not to be had
within the prayer area of our massage it Okay. Why? Well it goes back to what we just finished cover. That the masjid is a place of vichara remembrance through, you know, of code through the recitation of the Quran, through praying Salah, you know, sitting down doing tisby or you know, just pondering reflecting, making dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Right, helping other people in their recitation, for example, teaching someone something, it's a place that you come closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala for seeking knowledge of Allah subhanho wa Taala and his Deen and so
when you think of how we use our massages these days, we really need to take a step back and say, wait a second, there are certain things that shouldn't be happening within the masjid. Okay, within the prayer area, and when I say much, I mean the prayer area of the mustard building, the other parts of the building and hamdulillah you can use in different ways. We saw that the mustard of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, at times was used for
you know, administering medical attention.
At times it was used for sleeping like we learned last week, right? I had a sofa, the people have a sofa, they were there in the back of the mustard. They slept, you know, they didn't have much they were busy and everybody people would bring them food, right? So there are certain things that we can do in the masjid, but certain things that should not be done within the main prayer hall of the Masonic. The next thing that we'll take in sha Allah to Allah and this is the last thing that we'll cover for tonight is
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What does that mean?
Well, that is prohibited for us to intertwine our fingers when on our way to the mustard for sauna. until after we're done prayer.
intertwining our fingers not allowed to do that. weird, isn't it? Right? We never really think of it. I know some of us are like, what are we allowed or not allowed to do that? And I know some of us think that we're not allowed to do this. But the reality is that we are permitted to intertwine our fingers islamically. But we're not to do it at certain times, like insula, we don't intertwine our fingers. And this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as we will see, he did not allow us to even intertwine our fingers when making our way to the masjid, for the intention of going there to lead to pray a prayer. Okay, so first of all, let's look at how it is permissible to generally
intertwine our fingers. We see in the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam hadith of Abu Musa for the long run. And in Libya, some Allahu Allah usnm that the Messenger of Allah the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, enamel in
in the LogMeIn little mcminn. elbonian Yeah should do better the wheelbarrow ball. The believer to another believer is like a bunion like a building. Right? Yes, should do better to have bad on its bricks, right? Like, like, like bricks on the building. They intertwine each other, they are locked in together, right? So the profits are longer either us alum he says that the believer to another believer is like the bricks of a building. They are locked in together, right? They're intertwined together.
And then the
then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam intertwined his fingers, right to indicate this meaning in the Hadees. So that indicates that it is permissible to do this, first of all, because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did it. We see in another narration as well, that this was done by the prophet sallallahu wasallam. But we'll skip to the narration that tells us that we are not allowed to do it. And this is specifically indicating that we're not allowed to intertwine our fingers while in prayer. So
The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said either Toba had to come for us and I will do who from call Raja me. Then in El Masjid, he says on a longer header USM if one of you makes will one of us performs with a right if one of you prefer removal
and perfect their removal, then leaves towards the masjid heading to the masjid.
Then do not intertwine your fingers for in a whole fist Sala because verily you are in prayer. Now that shows us that when we're making our way to the masjid, after performing Lulu, with the intention of going to the masjid, for the purpose of prayer, that we are considered to be in prayer, as in it's a it's a, it's a spiritual holy blessing time. Okay. And so we are to behave and act a certain way. We are technically getting a reward as though we are praying the prayer. And so this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, then you should not intertwine your fingers on your way to the prayer. Why? Because in the prayer, we're not allowed to intertwine our fingers. Now
some of us will wonder why can't we intertwine our fingers? Well, you'll notice that some faiths to indicate their belief, and I'll just leave it general like that. Some faiths to indicate their belief they intertwine or cross their fingers. And so we are not to do that in the prayer. Because it's an indication of shift. Right? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used to remove crosses where wherever he would see them, right? If there was a cross, like drawn into the sand, he would wipe it out of the scent. Why? Because it indicates something that goes against the belief of, of a Muslim. Right? That it as believers, we don't believe that.
You know, Risa is first of all, as as the Christians believe in him.
We believe that he's a prophet, a prophet and messenger of Allah subhana wa, with our head. And so that brings us to the end of what we're going to cover for today, that it is not permissible to intertwine our fingers in the prayer or before the prayer when we leave our homes with the intention of going to the masjid for prayer after having performed.
That's all that we'll cover for today in sha Allah Tada, we'll open it up for questions. Where's my pen? open it up for questions. inshallah, please feel free to type in your questions while I make note of where we leave off.
Okay, I saw a question here before so go back, try to find it.
Okay, if I forget to perform an ablution and pray, but later I realized that I don't that I didn't perform my ablution or withyou. is my prayer valid or invalid? So your prayer would be invalid, you would need to go and perform your router once again, or perform your rule because you didn't perform it in the first place. Right? And then go and pray that prayer all over again. Okay, so perform you will and pray that prayer. Okay.
Within the deen we look at these things as Majnoon allele Athene. So if Are you certain that you made with Lou Are you certain that you did not make if you're certain you did not make well though, then you do not have withall? Then you should go and make withyou and then pray that prayer once again.
All right, that's it for questions there. I don't see any questions here. So I believe that's all we have
terms of questions. So we'll end there in sha Allah just come along with Hayden or barakallahu li Khan. For some level, we're sending them about archaeologia dnm remedywhere. Early he was he was a limb loss penalty. Allah bless all of you and your family and bless you with a beautiful weekend.
No, we're not allowed to So another question just came in. Are we allowed to cross our fingers for good luck. So two things are wrong.
With this, okay, or two things are wrong in this question. First of all, we are not allowed to cross our fingers, right? for good luck because that is something that we as Muslims are not taught to do. It's not part of our belief, it is something that other people believe in. Okay?
And they believe in
you know, it's not just the luck part of it. It's like all you know,
hoping for something from someone other than a loss of habitat, and that's one thing. Second of all, there's no such thing as luck. Okay, there's no such thing as luck. It is God. Okay, it is the color of a las panatela the decree of a law for whatever to happen, that will happen. Okay. So we can't say oh, you know, good luck, or cross our fingers hoping for luck from Allah subhana wa tada or hoping for luck. Allah doesn't give us luck. He gives us blessing. And whatever happens is not like, Oh, you got this thing? That's amazing. You're so lucky. No, you're not lucky. You're blessed. Allah subhanaw taala blessed you with something. Okay. It is not luck. Luck is something that is like
superficial. So we as Muslims, we don't believe in luck and No, we are not allowed to cross our fingers seeking Good luck. Okay. Zach Willow Hayden, I'll see all of you on Sunday night for our essential fifth class at 715. To
have like a little movie handy conditional. I learned stuff we're going to do like ceremony.