Friday Night Quran Class – October 16, 2020

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The speakers discuss the importance of washing one's mouth and dressing properly for reciting the Quran, emphasizing the need to avoid making things one's mouth feel clean. They stress the importance of reciting in a proper way and avoiding harming one's health. The speakers also emphasize the importance of practice proper techniques and listening to the Quran in a fluid and efficient manner. They mention the benefits of reciting in a slow and proper way and the use of wireless earphones to listen to the Quran. They also discuss their plans to use their phone for a study and their work at ic [indiscernible].

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And then maybe he'll carry him. And he have total solar to attend with the limb. Be sure I actually saw you were siddalee. Emily, look at him in this any of Gokhale, my brothers and my sisters sent him when he come to why he bought a cattle.

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So there's no more whole, no more holes in the wall behind me. As you can see, in fact, it's kind of an interesting color, because it looks like it just goes on and on for a long, long time, right, especially on this live stream. So it's pretty cool. On the left, we had the holes filled by one of the brothers, as you saw last week, and now the office got painted. And it looks a lot better. I would say it looks much better humbler. And it is what it is, is from the blessings of Allah subhana wa. Tada. So we're going to carry on with our class for tonight, we're going to be looking at the etiquettes of the Quran as we were doing. We'll continue on with that. And we are also going to

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take some questions at the end. Sharla. Right, open q&a session, if you guys are okay with that. So what you need to do is just remember, this is going to be an open q&a session at the end. So start thinking of your questions now. And it does not have to be questions about the quarter and it could be about anything. So think of whatever questions want to ask write them down on a piece of paper next to us, you guys even paper still is and a pen. Some of you may have forgotten what a pen is because it's so busy using devices, phones and stuff. This is a pen. It's

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the fly pen, slide and slide it is.

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Oh man.

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That's what happens when you're trying to be

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ridiculous. My wife is probably sitting at home like, is palming herself. humble. Okay.

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So we'll continue on with our class in terms of learning the etiquettes of reciting the Quran, and respecting the Quran and so on. And then what we'll do, as I said, is we will take some questions at the end. So we'll do a little bit short maybe and take some questions. So think of the questions that you want to ask inshallah.

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Joe has gotten out. Okay, so we're talking about the permissibility last week of resetting the court and in certain conditions, certain states and so on. We don't mean states in the United States, I mean, like physical conditions, health conditions, and, and so on.

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levels of purity and whatnot. So today, we're going to continue with

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the importance of cleaning our mouth, so making sure that our mouth is cleaned, when we are going to be reciting the Quran. And this is something that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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you know, encourages the habit of the law and home to do and he himself did. How do we know this? Well,

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Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and this is a Cadiz of how they follow the law and who said canon law he was Alameda calm, and it had so when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would wake for 200 prayer.

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It accommodates 200 meter Lail so he used to clean his mouth with his souillac Okay, he would brush his mouth or clean his mouth wish with his seawater with his miswak. So a lot of us will wonder now, well, what is a miswak? And how do we use it? And

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is it something that we can find easily nowadays? You know, can I get a swag from a store

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with ease or not. So this walks are found anywhere, okay, I have one in my bag, I have one in all of my bags, I have one on my desk at home, I actually have to have my my night table at home as well and on my desk at home. So a miswak is is basically a piece of the arc tree. And what you do is for those who don't know, you know, you just bite off the bark around the edge, and then you use it to clean your teeth. So it's basically like a brush, a toothpaste, list, brush, right? use it to clean your teeth.

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And you can clean your tongue with brush your tongue and whatnot. Now the question arises, can I use the modern day? miswak? Can I use the toothbrush and toothpaste? Is that something that's permissible for me to do? And the answer to that is yes, it is permissible for you to use the toothpaste on your toothbrush and brush your teeth and that is also going to serve as us following through with the sun number seven. How do we know this? Well, the point is not to use the actual miswak I remember studying this idea with our teachers. The point is not to actually just use a miss walk or it has to be the physical miswak No, the point is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam used to clean his mouth and so what is needed from us and what's recommended and requested of us from the

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Some of

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them is that we actually brush our teeth or clean our house. So that mouth smells good. Why? Well, because we're going to be reciting the Quran and that's the place that the, you know, is recited from and it's the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala as a want to make sure that when we're we are reciting the Quran we recite it in a way that is pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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and another thing that's important as well which you know, I haven't brought up yet is that we dress properly and we look proper when you know reciting the Quran it's not a condition it's not something that we have to do a person you know, in the cultures that we live in nowadays we think to ourselves, okay, we need to put on the put on the show balconies put on the put on the to be put on the hijab and put on you know, scarf and so on and so forth. It's not necessarily a requirement, it is not a requirement of you know, reciting the Quran, but it's preferred So remember, within Islam, we always have this concept of Sn. Sn is to do something in a better way, right? Of course, if we

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translate it linguistically, that's fine. We're not talking about doing it in a better way. That was the that was not done by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we're talking about doing more to please Allah subhana wa tada in ways that coincide with what Allah Subhana Allah has permitted us to do. following through on Omar, let's have a look at it. So having said that,

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clothing, right, we're talking about clothing, making sure that

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and terrible delicate and Nicaraguan fell into

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Iraq, knowing that you're doing something worshipping Allah subhana wa tada in a way that a lot is aware and seeing you a brother the other day, I was like, watch, I love the show by you wearing these nice, beautiful pants, man, what's going on, you come into the mustard dress, like really nice. And he was saying that someone else had pointed out to him, you will know, right? You all know check it out, or zazzy. He's in our community. So she was telling the brother, he saw the brother in the mustard one day in his pajamas. And he told the brothers like, you know, when you come to the masjid, to stand before a loss of habitat and pray to Allah Subhana Allah, you should dress properly

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you should be you know, looking good. You should not just come to the masjid, in your pajamas, you know? And even so like, Okay, if we're at home, and we're praying at home, and you know, we're gonna stand before a loss of data or just, you know, get out of bed and pray or before going to bed. That's a different story. But even still, if we're standing at home beside our bed, if we get dressed in something nicer, then that's better. And so here we see this concept of sin. Do we have to clean our mouth? Or use the miswak? Or brush our teeth before reciting the Quran? The answer is no. We don't have to like it's not a condition. It's not a requirement of the recitation of the

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Quran. Is it better to do so? Yes. Right. So element of asset and I want to do more for a loss of habitat, I want to please Him as best as I can. I want to do as much as I can. According to the way shown to us by marmots on a long way I need to send them to please a lot of zoa gel in a way that he's going to be super super pleased and happy with that he will reward me for this and I will benefit from this in the hereafter. Right?

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So the importance of cleaning our mouth and brushing our teeth. And remember, you know, the scholars would say that we should not to do anything that's bad, bad that were mentioned square, we shouldn't speak ill of others we shouldn't backbite we shouldn't lie we shouldn't do anything with our mouth that is not good because it's the same portal or the same place that the Quran is recited from. So making sure that when we do recite the Quran, we recite it in a way that is proper and appropriate. And with a mouth that is clean. And also, you know, making sure that we don't use that mouth for anything that is not clean things that are not good. And we know that swearing and lying and

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cheating and stealing and

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or, you know, telling tales and stuff like that are things that are no good, right, and we shouldn't use our body in any way to contribute towards anything.

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That is not good.

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come to light. You know what? My dad called me the other day and he's like, you know, you should really get more rest. I watched your live stream a few weeks ago and you yawned two or three times during the live stream and that's not good. It means you and you yawn. It's because you're tired. I'm like, What would you What do you want me to do? It's a Friday, my, you know, online classes after Mohammed. Friday is Juma. I lead multiple Juma prayers and then I'm at the question for, you know, the awesome month in Asia and it's just a long days, a lot of things to do.

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You need to prep you need to read even before Jamal, you're reading and preparing for your HIPAA. So I was like, Look, it's normal for me to be tired at the end of a long day, so forgive me. If I yawn. You can yawn too, right? Because apparently yawning is contagious.

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All right.

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I wonder if yawning is contagious if we use a mask.

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We'll have to try it one day. All right. The next point that we're gonna look at is

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how it's from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to say rulu Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. And this Miller he learned laheem when we are about to recite the

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one we're about to recycle. Okay. So it's from the son of the prophets all along it will send them to say, I'd rather be living in a van oblige him and to say Bismillah R. Rahman Rahim when we are about to recite the Quran, and I'm also kind of what Allah says in Surah verse number 98, for either telco unless there is no you know, shame on you. He lost last time with Anna says and if you are going to recite the Quran, then seek refuge in Allah from the cursed shavon.

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So, if we are going to recite the Quran, should we be saying I'd rather be lacking in shape on login? And the answer to that is yes.

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Okay, the answer to that is yes. Why? Because it's from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and because also Han with Allah says in the Quran, and this is where some of the scholars will say that we should always as in it is a command of the last panel to add either product first is built in a shape on it logic, right, must seek refuge in a loss of hanaway to add from

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a curved shape on

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there are multiple ways of saying I will be letting an opponent or gene right so a person can say Ruby learn in a shape or numerology or Ruby learn he said me me me me in a shape on your team you mean

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oneness he right there's there's multiple ways of saying it that we see in the son of the prophet SAW. Sent him another way is Ruby learn is me. Sorry, Ruby seminary lolly min ash shaytani r rajim. Okay, Ruby semi and Ballymena shape on energy. So

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point there is that we see it in the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions that we should seek refuge in Him when we are going to cite the Quran. So before reciting we do that. Also the best manner right saying Bismillah R Rahman Rahim.

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Actually, before we get into that, why is it important for us to seek refuge in Allah subhana wa tada by saying I really love him in a shape on a bungee and that's because we want to push it on away from our hearts as far as possible. Why? Because there are some people who will read the Quran or who will recite the Quran I say read and recite as two separate things. That's because not everyone who is looking in the Quran and reading it is reciting it some people are just reading it for curiosity reasons or purposes. Some people are reading the Quran because they're studying it and they're not even Muslim. Some people are just you know, reading it because it's a book and they

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picked it up off a shelf somewhere okay.

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And of course there's reading the Arabic text and then reading the translation of the Quran. But we want to push it on as far away from us as possible. Why? Because there are people who will read or recite the Quran and it will not affect their hearts.

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It will not affect their hearts.

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And remember Allah subhana wa tada talks about those who are genuine sincere believers in Allah subhanho wa Taala when they recite the poor earn YG lead kulu boom.

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were either to India to LA him to death home imana Allah subhanho wa Taala says that when they recite the Quran, or they hear the Koran being recited

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generally recite in

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our hearts or the hearts of those believers begin to tremble.

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Begin to tremble Why? Well some of the scholars say this is out of the fear of punishment of loss of Hannah Montana, should we do something that's wrong? others will say that this is because

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of the sincerity genuine, you know,

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love of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the the meaning of the Quran hitting the heart hitting the heart that it makes us feel emotional, it makes us really connect with a loss of water Allah through the recitation of

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what you have to do that led him to read it.

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And when they hear of the IAF, Allah subhanho wa Taala his greatness assigns Allah subhana wa he had his greatness in his might and power and strength and so on. That increases their email.

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Also, as we mentioned the best manner, which is to say Bismillah R Rahman, R e m, is from the son of Mohammed son along he was

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you know, he used to recite, we see this from Shabaab below her and her when he reads your site.

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At home, he would say, I have a little ham, before reciting also before sort of, in fact, the insula, for example, right when we're about to begin the recitation of the Quran and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to say Bismillah

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here's a question, though, something for us to examine and discuss possibly.

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When people finish resigning or earn you'll notice that sometimes people will say, set up a lawyer who lousy him

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or they'll say, but that's awesome Saudi airlines voice sada con la lousy.

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Is that something that is permissible? Is that something that is from the summon of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? The answer to that is that no, there's no do. There's no proof. There's no evidence that saying sadhak Allahu Allah azeem is something that was done at the end of the recitation of the Quran by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam nor was it the practice of the Sahaba of the lava.

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Now, some people will say, but everyone does that.

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Don't do it, everyone does.

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Right? Don't do it everyone does.

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The hierarchy Cathy human network.

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There is,

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or there are times in life, where we will find people will do certain things, and it become a culture, it will become a tradition for you to continue to do this. And so for example, you have a teacher who comes from

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a country. And at the end of the recitation, because everyone is enjoying, everyone is listening, everyone is paying attention to

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the recitation of that shape or that body.

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Children who are sitting around will obviously develop a interest in the recitation of this person and want to also imitate that person and recite like that person. And when they hear that person finished, for example, the recitation and they say, so called law law, we,

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they will probably say, well, Chef, so and so said, so we should say to that just because someone else said it doesn't mean that we should say someone's asking, did this a habit of the law and home set sadaqa Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? And the answer is yes. They said that when a statement was made, or when, you know, something was taught to them. And also, you know, there's times when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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you know, spoke and said things. And, of course, you know, affirming the fact that this came from the Prophet salallahu idea, some or even affirming the fact that it came from a loss of data. However, we're not talking about that. We're not talking about isolated incidents. We're talking about a regular consistent

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practice that every single time a person finishes their recitation, they would say sadaqa loudly. And that is something that is not found in the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam nor is something that the Sahaba and whom would do

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which means

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we shouldn't do it.

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We shouldn't do it. Is it wrong?

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As in is that statement wrong? Someone recites the Quran? A few verses a few at an end says Sokolov loudly. is the statement incorrect? No. It's not incorrect. Yes. A lot did mention this. It is the truth from a Muslim handle with Allah no doubt. But that's not the practice. That's not the practice. So a person says is Sala prayer.

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fudge, also mostly very short prayer, how we know how to pray according to the Sunday right so I'll do it tomorrow or Saturday. Is it wrong for me to pray?

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to like, the way the Prophet sallallahu wasallam prayed? No, it's not wrong.

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Is it wrong for me to say, Well, I don't care if all of you Muslims are praying five times a day, I'm going to make it compulsory to pray 10 times a day. Is that wrong?

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Yes, it is. Right. So

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it's putting something in the right context, putting something in the right place. I give you another example. I remember our teacher used to tell us this. Let's pretend this is a miswak. Is it wrong? For me to clean my teeth before reciting the Quran? No, it isn't.

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Is it wrong for me to use a miswak? before Allah?

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No, it isn't.

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Is it wrong for me to use them as well?

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During sauna while praying, I'm reciting and I something's in my teeth, just you know, bothering me.

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Or every single time I finished Sudoku, in fact, to how clean my mouth again, and then recite some verses second, okay, I'll get up finished. clean my mouth again and then recite some verses. Is that wrong? Yes. So the act of doing something may not be wrong, or something specifically being said may not be wrong, or incorrect. But the place in the time that you say it, or do it is wrong,

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or the way that it's being done or conducted as well. Now, we have to be very careful, my brothers and sisters, because there's a lot of times and people will say, it's just a little thing. Why is he like why it's such a huge emphasis on this? Well,

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it's little things

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change, generally.

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That will.

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In fact, I shouldn't say change our Deen it will change the way people practice 30

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it will change the way people practice their Deen because it's a little things and little times that people do certain things where the younger generation will see it and say, Well, this is the way my father did it. And this is the way my mother did it. And this is way my grandparents did it. And this is the way other people did it. And eventually it continues on and on and on.

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Does that mean it is proof for it to be done? No. If those people did it, that's their problem. They're doing something wrong. It's not ours.

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Our problem is when we see something wrong, we don't go and correct it.

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Or our problem is, knowing that something is wrong. We don't do anything about it or we continue to do that thing. That's wrong. Right. So

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simple, humble suggestion to all of us. We do not need to say set up the Waffle House. When we finish reciting Quran.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't do it. I don't really have a need to do it. We move on in sha Allah.

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recitation of the Quran is preferred to be recited in a slow manner. Okay, it's too bad to learn.

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And it is disliked to recite the Quran in a very quick, rapid, fast recitation.

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But I have to add something to the quick, rapid, fast recitation.

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If someone is reciting quickly, I'm not saying rapid, like super fast and

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no, that's obviously wrong. We're not hearing anything. No pronunciation of the of the is in the hurdle. It's just not clear. But if someone is reciting fast, we'll get to that in a second. Okay, so don't jump to it. Don't be like, Oh, this is permissible. Okay, wait, just wait. We'll talk about it. inshallah. Let's talk about reciting slowly. also kind of with Anna says, What do you need to call

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the importance of reciting the Quran. T land slowly. What does it mean? Basically, you're not going to be doing this with the rest.

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As exactly, you're not going to be drinking your recitation of

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okay. You don't want to be swallowing letters. This is what we tell our students right when they're reciting too fast like you're swallowing the letters, you're not even pronouncing it properly. Okay, so

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hear a beat

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me was the Heather al hamdu Lillahi

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Rabbil alameen

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any Somalian has grown irritability and I'm drowning. I actually can't do it. I have a very hard time resetting fast without pronouncing it because it's not something that I ever did. It's not something I ever did, but you've probably seen those videos of like, they call it you know, the title is like

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Mmm Ferrari

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in Indonesia was like a little awkward or something.

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It's like what is that? That person is swallowing the letters Okay? So that's what's meant here is that you recite the Quran in a way that you can hear every single one of the letters in the hurdles and, and so on and so forth. Like you can hear the vowels you can hear the mud you can hear, it's there, it's present. Okay, so reciting in a slow manner

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like can

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eating. So another way could be reciting not not everyone recites that way, right? So it could be by oma easy. You're the boss, you're the

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one you see.

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do hooli Uribe de neige

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t taking your time with the court. taking your time, the recitation of that is the best way of reciting it and is encouraged to do that okay, to recite in a slow, proper manner.

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So don't eat your letters. Don't swallow drink your letters, okay? Don't just swallow them.

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Now, the question arises what about reciting fast in order to recite more verses or more words and more letters of the Quran because we know the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, where he mentions that every single one of the letters is multiplied by 10. Right? Let

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me have one I can have one, man, half woman half. So f is a household letter and lamb is one and mean is one and we get 10 rewards for each one of those that is recited by us, right? So

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for each letter, it's multiplied by 10. Okay, now a person will say, you know, if I read slowly, I can read one page in three minutes. Or if I read fast, I can read one page in 45 seconds.

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I'd rather read one page in 45 seconds, the person will say, because I can then read five pages in four minutes, for example. Okay, so I'll get more rewards.

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And so reading faster is better. That's an argument that some people will have, right? But remember

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that reciting fast in order to get more rewards, is actually at times counterproductive. Why?

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Because we get rewards for reciting slowly.

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And that is a command in the clan, what to look for any tough Tila, right. So we get rewarded for reciting the Quran in a slow, nice, proper manner. But we also get rewards from Allah Subhana Allah to Allah for pondering over the Quran, thinking of the ayat as we're reciting them. Okay, so when we're reciting the Quran and you're pondering over your, your, you know, thinking of the Ayat of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And you have the ability to do so while you were signing slowly, you get the reward of thinking of the core and slowing down your recitation, pronouncing everything properly, making sure you're doing due diligence in your recitation and making sure that it's

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according to the way a loss kind of went to Allah wants it to be recited because it is the word of a lot. We should probably pronounce it properly instead of just rushing through it, right.

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But then there's still the argument of but what someone is able to remember

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To call an quickly yet still properly

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so for example, someone says, say, Susanna, Amina Xena Allah, Allah Timo letting you can worry La, la palma de Manya

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the they

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did the person cut any of the verses any of the words? Or was the pronunciation of the letters proper if that was there, then the scholars mentioned that this is something that is permitted that can be done, because the person who's reciting it knows how to recite the poem. And without taking away from any of the rules or taking away from any of the pronounciation they're speeding up to recitation, but to a point that is not that is not swallowing or eating the letters away, or the vowels away. Does that make sense? So there's a difference between reciting slowly and then reciting at a quicker pace where the person is able to ponder over it like a Laguna either a loved one how

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you look on you later who

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was the accuracy was somewhat

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at a pace where the person is able to recite quicker and also able to contemplate the Ayat of Allah subhana wa tada contemplate the words of data. So it's different if that person is reciting that way and long.

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Whoa, whoa, Sina.

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You see the difference there. So a person will be able to read a lot less is where the scholars say like if a person is able to pronounce everything properly and still, you know, recites nicely and fluidly and fluently, and a little bit quicker to get the extra rewards than 100. That's good, that's fine, they'll get the extra rewards because they're able to also think of what they're reciting and pronounce everything properly.

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Remember, at the end of the day, my brothers and sisters there's always this concept of sn always this concept of wanting to do better and wanting to do more for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah please a lot and do what is right according to our lives. Right?

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And we leave the rest to Allah knows what our intentions are, he knows what we are trying to do. And we shouldn't really, you know, go and argue with that in any way, shape, or form. Okay.

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Let's take one last point in sha Allah, which is, it is preferred to stretch the recitation as we are reciting. It was narrated that the prophets on a long way it he was done lamb

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was reciting, or was I?

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Yes, so unless there'll be a lot more and

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he was sending them so he done so on. So the longer answer is asked, or asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked how was the recitation of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said that it was like stretched, you know, like he would he would take his time in it. And then he restated Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim by putting that mud in there in a mud in Bismillah and mud in Iraq man and a mud in on Rahim. So this means

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need me

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stretching it a little bit. Okay, so that is from the recitation of the profits in the long run on some of the longer it

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will stop there for today law. Go we're

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16 2020.

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Well, then there for today. Next week, we'll continue with

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The importance and encouragement of reciting the Quran in a beautiful voice. Okay. And I said at the beginning of today's class, we'll open it up for some q&a. So I'll do that. Now. inshallah, if anyone has any questions, you can type it into the comment section. And we'll try to get your questions answered. Remember, your question does not have to be related to the topic, as we said. So just opening up a general q&a for anyone who has any questions that they want to ask.

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I have four screens in front of me. I just watched myself drink water with four screens. It's kind of annoying.

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Okay, someone's asking, Are we going to see Arabic wall art on the back? Yes, in sha Allah, Allah, you will see some art. In fact, I was thinking up on the top, on the top part there to show you that or that If, on the top part there, I was thinking of having all along there right to the window, and even around the other side, having some Arabic calligraphy there. I was hoping that if I get someone who can actually do it by hand, I have a good friend Khadija Bertie, who's down in the United States is from Israel, to Tunisia and originally and he does calligraphy really nicely. I was hoping, you know, maybe he could come in and just paint it onto the wall by hand, but shaula will get smaller

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sometime soon. I have a nice poster as well, they

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my wife told me I should bring in and put up on my wall. Can we hear the recitation of the Quran in the background while working around the home and also have kids playing while listening? Okay.

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So, if the kids are playing Look, that's something that you can't really control too much, right? You're not going to

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first off general principle. If the plan is being cited, then we should listen to it. And as the general principle is being recited then we should listen to it. Now what if you are listening to it, but other people are playing around? And you know, you're listening to the Quran? What I like to do is this.

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Use your phones.

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not playing loud. But and I know some people will say yeah, but I haven't your phones is attached to me this and that. Okay, well, you're gonna complain that I can't hear things around my house. We'll just put one here. I just put one here. And I have these wireless earphones, which I use because I make phone calls and stuff like that a lot. But that works. It helps, right? So find a solution there where you're not just playing the piano is not being listened to. While at the same time. One thing that I like to do and we've been doing this with our children since the day that they were born come to LA is to have color and playing in their bedroom when they're going to sleep at night

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so they can listen to the Quran. As they're falling asleep. Okay.

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Me and my not yet Muslim friend go for lunch when

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she say prayer before starting should I read mine aloud or listen to her and say set the stage on it? Okay. So if she says her prayer before, like she says a prayer before eating that's, you know her thing. Your thing is to say Bismillah before eating as well. There's nothing wrong with saying it out loud. And you could and you should write it's a way of of giving Dawa and teaching someone else your deen and look at that if someone else is another religion and is saying the prayer before eating we are supposed to say that prayer before eating. We shouldn't try and doing so so Yeah, why not say your prayer? One of the Quran classes starting again as in the lower classes when we would

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recite the plan started up soon inshallah I keep saying that, but inshallah we will sometime soon inshallah Tada, do you know any places offering Islamic finance to buy a home in Milton?

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Islamic Finance, Islamic financing institutions within Milton? No, but there's quite a few out there. I don't want to mention any because we're on a live stream. But there are quite a few that are out there. You could just you know, do your research and shallow data or contact me outside of the live session inshallah. Okay.

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How to tell us a lot of times in an airplane, oh, travel question.

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We go haven't traveled in a long time and I love travel questions. Very easy. You watch all of my previous lectures and you'll see that I answered it multiple times.

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How do you noticed a lot of time in an airplane first of all you clean it is going to tell you when the solar tanks are

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no. So you basically will keep

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track of the timings wherever you are, and wherever you're going. And one thing I like to do is train ourselves to know the timing of Salah by looking out the window. That's the best way to know when it's time for Salah. It gives you a rough idea. So for example, you might say, Well, how do I know when the time for us has begun? Well just look at an angle, there's a way of figuring out based on length, right, the length of your shadow is one time or the exact length of the object. Or if you're doing the hanafy time, then it's going to be double. Okay, the object, that's fine.

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But we should have an idea of, okay, it's pitch dark out. Now it's time for a shot. And

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remember, when you're on a plane, you're probably going to be combining prayers. So combining is all hot. And also so you have a larger windows trying to figure out when it's time to break combining might have been a shot, they just pray when it gets pitch dark anyways. Or when you see the sun crossing the horizon and below the horizon, it's most of the time,

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I would say,

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money is try to learn the timings of prayer without looking at a calendar. So how do I know based on their budget? How do I know based on looking at the sky when it's time for law, and also an energy shot? and so on and so forth? Okay.

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What is going on out there?

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Okay, that's just weird.

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a tow truck just pulled in. And I don't know why. Okay. hamdulillah. Any other questions? I don't see any questions here. I don't see any questions there. I don't see any questions there. That's it for today, inshallah, Tada. I hope you all love the background. I absolutely love the background. And on Instagram, we could probably fix it up a little bit based on the angle of the camera, but I love the background. It's amazing. It's clean. It's nice. Please make sure after the brothers that were part of sorting out my office because

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I'll share something with you.

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When I started working here at the masjid two years ago, yesterday, so two years ago yesterday added to your contract which technically ended yesterday, but today's my first day on a new contract for another two years or so. I haven't really told anyone and announced it in the community or anything but I'm

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here for another two years at iccm. So I look forward to spending these two years with all of you in Sha longtown and many more than two years in sha Allah. Our family's happy here in Milton. We like it in Milton inshallah. We'll be here for quite some time. Oh, bus penalty. Danny knows best. Just a little Hayden. Some of those, send them all back and

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send him we'll send them where they come