Daood Butt – Ramadan 2016 – Treasures From The Quran – 31

Daood Butt
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of protecting oneself from evil spirits during a social celebration. They emphasize the need to avoid dressing up during prayer, not criticizing people for missing days, and not bringing shoes or clothing to avoid stylish. They also discuss the importance of fasting during the day, praying outside of church, and not criticizing people for missing a day. The speakers provide tips on protecting oneself from evil eye, black magic, and evil AI, and provide resources for learning about various methods for removing pain. They also mention a book called "The Last Ten Days of the noble Korra" and a YouTube recommendation for a chef's YouTube channel. The segment ends with a reminder about a class for black magic and a class for events.
AI: Transcript ©
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Mr. Mandela hayneville hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah Anna v Hill Karim la mano sada to automata sneem rubbish likely Sati were Sidney Emery Wagner locknut Amelie Sonia Gokhale, my brothers and sisters in Islam a cenomar alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakato.

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So this is a happy moment or a sad moment. Sad. See, I told you, I told you is going to be difficult. And then you're going to leave and you're going to see this spot and you wish that you could stay there for another night at least hamdulillah tonight, I have some of these. Remember, you requested that we touch a little bit upon Rokia. Right. So I actually printed out

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four pages per person and shot a lot of data. It has a few of the descriptions I've ever going to go over it. But the four pages basically have the ayat and a few of the door that you can recite. So I'll pass this out or you can pass you know, someone could grab half on this side half on that side.

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There's There's 25 here. And I said my wife said 25 that's not enough for everyone. Is it first come first serve. And then you for the more techie thing, that's gonna be enough.

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Yeah, that's, that could be done as well. But then I have to send the picture to everyone.

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Oh, that's true. I have an extra four pages here in case we are short one copy.

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It's moving around a lot today and I threw out my back.

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Okay, so you don't really need to look over those right now. Once you have it. You can keep it with you.

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Yesterday, we shall hopefully we have enough time. Yesterday, you requested that we touch upon some of the sunnen of Eagle fits what are some of the things to keep in mind for either fits or I'll just go over it again. Very briefly. I had written it down last year and Subhanallah yesterday, I didn't bring it with me to make sure that I have with me. So first of all, for eight benefits of sadaqa or as a captain fifth we mentioned that it needs to be paid and it should be done by now. If it hasn't been done then do it tonight in sha Allah fatalis. The next thing is Ada Subhana Allah Allah subhanho wa Taala strategically placed after the month of Ramadan to make us feel happy, we know

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we went over that yesterday. And we feel as we're feeling right now a little bit of the loss of the month of Ramadan. And that's why I will finish much earlier today In short, a lot of data to give us a good you know, maybe 15 or 20 minutes of do how or if you want to recite some Quran or anything that you want to do on a personal basis in sha Allah. So we'll finish inshallah by 840. shot a lot of time.

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Also our holiday which is I need I need to fill out an ad that's how Muslim handled it and placed it for us in a strategic way, where our celebration revolves around there, he bowed to Allah subhanho wa Tada, like today went to the barber, right? Which is why there's no dope beyond my head today. Right? I went to the barber and so how the barber he's Italian, one of them is 82 years old. The other one is close to 80. Right? They're fairly old. Mashallah.

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Italian non Muslim. And as he begins my haircut, he turns on the machine and he does a little bit and then he says, I need to ask you a question. And he's got the machine in my ear. And he's like, you know, all this killing and everything that Muslims are doing. He's like, is this is this part of Islam? He's like, I don't think religion is supposed to do this go. And he's like, why are you killing people? And he's got the machine in my ear. I'm like, Oh,

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I feel threatened right now. Mashallah. And Subhana Allah, you know, I started to explain to him you know, even in because he was saying, even in Saudi Arabia, even in Medina, there was something that that happened that took place. And so I told him, I said, you know, this is proof we could see now that we we've been saying it time and time again that what ISIS is doing etc, is not part of our Deen. And now this proves, you know, that if, if this is something that they're doing, they're attacking the lens of, of, you know, Mecca and Medina and so Pamela you know, that the, the, the closeness to the sanctity of these locations of how Allah We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to to guide

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humanity. So our our celebration revolves around the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala Are you bad and not singing or dancing? You know, some handle a lot of people when you look at Christmas, Christmas celebrations people get together and they have a you know, a turkey dinner and then they start drinking and then they get drunk. So kind of like this is you claim this as something that's religious and something that's, you know, his his quote, unquote, you know, the the birth of Jesus, who they also claim to be the Son of God, or you know, God Himself must have had

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Not only Tanda knows best, but Subhana Allah if that is the reality of it, and it's something that's religious and something that's holy Then why do you make yourself fall into a state where you're no longer capable of differentiating between right and wrong? And so hamdulillah our aid celebrations Don't

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you know, don't take us away from their eba of a law it actually brings us closer. And that's why the beginning of the day varied. What do we do? Right here random question. What's it the smile? You're gonna record or something?

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And then we also see so the night before eat, what do we do? We mentioned yesterday, we begin with the tech career began with the tech via Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allah Allah, Allah Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, when he laid his hand and we continue that from Muslim, as we will see right now in an hour, all the way until the hook by tomorrow or sorry until the Sala tomorrow, the prayer once the prayer begins, has the technical not stops. However, we see that we don't end the tech Virata and we don't finish we don't conclude praising Allah subhanho wa Taala we continue to praise Allah, we constantly and always praise Allah and remember him in our outcome. So just because

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the actual you know, tech via or the Tobia stops that doesn't mean that we stop praising Allah subhanho wa Taala and glorifying him

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What else do I need to mention then a waffle so there's no necessary prayer there's no extra prayer there's nothing additional that is prescribed that needs to be done. However, we mentioned if you come into the masjid, or you're praying the sauna and soul artillery in the mustard then make sure that you pray your to Hades and mustard before sitting down.

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Also ask Allah subhanho wa Taala it's a time of not only tequila, but also a time of Doha a time of card so ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to accept your efforts of the month of Ramadan before that read sauna on the morning of read get up early, clean yourself, you know, brush your teeth, take a bath, groom yourself if you need to.

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Take a shower, wear nice clothing. We went over that yesterday as well. The best of clothing if you can wear your best clothing, of course, whatever is within the the shediac the limitations of the shittier right? Don't come in and say these are my most expensive pair of shorts and your shorts are really short. ask Allah subhana wa tada to bless you with longer shorts.

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Women should wear an Abbe over their clothing so women when you I mean women can wear clothing this morning I got a message from a friend in Malaysia that you know saying different things that you should do on and it says men should wear their best clothing. So I messaged him and so what about those sisters they can't wear the best clothing I can eat so they can wear nice clothing as well but when you come out, put on your IBM put something on wear something over it so that you're not as attractive knowing we know that sisters are wearing very bright colors very, you know, fruitful colors. And so it's it's important for them to make sure that when they come out they're modest. So

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there's nothing wrong with wearing various different colors. But if you're going to be wearing super bright colors that are attractive to the eye, keep that for within your house and on your way outside wear something that's a little bit more modest whether it's you know, I don't want to say black but black or brown or you know blue, a deep color basically a deep color.

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wear perfume. So put on perfume, put something nice on right wear some perfume, eat something that's sweet. We highlighted that as well. The Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is to eat an odd number of dates, which also ties in with Rokia. Right? Eating seven Agia dates in the morning is something that protects you from the evil eye or from so eat an odd number of dates or something sweet before going further, each prayer continue reciting the tech of a lot.

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Each prayer should be in an open area or open grounds and this is why we don't restrict it to the mustard itself. We can open the doors and pray on the outside as well. And I was thinking this morning so why don't we just pray in the field.

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All right, why don't we pray in the field is nice. But

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do we parked on the field? Really lot? last year? It was raining from Canada? That's true. And there were cars stuck in the mud along the stand on us.

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We don't park on the entire field.

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All the way down? Yeah.

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hamdulillah have a reserved spot.

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I could sell it on the day they eat if I rent it out.

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So there's no no effin prayers, as I mentioned.

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What else there's no event no comma. And it's also encouraged to walk so park your car far away all the way at the end of the the field and walk so it's a subnet to actually walk a distance. And remember when you said walking the routes take one route to come to the mustard another route to go back. So walk and show

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yourself show your identity. The reason why we say walk is because if you're stuck in your car and you're driving your car, no one really sees you unless you're, you know, driving slow and your windows are not really tinted. But so panela you know, walk outside let people see you usually on an aid, we're wearing traditional clothing, cultural clothing, so people will see you as well.

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Take one route, take another route to go back the read Salas to America.

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I don't know how who's going to be leaving here tomorrow. But the way I lead it for those that will be leaving praying behind me and Milton, I'll explain it tomorrow inshallah. Okay. Usually the Imam will describe the method that they will pray that lead solder, typically, you'll notice Actually, I don't want to say typically, because every man will do it slightly based on you know, however they were raised or whatever they're following. So to recap for the age prayer and then the hook, but afterwards, so as opposed to Juma, we have the football first and then there eat soda afterwards. Here, it's the opposite. Now, it's actually recommended if you have no need to get up and leave that

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you stay and sit and listen to the football, to some namaka to listen to the hook back. Okay? So if someone needs to leave, they need to go to work or something. Don't look at them bad and say, Hey, where are you going? What are you doing? Why did you leave? No, maybe they had a reason to leave. Or maybe they were just making their way closer to the door to get outside because their cars is, you know, maybe blocking other people they want to be the first one to move it. So don't criticize other people. Look at them and you know, smile and let them go about their day. All right, their way. Don't begin speaking after the Salah is done, remain for the football, listen to the football, the

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football is usually very short. And the good thing is that we have so many different Gema taking place that it has to be short, right?

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And then greet people afterwards. Greet the people you know and greet the people that you don't know don't restrict yourself to only those that you know and walk around and you know, aim for those that you know and not the ones that you don't someone is next to you give them send them a bottle give them a hug, etc. Yes.

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That's fine inside or out just fine.

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Inside the mustard, why

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did they have to bring this proof? I don't know why. I never heard this before. Don't breathe inside the mustard.

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Yeah, I shall not. I never heard that. Yeah, I agreed inside the mustard. In fact, the Houthis usually at the end of the football will greet everyone. Right openly. So along the stand, right.

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I don't know where this came from. And I'm pretty sure there's no proof from the Sunnah with regards to that, because they never used to pray that Allah in the mustard to begin with. Right? So I'm pretty sure there isn't anything there to indicate that but if there is a last panel that Allah knows best, yes.

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Oh, yes. Oh, very good. Duck. Hello, Hayden. Zach. Hello, phenom for reminding us of that, because I have a policy. And I announced it, don't hug me three times, I don't have time to hug everyone three times, I will be there until the next foot and the next foot where begins handler.

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So it is something that is cultural. So every culture is different. You'll see in the Arab culture, though, you know, kiss the cheek, and then kiss the other cheek. And depending on how much they like you, they'll kiss you two or three or four or seven or eight or 10 times, right. And so, you know, it's best if you shake hands, that's the scenario, shake hands and give a hug. One hug is enough. Three hugs takes forever on a dentist back and forth, you get dizzy, SubhanAllah. Right, you're going crazy. So especially if you know many people and for the Imams of handler, you know how it is, you know, everyone wants to hug you three times, they're like, starting to lose my balance now. So

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that is something that's recommended also,

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after the six days of show what Muslim Ramadan and the metabo will be sent to Michelle Alfa Canada, Islam and data cola. So whoever fast the month of Ramadan, you know, fully entirely. And that doesn't mean that if you missed a day because you were fasting, because you were traveling or you were sick, or maybe you were pregnant, or you know you're feeling well, whatever the case is, that doesn't mean that you know you can't or you're not entitled to the six days of show up. So if you missed a few days, you can make up those days. And some of the scholars allow you to combine the days that you missed with the six days of show up. So for example, let's say you miss two days, so

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you'll fast six days and you those two days to combine your fast personally, if you miss two days, no big deal fast an extra two days. It's not so hard. Right? So whoever fast six days of show Well, after fasting the days of Ramadan. It's as though they have fasted the entire year so they get the reward of having fasted the entire year. So this is something that's recommended and encouraged that we do.

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The day after I eat the day, the second day, yes. Right The day after I eat so on the day they're eating

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Don't fast. Okay, that's a day of a dull fit or football eat, it's a day of feast. So feast on the day read, enjoy yourselves relax, replenish the energy that was that was lost within you and then fast from the second day you can fast onwards, some people like to get it, get it out of the way immediately. So the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh day that will fast, you can fast one day break your fast or, you know, eat the next day, it doesn't have to be six consecutive days you can space them out as you will, throughout the month of chawan. Also give some gifts This is permissible, so to the children, etc, those that you see that you need to give them gifts,

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regardless of age. I know this this ad tradition Mashallah, where's my ad, right? Oh, sorry, you're 18 now no more Ed. You know, we all love to get gifts. So even when you go visit your parents, etc, give them a gift, right? see someone that's older than you, you can give them a gift.

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There goes some balloons.

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Hopefully, it's just balloons, right? Nowadays, people get scared.

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visiting family is encouraged and recommended. But avoid visiting the cemetery. This is actually not part of the Sunnah. And it has become a huge part of our culture, the especially the Indian Pakistani culture, visiting the cemetery, it's not part of the subnet to visit the cemetery on the day they eat. And the people that are in their graves, they don't need us to come and visit them on our eat, don't feel like they're lonely or something. And I know how in our culture, this is something that people do they go very, then they go to the cemetery, then they go to their family members houses, don't do that. You don't need to do that. If someone wants to do it, or it's a one

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off a random thing that they do fine. But it's not part of the some of the profits that a lot of us send them. And it actually was a son that to visit the cemetery at night, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would go at night, not during the day. And I'm not talking about the David Reed or the night of read. But I'm just saying generally throughout the year, he would go at night, as opposed to during the day. But you see the Western culture discourages us from going at night because they say oh, this is the time where it's evil and this and that. And we know in our Shetty as well. That's the time when the jinn they come out and they're ready to you know,

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come closer to us, but is it's a time where we should not feel scared to come to the cemetery and visit the graves. So it's discouraged to to visit the grave yard on the day of read. And the last thing that I'll mention is try to upkeep the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the day of every day, since Ramadan just ended, there's no point in disconnecting ourselves from Allah subhanho wa Taala on the day of Okay, for those that just came in, there's two more copies here if anyone did not get actually some of the sisters, maybe we should send this to the sisters, there's three copies here, you want a copy?

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Is your family here as well? No,

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you want one you all and you want one? Good. So hopefully some of the brothers families are there as well. And just pass this to the brother there.

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So those are some printouts that I copied out of this book itself.

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Just a few things that we'll go over with regards to autopia we won't spend too much time on it. And

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because it'll be actually takes a little bit more, we should we should do a proper class on it. And proper classes I should say. So first off, Rokia. opia is the method of freeing a person from the hold of either the jinn or black magic or evil eye. Okay. So it's a type of cleansing, or a type of medication where you're curing yourself. It's a type of cure. Now, what is evil? is evil I real? Yes, it is. It's real. How can a person give evil eye to another? Do you need to be an evil person in order to give evil AI to someone else? No, you don't. In fact, you could be a really pious person and have the wrong intention. When you know either looking at someone or you can even you don't even

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necessarily need to be looking at the person. Because we think evil eyes Oh, you're looking at the person? No, you might have seen someone with something and then you think of them and you actually wish inside of you. What you're doing is you're wishing harm upon that person or you're wishing evil upon that person. It could be hazard as well. It could be jealousy.

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And usually it is attributed to jealousy. So you see someone pull up with a nice new car, right? And you're like, oh, man, I wish I had one of those and why does he get that? He doesn't deserve that. I deserve it. Why does he deserve it? Right. I'm a doctor How come I can't afford that he's not a doctor. So so panela that's something I'm going to hold off the questions right now because I want to finish this in the next 20 minutes in Sharma okay. So you might see someone and and you you know you feel a little bit jealous.

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towards them, or you feel like they don't deserve something or you know, whatever it is, right? So that's evil eye. Black Magic. What is black magic?

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What is that? What is it?

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What is black magic? Come on. This is like I have so many Indians and Pakistanis sitting in front of me and you guys are not telling me what it is. Don't be scared.

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I know, I know, they're doing it everywhere. But we know that in our culture, this is something people are so scared of, because they tied us around their neck, right? And this is also something that we should stay away from.

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Yes, exactly. That's what I'm asking what is black magic?

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To control someone, okay. Yeah, to cast a spell to do something, whether it's with knots, or whether it's with clothing, whether you know, whatever it is.

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And then it has many different types of many different things, where people might say a spell, they might say something upon someone, they might do something to food, right, they might, you know, recite something upon food. And if you eat it, then you get affected by that. It might be something in terms of tying knots, it could be like the voodoo dolls, you know, voodoo dolls handle, I've been to countries where they actually sell voodoo dolls, and they sell the pins. And they'll make a voodoo doll based on the person that you want to do magic to. I've seen this. I've been to markets where they sell voodoo dolls. And you can show them a picture of the person that you want to do

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magic to. And they will make a doll that looks like that person.

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Really strange. Somehow, I wanted to buy them all out and destroy them. But I was I didn't want to buy them. I didn't want to give money to the person who's doing this kind of

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Yes, that's a, that's good that you reminded me of something else as well. Also, sometimes they go to cemeteries and they'll take something from a grave of either a pious person or they'll take something from the grave of someone that is that is known to be evil, or did something that was bad and they'll do something with that or you know, place it upon the clothing of someone, they might ask you the magician's or those that do say to my ask you to bring your clothing to them, and they will do something to your clothing. And sometimes, and this is important to mention, sometimes we see that there are Muslims, and I do this on purpose, right? There are people who claim to be Muslim

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who will do magic to cure magic. Is that permissible? islamically No, it's not. We don't do magic to cure magic. Right? We don't do magic, especially black magic to cure magic. And so there's many people and I know very well even in Scarborough's panel, there's so many people that do this, who claim to be mo Lana's and so on and they do magic to cure magic that is not permissible islamically that is not allowed. That is doing that means this person is doing something using the other spirits other than Allah subhanho to Allah to try and remove something. Not allowed to do that. Okay.

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Not not Bach, Sunday newspaper, half page, Pakistani newspaper, half the newspapers filled with it.

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So have a look. But yeah, this is something that that we see happening, so we need to be careful of it. So the protection What do we use? First of all, someone needs to strengthen their email and

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strengthen your email. When your email is strong, that doesn't guarantee that you will not be affected. But it lessens the chances of you being affected by black magic, I in say hello hazard, jealousy, anything of that sort. So strengthen and you're a man with a loss of Hannah who were to Hana strengthen your belief.

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Another thing is to have good thoughts about Allah subhanho wa Taala and to trust in Him to trust Allah subhanho wa Taala trust that if something does happen to you, he will cure you and He will provide the cure for you. And trust that Allah Subhana Allah will protect you as well protect you from any evil evil that people are doing. And we should not always think I know some panelists, sometimes people jump to the conclusion that Oh, you know what? I can't find someone to get married to so magic must have been done to me. Why is it always only with marriage that magic is done? It's not only with marriage, you know, I can't have children Someone must have done magic to me. No,

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maybe that's the way Allah created you. And maybe that's the way Allah created you. And so kinda like sometimes we go shopping for to a shopping or cure shopping, remedy shopping and we say you know what, we go to one scholar and go to another scholar, go to another scholar going shopping from one to the other, to try and find one that's going to sympathize with us and agree with what we want. What we feel and agree with what we think is best or what we think happened to us that's not the case. Right? If someone comes in desert okay upon you and says, You know what, there's no gin, there's no magic there's there's nothing upon you, you're fine. You just need to increase your

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Man, Ross didn't do that. Do that. Another thing that we you know, there's I actually forgot completely forgot to mention but just came into my head. A lot of the time people call and say you know what chef? Can you come in come and do it up there? You know, can you tell me what to do or tell me what to recite? And I asked them the question like, tell me about your home?

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Tell me about your home. Right? What is your home? Like?

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inside of your home? Do you have pictures hanging on the walls? Because if you do like you, what do we know about angels and pictures in the house? The angels don't like to enter the homes where pictures are or idols or statues, anything of that sort? Right. So why do we have that in our homes? First of all, second of all, music? You listen to music? Yes. Okay. So you listen to music. Now, we're not talking about whether music is permissible or not permissible. But music is not something that is inviting towards a loss of how do you think that angels come closer to it? If music was so was something that would call us closer to Allah? Don't you think we'd be blasting music in our

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sauna? But we don't. Right? We don't. And so it's an in a clear indication to us that we don't do that. It's not part of what brings us closer to a lot. So again, I'm not talking about the permissibility and the non permissibility. Because that is a topic of huge discussion amongst the scholars. Right. There's Hillel, and there's hot on and there's everything in between. And so we're not talking about that. But it's something that distracts us from the remembrance of Allah. And when you look at the types of music as well, what's being said, killing, *, murder, talking about doing things with someone else's mother in law. Like, is that is that even permissible? No. So how

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is that something that's going to bring us closer to Allah, that's something that draws the evil spirits closer to you. Other things as well, like wind chimes, all of these sorts of things are discouraged from using.

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And so you know, a lot of the time, what we need to do is clean our homes, clean our homes, our homes are filled with things that are not permissible, or we do things in our homes that are not permissible. And so when we clean our homes, we are inviting the angels back into our homes. You'll notice as well, when you enter your home, what's the first thing that you do you open the door, you open it? SLM or Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. What happens when you do that? The jinn and the champagne they leave. And the angels come closer. Now from amongst the gin, there are also those that believe, right, there's believing gin and we mentioned that in our Tafseer, a few days ago when

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we finished the when we did the 3029 sutras. And so there are a gin that do believe and so don't think that every single gin is evil, but we need to protect ourselves and equip ourselves and understand the Djinn as well. So for example, sometimes a mother is cooking, and she has a big pot of water that she just boiled spaghetti in right hot boiling water, and she pours it down the sink, say Bismillah any place that is you know like a void or an empty space or an unused space or a space that is like a drain or you know the bathroom or something that is not cleaned. That's usually a place where the gin will stay or an abandoned area like underneath a tree. It's not a place where

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people commonly are people are running around enjoying the trees from a distance. Underneath the tree. You'll notice people sometimes at night they will throw garbage out their window or hamdulillah here in Mississauga, Oakville, you know, Milton, you don't see it so much. It's clean. But in some parts of the world, you'll see people driving by and they'll throw their McDonald's bag out the window, and they throw it underneath the tree, the place of resting of the jinn at night is underneath the trees. And so be careful when you're throwing things underneath the trees at night. That's where the jinn arresting, how do you protect yourself Bismillah you need to go under there

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you need to walk through, say Bismillah unless you're protecting yourself, you need to pour that hot water down the sink. I didn't say don't pour it down the sink, say Bismillah first, say Bismillah first when you say Bismillah you're doing it with the with In the name of Allah. And so if any of those gender spirits have any issues with what you're doing, they will take it up with a lot because you did that in the name of Allah soprano way to say Bismillah then pour it down the sink. And this is why also when we go into the bathroom we say our door hot while going into the bathroom as well as coming out of the bathroom. And so we need to also spend some time learning about the jinn etc.

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And actually just went over a lot of this with

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any any student anyone here from Islam Hi. No, we went through it this year. We did a series with them. Tuesday Wednesday and Thursdays I was there lecturing them and we went through you know the pillars of eyman belief etc. We spoke about the gin for an entire month we spoke about

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we spoke about the angels for an entire month we spoke about devils we spoke about Jen we spoke about john Nunn with the students of Israel hi so it's something that takes time and and we will get to inshallah Tad

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if a person is known

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For the fact that they emit evil eye or they do magic, then we should avoid their company right avoid their company that's another thing with regards to what we're covering. Another way to protect ourselves from from magic or sorcery is to start in the morning by eating seven Agia dates, right I had to add dates it is known to be a cure from magic, right this is mentioned in Sahih. Muslim

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the time of supplication So when do we make these dua or or when do we simply protect ourselves simple first of all we know before we go to bed we protect ourselves but in the morning and in the evening, so the car a Saba and as car and massage are important of the car, and we see that even if you do something simple from it, it's good for you. So even if you're going to recite wonderful Allahu Ahad and pull out a bit of Bill Falak and Colin was a bit of a nurse three times and I atone courtesy and do your tests be right after fudger Subhana Allah, Allah Allahu Akbar right do your test me that is the minimum that we should be doing. Right the minimum but there's a lot more and

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you can get it online very simply right and your house

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or his non Muslim how many of us have cell phones to handle download the application the fortress of a Muslim and you'll find all of the code right there you can keep it with you, you can read it easily on your phones. So the time to make these cover irregularly. So to be on a regular basis of protecting yourself and doing the the Escalade is after salata, fudger and after Assad, or between us and and molded, right between us and and marketed. If someone misses that time, they could do it afterwards. So if you didn't get a chance to do it right after budget, you could do it a little bit later in the morning. If you didn't get a chance after a soda, you could do it after a muffin.

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There's no problem with that.

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If someone is

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affected by evil I there's two remedies that we can use. I should have photocopied page 151 for you as well.

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Someone say yeah,

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it should have photocopied it for you. But some highlights there. Maybe another day, I'll get it to you in sha Allah, if you want to take a picture of it, you can afterwards. So if the illness is, is truly evil I that a person is affected by it, then there's two things First of all, the envier who had put the evil eye on that person, if it's known who they are, then that person should be requested to wash themselves. And the afflicted person would take that water and wash themselves with that water as well. Right? They would just wash themselves with that water.

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And the second method is if the person who cast the evil eye upon someone else is not known, then you treat it with Rokia and with Dora and with Hey, Gemma, you know a gentleman is copying. Copying.

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Yes, it was yes it is. Does anyone know? Yes, it and Milton?

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No, I know. Yes, he knows.

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Brother. Yes, it is xia he does cupping professionally, him and his wife so he does it for the men and his wife does it for the women.

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And he actually has a clinic so I could give you his details afterwards in Charlottetown if anyone wants to do cupping, he does it professionally you need to make an appointment he does charge for it. But he does a really good job Mashallah people actually, I know sure you have to travel the world who when they're in Toronto, they go see him and get cupping done. Mashallah. So he does it very well very professionally and how to learn he also does like kind of a class with you first to let you know what you're doing and why you're doing this and the benefits the harms the different places he doesn't only do it for for rokeya purposes, if you have pains or any illnesses or you

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know, let's say you want it for your for your memory etc. He will do cupping as well. So you need to make an appointment with him. I can't remember if he's watching just type in the details handler I'll give it to you later inshallah hota

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I can't remember right now. I'll remember soon inshallah.

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Okay, so we move on if the illness is black magic, okay, if it's.

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And if the place of the spell is known, then the person will go to that place and unravel the knots, let's say was knots or anything of that sort of spell, take it and destroy it while reciting the more I read the 10. The last two sutras of the Quran, destroy it with that. You can also clear or cure black magic by performing autopia autopia, which is you have it there I gave it to you. Right you recite those verses, you can recite those for yourself and the summoner was to recite it upon yourself unless you're not capable of doing that. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he would perform

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rokeya on himself and he would encourage this a habit of the lover and home to perform Rokia upon themselves. Unless they are at such a bad state where they cannot perform it upon themselves, then the family members or relatives or friends of that person that notices you know that this person really needs help, they can go and get help from someone else to perform Rokia upon them. Do not come and ask me to come and perform Rokia, I don't have time. Okay, I don't have time, I honestly do not have time I gave you the printouts, you can learn to do it, you do not need to be a chef or a scholar anything, you can perform it okay upon yourselves. That is the first thing. And like I said,

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if a person cannot, then they can seek help from someone else, any one of us can do it. The more pious the person the better no doubt, I remember we were performing autopia upon a student when I was a student in Medina once and we were mentioning names of some of the scholars around the world. And we began with some of the Imams of the atom. We said, You know what, we can go and get chicks with ace. Or we can go and ask Jay how they feel, or chefs Allah Buddha to come. And and the jinn would speak through the body of the person can get really scared. No, don't bring him Don't bring him right, they would get scared. And so you, you know that when you do it, yeah, you can see that

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the more pious the person, the more effect, the more impact it has upon them.

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Another thing that I'll mention is, it can be cured through unlawful sorcery. So for example, black magic can be cured through black magic, and I actually say yes, it can be cured. But in a way, it's not really being cured. It's a spell that's covering a spell. And it's also a form of shift. It's shift, you're asking something other than Allah to help you in that cure. And this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam always encouraged that first we do it upon ourselves and seek help from Allah subhanho wa to add it to get the cure. And another method is to do the permissible autopia which is using the vs of liquid and that you have with you sort of your caffeine own sort of

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a philosopher to phylloxera to nurse, etc, if you move to the next page, which is page 152, that you have printed out for you. So you can read through the conditions for the person being treated, etc. The methods of performing middle key are mentioned there. 123, and four, firstly, reciting it up and blowing, blowing upon the person, you know, that type of blowing like you blow on yourself at night before you go to sleep, or you blow in your children reciting the autopia without blowing, right, so you just put your hand on the person and recite whether it's on their head, or wherever they're feeling the pain or the problem, you recite with your right hand upon them, you could also put your

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left hand, if there's a neat, if you see that the gin forms, so you'll actually sometimes see that the gin forms,

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it comes underneath the skin of the person, right? If it's strong and has some powers, you'll see that sometimes it comes underneath the skin of the person, like there's a golf ball underneath my skin right now.

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Right, it'll be under there just bubbled up. And you can actually move it so you can hold it. And this is a method of therapy. So you take it and you you hold it, you try and hold it and you try to move it to an exit, whether it's the nose or the mouth, or let's say the belly button, you try to move it to an opening on the body and get it to come out and you tell it to come out. And while you're doing that, you can hit it, hit it, tap it, right, get it to move, get it out. And so these are all methods of OPM and things that you can do. reciting that opia while massaging the affected painful area is just what I demonstrated, right and what I just demonstrated.

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And then the verses there are mentioned for you if you're looking for the references, you will see the numbers of the school and the versus the ayat

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at the end of the English printout. So at the end of every one of them in English, you'll see the numbers there. You can go to the verses that are mentioned there for you at the end of page number 155. You have the prophetic narrations, a subtle law of the mobile era she loves him and yes, we are going to be coming out in late term met him in Cooley shaitan in Warhammer one clearly a dilemma and the other verses that are mentioned there Bismillah Ar Rahman cliche in new league, and so on and so forth.

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So you have that therefore you insha Allah, Allah, you can use that those that came late. It was a first come first serve basis, you can take a picture of the pages of other people, the pages that they have there, there's four pages, everyone has four pages, which will help you with learning the verses and the ayat of the core and that you can use for curing yourself of black magic, etc.

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Yeah, yeah, it was

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Yeah, I was just gonna say that I mentioned it yesterday I was just going to mention you can go easily to YouTube type in newtopia propia, right. And you'll you can even type in like Michelle Rashid's on a holiday or

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whatever Mmm, some of the emails have them specifically. But you can just type in Rokia and you'll get recitations of Rocky. And this is good to play inside of your homes as well.

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The name of this book is English.

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It's an explanation of the last 10th of the noble Koran. You can get this online at tafsir dot info TAFSER dot info, okay to see the info. These are simple books, that's how they give out for free when you go for Hajj anomala. And when I was a student there, we collected them. So if you want to take a picture of the cover, or just go to Tafseer dot info, the website, www dot afcea dot info. And there's a lot more that you can benefit from. So it gives you also the Tafseer of the 30th shows in this one and various different other ones in English, right? Very basic Tafseer of the Koran, not really a translation, it gives you a little bit of an explanation on the bottom as well. So that's

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something that you can benefit from and shout about. Yes.

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One thing

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that I think that's wrong and what they do is that you will see a

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relative of yours in your dream and you will see that person who did magic on me

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These are all impermissible. Yeah.

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Yeah, those are all impermissible methods of curing you have them there with you. Now, we went over we will cover it a little bit more also. If you go online Schiff Muslim con, you know, Shia Muslim, he came a few nights ago during Ramadan, he came last year for the fundraiser as well. He has a good video. It's, I think, a one hour video where he goes through things like signs of, you know, where you can recognize if you're possessed. So you mentioned if you see this in your dream, if you see that you will know for sure. Or if you're seeing scorpions and dogs and snakes and stuff like that, right? So he has a really good video I've watched it and he was actually my roommate in Medina and

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he's really interested in in Rokia. And that's how I got into it was through him because he Mashallah just really had an interest in a passion in it. Or for it. Muslim Han m us LEHMUSLEH last name Han k h a n. He's lives here in Toronto, in the GTA, and he's one of the youth counselors at IIT the school in Markham. I believe it is it was Dr. Abdullah Hakim quick. So you can he has a really good video on YouTube. I've watched it it's very, very useful, very beneficial. So I recommend and suggest that you watch that inshallah. Tada. Anything else with regards to that? Okay, like we mentioned, you can get the I recited for you if you want to learn how to recite them, you

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can get them online easily. You have them there for you, you can just easily copy them for others. Also, check up the ramen maraud chef man what it is that I'm in Fort McMurray. His website has detailed

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methods of curing black magic has said you know, jealousy, SEO etc. Go to his website, just if you just type in in Google on AB DURRH m a n and his last name is more od MUR ad he's the Imam in Fort McMurray. So his website is very detailed with this he spent a lot of time on that and he does spend a lot of time on GOP as well and black magic, you know curing people from it, not performing it and he's very very well versed in it as well. So his website gives you detailed things so we mentioned like you know wash with water and then port so he will show various different methods and things to do depending on what the problem is. So check out his website as well. That has a lot of details for

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you. Lastly, my brothers and sisters these are the last 15 minutes of the month of Ramadan.

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All right, so we're gonna pause for a half or a bad day you could do it on your own inshallah Tada. But just as a reminder, brother magid asked me to remind everyone we're gonna have a very simple it started today with just some dates something very simple. Because they're preparing for a huge as you can see behind me, right. So to keep the place clean, they also have a thought handler there's food, right? There's an

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Thought on dates and so on and then there's food as well that's packaged in packaged containers. So after motive, take what you need for yourself in your family and eat it at home inshallah tada so that they can keep the masjid as clean as possible because they're trying to set up and make sure everything's in order for tomorrow. So that was an announcement there. Lastly, please please please

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remember to make dua for those that are struggling and suffering in different parts of the world. Okay, this is a time the last moment of Ramadan, go and give some sadaqa if you want the boxes are there, give some sadaqa make dua recite some code and smile at someone meet someone after don't spend this time talking. We don't know if we're going to get another Ramadan. We have no idea no guarantee that we will live until next year's Ramadan. So maximize from this time. Don't talk to anyone sit down face the Qibla Raise your hands and ask Allah subhana wa tada whatever you want. And remember to ask him to free you to save you from jhana. Remember to ask him to give you the highest

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ranks of genda. Remember to ask Him to forgive you during throughout this month of Ramadan. Remember to ask him to accept your deeds and your efforts even if they were little. Even if you feel like you didn't go out of your way ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to accept our good deeds and our efforts. And please remember those that are suffering in different parts of the world. Tomorrow's a day of celebration. And what's really sad is when people who don't have what we have, watch us celebrating while they don't have so remember them in your dua and Allah will send them what they need for the day they don't worry about how Allah will make it happen. Okay, so we ask Allah subhana wa tada to

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grant us forgiveness and ask Allah subhana wa tada to accept our efforts throughout this month of Ramadan for the Tafseer class. For our time and energy that we spent here listening and learning. ask Allah subhana wa tada to make it a means of protection for us in this life as well as in the hereafter. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to safeguard our families and our relatives and ask Allah subhana wa tada to forgive all of our relatives and friends and family members that have passed away and ask Allah subhana wa tada to forgive all of your deeds, all of your sins and all of my sins and ask Allah subhana wa Taala to accept all of your good deeds and all of my good deeds. And ask Allah

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subhanho wa Taala to grant us many, many more months of Ramadan to come with good health with a man with belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala and upon the deen as a Muslim Armenia Valhalla, men are settled on Santa Monica Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam which is located in the Santa Monica Moroccan to La Habra cattle.

Ramadan Tafseer Night 31

July 5, 2016

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