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The speakers discuss the importance of missed classes and regular classes for Muslims, as it is difficult to get out of the church during busy hours. They stress the importance of praying during orientation, not being too busy, and staying quiet during prayer. The speakers also discuss profit generation from selling cocoa and staying home to avoid trouble, and emphasize the importance of praying for the Lord's creation. They end with a discussion of the importance of praying before praying and not losing everything, and encourage viewers to practice praying as many times as possible.

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Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa he was sent him to be hidden Karim, Allah a lot of sada to attend the tasleem. publisher actually somebody with acidity, Emily, that Emily zaniewska who Kohli? My brothers and my sisters said Mr. They come to La Habra cattle.

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I hope that everyone is doing well in sha Allah who to Anna. And it's been a while. Sorry.

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It's been a while since we've had our essential thick class. In fact, we haven't had the classes before.

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Ramadan begin. And so, to recap just a little bit we were talking about, we're still going through the chapters of prayer. And we were, you know, discussing the prayer behind the Imam,

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you know, should we be standing or sitting, and how to do that we also mentioned the prayer of the traveler, what constitutes traveling, also combining prayers, the times that it is permitted to combine prayers, for example, combining located and Russia, as well as combining God and also, if someone is traveling, if there's, you know, really bad weather, or due to some temporary need that may have come up.

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We then went into about three weeks, or know about a week before Ramadan began, we had daily classes of the essential Fiq where we went through the chapters, or the

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the chapter of Ramadan, and fasting, fasting throughout the month of Ramadan. And that was something that we covered, fairly

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unknown. I figured that now since we're reading this resume from where we left off, and we were just about to begin the chapter of the Friday prayer, the Juma prayer.

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And we didn't get into it. And it was also something that I thought, you know, what, I probably should just skip for the time being because we didn't really have a Friday prayer. But since we are resuming class, I think we should continue with the typical routine or,

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you know, flow of the book, so that we can continue on in our,

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you know, chapters effect and go through that sequence. The chapter that we're going to be covering after the Friday Juma prayer is that reads prayer, and we had, you know, discuss that a little bit just before, we do have any other highlights coming up. And you're, I'm sure a lot of questions about it, and how he prayers to be done, and the differences in the different methods and so on. So we will get to that in shallow data when the time comes, I think for this week, and next Sunday, as well, we're going to be covering the Friday prayer. And then the third week from now or the third Sunday from today. Or two Sundays from today, we'll be covering the beginning of the chapters of our

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YouTube channel. So today, we're going to begin the Friday prayer.

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I will, as usual, open it up at the end of the essential fit class for q&a. So if anyone has any questions, and please do hold off until the end of the class inshallah, to write them out, because I'm not going to be able to go through the entire chat. And sadly, I know that there's not a lot of people that are on mainly because the posters were not sent out, there's been a communication gap that's been happening since the end of Ramadan. And so, I do know that a lot of people are not able to, or we're not aware of the class, and I mentioned it on Friday. But, you know, it is what it is. And so we'll continue with the class, I do want to get back into teaching online and having the

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regular classes happening.

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So we'll just, you know, continue and head right into our topic. And for anyone who missed out or who is missing out right now and you do know them then you could let them know that we have resumed the class and they can always go back and watch the recording on Facebook or YouTube.

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the Friday prayer.

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Attending the Friday prayer as an individual is an obligation upon every single Muslim except in five cases. So every single Muslim has to attend Juma prayer, except if you fall under one of these five categories, okay.

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Someone who's a slave and of course you know, that is something that we don't have at this point in time is no slavery. However, if someone is in prison, for example, like I, you know, one of the chaplains here at our local prison,

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and, you know, I go in and be Jamal sometimes I

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lead in mustard and then go straight to the prison and lead multiple Juma is there in the different cell blocks because there's no one, or there's not enough people, I should say, we do have a few brothers that go every single Friday and lead Juma, but there are, you know, what, 10 different cell blocks in each cell block, sometimes we need to read multiple Juma prayers

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due to the restrictions that are in there. So there will be times where people who are in prison are not able to be Jumana sometimes for three months, right? I remember when I went to once, because that cell blocks specifically within the cell block, there's so block, for example, 10, and then there's a 10, b 10, c, 10, d, 10, e, 10, F, and maybe even 10 G. And so, the certain inmates because of whatever restrictions, whatever reasons are happening within, you know, let's say B and C can't, you know, be together. So you have to do like, you know, a 10, A,

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C, F, G, H, all together, but you can't include the other two. So it's really weird. And sometimes, you know, I remember once I went in, one of the brothers, he was, you know, came to attend Juma.

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And he said, it's been this this Friday, he goes this Friday, this was, you know, a few months ago, he's like this Friday was the first time is the first time I'm, you know, praying Juma? in three months, I was like, Why? He said, because no one came, right or there was lockdown or you know, something happened in there. Whenever there's a lockdown we're not allowed in. So if we're not allowed in, then there's no drama that can be led internally within within the prison. So here we see that it statically if someone is a slave, or we could also say someone who's in prison, who doesn't have the freedom to simply go to the Juma prayer, they are trapped and not able to, to

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easily go then they are exempt from the Juma prayer. We see also the second category is a woman right so it's not compulsory for women to go for Juma prayer. It is compulsory upon the men but not upon the women. It is not compulsory for a child who is not mature yet to attend the Juma prayer. It is not compulsory for someone who's killed someone who is sick, right, who's not able to go for whatever medical reasons, right they're exempted from it. If they're not able to go for for some reason.

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Let's say they're admitted in the hospital and you can't take them out of the hospital. How are they going to go for Juma? They're exempted from the Juma prayer and also the person who is traveling right the person who is traveling is exempted from the Juma prayer as well. Allah subhana wa tada says in the Quran very famously, we know this and sort of to jump out of verse number nine yeah you have Latina woman either no dia de Sala Timmy yo mille Juma? First salvo, Isla de la he was the only competitor locum incontinent animal I must have had with Allah says oh you believe when the call is proclaimed for the prayer on the day of Friday come to the remembrance of Allah and leave off

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business as in all kinds of business and trade and anything else that you're doing. That is better for you, if only you knew.

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Now why is business specifically mentioned? Well, it was the typical thing that was done in the mornings after you know the sun rose the Sahaba the companions and the people of Medina they went off to do their trade to do their business to buy and sell and earn and Allah subhana wa tada knows that throughout the day is a time that people were right Allah subhana wa tada made the day as he mentioned in the Quran a time for us to move into work and to go around and to do things right to you know, to be active and the nights as a time to rest. And so Allah subhana wa tada is fully aware of what human beings are going to be doing throughout the day. And so he says whether they are also

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with regards to business sometimes you know, we think okay, I need to earn any to earn and we forget that our It is our provision comes from Allah subhana wa Tada. And here we have a compulsory mandatory, you know, call to this prayer loss of one without it makes it such that as men, we have to attend the Juma prayer. If there's a Muslim woman who's working, she does not have to go to the Juma prayer, she does not have to stop, you know, business trade and so on and so forth. She works in a store, she can continue working, if she has her own business, she can continue buying and selling and so on and so forth. But the men have to stop it, right.

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The encouragement to perform the prayer.

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What I'll do longer and narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever makes the grocer, okay, whoever takes a bath shower, and then comes to the Friday prayer, then prays as much as was written for him, right. So there's no specific

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amount of Sunnah that is to be prayed before the Juma prayer. What's mentioned in the Hadith is a person comes in, they pray as much as you know, they feel they want to as much as a loss of habitat as written for them. And so if a person comes in, they say, you know, they feel like praying to attack our Florida or you know, six or eight or however much they feel like praying. As much as they desire to pray, they will pray. And so if a person takes a little sort of rite of Bath a shower, and then comes to the Friday prayer and praise as much as as has been written for them, and then remain silent until the Imam finishes the footwork, and then prays with him, forgiven for him will be

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whatever he did, from that Friday to the previous Friday, plus an additional three days okay is an authentic Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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what I love and also narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the five daily prayers Okay, and and mentioning this keep in mind some people will say, Well, why is it that the men get this reward for going and praying the the Juma prayer the Friday prayer, what is the reward for the women? Well, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says the five daily prayers

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one Friday to the next Friday.

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Juma Oh to the next sorry, Ramadan to the next animal bone.

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They all expiate whatever is between them as long as the person avoids the great sins. So praying our regular prayers, whatever of the minor sins happens in between those prayers from Juma out to Juma from the daily prayers to the daily prayers and from fungi to law, what happens in between, from home to us or what happens in between from ourselves to love it and then Muslim tarisha and Alisha to fudge. Whatever happens in between these prayers, as long as we're praying our prayers, then the minor sins that happens between them are forgiven from a loss and panic attack.

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And so the reward is there. Forgiveness is there. Regardless of whether you're a man or your woman, Allah subhana wa tan is forgiving you and granting that forgiveness, warning about being lackadaisical or being relaxed and to at ease. With regards to the Friday prayer in our model Viola and Houma and aboard Eva viola, both reported that they heard the profits on a long way I know you will send them say

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while he was on the member,

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he said some a lot of money he was sending them the people must seize from not performing the Friday prayer. People must seize from not performing the Friday prayer, which means they should stop from stop themselves from missing the Friday prayer. Or Allah will put a seal over their hearts and they will become from the heatless they will be from those who are heedless. In another narration.

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Also from

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this is some anxiety about the narrative that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said whoever leaves three Friday prayers, without an excuse will be recorded amongst the hypocrites. So whoever misses three Friday prayers and this is referring to consecutive Friday prayers will be recorded amongst the hypocrites We ask Allah subhana wa tada to protect us. And

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so what is the time of the Friday prayer? When do we pray Juma is Juma at the time of Lahore is Juma at the time of Zilla is Juma at the time of dnn in the masjid or the time that the board members decide, you know, we're going to pray Jamaat and that's the end of it. When is the actual time for slots in July?

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Well, the time before the Friday prayer, the Juma prayer is generally the same time as vote prayer. However, it is not specific to that. And I'll give two examples as to how it is not specific to that. And you'll notice that within the other metalhead, you know, they'll say that the Juma prayer can be prayed in the morning, right can be prayed in the morning before the time of absolute Newton is in when the sun is directly above us.

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So generally speaking the time of God, but it is, it is permissible to pray it before the time of God has actually entered as well, unnecessarily longer and narrated that the messenger of a loss of a longer idea he was sending them would perform the Friday prayer when the sun would pass the meridian right the zenith so when the sun is directly above us, that's not the time to pray, right? We have to wait until the sun passes down a little bit and that's the beginning time of the hook. So when the shadow starts to appear of an object or of the person when the sun is directly above you, you start to see your shadow forming on the other side of you right when it was coming this way.

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Now it's going that way you see the shadow on the opposite end.

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As soon as you see that the sun has crossed over, typically as was mentioned here on this level the Yvonne says that the messenger of last little longer I think he was someone would perform the Juma prayer. When the sun had just passed that as in the time of Zoho had entered job, it'll be a lower understates that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would pray the Juma prayer, and then we would go to our camels, so he would have the footbaww

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pray the prayer, finished their prayer, then he would go to their camels and rescue them while the sun was passing its peak in the sky. So which shows us that the Prophet said along there it was Solomon the second example narrated by Java the woman, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam prayed Juma prayer before the sun was at its peak, right. So before the time of law even began. So this shows us that it is permissible for you know, you'll see in some massage and for example, downtown Toronto.

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Generally, when the Juma prayer is happening, we don't really have the prayers ongoing right now. But

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in some massages, they will actually have the prayer

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a little bit in the morning before the time for love, for example, at 1212 o'clock or 1230 when the time of thought actually enters maybe around 120 at a certain time throughout the year. And so some people will you know, message me or reach out and say, is it permissible for us to go to that mustard to pray because they prayed before the halftime even enters or sometimes even here in our Masjid, right we call the end before the whole time even enters we begin the hook but before the the time of God even begins and people ask this question all the time. How are we praying Juma? How are you starting the hubbub before Juma even before you know the time of voter came in, we have to

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understand on Fridays at that time, we're not praying the hook we're praying Juma and Jamal has a different timing then the hook. Okay, Volvo has its timing Joomla has a different timing. So we move on to the hook law of the Friday prayer. Okay, the Friday hotpot.

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This is a speech that is done before the to Dhaka so Juma is to America. Okay, two units of prayer. And the hookah or the sermon or speech happens before the prayer. So before the tour, can we have the football I know some people are like, yeah, we already know that. Why are you telling us but for some people they don't know. So we need to, you know, be understanding there might be someone who's new to Islam here who's still learning and so the football typically is done before the prayer in on the Friday.

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The Football is an obligation it is an obligation of Juma as in it is a must to have on the Friday. The Juma prayer is not a Juma prayer without the hook. But how do we know this? The Prophet sallallahu either usnm at no time Did he pray the Juma prayer without a flipper. So he had the football and then the prayer right afterwards, right? And he said, some of us send them some new come out at morning or Sunday. Pray in the manner that in the manner that you have seen me praying, and so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would encourage us to pray in the way that we saw him praying or the way this habit the companion saw him praying. And the way that he prayed on Fridays

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was to have the equipment or the sermon before praying the to occupy the two units of prayer afterwards.

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The prophet SAW along I think he was sending them as guidance concerning the football. So he said some along there either you ascend them, prolonging the prayer and shortening the foot

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is a sign of one's understanding of the religion. And this is so important that it bothers me sometimes because, you know, some of the Sajid make it a point that the hook has to be from this time to this time, and the son of the prophet SAW along it is to have a shorter hookah and a longer prayer, shorter football and a longer prayer. And, sadly, what we see happening nowadays is because the timing for the Juma football is dictated by not the money in the massage, but it's dictated by the people who come and attend the prayer. Because they say, you know what we every week, it's at this time it has to be at this time or we're gonna miss the Juma prayer. Oh, you know, we come from

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work and this and that. Yes, I understand that. I've worked a job as well and do work a job now. And also, like, if I come late for Joomla, then it's not it's not just me, it was missing jamaats everyone who's missing Joomla right. And people say oh, yeah, but you know, your job is to leave the gym upgraded. Yes. So if I missed your mind if I'm late for Joomla

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Free one is made for Java. Right? So it's different. And a lot of people, you know, poke fun at NAMM and say, Oh, you know, you don't know what it's like to have to, you know, come from work. Well, some humans have not worked other jobs outside of the masjid. But I have and I understand what it's like I understand the frustration of only having 30 minutes to one hour for your lunch break, or you're taking an extra 30 minutes of time away from your employer who has agreed to do that and allowed you to do it. Of course, you also need to now struggle with traffic, right? You need to struggle with parking at the masjid. You need to struggle with getting into the masjid, you need to

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struggle with finding a place to sit and to listen or pray.

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You know that prayer.

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Your your struggle doesn't end there. Because if the Imam takes too long and goes over the time, then the time limit goes past your lunch time or your time that you're permitted to leave work and returned from, you know, the Friday prayer. So your frustration is there. So the whole football, you're thinking all the time, the time you're looking at watch, you're looking at your watch, and a mom knows, most, some Sunday moms know that you need to get back to work. And we know that I personally know that and I understand it. I've had to leave, you know, work and go to Jamaica for many years, you know, working in other places. And even when I was working first time in

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organizations, you need to leave and come back, right? So even if you're not leading the Juma prayer, you still need to come back to work. And so

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that the frustration continues the prayer, you know, happens and insalata you there's no short people say we have no concentration because, you know, the football was so long. And so it's very difficult because then there's the parking that you have to deal with afterwards. And then you need to get back to you know, the the job place or wherever it is that you're working. And that's like an every single Friday struggle and frustration that we have. So

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listen to the words of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the translation of it is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says prolonging the prayer and shortening the hookah is a sign of one's understanding of the religion. So prolong the prayer and shorten the hook, but for there is goodness, right? There's goodness in expression, right? In precise expression, right? There's, in being specific in your speech, there is reward in it, there's goodness in it. And what we see happening is a 20 to 30 minute hook, but everywhere, that's like the norm. And that's the minimum as well.

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Except if you're praying in some places, I know some faces do like an Arabic hook, but it's only three or four minutes long. And the rest of the time will be you know, an English explanation of what's going to be discussed prior to that. And then you know, you jump right into the Arabic that's only going to take a few seconds, which again, that is problematic in my opinion, and the loss of Hannah without and it was best. So the best is to shorten the HIPAA. Now what do what do we mean by shorten Africa?

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Well, job didn't deliver the law and he said, when the messenger of aubusson long it was send them delivered the football, the sermon on Fridays, his eyes became red, his voice rose, his anger increased such that it was like one giving a warning like someone is giving a warning about the enemy, saying the enemy is making the morning attack on you, or the enemies making an evening attack upon you. So it's like oh my god, everybody is like you know, full of passion full of energy full of like force. And it's that's how the profits in the long run in the 70s to delivers cocoa. Remember now, we have so many melons who are standing on the member, and I make that mistake, sometimes. We

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get so into our topic, but we forget that we're also yelling and screaming into a microphone. Right? you're yelling and screaming into a microphone and people are like, okay, just if you want to yell at us turn the microphone off. Like we can hear you already. Right. So it is a little bit of an issue. I remember being at a gym once

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and the man was yelling so loud in the microphone that actually blew one of the speakers. During the during the football one of the speakers I wasn't leading one of the one of the one of the Imams of the masjid there.

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He was, you know, yelling so loud during the Juma hookah that one of the speakers popped

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up hello we have to keep in mind we're we're using microphones now and speakers and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't that's one thing to keep in mind. Now what this had either jabot or the longer and shows is the passion of the profits on the long run as a US seller right. The passion that

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was involved in delivering the football of the profits on the longer and the USL.

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And also, when we look at the length of it sort of path, right, the length of reciting sort of path is typically, you know, one of the examples of the length of

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the hook but why on the Sham didn't tell him Harris and Norman of the llama Anna said I did not memorize, sort of to sort of cough, except from the mouth of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as he would as he used to give it as a football while on the member the puppet. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to deliver sometimes his entire football was like reciting a surah but before that

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is the hospital hajer the hook, but it had is what you typically hear at the beginning of HIPAA and this was common for the profit some a longer either usnm to recite this or to say this at the beginning of any one of his lectures or you know reminder or something, he would begin by saying, and look how short it is right? In Al Hamdulillah. Muhammad who when a serene when Pharaoh when it rose will be learning even surely and fusina woman said he RTR Melina may yesterday he level furthermore vilella or many other little fella heard Yella?

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I said, Well, in a number one lecture, you can watch how to enter Mohammed Abdullah who are a pseudo Yeah, you will live in

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it Dr. Maha kulu sir, yeah, you're Latina? Ma Hakka. toccata Valletta. mutanda illa. anta Muslim? Yeah yohannes it Dakota Bakula? De Hanukkah communists in wahida masala caminhada. bethlem in Houma, de Jalan, kathira manisa What Tacoma hola de Luna v he will hand in the water kana la karateka. Yeah, you're living in ermine of taco la kulu Colin said either you'll slip on the American oil field or the Rubicon only nuclear Rasulullah who for the further fosun of Lima was that hard was that one?

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No. And then Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say as well for in Stockwell de Quito Billa. Well, how do you how do you Mohammed in some of you are saying them or struggle? How do Mohammed in worship, Mortimore referred to her, we're calling the desert in Liga akula, which is in Walla Walla Walla, that's enough.

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So that's like the beginning of the football, right? Very simple, very easy, you know, the profits along with some of these to say that at the beginning of the hookah and then, you know, it would be something short and concise after that there's a sitting in between the two hookless was beginning half of the hookah sitting for you know, the purpose of doing is still fun. And then another short clip after that, and then into concluding the hook.

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So the hook of the profits in the long run, I think it was something was pretty concise and short and to the point, the obligation of remaining silent and the prohibition of speaking during the football. It'll be a lot more narrative that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, when the Imam is delivering the football and you ask your companion to remain silent, and listen,

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then no doubt you have done a purposeless act. As in

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you being there in the football, you basically just missed out. Right?

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So we are not even encouraged to tell someone else to be quiet. Forget someone is doing something else. Forget it. Focus on the football. Focus on the delivery of this sermon and what's being said and what's important for us to learn from it and leave everything else if someone is on Facebook or someone's on tik tok, or someone's on Twitter or someone's on Instagram and you know, you're sitting there and it's catching your attention. You want to tell them, hey, put it away, or someone is coming in and you know, walking around or someone else is talking beside you. Ignore it, just pay attention to the email. And if they're bothering you get up and move and listen, get up and move to

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a different place. And just listen to the heartbeat, right? Don't bother yourself with interacting with someone else. When does a person catched do my own prayer? Okay, we're going to end with

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we're going to stop there where we are now because it's been about a half an hour. I'll open it up for some q&a and we'll resume from here next week and

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next week we will continue with

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the chapter. When does a person catch the Juma prayer

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Okay, so if you come late for drama, how do you know that you've made it for July?

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Okay, so we're resumed from that next week in Sharla. Tiana, we'll open it up for some questions. If anyone has any questions now, please feel free to type it in in the q&a or in the comment section in front of you. And in Charlottetown, I will try to answer them as swiftly as possible.

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And while you type out your questions, I'm just going to move some of these cameras around so that I can read your questions.

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If you have a question, just type it in inshallah, okay.

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Say my ID says Is it okay to wear a necklace or bracelet that has a a two courtesy or a last name on it when a woman is during her periods? Okay. So it's not permissible to touch the core. Okay.

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I would

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I would

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discourage the wearing of

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you know, I yet in general, because you will probably go into the bathroom and keep that on you. Right. And you're aware it's and so you'll bring that into the bathroom with you. And so we should have respect for the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Also, you know, the Quran itself was not written in a

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bound form during the time of the Prophet sent along it was send them so they were not allowed to touch the parchment or the the leaves or the bones or whatever it was that the plan was written on the ends of the Quran is written on. And so I would, I would say, from that sense that it would not be permissible for a woman to wear that during that time, right? Because she shouldn't touch the or is it? Okay?

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For Juma prayer to

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be for fun and tuukka after fuddled, is that acceptable, okay, the Sunnah of Juma the Sunnah prayers. We're going to talk about it next week in sha Allah. Okay, that's part of what we're going to be learning next week. But generally, like we mentioned before, just a few minutes ago, before the Juma prayer, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam encouraged us a habit of the lower abdomen to pray as much as Allah had willed for them. So as much as you feel comfortable praying before the Juma prayer is from the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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someone says here Rizwan m rezwan tos and I'm ready to share why they from the center, can you please recommend an authentic translation of the last sermon?

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An authentic translation of the last sermon

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if you go to, I'm pretty sure you'll find a translation there of it.

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But translations are always problematic, right as in there's there's meaning that's lost usually.

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you know, has someone local, wherever you are, help you out with the translation, if there's if there's something that's not easy for you to understand.

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We'll go here.

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Oh, so from the Brockman bubbles is I take the question above. I don't see the question. I don't see any question there. If you can just copy and paste it once again. I'm sorry, but I don't see any question there.

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Fahad says share quality concern and hope you're doing well inshallah. Is it okay to put newborn baby in front during saga if there is space constraints? So is it okay to put your baby in front of you while you're praying? Yes, it would be permissible to put your child on the floor or on the ground in front of you.

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You know, when you're praying your prayer, remember, you're not praying to the baby. you're praying to Allah subhana wa tada even when we stand in front of the cat, but we're not praying to the cabinet.

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praying to Allah subhanho wa Taala Hannah. And if a parent is looking after their child, then again the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was praying and hasn't seen his grandchildren, they were like, playing around him, you know, going on his back and you know, playing around the Prophets, and the longer I'd even send them at times, he picked them up and held them. You know, so that's something that is permissible to do while you are praying.

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anyone has any more questions, feel free to type it in there.

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Give it a couple more minutes inshallah.

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Nina says, I said Mr. decom.

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why they call center?

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Any questions? I don't like going silent on them online, as though you need to keep talking. But we're just waiting for anyone to type in any question. But if, if no one has any questions, then we'll resume next Sunday again. You know, feel free to bring your questions next week. So I guess we will end there does come a little haven for tuning in.

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Another question just popped up. So we'll take that another question. Can you make up missed funds prayer while praying the phone the lows of the hour between missed for prayers and similar prayers, which is recommended to complete if time is limited, okay. So if someone is going to pray their compulsory prayer, but they missed a prayer and they need to do a lot of that prayer, what you pray first is not the missed prayer, you pray the current prayer, the one that you need to pray now. And after that you can make up the missed prayer that you missed. Okay, you pray the prayer of the time that you're in, that's what is most important. The CETA program is gently and will continue in

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Charlottetown. at will. All of that will come out, you know, throughout the week, the posters and stuff like that will be sent out once again.

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And okay, we have a question here is it

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should it be an obligation on the community to influence the government to make worship accessible for prayers, so it is accessible to the prisoners and the government does allow them to do that that's why it is permitted. But it's just the Juma of the congregational prayer just like us right now we don't have a congregational congregation taking place because of COVID-19.

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So because of that, our Deen shows us that if you are in a position where you're not able to congregate and pray the Juma prayer, then you still have to pray for prayer. So those prisoners still do praise the Lord prayer. But when someone comes to lead them in Juma, then they can pray the Juma congregational prayer, but as inmates themselves together on their own to pray, they can't do that. That's not something that they're permitted to do.

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What is the wisdom behind not praying at certain times, like when the sun is at 01? Okay, so the wisdom behind that is that there are certain people who worship the stars and certain people worship the moon and certain people worship the sun. And they would do their worship during that time. And when the sun is rising, when the sun is setting when the sun is at its peak, and so we refrain from doing that, so that we don't do an act of worship during the time that other people are doing an act of worship to the creation of a loss of habitat. Okay, that's the main reason

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is in places where it is not allowed citizens to be held accountable. I don't understand that part.

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Should citizens be held accountable?

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Sometimes Yeah. How long would you have to pray the Sultanate of Nevada would be into Asia or is there a specific time limit so the timing of motive goes until the beginning of the time of Asia generally speaking, especially for the cinema, so you have from that time after motive to pray your son, before they share prayer timing enters? Is it okay to keep an eye on my son, only one foot away, sometimes he's younger sibling tends to pull tends to pulls the feeding tube so we need to keep an eye on it. Yes, it is permissible to have them in front of you and to you know, just glance over and make sure that he's okay. While you're praying. Okay, so that is something that is

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permitted to do because it's a necessity there is no money for brother, can you please explain about dental hygiene. So that's basically a salon or a doula.

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I should say that is made

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seeking help from Allah subhanho wa Taala typically a person can ask Allah subhana wa tada in the compulsory prayers as well for example, in fudge and in the arratia making too hard to Allah subhanho wa Taala in the last that are counted for anything that they are in need of whether it's help or assistance or anything, so that's something that can be done asking Allah subhana wa tada for help. I understand folks prayer of the hour comes first with between making up photos prayer from yesterday. And Sunnah, which comes first. Oh, I want to make up all my previous misfires. Okay, so if if you're doing cobalt, so basically,

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you it doesn't really matter, it doesn't really matter because even the nothing prayer that you pray

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will be considered or will be put in place of the prayers that we missed from the funnel to prayer. So if a person missed any compulsory prayers, Allah subhana wa tada will look at the prayers of the sinner prayers to see if and use those inputs. So if a person missed a lot of prayers in their life, and they don't know exactly how many they missed, what we encourage is to pray as many Sunnah or as many nephew prayers as you possibly can. So that, you know those compensate for the prayers that were missed throughout a person's life.

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All right, so we'll end with that transaction level Phaeton and loss of habitat and bless all of you and your family. And we look forward to seeing all of you soon.

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And we also hope that we invite our friends and family to attend the classes I know the emails will start to roll out soon in sha Allah. So look, look forward to seeing you and others in the classes. Baraka level fee con, or some a lot of I send them over account and if you know how to do it, you can do send him or send him or any metal wire here for about a capital

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arson. My voice is not clear. That's because I need to call you on the phone.