121 – The aged and the laws of Haj

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121, The aged and the laws of Haj Aug 14, 2015

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inshallah we'll concentrate on the aged person who is not able to form height. Now there are many reasons of course, I've said that I've given you a reason about the quota system. There are many other reasons why an aged person cannot perform Hajj.

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And when when a person cannot perform Hajj where these ages are not because of physical infirmity or disability,

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then the Sharia allows that person to appoint a person to perform Hajj on his behalf.

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This can only be done where the infirmity or the disability is permanent.

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For example, a woman who can't find the maharam content somebody to go to Hajj for her, why not, because that position might change if she marries. So that would invalidate the height of the agent of the overkill. But an aged person can appoint our keel if the disability that he suffers from is permanent. So the infirmity of an old person can either be muddy and oh, Jessica young, either you can't perform hides because you don't have the money to perform Hajj. You're not by the means to perform Hajj or you are physically disabled and you cannot perform Hajj. Now what are the why do we say that a person is still alive, the person is alive. The person has money but the person can't

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perform. Such a person can appoint another person to perform Hajj on his behalf.

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Right even if he's still alive doesn't matter. And what is it delille for this what is the proof for this? The proof of this is found in the Hadith by Imam Al Bukhari. Rahim Allah reported by Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah bearss Cardinal father, libnah Abbas, his brother and father was once appointed the Prophet pointed his brother father, as he's deputy. People used to come to him and ask him questions. So one day a woman came to follow in the presence of the Nivea selasa lamp, and the woman said to father to the navies of Salaam Yara Salalah.

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Enough arigato, Allah Allah ibag he fill Hajj at dracut Abby shaken kaviraj she says that

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we for either of Hajj, the obligation of Hajj

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is allows fatherless places and every person. I have a father, but he's very old.

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He cannot sit on the animal otherwise he's infirm you cannot sit mean people like that. But only the animal people can sit in the airplane or the concert anyway. So she says the father can't sit without falling over.

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And she said to the prophets of Salaam Can I perform Hajj on behalf of my father?

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The prophets of Salaam said yes. Well that if we had to deal with that, that was

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why when the prophets of Salaam

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was going to perform these first and last Hajj

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What do you require? It's also reported by Imam Bukhari, in another Hadith.

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The prophet SAW Selim say to this lady, are a telecon Allah be Allah abacha deignan

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akun taco de cardia the visa Salaam said to her old lady, if your father had a debt, would you pay his debt? And she said yes. But there is no lie Haku and Yoko de Missa Salaam said to her. So the debt your father owes to Allah is a debt that is worthy of paying than any other debts because the data allows pantalla your father's and also the Hadees points to the fact that the father was capable financially to perform hajj, but physically was not able to go.

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So we understand then that this man was physically not able to go but financially he had the money.

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Now

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the Olimar divide agency or we Karla into three categories. agency means appointing an agent. And as I've said to you before, there's a difference between Joaquin

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and Worley

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well, kale is an agent so you appoint the Imam, your Joaquin to marry your daughter to so and so. So they will kill me as an agent agency.

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And Muslim uses term wrongly because they say akismet accuracy will kill a BS meaning on the accuracy or kill.

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So wrong use of the word

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because agent is somebody appointed by somebody else.

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The father didn't appoint you or keel over a certain issue. And we Karla can only be an appointment on a particular issue. You can't say, Well, I'm the eldest son to either walk, he'll have everybody. That's nonsense.

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That's not part of the deal. We must learn to use these tools properly.

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When it comes to marriage, for example,

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I've already said that you appoint the Imam as your agent, just to perform the Nika as you would appoint anybody else, you're gonna put your brother, your mom a stranger to perform anything on your behalf, and that person will become your key. For example, I give you my soccer and I say you give this a car to somebody, or I give you sadness, I give the circuit somebody. So I've made you mine will kill my agent.

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The other term that we use is Wally.

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Now, while Lee is not an agent, while he is a guardian,

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so if you have

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children, girl, children, female children, and you are the father of those children, then you would be the wild Lea of your girls in terms of married, what does it mean? other words, the back of marriage stops with you. You say yes. Or you say no. Or you decide who will marry or and you have the right to perform the marriage of your girl children.

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Even without their consent, of course, you need their consent later. That is the rights of overly an image we're meaning our leave which been appointed by Allah subhanaw taala.

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So fathers are worldly. So the worldly would give his agency to the mom and the mom becomes the keel of the world.

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Okay, so remember, we call it a something over killed ship, or agency is for a specific purpose only. There is no such thing as I'm the Akil of

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my sister or my brother or my whoever it may be for everything. No.

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If you want to be the vocal of somebody, that person should have appointed you as working there's no such thing as

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even in South African law.

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That's assuming agency, you can't assume that you suddenly become the working people walk around saying he was

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meaningless means nothing.

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If your father's in Nepal, for example, in the world, even if you're the eldest son and you're not the executive of the world, you're not working you know, you haven't been appointed the person whose name is written in there he is your father's working or your mother's working, oh, your brother's working. So Ricardo is not something which you inherit.

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We Carla is something which you are given by another person. Okay, very important. But we lie a guardianship is something which you get, by virtue of the fact that that child is born from you, you are the father of the child. So we are you are the Wali of the child.

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But that is a discussion all on its own. So what we're dealing with here today is we're dealing with ricola. We're dealing with agency. And we said that there are three circumstances under which a person can appoint an agent for him to to perform on his behalf during his lifetime.

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During his life, we know about baddo hydrogens after the person has died. But this is we call a during the lifetime of the person.

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Of course, the first is that the aged person

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is

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able to perform hajj, or has the means to perform Hajj is the money to perform height, but it's not capable of performing height physically. What about him? What does the law say about him? So he's got money, but he can't go. So what is his duty? What should he do?

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The law say that it is his duty

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to give his money and appoint an agent to perform Hajj on his behalf. So he's got the money, he has to appoint somebody to go for Hajj on his behalf.

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Number two, where a person is, hasn't got the finance, but he's able to go for HUD What about him?

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So he's got no money.

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But he's able to go for HUD, he's physically strong enough to perform the Hajj.

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For him it is Mr. hub, it is permissible advisable strongly encouraged to accept money from somebody who wants to give him money to perform height.

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For example, your children want to give you money to perform Hajj your brother wants to give you money your friend wants to give you money. Somebody says, Buddha has I'll give you the money perform hajj, that is allowed in Islam, and it is encouraged for you to accept the money and to perform Hajj

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where that money which somebody else has given to you.

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The third situation is that the person is incapable of performing hajj, because

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he's incapable physically and also

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he's incapable he doesn't have no money.

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No money, not able to go for hikes, but

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there is somebody who comes to him and tells him I'll perform Hajj on your behalf.

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And normally this is children to do that, or relative so even a stranger can do this. So somebody comes and says, I would like to perform Hajj on your behalf, you can't go for it, you have no money to perform hajj, you're physically not able to perform Hajj I will do it on your behalf without asking for money. I'll do it as a thought as a gift as a good deed. You can do that go to a person that says Mashallah. But I would like to perform Hydra Naga half and what what should be the reaction of that person?

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That person

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should accept the offer from that other person.

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Why because the other person is doing it purely for the sake of allows Pantheon theory to gain the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And why can you do it also on behalf of a stranger.

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Because the Prophet referred to Hajj as a debt

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and debt of any person you can pay, whether your father's dead your brother's dead, the neighbor's dead, your friend's death, you can pay the debt on behalf of anybody else.

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And in the history of Islam, we find many people who had done this were performed Hajj, so many

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so many Hajj on behalf of their friends, they will do it for this one and then for the next one and then for the next one, because they love to go for Hajj. They love to perform hajj, and they had lots of people who couldn't perform hajj and they will do it on their behalf.

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The person who performs Hydra on your behalf can be a male or a female.

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So if you're male, you can appoint a lady to perform Hajj on your behalf. If you're a lady you can you can appoint a mandible for hygiene Algarve. So in Islam, there is no sexism and whatever they call it, discrimination with a male and female so your daughter can perform Hajj on your behalf. Your sister came before pitino behalf if you the if you are the sister then your brother can perform or any other person can perform Hajj on your behalf.

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Of course the rule is if you perform Hajj on behalf of somebody who cannot perform Hajj because the person is ill, and the doctor say that the person will not recover from the illness.

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But what happens if you perform Hajj on behalf of that person and the person recovered from the illness and now the person can perform his own hedge socket Maria had the motto Allah tala will have enough see the allama quite clear that in that case, the Hajj is accepted and that person doesn't have to perform Hajj. Of course, if the person wants to do it again, no problem. But the Pharrell Hajj has been done.

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The obligation has been completed by the other person on your behalf.

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The other condition for a person to perform Hajj on behalf of another person is that that person should have performed Hajj first himself. So if you have not yet performed your own hedge, you cannot become a working for somebody to perform heights. You have to have been on RFR first yourself

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and the next time you go you can do it on behalf of somebody else. And this is also a hadith of Nablus, directed by a Buddha who the way

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Nafisa Salim heard a man say, lab bacon, Shu Brahma, Allah, I am present here on behalf of a person called Shu Brahma.

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So then evisa ASIMO shubra He says, My brother, so the prophets of Salaam said,

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I had judged sick, have you performed height on your own behalf?

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Call Allah He said no. All Whoa, john Neff sick tomorrow, john, and Jill Brahma we saw some seafood so what you should do is first perform Hajj on behalf of yourself. And the next day you come and you perform Hajj on behalf of somebody else.

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By the way, you can't perform two Hydras at one time of this note, you can't perform the same time for yourself and for somebody else can only perform height at one time 100 for yourself and then again, every agent before behind, on behalf of somebody also for yourself also.

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So that is a condition where a person is alive but unable to perform Hajj because the person is not financially by the means, or the person is not physically by the means. The second question we need to answer is if a person dies,

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if an aged person dies,

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because we're talking about about the agent, we're talking about senior citizens, if a senior citizen dies in an old person dies and he did not perform hajj and also did not leave money to perform Hajj.

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Finally is the hub and yehovah Lee, then it is

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recommended

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for the person.

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For example,

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who's in charge of his affairs, who has put in charge of his affairs

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to perform Hajj on his behalf. I repeat that

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so the old person didn't perform high

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then the nearest next of kin can perform Hajj on behalf of that person may be your mother, it may be your father.

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From your own money, obviously because your father mother didn't live Monday.

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The second very important point is a stranger can also perform Hajj on behalf of that person.

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So somebody dies, it's my friend. But my mother is not my father. That's my friend. It's my neighbor, my uncle, maybe my cousin.

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It is allowed for me to perform Hajj

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on behalf of that person. Even though that person may not have asked me in his lifetime. Even if that person never spoke about happiness, laughter I can do it as a good deed to perform Hajj on behalf of that person.

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And the allama say that

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it is wajib. If a person dies and leaves money behind, that you should take money out from his inherit from you from the money that is left behind and set it aside for hedge

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even if that person didn't give any direction, or indication or instruction for heights to be performed on his behalf.

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Immediately when the person dies, you take some money out, put it on side and that will be for a third party, an agent to perform Hajj on behalf of that particular person.

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The big question of course is

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if the agent performs Hajj on behalf of the principal, does the agent also get reward or not?

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Is because for example I perform Hajj on behalf of my brother.

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I go from here to Makkah go to Oliver make tawaf go to Mina mas de Falco visit the grave of the Navy is a solid What about mine who do I get an award or is already award only for the person on whose behalf I have gone

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on. Further say that because you can also perform armor on behalf of a living person who's not able to go because the person is physically incapable of going. You can also perform armor on behalf of a dead person who has died and maybe never perform normally in his lifetime even did perform obrah and you want to perform another armor on behalf of that particular person.

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Alright, let's come to the reward part.

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It is not permissible First of all, to perform Hajj on behalf of another person for the sake of money.

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Somebody says you know my father died is left this money I want you to perform on behalf of my father. You shouldn't look at it as a

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an appointment to do something a deed for you to get paid for.

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Or you shouldn't take the money as being payment for you performing hajj on behalf of that person.

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There is no room in that kind of weak Allah for making profit on somebody else. So somebody says you know my father is very sick, very sickly. He hasn't performed Hajj I want you to perform hard on his behalf. You know he has the money for the hygiene not supposed to be making profits.

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The owner might say that it is best

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If you perform Hajj on behalf of somebody else did you use your own money

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so that the intention is not to gain money or to go on a trip a free trip to Makkah so that the intention is to do a good deed on behalf of a fellow Muslim.

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It is also permissible to ask for funds towards you going for Hajj. But you should also make a contribution say well, I'm going for hydrograph of this person. It was a very rich person. And you know, normally it's 30,000 but I'm going to take 50,000 members now I'm not gonna go all the way to Makkah, you know, I'm saying a three star hotel, you know, because this man is a millionaire, the diva performed Hajj, I'm gonna, you know, know, if that is the intention Will you will hear what the result is of that intention.

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Even he told me I says,

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a person who performs Hajj on behalf of a dead person, person who's passed away.

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If your intention is to perform Hajj on behalf of that dead person, or

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your intention is so that our love handler may accept the hedge of that person that you're making on behalf of you,

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then you will be rewarded.

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How much reward you will get allows pantyliners.

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But if you take a fee, if you say well, I'll go hard on behalf of this person, but I want you to give me 10,000 Rand

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and pay my ticket and my expenses. Then of course,

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la Hanako laka will occur then in the era there is no reward for you at all.

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So it's very important that the objective of performing hajj on behalf of another person is to perform Hajj not to go on a free trip or to make a profit out of that particular person.

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So the rule is

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that it is recommended

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to take money to perform Hajj on behalf of somebody else.

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Not to go for hygiene in order to get money

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once it well, I'm going to go for hearts because I'm getting money because I know you should take the money in order to perform the Hajj.

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There is a difference alfre Cobain Amani Hakuna Dino Matsuda who were dounia vasila

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there is a difference between

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where the dean is your objective to perform the Hajj objective and the dunya The money is just a means to observe to reach an objective and there are those who use the dunya as as the objective

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and use the deen as the means.

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Use the deen as the means but they use the deen in order to gain the dunya

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so if you perform Hajj on behalf of a person, your objective should be to please Allah Subhana Allah to serve the deen and to use the money in order to serve the deen

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unless you take money for doing something good. And the Allah give an example. They say if you take money to learn or to teach or to go for Jihad

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and the objective is to learn and the objective is to teach or the objective is to go for jack Mashallah Baraka Luffy that is very good.

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That's excellent.

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And as I said earlier,

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when you perform Hajj on behalf of somebody else, it is not necessary that it be your family or your blood or anything like that. You can perform Hajj on behalf of total stranger without even knowing that he performing hajj on his behalf.

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So you know somebody who's in a wheelchair, or you know somebody who's very very poor cannot perform

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and you say I'm gonna perform hajj and we're telling that person anything. You go for her to go to Makkah Mashallah.

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That is for muscle because Nafisa Salam said innamorata Manu mania, that your intentions your your actions will be judged according to you in check.

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They are all a matter of course there are two views on the edge on the reward SSH, you will come down to the reward. What is the reward of a person who goes for Hajj on behalf of another person.

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They all are saying is rewarded.

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Everything excluding what will make the Hajj perfect is for him. So if he makes the alibi to LA that is for him, if he performs, and Amara, which is not nothing to do with the hardware is there it is for him.

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Because they say that he went to offer the dead person while you're performing hajj on his behalf. It's also very good. But there's another school of thought. Another group of scholars who say,

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the Navy Sallam said, Man had

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fallen near fouth wallenius.

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Raja I mean, the nobuhiko mavala that they say the Navy Sallam said, I person who goes for Hajj and behaves himself well, doesn't use bad language, doesn't argue the people doesn't fight with anybody.

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He will return home from his sons as if his mother had just given birth to.

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So how long they'll last for granted that kind of hygiene child.

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And then iv sasaram segment dalada Hayden fella who Mithra identify

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a person who points another person to a good thing to do a good thing,

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he will get the same reward as that person.

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So what is this I had to add me to a had even taken together. It means

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that Mr. Sam said that if you perform it means that if you perform it even on behalf of someone else, you get exactly the same reward as that person gets handled. So you get the heart and he gets it.

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And the third year of this world, the preponderant view is this view, that if you go for Hajj on behalf of someone else, and your intention was not

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to make a profit, your intention was to please align to make hard on that person's behalf, you also will get rewarded.

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So that should be the intention.

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to not say well, I'm Will I'm here, I'm prepared to go for height. Because I know somebody left 50,000 rent for housing, I can do it maybe for 20. So you know, I can come back and buy me a nice little car for the other city.

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You can do that.

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But you will get no reward,

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you will get no reward, only the other person will get the reward for the hard to do a perform.

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So intentions are very important. But the the the point two points that you need to remember is that you can perform Hajj on on behalf of a living person who either has no money to perform height, or who is incapable physically to perform height, don't have to wait for the person to die

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to perform what you call a battle. Hij is number one.

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And number two,

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a person and an aged person himself can appoint somebody to perform hygiene on his behalf, if he's incapable physically to perform.

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Because you can't do this for any other, anybody except for her. You can't appoint somebody to perform Salah for you and fail.

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fast enough, you'll be off and pay only goes for the journey of Hutch.

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Now let's look at some of the some of the Ferraris of hedge

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some of the obligations of hedge that a person who goes for hedge, but he's not capable of performing some of the duties that has been imposed upon him.

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Or even any other person maybe me and you would go for hygiene we come there and we find that we evil or we say coffee, we break our leg or whatever, we can't perform some of the important things for example, we can't perform tawaf.

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So you there and you have to make a lawful

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order which is found of course as we know, and you have to leave and you can't perform. perform it because you have a very alien lie in bed you're like in hospital. And can you

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how do you make them the tower?

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there is agreement amongst the scholars that you throw off can be performed in a wheelchair.

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Even if you 20 years old doesn't matter. The thing is, is disability you can't perform it yourself. And the only means of doing it is to do it in a wheelchair is a penalty to pay. No There is no penalty to pay.

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Why not? Because the Nabi sallallahu wasallam says Mr. Musharraf here is a difference of opinion amongst the scholars. I'm giving you the preponderant view, meaning the most accepted view is that both for the side

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you can

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pushed up and down seven times. And you can push seven times around the bottom. Doesn't matter your age, depending on your capacity, your ability, when you're able or not to do it. Of course, it's mainly applies to old people or older people.

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And there's no dumb to pay. Why not? no penalty to pay? Why not? Because the Navy salatu salam, when he went for his height,

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he performed the tawaf on Camelback.

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And he performed the site on Camelback.

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He was on his camp on May 7 and stuff and on the way too long. And then he made the sigh between South America and Canada. And there must have been a reason for this. And he took a stick and he pointed to the last word when he passed the last one.

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Now the the Sahaba say the Nevis Hassan didn't say that, of course, we know that there was nothing wrong with a Navy SEAL a lot. It wasn't really we didn't break his leg. He wasn't, he wasn't crippled or anything like that. And the reason I think the alannah come to the conclusion that the reason he did this was because he had how many people with him?

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Do you think?

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How many people went for hardware? The Navy says a lot

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more than 100,000? Is there a lot of people even today it's not.

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So

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why did he sit on the camel so that everybody could see him?

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To follow him. Because remember, this was his first height and his love to see him and to hear what he was reciting and to see what he was doing. And so that he could speak to them and inform them as to who do amnesic who do I know Manasa Cooper in Isla de la li la Coco badami had, he said, Please take the hatch from me because I do not know whether I will be with you next year. It's exactly what happened. Next, he wasn't with him.

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So for them to see of course, so that they all come to the conclusion that it is permissible even for a healthy person to be pushed around the vital law. Of course you lose somebody Ward obviously if you don't work. And I wouldn't like to see a 20 year old being pushed in a wheelchair

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Notimex I like that all the people obviously, but if you do do it like that, it is not a sin and you will not be punished and your hydro be in order.

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So that has to do with do a V for iron.

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Now, going further into the hedge

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a little bit further into the hedge.

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We know of course that

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of the words of hedge

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also something we should learn very important that

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we talk

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when we talk about

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obligations, we use two words

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waje bath and fluoride

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fluoride being the pool of fun and YG bopping the pool of logic.

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We are mainly Sheffield.

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So when we talk about found and wajib it's the same. So we say reading the five to nine. This is watching. It's also fun

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when we say something is filed, so lots of stories from it's also wajib same term for the same thing. We don't make a distinction in the Shafi mother between Feilden Rajim

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Abu hanifa makes a distinction between files and logic.

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He said Pharrell, is that which is Pharrell in terms of a clear command in the Quran or clear command from the NaVi Solanas.

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Whereas logic is one level less than four.

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So, Mr. Abu hanifa says, For example, He divides the obligations of hygiene to fluoride and water but if you leave at awaji your hygiene still correct but if you live deliver the founder Hodges bottle you must repeat that

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and although enamel Shafi doesn't make a distinction between these two in Hajji does, he follows the Hanafi model. So it has the Sharpies

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say that you leave at awaji being the hydro hydro still correct.

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But if you leave out the founder of hajis

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I'm just saying this. I know you won't remember it, maybe Sharla. Those of you are younger.

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Remember, but those of you are not, will not remember.

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The MMA beat at Moz, Delphi is watching, not for

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the coupon RFI is for that we know, what does it mean? It means that you have to be an artist even, even for a moment, even flying over it, even sleeping the It doesn't matter. If somebody took you sleeping, an RFI and you and sleeping back to Makkah, no problem you are,

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you might just be physically present. That is the ultimate folder package.

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Okay, so you the old person has been

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the person who comes to Metallica?

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And was alpha is

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not fun? And you will you can't skip some and the logic, some say why don't we just walk through that if I just come out of a walk past was that fine, you have performed your watch.

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Now, today, Alhamdulillah, we don't have a problem with throwing the jamala anymore. But just

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as

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part of your education.

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Minister

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through things you have to do, maybe and throw the Gemina correct. Maybe it means you must sojourn must spend some time at Mina at Masada jamala moto talking specifically about older people. But this is a general rule.

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The rule is that

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you should spend part of the night at minimum

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part of the night. And the majority preponderant view is that it should be part of the first part of the night and part of the law the latter half of the night. So let's assume that

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the night is divided into 10 hours, then you should be there

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at the first hour and at the sixth hour.

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Okay, even if that means 10 minutes. So if it's five to 12, and five plus 12.

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That's the what is required. Most of the scholars say that

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you have to be there until five

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but not of necessity. So an old person or an older person,

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in fact, can make my beat at Mina. And if a person is too ill to be admitted, the person can go to Makkah and somebody can tell Dr. Murat on that person's behalf. This is for all the people.

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And we know that the parting of the jamara we're not going to go into starting in the morning that's a big deal if we don't go to the to go to the things we still agree upon the pounding of the jamara song after the wall and carries on during the night doesn't stop and

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that's also the opinion of a lot of scholars. So if you're an older person, and the Zama or the crowd is too big after salatu salam then you wait till after Malabo after a shy or after after I shy in the middle of the night you can give you can do you stone the camera

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so then me so solemn turn Why is this so? Why this leeway is given?

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Because in Ibiza Salam it's in the Hadith narrated by Buhari

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is an honor to condition him to mean who must have thought, Why no, no, he took him. And Shane

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further said, If I command you to do something, then do it to the best of your ability.

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do it to the best of your ability. Don't leave it, do it to the best of your ability.

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And if I

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prohibit you from doing something, leave it completely. So don't say well is prohibited from doing it. We can do it halfway, maybe half No, no, no. prohibition is total prohibition. But if you ask you to do something, do it to the best of your ability. It's very, very important. Don't leave it do it to the best of your ability. So everything rebar for example, interests for example.

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I know there are some scholars for example, who say that you can pay your tax with Riba.

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paying your tax with Riba

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using interest to pay your tax, because I think they mean government tax.

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Now you live in a country.

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South Africa for example, you have an obligation to the state

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To pay taxes.

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On what basis does Allah say that you can use haram?

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In order to pay an obligation, I have no idea where they come from no idea where they were, there is a similar case in Islam, where you can use her Rama to do something which is an obligation for you.

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So that opinion for me is about an opinion Why? Because Riba is such a great sin in Islam. So, for example,

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you have to buy a house.

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So you have to take a bond, there's something you can do about that. Otherwise, you may not have a house.

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So that is an exception.

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But everything else besides that. Nobody says I'm saying you are commanded not to do it, then don't do it unless it is absolutely necessary, unless it is absolutely necessary. So similarly, in the Hajj, and Umrah of an aged person,

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the aged person can do

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up to the point where

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they are capable physically to do that.

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The other point is

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that

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it is important for us to consider

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to perform height if we're able to do so I know it's really difficult nowadays because of the quota system. But let's assume you've already been for Hodge industry, we've already been fired. Now we know we all we are all when it comes to hygiene Amara and going to Makkah, we are very selfish,

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not in a bad way, in a good way. I mean, really, now, all of us are the same. I like you and you are like me. Or maybe you're not like me, but I'm like you

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we go there to get maximum benefit isn't maximum benefit. And we go there to get maximum benefit basically, because we pay such money in the first place. There was a time when we paid very little money. So the I bother was more important. It was a time I went for the first time in 1969

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and 16 I remember a plane ticket returned from year to Cairo was 365 grand.

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That's what I paid when I mean a good Saturday 365 when my child was born there, my daughter was born there.

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I think it was 10%

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statistics and 15

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So things have changed.

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So in those days and used to go to Makkah, you give the st 100 pounds, which is 210 that covers your holster in Macau including RFM and everything else including a food

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panel.

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May Allah give those proceeds genda to filters in China. Not only that,

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the hoteliers I call them at that time very generous people.

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If you had come maybe just formula they would maybe like to stay free give you food also

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for free. Did you ever think there was a time like that in Mecca where you could say for free and get food for free? Twice I went for armor like that got free food? Not because I was Shabbos I wasn't sure it was a young man who said stay and grill stay or no no no problem and you stick with food every single day. So those were the days so those were the days when people used to go for hikes for the A bada

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not filming for it a bada today, we want to get maximum benefit. So what did we learn today? We learned today that if you know somebody

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maybe it's a relative, close relative or maybe it's not a close friend, maybe it's a friend that now we know you can perform if you're if you've already performed hygiene on your behalf to perform a hedge on behalf of that person sincerely, Allah will give you your heart and Allah will giving me such so hello.

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Now normal selfishness normal I'm going to make hard every you know whenever I can every five years for myself. Now you can say well Charlie's gonna go next year. Next time I'll go I'll do it for x and for y and so behind Allah if you do it for a person who is alive and ill and sick and old or can go without that person even knowing imagine that your water loss,

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imaginary water loss. Imagine you come in front of our last analysis. Hello My servants part of us such a beautiful serve and you did this on behalf of your brother He didn't even know

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he stands here today. I'm calling him hygenist is maybe crying with maybe so harmala I call him Haji because of you. Because you did it for him. And I and now today inshallah give you reward of envy. Me

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We all love to give you a hug and for him also on and because of your sincere intention for what you enter. So panel. So that is the lesson we learned today. So we are lost on the ground in Sharla that we we we we do it, we do things with a Nia to please Allah was part of autonomy and we remove selfishness from our hearts

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for everything

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Salaam Alaikum