Dont be very restricted – Just enjoy your Eid – Eid Mubarak
Channel: Haitham al-Haddad
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Salam Alaikum sure
it's nice to see you in the masjid. And we know that it has been announced tomorrow Yes mashallah, I just came
to the masjid from Green Street. And it is amazing to see many people mashallah started to celebrate the eighth, of course, a brother told me is sooner or not sooner. See, apart from this, we are not living in an ideal situation. So for our brothers and sisters to feel that they have a unique identity, and they are celebrating eight, which is the eighth edition of this in of itself is a big thing. So, so to me, don't be very,
very restricted or very, what is the word? Just enjoy, you. Just say Allahu Akbar, Allah, Allah, enjoy your aid. So we should make this fast? Yes, of course, of course, we don't want our children to, you know, when they celebrate other celebrations or other events, they feel more happy in those celebrations and in our events, they don't feel happy. Now this is completely wrong. Yes. And when the prophets Allah, Allah do send them online, when Abu Bakr came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and there were two girls singing, and then he said, Oh, are you singing in the house of the Prophet salallahu Salam. So the process and I'm just hoping Abu Bakr for every single nation, there is an
eighth and this is our eighth.
So which means that the scholars took from this that you should show that you are happy, and you are enjoying it, and yes, why not? But with this, we should also have some sort of boundaries No. Or should we just not talk about the boundaries? Yeah, have you got why everybody does not talk about the boundaries. But the brother asked me another question. He said that, shall we celebrate the eighth and we feel happy. While we know what is happening to our brothers and sisters in Syria and in Iraq and see brothers, let us be realistic, come on to Han Allah. This is not Islamic. This is not an Islamic way of thinking. hurtin sadness and grief is nothing from Sharia, by us upon okay, no
pain. No lagana said, this is sadness and grief is not part of Sharia. Yeah, that's why the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, Allah Menya over the becoming an enemy, what hasn't he sought refuge in Allah, Allah, Allah from home means worried about the future, being worried about the future, and hasn't means being sad for what happened in the past. This is one thing the other thing, every single one who fasted the month of Ramadan, he should feel happy. This is an achievement in of itself, fasting 30 days, and that have been doing it for 30 days. The fact that a modular Allah allowed you to do that you should be thankful to Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah and you should be very
happy. And this is the meaning of eight law. That's why Allah God I said, when he took me know when he took him to
your complete account, and you glorify Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, for what for what he guided you, he guided you to Islam, he guided you to first the month of Ramadan. And then Allah, Allah, Allah said whether and welcome the shalom, yes, so I am so you may be thankful to Allah. So don't in these occasions where you should glorify Mr. Gallow Anna and show thankfulness to Angela to Allah you know, and you should look sad and worried about what is here on there, of course, okay, we will be worried about them but every town has its own, the bad and this is our dagger now is to thank Allah Allah Allah to be happy, and and to glorify Allah, Allah Allah by saying Allahu Akbar, Allah Allah,
Allah Allah Yeah, so how does have you we just enjoyed it Mubarak to own few brothers and sisters. Yeah, see, I'm saying two sisters. Now you will ask me is it allowed to say Mubarak to sisters, um, I already just say to everyone Yeah, Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Allah Allah, Allah, Allah, sugar.
Zack Allah Hey, so
tell us how do you explain clearly