Maliki Fiqh – Part 8
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sections on the forgetfulness which
monex methods a little more complicated than
the other methods do one or the other Imam Malik has, he differentiates between omission and commission in the prayer, what's called a zyada or nachshon. So if you if you do something, you committed something that you shouldn't have done, or you omitted something that that you should have done, it's going to change the ruling.
The, the, the omission missing out something is worse than comission, generally. So
sahoo is is means forgetfulness, and Arabic, so how useful sat one, to forget something, the prophets a lot is set and
forgot once in a prayer. I mean, the owner must say that the prophesize him the things that he does, generally, are for teaching. So he did certain things.
If a law caused him to forget, it was it was for the teaching
point of the of the, of the prayer, but he did
forget and and one of the Sahaba asked him, did the ruling change, you know, in other words, or is there only three rakaats instead of four. And then the Prophet sighs him asked others if they and then he,
he corrected it and then did his sujood for the settle. So this is from the sun and the
several means to forget something without you know that you genuinely forgot it. It wasn't something that you
that you're aware of. If things are done intentionally it can change the ruling.
it's mentioned in the Quran Latina who Montserrat himself home, when Allah censors those who are neglectful of their prayers, meaning, they delay the times, they don't really aren't concerned about the times. So the
the decision to settle which is to search the after
the tissue out of here, so when you finished with the shadowed, you either do it before the salon or after the salon. So if it's before the salon is called a cuddly,
cuddly, which means in Arabic before and if it's after the Salaam it's called a baddie, which means in Arabic after so the
you're doing it to redress whatever wrongs that you have.
Whatever you've done in the prayer, and so it has the media, you know that you're actually redressing it. So, you have the intention to redress it. And then it has the the such that the Ayoola and then the sitting between the two, and then the such that the thaneeya and the salon getting out of the prayer. And the Tisha hood can be repeated, but it's getting out of the purse. So those are the obligations and then the sunon are to do the tech via and the Tisha hood. You do not if you forget something in your prayer. In the Sahel, there's no settle for settle.
So you don't you know, and some people have problems, you know, unfortunately, there's people that are called Mr. Anka, or more Swiss Muslim Kashuk is somebody who almost every prayer, they have problems, they can't remember how many workouts they pray, they can't remember, if they did this, they can't remember people that are preoccupied. People that are under a lot of stress. There's different reasons why people do that. And some people have obsessive compulsive disorder, which Eamonn rock actually identified was, as he said, It's either ignorance of the sun, or it's a psychological disorder. So it's something that people recognize earlier. But if you do have that,
then the ruling is, you know, that it has a different ruling he'll, he'll get to that. So the prostration forgetfulness is either a copy or a baddie, and it's performed before the public is performed before the exit salon is performed for forgetting or omitting a stress
right, so it is not performed for leaving out recommended acts or obligatory x. So the method of performance after completing the final two shadowed of the prayer, like Ottawa on the province of Lyceum making dua and before saying the exit
Salaam, performed to prostrations beginning with a low bar. After completing both prostrations, you recite the dish out, ending with a shadow and ilaha illallah wa dawn, Mohammed Abdullah sudo and then the final salam to exit and then the rules for performing a public one performs public intentionally for leaving out one stressor in the prayer is rendered invalid, if one owes a publi.
So, the In other words, if you look at the the stress on the eighth stress and then like the,
the syrup, and the and the jar and the
and the sitting the Tisha hood, the Tisha hood has the sitting and the disheveled most of these stressors can have more than one
with it, so you don't confuse the two, right. In other words, the the subtle is for
two or more stress sunon. But, in each one of the stresses are generally too soon. And so that's what's happened. So if you if you do it for, you know, for one of the stress sooner than the first invalid if one of the public and forgot to perform it before the salon the following applies. If one remember, shortly after exiting the prayer, one needs to make it up by performing a bad deed. So
if you owe the company and forgot to perform it before the salon, then if you if you remember it shortly after exiting the PR, you do the baddie.
And then if one remembers after a long period of time, or after leaving the message, then the following flies if it was due to stress soon, and then one need not make it up in the air is valid. If it was due to three or more stress sunnen, then the PR is invalid, and you have to make it up. So if you miss to stress and then and you didn't you forgot to do it and you leave for the day, then the prayer is valid. But if it was three or more, it's invalid.
All right, so that's the that's the public and then the baddie is the prostration of forgetfulness performed after the exit sit on. It is performed when one forgets really add certain acts during the prayer. So the method of performance after completing the firm exiting by saying of ceramide a con performed to prostrations beginning with a lower bar after completing both prostrations you recite the two shadowed ending with a Chateau La ilaha illallah wa salam ala rasulillah and then you exit with the final Sadam. So if one forgot to perform the baddie, then upon remembering one makes it up regardless of the amount of time so if I just says, was satirical, bad, evil Omen bad do you make up
the baddie even as after a year so, you know, a year later you're sitting in your room and you remember, I didn't do that.
For you do the sort of badly you do it any time. And then also, there's no prostration of forgetfulness is required for the following acts leaving out a virtuous act, leaving out a recommended act, leaving out a son that is not stressed, sending salutation upon the Prophet upon hearing his name mentioned,
fixing the prayer barrier, the sutra as long as there's not too much movement, walking the distance of three prayer rows.
So if you walk, which you know, I'm in front,
it's permissible to go in front, right. If a space opens up, you go in front, you go in front like that, if it becomes too much, then it's too much movement.
Fixing one's prayer shawl without too much movement yawning or covering the mouth. You cover the mouth like that if you yawn in the prayer,
clearing the throat doing tuscumbia to alert the mom and error he made like super Han Subhana Allah if the mom or the women clap if the mom makes a mistake.
And then doing shifting one's weight from one foot to the other. None of these affect your prayer. Most thing with one's head or hand to return some most of the universe say that you the Salaam is wired to return so if somebody says somebody come in, you're praying you just most of them with your hand You don't you don't give them a cent on the motion with your hand. crackling one one's knuckles is my crew to do that but it doesn't break. swallowing morsels, a morsel of food if it's a small amount that just like something's in your mouth and you swallow it it doesn't.
And also scratching lightly reciting the pollute suffocation audibly instead of silently, none of those affect them. Now in terms of redressing a pillar
The the Arcana of the prayer which are the photos that were mentioned, you have to redress those because the the the the Sousou, the Seto does not
fix those. So if you if you don't redress those in the purse invalid, so leaving out a pillar must be redressed no prostration of forgetfulness can suffice for, even though once you redress it, you still do the settle. But you have to redress it, unlike the sooner. So, for instance, if you go, if you're in the second, the first rakaat, you're in the second semester, you're in the second rakaat second semester, and instead of sitting, you go up, you've left out the Zulus, and the Tisha hood, Tucson, and makeda. So now you owe a cell which one
a public, right because you you've admitted, now, if you did something like you recited out loud, the the the the fact that
you know, it works should have been a setup, then that's a comission. Right. And then if you sat, for instance,
first record, you did the Jews, and you did the Tisha hood, then you realize, then that's a comission. So that's a baddie, you go up and you just continue on with your prayer.
The moon, nothing is going to affect as long as you don't do anything completely insane. The the Imam takes all of your
commissions and omissions
unless it happened after his Salaam and then you are doing a record, and you make a mistake in that record, then then you redress it, but the Imam takes your prayer. That's why the Imams role is so important because the mom
is carrying the prayers of the of the congregation, the province I sent him said to put forward he said, one of the signs of the end of time is people will put the moms with good voices.
You know, that he said, they won't have 50 they'll just be people that have good voices. And and so you want good people to lead your prayer because they're carrying your prayer?
Then you sit down with them.
Yeah. See, look, if you come in with the I mean, this, this is the most complicated section in prayer. And it's kind of I don't know if it's designed to just keep people really present in it. I mean, it seems like magic is just like, you better be present in your prayer because if you mess these up, you're gonna really be in trouble. Do you know it's almost like he's kind of saying that it's like it's it's it's worth paying attention in your prayer.
if you come in and the mom is in the the first record, the second record and you you so this is your first rocket you go down with him and then he sits you sit with him, but now you're going to owe a rocket so when he says his Salaam you get up and you finish the rocket you build on whatever it is. Now the only thing about sometimes you can end up doing 3g lose
all right, with the because you have to do a juice for this the second rakaat and then the third and the fourth so you'll end up doing 3g loose in some situations if you come in late with the mom all right
can because you did a Jew lose and then in the second rocket you do another Jew lose.
And then you do a third third you lose at the end of the prayer. So you get 3g loosen that
Yeah, you say that to here with the Imam? Yeah.
Yeah, no, you wait, you do the to shout, you do this salted Ebrahimi at the end of your prayer. You act as if that's your second one.
It doesn't it doesn't affect it. Yeah, it doesn't affect it. No.
That's one way to remember
we'll get Yeah, that's that's under congregational prayer. You know, it's the it's the rules related to congregational prayer.
The lights on and our, our, you know, there's only eight stress and then, right? The, the the server and the jaha, the Jews, the Shah hood, right? And the
two or more the tech deal that you have to do. And then
so any of those that you miss out, right? You have you do a sell for right. But if it's like, the lights on like a if you if you have to tech via right, or if you have
I'm going to go over all these. Okay, so so I'll go from because because I need I want let me get through this section and then I'll go over
Say that again.
It has broken, so you have to redress the fact that has
no if you miss it in any one record. Yeah. So for instance, if you if you went down into the Roku, you'd have to go back up and do the fact you have again like that, and then you would Oh,
you would owe a settle for that.
No, you'd go You have to do if you forgot you'd go back up do recite.
It depends on where you are. If you're still in the ruku
leaving out a so a pillar must be redressed no prostration. forgetfulness can suffice for redress a record before bowing in the following record.
All right, so redress a search depth before rising from the bowing position in the following what aka redressal fat you have before rising from Roku. If you've risen from Roku, then you have to do
you do a record at the end right.
You do a record at the end and then you do the the the so so for such depth for one, Miss prostration. If one had not sat returned to the sitting position, and then make up the missed prostration continue on. If one had sat, go directly into frustration and continue on from missing both prostrations go directly into frustration and continue on in all these cases of baddies owed for the extra actions performed. So if one missed the chance to redress the pillar, then the record that contains the Miss pillar is voided. And then the one that follows takes its place Abadi is owed unless the record that was voided contained a surah. And the record that replaced it is without a
surah in that case of abuse owed. In the case of leaving out Al Fatiha if one missed the chance to redress it, finished the prayer, perform up calmly and repeat the prayer with the intention that is that it is obligatory to repeat it, regardless of whether the time is still in or not. So you'd you'd redress it, and then make up the prayer like that. So this now I'm going to go through the
the actions of the prayer related to Al Fatiha.
if you leave out the fact that you complete the prayer
and do a publie and then make up the prayer
recite an extra fact unintentionally, then you do a bad because you've done comission repeated in fact you had to redress a mistake you do a bad deed. So if you made a mistake and in the like you recited the fact that has signed
In an audible record,
then then you repeat it again and then you do a bad deed because of the comission recited three verses or more of fact that has silently in an audible record you do a public
recited three verses are more effective, how audibly an assignment record you do a baggie.
So, those are related to the fact you have
in the surah.
If you left out the surah, then you do a public
if you left out,
if you recited the sort of a foreign fat your hand did not repeat it after then you do a public so you decided to sort of before Al Fatiha and did not repeat it after Al Fatiha then you do the public
recited the surah before Al Fatiha and repeated after then there's nothing owed
recited the sort of silently in two rakaats in an audible prayer you do a public
recited three verses or more of the sort of audibly in a silent prayer, you do a baddie
recited multiple sources in a record nothing
recited a portion of a sword or nothing. So even though in Malik's madhhab
it's my job to recite the surah completely if you don't, it's not there's nothing Oh, that's acceptable.
And then started one sorter and move to another before completing the first nothing.
Also, the order of the soil is the same. It's it's my job to follow the order of the poron. But if you don't, it's it doesn't affect you. So those are
the those are the this is related to the sorter and then the tech VR and the tech meets so the tech we're saying Allahu Akbar that means to me Allahu demon. hamidah if you left out two or more tech vierra then you owe accompli
left out two or more semi I love with him and hamidah you Oh probably
left out a combination of tech Veera and Amida, you're probably
left out only one tech Brr. Right, then you Oh, nothing left out only one centimeter, nothing.
Now on the Tisha hood,
if you leave out the Tisha hood,
you remembered it after both knees and hands have left the ground and didn't return to it, then you Oh accompli.
So once you go up off the ground, you've omitted doing your dish out. And you have the Jews and the saying that Tisha hood. So and sitting for it. So all those those are all your redressing those remembered it before completing, in fact, you have and went back back down to repeat it. So in that case, you owe a baddie. Right? Because you shouldn't have
now you've done you've done except excess of movement.
Did everybody follow that?
In other words,
you know, we should make maybe copies for these and give them I think that'd be easier, because this just it's a complicated chapter. I mean, to make it you know, as simple as possible. The, you know, what, what you have to keep in mind is that it's either excess, or, you know, you're either committing something, you're omitting something, if it's committing something, then you owe the body if it's omitting something if you've forgotten something, you Oh, probably that's the basic rule. And but then you have to know the stress soon.
All right, you have to know the the eight stresses and because that's going to relate what what you owe, or two or more of the lights, and then if it gets,
you know, if it gets where you've you've, you're in check, then you do the public. Right. So if you're if you think you owe a bad deal, and then the the the public overwhelms the bad and if you do make a mistake, because sometimes you'll do this, you'll do a company or a body and it serves as the cell. So even if you make a mistake in your cell, you did the cell as long as you did the cell whether it was before or after the PR is valid. So don't don't get obsessed about you know, if you can't remember this, do the do the
And then the record unintentionally added an extra rocket. So this is related to the rockets, then you owe you owe a Abadi. So if you added an extra rocket, like if you went up for a fifth rocket and then you realized then you add you've done you've done omission commission so you add a bad deal at the end of that now, what's important to remember is if you know that he mom's wrong
on a fifth Rakhi don't go up with him because if you do go up with him your prayers invalid.
So, so if you're certain that he mom has done four records, or three and motherboard, two and Pfizer, and he goes up for a third don't go up with him. Wait until he comes back down. I mean, you say Subhanallah you call his attention at wait till he comes back down and then finish the prayer with him like that. And then you do the settle with him.
But don't follow him in in that
which is a good point about one of the things about prayer is it teaches you not to follow blindly.
You know that you maintain your own even if the if the mom's wrong, and you know he's wrong. You don't follow him?
in a in a broken
Yeah, you do it with him? Because he made the mistake and you're you're in his prayer. Yeah.
There's a salon after Yeah, there's the second salon. So you do two salons.
Yeah, if you do a baddie, you do a second salon to get out of the prayer. And then in so in the market, if you intentionally added a recut, then it's, it nullifies the PR you have to make up for if you unintentionally doubled up the number of records, then again, you have to redo your prayer, if you intentionally left out a record, again, prayers invalid if you doubted the number of rukka then built on certainty and, and complete records there was doubt about then you do a bad day. So always this is the rule, you always build on what you're certain. So if you if you've prayed.
If you're in a rocket, and they think did I pray three or four, you build on three.
And then you do the baddie. All right.
Because what you might have done is an extra rocket but you always build on what you're certain you've been really a pain. So if you if you ever have doubt, you just look at what you're certain about and you base the redressing on your certainty
so in the Roku are
forgetful they added Roku what you do a baddie
intentionally added a Roku it ruins the press such that if you forget fle added the such that you do Abadi. The obligatory prayer, if you intentionally added it, it nullifies it, and then the final saddam if you if doubted performing the exit saddam and an intermediate period of time passed or moved out of one's place without turning one's back to the Fiddler. Then sit down repeat that the shadowed and the final salon and you do a baddie. So if you're there and you realize I didn't exit from the prayer and it's not that long of a time, you know, it's moderate amount and you haven't turned away from the tablet then you just do it and you do your
you do your the prayer, if you doubt, performing the exit Salaam and a long time has passed and you have to repeat the prayer. All right, undoubted Performance Excellence short time has passed, was still sitting in one's place then performs this Salaam then there's nothing on you. If it's a short time.
unintentionally performing the salon before completing the necessary number of records then perform tech beer and complete the Misra cat then you're badly so unintentionally performing the system before completing the necessary number of records. then perform takbeer and complete the Mr. Cat. You do the baddie intentionally performing Islam or doubting completing the prayer then you make up the prayer
correcting a Quran reciter other than your Imam you oh you have to make up the person
Because you can't talk in the prayer unless it's to correct your own Imam.
And then speech that's not from the prayer unintentionally spoke a few words or even one letter, you do a bad deed, because you've committed. If you unintentionally spoke a lot of words, then you make up the prayer intentionally spoke even a letter, then you make up the prayer. And then to rectify the mistakes, there's nothing owed on you.
If you if you're weeping intentionally with sound, so like showing off or something, it invalidates the prayer.
I mean, there are people that do things like that.
And then unintentionally over a worldly matter if it is for a short amount of time with sound you owe Abadi. So you lost your job and you start weeping.
If it's for a worldly matter than if it has sound, there's just tears, it's not but if it has sound, then you owe the body and then unintentionally over worldly matter if it's for a long time.
With sound, then then it invalidates the prayer.
And then without sound a bit is not for a long period of time, nothing without sound for a long period of time.
Then you should also make up the prayer and then smiling also or laughing haha breaks the prayer if you laugh.
If it's smiling, if you smile for us versus being recited, and it's a beautiful verse, and it's something that brings you joy, then that's fine. But if it's over, like worldly matters, or things like that, yeah.
Yeah, that's what I mean. If no, if it's something brief, then it's nothing. But if it's if it's distracting your prayer, then that that's really what they're looking at, where you're not really thinking about your prayer, because the prayer is a place of haber. It's a place to be in awe of God. And it's not a place to be it's, uh, you know, people don't laugh in front of a world, the king or a president. You know, so the analogy there is, you know, if you're in the presence of majesty, you tend to, I mean, I've been in like, you know, I've been in King Hudson's court. I've been in, trust me, nobody laughs
I mean, nobody laughs so that that's the metaphor. It's just, it's inappropriate in the presence of divine majesty. To to be laughing and if you're smiling, King's gonna wonder what the hell is he smiling about? You know?
it's very interesting, you know, being in because you really get especially in medieval because King Hansen's court. I mean, it's not the same as his son, but King Hudson's court was like a medieval court very much. So you really felt this must have been what it was like, you know, several 100 years ago, because it was very, and one of the things about it is, you know, nobody ever made eye contact with him. It was very interesting. He would look people look away.
You know, it's just the act of sitting with the king. It was very interesting to see that
Moroccans are funny too, because,
you know, King Hassan was
he was like this polymath, you know, he he could do so many things. That if you go into any store in Morocco, if it's like a sporting goods store.
It's so funny, that have a picture of King Hassan playing tennis or playing golf. You know, if you went into the the the coffee or tea shop, he'd be drinking a cup of tea, like a picture of drinking tea. If you went into the NFL, I'm not joking. If you went into the to make a phone call, like in the tele boutique, he'd be on the phone. Right. So everything but if you went to the tailor's thing they would have him being measured for a suit, a picture of him being measured for a suit. So wherever you went, they would have a picture of the king that worked for so when I when I was recording the vote that we went to the studio, you know to record the boat, and I walk in and all of
a sudden I'm again I look up and there's King Hasson playing the accordion. I swear to God, and I just I said to the rock and I said,
Could Kinison play. Was he a musician? He said, we'll see if he could.
I said really, he said he was a great musician. And I said
that's amazing. He said a mulligan
In a last minute conclusion,
what dilemma econometric
said like for us Moroccans, the king has to be good at everything, or else he shouldn't be king.
And then if you went into the religious place, he'd be reciting poron praying Tara we.
So also if you say your hammock a lot to somebody who sneezed your daddy?
Right? If you intentionally say that knowingly, then it breaks the prayer.
Also replying to somebody who says that, in unintentionally blowing with the mouth,
like that, doing something like that, you're a bad dude, because it's like sound.
But intentionally, then it's the invalidates the prayer.
I mean, if you do that, it's not gonna Yeah, it doesn't. It doesn't harm it. And then
then the laughing again, if it has a sound, if it's called
you potato, then it breaks the prayer.
And then eating or drinking, if it's intentionally, then it breaks the profits unintentionally, then it's a bad day, if it's a small amount.
And then, if you fall asleep while you're praying, it invalidates the prayer. Yeah.
If you have any stomach reflex and you didn't swallow it, then it doesn't harm the prayer. If it's vomit, then it does.
As long as it hasn't changed.
And then also, you know, if somebody intentionally belches then it invalidates the prayer. If they couldn't help it, then it's a bad thing.
ya know, you can start over. Yeah, if you're really not it's good to go do Voodoo again like if you're really because sometimes people go into the prayer and they're just completely and they realize it then you Yeah, it's good to to do that.
You know, if you didn't have like any knee or anything if you came in and you and and you should finish the prayer and then repeat it just make it up again. Yeah, cuz it's not good to break a prayer that you've gone into if you're not yet you finish the prayer. But you can make it up if you feel like I didn't have horseshoe in that prayer you can go and do will do and then make make the prayer up.
you just leave the prayer once you've lost will do yeah, you just leave the prayer. Yeah. The prayers cuz that goes to prayer or if you remember if you're an Imam and and you and and you and and you remember that you weren't in the window or something your prayer up to that point is valid. But if you if you wait at all, you invalidate the prayer the people praying behind you as well. So the Imam has to
leave the prayer immediately and either do is to allow if he doesn't think anybody there would would know the prayer then he doesn't do this. But somebody can take over the prayer if they know that they know the rules and the mom doesn't know that and they go out then they can take over the parent but they have to make that Nia uh huh
whoever did what
I don't know that.
I don't know that having haha.
As you approach this a lot Can you delay it with if you're like, really, you know, emotionally distraught or stressed out versus how you say, this is a good example of getting started, and you kind of didn't realize this issue all wasn't all there. But what about as you're approaching? And how is that in reference to Gemma? like yourself, you know what I mean? Like, if you're coming into the reseller, and you're knowing a lot, let's say it's, you know, to our windows,
to say, for example, and you just got out of it. Can you
delay this? Like, can you do that? Can you delay it knowing that if I do it right now, you know, like, my mind is just really stressed out along the emotional, you know, what I mean? Like, how does that work?
And if it's Jamaat want to catch it, but you're like,
I just cannot compose myself. But, you
know, that's true people take, you know, people take time and I mentioned the other day, I think about the Libyan man. Did I tell that in here?
Yeah, getting the Kaaba in his mind.
You know, he used to always you come to the prayer, and everybody say, Allahu Akbar, and then you know, he's Wait, and then like, the Imams well into the first Roccat. And they'd hear him Allah like above. So finally, you know, somebody just said to him, why you always wait to go into the theater to the hat on. He said, You guys are so much better than me. It takes me that time to get the cabin in front of me. They made him the mom.
So I mean, it's definitely Yahushua is aladeen, home to Saracen. Hi Sharon. Mean, Allah says that there are people who are in the prayer, you know, that they have who should and who should is related to presence, you know, and it's his discharge, you know, it's related to really feeling the divine presence that you're in the divine, because the prophesied to them. The reason he said you should never go in front of a person praying is because he said, you know, God, he is in intimate discourse with his Lord. Now, obviously, not everybody's in that state. But that's the ideal. And that's what you're not supposed to be breaking. Because if you pass in front of somebody, you could
completely and that's happened. I mean, I was, I was in the hot on once. And I mean, I was in a complete heart and a prayer. And some guy next to me just started doing this, you know, moving around and, and completely just took me away from it. So that happens. It's very real. You know, I mean, obviously, some people they don't, you know, there's stories of Sahaba about, you know, pulling out the arrow and things wait till he's in prayer. That's real. That is real.
I mean, that is absolutely real of people that were so present with their Lord that they did not feel their bodies. I know that's real.
No, I wouldn't leave the prayer. Just if you should finish the prayer. No, unless you didn't have Nia Unless, you know, there was something
that actually helps you get out.
That's true. Yeah.
I mean, you shouldn't leave the prayer. Once you go in unless you did not have any
you know, that then then you you should
but if you didn't feel like you had to shoot in the prayer, again, you can a person of love Villa and also don't forget, part of the reason why the prophets I sent him said that he gave us the robotic You know, there's there's an atom aka like the four rockets before the whole, and the four rockets after that's NASA dhamaka. It's very strong nepeta. The reason that you do those is to redress the what is deficient in the prayer.
So they're really it's like a decompression chamber. You know, you there's the anti chamber. Yeah, exactly. So you get ready, and then you do the second as a way of redressing that what was in there and that's why you
Right when you finish the prayer The sooner is to say a stock that a lot immediately that's the first thing you do a search online a common stock for a lot because there's always deficiency in the prayer. And the first thing people are taking into account for according to the Hadith is the Salah, you know has evil and and the Hadith says if there's any deficiency in their form the Hells Angels look into their extra prayers and take from that to
you know to redress the wrongs of the of the form so
Then you just finish wherever you were Yeah, if he left you without an Imam then you become
your own Imam your Nia changes. Yeah.
Yeah, you're in it because before your time now you're
Yeah, in your head that your prayers your own.
You shouldn't follow somebody next to you. There's I think there's a method that does that. I don't know. Where you actually
pray with the person next to you and follow them. I've seen people do that. I don't know if that's a an opinion or but that's not you can't do that. And Monica method. Because the mom has to have you know, he's leading you. Yeah.
My God before what?
Yeah, see, the rock says, if you have a lot of Westwater. He says to do pull that out of the Robin NASS, before you do your tech theater head on.
You can do whatever you want before you go into the prayer.
Yeah, no, you do do in the chat here after you finish. Yeah, it's good to do.
Yeah, no, do as good in the after you finish the start off at ebrahimian. Then you do do as long as the amount is going then when he says sir, um, you go out? If you're on your own, you do it as well. Yeah, that's you can do that.
The in terms of the traveling prayers.
Well, let's do drama. That's the next section.
In terms of the jhamora Fasano, the molten rocket forea bazzara. To do Martini hospital.
in villages and cities, it's required to pray a congregational prayer that follows a sermon. So
for for the monarchies, you have to have a party and that means there has to be a marketplace. So it's not just a collection of houses. There has to be a marketplace that there's no marketplace. Then the Juma like here. I'm doing pray because that's an opinion. But here according to monarchies, there's no Juma you just prayed the whole where I live with the Bedouin, in Mauritania, they don't pray Juma.
You know their resident they don't pray Juma. They just pray.
The hope so because Bedouin don't pray Juma
and there also has to be a gym and the gym is a mosque erected for Friday prayer. And this obligation is binding upon every resident without a valid excuse not to attend who is a free male and lives within a parasite. Right of the masjid. So it's like three miles
from from from the masjid.
Well, it depends on
it depends on whether you it's it's basically the parasite is which is, I think it's a it's a Hindu word actually but the Arabs called the fossa. And depending upon which number you use for the Arabic mile, some use 2000 cubits. That's what my teachers used and more tiny was 2000 cubits. A qubit is one arm's length. So the Bible uses the cubits. It talks about the cubits, it's from your elbow to the tip of your thumb. So 2000 or 3500, those are the two opinions. Some say it's 2000. And that's what my team's default, which would mean that it's valid to pray the traveling pros with 30 miles of an English mile
are on Juma but I'm just giving you the what what what they measure here. So there's a difference. If that's the case, then then this is about it's almost two miles the parasite here, which would be an obligation so if you live within two miles now obviously this is walking pre,
you know, car and things. And
I mean, technically these these, these types of rulings don't change.
So for instance, 30 miles before cars was an incredible, you know, it's a day's journey. Now it's 30 minutes.
But the rule still applies that that's why it's looked at. So anyway, that that's what he says about the
the Mustapha and then
it also suffices in place of the heart
and others upon whom it's not incumbent such as women. Women don't have to pray Juma if they want to go to the gym they shouldn't be prevented from going to gym out but it's not an obligation on them because of children it's just seen as a you know the the menstruation all the things that prevent women from leaving the houses things like that so it's it's it's not in any way knocks in her
it's just a it's a toughy for the women that's all it is but if she wants to go the professor ACM said let him now in my Allah massage it a lot don't prevent this maid servants of God from going to the massage. If they want to go the massage the husbands are supposed to facilitate that for them, but they don't have to. In monarchy in the monarchy jurisprudence, you need 12 male residents in order for there to be a Juma if there's not 12 male residents with the Imam than the Juma you pray the whole instead.
Our hanifa has three right.
And then a machete I think has 38
with the mommy Oh.
What's that? Huh?
mocha Luffy they have to be more Philippine resident male in order I mean, it's what what? minion what the Jews call the minion because they have the same ruling.
I mean, that's an opinion, you know, that. I mean, there's people that do that. So
in Monica madhhab. It's not it's not a valid Juma but it's valid in the other med hubs. If you if if you know Shahab Dolman Bay, who's he's a Maliki but he's of the opinion in the West be really lenient on the Juma just give people a lot of room because they're not living in a country that has the day off on Friday, that there's a lot of problems that go with it because I can in the humbling method, you can pray before
as long as the hook but the actual sermon is after a while. So he said just let people if they you know if they need to make it at 12 o'clock for the lunch hour, and then the mom should do it till like 1230 when the oil comes in and then give the hookah
Yeah, I'm sorry the prayer as long as the records are in the after the wild time.
The hot spot can be before there's a lot. So, you know, that's his opinion. And, you know, I, I think people need to be facilitated to do that. If you're a physician, you know, and you have to, you're on call or you have to be near the hospital, then it could be, you know, jeopardize your work like that. And then you can, if, you know, I don't, I don't really like to say this, because Juma is meant to shadow. But there's a valid opinion that the gym is not even valid in
you know, non non Muslim countries. Yeah. So, in fact, there's an opinion that the gym is not even valid anymore in Muslim countries, which is why in Syria, the onomah, a lot of the owner prayed the whole after Juma
who's been to Syria and seen that have you seen that? Yeah, they pray the hub, everybody. And that's because their folk Aha, yeah, know. So they pray the Juma and then they pray the door open.
So, you know, because you need a,
you know Juma is really a function of the Imam. And if you don't have an Imam to sanction that,
the Iranians didn't pray to Him until Khomeini
they prayed the whole, there was no drama in Iran. So Khomeini came back after they toppled the Shah. So you know, those, but there's no doubt there's a hadith in the walpa, that whoever leaves three Juma without valid reason gets a seal on their heart. So the congregation prayer isn't important. It's from the Shire. And it's it's an important thing to maintain in our community. That's why I wouldn't say that, but if you do have difficulties in your job or something like that, you know,
you just do what you have to do. And and there are there's leniency. It's not like a rigid thing.
All right, and then a lot of Joomla is here are invalid anyway, just fine, because the amounts don't know what they're doing. I mean, that's just a fact. There's, there's a lot of, if you if you ask them, what are the obligations of Joomla a lot of these people that are leading the prayers, couldn't tell you.
You know, I mean, I've gone to hospitals where the it's all there mispronouncing all the Hadees all the i's are, you know, the lava and the nostrils and the jar, it's all over the place. Like Jade said the man who gave the hookah you know, the hurdle the hurdle facade of sell borrow well borrow, you know, and and then the man got up he said, Well, Alan Lim borrow.
Does the Arabic joke
because Alan, sell sell Barbary? Well, Buhari should be mature, but he made it he put it in the nominative case, it should have been the genitive case. So the guy said Well, I mean bottle you know, like,
the corruption is also on the minbar because the verse says, you know, there's corruption on the sea and on the land.
So, you know, it's, it's a problem.
So generally, it's good to do the Juma prayer. I mean, I think we often pray the Juma with the NEA and then do a vote of prayer is a good thing to do.
This is a masala where it's a temporary masala it's not a Masjid. So temporary masala. Yeah.
Wherever you are, as long as it's a clean place, you can do it in your room. You know, wherever you are, as long as it's a clean place. Obviously, the more people in the Jamaat with Monique you get agenda there's an opinion with your wife you know or husband that that's a Gemma but generally it's three. You know, if you have three people you get the reward of the praying in the Gemini.
So but the masjid has an extra
You know, in in this, that's a shaft that you position.
And there's definitely strong Hadees for that Malik didn't have it. It wasn't something he found people in Medina doing
He considered those hobbies to be housewives. You know, there's certain things that Prophet allowed certain people to do that didn't have a universal applicability. But there's one Mr. Ebro, a man in the Maliki madhhab, who considered it valid, like women could lead the women in prayer, if they do lead the women in prayer, they don't lead out front and lead. Yeah, in the same frontline with the women. I mean, I tend to incline I mean, I like that position, you know, personally.
And I also
I like the Chinese practice, which is to have missions for women, I think that's a really neat cultural practice of the Chinese Muslims, because the Chinese have massage it just for women. Women's only, I mean, it's interesting here, you know, they say separate but not equal, is unconstitutional, that, you know, the Jim Crow laws were considered unconstitutional. And, you know, the only place that we have now segregation is in toilets, which is changing in the universities now, because now they're actually starting to have shared
bathrooms, between male and female. That's what I heard anyway. I mean, it was a kind of a shock for me to hear that. But, you know, the idea is that there's certain things that you want privacy, you want your private space, and, and the polarity the dynamic of men and women is such that there's always the potential for attraction. And for me, it's, it's a cliched motif in Hollywood films to have the church scene where the two young people are, like, looking at each other, while the ministers giving the sermon. I mean, that's like a cliche, in in untold numbers of films, but it's not a cliche, for no reason, right? Because I remember being in church, right, when I was a
teenager, and and, and so there is a reality to you know, just to, to helping people to get their intentions, right is one of the reasons why. And it's actually a testimony to the higher spirituality of women, that men don't have women praying in front of them, you know, whereas the women can have the men praying in front of them. You know, it's, it's really a testament. And, and there's a reality to the fact that women are not as attracted to physical form as men are, I mean, this has been done, this is social science, that that a physical, I mean, you know, Stanford did studies where they would show naked pictures to men, and they would become aroused by them, and then
they would show naked pictures to women, and they would laugh, you know, it was,
you know, that is just a very different response. So, you know, because women need much more emotional content, in, in, in, in, in, in intimacy than men. I mean, it's a weakness in men. So that, you know, that idea of having separate space is very much, you know, it's the Jewish and the Islamic position, the Christians, obviously, in early Christianity, it was more like that. But, you know, as Christianity developed, it changed, but they really did us to have separate, you know, they had separate areas for the men and the women.
That's, you know, that's obviously no longer the case.
But that's, that's,
you know, that's the
so I do like that, you know, personally, I like that idea. And I like the Chinese model of having, you know, in Baghdad, they used to have these robots for divorced women, where they could go into hardware, and they would actually do their, their period in a spiritual state. Because one of the things about divorce
is, you know, for women in particular, are much more devastated by divorce than men, although there are men that can be heavily devastated by divorce, but men tend to, you know,
tend to handle it better than women. But that opens up a spiritual, you know, opening for a woman, it's like, you know, when I worked in critical care, because I was in a cardiac unit. It was always amazing to see these people right after heart attack.
And you'd see this gap that usually lasted for about three days
where they were really reflecting and thinking about death and and I need to reassess my life and I need to get my priorities right and, but then they start feeling better the doctor would say you're looking gray, you know, there's just
put you on this, that or the other and you'll be feeling fine fit as a fiddle, and you would just see the change and then they just go back and start making their plans.
And so those are like spiritual windows that people have in their lives. When when you know, a sudden
Death your parents die.
You get these spiritual windows and in the heart opens up to it, and then it closes back again. And divorce is one of those times. And and you can go the kind of resentful, angry route, which is one way and a lot of people choose to go that way. But it's also a time just to realize, one, you know that women don't need men to be completed. You know, women are not completed by men. Men already know that generally, but women, that that's something that is has to be learned over over time, that that there's a complimentary relationship between men and women. But the A woman is complete unto herself, she does not need a man to be complete. And Maryam is a great example of that. That's why
she's such an exemplar in the Quran, because Mary is the woman who doesn't need men to be impregnated. And she doesn't need men for her provision. God gave her both those things. And one of the meanings of a man Maryam in Hebrew is a woman worth to man. You know, I mean, because that's essentially what a man gives a woman provision and and pregnancy, but God gave them out of him both those things without a man so she's, she's got the
She's got the,
you know, that spiritual advantage of not needing the man so that opening is an incredible opening for women. And it would be good for us to develop those things in this culture, I think you have to have retreat places for women.
So that they can develop within their own spiritual context because they have a different spirituality than men do. And, and the Prophet slicin definitely address that aspect.
and then the sooner Juma is to perform a hustle just before leaving, it's better to do it right before you go to the masjid. If you do it in the morning. If you're working, that's fine, but the son has to do it right before you were the messenger.
It's recommended to leave for it at the time of the midday heat before the the zenith when it's starting to get really hot that you'd like about 1130 and then go before the actual while, go into the masjid and do some, like read Soraka have do something and then to go in an elegant manner, which means according to Papa, you're cutting the nails shaving the pubic hair, removing the armpit hair,
and then wearing the best clothes preferably white and applying the best perfume and cleaning one's teeth.
Unfortunately, you know, in the old days,
and like I saw Morocco when it still Juma was a real serious thing. Because the older people in Morocco always wore their best clothes. It was a beautiful thing to see Juma. That's all changed, which is a bad sign as far as I
am concerned. You know, in the West, you call it your Sunday best, you know that it used to be people actually had clothes they that they saved just for Sunday, and it was their best suit because the idea you're going to God's house and you you know you give God your best. Now you see people in T shirts and jeans. You know, they look like they haven't taken a bath in a couple days and you know, yellow teas.
It's it's not a good sign. I mean, these are all the prophesizing was teaching people.
Yeah, excellence in there, you know, and he was very concerned about hygiene prophesized him had he he could not stand bad smells. I mean, he said Whoever eats onions and and
and garlic stay away from our our massage it just don't come. Right so Ramadan you know, Allahu Akbar, you got incredible Kati are in this thing and then somebody belches next year and this whiff of you know, whatever they ate, you know garlic and onions and is just you know, those those type things are in the Prophet didn't like even belching. You know, he said to a man, who Belsky said you know, cufon Caddyshack, you know Don't you know, don't belching in our company. You know, it's just those types of things are all about civility and adab and comportment. And, you know, the prophets I sent him had he just had so much Adam and everything that he did. You know, he was more modest than
In her cloister before she came out, you know, like,
he had incredible modesty things, st things in his gathering were always done in the best of taste. And, and he I,
despite that, I mean, he had a wonderful sense of humor. And he was certainly
in no way approved. I mean, the prophets, I'm so far from approved anybody that reads, you know, the CRR, and some of these amazing stories, and he was not prudish at all he was, he was very, he recognized human nature, human foibles.
And, and he laughed at the appropriate times, he never laughed inappropriately, but at appropriate times, he laughed and, and, and he told jokes. And he appreciated a good joke. I mean, his Sahaba used to tell jokes, and he would laugh with them. So and no, a man who was like a court jester used to make him laugh, you know, and he was a character. I mean, he used to send him
used to send him gifts, like you'd send him you know, food or perfume. And, and, and then
he'd send the guy that he bought it from, to the profit to pay for it.
So manage it for you. He said, No, a man bought some perfume from me. When I asked him for the money, he told me to get it from you. So it gives a profit to give, but then he charged him for it.
And the Prophet loved him, you know, I mean, in the rewire, I mean, they're of the opinion that he was the man who was punished for drinking alcohol, when he was punished. And people forget that the prophets I sent him, you know, they did not have harsh punishment, like they used to, you know, it was like a public shame thing. Like, we used to have blocks in America, you know, that block, you put people in blocks that have this, because they would it was public shaming, you know, just so you know, keep public order. But that's, that, in a sense, is what they were doing, like the prophet SAW them. When people were punished, it was usually with a palm fiber. It wasn't hard. And you know, but
but he was punished for drinking. And, and it had been more than one time and somebody was there seeing it, and he said, alone, Milan, whoa, you know, god damn him. And the Prophet said, Don't damn him because
the only thing I know about that man is he loves God and His Messenger. And that's in El Buhari.
And even hazard says that that is the most hopeful Hades for the people of major sins. Because even though the man was a reprobate,
the Prophet did not deny his love for God and for the messenger
for so a congregation 13 people is needed, which is 12 and the Imam for other obligatory prayers, it is a confirmed some, the reward of praying in a congregation is realized with only one record or any portion thereof performed behind the Imam.
And so now, the recommended acts in the prayer in congregation It is recommended for an individual to repeat a prayer that is performed alone should you find a congregation performing it, except for Maghreb as well as Isha if you perform with them. So if you prayed on your own the hall, and then you find a group praying the whole it's recommended that you pray the you can't lead the prayer, because you've already performed your fault. So you should not leave the prayer. But But if you find a congregational prayer, then you should pray it.
You should pray it again. If you don't have to, again, it's just Monday. It's Monday. So it's a good thing.
You know, it's my crew in MIT, you can do it. It's my crew to do it.
Because NASA does more private thing. Even in mallex madhhab pedal we is better in your house.
Yeah. than in the in the masjid. It's better to pray in your house. Unless you're lazy and you end up not doing it. But if you actually can do it is better pray in your house than it is in the masjid with the you know, there's a lot of things Muslims do that are very interesting. Like one of the things that I find amazing is
in Mecca, the Terra de is huge. I mean, Tara we Mecca is just unbelievable. But a wife is better than Talia.
And that's the best time to make fell off because nobody's making the love they're offering.
Even though tawaf is better than federal. We're
This is really interesting. There's a lot of things like that Muslims do where they just get it completely backward.
Oh, yeah, you need to do pop up. We're gonna get to Cabo. Because it's an important Bab and some people do have prayers that they need to make up. But the in Maliki your Nia has to be the same as the Imams.
Like in Shafi they don't. So if you're making up a prayer that's different from the Imams, Nia, it's, it's invalid if you're doing praying behind, so for instance, he's praying the heart but you're doing a makeup of the heart from two days ago. It's not it's not valid. Because he's doing that the hard work. He's doing that and you're doing Koba. So there's
together, that I mean, that's valid. Yeah.
Know, you can pray with your family you can pray with Yeah. But but it's better to pray the Navidad is always better between you and God. Because, you know, the husband naps is that see the thing about farm, there's no real in follow.
Now, there might be, but there shouldn't be because
everybody has to pray for them. So you're not doing anything extra. You're doing what you're obliged to be doing. But when you're doing national, you're doing extra. So there's always the fear of the ostentation, the spiritual pride, the showing off coming in. And so generally, you know, the shediac develops, you say, it's always better not to tell people you're fasting. You know, it's better. When you're doing extra things. If it's Ramadan, everybody's fasting is no big deal. But if you're doing not Fuda, you know, it's like the man who's praying and really long prayer. And, you know, and two men are talking, he says, Hello, that man, so amazing. You know, he's here every day. He does all
these extra prayers. And, you know, the mantras on its head, and you didn't mention I was fasting.
Yeah, you can some some some of the illnesses macro. To do that. I definitely wouldn't encourage it for the Imam. Because you're, you're, you're discouraging the hell. You know, so. So the and that's one of the hustla is of our own is memorization. I mean, this oma, you know, most, very few people and other religions know their scripture. I mean, Mr. Porter be in his Tafseer in nationalism decorating the house, you don't in that verse. He mentions that in ntuc, because he was living in October, he mentioned that one of the
Christians who was a calligrapher, Master calligrapher, he did a Torah, but he put mistakes in it.
And he took it to the Jews, like the best Rabbi
in Cordoba. And he asked him to read it and tell him what he thought, and he read the whole thing. He said, Do you read the hotel? He said, Yeah, I said, What do you think he says, a beautiful edition of the Torah? He says, Are you sure? He said, Absolutely. He said, would you use it in your congregation? He said, Yes. And then he did an edition of the gospel, and he put mistakes in it on purpose. And then he took it to the leader of the Christians and same thing, and he told beautiful addition calligraphies excellent, you know, and and he said, so you would use this and your, he said, Absolutely. And then he did, he did a Quran. And he took it to the Imam in Cordoba. Remember,
we mentioned this in his Tafseer. So then he took it to the Imam and he said, could you read this and tell me what you think? So he read it all the way through, he said needs to be burnt.
And he said, Why? He said, there are several mistakes in it.
And so he said that he knew that that that the Quran had been preserved, but it wasn't preserved by the writings preserved by the memory, like our reliance is not on the Muslims.
It's on the level of the masters of the I mean, I'll give you an example. I had a handwritten copy of Sahil Bahati from the delay. Zambia in Morocco is about 400 years old, beautiful addition.
I tell this story with pain, but a really beautiful addition gold
And I had a half over who knows all nine collections by road.
I mean, just all nine with this net. And I showed them this addition he was he was looking at you said there's a mistake and that Heidi
and I and he said it's missing the men should be a missionary. And
it is amazing. So that's that's the you know, the devil is like,
so, you know, if you're doing it privately, yeah, but I wouldn't encourage that in the massages.
You know, people should either get a hug and also it's not necessary that you read the whole Quran in Korea.
That that's something that was you know, it's not necessarily
Mateus Raman who I mean just you know, people can read whatever they want from
it it's good to do hartham in Ramadan but it's not necessary to do it in the title which is valid the Hutton is not a sharp or condition of the tearaway
I mean, I would get like, because you if you have too much movement, it invalidates your prayer. And that can be too much movement you know, so
but you can get a stand you know, they have stands like a
stand you can get a stand and read from the Quran like that if you want
Well, now Twitter or whatever they call those things, you know, you they're gonna have those, I'm sure with the forum pretty soon.
I have Yeah.
But the you know, they'll have the information they'll just have a health chip. Put in your head.
Turn the page. Yeah.
I mean, that was only from Medina.
That off, they had to watch after every two rockets, they would make the love.
But even Abizaid says that you can do that, you know, it's in.
Go ahead. Sorry, I was just thinking about No, no, go ahead. I was just thinking about that.
Yeah, you can move slightly in the prayer. If you need to move to avoid like even to avoid a insect or something like that. You can move in the front. It just shouldn't be more than three prayer.
Even if you come into the prayer, and they're in Roku, or you can go into Roku and then move like that. To catch the Roku. You can do that.
Yeah, you clap. Yeah.
Yeah, you clap.
the, you know, the Sunnah of the Maliki's is from Omar event of hapa which is digit 20 and then do two and three.
You know, if you're praying in your house, if you do eight or 10 that, you know, however many you want, but the sun is 20 and they were short. I mean, that's why
you know, when you do a if you're doing the the Jews every night, they're long rockets. So the idea was to actually help people you know, give them that risk space.
I mean, whether you know, like a hazard, karate
not so there's a flood of tears read but you know that we are Heather you know as
i if you do Touch we you're gonna be
you couldn't do it you know especially with Bosch you'll be there
in Maalik you don't do it if the Imam started his hook by you come and you sit down
there's no to hear the mustard. You only do to hear if you come in before the Imams come out yeah
in the in the Maliki The Witcher per chef and without is done two records that are Monday COMM And then the the witr prayer is one rocket said on Monday comm there's no pollute, like the Hanafi
the fetcher is you can do with her all the way up to fudger. If it's your want to, you know, and you wake up late, you didn't pray, because some people you know avacado Delano prayed with her after Asia
and a Valera delayed it till before fudger. So, you know, it just depends on on what what you do as a practice. If you get up generally before fudger, which some people do, and you do a few rockets or you do eight rockets or however, if you're doing night prayers, then and and you're consistent on it, then you you should pray with her then when you do that, because it's the last prayer. If however, you're not consistent, or you you know, you're worried about oversleeping then you should do with her after you do the tsunami of Asia. Or do it just as your last after each ship and water. Either way.
The keynote is only done at fauja
sin the sawback prayer after the second record before you go into ruku
you don't do with that again, you only do it once. So you just do your your end with your
two rockets of your tahajjud
Yeah, I know you go if you're gonna do something you're doing at home. Or if you're going to go home and you want to pray then you should just at least wait till people leave or go to the corner, the side opposite the exit of the thing. But it's my crew to do it. You know?
What do you mean?
before? No, you don't do those they're not made up. They're just not there naturally. You don't make up the only person make up our four prayers. And then the witr prayer the Shiva and without prayer, right then then you make up that but other than that you don't.
In Maliki is supposed to be in Arabic. So it should not be in it should be Arabic. The way that in Algeria, one of the places I studied in the Imams used to do a talk before Juma in Omnia because most of the people couldn't understand.
So they would do a talk in EMEA before the Juma and then they would do a very short hop which is what I do I do a talk in English before the the the Juma and then do a short Arabic.
But our hanifa was of the opinion that the purpose of the sermon has to do wild for the people and it should be done in the language of the people which makes sense.
It's interesting, you know, there's the rulings. You can see how some of the rulings are to encourage people learning Arabic and there's no doubt that the early people all learned Arabic. That's why wherever the Muslims went for that first 100 years there Arab countries almost right. And if you look just look at the geographical Persia used to be almost entirely Arabic speaking they were bilingual like the Berbers in Morocco. In the Berbers all speak Arabic and they speak their native tongue. So wherever the Muslims went early, they tend
To create a bilingual culture, because people learn quran quran was basic literacy. So everybody learn Quran, so it's good to learn the sacred language of the religion. And and so human Shafi in the early madhhab, prohibited transactions in other than Arabic.
And his argument is an interesting argument. He said, in any transaction, if you have people that speak different languages, you're going to use one language. So why he said, Are you abandoning Arabic to go to their language? You know, if they want the deal, then they should be doing it in Arabic. So we actually and that just, you know, it's like, now all transactions are done in English. Because the British were so good at, you know, imposing their language on the world. The French are still upset about it, because they used to call you know, the lingua franca.
Right in English, that means the spoken language of a lot of people used to be French.
Yeah, so you do have you do one idea, you do some sort of wild in there. I'm going to do the shuttle are there, it's the next chapter.
There's no cinnamyl aka before joma there's naskila.
There's naskila if you're talking about the Netherlands for
as long as he hasn't started his hotma once he starts his katiba then you know either put a parenthesis 2001 c two, you know, once the Quran is is because he's going to be reciting verses and you're supposed to listen attentively to the verses. You shouldn't talk when the Quran is being assigned.
And the prophesized him said whoever even Manohar fella salata who you know, if you say anything, you know, it's
it's like you don't you've lost your prayer, even though the gym is valid, but it says if you know