Eid During Covid-19 Lockdown
Channel: Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari
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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Ultramarine on Coliban Tobia who served in either in the dean for logMAR aluminum and found out when foreigners are limited it was in an early panic a lot
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respect your brothers and sisters
the salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh
I pray all of you are well insha Allah to Allah
and having a fruitful Ramadan in the last few days and nights of this blessed month of Ramadan work, we Allah subhanaw taala accept will our worship and accept whatever we are able to carry out in terms of everybody in this particular month.
And I also would like to I
would like to
I would also like to thank our beloved Academy for organizing this very important seminar today or webinar, as we like to call it relation to be the fifth I have a few issues that I want to inshallah discuss with all of you today.
This is topic on this webinar in relation to read which we shall ensure Allahu Akbar Allah be celebrating
in a day or two or three days or four days or how many days wherever you are in the world.
Allah subhanaw taala has granted and give us given us Muslims
which is called The Day of aid,
which is a day of celebration.
And not just this feed, but another eat as well, which is called Evil Abba. So this is Riedel feta, and the other is Adel Abba. And these are two celebrations, two days that Allah subhanaw taala has
given to the believers.
And in relation to this,
why has Allah subhanaw taala given us these two days? What is the concept behind Riedel fit? What is the concept behind with Ron Hubbard? Today, we are going to ensure the focus on aerial photography, what is the concept behind this? Why do we have it? You see, if you look at other faiths,
and other religions, they have certain days of celebration
in their faith, and they have more than one some, some faith have like five, sometimes six, and they are based on a certain historical event that took place in the history.
So for example, the Christians, they have Christmas, one of the celebrations of Easter and many others, but they have Christmas, which is based on according to the understanding on the birth of Jesus peace be upon him see that on a side here salatu salam, do you think he was born 25th of December. Likewise, other faith communities as well, that is based on certain events that have happened in the history, whether it's to do with someone's birth, or whether it's achievement, or whether it's some miracle that took place or some historical event took place, it's based on something that had occurred in the history, whereas Islam is different. The two major Eid days that
we have been given as a form of celebration are either fake or native. And
this is based on one's own celebration. It's not based on something that happened previously. It's not based on an historical event. If Allah subhanaw taala wanted, he could have made the day of read on a date, which corresponded with something that happened in the history be it could have been based on let's say, the birth of the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam or it could have been ascension mirage. These are like major major issues and major historical, like great events in the history of Islam, or the Battle of Verdun the day the Muslims had victory in the Battle of other the day the Muslims migrated from Mecca to Medina, the day of hijra, or
you know the when the first verses of the Quran were revealed a crab is mortal because the hull up many, many events in our history and like major events, our history is filled
especially in a time of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam every day was was a major day. But there are, you know, really important occurrences. So our theme will fit or the major Eid celebration, the major celebration we have as Muslims could have been based on something that happened in the past. Yet Allah subhanaw taala chose that each day should be a day wherein Muslims not forgetting the historical events, not undermining them or not overlooking them. Rather, everything's because of all of these things that happened in the time of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and in our history, and even after the messenger, salallahu Alaihe Salam, however,
Islam is saying that if you want to celebrate the new law, celebrate on your own efforts, not on the efforts of the past, it's like, you know, someone just sits there say, Look, my forefathers and my grandfathers did this. And you know, my great great granddad did this and Mike forefathers, they were, they did this yes, we remember them, whatever. And, you know, we respect them and but Allah is saying that the evil fatale celebration is not what they did. It's about what you did. What have you done? Have you earned a day to celebrate? And this is why Eagle fitter is based on one's own effort, not on the efforts and achievements of people in the past.
You know, you know, even in sport, sometimes, you know, people, they just keep on talking about the history, they say there's some football, soccer, you might know it or football, there was some teams who were very, very successful in the past. So people always say to them that look, you guys just talk in the 1970s in the 1960s. In the 1950s. Or, like England, for example, they just talk about the World Cup that they won 1966 still remembering 1966 Do something yourself. So this is what Islam is saying that we will fit on and read the other half these two major aids that have been given or based on our own achievements, either fatal or contributed further either aloha is based on the
great achievement of hedge and everything related to hygiene that Muslims have gone from across the world as they've sacrificed the wealth, the time the energy, and you know, even those who are not going for Hajj, but they're also supporting people who are going to perform Hajj people in their families are going for Hajj, and spending time in Mina, etc, etc. And then on our of our day, the main day of Hajj, that's when you complete Hajj, a new basically achieved something so the next day Allah gives this day of celebration celebrating the great achievement of Hajj.
Likewise, what we're talking about today is April 5 on April 5, or
is basically a day of celebrating the achievements of Ramadan. So basically, Freedom photo is not really a physical celebration, I mean, it manifests itself in a physically Of course we become happy etc. We wear our good clothes and I'm going to talk about some of these things and read Salah etc. But really what we have to understand that are you don't fit or is really a spiritual celebration. Why are we celebrating? Celebrating? Because Allah subhanaw taala granted us the tofield and the ability to worship Him in Ramadan. We performed Dharavi, Salah pmla tahajjud we fasted, fasted for 2930 days, we recited the book of Allah we stayed away from sins we basically gave up our we
sacrificed and we gave up our wants and needs like to drink water and eat and engage in Halal relationships. But all of this for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala, one month, we sacrificed all of this. So Allah said that the this whole month that you've sacrificed, here is a day for your great achievement and this is a day for you to celebrate. So this is what eat is all about. And Riedel vapor fit. Fit through actually means
goes, it is an opposition to song. So song is fasting fifth or Iftar. So basically now we've completed the month of fasting, and it's the eighth celebration with now eating. And this is you know this, there's a hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said
that lifts saw me for Hatton. For a fasting person. There are two reasons of happiness. For how to handle the call Robbie will Farhatullah in the field three.
For how to learn the food pretty well for Huttunen in the car Robbie, a fasting person has two means of happiness. One is the greater happiness which is the happiness when you meet your Lord. We are last month on a given status
mean, I mean, you mentioned but there's somebody in Ramadan who pasts passes away,
and they are fasting. And then Allah, the Hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam states that one of your happiness as a fasting person is a happiness in the photograhy like at the time of football Iftar and that that's the small happiness and the greater happiness is the happiness when you meet your Lord. So, if somebody is fasting in Ramadan during the day, and they are waiting for McGriff, Salah, so that they will
face and they will experience their happiness, of photo. But if they've been righteous and pious, they go meet the Allah and the Lord before Iftar arrives, that basically achieved an experience the greater happiness, the smaller happiness and for those people who are just left in the world, but their greater happiness was in the car, Robbie met the Lord. So this hadith the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam says it's a famous Hadith for reciting me for Hatton fasting person has two means of happiness. One is for her to end for eternity, or for her to end the day. The greater happiness is when you meet your Lord, but the other might not have happiness is for her to an end photograhy
happiness at the time of filter with now here, this magnitude and the commentators of the Hadith and the great scholars of the past.
They've explained that this filter here is not restricted to Iftar every day, both meanings have been given. So one meaning is that at every day for the fasting person at the time of Iftar, there's this happiness for Hatton in the factory, which means happiness at the time of Iftar that at the time of Iftar when you've been hungry all day and thirsty all day. And of course we all happy right now in front of the law via fasting, we're happy with fasting as well. But like, you know, when we when they start time arrives internally, we all happy I'm sure I mean if you if you're not happy, then you're not human. I am very happy. So when when the smell comes from the kitchen, and you know,
it's like 10 minutes left, and then you're getting happy, happy and then you sit down on
near the food. And you're waiting, how many minutes left? No problem. This is also this is basically being human. And when Allah says Eat, eat, no problem, eat your fill. Just avoid junk food, but eat don't eat unhealthy food but eat and eat with desire. There's nothing wrong like some people say that well you shouldn't eat no when Allah gives you the
permissibility and Allah says each night we eat with the way we were not eating with so much pleasure and desire. And remember that fasting should be with pleasure and desire as well. Just like eating should be with thanks and gratitude and pleasure and desire. Fasting should be with also pleasure and desire. Fasting shouldn't be with a with a frown on the face. I mean, of course we get sometimes tired, sleepy, no problem that's been normal. But you know, complaining, cutting this hunger is so thirsty, and I'm so thirsty in this faster, so difficult. So fasting with a frown, like take making it a chore, that's also wrong. So during the day, we should be happy too fast. But when
if our times are out arrives that we should be happy to eat. Because at that time, Allah is saying eat. So we are happy to eat with full desire. And you know, looking forward to eating, eat, no problem. And during the day when you're fasting, stay away from food, also with happiness and wanting to please Allah Subhana Allah. So I was saying the Hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam, for her to end the victory he won meaning is that there's a happiness at the time of Iftar
when when the dawn of mothering, we hear it, Allahu Akbar, and you take that date, or you take some water, and that cold waters hot Allah like that water that you drink is probably the most tasty and pleasurable water you can ever drink, like a normal day to go to the fridge and take some water like you won't even think.
But the food that we eat at the time of Iftar is much more enjoyable. So that's one meaning. However, many scholars of Hadith have said that there's another meaning as well, which is
for her to earn the victory means the fasting person, his happiness is on fifth or a day. So not every day you thought that's included. Maybe we can say that that's like the smallest one happiness. So first day, second day, third day, fourth day, every day at the time of your farm. We are being slightly happy at the time of food. But then
for her to an end the victory means the happiness on the day of feta weaning Ramadan as a month as a whole was a fasting month because as a whole even though at night you could eat but as a whole the month is wherein we stayed away from food and drink for most of the time. Except night. We stayed away from sexual relations. We
also, you know like made a lot of sacrifice some people observed the Arctic curve, retreat and the spiritual retreat and seclusion all of that. So now you've come out from there there's a day of happiness Happiness for what not happiness that oh great is over stuff that that's not the happiness just like if dark time you're not happy when you're eating great the fast that was such a big chore that I was fasting all day I was so hungry tanks that I've got food now and I'm so glad that fast over No that's wrong. That's not the happiness Happiness like I was saying during the day hungry Laos fasting but hamdulillah there's food now. So every day the happiness is not to be happy that
I've got rid of Ramadan for one more year. I will the belong Allah protect us that's not the happiness. The happiness is an hamdulillah for one month, ALLAH SubhanA wa Medina you've completed a milestone Allah subhanaw taala granted me the ability to fast to preach are we to appear Malays tahajjud Tao of the Quran like an achievement. So it's an internal type of happiness expressing thanks to Allah subhanaw taala showing gratitude to Allah subhanaw taala so this is a happiness not happiness that the month is over. Rather you you you actually sad as well in a way a lot of people are a lot of people can go on to love them abounds over you feel a bit sad, that whole sort of
atmosphere of Ramadan where you are fasting and you're worshiping Allah it's over. So you do have a bit of sadness as well. But the happiness is for the achievement. Now here as well. This is another point to sort of understand internally that to be happy on your achievement, is it sometimes some people might say that is that not wrong that you happy? Like, oh, I gave him charity? handled it. I'm so happy given charity, or I fasted I'm so happy.
You see there's a difference, being proud and arrogant over it. That's one thing being internally happy is something else totally altogether. We've been commanded with the second type of happiness not being proud, not boasting that, yes, today. See, I fasted for 30 days. Do you know what I completed like 10 recitations of the Quran? Do you know I used to perform tarawih tahajjud every day like boasting and being proud over the achievement That's wrong. That's wrong, but to be happy, and that's generally with all acts of God. There's actually a hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where he said that
either suratgarh Has Allah Touka was ethicacy or Tuca.
For under moment, as far as I remember the words of the Hadith the last bit, I'm not exactly sure the wording in Arabic.
If your sins make you sad, and your good actions and your good deeds, and your virtuous actions make you happy, then that's a sign that you're a believer.
So being happy, like somebody
gave, you know, paid some money in charity, some somebody recited the Quran, and you're happy internally, that Alhamdulillah all thanks to Allah, Allah gave me the ability to do this deed, and you're happy, then that's good. That's a sign of being a Muslim, that you're happy about things, good things that you're doing. And likewise, if somebody committed a sin or you feel bad,
that you know what I committed a sin, but you know, for a few days you feel bad about it. That's a sign that you're a believer, may Allah protect us from being such that when we commit sins, we don't even feel bad about them. That's what the hadith is saying. So are you going
to end this point, is basically a spiritual happiness. It's a day of expressing thankfulness to Allah subhanaw taala expressing joy, thankfulness and joy and gratitude and happiness. For what? For being able to worship Allah. That's why I read is really not a physical or a cultural celebration. Read is a spiritual celebration. It's for those people who've actually basically did some those people who did something in Ramadan, they worshiped Allah built a connection with Allah subhanaw taala. And this is from taken from the Quran Allah says when he took me to the surah dakara well it took me a while it took a bit of Allah Docomo Allah come to school. Now you completed your days of
fasting and so that you glorify Allah when he took when he took me to the right data only to Kabila, you say the Tocqueville, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar.
Allahu Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Al Hamdulillah talk about that later on in Shama, while I can touch guru and so that you show gratitude to your Lord. So this is a happiness a spiritual happiness, that I'm so happy Hamdulillah that Allah subhanaw taala granted me that
ability to worship Him in Ramadan. So like I was saying, return photo is a day of being happy or one's own personal achievements. And
there's a hadith in sunnah and I'll be happy Imam will be happy relates this in his shot the human and elsewhere this hadith has been mentioned. The messenger sallallahu alayhi salam says that for either Cornejo more ed him urine if you're mad at him, the hubby him mother Echota Allah subhanaw taala on the day of feed when the day of reader arrives, it will fit arrives of loss paliotta Allah boasts before the angels and Allah says to the angels, Jamelia equity Magisto, Algerian warfare armella Who, oh my angels, what is the reward of a slave or a servant? Who has completed his or her work or job?
What's what's the reward for someone who's put in the hours? So the angels they say Robina deserve? Oh, who are you offer Agera normal ruling Oh my Oh our Lord, the reward is that they receive their full full view and their full payment. If someone's put in the hours someone put in the effort, the reward is that they should be given the full reward.
So then Allah says to them, yeah, Mala Getty, oh, my angels.
You know, the reason why Allah posted before the angels and tells the angels, because he's talking about the humans, and these are the same angels that will complete not complaining, but they asked a question, when Allah was creating the human, the angels asked, we all know the Quran. In surah baqarah. They asked the question that all our Lord,
are you about to create a creation?
That yes, we could. Dima.
What's the verse? Yes, we could demand that they will shed blood that these these are the humans that they will shed shed blood and and they will murder and kill and they will do bad things.
Allah says, Allah said to the angel level malaria, Moon, I know what you don't know.
So this is why Allah subhanaw taala is teenagers I look at my slaves then. So in this hadith, Allah subhanaw taala.
After saying, asking the question to the angels that Oh our Lord, after sorry, thanks to the angels that what do you think of the reward of the person who puts in the effort and they said, Oh our Lord, he should be given full payment. So then Allah says, Oh, my angels RBD what Yuma Equador Farinata la him from Maharaj whoo yah, Juna lamb do ah, oh my angels. You can buy slaves, my male slaves, my female slaves. Allah said male and female RBD will email a
male and female slaves.
They completed their obligations in Ramadan, they fasted.
They offer their prayers. And now look at them. So Mahara do now they've left their homes and they've come out these male and female slaves of mine, they completed their Ramadan, and therefore ILA and their fasting and tilava and the tarawih. Henry, I'm Elaine. Now they've come out in the open field. You're a junior Ely with to come out to pray to Me and make derived from to me. What is that the you are generally we're Karami we're over your divine attorney. Allah is taking an oath says by oath of my majesty and my lofty status and, etc, etc. Luigi Burnham, I shall indeed without doubt, accept their prayers.
And then Allah says that he says to the slaves,
or slaves, all of you, all my servants and slaves that have come out on the day for solid raid, era general return back to your homes now, after you've completed your DUA and you're solid and
you're completely completed your prayer in return vaca refer to welcome indeed I have forgiven you and I just have forgiven you what that does to see EarthCam has an ad I've changed your
sins and your deficiencies and your weaknesses. I've changed them and turn them into Hassan add into good actions and good deeds. This is basically that even in Ramadan we were not able to fast like we are supposed to fast we were not able to pray like we were supposed to pray. We were not able to worship Allah as it is his right yet. Despite that, Allah subhanaw taala when accepted because we put in the effort. So Allah says it says on the day that Takahara Tala forgiven you and I've changed your deficiencies and your mistakes
into has entered into good deeds and fire Jeronimo for whom all of them will return home forgiven.
So this is basically what read is about. It's about thankfulness to Allah, and showing gratitude to Allah and being forgiven on human aid, not being boastful. But this is why scholars say generally that look on end have this hope in Allah with your own self. Things are looking really that a bother the worship that I carried out the fasting, the prayer the the corollary the family, all of this was not supposed to be like I was supposed to do them, indeed have lot of weaknesses and mistakes and errors and deficiencies, but I have hope in the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala that Allah will accept and Allah has forgiven me so a day is like getting absolutely forgiven.
So this is what leads celebrations of one and this is why
Salah is really for a collective dua it's a collective celebration. It's a collective means of forgiveness.
It's a collective means of forgiveness. And this is why generally across the board it is recommended for each other that read Salah is supposed to be offered in a open plane and like a big area
I mean, I know we are in lockdown situation and I'll talk about that in a few minutes. But in normal situations eat prayer is supposed to be the less small small congregations you have this is the whole concept of it. The less small congregations you have the better even in the massage Masjid ideally they shouldn't be resolved it should be in a massive place like each city should have a masala This is why it's so nice to go to the masala masala technically is like on the outskirts. And this is why it's like everybody should walk to the masala say that we are Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar Allahu Mahoba a night hand and come back from another route. Why? Because we want different
different people to see us that these are Muslims that have completed something, they're happy that they've achieved something great in their lives. You know, they're happy that they've fasted and they've offered taraweeh. So everybody's walking, everybody is on route to this big open space on the outskirts of the city. The real sunnah of Eid is like on the outskirts of city. But if that is not possible, then inside the city, a big place where the whole city, everybody from the city, they all gather in one place. This is basically all of the Muslims have come out to Allah to pray to Him to show their gratitude to express their thankfulness and the gratitude and asking Allah the Hadith
said Yo Jr, Ilya Bidra, they are begging and crying to Allah and asking Allah to forgive them and from there when they return, they owe return as forgiven. So this is the whole concept. And this is why in a one open space, however, if that's not even possible, unlike now, in many countries in the UK, we have read Salah in massage, and as well that's permissible. It's not like it's not permissible. But it's actually recommended that the least the less mosques actually hold the pizza, the better. So if you have like just three four in the city, really, really big ones. And then the big open space, this mosques is because not everybody can go to the open space, sometimes some
people are old and elderly, etc. Someone's just living close to the masjid can't go to the open space, etc. So there should be a better facility available for people in the major mosques. But the whole idea behind read Salah is that it's something that's done, it's a communal prayer, just like Joomla Joomla is from the word Gemma and Joomla basically means gathering it's a gathering, it's where people gather it's not something it's not like every small small corner there's a gym or taking place and that's why I recommend that outside of this lockdown situation that try to go to the main configurations like even if you're working etc. Sometimes not possible not possible. But if
it's possible and you can then inshallah like go to the masjid and major big big places and not have like the four people four people in having a Jamar Salah day and for people that work there and upstairs they're having their as a 2pm and then downstairs you know, the the office people here having it at 3pm and then some five people having it there because the whole spirit of Joomla is not really there. In that case, you're not really valid but the spirit is not there. So the same Spirit is with read Salah as well. And this is why I eat Salah is really a communal, it's a collective prayer. It's a prayer where everybody is together. And it's not something that we have small, small
That's where in normal situations, it's definitely not right. If we were outside this lockdown situation, it would definitely not be right like if next year insha Allah Allah subhanaw taala remove this WABA and this illness and this virus from us and from everyone else you
from all the countries in Europe and Ireland, but if we for example Ebola I don't know how the situation would be it would not have been like let's say here the football next year then you know don't even think about like okay me and my family we just going to have a like a
pizza in the garden. Like I'm going to talk about this later about the ruling now but I'm saying in normal situations next year, you might just think that you know what, like going to the Mosque, the Masjid or going to the big open space like so much traffic and like the time is not suitable. You just say to your friends and your two three families we're gonna have a barbecue anyway my god and I've got a mansion I'm not saying I've got to mention them saying someone say they've got to mention like I can get 20 people we're all barbecue starts at 10 So you know what? Tell your uncle Auntie sister, cousin, sister, cousin brother like all of you, just in Sharla just get here for nine
o'clock 930 in the garden like we all pray our Salah we've got someone who knows a bit of Arabic can give them half an email or just you know, call a new mom as well and like start the barbecue anyway and then we'll pray there eat Salah and whilst you're praying the barbecue you know, some people are still doing the barbecue and enjoying pizza and then have the barbecue day that is definitely wrong. It's like not the spirit of eat at all whatsoever and may not even be valid in normal situations. So therefore this is something that really we need to think that you know right now we're going through a lockdown situation but this should never encourage anyone whichever ruling they're following right
now should never encourage anyone in normal situation to ever go away from the main communal prayer because there is the spirit and there is ruling and that is very very very important.
So this is basically the concept of read and the Salafi etc.
Now, right now we are of course experiencing a very unprecedented and unprecedented and difficult kind of situation.
So what do we do for eight Salah etc.
Some places there's lockdown like very strict lockdown from the government, some places lockdown has been eased. So some rules are in place some rules are not in place. So each country the situation on the ground will of course be different. Before I come to the end, we should not forget that be the night is also very very important for a believer
in the night is also very important for a believer in some durations. These United's known as Laila to Jaya is the night preceding the day. Remember this long the night comes before the day. So if you have Friday, then the night of Friday arrives first and then the day arrives. So Leila, to read later to read Leila to free will filter the night of Eden feta known as little jar is a night to worship Allah again receive rewards from him
it's reported on the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would not sleeping the night preceding fatal fatal
we can sleep but remember he he wasn't thinking that you don't want to have to wake up and then like start almost celebration because it was more of more like a spiritual celebration all night. He would spend the night of reward the later to Jaya is in worshipping Allah.
It it's a night where Allah subhanaw taala bestows His rewards on those people who have spent the month of Ramadan
fasting and offering Turabian Korea Malaysia etc.
And the prayers accepted in this night. There's a hadith and Sunnah you know merger with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said when cama de la de la de in more than seven lamium Allah whoo hoo yo moto moto bloob whoever stands up in worship in the two in the two nights precede preceding the two reads, In the two nights preceding the two reads, expecting rewards from his or her Lord, this person's heart will not die when other hearts will die.
So we should really benefit from this opportunity. We are in lockdown anyway. So don't let them read the night go to waste. We should try to perform as much worship in this night as we can and pray for our knees and pray really made it to our form like we've been doing in Ramadan because we the night a lot of times what happens in normal situations when mother ever arrives and it's your last your first THAT'S IT people think okay, now time is over. I'm going for my haircut and everybody's like, you know, go for haircuts and all of this. And it's like, you know, the whole spiritual aspect has gone no read the night is a very, very, very important I just like to call them that, you know, it's
a very, very important night. So, therefore, read the night really tried to spend at least some time one hour two hours in worshiping Botswana to either half an hour, whatever you can show a lot right.
And then Edie
will have to also remember that there's something called set up auto filter or scattered filter
Kotlin flutter is the sidecar. It's it is known as a cart, I'll fit. So we have the normal socket.
And we have the socket and federal normal circuit, the regular yearly circuit, that is called Zukor. Tool, man, that's the circuit of
the wealth. It's not cool that annuals are cut, because you might not have to pay it annually. Like this year, I might have the money, so I have to pay. But next year, I might not be rich, I might not have the required money. So it's no longer an obligation for me. So that's the card is connected to the wealth, it depends on how much wealth you have. And that's why that is termed as Zakka to the charity that's occurred, which means a purification charity of your wealth. This zakat on Regal fatale is known as the Kirtle filter, some people call it southern Autofit, or you can say southern but on the other one as well, you can call it circuit setup automatic setup has occurred.
Both have the same kind of meaning. So the normal valve one you can call it Xikar trimmer or sadhaka terminal. And this one is known as Secretary federal Posada cotton futurus, let's just use the word circuit. So the cattle fitter is an obligation an obligation on every Muslim male or female who owns a certain amount of money 615 point 36 grams of silver, whoever owns that in any format, like whether it's cash or the equivalent of that, whoever
owns in cache of goods or beyond your basic needs anything you have extra, you take the value of that.
And 635 635.36 grams of silver, it's like a few 100 pounds, like whatever it is, that says a cup of salt as well, but five 600 pounds. So if you have about that much, then it's an obligation on you. And you have to pay this before you perform your aid. Like it's really the point the concept behind it is that this is we pay this so that we remember the poor and the orphans and the needy, and the not so privileged also on leading. So because we are celebrating our Ethiopian Shama along with the spiritual celebration, we will also be happy and we'll be having a good meal and it will be having about barbecues talking about in the garden, etc. So what are the poor people? So let's think about
them as well. So this money should reach ideally, the idea is that this many should reach them before read. So we should try to pay this a few days in advance to be honest, because we don't know. Like, if you're giving it directly to the court, and yes, no problem. You say okay, you know what, I'm going to read Salah on my way, I'm going to go to the door of the port and knock on his door and say here's your circuit, you Here's the menu for you like a gift, no problem. But a lot of times people will just go into the masjid in a mosque and they just give it out the door and it stays in that box and then when they just the mosque just keeps that money along with the others ecard wealth
and maybe in three months, four months, five months, six months down the line, they'll probably give it to somebody poor it's valid, but the spirit is not achieved and that's why it's it's important that you pay it in advance so that the money reaches the poor by the day of eight. So anyone who has that amount of money they need to give a certain amount which is equivalent to 1.75 kilograms of wheat or its value you can give the wheat if you want or the date or whatever different things are normally like in the UK many scholars have calculated this year they say three pounds sometimes a 350 just consult your local scholar Imam masjid and have whatever calculation they've done shall are
not a problem. If you want to give more give more you don't have to if you want to give like what's the pantry about 15 to 10 pounds 10 pounds is good, but try to get this to the poor before a day. So that's something really really important on a day now with aid Salah in normal situations eat Salah is of course an obligation.
It's a lot in normal situations is of course it's an obligation, large IP, according to some schools of thought like the Hanafi school, it's larger, according to some others, like the chef is good is pseudonym aka like highly emphasized sunnah.
according to some others, like in my humble is fortify, fortify means like a collective,
like Janaza prayer. So if some people offer read in the main Masala or in the main mosque, I mean there's various interactions in the humble America but this is one of the common ones as far as the fire. So which means if some people offer it the obligation is uplifted from everybody. So like if the congregation is taking place outside, I don't have to pray like I'm not sinful. The sheriff is saying it's emphasized sooner. And Hanafy say it's necessary to worship and this is like if you're not traveling, etc, then it's not
necessarily on you. You see the I know there's sometimes it's very difficult to understand this but
Upbeat Salah holds a less of a like importance than the five time press. This is why on a day I forgot to mention the night and then in the morning Salah cotton feta, but make sure for yourself so just Salah is really important it's actually far more important that we offer our prayers, your prayers, because Fajr is fun it's not fun goodbye Oh RJ Bassam waka it's like an absolute obligation like really, really important at least in Ramadan. At least on eat, they try to pray Fudger on time and then inshallah try to continue like the next day and all our lives inshallah.
Even a traveling person has to offer virtual, like not an asset, another ratio, even if you're traveling while you're traveling, praise or not forgiven. Yes, you can shorten them closer, but they're not forgiven. Whereas REITs allow acquainting many schools of goods or Musar for someone who's traveling beetelite is forgiven.
So we need to also remember this the importance of other prayers like we don't just
on a day, whether it's lockdown situation or not, no lockdown situation, just okay, just pray read Salah and that's it and forget the future and don't harass and motivation then that's really defeating the objective and the purpose that the reason Allah Allah wanting us to come and offer so that he forgives us and it's celebrating it's like we're going to celebrate on Eighth Day on Eid Salah in the open space because we've in Ramadan we fasted and we've prayed our all our prayers and Turabian Leyland to our and worship Allah last night and this morning we pray Fudger and now we're there a lot give us know you know give us the reward. So you know asking Allah for reward on a day
when we haven't offered version kind of like doesn't seem right with respect to Allah's point of diner but still inshallah you can single so
for just Salah is important and then after that, with the with this read situation.
People have been asking that what do we do in the lockdown situation Shall we offer our aid or not offer aid Salah etc. Now there's a very lengthy discussion on the scholars have been debating discussing this for the past weeks, couple of weeks and looking at different issues and different angles and different you know, this is something which scholars always do and it is required. I mean the people who are experts, they have to look at the fair and Hadith and the Quran and try to come up with what they think is the Islamic ruling.
it has one view,
which is that
people can offer us a lot at home, read prayer, according to like the shelter at school,
even in person who's an individual, by him or herself can offer each other so there's no hotbar you just perform your rights Allah, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, you know that it was extra that we write, you make an intention for each other, and you probably need to allow her at home, you're just living alone by yourself, and you just pray. According to some others, they say no congregation is required. Some might say only two is enough. Some might some opinions are that like, you have to have four people.
And there is another opinion, which is the opinion that I follow, which is that lead Salah should not be performed in this current situation in the lockdown situation. Number one, it's not necessary. I think most people will say that it's not necessary. I don't think anyone says you have to. So that it's Hamdulillah. You know, for some people who don't want to pray, it's a law, they'd have to prefer, of course, make sure you prefer. But then after that, maybe you have to figure you can go to sleep for a few hours, and then you know, wake up for your barbecue at 12 o'clock. If you want to do that. No problem, like you don't have to pray that's agreed upon. But the view I follow
with regards to read Salah itself praying is that individual houses where you have for four people or five people, small, small, small congregations. Number one, it goes against the spirit. Like I was saying in normal situations like like next year, for example. You know, there's no examples of having many, many small small congregations. That's not really what the objective is for. It's like it's a communal prayer. Yes, right now we can't go to the main prayer, you're in lockdown situation, then there are other technical issues like you know, because this is the Hanafy view. And also in the Hanafi school. There are some scholars who have said that it's fine because they've looked at it
from another angle. There are many other scholars and the view the ifollow we've looked at it from another angle that because there's no general permission given there's no public access for everyone. You know, it's not like your house is open that anyone in your whole city whether wants to come and pray salah, which is a condition what we call isn't an average and a whole detail article. Maybe somebody can put a link and you can read all of that. I don't need to go into that right now. But this is an approach that I've taken and I've said that it's better we shouldn't be praying eat Salah at home. Now it is, you know, it's a small issue. It's not really a big deal. I mean,
different methods allow it other opinions allow it from a fifth point of view. It's not a big deal. It's only basically that the view that I follow is that you don't predict a lot but what do you do you perform. Neville pray in
Today, so basically remember, it's all about Allah accepting, you know, it's Allah or no, it's Allah. It's really about thanking Allah subhanaw taala. So if someone follows this opinion that look, I won't pray it, I will not offer its Allah, but I will perform what we call loving or Salah to Doha
basically averted another article on that as well today about how to offer this novel prayer. So according to the Hanafi school, they say based on the statement of Abdullah animus federal the Allahu Anhu who used to say that whoever is not able to perform salah or Mrs a solo unable to perform it in the main mosque or the main masala then for Usili or barcard, he should perform for a car this for a car are basically salata Doha intention is mid morning prayer for noon prayer mid morning prayer, try to pray it, you can offer this anytime after sunrise but like not exactly straight to sunrise, but when the sun has gone like 1015 minutes after sunrise above the horizon,
and try to make sure that you pray after at least one of the mosques because your main mosques will maybe have a small read prayer like four people, five people not breaking the law. So after they've completed their prayer, then you offer your level. And you offer this Neville atone for aka you can perform too, you can perform four, you can do six, you can do eight, it can go all the way to 12. And you can do a 200 if you want to. But recommend it is for number one because I would love numbers root set four. So try to do four. And also because the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam his habit was with salata. Doha was normally for a car. So for a car, and then the Hanafi school states that
without to salaams. Like we pray all four together, so all four together with one to slim. You sit down for the first two shahada and then you stand up and you worship Allah subhanaw taala or aka The recitation will be silent, not audible, so you don't read loudly. You recite silently. And lastly, about congregation is that normally in non follow prayers and the ones where there's clear mention of convention like Jamar and Reid, and the fivefold praise. According to the Hanafi school, it is just like to have a congregation. However, this is when you invite people and you make you announce it and you invite people and have a large gathering. So some of the Hanafi early scholars said that
if you've got four people and you haven't invited others, it's okay. We call that directly. But if you've got five people and you're inviting, then that's my crew. So if you have a congregation as home as a family, like there's two of you, three of you, four of you for a few definitely find at home as a congregation for Raka. You know, you pray together, recite silently. If it's five or six your family you have mashallah a lot of people in your family. I personally feel inshallah should be okay, because you still not inviting people from outside your family. It's not like the data, you're not inviting people. So if you're gonna be on the safe side, you stick to four by who got equal in
your family. Then you say to those four, you go in the bedroom and you do your Jamar there and we'll be downstairs in the living room as for we'll do our Jamar here handling, that's a great way. Remember, ultimately, it's about pleasing Allah subhanaw taala. It's not really about what we're doing, you know, these things are not the objective. The objective is what we think What does Allah want from us. And I've mentioned this previously many times before, as well. But I know sometimes we feel this attachment with some of these symbols of Islam and we should feel attachment. But remember, deen is not really about doing what we feel like doing, like, especially this ruling when
I've said many times to people and this is the view I follow and of course respect that opinion as well and other views, no problem whatsoever. But like the view that okay, you shouldn't offer ASR. So a lot of people are feeling this, like how can I like, have it read without realizing you will not be read? But if that's a ruling, then it's like, you know, that's what is required. If if you are following the ruling, like some people ask me the which will be ruling I follow who should I follow, I say, look, follow the ruling of those colors or those mud hubs that you've always followed and you have more trust in and you feel more inclined towards academically, not sentimentally not
what you feel like doing. So like because this view is saying you should pray in return, I want to pray. The next one about fulfillment. It's not about fulfilling what we want to do. But yeah, if you are following like a particular view, and some scholars and you trust them and they are saying that you should pray ITAR, then Hamdulillah you go and pray to Allah. But if someone like for example, today or yesterday, somebody asked me that I follow the Hanafi school. Now within even the Hanafi school, there are opinions of some that you can pray to. But he said, Look, I follow the Hanafi school and I follow your opinion, and I follow the opinion of those girls were saying that you
should not offer a Salah. But this one time, my life that said I'm going to leave you this is the only time I'm going to premarital. Is that wrong? I suppose you're asking me now again, you don't want to follow the opinion and now why your scheme is wrong. Because if you're always following a certain scholar or certain scholars, then even though you don't
feel like doing what they're saying. This is what submission means you just follow that. But he said, Look, I'm taking the Shafia opinion this time, this time, I'm going to take the shelf your opinion, I'm offering pizza at home.
I said, okay, but then I said, Make sure this is just a passing comment. I said, make sure learn the way of offering pizza according to the chef you might have as well. Because if you know lots of people are saying we've taken a chef opinion and approved by myself at home, then the Shafi weighs five star could be at seven to copyright and extra that we're not so also keep that in mind. You don't just pick and choose from here and there. But anyway, that's another issue. So it's not a big issue.
Now some people have asked about whether Can we pray in our loans and in our parks and I wouldn't recommend it to be honest in first of all we recommendation depends on the law of your country. If they're strict lockdown and breaking the law and you know, putting yourself in danger and putting other people in danger. I wouldn't advise it and I would say that you shouldn't do that. Really. Just stay at home. Like if you if you're following an opinion to pray, it's like just pre internet at home. And if you're following an opinion that you shouldn't pray then inshallah like Allah will still give you the reward you will still get your reward inshallah and thanks giving will still take
place with Allah knows Allah knows that you are in lockdown situation so you don't have to really worry about it. You don't have to be sad. Like you know, certain sisters in Ramadan, they were not able to fast because they experienced menstrual period. Now there were sisters and every year sisters was so sad about this. And that's a good thing that you said no problem. Like sisters, they experienced hate but they can't fast and they say oh no Ramadan time. I really want to fast but I can't fast I can't pray. Internally, if they feel sad, that is actually an amazing sign that you want to do good, but they're not going to start fasting because they feel sad because they know that
despite me wanting to fast, what my LORD wants from me is not too fast. So they don't fast they will sad about it. So Allah knows, Allah give will give them the same reward inshallah for fasting for not fasting, because Allah is the one who's told them and through His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that do not first whilst you're on your menstrual period. So all these things like you know, even on a day people want to meet and hug one another. Now, reading a Muslim,
hugging them, etc, is a great act of reward. You know, just having anyone at any time it's a great act of reward, showing happiness and giving gifts to one another. But if we are not doing that, because of social distancing rulings, and we make the intention, make this intention that I am protecting myself and protecting other people and saving the lives of everybody in sha Allah, we will be rewarded for not hugging. Because we've made another intention. So sometimes hugging becomes an act of other reward. And sometimes not hugging becomes something as an act of a burden. Just like fasting. On the day we contrast, imagine you guys feel so spiritual and say, Look, you don't want to
read the I want to fast as well. But fasting or EDI, not fasting is an adverb. So therefore,
we have to remember that on the day as well, if you're not praying, we feel sad, but don't worry, inshallah Allah wills to get the rewards. So this whole park loan thing.
I wouldn't recommend it. Number one, depends on what your laws are. So if the law is saying that you shouldn't be going to each other's houses, etc, just look at what the law is saying and what the medical advice is, and etc. And based on that, from a Sharia point of view, will your Salah be valid or not? Like the view I follow, which is of heavy metal and even an issue on the general permission issue, there's two things here one is the Public Access General permission issue. And the other is the greater concept. So from a greater concept perspective, still, like even if you have in your garden, five people in their garden, five people, it's not about gardens because it's still like
small, small, small, and you can set the precedence of people doing like I said, next year, we'll have so many garden eight prayers. So from a, like a greater picture point of view, it's still not encouraged, but technically isn't valid or not, then it is based on whether there's public access or not. If you've gone to a place in your lawn in your garden, and you've opened it up for anyone in your community, like everyone,
it doesn't matter how many people come it doesn't matter if the six or five. But the point is that if you have said it's open, whoever wants to come and pray here, they can pray, then technically the salah would be valid. And if that's not the case,
there is no entrance, the doors the entry is not it's not accessible for everybody else, then technically so I will not be valid and that's the view that I follow. But inshallah like I said, there are multiple views and you can follow the views of those scholars and those mothers that you trust the most and inshallah we take, you know, based your practice of a day
Based on that,
and finally I'm completely coming to an end. Also on a day don't forget the sooner like if it's a lockdown eat it doesn't mean we don't act upon the various other Sooners. So like taking a bath in the morning, start the day with eating something date or something sweet. That's also like a way of expressing happiness because you know, everyday in the morning we used to never eat anything. So now Allah has have today's the day of eating so we eat, we start the day with eating.
Have something apply perfume, wear your best clothes doesn't necessarily have to be new clothes, but your best clothes and recite the tequila as much as possible Allah Akbar Allahu Akbar Illa Illa Allah Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Lila Hill Hamed inside your house without disturbing people, of course, very important. Don't start screaming and shouting and disturbing people but as much as you can, and even outside you know you can go for like they say one exercise a day but now we can go multiple times of exercise. So just go with your family like outside in the garden and in into the park. Go for a walk three, four of you as a family together. And read Allahu Akbar Allah. Allah
Allah Allah Allah Who Allahu Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allah Linda and hand, great, great rewards in there as well and a great way of we took we took a bit of law acting upon the company to capital law so that you glorify Your Lord.
So start the day like this. I mean, I would recommend the way to start your day would be at night first worship Allah subhanaw taala. Wake up early in the morning, maybe whole family have a Fudger Salah in congregation. There's no two opinions about that, that you can pray a gentle tone. There's no two opinions that you can pray in congregation. There's no two opinions that you can read audibly. So those tour guides are Fudger it's exactly like it's a law. The only thing is you're not doing extra Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. Its tour guides longer as well. It's a beautiful prayer for your prayers. panela it's such a beautiful one of the most pleasurable prayers as the people I mean,
I feel that from the five prayers the most pleasurable because it's not night and it's not day. It's like just early in the morning most people are still asleep you can hear the birds that's why you know it's a time of reflection of God's Saba you you after Salah you make a car on the car and make all the Dora's and all of this it's an amazing time in Quran and Vegeta Ganesh Gouda it's a very calm and peaceful time. So this time Subhan Allah on a day all of you together as a family offer like you're familiar with a lot of wushu and a lot of voodoo make it like the beat version. Like put so much into it. This is our special ed virtual at home collective there's no two opinions you can
pray that on Shabbat you really enjoy it. And then after that when the sun then maybe
after you've completed that, then maybe like have something to eat, maybe have a breakfast, have some date, some sweets, some nice things, Evers whatever, stay healthy but eat something nice, collectively as a family eat something and then when the sun has risen and 1015 minutes after that, if you're following the opinion that there's no Atalla then inshallah forgot salata Doha together or alone, and make dua to Allah subhanaw taala and then start your barbecue after that or whatever in the garden or whatever meal you're having. And if you're following the rules, you pray to God and pray
and then spend the rest of the day try to be happy and be joyful and express happiness and Sharla try to call people that you can meet
inshallah make personal phone calls rather than you know these random just text messages tailor made that you would call them the forwarded or no just
already made. Templates. Yeah. Rather than template it's not haram but I'm just feel a template read messages just, you know, message people and write their name down. Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh brother zeva. For example, wa salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato sister Alisha or Fatima or whatever, and you know, it's more personal that message or maybe call them give them a phone call and inshallah there'll be a lot of reward in that as well in sha Allah, Allah Allah. I don't think I've missed anything. So yeah, I think with that inshallah we end with this and we can take some questions now we shall.
Also one more thing finally shall work. There is actually a recommendation of fasting in shall walk, which is the month after Ramadan. This hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever
fasts, the six days of Shawa.
It's like as though he fasted the entire year. So
try to fast in shawanna as well in short a lot. It's great. So now, I've got a whole article on that as well. Months
Amara Medina from Tibet Rahul Bisset ting Minh Shaohua, Kanika Ciana dar in the psyche of Muslim, Whoever completes the facade Ramadan and then follows it up with six fast Oshawott. It doesn't have to be consecutively over the whole month of Chawan. Six. It is as though the person has fasted the whole year. I have an article on that as well. I can give that link to as well.
I've already asked and so there's someone said are we allowed to create et la toma Quinta Hanafi film. So like I said that the view that I follow, and many of my teachers and one of them is shifting the topic of money over the whole lot and some other scholars as well that I know, hold the view that you shouldn't pray to Allah. Rather you pray enough and but like I said, it's not a big issue. Like there's no difference. The difference is like the intention and whether you're going to do your hands. If you're praying Fudger enough, you'll after that, if you're praying Nuffield for a car, you'll be praying for two extra and you know,
just think that you shall not this is like an insult. But other people have an opinion that you can so you can show according to their opinion, if you follow the
difference of praying at home, where they have to discuss it. Shall we encourage people to pray and read in parks I don't personally say we should encourage now.
See, the issue is that why do we have to go out of our way if not, for we're not going to be sinful? So Allah will give the same reward we don't know. How do you know that if you pray at home nothing your loss and your sadness will be so much that Allah will give you this much reward more than you praying read Salah in the poem because you're so sad and you're feeling that look this year because of this doctor and I have to pray Nashville and I'm so sad about it. Ultimately, it's about the reward isn't it's not about like what I've done. So it's who knows there could be more reward in the NFL or Verizon so we don't really need to if it's not necessary, then why go to the box? I
personally say that look if it's causing problems and giving non Muslims to point fingers I mean if it's okay by law then fine go but if it's not really okay by the law of your country, then either follow this opinion that you just pray nephila toe or follow that opinion pray that all but this one like you know, try to go outside and try to be in the middle somewhere.
Personally, I don't feel that's right because unless if it's okay by law, then fine.
okay, that one's finished.
In a normal situation, would it be better to Prievidza in a park in a masjid I think I covered this definitely better in the park.
The best is to have a proper masala, which is a walk place on the outskirts of the city. If that's not possible, then a park open space.
And then in the masjid. So definitely praying in an open space in a park where there's lots of people like a communal prayer. That is definitely
What should we do on at night like I said, just whatever you can nothing specific. Some tahajjud some crying begging to Allah some dua, some vehicles and contemplation, lots of Doha with concentration. It's about how you do it, not what you do, inshallah.
Would it be haram to meet family against government instructions? I don't want to give a fatwa saying It's haram. But normally, yes, the ruling is that if you break the law of the country, then that is wrong. And it's not permissible. I don't like to use the word haram. It's a very strong word. But I would say it's not permissible to break the law of the country, just like any other law of the country,
any country that you live in, so it would not be permissible. And then if it also is like, for example, parking cars, you know, people ask them, look, I parked cars on who lines like we're not supposed to park cars. It's not permissible, because that's a law. And that also, if it's harming people, like you've parked in a way, like in the corner where it's harming people, then definitely strong because now the aspect of not just going against government law, but again, also the aspect of harming others. So if it's going to cause harm to people, because there's a chance of the virus being transmitted to others, then definitely wrong. Someone said what, why we shouldn't pray atone
during lockdown, rather than at
why we shouldn't pray at home during lockdown, rather than
the reason why we shouldn't pray at home rather than at home.
Besides, isn't Elon Musk
I mean, I'm not understand the question, but maybe you want to try and say that what is the reason I would like I said, I've got a whole article on that. I've explained it then. This one is the main reason like the concept behind it, which is the issue that there's no precedent in our history of
having, you know, people praying aids a lot of times x Muslims.
So that's one issue. And the other reason is the hidden issue, which is a Hanafi madhhab issue, that
there's no public access and general permission given to others, then technically, saliva is not supposed to be.
That's another reason.
Best time for Salah to Doha
well before that, when does beautiful eat start and end it can start anytime after maghrib the night before so you can start seeing it then whenever as much as possible the night during the day.
So shallow, that's fine. And best time for salatu. Doha is mentioned by all the Imams from the various manhours based on hadith is that when when it's halfway point between sunrise and when the the ending time. So when the sun the time starts when the sun rises, temperatures after that. And when the sun is on Zenith like sky like right in the center. So beginning of time, so halfway between sunrise and beginning of time, that would be the best time but it's permissible even before that is considered later as well.
Okay, I think
someone's asked, What's the difference between Baja Mishra I've actually got a whole answer on that as well. On this topic, on my website data lifter.com. I don't know if we can someone know if you so we're going to search it and just put the link there. Because this is an old issue people say is it the same as a different prayers and I've actually explained it that really it's the same prayer is shut up. And Doha is really it's like minor. Doha is a shut up and major Doha is.
So someone wants to do to praise they do too. But in the Hadith, there's only one prime mention sometimes it's mentioned after sunrise temperature minutes after it and sometimes later. So I've got a whole detailed article on this topic, whether the same things or different prayers.
Praying nothing and Gemma, is it okay to do so? And if so, can we do out loud? I just explained that in the, in the lecture X. I mentioned this, and according the article as well, but I mentioned that we should pray silently. Actually, it is mcru According to the Hanafi school and most others don't allow it. Most other states wrong. They don't say mcru. But all you see the principal in according to all the format hubs and across the board is that Neville
also not at night, has to a person has a choice but better to Read Loudly
based on the night prayers. So when it's dark, you have Fajr You Read Loudly Maghrib Read Loudly. Aisha you read loudly as an imam. So therefore,
the Nephilim the prayers we follow that ruling whereas the day prayers Dora and Asana you pray silently as an email. So therefore daytime, you're supposed to pray suddenly, all the mud has agreed that if you're not praying fallen, and you pray Nuffield or Iraq or Doha, wherever you should pray silently during the day and if you're praying nephila At night, then you have a choice but it's better to pray loudly. So this is agreed, according to all the markups and how you might have go one step extra they say it's actually why Jim, in the no awful have no heart, it is wajib unnecessary during the knuffel of the day to pray solidly and it's my crew to pray loudly so therefore it's a
lot of dough has been working to pray loudly. You have preside initial will Corporation have mentioned it then looking at a small family congregation without calling and inviting others then it's okay.
According to the interpretation of given alarm, taken by other Hanafi scholars would read and Juma Salah be allowed in homes post lockdown lockdown with a dislike you need to ask them that question. So
because I don't follow that, so that that would be a valid question. So those colors, I'm not encouraging it. So if there are scholars who say that Salah is valid, you know, they have a different explanation understanding of Islam, then I would think they would say return to law, even post lockdown would be allowed as well.
And even eat to next year, technically, we would be allowed at home as well and in your gardens want to be allowed, I think but it's best to ask them. Isn't there an aeration that have not been sprayed weed with this family at home? Not even our bus number one, you've got that wrong? It's not about us. It's an a symptomatic. There's one narration but this is all discussed. It's not just one
I actually just read some scholars from Mauritius, they put a whole like a whole 10 page book together, where they analyzed not just this one, but few other practices of certain campaign and and then analyze it from an authenticity point of view. And so this is all a discussion like for the scholars people have had and and you know, debating and discussing and that oppose it.
is what underspin Malika the Allahu Anhu said and he said that you should pray sorry not Abdullah Mistral and he says whoever this is and don't pray home he'd rather offer
nothing so now you have this statement of
Abdullah animus road versus a practice of NFS which one are you going to prefer? This is what the motherboard is to recall issues where the blood comes out or doesn't come out as a breakout will do if it comes out on
one mud hub is looking at all these evidences on one side or the other is looking at these they prefer these evidences and they have an explanation for the other types of evidences and these people who follow these evidences that explain away the other this is our whole focus based on that and this is what we have all these 1000s of books about so that's a scholarly issue you don't just say someone just took this one Hadith and this is what happened
what is the ruling with regards to doing Musa foreign aid understand you locked down this is impossible, but how about out of it? Okay, someone's asking in normal situations. Mustafa Mustafa is not really a sunnah of Eid rally. It's not really a sunnah anyway, the most you can say it's Mr. Help. It's a good thing. But it's not restricted to read. So if someone thinks that, oh, it's a special kind of act of read, then it's wrong. It could even be better. But someone doesn't think that and they just say, Oh, yes, I haven't met you for a long time. And you met him on the day because you've met investigate, and you're not doing self harm. Because all you're meeting your
hands each time like we've got the aid reward, then it's wrong. But if it's not for feed, and you're just doing it because you just that's fine.
Is it more preferable to pray for nothing instead of read in general or individual or for for family or for both at the same time complicated?
Better to pray for Nashville instead of read in JAMA for individual.
Like I said, the view I follow is that we shouldn't be praying right? So I say just pray. There'll be some scholars who will say you can pray the new testimonies about a pre reading prayer to pray and
why do we need for male adults for each salah? Like I'm saying no one reads? So that sort of question for me.
I'm saying you should be praying nothing. So if someone is allowing it at home, then you need to ask them the question that why you're saying for males? Or can two males and two females not suffice? That's a view that's a question for them
Okay, in sha Allah, I think we'll leave it to that.
Whatever you do, don't go into debates and discussions about it just smile and have a good week. Like I said, spend the last day still either still away. We still got two more tomorrow, Friday and Saturday at least you know one more day or two days still too fast worshipping Allah
and inshallah make lots of fast and you try to as much as bad as you can. And then when it comes then inshallah worship Allah ignites like I said, and then pray together as a family for your Salah. There definitely you don't have any females. Males sorry. You can have just two people one you and your wife, husband, Allah, just such a romantics Allah when Allah and you and your wife and your husband I'm just looking forward to that pleasure Salon at inshallah I really enjoyed. And then after that, if you're if you're following the opinion pray it's and I pray to be following the opinion that you don't read. So that was not really a problem, because I've moved ahead, so I'm
gonna put my heater on