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I Broke an Oath – Promise! What Do I Do?

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Muiz Bukhary

Channel: Muiz Bukhary

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. So this morning, I received the question, Chef, what is the kafala? What is the expiation for breaking a vow? So with regards to vows with regards to oaths, when you take an oath, an example of taking an oath is when you say, well law here where you take an oath In the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And you say, well, law II, I will do this will lie, I will not do this. So if you take an oath, and if you were to break that oath, if you were not to do the thing that you said you're going to do, or if you were to do the thing, that you said that you're not going to do, then as per the idea in Surah, almeyda, which is the fifth chapter, I am

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number 89, I will make a Subhana Allah He says, law you are here to qumola will be love with you a manickam. Allah will not impose blame upon you for what is meaningless in your own thoughts. Well, I can you are here to come, be my God, tomorrow a man but he will impose blame upon you for breaking what you intended of odds. So the odds that have been taken with, you know, firm intention, but not the careless ones, the ones with firm determination and intention, then yes, it is binding, and the expiation for it, the IRA goes on to now, detail the expiation for cafardo ito mo ashati masakan until the end of the if, so, the expiation is the feeding of I'm going to read the irfs, the feeding

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of 10 needy people from the average of that which you feed your own families or clothing them or the freeing of a slave, but whoever cannot find or afford it, then a fast of three days is required.

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Delica cafardo, to Imani comida hellesdon that is the expiation for oats when you have Swan photo I'ma come God your oats, Allah subhanho wa Taala caps off the ICA velika ubu Allahu Allah Almighty Allah Allah, Quran Thus does Allah subhanho wa Taala make clear to you, his IRA so that you may be grateful. So in summary, my dear brothers and sisters, a person who is obligated to expiate has the choice to do one of these three options. Basically, he is supposed to either feed 10 needy people or he is supposed to clothe 10 needy people, or he is supposed to free a slave and if he is not able to do either one of the three aforementioned options, then he has to fast three days. It will not be

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sufficient for this individual to pay an expiation to less than 10 needy people as the idea clearly outlines 10 needy people. I hope I've shed light in regards to the expiation of oats, Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best