Tafsir Intensive – Surat Al Fathihah #1

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Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa Sallim wa ala Ashraf, Colombia he will mousseline the bill you know what have you been our karate our unit Mohammed bin Abdullah la vida de he was happy he of toto sala de Botton with asleep and my bat.

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We begin today's class by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala. We thank him for this brand new day. This Sunday, we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to open those of beneficial knowledge for us.

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We praise Him we thank him and also we asked him to send his choices of blessings and salutations upon the final messenger, our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family members, his companions and all those were preyed upon his but with utmost sincerity until the day of

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many brothers and sisters, this is the tafsir intensive series, like we discussed in the previous episode today in Sharla. Tyler we're going to be commencing, we're going to be beginning circle Fatiha Surah Al Fatiha

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a path of Sora a very important sort of, as you will see in shallow data.

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So before I delve into the content, I'd like to start off by saying that

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in terms of my preference, in terms of my research, in regards to these classes, and going into

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a variety of books, going into multiple passes or listening to different scholars. And at the end of the day, I see myself as a

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a garden

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I see myself otherwise like a bee

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this beautiful garden.

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Okay, so Allah has blessed us. Well, where we are at the entrance of this garden. And what garden am I talking about? I'm talking about the Garden of the dipsea of the noble cauldron of the words of our maker. So Hannah with Anna so this is this beautiful garden.

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A garden full of roses, sweet smelling flowers, Subhan Allah.

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So what is the role of this garden? May Allah subhanho wa Taala accept our efforts I'm going to go in the garden is well maintained. It's been manicured, it's been arranged. And all of this was done by the great legends of the past to scholars of the past, from the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam starting off with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam the Sahaba Ridwan lay Dinah Lima Jemaine, you have the country of even Ambassador de la one whom you have with Mr. Rudra, the long line you've been Amato the long line you Abu huraira, the long one here all these scholars all these Sahaba in one of the data la mine,

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who have contributed towards

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making it so easy for us to understand.

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So today, yes, Alhamdulillah we have these mediums that we are utilizing with the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala, to be able to make our own small contribution in terms of spreading the message in terms of spreading the word of the Almighty.

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But in all honesty, the contributions of the people of the past the righteous people of the past

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far outweigh that of hours. And we pray sincerely and earnestly that Allah accepts our efforts, I mean, so like a garden, I hope to go into this garden and come out with a bouquet of flowers to give you a shout out Allah with every one of these episodes, like a bee that's attracted to these flowers, I hope to go in, collect the sweet smelling nectar and come out and inshallah give it to you in the form of honey. These are metaphors, these parables examples to make you understand.

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You know, in terms of how we hope to disseminate the knowledge be evenly light.

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And at the end of the day, credit is

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due right is due and you must give it you understand, so that's why I thought I'd start off with that introductory note.

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And as always, we hope to, you know, follow a certain structure and I mentioned this structure in the previous episodes in the previous classes, and that's what we will be following. For those of you who are

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been following my classes online these series like the series of Sahaja likewise the tafsir intensive series we follow a certain structure. So with the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala we hope to stick to that.

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Now let's move on to sort of old fat. So suitable Fatiha according to the vast majority of scholars.

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It is considered a surah McKee Yeah.

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Now, you might be wondering, what does it mean makia I thought the surah is called Fatiha. So, what do you mean when you say makiya? You have to understand my dear brother, my dear sister, oh student of knowledge that the sutras the chapters the soul, they basically categorized into my key and my journey, you have my key chapters and many chapters. And to take it a step further, even in terms of the IR I mean, if you go into a very fine and precise study, you will observe that even the data categorized as such, where you have McKee ayat and Madani? If so, what does it mean to be categorized into murky and muddy? What does it What does the category of MKI mean what is the

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category of madonie mean? So we have a few opinions here.

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So for example, you have one opinion, where it states that whatever is deemed is whatever is whatever is deemed as Mikey

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is understood as much can

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you know in in simple language, it's understood as makin McKenna's in

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the idea, or the chapter was revealed in Makkah, it refers to a precise demographic location. So when we say an eye or a chapter is my key, then what we mean as per that opinion, is that it was revealed in Makkah. And when something is deemed or categorized as madonie, then we would go on to arrive at a conclusion that this was revealed in Medina.

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Now, when you look at the other opening that I hope to be sharing with you, you see the latter, yet open it I'm going to be sharing as being more plausible, because with this first opinion, you have an issue.

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And the issue is that there there are IRA, there are chapters that were revealed,

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outside of Macau and outside of Medina.

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Now hypothetically, let's say if an ayah was revealed in life, then now if we are going with the demographic locations, we would have to now categorize the ayat as per the exact location that the Prophet Elias was at, when he received a certain Ayah a set of IR or an entire chapter.

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So therefore, we sympathize with the second opinion. And that opinion is that when something is categorized as Mackie it is deemed as copula hedgerow in the Arabic language, in other words, before the migration of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam regardless of where the Prophet was when the ayat were revealed unto him,

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so it could be in Makkah, it could be outside of Makkah, regardless of where the Prophet was, if the ayat were revealed, before the migration of the prophet to Medina, they are deemed as mucky muck and chapters mccunn ayah.

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And the category known as madonie, is basically I mean, you would have already connected the dots,

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you will arrive at a conclusion that this is, these are ayat or a chapter that was revealed after the header of the prophets, Allah, Islam battle hegira, after the hit of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So I hope that was clear. And I don't think I'll be repeating myself again, this is a you know, it's basically a basic principle that, you know, we need to bear in mind as we proceed, because Henceforth, you know, each time we deal with a new chapter, I'll just make a reference to this that you know, what, this is my key, this is madonie. And now that we have already discussed this important very important point, you will be able to understand what it means when we say my key

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and as to what it means when we say my journey. So moving on, now, sort of In fact, they have

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is considered a McKee chapter. So now, given the earlier explanation,

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you know what it means you have two opinions, an opinion that states that it was revealed in Macedonia the opinion that we sympathize with is that it was revealed before the hatred of the prophets annihilation. And I said that the vast majority of the scholars consider certain Fatiha to be from amongst the first surahs to be revealed in Makkah, as in popularly Hydra before the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and it is considered the fifth surah to be revealed unto the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but

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Not be mentioned vast majority. So that means we have a minority who are of the opinion that that this was revealed after the history of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. For example, we have the great scholar, Mujahid Rahim Allah He is one of the leading scholars of the seer from amongst the second generation of Muslim own the student of the best or the along at home. So he deems this surah was revealed in Medina so you do have a minority who deem Soto Fatiha to have been revealed after the hatred of the Prophet said it is now but the vast majority deemed to have been revealed publicly before the hero The Prophet said a lot while you were listening.

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Now to proceed, why is the surah known as Al Fatiha?

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If you look at the primary meaning of Al Fatiha, the term Al Fatiha Okay, it stems from fat The higher the hole in the Arabic language which means to open. So Al Fatiha is translated as the opening. So, the opening which indicates the surahs function as the opening of the mussaf as the opening of the book fat they had to look it up, if you were to take a must have and open it It serves

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the function

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of in other words have it been named as Al Fatiha is because it serves as the opening and along with that it is the first surah to be read in each and every Raka each and every unit each and every cycle of all of the canonical prayers. The daily prayers you see fudger the first unit units within Fatiha second unit sort of the Fatiha same with our acid Margaret and Ayesha

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so it serves as an opening there as well. So along with that, my dear brothers and sisters It is also called Morocco and it is also called a murky dab. It is also called several my family. So you have all these names that have been suited after the primary name Al Fatiha by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself. These are all derived from the words of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. omachron Omar keytab and said Allah mitanni you have to understand that circle Fatiha is often believed to be a

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like I said, an integral chapter, an integral chapter, a synthesis of the pourrons message.

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And it is often believed to be its most important sort of most important chapter hence the title omole keytab. ohm, as you all know, in the Arabic language is translated as mother. So Omar kita, mother of the Quran, so it's playing a very integral and pivotal role as you can see this particular chapter, so but only my family is translated as the seven, often repeated ayat.

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And I guess this does not need a lot of explanation, due to the fact that it's clear to understand that, you know, on a daily basis, this is I would say, the only surah that is repeated so many times by every single believer, you read it

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twice for fudger. Four times during slot although her and the NASA Margaret buryatia. So on a daily basis, these ayat are repeated so many, many times. So panela. So seven, often repeated is several mahtani.

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And there's another name that is suited upon suitable Fatiha as well. And this is a Shiva.

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Shiva is translated as the cure.

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala bless us all with healing. I mean,

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at the end of the day, you and I

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were all you know,

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ailing in some way or the other. At times, it's physically at times it's mentally. At times, it's spiritually so we ask Allah for healing,

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because he is the healer, the cure, so we ask him for Shiva, we ask him for healing. So circle Fatiha, my dear brothers and sisters is a powerful prescription in regards to obtaining a cure from the cure or from the healer.

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And to illustrate and prove this point further, I'd like to share a very powerful Hadith. And the Hadith has been recorded in the book of Eman al Bukhari Rahim Allah. So in this habeas, I'm, you know, paraphrasing basically, I'm just going to give you the gist of the incident. Due to the brevity of time.

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There were certain companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who were on a journey. And and this is an authentic hadith recorded on the book of Mahmoud Buhari and I'm narrating the incident in my own words. So they come across a tribe from amongst the tribes of the Adams

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This tribe did not entertain them. You see, the thing with

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the Arabs in general is that hospitality, you know, it's a virtuous trait and it was something that they, you know, hold on to very dearly and you can observe that even today Subhan Allah, I'd say their hospitality is at a another level, may Allah bless them, you know, in terms of what and what they do for their guests, you know as as hosts. And and this was ingrained, and like I said, until today, it's basically ingrained in them and that is how we need to be you see the profit in terms of how hospitable he was and how generous he was sort of long, highly valuable element until today. You see that flowing in in there, Masha Allah, may Allah subhanho wa Taala help us to become hospitable

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala help us to become generous as well. I mean, so now this particular tribe did not entertain them. They didn't welcome them, they did not treat them, well. They did not feed them, they didn't do all of that things that were generally you know, by default, things that had to be done by default, when not done.

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So while they were in that state, so perhaps, you know, so they were traveling, they come across a tribe, and they you know,

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this tribe did not treat them well, they did not entertain them did not welcome them. So maybe these companions were traveling, they go on to pitch camp, outside the outskirts of where this tribe was located. And while this was happening, the chief of the tribe, the chief of the tribe that did not entertain the companions, was bitten by

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a poisonous as per one report, it's a snake, as bernetta report, a scorpion, so basically some poisonous animal bites, the chieftain bites the leader of the tribe. And now they're looking for a cure high and low, because, you know, he's at the brink of death, perhaps it's a poisonous animal. And, you know, the healers in the tribe, they're trying their level best to cure him. But to,

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to their dismay, they were not able to, you know, kill the achieved and, and there was, there was a huge ruckus, and there's a lot of chaos now going on, within the tribe.

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And at the point where they were almost about at the point where they were almost about to give up.

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They said, you know, what, these people, these foreigners were traveling, all right,

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who come from different location? Why don't we ask them, perhaps they would have some kind of medicine that we aren't aware of. So, they go and meet these companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and they ask them, have you got any medicine with you, you know, to be able to treat up a leader.

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So what happened was at that point, there was one companion who comes forward, he says, Yes, let me try. And with the help of Allah now he goes to the chieftain. And he started to read,

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super Fatty, no sooner so total Fatty, how was the read upon

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the chieftain of the tribe, lo and behold, by the help of Allah by the will of Allah, the chieftain was cured. He completely recovered Subhana Allah, the people were over joining us, you know, they were in this euphoric state of happiness because the chieftain has recovered, his family was happy, and they go on to present, you know, that initial

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coldness that they had towards the companions vanished and now they were very warm with them, and they go on to present a flock of sheep.

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The Companions didn't know what to do with the sheep and in the first place, they were wondering as to whether it's permissible to you know, accept it, they took it in the form of a gift, but they didn't utilize it for anything they thought to themselves at the discus, basically, you know what we'll go to the messenger salani Selim and first establish as to whether it is allowed for us to accept this. So once they reached the Prophet sallallaahu Selim, they asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in this regard, and interestingly you observe in that narration, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for ba Heck, he loves the smiles and he asks them, Mama at the rock and roll theater.

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How did you know that circle Fatiha is a Rokia or that it can be used as a form of utopia. Now, obviously, this was a question of amazement and surprise, as you can see, because the Prophet smiles you can understand in the context of the narration, it was not a

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question of disapproval. It was a question of amazement and surprise. So how did you know that you know it can be used as a form of roleplay. And in terms of

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the sheep, the profits that is lm went on to say, who do accept them accept the sheep. And not only that, so not only did he permit them to accept

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He goes on to tell them what rebou li B says mean.

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Assign a share for me as well from the flock of sheep. So from this interesting narration, there are a number of, you know, points and lessons that can be gleaned and deduced. Starting off with the primary one that certain Fatiha can be used as a form of Rokia. Hence the name as Shiva that is suited upon a certain fat the hat is a powerful form of Rokia. And that's something that you should bear in mind all students have knowledge at this point. Regarding sicknesses and illnesses that you might be, you know going through in your own lives you can use certain Fatiha to kill yourselves in regards to it and likewise in regards to others. So till Fatiha is a powerful form of healing from

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Allah subhanho wa sallam, and along with that we also glean and deduce that it is acceptable that it is permitted to accept a form of payment or a gift in lieu of, you know, Rokia.

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That's clearly understood because the prophets allied Islam permitted them to accept the flock of sheep and along with that, normally permitting the prophets of Allah Islam in turn to say, well dribbly be salmon. In other words, the Cynosure for me as well. So approval upon approval, so it's pretty clear in this particular notation. So now coming back in regards to the discussion of certain fatty hab SoTL fatty hot consists of seven ayat

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including Best meta, including Best mela. So what is best mera

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best mela is basically Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem Bismillah is a term that is used to mean Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem. So just like best mela you have a str the

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L is the alpha which can be translated as seeking refuge. So when we say LST either what we mean is our to be let him in a shared honor regime. So we mentioned that certain Fatiha consists of seven ayat including mesma. And the whole point of mentioning this is because there is a difference of opinion amongst the scholars in this regard. When you look at the chapters when you look at the the sutras all but one of the 114 sources that we have in the noble Koran begin with Bismillah. Now there is a debate as to whether best mirror is recited or not with any of the surahs during the daily prayers. There is a difference of opinion that exists amongst the scholars. And this

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difference of opinion many brothers and sisters stems from two narrations that are in place. One is the narration of Ernesto de la one and this is recorded in the book of Imam Al Bukhari and Muslim rahima Hama light is a mother*in Allah.

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So honestly Allah one who He states that the prophets that along Wiley vary with Salem, as well as Abu Bakr and Omar are the logline Homer, they would start their prayer by reading Alhamdulillah hear of Bill al Amin.

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So look at the narration again, listen to the narration. And so the last one who he says the prophets eliassen Abu Bakr and Omar adiala, Juan Houma would begin their prayer by reading Alhamdulillah Hiro Bina and me in and in the narration of the of the Imam of Mr. Muslim in the book of Mr. Muslim and so the Allah one who he also says, I did not hear any of them read aloud Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim.

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The other narration

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is the narration of Abu huraira de la one another very close Companion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam a student of knowledge was always with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa said, he is reported to have recited the best mela whilst leading the prayer. And afterwards he is reported to have said amongst you, I perform the prayer that is closest to the prayer of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So the initial Hadith is used as evidence for those who do not read Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem aloud at the beginning of the prayer. And there are other scholars have at least three opinions in regards to it. First, that it is not read silently or aloud and this is the opinion of Imam Malik Rahim Allah. So basically the opennet Malik is that you just start off with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen, Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem is not read silently, nor is it read out aloud. The second opinion is that it is read silently and not allowed. This is the opinion of Imam Abu hanifa and Mr. Medina humble Rahim Allah Rahim Allah. The third opinion is that it is recited aloud in the press

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where you read

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Fill out, for example. So what are you supposed to read out aloud? So in Serato verger Bismillah R Rahman Rahim is supposed to be read out aloud. Now what is a silent prayer so during the prayer of Ohara you would not read Bismillah R Rahman Rahim Allah because basically whatever you're reading is sort of in during solver is basically silent. So, during the loud prayers you are supposed to read it out aloud and this is the opinion of mama Shafi brought him a whole lot so I hope I've made the difference of opinion very clear. Some Abu hanifa and Mr. Muhammad Rahim Allah they go on to say that even with the headings of Anna Sibley, Malik the Prophet, Abu Bakr, Norma rhodiola, Juan Houma.

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They caught the narration, they began with Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil alameen. But perhaps they could have read the Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem quietly, which the narrator of the headset is not aware of. So therefore, they have the opinion that it is supposed to be read quietly. Whilst on the other hand, Mr. Malik is of the opinion that you know, you don't read it out loud, aloud or silently. So that's the difference of opinion just to you know, wrap things up in regards to Bismillah R Rahman Rahim. So, when talking about Bismillah now,

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and by the way, I mentioned that seven is with Bismillah is the other is not a part of the ayat. Now the principle in regards to is the idea is something that we will discuss in as we progress in sha Allah tala in terms of our we let him out to be let him initiate on Rajim there are rulings in that regard and we will discuss them in detail. Right now we're focusing on Bismillah. So in terms of massmailer, saying Bismillah

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when is supposed to say Bismillah. When starting to do anything, you know, you start off with the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Now, there is a hadith there is a narration to the effect where the Messenger of Allah Zionism is reporter upset, every important word, or every, every important word or matter that does not

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begin with the remembrance of a lot is maimed. Main doesn't it's defective.

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Let me repeat the buzz of the messenger, every important word or matter that does not begin with the remembrance of Allah is named.

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And the Hadith this particular Hadith has been narrated in other wordings as well, you know, to kind of give the same meaning. It was narrated by Muhammad in his Muslim dad and in the other books as well. Now, the meaning of the Hadith is acceptable and it is applicable, but a lot of the scholars of Hadith go on to classify and categorize these a hadith as being weak.

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But having said that, the meaning of it is acceptable and applicable. So most of the most of the scholars have the view that it is prescribed, and that it is most the hab it is preferable to say best mela to say the best Mullah to articulate the best Malbin starting important things. And these important things can include acts of worship and other things. So in regards to SoCal Fatiha Bismillah R Rahman Rahim is considered one of the ayat So basically, if you were to leave it out, then sutra Fatiha is incomplete. And if it's incomplete, you to bear in mind that if you compromise on certain factors, and I've mentioned this before, as well, you are compromising as for the school

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of Emma shafia him Allah you are compromising an integral of the prayer. So if you compromise with the Fatiha That, in turn, compromises the prayer, which would render the Salah the prayer as being invalid. So it's very important that we ensure that SoTL Fatiha is read properly. And even in terms of the recitation it's something that we have to work on. If one were to make a mistake, that would lead to the meaning being distorted

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then you know that would render the sutra Fatiha as invalid which in turn would render the Salah as being invalid. For example, if you look at certain Fatiha the ayah yakka Naboo what he yakka Stein and either we are already familiar with.

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There's a common mistake that a lot of us make where we read the word Yak loosely. So instead of with emphasis, because if you were to take the most half and look at the word Yak there is a tiny little w on top of the Yeah, which is known as a shed. So you're supposed to add a layer of emphasis when reading out iya iya. Now I will do what he Yeah, can I Stein?

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That's right. That's the right way to read it. And if you read it, right, it is translated as you alone.

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Yeah I love you worship and you alone VC capital.

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But the common mistake that a lot of us make is that we read it loosely. So, instead of with emphasis some people read it as iaca, yak yak and Abu yaquina Stein.

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Now, when it is read as such loosely, it distorts the meaning entirely,

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it distorts it into something blasphemous

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when you say yakka what you basically mean there is that, oh sunlight

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or rays of the sun, you alone we worship and or rays of the sun, you alone we seek help from So, you basically

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you ascribing your your worship and the seeking of help under the sun. Now, obviously, if you are not aware of it, okay, if you did it without knowledge You are excused. But that is not an excuse that you can always fall back on.

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Because it is established and it is understood that you must work on the recitation of your Quran of total Fatiha.

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And today, we have so many mediums so many tools at our disposal to ensure that we because at the end of the day, you understand that our religion is a knowledge based religion. So you can always fall back onto the excuse or you know what, I don't know the language. I don't understand the language. So you know what, and you can't just remain like that.

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You know, in that manner of

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heedlessness, that just won't work? Because we have so many tools at our disposal to be able to further our knowledge in regards to the deen. And now that you heard it from me, I've done my responsibility in terms of conveying the importance of SoTL Fatiha and the fact that you must work on the recitation of social fattier. Now it's your turn to work on the recitation of certain Fatiha to study the meanings of certain data. Obviously, the whole point of us tuning into the tafsir pseudo Fatiha is to further our knowledge and hamdulillah.

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Along with that, please make time to work on the recitation of Surah Fatiha start off with chosen fat hat and along with that go on to rectify your recitation of the entire core, unburied Nila today we tend to spend a lot of time seeking knowledge in regards to the things that matter to us. We go on to learn new skills, all kinds of things in regards to the things that matter to us. So what about the deen of Allah? What about your deen Medea brother, my dear sister, does it not matter enough to you?

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That you spend time learning you must you must do it. So we ask a lot to open those beneficial knowledge for us and we asked him to bless us with the opportunity to further our knowledge in regards to the Quran, and the teachings of our messenger sallallahu and he was said, so having mentioned that now we move on circle Fatiha.

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severnaya consists of 29 words consists of 142 letters, a powerful chapter My dear brothers and sisters. This is a chapter that establishes a very beautiful relationship with our maker.

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And I need you to reflect on this each and every time you read this chapter in prayer. Some of us we do it in a very mechanical way.

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You know in a very mechanical way robotic. We tie that aqui Bismillah R Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu. Maliki Ahmed, we don't reflect on the ayat we don't reflect on the meanings we don't ponder.

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I'm going to be sharing Hadith with you now.

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As we come to the conclusion of this class, and I want you to reflect on this hadith on this beautiful narration.

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It's a hadith codici. Now what is a hadith good to see, a hadith good to see is a hadith where the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam narrates to us what Allah said.

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Now you may be thinking, well if Allah said it, is that not the Quran? See, that's the distinct difference between the Quran and Hadith codici These are the words of our maker, but they're not categorized as the Quran. They come under the category of a Heidi, because the Prophet was not instructed to make it as part of the Quran. So these are the words of Allah. But they come under the Hadith of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasalam and don't come under the category of the Quran. I hope it's clear. So it's an authentic narration according to the book of Imam Muslim Rahim Allah, Abu huraira. The one who he reports to the prophets lie Selim is reported to have said that Allah

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has Virgil said

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I have divided the prayer

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for some to salata. benei verbania Abbe de mis Fein, I have divided the prayer between myself and my servant into two halves. I have divided it into two halves

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and then he

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As Virgil goes on to say, when the IBD Messiah

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and my servant shall have what he has asked for,

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for the color the Abba do, Alhamdulillah here have been on me in and when my slave says Alhamdulillah here on Rabbil alameen

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All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the words, then a lot of response to that Hamid any IBT my slave, my servant has praised me, what is upon and when he says a rough man you Rahi and when you say is a rough man, you Rahim. I respond, call Allahu Tana. Now, hi, Leah. I believe my servant has exalted me.

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My servant has exalted me and then when he says, Maliki omit the mean, when he say is the

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master the Lord of the Day of Judgment, Allah subhanho wa Taala responds, Majid duniya habla de, my servant has glorified me, my servant has external to me.

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And then when he says he cannot go do what he can do esteri in you alone, you're allowed to worship and you alone we seek help you alone, we ask for help. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala responds to that had benei webinar abiti when the Abbe de masa, Al, this is between me and my servant, and my servant will have what he has asked for.

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Look at the words of our makers of Hana with that, and then when we read it in a Serato Mr. Team, guide us onto the straight path serata Latina and I'm dialing him available bluebee I lay him with a ball or lean until the end of the surah Allah subhanho wa Taala response to that had labadie Willie Abdi Marcel, Allah subhanho wa Taala responds, this is for my slave and my slave will have but he has asked for. So look at this hadith video brothers and sisters in Islam, for every idea that you read, the maker, the Lord of all words, that King is responding. This is this intimate conversation that you're having with your maker subhanho wa Taala, this divine link. So is it befitting is it

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appropriate that this powerful chapter we read in a robotic way that this chapter be read in a monotonous way, in a mechanical way? where sometimes you know, there are some of us, some of us who just fly through the surah across the surah animals to finish it as soon as possible? Is it appropriate many brothers and sisters? Don't you think you should ponder and reflect just imagine you're talking to someone else.

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It's a sign of respect, where you listen to them attentively.

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you absorb what they're trying to say and respond intelligently. So here you are in this

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link with Allah subhanho wa Taala

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number one UI in sada it's a divine link that we enjoy with our maker. So Hannah want to highlight and here as you read it after ayah Allah subhanho wa Taala he responds. So this is how powerful the surah is, this is interpreted the virtue of this surah My dear brothers and sisters Islam, that we are going to be commencing inshallah that. So I hope this class served as an introductory session in regards to certain fatty high in regards to certain important point is about SoTL fatty has the name the virtues

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and we touched on the important things as well. hamdulillah so the coming class I hope to start off with is the either out to be let him initiate honor regime and Bismillah Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and from there onwards we will move on to item number two al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen and then deal with the ayat one after the other, be it neolite Allah. With that I conclude today's class, I look forward to talking to you all the coming week in sha Allah Highland de como la who Hira I thank you for tuning in. And I request you to subscribe. If you haven't subscribed, and when subscribing you'll notice a tiny bell next to the subscribe button. Just hit that bell so that each time a new

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