40 Hadith of Imam Nawawi – Episode 8
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu lillahi wa
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I want to start off by telling a short story of my time at the Islamic University of Medina. I remember
the teacher that was teaching us in Santa with Sal Bukhari. Till this day, I don't know what his name was, we used to refer to him as alpha law, as in the former, and the reason we used to refer to him as this is because every time he would walk into the classroom, he would have the like the the odor of like cow manure, and like goat do droppings and stuff. And then one day, some of the students they actually followed him back to score. And he actually had a pickup truck that had goats, he brought goods University in the back. Now, the interesting thing about this teacher that, you know, that was my motivation to actually study Sahil Bukhari, I thought to myself, this teacher
is absolutely terrible, you know, he has no idea how to teach. And that became my motivation and my passion and what I need to study to help equality by myself. And that's how I'm going to end up learning about equality. Then we had a second teacher and he's a second to the teacher that I want to focus on today. But then later, his name is Jacob Dorfman oroshi, dan shut down the abdomen, Rashida, and she got the hamanasi. Then for those of you who are familiar with the hadith of Medina, she got the Messiah. But he has been the student that reads the Chicago Machina, but everyday in his weekly in his daily Holocaust. So for like the last 15 years, or last 20 years or so, he's the one
that's been reading to him. And till this day, I've never come across a teacher like this Subhanallah this teacher was so strict, and so on point, it was like I couldn't exaggerate it, even if I wanted it to. So for example, in class, if your call if your eyes left to the books or left looking at him, he would pick it up right away. And he would make you stand up and right, it was like reciting this nut, is if you don't recite this net, get out of my class. I remember the day we used to have exams. We used to have our midterm exams, the general norm is on the day of a midterm exam, you'll come to class, you do your midterm exam, and you leave. Well, she got a lot of monetary
done, He will teach you for the first half an hour, clog your mind with a whole bunch of information. And then he'd be like, call us. We're doing your Amanda center. We're doing your, you know, midterm exam right now. I remember our final exam, our final exam, just to show, you know, the type of personality he had. His exam was extremely difficult. And we were one of the questions. He was like, remember, you mentioned what a big Rahim Allah said about a particular narrator. And his name was something like Mohammed bin Mohammed, we have like a million of them, it's impossible to figure out who he's talking about. Unless you were paying like immense detail detail to what he's
been talking about the whole semester. And, you know, students start complaining. He's like, fellas, you know what? I'm going to give you guys a bonus question. I admit, I've been harsh. I'll give you guys a bonus question. He goes, mentioned the third word on page 19. And the students are like, what was his question? This is even worse than the original question. And then he would just sit there, and he would laugh with the students, he would just sit there laughing.
And, you know, it's not that he had with ill intention, but he was a very, very, you know, unique personality. You know, when you think about really clever genius, people socially awkward. This was sort of like who he was. But till this day, you know, there are certain lessons that he taught me that, you know, if you were to ask me these questions in my sleep, I would be able to answer those questions. And that is because of how strict he was with his students in terms of how much he made us right in terms of, you know, he would keep us till the very second that class was over, and he would never keep us a second longer or a second shorter, you would always end on time. He was one of
the few teachers that was almost never absent. You know, I the whole semester, I had a whole year and son older, I don't remember him being absent once and this is the type of person he was. Now the reason why I mentioned this the reason why I mentioned this is because one of the IDs that we had covered with him in the masala Hadith class was this hadith that we're discussing today with the light Allah and it brought back you know, a lot of memories and on top of that, I was, you know, talking about Jacob documentary last night with with some guests as well. So all those memories came back and I wanted to share them with you as well.
Now, this last point, you know, that was mentioned that the way he used to make us, right? Like, I want you to think about Panama each and every single syllable that came out of his mouth, he would force us to write it down. He was like, you never know what is going to come on your final exam, make sure you write everything down. And then when you look at the books of the predecessors in terms of, you know, the adab, or the editor of affordable and they emphasize the exact same thing, that as a student of knowledge, you're meant to be writing everything down. Because if you're not writing it down, you do not for sure, know for sure, if you're retaining it or not, you do not know
for sure if you're retaining it or not. Now, particularly with this headache, you will notice that we're discussing something very, very simple. Tonight, we're discussing the five pillars of Islam. This is something that you know, the kids they probably studied in Sunday school, and you know, you're like, why are we covering it today, but you'll notice that building lights are we're going to be going into detail that requires a lot of writing down or it requires, you know, a memory like a mammal book called The Ramallah head, where you just like, memorize everything. So it is nice if you have pen and paper, you know, start writing down within the heater. So starting off with the first
Hadith, it mentions on the authority of Abdullah Omar Abdullah Katara. The Allahu anhu said, I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, Islam has been built on five pillars, testifying, there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, establishing this occur, paying visit, establishing the Salah, paying this occur, making the Hajj to the house and fasting in Ramadan. It was reported by both al Bukhari and by our Muslim. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he starts off this hadith by giving an example. And here the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continues to teach us the importance of
relating subject matters to the people. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he mentioned Bosnian Islam, that Islam is built upon five pillars. This is an example that he's giving to the people that they can easily relate to. So in the past, people would actually just go and build their own houses. So they will find a place that they like, if that place was vacant, and you know, accessible, they would start building their houses there. So they would know this concept of building pillars. Now that is why the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam, he starts off this hadith with this clear example, because everyone can relate to the function of a pillar,
you know, in this building, if you take the pillars away, then the building would not stand. Similarly here with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam is mentioning that Islam is built upon these five pillars, you take these pillars away, and Islam will no longer exist, Islam will no longer exist. Now here the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as is usual, he mentioned these things in a particular order due to their importance and due to their significance. So the one that is mentioned first is the basis for all of the the ones to come. Similarly with the second, the third, the fourth, and the fifth as well. Now you'll notice that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu
alayhi, wa sallam he starts off that the first pillar of Islam is the statement of a shadow La ilaha illallah wa shawanda Muhammad Rasul Allah, it is the statement of that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam is His Messenger and prophet. So now let us firstly start off by emphasizing the statement itself. As you can see, the statement is broken down into two components, component number one, where the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us La ilaha illAllah La ilaha illAllah. Now this component will know itself is also broken down into two components. That is the negation of there is no ILA, except for Allah
subhana wa Tada. So the first is there is no ILA. And then the affirmation comes with except for Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, we're not going to get into the grammatical of this. But what you want to understand from this statement is that this is one of the most complete ways to get a message across, will you negate all of the opposites and then you affirm the message that you're trying to get across. So here, you're negating that there is an elf, except for Allah subhanaw taala, so that no one has the right to be worshipped, except Allah subhanho wa Taala. The second thing you want to pay attention to over here in this component, is the fact that it is very important to understand
what this statement actually means. So when we say the statement, la la la la, what is the statement of La ilaha illAllah actually mean? And I've been giving it away and the way I've been translating it, and that is that there is no one worthy of worship, except Allah subhanaw taala Why is this significant? Because it is significant due to the fact that based upon how you understand the statement, people will enter and exit Islam people will enter and exit Islam. So for example, if we were to now change the understanding of the statement from there's no one worthy of worship except Allah, to the statement of there is no creator
except Allah subhanho wa Taala there is no creator, except Allah subhanaw taala one of the dangerous ramifications of this statement would now become that rather than focusing on the bad of Allah subhanho wa Taala. What will make you Muslim is the fact that you recognize Allah subhanho wa Taala creates, and Allah subhanaw taala sustains, and Allah subhanho wa Taala gives life and death. Based upon this understanding the likes of Iran would have been Muslim, the likes of shaytaan would have been Muslim, and the likes of you know, the vast majority of kafar would have been Muslim, because they recognize that Allah subhanaw taala is the only one that creates, and the only he's the only
one that has the attributes of honorable beer. So it's very important to understand this statement is exclusive to the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. That what enters people into Islam and takes people outside the fold of Islam is the exclusive worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. The third thing related to the statement of La ilaha illAllah is that this statement has conditions to it, the statement has conditions to it, one of the famous tambien by the name of Wahhabism whenever he said this statement of Laila heilala is the key to gender. And like all other keys, if it does not have the correct ridges, then it will not open the door by the ridges, his meaning that if you
look at the key, you'll notice that it has, you know, a pointy design on it. These are known as the ridges, and that is what differentiates one lock from another lock. So what he's saying is that if the key does not have the right ridges, then it's not going to open up the door to paradise. So now the question arises, what are the correct ridges that are required for this key to open up the doors to paradise. And this is what the scholars of Islam call the conditions of the Shahada. This is what the scholars of Islam called the conditions of the Shahada, meaning that without these conditions, the Shahada will not be valid. Without these conditions, the Shahada will not be valid. Now, where
do these conditions actually come from? These conditions actually come from the verses of the Koran and the statements of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself? What are these conditions that the scholars of Islam refer to? They are broken down to seven, eight or nine conditions, depending on which scholars you ask, they'll give you seven, eight or nine conditions. And for the sake of our discussion, now that we're having an extensive discussion on these conditions, we're going to mention all nine of these conditions been indicted. One of the famous scholars by the name of unhappy that alchemy by a half of them hack me, he has a book known as
moudgil cobalt he has a book known as managing cobalt, and he's fought According to him, he believes that there are seven conditions to the Shahada, he's actually put those terms into a into a bx into like, you know, poetic verses, he says the conditions of the Shahada being seven R and L muhuali. Aquino, well, COBOL will include the ID for the Lima volunteer for the macoun cidco, when a colossal one muhabba wahaca cola who the muhabba so he says that the conditions of the Shahada are seven. So for those of you that know, Arabic, you know, it's very easy to learn these a bit. So you know, the conditions of the Shahada, and I can't overemphasize the subject enough, because Subhana Allah, how
many Muslims do we know that have no idea that, you know, there are conditions to the Shahada, that they'll tell people you know what, you want to accept Islam just say this Shahada, and this will make you Muslim? This is not the case. But rather, these conditions need to be met, in order for the Shahada to be valid, even for our own selves, you know, what is it that is making us Muslim, it is the statement itself. So if we don't know what these conditions are, we may, you know, perhaps not be fulfilling the conditions of the statement, which could exit us outside the fold of Islam and we don't even know it. So now, let us go through these conditions behind the lights Allah. So condition
number one is knowledge. condition number one is knowledge. So people have to have knowledge of what the statement of law is, the law actually meets. So it means that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah, that our ultimate goal in worshipping is Allah subhanaw taala alone with no partners with him. And this is a commandment that Allah subhanaw taala gives the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the 47th chapter of the Quran in verse number 19, where Allah subhanho wa Taala he tells Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for them and who La ilaha illAllah. He says that no have knowledge of the fact that there's no one worthy of worship except Allah
subhanho wa Taala. Number two is to have certainty in the statement, it is to have your theme that now that you have knowledge of the statement, you have to have your clean in this statement, and this is seen in the verse of SoTL for gerat. So number 49, verse number 15, where Allah subhanho wa Taala he describes the believers as in them and we know none in the moon alladhina amanu Bella he was solely from Miami or Sabu, that the believers are only those people that believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala and the Messenger of Allah
Love, I do sell them. And then we have no doubt about it, meaning that they have your clean in this statement. So you have to have ultimate faith and conviction in the statement that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah subhanaw taala. And here's like an interesting test.
One of the scholars of Islam by the name of Mohammed bin Abdullah, Mohammed bin Abdullah Ibrahim Allah. You'll notice that the vast majority of his books, they discuss this concept of Zakat, all they talk about is this concept of worshipping Allah subhanho wa Taala alone.
And one day his students started complaining to him, they started saying all emotion all he talks about day and night is the heat, you know, do you not know anything else to teach us? And he just ignores the question. And he starts telling the students that you know, last night, there was a man that sacrificed a chicken to other than Allah subhana wa Tada, there was a man who sacrificed a chicken to other than Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the students he didn't they didn't think anything of this. They're like, tell us what's the big deal? You know, what's the point? Then he goes on and he sells a second point thing about this man. And he says, you know, this man, he also got married
to his mother, he also gets his mother. Now the students they showed up wrong, they're like, you know, how could this man do this, this is not befitting, you know, Allah made this hot on this is you know, not permissible. And then the shear concludes by telling them this is the exact point that when you start realizing that even sacrificing something like a chicken for other than the sake of Allah subhana wa tada is greater in the sight of Allah subhanho wa Taala, than a man getting married to his mother, that is when I will stop teaching or hate. But till that time comes, I'll continue to preach this. Now what is the difference over what is the significance of a man who sacrifices a
chicken to other than the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He's committed shokudo Allah subhanho wa Taala he's committed a sin that if he was to die on that sin, it would, it would take him outside the fold of Islam and he would not be forgiven by Allah subhanho wa Taala. Whereas this man that got married his mother, yes, it's something important. It is something disgusting, very foul, very vile. But at the same time, it's a sin, that doesn't take him outside the fold of Islam, he's just considered sinful in doing this. And this is the point that when you have conviction, that there's no one worthy of worship other than Allah subhanho wa Taala. When you see people committing shift
and committing blasphemy, it should have the same effect and greater than if someone was to tell you that they got married to their mother or to one of their siblings or something, you know, discussing an abortion like that. The act of shark is even more disgusting than that. And this is the test of certainty. So if you're actually certain in the statement, you see how you react to people committing * with Allah subhana wa Tada. If it builds that passion and build that desire, then Alhamdulillah that certainty is there. But if the fact that you treat it like an everyday occurrence, we're completely desensitized. This starts to become an indication that the level of
certainty has gone down, that the level of certainty has gone down. The third condition of the Shahada. The third condition of the Shahada is that now that you have knowledge now that you have certainty, you have to have acceptance of it. So you have to accept the statement, that there is no one worthy of worship, except Allah subhanho wa Taala. So it's not something you're going to fight. It's not something you're going to struggle with. And the proof for this is Allah subhanho wa Taala, telling the people of the past that will you believe in part of the book and reject part of the book, meaning that you have to accept this statement as a whole everything that it comes with. And
the proof of this is in Surah, number two, verse number 85. So number two, verse 85, likewise, in socialism, so the last verse number 36, Allah subhanho wa Taala, he tells us that it is not for the believer, man or woman, that when a line is missing, you have decreed a matter that they should have, in your opinion in this, but rather we accept this, and we submit to it, we submit to it. The fourth condition of the Shahada. The fourth condition of the Shahada is a submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala. The fourth condition of the Shahada is an empty add submission and compliance. So now that you have knowledge of it now that you certainly have it, now that you accepted it, how does
an individual act upon the statement, how does an individual act upon the statement, the proof for this is Surah number 39, verse 54, surah, number 39, verse 54, where Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, and turn in repentance and obedience with true faith to your Lord, and submit to Him a complete submission and submit to Him a complete submission.
So an uncleared This is a second component that we want to, you know, emphasize over here, the importance of acting according to the statements of the Shahada, the manifestation of the Shahada is not just in terms of
You know, what does your heart to long for the manifestation of the Shahada is not just about praying five times a day, it is about your whole life, reflecting the statement your whole life reflecting this statement. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, he tells us in total and I'm telling the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called inner Salatu, wa nasukawa. Rama Murthy, the horrible admin that say that my prayer, my rituals, my living and my dying are for Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, that your whole life, it becomes a representation of the Shahada, it becomes a representation of the Shahada. And this will only take place once an individual understands the what
the Shahada actually means. So that you look at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the courage they used to fight the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam based upon the statement, because they understood the severity of the statement. Likewise, what changed the Sahaba from being some of the biggest transgressors to becoming the best of the generations is understanding the Sahaba and acting upon this. So now when you start analyzing your life, your life as a whole, is it a manifestation? Is it a representation of the Shahada, or exhibit? Or is it a representation and a manifestation of something else, or representation and manifestation of
something else? Number five, I said, being truthful to the statement, being truthful to the statement, as opposed to being dishonest and being hypocritical. So being truthful with the statement means that whenever an individual you know, falls short in fulfilling the statement of Lyla halala he's truthful to it, he recognizes it, and he extends back to this way of life. He Hastings back to this way of life. And the proof for this is in sort of Dakota versus h 210. The proof for this is sort of bacara versus eight to 10. Number six is Nicolas is an EClass having sincerity for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So someone says this Shahada not because you know,
they want to get married to an individual, not because you know, they're going to get some sort of price? And is there like interesting stories? annaleigh.
How many individuals do we see, that will take their Shahada, just because they want to get married to a Muslim person. And then they'll say their Shahada, but they have nothing to do with Islam. You know, unfortunately, this is the case, where the vast majority of people will take their Shahada for the sake of getting married, but they'll have nothing to do with Islam. And you'll notice that since the sin is not there, since the truthfulness is not there, then that statement of itself will have no benefit. And the second story is so Pamela.
I was in Malaysia for the first time in December 2011. And this was like one of the scariest moments, you know, subpanel in my life. I remember the first time I gave a quote, but I was very, very scared. And there might have been maybe like, you know, literally about 40 people there 40 people, and I was panicking. I was like, Man, what is wrong with me? I'm such a coward. And my so much so that you know how you see in cartoons, where like, the person's knees start to shake and tremble. I was on the mumble and my knees are shaking and trembling. So
now we go forward. This is what like, literally 19 years later or something like that. We get to this instance, this instance in Malaysia, the brother says you're giving whatever at the Islamic University of Malaysia of Kuala Lumpur as a class you know, not a big deal. How many people can there be, you know, you walk into the parking lot. The parking lot from the beginning of the parking lot to the machine is 20 minutes. That's the walk. So we start walking, I'm like, Man, this is gonna be intense. And then you start walking from the beginning of the masjid till the first drop, mesic another like a six minute walk. You climb up the stairs. without exaggeration, I think it was 150
stairs to get to the top of the mountain. You go up it says salaam aleikum, wa rahmatullah. demising starts giving the event. And as I sit down, I start seeing how many people are actually there. There were as many people as far as the eye could see, as far as the eye could see. We're talking about 15,000 people, 15,000 people. And I'm just sitting there. And I was like, Do I still have a chance to run away? You know, how could I get that?
That's what's going through my mind at that time that was going through my mind at that time. Now, that was the rememberable moment of it. But the more memorable moment of this was the fact that we had a Chinese individual take Shahada, a Chinese individual takes Shahada. Now, for us, that's no big deal. You know, we will see Chinese people take Shahada all the time, inshallah, for them, it was the first time ever in the history of the whole university, that a Chinese person was taking Shahada that day, and I saw something so unique, so analog, so this brother, he takes the Shahada, and what is the must you do? They took a like a, an empty jar, and he said that his brother took
He's going to go through some challenges. We want the community to support him. So they sent this jar throughout the machine, and they raised something like 11,000 ringgit, that comes out to about $3,000 or $4,000, something like that. Now, in our sense, again, you know, $4,000 in Calgary that might pay your rent for a month, some groceries, some bills, that's about it, but 11,000 ringgit, you know, that's like people's salary over there. That's like people's salary over there. So this individual is finally he's leaving the budget. And he's like, overjoyed. And then you start hearing people, you know, they start like doubting his Eman. They start saying he only took his Shahada,
because he knew they were going to raise money, and have also had a lot, you know, Muslims are so evil, that they started doubting his shadow just because he had this money with them. And it shows you the effects of jealousy and you know, all those other diseases in art. But the point being, that, you know, Allah knows best what institution that is, we pray that Allah grants him he die and keeps him form upon Islam.
But this shows is another concept that if a person said the Shahada just for the sake of getting this money, then obviously that Shahada will do no benefit to him. And the thing that will nullify It is his sick, because there was no sincerity. There was no honesty in that statement, he was doing it just for the sake of getting that money, just for the sake of getting that money, and there is no sincerity in it as well. The seventh condition is muhabba. The seventh condition is the love of the statement. And it's not only loving this statement, it's about making sure that your ultimate love is Allah subhanho wa Taala and his messengers of Allah ideal setup, that your ultimate love is Allah
subhanho wa Taala and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The second component to this is that loving all of the believers, loving all of the believers, support them having love for the Shahada is having love for anyone that has said the Shahada, having love for anyone that has said the Shahada. And the third and last component to this love, is loving everything that Allah loves, and hating everything that Allah hates. So all the good deeds that Allah loves, we have to love them as well. And all the things that I must have handled that I hate from the bad deeds. We have to hate those things as well. And actually, I didn't give the proofs for sincerity, the proof
or sincerity was sort of 39 verse number two, sort of 39 verse number two and surah, number 98, verse number five, so 98 verse number five, then talking about love, the proof for love a surah, number two, verse 165. So in number two, verse 165, and surah, number nine, verse 24. So number nine, verse 24. Now these are the seven most common conditions that the scholars of Islam when you talk about the conditions of the Shahada, these are the conditions that they talk about, who can give me a recap of the seven conditions? What are the seven conditions? Besides you, besides you? What are the seven conditions? Go ahead, give me as many as you can.
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Excellent. Fantastic. jazak Allahu Allah, he does duckula. Okay, so those are the seven conditions of the Shahada that we've taken so far. And you'll notice that the vast majority of scholars that talk about the conditions of the Shahada, these are the seven that they refer to. Now, the two more that they add on to them, the two more that some of the scholars add onto them. Number eight, this is going on to number eight, is alcohol without alcohol without. So this is part of the verse in Surah Surah Baqarah, verse 256. So in sort of verse 256, we're almost supine with Allah He says, that whoever makes Cofer with the target and believes in Allah subhanho wa Taala. Then he is held on
to the firmest of handholds. He's held on to the firmest of handholds. So go for the target, what does this actually mean? Good in the Islamic term of using this is anything that is worshipped besides Allah subhanho wa Taala it needs to be rejected, it needs to be rejected. So it's not sufficient that you worship Allah subhanho wa Taala but you need to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, and you need to reject everything else besides Allah subhana wa tada that is worshiped. The ninth condition, the ninth condition, and that is that a person should hold on to the statement of La ilaha illAllah till the day that they die till the day that they died. And the proof for this is
in Surah number three, verse one or two. So number three, verse one or two, where I must have I know what Allah says Allah mutanda illa Anto Muslim and do not die except in the state of Islam. Now these two last ones number eight and number nine are comfortable with you know rejecting anything else besides Allah subhanaw taala that is worshipped and holding on to the statement till the day that one dies. The scholars that said that there are only seven they responded to these eight and nine by saying that these are automatically inferred. So when we talk about a class worshipping Allah subhanaw taala
Alone being sincere to Allah alone, it automatically infers that you will do comfortable targets because it's impossible to be sincere without rejecting all the other deities that are worshipped. And number nine, they said that in terms of you know, living is keeping this till the till the end when one dies, they said this is understood that the shader is meant to be for a lifetime, it's not something that you keep for a short period of time, only, it's not meant for a short period of time on guys stop fooling around.
Now we get to the second part of the statement, now we get to the second part of the statement, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. Now, what are the key components that needs to be understood over here? What are the key components that need to be understood over here? Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent as the final and last messenger. So that's number one, that after Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there are no messengers. Number two, is that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us, each and every single thing that we know that is required to be successful in the hereafter. So anything that we
need to know in order to attain gender and abstain from the Hellfire, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has taught it to us. So that is the second condition. Number three, the third and last condition is that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam conveyed the message of Islam perfectly, he conveyed the message of Islam perfectly, meaning that there was no deficiency in him conveying the message of Islam, there is no deficiency in him conveying the message of Islam. So now these are the three main pillars that are required to understand when we talk about that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. Now,
what are the some of the, I guess?
detailed points that are inferred over here, that when we talk about Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being the final and last messenger, this automatically implies that there is a series of messengers that came before him and that likewise just like you believe in Mohammed Salah it was set up you have to believe in the previous messengers as well. So a Muslim that does not believe in a Saudi Silla and Muslim that doesn't believe in masala Salaam are more Muslim that doesn't believe in Ibrahim or north, he will not be a Muslim. This will take him outside the fold of Islam, because part of believing in Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam isn't believing in the prophets and
messengers that came before him is believing in the prophets and messengers that came before him. Number two, is that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us what we need in order to be successful. Some of the detailed points related to this over here is that the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala is complete, that there is nothing that can be added to the religion
except that it will become harmful to it. Nothing is added to the religion of Islam, except that it becomes harmful to it. Number three, the fact that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam conveyed the teachings of Islam perfectly, meaning that he didn't fall short in teaching anything that Allah subhanaw taala commanded him to teach. What this is what this necessitates? Is that just how the Muslims are in need of the Koran, they are in need of the sinner as well. And just like how Allah subhanho wa Taala preserved the Koran, he will preserve this sooner because the teachings of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are there to explain the teachings
of the Quran, the teachings of the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam are there to explain the teachings of the Koran. And in fact the Koran is dependent upon the Sunnah itself because the Sunnah came to explain the core art. So those are the basic points that you need to know regarding that Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the messenger. Now this takes us to the second pillar. This takes us to the second pillar, where the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says that it is to a commerce Allah to establish the prayer, establish the prayer, one of the famous scholars of Islam Muhammad, Allah says Allah He says something very, very interesting Suppan lines
very, very true. He says how many people perform prayer, but failed to establish it? How many people perform prayer but failed to establish it? Now when you understand this concept, you'll notice that the terminology that Allah subhanho wa Taala uses in the Quran and the Sunnah is never a Salah is never adesola because there are so that we just need to perform the Salah, but the term that Allah subhanaw taala and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam constantly use is a commerce Allah is to establish the prayer. So what does that actually mean? What is a commerce Sala actually mean? A commerce Salah means not only to be physically engaged in what you are doing, but likewise
emotionally engaged in it as well. Meaning that when you're praying to Allah subhanho wa Taala, your heart is attentive to the Salah itself. It has this element of fear that will this law be accepted for me or not. It has this element of perfection that allows
Hello Donna is watching me right now, am I perfecting the way that I'm praying to Allah subhana wa Tada. It has this element of hope that when the light hits Allah, Allah will accept this Salah, it has this element of mercy, that when the light on it could be this very act that, you know, grants me a higher level and gender. So these are some of the emotions that a person should be thinking of. These are some of the emotions that the individual should be thinking of when he's thinking about the seller. Now, some of the scholars of the past when they talked about a commerce seller, that can be looked into the books of their fear, they will explain this term of you know, karma to Sala what
is a karma to Sala actually mean, and they actually mentioned five things which I'll share with you within it. They said in terms of apartment, the Salah, this means that one must be in a state of purity, one must be in a state of purity, and a state of purity, meaning not only physically, but spiritually as well, that he shouldn't have any hatred or animosity inside of himself. As he's going into Silla, he shouldn't have any sort of destruction inside of that Salah that he needs to be internally pure as well. Number two is that it should be done at its earliest possible time. Number two that should be done at its earliest possible time. Number three, they said that the men should
be praying in JAMA number three, that the man should be praying in JAMA. Number four, is that the Salah should be done according to its rulings and regulations. Number four that the seller should be done according to its rulings and regulations. So for example, let's just say that the you're praying a lot to the Lord, and the Imam doesn't sit for the second, she doesn't sit for the first the shout, you know, what is an individual mentioned to do at that time. And you'll notice that this causes a lot of chaos, that sometimes the man has stood up and the congregation wants to force him to go back into the shower. Is this something that is required? Or is it something that is not
required? Or should he just continue to salah and do surgery to so at the end? Now these sort of detailed nuances, all of us are required to know because at one point or another, we will be leaving the salon, we're not leaving the salon, we'll be playing by ourselves and it can happen to any of us. So you need to know this detailed information in terms of how to perform your salon according to the rulings and regulations. And then the fifth and last thing that they mentioned is that the heart at that time, it should be attentive, it should be submissive, it should be attentive, it should be submissive, it should be humble, it should be attentive, it should be submissive, and it should be
humble, and it should be calm, and this calmness should be manifest on the lips itself. So they mentioned these four attributes of the heart. The fourth one being the most important that the act of calmness should be manifest on the limbs as well. That's the Pinilla. You see, you know the Messenger of Allah so seldom, and they had if he mentions how some people literally when they pray, they will be pecking like a crow. I mean, there's like there is a possible weakness and this Hadith, but somehow this is so true. Like when you see some people praying, sometimes they go into such the so quickly and they get up and go back into such that literally it is like the picking of a crow.
Now there's no calmness in that Salah, the call of the Salah is meant to be called the Salah is meant to be called. Now, you know when you think about this view to approximately average the prayers of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi Salaam Salaam
would be half an hour upwards. So a lot of agent would normally be half an hour upwards. If you look at the narration and talk about how much Koran he would recite the heart and answer. There will be close to 20 minutes though NASA would be close to 20 minutes. Margaret, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would keep relatively short. A lot of the times he would recite from the last 14 Sutras, a lot of the times he would recite from the last 14 years, and it's a lot of Asia. Likewise the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would keep relatively as short as well. If you look at a lot of the narrations, they talk about the Messenger of Allah so cell number
setting, you know sort of to to answer a solar cell Salah or soar to Lail and sort of the shops that these are the students the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam is reciting in Salah. Now, I want you to think about Panama, we try to implement some of these sooner. Imagine what would happen in the machine. You know, there's this famous quarry
by the chef by the name of shock absorber sheets, roughly.
You know much about the particle now this man is blest Allah subhanaw taala has blessed him with a beautiful, beautiful voice. And recently he was in England, leading selectors budget. Now I want you to think about how long has soloists it wasn't 10 minutes long. It wasn't 20 minutes long. It wasn't 30 minutes long. It wasn't 40 minutes long. It was 53 minutes long from the comma. Tell that to sleep 53 minutes long. And I thought to myself, you know at the eighth and eighth masala sometimes if the man goes on to like 20 minutes at Project time, people start complaining. I thought to myself, imagine if you know shake up the sheet. So we came to
At Nathan masala and he did 53 minutes, you know literally had to roll after the Salah there would be like some blood that would have been shed, you know that's what would have happened. But this is the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that you know that he would elongate his Salah, because this is his conversation with Allah subhanaw taala This is him realizing that with each local on each says that his sins are falling off, so why wouldn't I want to prolong it? He's realizing that this is the best time for me to supplicate and make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So, why would I not want to elongate it, this is the closest I will get to tasting you know,
the Acura the coast, I will get to tier two tasting the agenda. You know, that is how he, you know, perceived the seller. That is how he perceived the seller. The next topic of discussion will have pertaining to the seller is the issue of abandoning the seller, the issue of abandoning the seller. So, when it comes to the issue of abandoning the Salah, there is a judgment on two things, there's consensus or two matters, let us understand the consensus first. Number one, there is consensus that anyone that leaves off the Salah, due to sleep, or forgetfulness, or you know, a mental instability, he is not accountable for missing the Salah, this does not count as missing Salah this does not
count as missing sama, there's consensus on this. The second consensus, the second consensus is that anyone that falls into the second category that I'm going to mention right now, by consensus, he is outside the fold of Islam by consensus is outside the fold of Islam. And the scholars mentioned five types of people over here that these five types of people by consensus, they're outside the fold of Islam. So number one, the one who says it is not compulsory to pray, he is outside the force of Islam. Number two, the one that refuses to pray out of pride. The one that refuses to pray out of pride, he by consensus is outside the fold of Islam. Number three, anyone who makes fun of any
aspect of the Salah, anyone who makes fun of any aspect of the Salah, he is outside the fold of Islam. Number four, the one that refuses to pray, even when he is threatened by death. So when you look inside the Islamic State, it is the responsibility of the Islamic State that when they find out that someone is not praying, they are to threaten them with death, they are to threaten them with death. Now, obviously you don't apply this in North America, we're talking about the Islamic State, but they're to be threatened with death. And if the threat of death does not make them pray, then the scholars have mentioned that by consensus, this is taking them outside the fold of Islam. This
is taking them outside the fold of Islam. Then number five, this is the fifth category. And this is probably I guess, one of the more relevant ones of our times, the one that neglects the prayer altogether, the one that neglects the prayer altogether. So this means that, you know, they're not praying the five daily prayers, they're not coming for Juma, and they're not even coming for Salah donate, you know, at least if they're coming to solo donate, there's some old Bismillahi Tada. But if they're not even coming for Sultan aid, then they've completely abandoned the prayer. And they've met the scholar said about this individual, that this individual as well has by consensus left the
folder with this complete abandonment of the Salah. Now the length of the AMA the length of the scholars, it comes into the third type of person. So this will be category number three, we're finished with the age map. Now we look at what is it that the scholars of Islam actually differed upon the scores of Islam different upon the individual who leaves the salon out of laziness, who leaves the Salah, out of laziness.
The vast majority of scholars on this issue, they said that the one who leaves the Salah out of laziness, then he has fallen into a major sin, He has fallen into a major sin, and then you will get a handful of scholars and this is the opinion also of the month of might that the one that leaves off the Salah, out of laziness, then he is in fact left the fold of Islam, the one that leaves off the Salah, out of laziness than he has, in fact, left to the fold of Islam. And you find some photography from the from the humblest scholars that some handle are very, very strict that we know when it comes to these issues. They're very, very strict. So you have the photographer of Shakeology
supervisor him alongside and I want you to think about this, that his photo was that an individual that intentionally did not set his alarm clock for budget, then he's left the fold of Islam as to how many people that would apply to that you intentionally do not set your alarm clock for salon budget and this is taking you outside the fold of Islam. Now obviously this fatwa is very strict. This fatwa is very strict. But it shows you that these are the type of a tower that very learned and very fearful people of Allah subhanaw taala actually held so shows you the gravity of missing
Any one of the seller in your shows you the gravity of any one of the seller. Now just to quote something Biden or Kamala Kamala when he talks about her competitor Salah, the ruling of the one who leaves off the seller, he says by consensus of the oma by consensus of the oma. The act of leaving off Salah is worse than the act of Xena is worse than the act of gambling is worse than the act of Riba. And I do not mean doing these acts individually, but rather even doing them together. The abandonment of Salah is worse than that. The abandonment of Salah is worse than that. And this is based upon the Hadith of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that between a man and
disbelief is the abandonment of the prayer between a man and disbelief is the abandonment of prayer. And that is why you get one you see one of the time between Abdullah and shocky. He says that the Sahaba de la Han Han did not consider anything to be an act of disbelief, except for the abandonment of Salah that he did not agree upon any abandoning any act, that it would be an act of disbelief, like the abandonment of the Salah. So you have to hold on to the Salah. And this shows you that suppiler when we're talking about the Pillars of Islam, not all of the pillars are equal. But the Shahada is the most important pillar and then after that is the salon These are your two most
important pillars one after another. And then the third pillar that is mentioned in this Heidi is to give this occur is to give this occur.
Now in terms of giving you this a car if you were to look in the Koran, salah and Zika are paired, how many times who knows this? This is like your trivia question for today. How many times do the terms salons aka come together in the Quran? Anyone know?
57 who said 57 uses 37 very good guess but that's not that.
Go ahead in the vacuum. Do you have your hand up? are you raising your hand? No. You're just stretching. Okay, good. Good.
Okay, I'll give you a hint over here. You're off by 70 off by 70. So there's your hint is off by 7082 and 222? No, it's 82. It's 82. So salons aka they're mentioned together 82 times in the Quran dimension together 82 times in the Koran. And you'll notice that when Allah subhana wa tada is talking about the disbelievers of the Quran. When he talks about them making Toba What does he tell about it? Tell us about them make it Toba. He says we're in terbuat commerce, Allah will occur while completing that if they were to repent, meaning, say their Shahada, if they would establish the prayer, and then also give this the cap, that is what they become your brothers in faith, that is
when they become your brothers in faith. So give this act of the car is somebody that is very, very severe as well. And that is why Allah subhanho wa Taala he
combines and pairs, the act of salah and Zika together so many times. Now, what are some of the benefits that we derive, like what are some of the wisdoms that we see of Zika in this world? What are some of the benefits we see of Zika in this world, number one is that it helps the poor people in society. So here the rich have a responsibility towards the poor, it helps the poor. Number two, it strengthens the bonds of brotherhood, so that you see someone who is extremely poor, and you give some of your wealth to them out of genuine concern for them. This builds the bonds of brotherhood. Number three, is that a person realizes that their wealth is a blessing from Allah subhana wa tada
and they need to Cal keep their wealth, bless it. And if they are not giving this occur, that wealth will never be blessed, that wealth will never be blessed.
The next point is that Zika is one of the ways that in this dynamic state is actually built Zakat is one of the ways that Islamic State is actually built. So rather than you know, taxing the people, one of the ways that the Islamic State is functioned, or you know goes into function is by the Institute of the cat, or what we will call the beta man. So any money that is left over
after the Zakat has been distributed. Some of the scholars allowed it to use be to be used when the state as well. And likewise, when you look at the categories, in terms of who is the cat is allowed for, you'll notice that it is the building of an Islamic State is, you know included in this general context is included in this general context. And then the last point is that the giving of the car and actually purifies the nuts of the greed and of stinginess, and of other diseases of the heart. So, these are some of the benefits of giving this occur. Now, what are some of the dangers of not giving circa what are some of the dangers of not giving soccer? We see three exclusive or three
specific dangers that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentions, number one, he mentioned that those farmers that have
Animals and don't give us a cow on them. Then on the Day of Judgment, they will be trampled by these animals on the Day of Judgment, they will be trampled by these animals. Number two, the individual that Allah subhanaw taala blessed with wealth, and he didn't give us a cat on that wealth. Allah subhanho wa Taala will turn that was into a snake and cause him to be bitten by that snake, Allah subhanaw taala will turn that wealth into a snake and cause them to be bit by that snake. Number three is that the ones who have gold and silver and do not give the cat on that gold and silver, Allah subhanho wa Taala will cause it to be melted, and then they will be branded with that you know
burning hot metal in the hereafter they will be burned by that burning hot metal in the hereafter. And there are many other dangers as well. You know, in other identifying that the Messenger of Allah says in the mentions that Allah subhanho wa Taala will hold down the rain from coming down. When people stopped giving their soccer when people stopped giving their soccer, Allah subhanaw taala will prevent the rain from coming down. And then you can imagine what can happen you know, famine starts coming out in the lands, you know, the animals are not taking care of the plants aren't growing. And this creates, you know, a whole other set of problems as well. Now the ruling on the
one who does not give this aka the ruling on one who does not give this occur. So consensus is on one point that the one that says the cat is not compulsory upon me. Then he is outside the fold of Islam. The one that says the cat is not compulsory upon me is outside the fold of Islam. However, the one that does not give us a cat due to laziness or due to stinginess, then according to the majority of scholars, he is still inside the fold of Islam. He is still inside the force of Islam. But you see that this is not something that is agreed upon. Mr. Muhammad Rahim Allah, He said that an individual that does not gives the cat out of stinginess, then this has taken him outside the
fold of Islam. And he used the example of the law that he fought in the hotel bar with that the hotel burrito or for those individuals that weren't giving there's a cap. So here I will talk about the law and for these people because they were not giving their soccer because they were not giving Zakat, which brings us to the next pillar of Islam, which is the Hajj, which is the Hajj. So the main things you need to know about Hajj packages and obligation once in a lifetime upon every individual. What are the requirements that are needed for Hajj to become compulsory, what are the requirements that are needs to be met for Hajj to be compulsory. Number one, an individual needs to
be physically fit to go for Hajj. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he mentioned in a Hadith, that whoever has a limb that is broken, or whoever is sick, and he is in a state of a harem that let him delay his hedge till the following year, so he needs to be physically fit. Number two, he needs to be financially capable, what is financially capable mean? financially capable means over here that they should have enough money to go for Hajj, they should have enough money to go for Hajj, it doesn't mean that I need to own a house First, I need to own a car first. I need to you know, pay off my children's, you know, university tuition, how old are your kids are they're not
even born yet. You know, those sort of things. They're not taking into consideration. You just need to have enough money to go for hygiene itself. Number three, you should have the provisions to go for Hajj. So back in the day, they need to take their food and drink with them. If you didn't have that food and drink, you're excused from heights, we're in our day and age, you know, Mashallah you fly in the plane, and they give you all the food that you can ask for. Number four, some of the scholars also mentioned that your journey to Hajj it should be presumed to be safe, it should be presumed to be safe. So when the individual thinks that, you know, he may be robbed, or he may be
killed on his way to Hajj due to you know, unsafety he will be excused for Hajj for that year. But in our times, you know, Sinaloa, again mentioned the concept of like you presumably saved in flight, and that is why this would not be applicable anymore. The fifth and last one that you mentioned, is that a woman should have a Muslim, the woman should have a matter. And in terms of this issue, you'll find that some of the Shafi scholars were quite flexible with this, they said that instead of her having a matter as long as he has a trustworthy group, then this is sufficient for her, then this is sufficient for her. Now, what about delaying How much are we allowed to delay how much So
let us look at this concept. Let us look at this concept this whole life. It comes down to the issue of two issues. Number one, when was hij legislated? And number two, when did the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam perform Hajj? So according to the majority of scholars, Hajj was legislated in the sixth year of the law, and then according to the minority, it was legislated in the 10th year of the law. Now by consensus, the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam, he performed Hajj in the 10th year. So now if Hajj was legislated in the 16th, and he only did it in
The 10th then this shows that an individual is allowed to delay his hatch. But for those that said no Haji was legislated in the 10th year and the mammoth show Kenya Rahim Allah, you know, supports this opinion very, very strongly that hydroset is in this 10th in the 10th year, and that's the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not delay in performing it, then they said that no, it is not allowed. A second point in understanding this is actually a matter of who Solo is not a master a matter of texts and dates. And that is when a command is given. Does that command necessitate acting on that command right away? Or are you allowed to delay it? Or are you allowed to
delayed? So to give a simple example, you know, we have quite a few young people here, your dad tells you, you know, go and throw out the garbage go and throw out the garbage. He's given this command. When does your dad expect you to do this? does he expect you to do it now? Or is it expected that you know any time of your choosing and liking Can you do this? So the minority of scholars who said no, as long as you fulfill the command, the time is irrelevant, but the majority of scholars they said no, in fact, when the command is given yuck to the unfold that it necessitates that it is done right away. And based upon this principle in a solo book, this is why you see the
metab of Imam Abu hanifa, the mother of Imam Malik, the mother of Mr. Muhammad Rahim Allah, they said that when an individual meets these criteria for Hajj, he has to do it right away, he has to do it right away. And the metabolism of safaree some of the scholars said it has to be done right away. But the official stance of the Shafi method was that you are allowed to delay your heart, you're allowed to delay your hatch. Now, what's interesting over here is the attitude of the predecessors during the time of amagno katapola, the Allahu anhu. He said, I feel like sending people out to go and see the people who have them were able to go for Hajj and did not go for Hajj he wants to he
says I want to send people out to go and test the people to see who was able to go for Hajj and did not go for Hajj and the ones that did not go for Hajj, I want to apply the jizya to them, I want to apply the jizya to them. And this is the tax that is given to the to the non believers that are living under the protection of the Muslim state. So be is indirectly say that this is something that would take them outside the fold of Islam. Now according to the majority of scholars, the delaying of Hajj is not something that will take you outside the fold of Islam, but rather it is the act of denying heights that will take the individual outside the fold of Islam. Then the last section is on
the song is on fasting in the month of Ramadan. Now this is something that lights are starting from next week, you guys are going to study in immense detail. Because starting from next week, the customer is taking over and he's doing his Ramadan workshop for the next four weeks been anahita. So the key thing is that you need to know about about fasting in Ramadan is that it is an obligation upon each and every Muslim until he is no longer able to fast until he is no longer able to fast. So for some people this may mean until they die for other people. And this is the vast majority of people where they get really, really old when they're no longer able to fast. And then in that
situation. They feed a poor person for each day. They feed a poor person for each day. And we're delighted that we're not going to go into detail over here because I don't want to take away from Shay Carson's teaching. But the last point I will conclude with the last point I will conclude with is that in one of the variations of this Hadith, one of the tab behind he asks Abdullah Amara, the Allahu anhu on Houma. And what about Jihad? Is Jihad one of the pillars of Islam? And then Abdullah bin Amala de la Houma. He responds by saying no, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not mention the pillar of jihad, he did not mention the pillar of jihad. And this is something
that is, you know, common in some of the books that when they talk about the Pillars of Islam, they mentioned six pillars, the sixth one being jihad, but Abdullah dama de la Noma, he makes it very, very clear that it is not one of the pillars of Islam, that it is not one of the pillars of Islam. And I'm happy to acknowledge about him Allah, He comments on the wisdom behind this. And he says, The reason that is the reason that is is because the act of jihad is something that will not always be relevant throughout time, it is not something that will always be relevant throughout time. Whereas these five pillars from the beginning of Islam, till the end of time, they will be
compulsory upon each and every individual, whereas when it comes to jihad, then there are certain conditions that need to be met and you know, are required before that act takes place. And that is why he says that it was not mentioned under the Pillars of Islam. And Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best. Now I know that was a very intense halaqa. I told you guys from the beginning, that if you weren't writing this down, you weren't going to remember it. And I can guarantee that the vast majority of people myself included in this
We were asked to repeat this, we more than likely will not. So here's a piece of advice that Alhamdulillah we live in an age of technology. This is being recorded, it's going to be up live on YouTube. When you go home, be the light and revisit this halaqa revise your notes write down some notes, because this is the very fundamentals of your deen like this one had is a compromises your whole entire Islam. And if you have any deficiencies understanding this, then it could be something very dangerous. So make sure you know the conditions of the Shahada make sure you know what is it what it meant by when we talk about ecommerce Allah, make sure you know the dangers of abandoning
the Salah. Make sure you know you know what is meant by given this Akan the dangers of giving off of not giving a sucker and so on and so forth. And within atana Amano is 40 Hadith with Elijah will continue after Ramadan, we will continue after Ramadan building the heater Allah we will conclude with that was a lot more cinematic. I didn't know Mohamed Wilder it he was so happy he was set up. And I'll take three questions when the lights are on. My Shall we have more than three? So let's start from over here. Good. Excellent, very good question. So we're here we need to look at two elements. Number one is what is called lethal coup, which is like winning the hearts of people to
soft in their hearts towards Islam. And number two, where the person, you know, is disingenuous in his Shahada, that literally, I'm only going to say my Shahada, because you're building a, you know, water wall for us. So over here, I would say that the vast majority of people, they will fall under a different globe, that because we show an act of mercy, they'll genuinely you know, accept Islam. And then the proof for this is that you follow up in their action, you know, do these people actually start praying to the start fasting? If they start doing that, then they show that they're genuine. However, if they only said this, are they really taking the water, and you don't see them
again, till the next time you're distributing water, then it shows you that they were, you know, disingenuous with their Shahada and Allah Subhana Allah knows best
So for example, you put your alarm clock on, and you're just extremely tired that, you know, you unintentionally hit the snooze button and you didn't wake up. So that individual employee pays budget when he wakes up, and inshallah he's not sinful for that. Now, this is something to keep in mind. When this hadith is mentioned, you'll notice that this is like the normal state for the vast majority of us that the alarm clock goes off the natural reaction, we've programmed ourselves, we will hit the snooze button, right, and then we end up missing Salah, or what ends up happening in US between us and Allah subhanaw taala. But the point over here being is that this hadith was mentioned
at a time when there was no snooze button. Right. There was no snooze button. So you heard the
What's it called? When the rooster gives us a crowing of the rooster? Or does the rooster Do we have also a term for that? Was the proper term for that Hamza, any idea? The sound that a rooster makes? What is that called?
Bro? No, there's another word for it.
Anyways, you guys understand what I'm talking about. So there is no alarm clock, you had that going off. So an individual that hears that, especially, you know, it doesn't stop but continues for like 25 minutes. So that time you wake up and you have to pray at that time, you can just ignore it. Right? So this is the point that's being mentioned that if you're you're habitually and constantly snoozing your alarm clock, this doesn't apply to you, this applies to the individual that, you know, he's struggling to wake up to salah and if he fails in one of those struggles, inshallah he's excused. It's not that on a regular basis, you're missing someone every day. And Allah knows best.
They can you mentioned
as well as the Hadith.
There's many, many Hadith about this. There's many, many more details.
Now, but there was no alarm clocks at the time, it was a setup. So these are in terms of understanding the general concepts. So an individual you understand the principles of Islam, even though they didn't exist at the time the pastor said them, you can derive lessons based upon those principles. That's what I'm saying. Go ahead.
Is it can be used to fund the Muslim state. So during the time of no cadabra, the law No, there was no need for you know,
cat anymore, because everyone I was taken care of, and they had their wealth. So we're in the time of Omaha top, they started doing a whole bunch of expansion projects, things like the building of hospitals, things like you know, supporting mother says instinct things, things like that.
It became the responsibility of the state to fund those projects, because there was so much wealth. Now the primary usage of the cat should only be for taking care of those, you know, a
eight categories that are mentioned in sort of the tilbyr. Now, outside of those eight categories, you shouldn't be using the cat for anything else. However, when there's a surplus of the cat, then there's a bit more flexibility. So that's what I was referring to
the halifa itself. So once there's a leader for the Muslim state, he is the one who would make that decision.
Who was next? Go ahead.
Fantastic. So in this Hadith, a man came complaining about by the bingeable, that he would elongate his Salah too long. And the salad that might have been generally used to pray with his people was a lot of Asia, used to play so so Muslims generally used to pray a shot with the Messenger of Allah wa sallam, then he would go back to his village and pray similar to the shot with them, and he would elongate the Salah. So one day a man from this village, he comes to the Messenger of Allah says Allah and he says that Mohammed is leading the Salah too long, you know, he's becoming a fitna for the people. So mighty Benjamin is told by the Messenger of Allah says to them, do you want to become
a fitna for the people rather shorten the Salah have a shot for them shorten the Salah have a shot for them. So there are certain salons that should be prolonged and there are certain salons that should be shortened. So for example, the general case scenario like I mentioned, foragers should be long vorinostat should be moderate maglia Venetia should be short. Now I want you to look at the wisdom behind this fudge. It is long, because it's the beginning of your day, you have the most amount of energy you've just woken up from your sleep, though her and Oscar are in the middle of your day. So they're moderate, you have other things to do. You don't prolong it too long. Margaret
benicia, your day is coming to an end. And you don't want to make it a fitna for the people that in their Salah, they're falling asleep, you don't want that to happen. So that is why those two short sellers in particular are shortened whereas the regular so the other silhouettes are elongated and you know, moderate in proportion.
To that that's a very good point as well. But again, we mentioned the general principle, and then those are the exceptions. So for example, even in salata, fudger if the Messenger of Allah says Allah heard a baby crying or he saw someone we can feel he will make us a lot of budget short. So those are the exceptions to the rule. And that is like the responsibility of the Imam to look after and be considerate of his people knowing what can they handle and what can they can they can't handle. So there's a baby that is crying or he sees someone's we can old inside of the Salah than the Imam should shorten the Salah. But the general case scenario is that is how the southern watts
should be prayed. And Allah subhanaw taala knows best.
Okay, so if last meaning that it should be only for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. So you say the statement only for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala said means that you're truthful to the statement that you try your utmost best to live by this statement. Right? So if an individual falters, a sign of SIDS is that he returns to it was a class is Who are you doing this action for? Right, who are you seeking your award from? So those are the two key differences between the two?
Yes, proceeded to say that
Sorry, what did I say? So just so I can correct myself?
Continue to say that person who leaves the salon of laziness, the majority have said that he is inside the fold of Islam. Okay, exactly. So what is the difference between complete abandonment and leaving out of laziness? That's your question. Fantastic. So they said that the one who lives out of salado laziness. This is the individual that when he's reminded to pray, he will pray that is the difference. So for example, when a person comes to the masjid Salah is going on.
Regardless of your level of demand, the Knights either you will pray with the Gema. Whereas an individual that has abandoned the Salah that, you know, he comes to the masjid, he picks up his Academy. Let's just say, the Salah is going on, he is walking out of the masjid. This is an individual that's neglected the Salah completely. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best. Who is next? Go ahead.
Right. So the first time is compulsory doing hygiene once is compulsory. If you do it more than that, then it is virtuous for you with Knights Allah, but it is not compulsory to do Hajj more than once.
Make sense? last quite actually, last two questions. Go ahead.
Explain your question I didn't understand.
So all of these pillars are meant to be enforced by the state. When you when you live in Islamic State, the ruler is responsible for the implementation of these pillars. So we see people that are not praying, he is responsible for them to make sure that they pray, if they're not giving us a car, he is responsible to make sure that they give them the car. And if they're not fasting and going for hydrogen, he is responsible for that as well.
So by determining the fasting, it's like you take the precautionary measures, so people are not allowed running restaurants during the daytime of Ramadan. And likewise, you know, the baking of foods, they would only start closer to a third time and those sort of things. Now, though, you know, particularly with fasting, you can't test a person, you know, except that you will trust them, right? You're not going to go around smelling everyone's breath, you know, are they investing or not. So you just take the precautionary measures to make sure that is the case, to the best of your ability. And likewise, if you see someone eating in the month of Ramadan publicly, then obviously it
is up to the Muslim judge at that time to maybe make an example of him if he wants, right, so those sort of things might be implemented, and Allah knows best. And last question, go ahead.
To what kind of people do he gives aka, inshallah being the lights Allah, we will be discussing this in the month of Ramadan when we talk about giving us the car. But just to give you a brief breakdown, in total, Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions eight categories of people that the car is due to race, he talks about the full color, and the second, so the full color, those who have nothing, the Misaki, those that have a little bit, but not enough to survive, those that have a little bit, but not enough to survive, then those people that give this occur. So those people that are giving this account that they distribute this occur, they're eligible to take some of this occur as well.
Then number four, it is to soften the hearts of the people to soften the hearts of the people. So someone's interested in Islam, if you feel like giving him a gift was soft in his heart towards Islam, Zakat money can be used for that. Then number five, the one who is like a Muslim prisoner. So if you have a Muslim that is imprisoned, you can use the cat money to free that Muslim captive, as well, is that for five or six?
Let's count again. So forgot Misaki, the ones who are giving us a cup to soften the people's hearts, and those who are captives, then you have feasibility law. feasibility law over here means that you support the Muslim army, you support the Muslim army. That's number six, number seven,
right, the traveler, and then number eight, and those who are in debt, the travelers and those who are in debt. So those are the eight categories that Allah subhanaw taala mentions in sort of the Toba are eligible for Zakah.
So are you trying to give them down?
No. So the general usage was the cat is for the Muslims, however, you're interested in giving this person then you can use the cat the money to be the lights or the soft in their hearts towards this love. But a second case scenario, let's just say you're not finding Muslims that you can give the cat to, then the scholars have said them in that case, then even the non Muslims, we would give them the cat money, we'll give them the circuit money.
So why aren't you able to fast What's the reason behind it?
So an individual in terms of sickness, he has to have a terminal sickness. What this means is that he's not going to get better after this point. So in that situation, he would feed one person for each day. So normally, whatever he would eat, you know, as a meal, he would donate that meal to someone else and that is what he would do with the right on it.
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