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Mr. Nelson Mandela heme and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa sallam aboda Carla and the Vienna Muhammad Anwar and he was a big marine. And my bad, my dear brothers and sisters Salaam Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh and welcome to class number six of a Shem Island mohammedia. We are in this class inshallah we will be covering three chapters. Chapter number one will be the difficult to live in conditions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam focusing particularly on what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to eat. Chapter number two, we'll be dealing with the leather socks of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam known as El Hoff. And then chapter
number three, we'll be dealing with the leather sandals of the prophets of Allah while they were set up. So those are the three chapters we're hoping to cover Bismillah heeta Allah Allah subhanaw taala granted Sophia and make it easy for us. So let us begin. We're now at chapter number nine for those of you that are following along and again for today we will be using this book in sha Allah to read the Hadith and give some basic explanation collembola for Iman, Allah what year Babu ma Jaffe, aciar Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, chapter number nine, the reports pertaining to the living conditions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So now the first thing we're going to be
highlighting is that even though in chapter number nine, he speaks about the living conditions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And what he used to eat in particular, you'll notice that towards the ending of the book, there is a similar chapter as well. So we want to discuss, Why are there two separate chapters about the living conditions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and what he used to eat. And the scholars mentioned two main reasons. Number one is that in this early chapter, it is speaking about the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, and his companions, whereas in the latter chapter is going to be covering the Prophet sallallahu. It was set up and his family,
and then also in this chapter, it's about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam early on, and then the latter chapter is closer to the time of the death of the Prophet sallallahu. It was set up. So that is the distinguishing point between the early chapter on what he used to eat and his living conditions, versus the latter chapter, which is going to be closer to the ending of his life. Salalah how it was set up. So we're now heading number 71. For those of you that are following along Mohammedan city and narrated, we were with ovaherero Raja Allahu anhu. While he was wearing tooling and garments dyed with red clay, he cleaned his nose with his garment upon which he said, Well done,
well done. Aboard era is cleaning his nose with linen. There came a time when I would fall unconscious between the pulpit of Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Aisha radiallahu. And his dwelling were appointed passionate by would come and put his foot on my neck thinking I suffer from epilepsy, while in fact I suffered nothing but hunger. So in this narration from Mohammedan city, who is one of the Imams of the tabula and one of the Imams of the second generation, and Allah, hopefully, you can imagine this beautiful gathering, where you have one of the Imams of the time been sitting with one of the Sahaba de la Hondo, the likes of Abba hotel,
Allah, the Allahu anhu. And it's amazing on how they're learning from him. So here,
Abu huraira radi Allahu anhu. He is wearing some very nice clothing right now. So he's wearing linen clothing, which is considered somewhat luxurious, and his nose is running at that time. So he takes one of his claws, his cloth from his from what he's wearing, and he rubs his nose with it. And he's amazed and he's just reflecting on his life, that there was a time in his life where he was so poor, that he couldn't even afford food that he would have epileptic seizures, and he would start shaking on the ground due to how hungry he was. And here he was now, you know, wiping his nose with the softest of cloth that was available. So it was remarking that how difficult things were early on for
him, yet eventually Allah subhanaw taala provided him more he had Allah subhanaw taala provided him more and there's so many reflections on this upon Allah. Then when you look at the life or whatever Allah Allahu anhu Amanda Bihari Rahim Allah he narrates that, how is Abu huraira Allah when you're able to narrate so many a hadith that he lived with the Prophet sallahu Salah for approximately three years, when you have the likes of o bucha. And Omar that it's spent, you know, decades with him. Yet they did not narrate as much an Abu huraira radi Allahu anhu he speaks about himself, as reported unsalable quality, that while the mohajir on those that migrated to Medina, were busy with
their business transactions, and the unsought were busy with their farming. I was busy following the Prophet sallallahu it was set up. So arborea Raja Allahu anhu he intentionally chose a life of poverty and a life of difficulty
to gather the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so wherever he would go, he would follow him. Anytime revelation come down, he would question the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
Just to learn from him. So he made those sacrifices. And that sacrifice Allahu Akbar located the impact and effect that it's had, that not a single collection of Hadith is presented today, except that you see the name of Abu huraira rhodiola juancho, due to the sacrifices that he made, so much so that he would not eat for days at a time that he would not eat for days at a time that he would pass out and have those epileptic seizures due to hunger. Now, if you look up the same headache insights are helpful, Holly, there's a longer version that says that one of those days about her or their loved one who approached the prophets of Allah while it was set up, and the professor offered
him to host him. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam goes into his house, and he asks, I shall read Allah Juana, Do we have anything to offer our guests? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lived at such a minimalist lifestyle of eating and drinking, that he didn't know what was inside of his house. And this he has a shadow on her. And she says that we were presented with a cauldron of milk that someone gave us a pot of milk. That is what we can offer our guests. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took that cauldron of milk, and he shared it amongst on the sofa, all of the four companions that lived in the masjid, and it's a beautiful story that's worth
looking up, because there's some beautiful lessons in it. But this shows us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lived such a minimalist lifestyle that no one he didn't know what was inside his own house. And then number two, you know, he had a pot of milk that Allah hawkwood you could imagine that he could have saved for a later time, but he wanted to share it with the four companions, you wanted to share it with the poor companions and make them feel as if they were not alone in their hunger, or in their poverty. So that's what we learn from this hadith Hadith number 72 moleculer dinner narrated that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never reached
the state of being satisfactory for neither from bread, nor from meat, except when he used to eat with people except when he used to eat with people. The scholars mentioned and this ties into other Hadith that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam speaks about that when you eat, you should eat 1/3 food 1/3 of liquid and then 1/3 for breathing and living it for air that is the maximum that you should reach. or other than that, you should just eat enough to keep your back straight, you should just keep eat enough to keep your back straight. So this hadith in particular, speaking about that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was by himself, he never went beyond that. And in
fact, he would only eat enough to keep his back straight. However, if he was invited to someone's house, then he would eat up to two thirds, he would eat up to two thirds. And when it says that satisfactory, for this wasn't full, completely, but this was two thirds full, and this is what the scholars mentioned, from them, by God, and from them Chicago, Zuckerberg, and others as well. And this is how much the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would satisfy himself up to a maximum of two thirds. Now, here's an interesting question. For all of you to reflect upon. That. Why is it that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is by himself, he's eating very, very little food
enough just to keep us back? Straight up when he's invited to someone's house. He's eating enough to fill two thirds of his stomach. Why is that the case? Think about that for a second, that he is by himself. He's eating very little, yet when he is invited to someone's house or someone's meal, then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is eating up to two thirds. And this shows us the level of consideration the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had for other people's feelings, that you only invite someone to your house if you genuinely love them and genuinely care for them. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam understood that and he knew how happy it would make the people if the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ate from it and not even just tasted the food but ate a decent portion size shahana is designed locker Thank you so much. That is a great answer to respect to the host. And that is that not only just respect, but to return that love and to turn
that appreciation and show that appreciation to the host that I appreciate the photos not just trying it but eating a decent portion to make them happy it is eating a decent portion to make them happy. And this is to show that he loved the people and that he loves the food that has been presented to him venti iced tea and dessert calafell Great answer as well. Mr. Muhammad Rahim Allah, he shares a point of benefit that I want to share with you. He says, A perfection of gathering a food will have four elements to it. A perfection of gathering of food will have four elements to it. Number one, what is eating is valid. So what is presented to you is halal. Number two is that you
say Bismillah before you eat, number three, you say and hamdulillah when you finish, and then number four, there are many hands that share the food there are many hands that share the food. Now obviously this is speaking outside of
pandemic situations not speaking about in the pandemic, where, you know, unless you're living in the same household, it's discouraged to eat from the same food of others right now. So obviously do keep that in mind obviously, I don't think I need to emphasize that, but please do Look after yourselves and take the the means and precautionary measures that you need to protect yourself and your family. So here in Malmo, Rahim Allah He said that those gatherings will attain perfection, if four things are done that number one, the food is Hello, number two Bismillah is said when before you eat. Number three, use Alhamdulillah when you're finished, and number four, that there are many hands
that you touch the food and share in the food. And if I was to add a fifth that Dr. B made for the host, a Dr. B made for the host that it is the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that you make to offer the host to say that Oh Allah feed to those that have fed us and give drink their dog those that have given us drink, and forgive them and increase them in their risk and increase them in the risk. This was one of the two as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would make for for the host. And if someone offered food to break his fast, he will make it do that, Oh Allah make those that who are fasting breaking their fast with your food? And you may the angels be,
you know guest in your presence.
And the likes of that? No, it's a very rough translation. So the prophets Allah Allah Hi, Leo. So the word mega for even the ones that gave him food to break his fest with, so we should be making more for our hosts when they provide us with food. And this brings us to chapter number 10. But before we move on, so what we wanted to highlight from this is the minimalist, minimalist lifestyle that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lived, and the poverty that he faced and that he shared with his companions or their loved one home, in that poverty that he did not live a luxurious, pompous lifestyle, but rather it was one of simplicity and one of minimalism, and one that was quite
difficult to handle. It was quite difficult.
That what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went through in terms of that lifestyle. Chapter number 10 Babu maija few Houthi Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the reports pertaining to the whole of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu it was set up. So the Hoff is referring to leather socks that cover the whole entire foot, beyond the ankle, so there are socks that cover the whole entire foot.
Up to beyond the ankle, this is known as a Hoff and we begin with Hadith number 73. burrito the Allahu anhu narrated that and the joshy sent to plain black colored Huff's as a gift to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as soon as he received them, he tried to them on performed ablution and then wiped over them and then wiped over them. So let us look at the lessons we derived from this number one, at that time under joshy was a non Muslim. So this is before on the job, she accepted Islam. And he gave this gift to the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam. So this shows us the permissibility of accepting gifts from non Muslims. Number two, a second fifth lesson in this
is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is showing us an awful awful, Assia outdoor that the foundational principle with regarding items of of of anything, is that they are pure until proven otherwise. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam didn't wash the hope that and he gave him even though that they're coming from a non Muslim, but the presumption is that if you don't see anything on it, and you don't smell anything on it, then it is considered pure, it is considered pure, and you treat it as pure. Number three, what we derive from a fifth perspective is that leather socks can be wiped over leather socks can be wiped over, and from the filth of wiping over leather socks is that if you
have made widow already, and you have worn and you put your socks on after that, then the next time when you make widow, you're allowed wiping over the top of your sock, you're allowed wiping the top of your sock. And this needs to be understood that just let me put my bookmarker in place that if this is your foot that's wearing the sock, when you do must on your sock, you're wiping like this, you're wiping like this, and that is just once and it's not the bottom of the sock that needs to be washed, but rather it is just the top that has a wiping over it that has a wiping over it. And that is what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam shows us in the Hanafi, shafali and hanbali might
have a resident can wipe over their sock for a period of 24 hours, and one that is traveling can wipe over their sock for 72 hours in the Maliki madhhab. There is no limit in the Maliki method but there is no limit as to how long you can wipe over your sock. Now, what if a sock is not
Are you still allowed wiping over it? The vast majority of scholars have said no, the vast majority of scholars have said no. And their reasoning is that the sock that fulfills the requirements of wiping over needs to be one that cannot be penetrated by water, it should not be easily puncturing, meaning the socks that we were today, you know, if you walk over a few stones, they'll easily cut through and make holes in the in the socks. So it shouldn't be a water penetrable nor should it be easily functionable. So based upon that, the majority of scholars did not allow the wiping over modern socks did not allow the wiping over modern socks. However, you do have a minority of group of
scholars and this is the opinion that I leaned towards as well, that if you're wearing sports socks that are relatively on the thicker side, and they cover the ankle, then in that situation, as long as there's no major holes or so you can wipe over them and inshallah it is acceptable as well with the same condition that you have put them on while in a state of Voodoo that you have put them on, while in a state of limbo. And this is what we see from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, these three points of filk and the fourth point is that these socks were black. So if you remember from yesterday's Thus, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam generally preferred lighter colors
like white, and green, and that which was dyed with saffron, but it didn't have any saffron remaining on it. So those later colors yet for footwear, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not not apply the same standard and whatever was given to him, he would wear and obviously, because it is usually made of an animal's skin, it will be on the darker side it will be on the darker side, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was fine with that he was fine with that. Hadith number 74. I'm aware of the short but narrated there, he gifted the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with a pair of hopes that he wore right away, and he kept wearing them until they became toward the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not know whether the skin of the Hoff was from an animal that was slaughtered properly or not. So multiple lessons here, we focused on the filth in the previous Hadith. Now we're going to speak more about the etiquette of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and from the etiquette of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that if he was given a gift, he would wear it right away. And this was to bring happiness to the one that is gifting him the gift to please them, and to show that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam appreciated the gift that was given to him. Number two, is that the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam maximize the
utility of the gift that was given to him. So he continued wearing these socks until they became torn until he became torn. So it was not just a formality of pleasing, the one that gave him the gift. But the promise of Allah holism also maximize the utility that he continued to wear these leather socks until they became torn until they became torn. So you should maximize the utility of all of your clothing that continue to wear it, as long as it fits. And as long as it doesn't get torn, then continue to wear it and maximize its utility. And then we have a point of fact over here as well, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not know if the animal from which the
leather was extracted from actually had to be high done to it or not. Why is this important? Because generally speaking, the scholars have said that the skin only becomes permissible, if the animal is from that which can be eaten, and also if it is slaughtered properly, if the animal is not slaughtered properly, then that skin is not permissible for us and needs to be died or not died, what needs to be tent needs to be tent. So here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not inquire about it. And this shows us again from the advocates of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam is that when someone gives you something you do not ask if it is valid or not. And this is
particular if it's coming from a Muslim, the Muslim is giving you something you do not ask if it is halal or not. And this is when the prophet SAW a lot of ideas and received this gift from the here. That is why he did not ask if it is from an animal that was slaughtered properly or not. But rather you honor the people that give you gifts and have the presumption that it is halal. Same thing with the hadith of Anna joshy that we see that Naja she gave it and if for some aloha do something did not inquire what animal it was from or if it was cleansed or not. But rather these principles help us establish that it is halal until proven haram and that is the way we treated the matters of this
dunya that they are halaal until proven haraam. So this is the chapter of the leather socks of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, which brings us to chapter number 11 which
His Verbal majha fi and nathalia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the reports pertaining to the sandos of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, what needs to be understood is that while the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did wear sandals, it is not our understanding of this matter of food covering and you know that what you used to cover our feet and for the function of day to day life is not restricted to sandals. So, one should not say think that wearing sandals is from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but rather This was custom of the people during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that is why the Prophet
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wore sandals. So you are allowed to wear any type of shoe or any type of footwear that you like, and it is not particularly certain that to wear
sandals within of itself. Now with that being said, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was seeing walking in four different types of footwear and reality. It's three, and one is barefoot. So let's go through them. Number one, and by God reports that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would wear footwear that was narrow in the middle, so it's wide, and then it becomes very narrow, and in the middle of the shoe, so wide and the narrow and then wide, so you can imagine what the shape of that is going to be like. And that is like the modern day, you know, the sun Dolla Sign that they have. You see this on a lot of clothing and a lot of like books that try to remember or
commemorate rather than the sandals of the Prophet sallallahu. It was set up number two, that he wore sandals that had straps on the back. So in the back where his ankle is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would have footwear, that there's a strap on the back to give the ankle support. So this was to show that not only were there straps on the front of the shoe, but also straps on the back to give the ankle support. Number three, is that
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would wear sandals that have partitions in them, so they have something called toe straps, that was separate between the toes. And then number four, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was known to walk barefoot as well with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was known to walk barefoot, as well. And this was narrated that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would go to visit someone that was sick, or someone that was ill, he would walk barefoot towards them, he would walk barefoot towards them. And this was from his humility, that he would do so. So there's no particular virtue of walking barefoot with and of
itself, but out of his humility, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would walk barefoot. Now if you live by a beach and you're able to, you know, walk in the sand to barefoot, then yes, there you know medicinal reasons that one can benefit from, by doing so. And I'm assuming in the, in the desert as well, that walking in that sand can also have medicinal benefits
to the dexterity of your foot and you know, its strength and so on. But outside of that, you know, in the modern day world where everything is concrete and cement,
and you know, you can find nails and glass, Melis panatela protectors, or you should proceed with precaution and not assume that one should walk barefoot.
You'll also find that there's a tradition amongst some Muslims that when they go to Medina, they walk barefoot. This was not something that was known amongst the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But if one does it out of love, then the criticism is decreased, right? No one wants to be like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and your respect to the area where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam the companions walked, then you can understand where this position is coming from, as done out of love and sincerity. But again, this wasn't something that was done by the prophets of Allah while he was still up on a regular basis, or by his companions or
the Allahu anhu rather the prophets of Allah I never said I was known to walk with his sandals. So those are the four different types of footwear that the prophet SAW Allah while he was otherwise known to have worn so now we get to Hadith number 75 gottardo The Allahu anhu or Qatada Rahim Allah from the tambien he narrated I asked aniseed nomadic or the Allahu anhu to describe the sandos Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he replied, each sandal had to pay by land, meaning that they had
two things that attached the soul together two things that attached to the soul to gather. And I saw the Allahu anhu he actually kept the sandals of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, after his death. So when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, and the sort of the Allahu anhu he kept it the probably the sandals of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as a relic, as a souvenir as a remembrance of people.
So the low ideal setup and that is why patidar at Yamaha nine. In fact, when you look when you study the Shema and you'll see that Qatada he did a great service to the oma by asking all these questions to NSL nomadic do to understand the mother's closeness to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so as I said the medic was known to have kept the sandals of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
Abdullah bin abasa De La Hoya narrated the sandal of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had two ribbons meaning that kept the salts together, and two oper straps that separated the toes to upper straps that separated the toes. Hadeeth number 77. He said no man narrated, understood. nomadic showed us a pair of sandals that had two straps, and were hairless. Later on Sabbath told me that those were the sandals of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and this is just reaffirming what I previously mentioned, obeyed him the jury had a number 78 or beta when the jury asked him in Amara de la vida Whoa, why do you prefer wearing a silty types of sandals? He
replied I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wearing sandals that did not have hair on them performing ablution while he had them on, this is why I like wearing them. This is why I like wearing them. So here we see Eva Amara de la Houma saying that the reason why he likes these particular sandals is because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself wore them and what we learn over here that yes, while it is commendable to love, everything that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did, it is not a binding upon everyone it is not binding upon everyone and we'll see this in the last hadith of of Mandela's Allah I know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam Abu Bakar and Omar had their sandals with two straps, you have neither rajala, who I know had his sandals with one strap, and this shows us that there is room for preference. However, it is also praiseworthy, to follow the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam like Abdullah bin Omar Abdullah and Homer did over here. Now, what does simply sandal min sub the standard sandal and this
hadith is referring to a sandal that is made of cow leather that has been tanned and the hair has been removed altogether. So it has been removed altogether so that there's no hair remaining. Now this is not something
called me common in our day and age that whenever you buy leather sandals that you would find anywhere on them most I would say 99.9% if not 100% of the sandals that you buy shoes that are made of real leather, they have had the hair removed from them altogether. Yet previously, this was not the case. Sometimes you would buy leather that would still have hair remaining on them. And here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam chose the sandals that were here less that were tanned of cow leather had the number 79 of whatever or the Allahu anhu related the sandals or the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had two upper straps. So I want you to imagine if this is the
standoff, then sorry, let me just put the bookmark in there this is the the sandal then there is a strap at the at the bottom by the toes. And then there's a strap at the top. And this is to keep the foot in place this is to keep in foot in place so that the foot does not slide outside of the sand or does not slide outside of the test center or even inside of the sandal itself. So I'm bahala and who is saying that the sandal of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had those tools straps. Hadith number 80. I'm gonna have the Hadith narrated, I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam praying
while wearing a pair of sandals that had new soles sewn into them. So this shows us the permissibility of praying with your shoes and sandals on the shores of the permissibility of praying with your shoes and sandals on. Now let's give some disclaimers and let's educate ourselves about this process. Number one, you should only pray with your shoes and sandals on if you're outside. Or if you're in a place that it is customary to wear shoes. Or if you're in a place that it is customary to wear shoes. So during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam it was customary to wear your sandals inside of the masjid and that is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam was seen wearing his sandals inside of the masjid in this hadith.
Now, if it is not customary to wear sandals in the place that you're going to or your shoes where you're going to then you should not pray in that area with your shoes on. Number two A common question is, but we walk in all sorts of things. How about if there is impurity on our shoes or sandals? Now if there's any impurity outside on your shoe or sandal, regardless of its
Hello are not, you should remove it, you should remove it and make sure that there isn't any. However, the general rule and filter is that when you walk outside the side and the dust and the dirt that you walk through, actually purify any impurities that you may have walked through. So for example, if you walked in, you're in, and then you walk through the sand and you walk through the grass and you walk through all sorts of other things, then all of that would purify the urine that you would have walked through it would have purified the urine that you would have walked through and that is some of the basic facts pertaining to that. Now, please do not understand that I'm
saying you should wear your shoes inside of the masjid. And this is the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam no that is not the case. It was customarily normal during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to wear your shoes and sandals inside of the masjid. And that is why he did so that is why he did so.
Hi December anyone have a rarer the Allahu anhu narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, One should not wear one shoe and walk either wear them both, or remove them both. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is showing us that from the etiquettes of footwear is that both of your feet should be covered or neither of your feet should be covered or neither of your feet should be covered. And scholars have mentioned several reasons several reasons from them is that it creates this proportionate pressure on one side of the body over the other and this can be harmful. Number two, it is a walk that is not considered honorable. Number three is that it is a
walk that draws attention to yourself. Number four, it is a walk that requires people to talk about you. And that is not something that is liked in the [???]tier. Number five, it will make you stick out it will make you stick out. And this is just in general that you know unless you have a medical reason or a valid reason to limp, you're not meant to limp. So these fake walks that people do particularly in pop culture, those go against the teachings of Islam, they will go against the teachings of Islam. So those are some of the reasons that the scholars mentioned that you should not walk with one shoe on but rather you cover both of your feet or you cover neither of them. Hadith
number 82 is the same and we move on to Hadith number 83 jadwin Abdullah Allahu Ando narrated the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam prohibited people from eating with the left hand and from wearing one sandal only from wearing one sandal only. So here we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prohibited eating with the left hand. The majority of scholars have said that it is Makarov it is disliked to do so. And a minority have said that it is how long but we have a clear Hadith that states do not eat with your left hand for shade bond eats with his left hand. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best that again, unless you have a valid reason, particularly a medical one that you
cannot eat with your right hand, then you should try your utmost best to eat with your right hand and to drink with your right hand as much as possible as much as possible. You do not want to fall into something Hold on, or even as some scholars say macro
just because of the idea of the basic fact that you don't want to do something that shaytan does. And then again the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying that you shouldn't wear one sandal that you shouldn't wear one sandal.
I did number 84. The prophet SAW. Allah either narrated the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, whenever one amongst you puts on their sandals, he should begin with the right. And when one of you removes them, the left one should be removed first, that the right side be the first one putting them on. And the last one when removing it. So here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is teaching us more etiquettes in terms of our sandals, that when you put your sandals or shoes on, you put it on with the right foot first, and then your left foot second. And then when you're removing the sandals, or your shoes, your move the left one first and the right one second. And now
you may think that this is a trivial matter. But in reality, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did this intentionally. And anything that he probably saw a lot of iosa them did intentionally, we want to try to preserve, and we want to try to teach our children as much as possible. So please, when you are teaching your children, teach them to put the right shoe on first, and then their left shoe and then when they're removing their shoes, remove the left one first and then the right one. This is a part of preserving our tradition. So please do so and obviously implemented ourselves as much as possible. And this is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam honoring the right side. And this
is why Hadith number 85 is exactly just that, that I showed your love and had
narrated the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam noted to begin with the right side as much as possible. He began with the right side when he combed his hair, wore his shows washed his limbs when performing ablution and this shows us that the right side shouldn't be honored. And that is done so in wearing one's shoes by putting on the right shoe first and taking off the right shoe. Last, so that is how the right side is honored. Number 86 of hora de la vida narrated the sandals of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had to opera straps, and so did the sandals of ibaka and Omar. However, if neither of the iPhone was the first one to use one strap, and when he says he
was the first one to use one strap, he means from the leaders of the oma, he means from the leaders of the oma. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Abubakar and Omar all had two straps, there was neither the love and who only had one strap. And this shows us that if there was any virtue or any sooner, that could have been followed in having the two straps with mine rajala, who I know never would have left it. But the fact that it was a matter of preference showed us that Othman or their lover I know showed his own personal preference to show its permissibility to show his permissibility and that brings us to the conclusion of chapter number 11.
So now let us quickly recap what we've taken. In chapter number nine, we discussed the poverty that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went through and how he used to eat, and how the companions rhodiola who I know would go days without eating so much so that they would have epileptic seizures. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself would not know what food was in his house, and if he did have it, he will share it with the poor companions. Also the fact that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never aged till his fill. Yet, if he was invited to a gathering, he would eat up to two thirds of fill, he would eat up to two thirds of fill, to show honor to his guests. The Prophet
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was gifted leather socks from a non Muslim, and he wore them without questioning what the material was, or if they were pure, teaching us that you can accept gifts from non Muslims, and then also things are pure until proven otherwise. And we also learned to the filk of wiping off the socks that it is done over the top and not to the bottom, and also if they are not leather socks, what you can do in that situation. And we also learned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was given socks from a Muslim. And again, he did not question if they were from a halal slaughtered source or not.
Then we learned about the sandals of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam and the different styles that he wore, and some of the etiquettes pertaining to those sandals some of the articles pertaining to those sandals, particularly putting on your right first and then making your right the last one that you take off. inshallah, next Tuesday, we will go to chapter number 12 which speaks about the ring of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and we will speak about the different etiquettes pertaining to jewelry, the different etiquettes pertaining to jewelry, that we can learn with the lightoller so that will be on Tuesday at 7pm. Mountain Standard Time, or 9pm. Eastern Time,
Montreal, New York, Toronto. Now let's go back and give salaams to people and answer questions because I know there were quite a few of them. So Noel widecombe Salah Muhammad sallahu wa barakato Heba why they come Salah Welcome to Allah who will catch off Shanaze while they come Salah Welcome to LA he will Baraka to Abu acabar while he can Salah Allah who will catch you and hamdulillah abohar triple v while they come salovaara to La Habra catch of lottery lottery widecombe salaam alaikum tala he will catch up. on course you must have her while they come Salam O Allah who brachetto the heda salaam alaikum Salaam wa Rahmatullahi wa barakato
Islam promotes peace and brotherhood while they go Salah Allahu Allah cattle.
Triple B says, Please share can a Muslim wipe her hijab, if she has made ablution before she puts the hijab on before she puts the hijab on this is a very minority position that has been buried in the books of filk. And the general ruling is that the hijab should not be wiped over the general ruling is that the hijab should not be wiped over and that she should only use this concession if she is making widow in public and she cannot safely remove her hijab without being seen. Then in that situation she can exercise that opinion as some of the mother had have allowed it, but the general rule is that you should wipe your hair even if it is just you know, the front portion of it,
wiping over as much of it as you can. If that is what is able to then that is better than wiping over the hijab and Allah subhana wa tada knows best
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Xochimilco and everyone for attending today I hope and pray that it was of some benefit, and inshallah see all of you on Tuesday Bismillah Allah Subhana Allah Hama will be handig shadow Allah in Thailand as sulfuric over to Lake wa Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh