Tafseer Quran Surah Fatiha By Lecture 3 Of 7

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillah Nakamoto who wants to know when to stop?

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When a human surely unforeseen a woman CIT Amina Maria de la dama de la

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la de la la la la la la la la la sharika or shadow Anna Muhammad Mohammedan Abdo Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi was seldom at the Sleeman kathira and my bad, my dear brothers and sisters salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So this is our third halaqaat in the Tafseer of sortal Fatiha and last week, we were covering the bestseller or the saying of Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. And there were two points that I want to recover from last week. The first of them is that we mentioned that the scholars gave three reasons why the best Mullah is not a part of pseudo Toba. And who can remind me what those three reasons were? Why is the best manner not a part of solar to tober?

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Go ahead.

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Excellent. Yep.

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Okay, excellent. And what was the third reason? Do you remember?

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Anyone remember what the third reason was? What was it?

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Excellent, exactly. Okay. So the three reasons why sort of teutoburg does not begin with Bismillah R Rahman r him. Number one, is that the scholars of Tafseer said that, in fact, supernova is a continuation of

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the sola, which is before it. The second reason is that there's a direct opposition in terms of the content of the surah and the statement of Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. When you start off with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, you're showing Allah as someone who is compassionate, someone that is merciful. And the very beginning of sort of the Toba is that Allah subhana wa tada is free from the disbelievers. So they say you have the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala and the anger of Allah. So it's not befitting that you begin with the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala in this surah number three, they said that if you look at contracts from a historical perspective, that every time the Arabs of the

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past would break their contracts, they would not begin with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. And thus it was a continuation of that tradition. And those of us panels either did not begin sorta Toba with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. The second thing I wanted to ask was that when it comes to the bus similar when it comes to the bus mela, we said that the bus at the beginning of the bus mela indicates something very special. It indicates something very special. What is the bar indicate? Go ahead.

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Excellent. So we said that the bar at the beginning of Bismillah is bad and it's the honor so that whatever comes after it is what you are seeking help from. So that is why when you say Bismillah Bismillah R Rahman R. Rahim you're beginning seeking help with the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Jade. Now that we've explained that let us continue on with where we left off. Last week we were discussing that the statement of Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim in the Quran, the scholars deferred Is it a verse from the Koran, or is it not? And I want to rectify something that I said last week, I only gave you three opinions, because I wasn't sure the fourth opinion. So I want to give you four

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the fourth opinion and give it to you properly. So the first opinion we said is that it is a verse of every surah of the Quran, except for Surah Tauba. It is a verse of every suit of the Koran, except for surah Toba and this was the opinion of Imam Muhammad shafee Abdullah mobarak, oblivion abass and other than them, then the second opinion is that it is not a verse from the Koran at all, except for the verse in certain number. So the beginning of Fatiha the beginning of any other Surah Surah, Debussy Allah is not a part of the Quran at all. And this was the opinion of Imam Malik Rahim Allah. This was the opinion of Mr. Malik Rahim Allah. And this becomes very important to mention and

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this is what I didn't mention last week. This is very important to mention, because when we talk about should the best Mullah be said in Salah or not, you see that this is why the scholars of Islam actually differed on this issue. Is that the reason why the difference should it be said or not is based upon Is it an actual verse of the Quran or not? So in my mind, the cream of Allah He was of the opinion that the best Mullah is not a part of the Quran at all, not a part of the surah nor a part of the Quran itself. Then opinion number three, this was that it is a part of sootel Fatiha and it is not a part of any other suit on the Quran. It is a part of sootel Fatiha, but not a part of

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any other surah in the Quran. And this opinion was attributed to Amanda Sheffield Rahim Allah this opinion was the trick

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Take a moment Shafi Rahim Allah

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then the fourth opinion is that the best Mullah is not a part of the surah but in fact is an individual verse from the Quran itself is that it is not a part of any surah but it is an individual verse of the Quran itself. Now can I get someone to repeat all four opinions to me inshallah, just to make sure everyone's on the same page? What are the four opinions we just mentioned? is the best similar part of the Quran? What are the four opinions we just mentioned? Can you give me one of them? Just one of them?

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Okay, so we said that it is a part of the middle of sorta number, and it is a part of the beginning of social fasciae. This was the opinion of Imam Shafi. And this is what we will refer to as opinion number three. Now we need opinions, one, two and four. Can you give me one of the opinions?

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That's exactly what he just mentioned. So I need a second one.

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Okay, that's a part of that. So it's a part of the middle of the show. We were talking with the best smile as a part of the beginning of the surah. So do you remember any of the opinions? Particularly the opinion of Imam Malik? Could you remember what Mr. Malik just said,

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wants to help them when they pick them up?

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It's not a part of the core. Yeah, it is not a part of the beginning of any sort of the Quran. So it is in fact, not a verse of the Quran, except for the verse in certain number. This was the opinion of Mr. Malik. And this is what we will refer to as opinion number two. Now who can give me opinions number one and four.

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Go ahead.

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essence. So it is a verse of every surah in the Quran. It is a verse of every surah in the Quran, except sort of the Toba. And now we're left with opinion number four. And this is what we're going to call the correct opinion as well. So you need to know opinion number four, if you're on any opinion, learn opinion number four. I need a different volunteer. What was the opinion number four? help us out?

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Forget No worries, affiliate number four, Ollie help for people that are relying on you.

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Opinion number four, what was it?

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You're calling a brother for one side? No worries, inshallah. Go ahead.

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sense. So we said that the Bismillah is an independent Ayah from the Quran. So it is not a part of the surah itself. But rather it is an independent eye of the Quran. So when you're counting the verses of the Quran, or the verses of the surah, the best man that will not be a part of it, the best Mullah will not be a part of it. And in fact, this is the opinion of the majority of scholars, and this is what we will call the correct opinion. Now, the reason why we're emphasizing this so much is because when you go on to the next topic is that should you recite Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim when you read Quran in Salah it's all contingent upon this issue. It is all contingent upon

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this issue.

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Okay,

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so opinion number one, I'll go through all of them opinion number one is that it is a verse of the beginning it is a verse of every suit at the beginning of every sutra with the exception of sort of the Toba. That is opinion number one. Opinion number two is that it is not a word the reverse from the beginning of any sort on the Quran at all, it is not the reverse from the beginning of any surah in the Quran at all. Opinion number three is that it is only the beginning of social facts, there is the only time it is considered reverse. It is only at the beginning of Swords the fact that it is considered reverse. And then number four is that it is not a part of any sort of, but it is a part

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of the Quran. So opinion number to say that it's not a poor part of the Quran at all. And opinion number four is saying that it is a part of the Quran, but it's not a part of any sort of, it's a part of the Quran, but not a part of any surah so now this leads us to our discussion. Should we be saying Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim when we are in Salah should we be saying Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim when we are in Salah. This brings us to three opinions. This issue has three opinions on it. Opinion number one is that the best mela should be resulted recite it out loud in sort of facha is that it should be recited out loud. In Soto Fatiha. This was the opinion of Imam Shafi Rahim Allah

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and His proof for this was that just like we recite all sorts of Fatiha out loud, then we should recite Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim out loud as well because the best mala

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Part of the surah the bust mela is a part of the surah. So now you see how it is directly tied into a previous discussion. So we say that you should recite Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim out loud, so when the Imam is really leading Salah he should start off with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen that is the opinion of Amanda Shafi. This is opinion number one. Now, his proof from this from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. His proof for this from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that even Ambassador de Allahumma he narrates that when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to recite, used to recite

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out loud With the name of Allah, the Merciful, the all compassionate. He used to say out loud Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and this hadith is narrated in the Mr. Abdullah of Al Hakim number 750. Number stedelijk of Al Hakim 750 the second proof for this opinion, the second proof of this opinion, is the hadith of unexceptional Malik narrated in Sahil Bukhari. The hadith of undisturbed nomadic narrated in Sohail Bukhari that he said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he would recite, he would elongate the best mela, he would apply the concept of mud to the bus mela. So he would say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rafi, you will get the bus mela. Now the proof

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for this is that in the allegation of the bus mela, it means that he's applying the rules of the street. And the rules of Tajweed are only applied to the Koran. So therefore, he said that it is a part of sort of Fatiha and thus it should be recited like the rest of sorts of Fatiha as well.

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Then the second opinion is that when the Imam is leading Salah, he should not mentioned the bus mela not silently nor loudly. So you shouldn't say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim not silently and not loudly. And this was the opinion of Imam Malik Rahim Allah. This was the opinion of the School of email and Malik Rahim Allah. And this is based upon the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that we mentioned last week, that the term Bismillahirrahmanirrahim was revealed to the Messenger of Allah, to know when the sutras would begin. And when they would end, they would it was revealed so that the Messenger of Allah, Selim would know when the soldiers would begin and when

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they would end and that is why the School of mathematic is not a part of the Quran itself, and thus, to recite something in Salah that is not from the Quran is inappropriate, and that is why he said that the best mela should not be said out loud, nor should it be said silently, nor should it be said silently. Then the third opinion is that when you are reciting Salah, the best mela should be said silently the third opinion is that the best Mullah should be said silently. This was the opinion of Imam Abu hanifa and the opinion of women Mohamad Rahim Allah, the opinion of him of hanifa the opinion of him Ahmed, Mohamed Salah, and they based their proof on this is one of the

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strongest proofs that you'll find and we'll discuss this in quite some detail is that even a busload of animals is reported in Sahih Bukhari he narrates that I prayed behind aboubaker I prayed behind Omar, I prayed to behind us man, and I prayed behind the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and none of them recited the bosma out loud. None of them recited the bus mela out loud. So now the question arises, how did he reconcile the previous Hadith where the previous had he said, that undisciplined Malik said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he would recite the bus mela, he would elongate it, he would say or rah

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rah he, how did he reconcile it with this hadith? Sabina buzzworthy, Lahore and Hama? Coleman commenting on this, he states that the recitation that we do in Salah so let's take it one by one, the celestial fudger We all know that the terracotta fudger they recite it out loud. Then for zohore you have for rockers where the Imam is completely silent. Same thing for slotless and forrec as the mom is completely silent, then you get to McRib for the first time to rock as the murmur says out loud and the last rocker he leads silently. Therefore Alicia to rockers the first two are out loud and the last two are silent. Now this recitation that the Imam does out loud or silently Is this

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something compulsory? Or is this something that is just recommended to do and it is just so that you guys know is that it is something recommended to do so for example, if one if in one Salah the Imam does not raise his voice in leading salata, lemongrab this he's going in opposition to the center, but the salon is still correct. There's no deficiency in the Salah is growing opposition to the student. He's not doing what the Messenger of Allah

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Hello Hello seldom did but the server is still correct. Likewise if someone is leaving a lot of load and there's a lot of load, he starts reciting out loud al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen or menorah him over here again he's going in opposition to the Sunnah, but the Salah is still valid, the Salah is still valid, not based upon this you will see that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam based upon different circumstances, he would raise his voice and stay silent. So for example, as we know that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was giving Dawa to tribes of people. So I tried would come to the Messenger of Allah and they would say, Jada, so Allah, we want

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to accept Islam. So when this would happen, and it's time for slaughter thought, the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam wouldn't say, hey, delay your Shahada, till after thoughts you guys don't have to pray. That's not what would happen. But rather, he would say, take your Shahada, and come and pray with us. So insalata Lord, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would start to recite out loud, so that the people who newly accepted Islam could repeat after him, and they would know what to say, and they would know what to say. So we learn from this is that the recitation of the man, it is something that is recommended, and based upon circumstances, you can change it around

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based upon circumstances, you can change it around.

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So the third opinion on this issue is that the Imam should recite silently in, recite the Buster mela silently in every Salah. So he should when he starts to recite out loud, he should only begin with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen should only begin with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. Now, why we mentioned this to be the stronger opinion is because, as you may have learned, when it comes to Islamic legislation, when it comes to there are four sources of Islamic legislation. There are four sources of Islamic legislation. The first of them is the Quran. This is the first form of Islamic legislation. So anytime we're looking for rules about Islam, the first place you will look

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is the Quran. Number two, the second source of Islamic legislation is the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. It is the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and these are the statements, the actions and the acceptances of the Messenger of Allah. So when we talk about Sunnah, from a legal perspective, the way the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam looked, or the way the PA system acted, does not come into our definition of sooner, or what comes into our definition of Cerner is what the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, what he did, and what the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accepted. This is the legal definition of Sunnah. The third

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source of Islamic legislation is each Ma, or what we will call consensus. And this is what we're going to focus on over here, but we'll get back to it in a second. We'll get back to it in a second. Then the fourth source of Islamic legislation is class. The fourth source of Islamic legislation is class. And I'll give you one example so that you understand what we refer to as clears. Now I want you to imagine this bottle of water right now. It's not water. It's actually a bottle of Budweiser. We're gonna call this Budweiser. Okay, so ignore the awkwafina. Now says Budweiser. Something that we know about Budweiser is two things we know two things about Budweiser or about the alcohol

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itself. Let's not mention names, will we know two things about the alcohol? Number one is that it is an intoxicant. It is an intoxicant. It is something that takes away your ability to comprehend and to understand and to act rationally and to act rationally. Number two, the second thing we know about alcohol is that alcohol is how long is that alcohol is how long and this is in the Hadith of the Prophet seven where both of these things are combined, where he said kulu muscadine, hammer wakulla hammer in Haram. He said that every area alcohol is an intoxicant, and every intoxicant is haram. So now, how does this play into chaos now that you know these two things, the ruling on it,

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and why that ruling took place? You learn something new over here, this over here is a tissue we're going to rule it in a special way so that it represents something What is this represent?

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a cigarette? No man be more creative. It represents marijuana. This is a blunt right here. It is a plain tissue there's nothing inside just so no one gets any shady ideas. But this is a blood right now. Okay, so now this blunt over here, you know, the scholars come and tell you you know smoking where marijuana is haram, smoking marijuana is haram. But the natural question that should come into your mind is why is it haram? You know, if you were to look through all the Koran, not once it is Allah subhanaw taala mentioned that marijuana is hard on you look through all the sudden nowhere did the Messenger of Allah wa sallam ever say that marijuana is haram? So where did we come to the

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understanding that marijuana is haram in Islam

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The way we came to that understanding is through this concept of chaos through this concept of chaos. So if you remember the alcohol, we said, we know two things about alcohol. Number one is that it is haram. And number two, that the reason that it is haram is because it intoxicates. So now that we have this new thing called marijuana, we don't know what the ruling on it is. But we know that the the characteristic of alcohol is present in this as well. And that is the concept of intoxication. So the scholar said that if that reason is present in that object, whatever it may be, then it will take the exact same ruling as well. So this isn't a form of integration. Second, this

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is in form of intoxicant. Therefore, they will both have the same ruling. And this is what is known as chaos. This is known as chaos. And this is the fourth source of Islamic legislation. Now getting back to the third source, getting back to the third source. The third source of Islamic legislation is what we call consensus or what we call each map. And this is actually based upon a verse in the Quran, where the word Allah subhana wa Taala says, And certainly, sir, verse 115, certainly sub verse 151, when you shafiqul Rasul

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Allah available, meaning no one Li Mata Wanda, here, Allah subhanho wa Taala says that whoever opposes the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and follows away other than the believers follows away of other than the believers. So this is where the concept of each map comes on, that the believers have a way and the non believers have always whoever follows away other than the believers, we shall leave him to his official prayer, and his final destination shall be the hellfire. So this is where the concept of each map actually comes from. Now, each map is also of two types. It is also of two types. But before we get to that, let us define what it actually is. agema

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is the consensus of all of the scholars at any one given time, on any one particular ruling on any one particular issue. So notice the definition, it is the consensus of all of the scholars at one given time, on one given issue, with one given ruling with one given ruling. So they agreed upon what the issue was, they agreed upon the ruling, and they all agreed at one given time.

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Now each Mark can take place in one of two ways, his mark can take place in one of two ways. The first way that his mark takes place is that someone comes in says all of the scholars of Islam in this era have said such and such. So what is one of the issues that we noticed from the time of the self, one of the very first emails that you will notice from the time of the setup, is that there can be no sixth for the Salah, one of the very first emails that you will notice is that they came to the consensus that there will be no sixth for the summer. So therefore no one can come in and say hey, today, I feel more righteous. I want to gather all the people together and we'll establish a

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solid called agenda, you know, the combination of Russia and budget, whether they pray in the middle, we're going to call it a job, okay. No one can come and do that because this consensus has already taken place has already taken place. Now just a side note on this issue is that each law is the strongest form of legislation stronger than the Koran and stronger than the center. The reason why I'm stronger than the Quran and the Sunnah is because agema can only be based upon the Quran and the Sunnah. So it is based upon the Quran assuming that you have to have a legal text either from the Quran and the Sunnah. Then you get all of the scholars in agreement and that is when it becomes

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stronger a stronger evidence than the Quran and Sunnah itself. So, if anyone ever says you that there is a man on this issue, and it is authentically reported that there is a schema, then you do not need to ask for Quranic verse, you do not need to ask for Hadith, because the schema is stronger than those two. The second form of H ma the second form of H ma is that when something takes place, and no one opposes it is when something takes place, and no one opposes it. And this is the type of H ma that we see in the narration of

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understood the last one the narration of unnecessary drama when he says that I played behind the Prophet, I prayed behind Abu Bakar I prayed behind Omar and I prayed behind earthman and all of them began reciting with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen this is what we will call each masuku T or the silent Iijima meaning that no scholar actually got up and said that sort of as he had begins with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen however, from the time of the Prophet till the time of Abu Bakar till the time of

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Till the time I was nine, no one oppose this. No one said something contradictory to it. So the scholars would consider this a form of each master kuti, or a form of silent email, or a form of silence. Hmm.

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So now, I need a volunteer to explain to me what agema is, who can explain to me what it is? What is the definition? What is the proof? And what are its different types? Go ahead, help start us off.

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Yep.

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Yep.

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On one issue, and they have one ruling on that issue. Excellent. So that is the definition of HMR. Excellent. Now, what is the proof for H ma? What is the proof that h ma is a proof? Go ahead.

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Any type of HTML

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I mentioned.

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Okay.

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Right.

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Actually, in fact, related to that very issue is that the message of a certain set in a different Hadith and the authenticity is varied, but my oma will never agree upon misguidance. So this, this actually applies not only to the Sahaba, but it applies to the oma as well. And that's why when you study HTML, you will see that based upon this hadith be considered HTML proof that the message of assuming that the oma will never unite upon misguidance that is not possible that the whole oma unit upon slides. So I'm still looking for a particular verse. What is the verse that I mentioned?

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Who's speaking? Who's speaking? Who is speaking?

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If you're going to speak have the courage to raise your hand. So if you're right, you get the credit. If you're wrong, you get blasted.

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Like Who is speaking? Hamza Yola, what is the proof?

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Surah Nisa number four, verse 115 115. And the only point you need to mention from this verse is Why? Because I have a civilian mode, meaning that he follows a way of other than the believers. This is where the concept of each map comes from. Then we said that the Jamaat is two types that there are two types of each map. What are the two types of each map? The fifth episode? What are the two types of each map?

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The Silent Iijima excellent.

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is the exact opposite of silent.

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No, someone's spoken, someone spoke and said that we have consensus on this issue. So there is consensus that there is no sixth solar. Right. And you mentioned this, you'll find this for many of the books of the setup that one of the very first each mind that I mentioned is that there is no sixth solar. So they will see that the scholars have conceded to the fact that there is no six solar. So it is the H mount which comes out loud, question or addition? question we'll take at the end. So I really don't remember it, and we'll get to it. So that is in terms of sources of legislation, that is in terms of sources of legislation, and that is why we mentioned that the third

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opinion is the strongest because it is a form of each matsukaze that the the best mela and the Fatiha, it should be recited silently and not recite it out loud and not recite it out loud.

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Now, the next section that we're going to be covering is when is it legislated to say the Bismillah when is it legislated to say the best murder? And over here there are two concepts you need to understand. Concept number one is the saying of Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. And concept number two is the saying of just Bismillah just stopping at Bismillah and you'll see that both of these statements are legislated at different times. So our first topic of discussion is that when is it legislated to say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. Okay, our first topic of discussion is when is it legislated to say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim

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number one the first time it is legislated to say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim is that when you recite to the Koran when you recited the Quran, this is the first time it is legislated to say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim as we just took. The second time it is legislated to say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Can you ask the brothers just to move forward a little bit just in case no one so no one has to stand in the back and shall just move forward as much as you can inshallah. There's a lot of empty room here. Try to fill it up just like a block at

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the second time. It is legislated to say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim is when you are writing something of importance. The second time it is legislated to say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim is when you are writing something of importance, and who can give me the proof for this. We've mentioned it already.

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Raise your hand go ahead.

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Excellent. So the first rule is from the Quran itself, that when Souleymane Allah, he said I'm rolling

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The letter to Sheba is read out loud in the home instalay man, we're in the hole Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Then indeed this letters from Solomon and it begins with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Proof number two is from the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that Hadith number seven and Sohail Bukhari Hadith number seven, and Sahil Bukhari, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to write letters to various emperors used to write letters to various emperors. And no matter who the Emperor was, he would always begin with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. He would always begin with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. So if something is important in your

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life, it's a document which you are recording. You want to start off with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. This should be for your marriage contracts. It should be for any financial contracts you're doing. If you're you know,

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any other form of loans that you may have always begin with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim as this was the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. These are the only two incidents that I have or instances that I have found that it is legislated to say the whole Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim these are the only two incidents that I found and if you find any more, please do let me know we'll add it to our list inshallah. But these are the only two that I found were one should say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim completely.

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The next topic of discussion is that when is it legislated to say Bismillah? When is it legislated to say Bismillah. The first place it is legislated to say Bismillah is at the beginning of whoodle. It is at the beginning of Voodoo, that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam it is attributed to him that he said that there is no Salah for the one who does not make widow and there is no widow for the one who does not say Bismillah there is no model for the one who does not say Bismillah. In terms of the ruling of this, do we have to say Bismillah at the beginning of the door not the correct opinion is that you don't have to do it but it is recommended to do so it is you don't have

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to do it but it is recommended to do so in terms of digital tools. We'll study that in the fifth class in Sharla. The second time it is legislated to say Bismillah is that when you come inside the masjid when you come inside the masjid. So they do are that when you enter the ministry that should start off with Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Allahumma salli Ababa hermetic. So you start off with saying Bismillah then you send Salaam Salaam upon the Messenger of Allah, and then you say, Oh Allah opened the doors of your mercy to me, open the door of your mercy to me. This Hadith has been a hadith which has been problematic, you will see that the scholars of

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Hadith some of them authenticated the saying of Bismillah when entering the masjid, and some of them didn't, some of them didn't. From this currently scholars that said that you should say Bismillah and the authenticated this hadith was shackled by him. Allah was Shivani Rahim Allah, and we're mentioning it for the sake of benefit.

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Number three, the third time that you mentioned Bismillah is that when you're getting ready for a journey, and you have boarded your mode of transport, you're getting ready for a journey and you have boarded your mode of transport. So whether it is a ship, whether it is a horse, a camel, whether it is your car, whether it is a bus, whatever it is, Allah subhanho wa Taala you mentioned in the Quran, and that when they boarded their mode of transportation, they said Bismillah Missouri had that With the name of Allah that it continued. And this is found in Shahada Do you remember? Which was this in Surah Hood? I'll give you a prize if you can tell me the ayah number inshallah.

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No, sign number 41 ayah number 41 sort of a second look at those very good Mashallah. You know, the whole fire marshal has blessed him with a special memory. And this is like, you know, from obviously, you see that in every holochain every gathering, the Father, the Quran will always stick out from the rest of the students, because Allah Subhana Allah has blessed them with the memory of the Quran. So May Allah subhanaw taala, bless all of us with the memorization of the Quran. I mean, and as should be one of our goals for Ramadan, for weeks away in coming, is that let's try to memorize as much of the Quran as we can. And you can think of what the supine Allah, that if a man

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was to live 40 years, let's just say 40 years, and he started memorizing the Koran at the age of 10. If he just did one Joy's every year, by the time you turn 40, it would be a half of the Quran, just one juice every year. That's all you'd have to do. If you lived 40 years, from just from the age of 10 alone, and we're not talking to younger than that, he would have finished the Quran by the time he turns 40. So it's that gradual process, that if you continue on that within the hits Allah Allah subhanaw taala will make it easy for you. So the third time is that when you board your mode of transportation, a second proof of this is the hadith of jabber narrated by a Muslim that the

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Messenger of Allah says Allah told him that mount the camel and say Bismillah Mount Carmel and say Bismillah This is found in Sahih Muslim.

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The fourth time it is legislated to say Bismillah is that when you're sacrificing an animal

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When you're sacrificing an animal, and in Islam, we have two types of sacrifice. We have two types of sacrifice, a sacrifice, which is affiliated with a reason. And then sacrifice which is just for the sake of eating sacrifice for the sake of a reason and sacrifice for eating. So sacrificed for the sake of a joyous and happy moment is that when the walima happens, the processor commanded

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the companion document even off Olam wallow, be sure that have a William I have a party with the people, even if it is just by sacrificing one sheep. And likewise, when we have children, the messenger also told us that when it is a boy, you sacrifice two sheep, when it's a girl, you sacrifice one sheep. So these are the happy and joyous moments. And then the second time is that just for regular eating just for regular eating, that when you sacrifice these animals, they need to be sacrificed for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala they need to be sacrificed for the sake of Allah, that sacrificing our religion is an act of a vida is an act of ibadah. And this is like, you

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know, unfortunately, a reflection of a surah that all of us know but unfortunately don't reflect on too much. That is total culture, that Allah subhanho wa Taala he says in our political culture, for suddenly lira be kawana that indeed we are giving you this great abundance. So pray and sacrifice for your Lord mean that the meat that you sacrifice, it is an act of ibadah it is an act that we do to get closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala and it is legislated to say the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala is legislated to say the name of Allah subhanahu wa Tada. And this is found in sort of an arm, verse 118 certain Anam verse 118.

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Number five, number five, when you begin to eat, when you begin to eat, and this is narrated by one of the young companions, he says that I was with the Messenger of Allah Salaam in his house, as a young boy, and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, all young boy, begin by eating With the name of Allah, eat with your right and eat with that which is close to you. So he gives us three etiquettes over here when you're eating. Number one is that you begin with the name of Allah Subhana, WA, tada, you begin with Bismillah. Number two is that you eat with your right hand you eat with your right hand, and we'll comment on this a little bit in sha Allah. And number

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three, you eat with that which is close to you, you eat with that which is close to you. Now these are the three explicit benefits from the Hadith, there is one hidden implicit benefit that we derive from this hadith. What is that? What is the hidden implicit benefit from this hadith. So he says that begin with the name of Allah, eat with your right and eat with that which is close to you.

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Now focus on this last point, the last point, it would that which is close to you, what is the fourth and fourth lesson if we want to drive that we can derive from this?

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Okay, that's one way of looking at that this one, we're looking at it, but I'm looking at something bigger than that.

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So just one second, you'll have

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a sense, that is the implicit lesson that we draw from this heading, that from the sooner the problem is that you eat with other people, and that you don't eat by yourself. So this whole concept of having individual plates is a very, you know, I wouldn't say anti Islamic, but at the very least, it wasn't the way of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam set up is that whenever he would have food, he would invite the people please come and join in and everyone would eat together. So that now when you're in that situation, it's not befitting that you reach over someone else's, you know, side and you start taking their food, but rather you should eat from the side, which is close to

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you. And our brother maybe mentioned in a good point, that this also indicates that, you know, try to surprise yourself with food, that one of the problems that comes to food is that you want to eat as much as you possibly can. But rather try to suffice yourself as much as possible, and Allah will put barakah in that food for you. And this is why the messenger will also say that he tells us that food for two is sufficient for three and food for three is sufficient for four because it's not about the quantity of food that you have. But it's about the amount of Baraka that Allah has placed in that food. It's about the amount of Baraka that Allah has placed in that food. The second point I

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want to comment on this hadith is the issue of eating with the right hand, the issue of eating with the right hand. I know that some people feel that Allah subhanaw taala has created them left handed. Allah subhanaw taala has created people left handed and there is no problem in being left handed. But when it comes to particular issues, Islam commands you with something specific. And in those situations, the more you struggle with those things, the more Allah subhanaw taala will reward you. So for example, Islam command says that when we eat, we should eat with our right hands. Islam commands us that when we clean ourselves when we go to the bathroom, that it should be with the left

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hand and not with the right hand and not

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With the right hand, Islam commands that when you shake hands, you shake hands with the people with the right tact. So in these sort of things, even though you may be left handed, and there's more of a challenge, there's more of a hardship than know that the more of the challenge there is, and more of the hardship there is, then the more than Allah subhanaw taala will reward you. And this is based upon the Hadith of the Prophet SAW them when he talks about the reciters of the Quran, where he says that the ones who recite Quran with ease, they will have one reward. But the ones who recite Quran with difficulty and they keep trying and striving, then they will have two rewards from Allah

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subhanaw taala, one for reciting, and one for struggling. So now similarly, here, it comes to food, a lot of the times it's very convenient to eat and drink with the left hand, because you know, your right hand may be dirty, or you may be left handed, or you may have another excuse, but try your best to eat with your right hand and drink with your right hand. And this is from the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now, a lot of the times, you'll see that the following happens, that someone's drinking, and they will take their glass and put it like this, and then they will drink. And they try to compensate this for, you know, drinking or eating with their left hand. But in actuality, would which hand is this person drinking with right now the right hand or the left hand, he's he's drinking with the right, like he's drinking with the left. The reason we say he's drinking with the left is that if which if you were to take away one of the hands, would the container stay with the container state. So for example, if you take away the right hand, you can still sort of retain, you know, the the

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bottle. But if you were to take away the left hand altogether, that is the base, then this thing completely falls and tumbles over. So no serious situations hold the glass completely holding the glass completely, so that there is no doubt on the glass completely. Now, a lot of the times when people don't do that is they don't want to get the glasses dirty. What they fail to realize is whether you put your hand on it or not, it still needs to be washed. So it does make a difference, you know, so just get it dirty. And when it gets washed, it gets washed, it's not that big of a deal. So try your best to stick with your right hand. And the biggest reason of doing this is the

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Hadeeth of the processor number he said, Do not eat and drink with your left hand because she thought eats and drinks with his left hand. So you're imitating shaytaan in imitating straight on in doing that. That was number five, directly related to number five is that say Bismillah. When you enter the house, we're not put them into the sixth category, we're just going to continue it as number five, because the Hadith comes together, the Hadith comes together. And that is when you enter your house, you should say Bismillah as well. When you enter your house, you should say Bismillah as well. And this is narrated in the hadith of Jabba rhodiola one, it is narrated in the

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hadith of Jabba the Allah one, and so he must live where the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that whoever says Bismillah when he eats, then shavon will have no food to eat that night. And whoever says Bismillah before he enters his house, then shaytaan will have no place to sleep that night. And here's a you know a small funny story that some of the historians mentioned on this topic.

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This is the Korean oven hassanal bursary, just so you understand this context, Allah subhanaw taala he created a companion from the jinn for each and every one of us, each and every one of his creation, he has a companion of from the gym. And the job of this coding or this companion is to whisper evil things to you, is just to get you to do bad deeds. So every time you fight it off, you're getting a good deed from Allah subhana wa Tada. So, this is the meeting of two Koreans. One of them is the career of a personal Bosley. And the other person is just like your average Joe Blow cutting. So the scope was mentioned that when these two Koreans they actually met, they had a

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typical conversation, you know, they hadn't seen each other in a long time. And they're like, you know, how have you been where you've been for such a long time? I haven't seen you. And, you know, one Cory says to the other, you know, you look so good. You know, it looks as if you're keeping well, then this curry in the second quarter he says to me, you know, I wish I could say the same about you, you know, what has happened to you look so terrible. You're extremely skinny, your hair is all over the place, and it looks as if you haven't slept properly in months. The hustle and bustle he says that hustle bustle he, he has not ceased to say Bismillah for the past 40 years for

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the past 40 years. So I've not had any good food to eat, nor have I had a proper place to sleep, nor have I had a proper place to sleep. And this is a story that scholars mentioned a lot. I know if there's any authenticity to this, well, this is something that dimension now we move on to number six the sixth time it is legislated to say Bismillah the sixth time it is legislated to say Bismillah and that is when a husband and wife have marital relations. That is when a husband and wife have marital relations. This is reported in Sohail Bukhari from Ibn Abbas is reporting Sahil Bukhari from in the bus they when they start they should begin with the name of Allah subhana wa

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tada when they when they start they should begin with the name of Allah.

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What's odd? number seven. Actually, just to comment on that point over there,

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a lot of the scholars have they actually had a contention with this hadith. They had a contention with this hadith and inshallah some mature audience so I you can appreciate where I'm coming from. The contention they had this hadith is that they said that the name of Allah subhanaw taala should not be mentioned, while a person's aura is not covered, while the person's aura is not covered, and the mama bajada Rahim Allah specifically mentions this hadith that Vicar of Allah should be made at also, the kind of Allah can be made at all times. This the chapter heading that he gives it. And the reason why he mentioned this is to contend those scholars that said that the vicar of a law cannot

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be made when you're older is uncovered. Now obviously, when a husband and wife are having marital relations, their hours will be exposed. And here the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling them that before they begin, they should say Bismillah so now how do you use this hadith to say that the vicar of Allah, Allah Subhana, WA, tada can be made at all times, with the exception of one time, with the exception of one time. And that is when an individual is physically in the act of going to the bathroom. That is when an individual is physically in the act of going to the bathroom. And that is why when you leave the bathroom, you make the Durango frown at all. I seek

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your forgiveness. What are you seeking forgiveness for? You're not seeking forgiveness that you had this natural urge that Allah created you with, there's nothing to seek forgiveness for. But the reason why you're seeking forgiveness at that time, is because at the time when you're physically going to the bathroom, you're not allowed to remember Allah subhanho wa Taala, not in your mind, not in your heart, not on your tongue, the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala should not be there. And that is why when you exit the bathroom, you say go for anarchy or be or go for an ally seek your forgiveness, because I was unable to make vichara for you. At that time, I was unable to make

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decoder for you at that time. So the vicar of Allah can be made at all times, with the exception of when a person is physically going to the bathroom.

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Number seven, is that when you exit from your house, when you exit from your house, you leave with your left foot you say Bismillah and you say tawakkol to Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, that you exit with the left What do you say Bismillah and you say to a call to Allah, Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah. This is narrated from the hadith of unassailable Malik, the hadith of unsub demonic and is narrated in a Buddha with the hadith of understood nomadic and narrated in Abood out

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number eight, the eighth time when it is legislated to say Bismillah is three times in the morning and three times in the evening. You will know in Islam that we have a form of Vicar which is known as Cairo Sabbath and as current Messiah, remembrances of the morning and remembrances of the evening. The remembrances of the morning take place after stellato fudger remembrances of the evening they take just before slothful Maghreb. Some scholars even said after salata, Lhasa, but that is when they take place. So from the forms of remembrances of the morning and remembrances of the evening is the saying of Bismillah three times. So you will say Bismillahi la v. La your dorm

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room is me say on fill out the summer, well who was Milani, that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says that whoever says this three times in the morning, or three times in the evening, shall not be harmed by any evil throughout the day, you should not be harmed through by any evil throughout the day.

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Number nine, when a person is about to go to sleep, when a person is about to go to sleep, before he goes to sleep, he says Bismillah the and he places his right hand on his cheek and he sleeps on his right side. And he says, Oh Allah, I placed my side for you. And this is found in the hadith of herbalist heroines and Maori or the lavon. And it is found in Abu Dhabi, it is found in and without number 10

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is that he says Bismillah before going into the bathroom, he says Bismillah before going to the bathroom so before he says the door of entering the bathroom, he says Bismillah again the scholars of Hadith. They differ this this hadith is authentic or not from the scholars of our time that said it was authentic worship Allah Rahim Allah, but the scholars differ on this hadith is it authentic? Or not?

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The 11th time that it is legislated to say Bismillah is that when one is having trouble with their mode of transportation, so in the past, if the horse would not move, the camera would not move. They would hit it and say Bismillah similarly in our times, you know you're driving your car, it's not starting here in a couple of times, say Bismillah and see what happens you never know inshallah, and this was legit. This is narrated by Abu Dhabi as well. This is narrated by Abu Dawood as well. Number 10

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The story number 12 is when a person finds pain in any form of his body, he should say Bismillah three times blowed on his hand and put it on that place, you should say Bismillah three times and put it on that place. This is married in Sahih Muslim in a Muslim.

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Then we move on to number 13. When you place the dead inside of the grave when you place the dead inside of the grave, that is when it is legislated to say Bismillah that is when it is legislated to say Bismillah This was narrated by Abu Dawood as well, there's nothing about without as well. And the last one that we'll mention is number 14. And this encompasses several things. When you are locking a door, when you are closing the lights when you are covering your water containers, or when you're covering your food containers. So it encompasses four things, the locking and closing of doors, the turning off of the lights, the covering of water containers, and the covering of food

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containers. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he taught to Jabba rhodiola one, that when you close the lights and you close the doors, and you cover your containers, then do each one of them by saying Bismillah do each one of them by saying Bismillah and this hadith is narrated by both Bukhari and Muslim this hadith is narrated by both Bukhari and Muslim. Now before we open up the floor for questions and answers, and I know quite a few who have questions, I just want to conclude with two things. I want to conclude with two things. Number one, what are the benefits that we derive from the best Mullah? What are the benefits that we derive from the best Mullah? And the

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second thing we'll conclude with is where we started with Fatiha actually revealed where we sort of fatca actually revealed. So let us take 10 points of some points of benefit from the legislation of the best manner. Number one is that it is an act of the profits, it is an act of the profits. And it is authentically reported that three profits used to begin with business smella three profits used to begin with Bismillah you guys have two of them already. One of them was Sulaiman. As we mentioned in the first episode, the number, the second of them was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the third of them who can tell you raised your hand.

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Sorry, not no Holly said.

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The same thing.

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Okay, I'm talking about disallowed minor harmonic or explicit on what the statement of minor?

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No, go ahead.

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In the belly of the whale, why in the belly of the whale?

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The answer is Eunice. That is correct. But that's not the incident. That's not the incident. I'll give you the answer. The famous incident of life, the famous incident about life, when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was expelled from the people of five. He, you know, he left in a state of distress that they had pelted him. He's bleeding. And he met a man that had some grapes with him. He met a man that had some grapes with him. This man offered him some grapes, and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he began with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. This becomes an interesting point. He began with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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And the man says, Where did you learn this statement from? And he says that I am the messenger of Allah. And it was revealed unto me, the apostles and asked him, where do you know this statement from? He says, indeed, I am from such and such people. And his, you know, he mentions his tribe, and that tribe. It takes this lineage back to universalism, it takes this lineage back to unison a setup. So it shows you how it continued. So you know, Sally salon was also narrated to have said, the best mother, it is also narrated to have said, the best mother. Now this becomes a point of contention over here is because while this hadith is authentic, it clearly shows that when the

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Messenger of Allah says began to eat, he didn't just begin with Bismillah but rather he began with Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. And then the scholars different should we say Bismillah or Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. And we'll leave that for another time inshallah. Tada, you want to answer that? No questions just yet. So that is the first benefit is that you're following the acts of the prophets who are the best of creation. Number two, is that this it creates a strong bond with Allah subhana wa Tada. So if you get into the habit of saying Bismillah all the time, it creates a strong bond between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala. Number three, it prevents an individual from committing

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sin, it prevents an individual from committing sin. So person gets in the habit of saying Bismillah when he's about to commit a sin, he's not going to say Bismillah and commit that sin, but rather it will serve as a reminder for him it will serve as a reminder for him. Number four, is that it is a reminder that our lives

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See always overcomes his wrath. It is a reminder that Allah's mercy always overcomes his wrath. And this is very important that you understand what the best mela actually entails. So we said that the term Allah is lovable gelada and it is derived from Allah, the One that is worshipped. Now the one that is worshipped means it is the one that you are worshipping, the one that you submit to the one that has control over everything in your life. So this is a form of greatness of Allah subhanaw taala but then you continue on with our rough man and Allah him. We mentioned that our Amana Rahim that the strongest opinion on this issue is that our man is the one that owns mercy and possesses

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mercy. And Rahim is the one that displays and manifests mercy. So Allah not only does he display and manifest mercy, but all mercy emanates from him alone. So Allah shows you that while he is aligned, everyone submits themselves to Allah. Allah subhanaw taala reminds you that He is merciful and he is compassionate that Allah's mercy will always overcome his wrath. And that is what Allah is mentioned once, but R Rahman r Rahim, or the concept of mercy is mentioned twice to show you that Mercy is the greatest attribute of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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The last point, the last point that we mentioned, returning to the Bismillah is the reminder for us and how we are constantly in need of help from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Because we mentioned that the Buddha at the beginning of the bestseller is that I begin In the name of Allah seeking His help you begin In the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala. seeking his help. So it is a reminder that everything that you do is a means from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this is something so important to understand that, you know, a lot of times people are asking, why are you doing certain acts? So you're protesting? Why are you protesting or protesting in the name of freedom, or writing a letter,

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we're writing a letter in the name of our human rights. But at the end of the day, when you begin with Bismillah, you're beginning in the name of Allah, that we're doing this act for the sake of Allah. So no matter what it is that you're doing, it will become an act of worship. And that is why acts such as eating acts such as drinking acts such as marital relationships with your wife, it becomes an act of a bother even though it is something that you need something that you enjoy, it becomes an act of a bother because you're mentioning the name of our last panelist either in it. So you will see that it is encompassing in the sense that it is a reminder of why you are doing things

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and it is a reminder of how you're constantly in need of Allah subhanho wa Taala and it is a reminder that any good thing that happens in your life is from Allah subhanho wa Taala the food that you're eating the sleep that you're about to take the drink that you're drinking, anything that you're doing is the blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So those are the benefits. The last thing I want to mention is where we're certified to have revealed versitile Fatiha revealed. You'll notice that amongst people, there are a lot of opinions. Some scholars will mention that sort of factor was revealed in Medina, some scholars will mention that sort of factor was revealed both in Makkah and

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in Medina. But all of those opinions, they have no basis whatsoever, and they're not taken into consideration. Why? Because there is h Ma, verbal consensus that sorbitol Fatiha was revealed in Makkah, it was revealed in Makkah. Now let us explain how this each Mark took place. That is explained how this each Mark took place. There is a verse in the Quran, this is in total hedger verse 86, verse 87. So in number 15, verse 8715, verse 87, Allah subhanho wa Taala says in this verse, what about it NACA sub and mineral muthoni that Allah subhanaw taala he says, We have given you the seven oft repeated verses, we have given you, the seven oft repeated verses. Now this isn't

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suitable hedger hedger, which is Surah number 15. And this is what our by consensus was revealed in Makkah. This surah by consensus was revealed in Mecca. This consensus is mentioned by Eben afiya, the famous scholar of the year who had allergies, and it is mentioned by emammal core to be who had a German Common Core and so these two scholars even Atiyah and emammal, could be both mentioned consensus that social hygiene was mentioned, was revealed in Makkah. Now this verse that mentions the seven oft repeated verses, why is it referring to pseudo fattier, it is referring to certain Fatiha because the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself said that this verse

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repeated referring to sort of idea. This is based upon the Hadith that is found in Sahil Bukhari. It is the hottest found in Sahih Bukhari where

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Abu Sayyaf foto de la jolla and who was praying, he was praying and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he called

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him. But I will say though Quadri, he continued praying and he delayed responding to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So eventually when he goes to the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam, he says, oh, sorry, did you not hear the statement of Allah subhanho wa Taala where Allah said, it's the G Bula Rasul Allah, the outcome, the man that respond in haste to the Messenger of Allah, when they call you to that which brings you life. He says, Yes, I have heard that you're a sola, but I was praying. So the Messenger of Allah wa sallam at that time he tells I will say, that before you leave, I will teach you the greatest surah in the Quran, I will teach you the greatest

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surah in the Quran. And another verse, he says, I will teach you the seven oft repeated verses that Allah is referring to, I will teach you the seven off repeated verses that Allah subhanaw taala is referring to, and then before he left the message,

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the Messenger of Allah Salaam taught him sort of idea, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam taught him sort of Fatima. So here the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling, I will say liquidly that the seven oft repeated verses in the Quran is sort of fattier, and seven after Peter vs is derived from certain hedger, which was revealed in Makkah by consensus. So therefore, sort of fatty also had to be revealed in Makkah. Now, this is the textual evidence. Then there is HTML on this as well, as mentioned by Immanuel Thea and emammal caught up as well. And we mentioned the third thing, which is the logical evidence. The logical evidence is that when was

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salon legislated salon was legislated in Mecca. In the salon, well Mirage in the salon was marriage. This is when the five daily salons were legislated. And we know that even prior to salaat being legislated as five, the Muslims used to pray twice a day, they used to pray twice a day. So it does not make sense that as long as marriage took place, and so law becomes legislated. Yet Allah subhanho wa Taala did not teach them how to pray. And sort of Fatiha according to the correct opinion is a pillar from the pillars of Salah is a pillar from the pillars of Salah. And this is something that emammal quote to be mentioned, just as a logical proof. He said that there is no

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evidence whatsoever that alludes to the fact that the Muslims used to pray without sorbitol facha that even when the Muslims were praying to rock us that there is no evidence that used to pray without sortal Fatiha alone. And he goes on to mention that there's a proof that they're one of the only supporting evidence for this is that the scholars have said that one of the first suitors that was revealed completely was sort of fattier, one of the very first sewers that was revealed completely was sort of fattier, and that was so that the Muslims can pray with it. So now we've officially began without the fear of sort of fatty Alhamdulillah. That is in terms of where sort of

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Fatah was revealed. Next week. We'll continue with the names of sorts of Fatiha and we'll go on with Bismillah hits under the virtues of Surah Fatiha and if time permits, get into the very first verse as well get into the very first verse, as well. Bismillah hits Allah. With that, we'll open the floor for questions. five questions as usual, inshallah, you will be our first question.

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Okay.

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Okay, excellent. So in these sort of situations, I'll give you a general guideline. Every time a new beginning a new surah you should begin with Bismillah because Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, because there is a part of the core art so every time you're beginning a new suitor, you begin with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. But you don't say it out loud. You don't say it out loud. If you begin from the middle, it is recommended that you just say I will be lying in the shaytaan ology without mentioning the the best man over there without mentioning the Bismillah. With that makes sense? Excellent. Question number two, go ahead.

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It is permissible to do so. But it is in opposition to the sooner so for example, someone spraying mogilev the first two records he's going to read out loud, because that's what the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us to do. In the third Raka. He also taught us to stay silent. He's also started to stay silent. But if there's a reason not stay silent, so for example, you know, you're praying and it's extremely dark, and you actually lose concentration in your Salah. So in those times, you can say sort of it out loud, even in the third Raka

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There's no problem in that. And there's no problem in that. So the general case scenario is that you should follow the sinner. So follow that. But if you have a reason not to follow it, then it is permissible as well. And also some shoulders that when used to teach the new converts when used to teach the new converts.

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No, you wouldn't get a bad sin, but it's still something you should you should try to avoid. Because following the sooner is better, because following the sooner is better. Good question. Number three, go ahead.

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You can see there's a recommended time and then there's a permissible time, the recommended time is after budget, and that you know, you're staying in the area where you prayed your Salah, and you keep seeing your cart, till the day time comes. That is the recommended time. The permissible time is that you can save any time before select the last anytime before slot alasa. Same thing with the evening. The recommended time is that you saved after slot the last third tell us a lot of MATLAB. But the permissible time is that you say it all the way up until a short time you said all the way up until a short time. Allahu Tanada. Number four, go ahead.

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Okay, so excellent.

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Like the when we're talking about

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saying Bismillah this is what they will say their record. So this is for mounting your mode of transportation. So it's not your suffer hasn't begun yet. So when you get into your car, you will say Bismillah that's what it's referring to, before you even begin to travel. So let's say you want to get into your car, you want to make sure you know everything is in your car. As you're getting into your car, you will say Bismillah but once you turn your car on and you actually start moving towards your destination, that is when you will say depending on how long your journey is, if it's a short journey, you just say Savannah lady soccer Alana hydromechanical homoclinic we're in Nairobi,

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neither Mankato. This is the short journeys. This is the part of the drought recoup. But if it's a long journey, then the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us that you should say the following to our Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Subhana Allah de Sakura, Lana hadwen Magneto mcweeny we're in a Latina de mon Caliban Allahumma lucafriz Safina Haddad berawa taqwa wamena Amelie Matata Allah Muhammad Elena Sephora now what we know border alojamento Sahaba for safaree will funny for to fill a llama in an auto becoming Lhasa is suffering capital Hungary was to eliminate color beef in manual and this is why you'll find international Muslim. This is the actual

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dual of suffer. So when a person is making a long journey, for example, you're traveling to Edmonton. you're traveling to Toronto, this is the dwarf suffer. That should be said. However, if you're just making short distances that you're going from the masjid to your house. At that time, it is sufficient just to say Subhanallah v sakara and Haida moku Makino in Nairobi nanocarbon.

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I want you to answer that question, how would you get into your car with your left foot first?

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Even if you're on the passenger side, how are you going to get any with your right foot then?

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In general, I shall go off on her. She says that the officer Salaam Can you fought the Lord yamanouchi Omar equally, the Messenger of Allah wa sallam used to prefer doing things with his right and all of his affairs. So if one has the ability to do with the right without putting yourself in extra hardship, then he should do so. But in the car, I don't believe you can physically do that without facing the other way. So the car would be the exception. But if you have a horse marshmallow or a camera or any other form of writing beast, you know try to mounted with the right side lights on. Now with Question number four, correct. So the last question within the hits outline will

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conclude.

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No, you don't have to say anything. Like in this situation. It's something which is permissible. So the only time you will correct someone in Salah is in one of two cases. Either they've made a mistake in the recitation, that is when you will correct them by repeating the correct version of the recitation or number two is that their actions have gone against what

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one of two things, either one of the pillars of Salah. So for example, from standing, he went straight into sajida without going into court. At that time, you would say, a supine Allah. And if it's a woman, she would clap like this to indicate that the Imam has made a mistake. That is the first time. The second time is that if he forgets one of the obligations of the seller, and obligation of the seller, an example of this is that the showed, for example, in the second, aka, you're meant to say, here to deliver your solar water bottle, that is an obligation of the seller. At that time, if the Imam stands up without sending for the dish out, same thing, you'll see some

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handler or the woman will clap her hand to indicate that he's made a mistake. And no other times should you correct the email no other times should you correct the email.

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Go ahead.

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Nice because they don't know. And I mean, the point is to inform the Imam. The center way of informing the mom is that messenger Allah taught us that the man should say this Vf and the woman has a

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sphere look at the sphere, which is the the hitting of the hand, or what is clapping, the man should say Subhanallah and the woman should hit her hand to indicate the amount that he's made a mistake. Or more who Tanana will conclude with that was a lot more cinematic and in Vienna, Muhammad Ali he was up he was seldom semantical Lomo behind the shadow law in the head and a stockbroker was like I'll see you guys next week was so damn it. According to law he will buy the cattle before we conclude