Omar Suleiman – How to Make Dua for Palestine with Tahir Wyatt

Omar Suleiman
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the challenges of working from home during the pandemic, including finding hope and settling injuries. They emphasize the importance of protecting one's identity and belongings, practicing "will" and learning the language to achieve success, and staying true to one's values. The conversation also touches on protecting one's identity and belongings and the potential consequences of recent protests and the holy Book. The importance of cooperation and acceptance is emphasized, as well as the need for people to be strong and allow others to experience them.
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because every one of us me ministry authorities and our manual human handling no human and I mean, whatever you want a landline, I mean, without people to do what's happening alongside your central data center because you come home and then sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on early, he was like, we were still interesting and cathedra does, I can locate into all of you for your patience, we were just having a little bit of technical difficulty getting started. And subhanAllah tonight's is probably one of the most important sessions that we've had. And they've all been important, but to address I think, a question that I have been getting and many folks have been getting, which is

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like, how do we make do out for the people of Palestine right now? What is the right way to make your what are the droughts? And, you know, I want to start Subhanallah just before I bring in chef LaHood here,

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you know, this is a really extraordinary time. And today, I visited a brother, friend of mine, who lost 21 of his family members last night.

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I want you to think about Subhanallah the the weight of that on people right now. So we're witnessing an extreme time right now extraordinary circumstances, yet Subhan Allah, all I heard from him, and from his family members is Alhamdulillah. With nila, they are Shahada. We have hope and Allah subhanaw taala you know, now they're at peace, and just continue to make your app for those that are still waiting every day. And you know, as we were sort of talking about every two hours you check on your family and Reza and the sentence is Alhamdulillah the psi sheen and hamdulillah we're still alive. Like imagine when someone says kafer Hi, look at how are you? And you said hamdulillah

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be higher. Right now the people have as I say and Hamdulillah I seen if they answer your message and Hamdulillah we lived another day which really puts into perspective at hamdulillah the piano by the man

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Are they insured you know we say every morning that handed in All Praise be to Allah Who gave us another day who gave us life after death and to him as the ultimate return. So these are difficult times we ask Allah subhanaw taala to be with our brothers and sisters and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to enable us you know Allahumma inadequately kosher Krieger has near you by the tick May Allah azza wa jal enable us to properly think him to properly remember him to properly worship Him to properly act in the moment in a way that's pleasing to Him with the nighttime and beneficial. And with that, you know, and 100 hour joined with my beloved brother, she thought her doctor thought had

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Wyatt who would have that some of you may have seen you know, he he taught us the giraffes to make and Ramadan and often teaches us how to make your and the etiquettes of deer and what types of deer and Zoloft as we're going through this every night at 830 Central Time 930 Eastern shift I have agreed to spare some time even though he's traveling to be with us and to talk to us about how to make your art in the moment. And he's going to be going over five drives in particular in sha Allah time that we can make but before that

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shift I had first of all my last pass I bless you and reward you for giving us time. Let's just start with how do I even have hope and Allah subhanaw taala in the moment you know that personal London Allah subhanaw taala like I'm making dua and then as I make your the death toll went from 1300 to 1500 children 3000 4000 civilians 5000 Civilians are making you're out and then I'm seeing that I'm making her out and then I'm seeing that how do we have hope as we make our drives and still find the

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the energy and the the him to still make your art right now in this moment? followship

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on the low Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah while early he was happy women who either a mother right first of all jack of all halen for having me Give me this opportunity to speak to our brothers and sisters throughout the world. be delighted to answer your question is is a very important question. And it says oh model the law of China and we used to say

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in the law, Camilo

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hum and the jab, I'm not worried about I don't carry any anxiety regarding the answer from Allah subhanaw taala. That's not my concern. We're in the no hermit do. The thing that concerns me is am I actually going to make dua

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And so you started off. And you mentioned the dua of Wilde or the law of China and called the DUA that the Prophet saw it was home taught my uncle, the love languages, alumni in the attic, Allah Who Indiana degree all helped me to remember you. And this is the proposal

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While he was helping them to optimize to make at the end of every slot, and making that do it, hopefully, hopefully will be that pathway to making more do I and calling upon loss of Hannah, who has had more.

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But to get directly to your point, which is, you know, how do we process all of this that's happening? And knowing that perhaps I am making God and I'm not seeing it being answered the way that I expect it to be answered. It really does take us to ponder over some of the eighth of the Quran. And one of those eyes is an eye that many of us frequently recite, maybe haven't internalized. You know exactly what Allah azza wa jal is telling us in this eye from those eyes statement of a loss for how to add a Huseby tomb and Ted the whole agenda. Well, that may at Tikal method on levena. Holloman Kubla Khan, my settlement that's out what that law was Zulu zero, had to

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call or pseudo Alladhina terminal now matter NASPO Allah, Allah in the national life party, and this ayah Allah azza wa jal is talking, first and foremost, to the companions of the prophet Isaiah so it was set in and then by extension to the Ummah act to them, did you take that you would enter agenda.

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In the example of those who preceded you has not yet come to you. The example that came to those people who preceded you has not yet come to you must settle one bet settle what

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they've been hit by hardship, and adversity, poverty and affliction and injury and even death they would test it with

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was on Zillow. And it shocked them.

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To what point to what extent that has shaped them had to call on my su until their messenger the messenger that was with them, well Latina M and Omar, and those believers who were with that messenger, they said, meta NASW, Allah, when will the help of Allah Subhana Allah.

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It's interesting, that they're not shaken at all about the help of Allah coming they know that Allah azza wa jal has helped is going to come, but it's delayed longer than they thought and we're talking about a messenger here we're talking about the believers that are with that messenger metastable Allah, when is the help of Allah gonna come? Allah azza wa jal says Allah in the nostril Allah he craves the help of ALLAH is near. It is important for us to understand

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that you look at the state of that Prophet, those believers that were with the Prophet,

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they would done of all material means they were broken at this point. There is nothing left for them to do.

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At that stage, where that state when they are at their final wits, they have nothing else, none of their own devices. That is when the help of Allah azza wa jal is the closest because that is when they are the closest to Allah subhana who would add it is at that point when everything else is is out of the way.

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And now they are truly depending upon Allah subhanho wa Taala the reliance is at the end of the spectrum, if you will, if you look at a spectrum of Tawakkol and they are truly depending upon Allah, Allah in the Nashville Louis credit, I look at the situation that our brothers and sisters are dealing with today and we ask Allah azza wa jal to be with them, to aid them, to make it easy upon them, to heal their wounded, and to have mercy on the dead and to accept them assure her that we look at this situation.

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Perhaps Allah azza wa jal is preparing them to be the leaders of something we don't know Allah. But when you think about those types of empty hairnet, those tests, the exams that people go through,

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it is a stage and it leads to something else. I think about it from if, and I know that this is a an example that's a little bit off but but it relates when people are hiring somebody,

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for a company, they're trying to bring in a CEO, they're trying to bring in the leader, somebody that's going to take this company, this organization into the future, you know, there's multiple candidates, all of them may seem eligible, all of them have beautiful resumes or whatever the situation may be. So they have to put them through a series of tests to see which one is actually fit to lead this organization instead of future. And it may be Allah azza wa jal, and we don't know. Maybe we don't know. But maybe Allah azza wa jal is testing some of our brothers

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Just as a snack because they are going to be the leaders of this home in the very near future, Allah azza wa jal knows best. But the point is, we should not ever give up hope. Never give up hope Allah in the nostril lie Kriti the hope, I mean the help and aid of Allah Subhana Allah is close. And this is very, very important for us as believers and Sheikh.

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If you don't mind, I want to just talk a little bit more about the part about having hope. And Allah Subhana Allah and how we should be thinking about the situation as a whole.

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You know, it is at times like BS when the believers are being tested, when lives are being lost, that Allah azza wa jal distinguishes between the believers and when FFP and the hypocrites and historically this is what has happened.

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And we're talking about those who when we talking about the believers, we're talking about those who have a good opinion about Allah azza wa jal, those who have good thoughts about Allah azza wa jal, and Allah describes the hypocrites, as people who have bad thoughts about Allah. They they don't have a good opinion about his justice, about his mercy about his wisdom. And so

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at the Battle of the hood when the believers

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faced some trials and adversities and some of the the Sahaba were killed while the Allahu Tida and home

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the hypocrites at that time. Allah azza wa jal described them as given knowing that we lay higher on Happy bundle Jamia, they have untrue thoughts about Allah Vigneto Jai Leah, thoughts that are of ignorance, thoughts of pre Islamic ignorance for that matter? And so Allah Subhana Allah is describing them this way. The believers have hustled line they have good thoughts about Allah, but the hypocrites throughout the Quran by the way, it's not just just an ally and one when Allah azza wa jal was talking about what happened at the Battle of God. He says that they have evil thoughts of analog untrue thoughts about Allah, vana JD, and then Allah azza wa jal talks about what is that

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thought your coluna low canon ReShade on Appleton down. They say if it was up to us, if we had something to do with it, if we had a say in the matter, we wouldn't have been killed here. And Allah azza wa jal response to them and tells the prophesy centum co Lo, coutume, feeble Utica, labellers, Edina cultiva de Kotori them obligee and say, if you have been in your homes, those who had it had been written for them, that they will be killed. That's what it found them even in their homes. That's what it found them regardless. And so, the difference between the way that a believer approaches all of these matters, and the way that somebody who's Emang is not as strong or or

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perhaps even has reached a level of hypocrisy is that those who believe in Allah subhanaw taala are always looking for hosting of done always looking to have good thoughts and good opinions about Allah subhanho wa Taala and that is what is going to lead them to call upon Allah azza wa jal last but not least, and I'm gonna say this inshallah and then any other questions that we may feel, they learn, but if we don't pay him or him a long time, he has a very important statement he says, out of the movie and the law, he said to me, the, that the greatest of sins in the sight of Allah azza wa jal is to have evil thoughts about him. It is the evil thoughts that is going to lead to one

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associating partners with Allah subhana wa Tada. It is evil thoughts about Allah azza wa jal that leads to stinginess in greed and cowardice and other vices as it been our best, while the yellow triangle that used to say

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exactly like a chef and I think Subhanallah one of the things that is really important to mention, you know, these people in Azusa look at the the way that they just naturally make the man it's it's really beautiful and inspiring and I think it's important for us to take a step back and appreciate that that type of Yaqeen that type of certainty is not generated overnight. That's years and years and years of praying budget every day and Gemma that's years and years and years of learning solver and understanding elite that dunya dunya and if you're living it right, the the construction of this dunya and the expanse of this dunya and the hereafter by connecting to Allah subhanaw taala and so

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there's a natural beauty like you don't you don't feel like it's forced when they're saying 109 100 Allah to I cannot Allah you don't feel it and these are simple phrases, but they're extremely heavy in those moments and that is directly grounded in their hope and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada when they are saying and hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah

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Look at the end of the day, when we're passing away the hope that Allah azza wa jal gives us these firmness to be able to say La ilaha illa. Allah is our last words. Every Muslim knows the term, Allah, Allah, Allah. But how many Muslims will be able to say La Ilaha illa Allah, at the time of death may lost parents and make us all amongst them alone. I mean, that can utter those words as their last words at the time of death. So it's not even the the words themselves being in any way, lengthy or, you know, exclusive in their nature that only a few, you know, highly literate Muslims know them, it is the F card that we say, on a daily basis. What does it mean to say La ilaha

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illAllah? In that time? What does it mean to say, Allahu Akbar in that time? What does it mean to say, Subhan? Allah in that time? What does it mean to say it hamdulillah when you don't even have water, food, fuel or electricity, while the airstrikes are falling upon you, you know, to say, and Hamdulillah. So I think that there's something deeply profound that all of that is grounded in there has never been in Allah subhana totality. And we have to take from that husband and one that they haven't lost paths. And that doesn't mean that they don't get tired that, you know, zero, like they're being shook in every direction. But I think that it does mean that there's a lesson, I

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think, to be gleaned from that in particular. So chef, I think,

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next question, I'll sort of jump into

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the etiquettes of DERA that people should observe. You know, we know that the prophets like Selim, for example, did connote in all five prayers for a month after a bit of my own on how the Hadith to Roger. So, how should should people be doing connote in all five prayers? And if so, is there a particular direction they should learn to make an all five prayers?

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What are some of the etiquettes of there, there should be made in these extraordinary times right now? I've hunted less so to answer your question directly, and Shalonda will talk about some of the etiquettes. As for what the Prophet sallallaahu it was Saddam was saying in his keynote, then we don't have exact narrations that spell out exactly what he was saying in the community. Naza other than

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the narrations mentioned, so to my knowledge, that those narrations mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was making dua against against the enemy. As for exactly what he was saying that Allah Subhana Allah knows best I'm not aware of those narrations spelling that out. There are other times when the prophet Isaiah so I will sit in did come into contact with some of the enemy forces and there was a specific guy that he will make a we'll postpone that for a minute and shallow time.

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In terms of some of the other etiquettes let me just say first, because a lot of people they come and they say, You know what, what do I should I be making?

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And subhanAllah the DUA that comes from your heart. That do AI is the one that you should make before we worry about formulas. Worry about where it's coming from. So if it comes from your heart, and it comes off of your tongue, then it'd be ignited to add that is a good dua. The prophet Isaiah saw it that was Sudan taught this oma in the hola hola Yakubu and men have been our feeling leg. Allah azza wa jal does not accept the DUA that comes from a inattentive heart. If that if that heart is not attentive, if it's distracted, then that is not a die that is accepted by loss of habitat is not this is not the way you want to be making glad. And sometimes people memorize formulas, or they

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memorize do is from the Quran, or from the Sunnah of the Prophet Isaiah so like to sit in, but they don't actually know what those guys means. So they just they know the words. That is not the best way to make the lie. The best way to make the lie is the lie that comes from your heart. Now, if you are able to memorize do is from the Quran lies from the Sunnah of the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was Senate. And you also know what they mean that this is obviously and you say them from your heart, and this is obviously best, but let me just reiterate this panela you don't have to wait to memorize any special do eyes, whatever comes to your heart that is expressing asking Allah azza wa jal to

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help those people to help our people to help our brothers and sisters, to protect them against those who are trying to hurt and destroy them. And extort

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rename them, then that do is a good doer. The another thing that

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you know is from the etiquettes of dua, is that a person make will do before making dua. So to be in will do to be in ritual purity while making dua is from the Sunnah of the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam, something that is highly encouraged for people to do. Likewise facing the Qibla when making GLAD is encouraged. Now imagine a person can make that when they're not in ritual purity person can make that not facing the Qibla. But this is from the etiquettes of Da also to raise the hands and

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the way that even our best for the long time and human described to do if the prophet Isaiah select was Sudan in general, was that he would

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put the hands like this almost as if he was cutting them almost as if something was coming out of the sky and you're trying to catch it. So I don't know if this is picking up on the camera on that. Like, but like it cupping like this, and almost like shoulder length. Okay, so so this is this is the way that if not best for the allot of time and haven't described the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would hold his hands making glass. And that's under circumstances where that's possible. Because as many of you may know, one of the best places to make dua

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or the best situations, if you will, is when your institute.

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So I think that this is an opportunity Subhanallah I don't want to digress too much. But when things are going tough when when they went there difficulties that the OMA is facing, we should actually be trying to increase in our obedience to Allah subhana wa Tada, we should be in trying to trying to increase in our worship of Allah subhanho wa taala. So perhaps you didn't use the price a lot to Doha, for example. Well, use this as an opportunity to pray to hat and make your sujood longer, make your suju longer and just make dua for your brothers and sisters and fell asleep. Make dua for the OMA as a whole, but make make your suju longer this is something that you can that you can do or in

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your nawada for example, you soon as before and after the the obligatory prayers. So extending that sudo because making dua and sudo, the prophet Isaiah saw it was Samsung, this is when you are when you are the closest to Allah for coming on and usage. And it's more likely that a person's do is going to be accepted at that time. Similarly, before the test sleep, so before you send them out of slots, I like Mark Lawson I'm gonna make Mark law.

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Right before that, that is a very good place to meet you is this where the profit is aligns with Sam tool, some of his companions to make a lot of dua, in one of the reasons why Sheikh Ahmad and this goes back to the etiquettes from the etiquettes of blindness to start with the praise of Allah subhanho wa Taala and follow that with the salah and the salam upon the Prophet salallahu Salam so we're gonna go a Prophet sallahu wa salam entered upon a man who was making dua and the prophet Isaiah said, like to sit and said to his companions, I'm gonna have a statue. As for this one, he was hasty. He just started saying oh Allah give me this all I'll give me that. And he said that if

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he would have started with the,

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with the praise of Allah habitat, and then a salon and A salaam upon the Prophet Isaiah, so it was Sudan that this is more likely for his desire to be accepted that this is from the etiquettes of do I now. Take that back to Salah when you're in the last sitting of your salon, you start with a to hear to be that Salawat to apply eBay, praise of allies. And then along with somebody, I don't know how midwife to any Mohamed Kemosabe today, but I am so now you're sending this a lot. And then a Salam upon the Prophet Isaiah so like to say that all of this happens before the testimony. So this praise of Allah, Salam Salam upon the Prophet it assigned to Sam and then you can make any guy you

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want while you're in the sitting position. So this is also another opportunity to extend that city and make dua for your brothers and sisters in Islam. Similarly, and this is something that maybe any I'm going to encourage myself and everybody who has the opportunity to make dua between that event and the common. So instead of

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going to the masjid, at the normal time that you would go, go five minutes earlier, go six minutes earlier, pray to or ICAPs before the actual fights a lot and extend the prayer. Extend the dua for your brothers and sisters in sujood which is also

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between the event and the economy, so looking for those times when it's more likely for you to add to be accepted, and obviously, the last third of the night as one of those times is our profit ideas a lot that was an informed us and encouraged us.

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I'm sure does I can look out for that. I think a question that I'm seeing it already in the chat and I know that it's a it's a major question. People want to make a sincere there.

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When can they make their art in their own language in those times that you mentioned, versus the times that it has to be an Arabic so fuddled, Salah nephritis Allah sujood the end of Salah Witter connote

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that's a that's a question that comes up frequently and love if you can enlighten us on some of the differences of opinion and how people should maybe navigate that

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claim 100, let, so I don't want to go too much into the difference of opinion, what I would say is that any guy that is going to be out loud.

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So for example, and the collude, then that should stay in the Arabic language for those who have the ability to do so. And that's, it's interesting that many of the contemporary scholars because of the spread of Islam to so many lands, where people are not learning and speaking to Arabic language, and they have been asked this question, in fact, the one time that I got to ask Sheikh with me or him alongside a question, maybe in 1998, I believe when he was in Medina, or him a whole lot. I actually asked him this question, because it was a question that came from the States. And as the sheikh Rahmatullah it, is it permissible to make dua in English in the English language in sujood, in the

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Salah, and he said, well, obviously near, and he said, even if you do it in Chinese, and in other words, it's fine to make the art in any language while you're in your salon, even in sujood, however, like I said, with keynotes, in those two hours, there's going to be out loud, which is different than the drive that you're going to do and you're scheduled. And before you do the test leave, that one is preferable to keep that in the Arabic language, and especially if you are in Gemini. So this takes us back to the question. I forgot the answer that you asked, which was about the NASA and should we be doing Clinton NASA, there is no doubt about that. This is a NASA that this

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is a so what do we mean by a nasbla? Well, it's often translated as a contemporary issue, but let's just call it a contemporary difficulty, a hardship that the OMA is dealing with. And so it is the lightside legislated to make the nasbla and you can do it in all five Salawat. Obviously, if the Imam is leading the saliva people behind them, again, we would choose somebody who can do that in the Arabic language within that time, because and I'm just just to take it a step further, there are some of the element of Islam. And from what I remember the Malkia Rahim Allah, Allah are particularly strict on this issue of not making dua in other than the Arabic language. And so when

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it's done out loud, stay away from using other than Arabic.

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So between the father and an awful, it's okay, doesn't matter if they're sujood our brothers and sisters can can use any language, correct? That is the opinion that I hold to be correct. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best or can lafay Come in.

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That's panel. I think that that, that comes of ease to a lot of people, because many people want to make your art sincerely from their heart. And they're just not, they're not there yet when it comes to the Arabic language and being able to, to do some photos.

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I just want to go back to this point, how Allah

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Allah azza wa jal, and

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his crew created us from various nations and tribes and peoples. And not everybody is going to learn the Arabic language. Yes, there's a portion that we have to learn in order for us a lot to recite. Anyway. So that's a Fatiha other source from the Quran. And that's never going to change with nighttime. But the reality is, as I mentioned before, calling upon Allah subhanaw taala, sincerely, from your heart may require even learners of the Arabic language to sometimes not say it in Arabic, because it doesn't come easy in Arabic and it's not something that that they can figure out how to say in Arabic because from the heart Subhanallah and would that be in a case if that comes out in

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sudo? This will be it

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shows how Allah before I kind of asked you about the specific Drass man when you're watching the drought of the old illiterate women in the desert, some of them actually can't read and write right and they're there us even from an Arabic perspective, they're not fully right there. It's philosophy.

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The countryside

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Palestinian very specific

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Gaza dialect and they are so beautiful. I mean, I'm listening to it and I'm shook. And I'm like, I can't imagine what that have to do with that old woman's daughter is doing to the heavens right now. Subhanallah it's you because you can you can see it. I mean, what do you say about an 85 year old woman that buried all of her children and grandchildren and has absolutely no person with her that's on a sidewalk and says, I'm not leaving here and just says, you know, in the most in the most

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you know, pure way, you know, that Oh, Allah, you know, give me patients give me victory over these people. I'm not going anywhere. You know, Europe is a Bitney bus. It's like, you know, they're saying stuff like that. So just pure. And it's not colloquial Arabic. It's not

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it's not scripted, but Subhanallah you see it and it is it's deeply moving and deeply inspiring and may Allah subhanaw taala bless them again they're giving us an example in their in their very being

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you know, the way that they're carrying themselves in these moments. So share with that and Charlotte and I'm going to ask you to share with us five dots

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that you could be making right now for Philistine What are five years and I'll preface that part with saying that you know, one of the beauties I think of the Sunnah of the Prophet sign salaam, the derives from the Sunnah of the Prophet size on the specific ones is that sometimes actually gives us something to say when we don't know what to say, because sometimes, you know, you're just, you're tongue tied, not because you don't know you're not you're not attentive with your heart, but because you just don't know the right words and you find that the Sunnah has the perfect words Subhanallah and, and then even more perfect reward, right? It's sort of like Lolita Villa hero Bellabeat Islam

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Idina will be Mohammed and Salallahu, salam, and Obeah. Like, what a beautiful expression, a lot of momentous will have even Edmonton Obeah hadn't been highlighted these like, these are words that are so perfect in their expression, and the reward is even, is even greater. So what are five drives that we can learn from the Quran, from the Sunnah from the self, from our pious predecessors,

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to maybe help us in Shell Latina, and then we can springboard into our own personal dramas for our brothers and sisters and photos and tennis says, I really liked the way you preface that. Because sometimes we don't know what to say, you know. And

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I was going to recall a personal incident, but I'll leave that and show an alternate something we can talk about later. But

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so the first two I'm sure if you already said it, so now you gotta recall.

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Yeah, no pressure. Listen, I remember some years ago, we were on our foot. And

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you know, and I think I think we had an you know, an experience where, you know, think about it, you know, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was making dua from from after the hook. I mean, you know, combined Dora and Nasir all the way up until mothership so you're talking, you know, six hours or thereabout, right? It's like, how do you make do after six hours that I remember, I remember something that was, you know, advice that was given to our group and

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ask Allah just tell Allah you don't know what to say, Help me Help me say it, you know, you could just see the difference that that little advice be, you know, asking Allah to help you say what needs to be said, you know, like, even that even at like, I don't know what to say. But help me say it, you know, because you know, what you're feeling in your heart right.

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So, that was the the and personal version of that personal story.

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So the first diamond Shala is from the Quran

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and it is a dua for perseverance for firmness, for victory, and for death, a pious man

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and, and so we're going to, I'll mention inshallah and Sheikh please after I mentioned these two eyes and just a brief explanation, I would like you to jump in on each one

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just to share whatever thoughts allies or any allows you to come up with.

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So the first dua that will mention is found the source of Bukhara

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it is Robina

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afraid Elena Sablon Okay, so this is how to do it comes in sort of a bucket right now, but if you're running a supplement with a bit academica also net I'll call them carefully. So it's, it's Oh ALLAH

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pour upon us solid

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and make our feet firm and grant us victory over the disbelieving people. Now

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you're going to change that because you're not making the dua for yourself. Right? And so instead of dropping the F reader I Lena Sivan, you're gonna say, not burn out or Allahumma if you like, if I lay him sort of Allina instead of upon us I lay him someone with that bit of like them at home. One sort of home I didn't call me carefully right. So you just changing the net which is

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us to home which is them. Interestingly enough, and he it is it is not and he has many of the scholars have a stamp mission isn't life Hadith about this? It is not from the sunnah to ask Allah for supper initially, but only after the calamity has befallen. is at that point, you're asking Allah azza wa jal for summer for perseverance. This this dua, Robinette F, freelancing and Savannah also comes and sort of an out off when Funeral Home is telling

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the sorcerer's who at this point now believed in Musa and had accepted Islam like immediately right panela and then he's now threatening them with crucifixion imminent death imminent death at that point they set up in an effort on a sub on what telephone embassy me

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poor upon us, your your suburb or poor pawn a suburb and allow us to die as Muslims. And so Subhanallah you know, when you see a situation where death looks imminent,

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upon some people, and you want to make life for them not gonna fit himself on whatever films they need, and that dying upon is slim use of IDs and I made that same guy.

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So often he muslimin well, how can he be sorry, he calls me to die as a muslim and allow me to join the company of the righteous and we hear in every sort of July just about anyone that Imam is saying, to hijack your Lilina on top of law hacker to quality will lead to and will tune in and tune the morning don't die except in the state of Islam. So if you want to I mean this is actually two different guys but we can look at it as as one in the sense of giving them Sabha and this is important, they are going to need to persevere those from amongst them that are directly facing some kind of enemy force and also

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just the rebuilding their lives after this calamity is lifted from going to be in the nighttime. So again,

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I've been to Africa lining him savara With habitat for them. One sort of an uncommon caffine that is that your ad is the first directional Zack so again, so Rob done a free rally and Sadara with some bit Akadama home once automatic calming caffeine. So Oh ALLAH and again people can say this in English and Charlottetown as well right so Oh ALLAH pour upon them patients and make their feet firm and grant them victory over a disbelieving people Tala chef, one of the things about that, this idea, and you actually

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you actually did allude to this which is really important. You know, the Hadith of the you've asked Allah for Allah, but ask Allah for Allah Afia Instead, ask Allah to be spared. So before a calamity strikes, you ask a lot to be spared. After the calamity strikes, you ask Allah for solving correctly ask Allah for patients. And in this regard, I think what's what's really beautiful, what stands out to me about this particular idea,

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when Allah mentions some bit awkward Domina make the feet firm, the scholars of Tafseer had mentioned that that is through the tranquility of the heart. So I think about you know, like a malfunctioning exterior. If the battery is off, or if the you know, the engine is not proper, then the exterior starts to move funny.

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And, you know, I think the scholars of Tafseer speak about it in that way that if Allah azza wa jal solidifies the heart puts the tranquility makes the heart multiply and gives it that tranquility than the feet naturally become firm. Then a person becomes steadfast as a result. So it's like the subject is being poured upon you. It's on the outside, it's being descended upon you. And then the heart is being made firm and tranquil. I also think of the Hadith of the prophets lie somewhere he mentioned

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Mr. McComb that no group of people gather in the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala except that the angels surround them that tranquility descends upon them, that Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions them with those that are with him. So the idea of Sakina comes down upon themselves like the angels surround them and then a Sakina the tranquility comes into,

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you know, into them.

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And so I think that there's a common theme there that we find from the Quran and from the Sunnah of the Prophet slice out of them that Allah azza wa jal surrounds and then penetrates if we make properly in that regard, whilst on second location. So the second dua is one that I don't know that many people may even be thinking about, for the people of Palestine.

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But it's, it's interesting, because it's the do that and it's hardly alone, China, I know who said that the Prophet Solara they were sort of used to make the most and he would make this dua in his suju and it is the she out of till off.

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Right. And that is, we would normally make this dua for ourselves right? Up into attina epic dunya has an awful echo but he hasn't been either No, but we should be making that dua for our brothers and sisters in the span of an Atty. Him dunya hasna. at him for dunya Hassan will lie will lie Sheikh Omar already mentioned and even the difficulties that they are going through if Allah azza wa jal puts the tranquillity in their heart.

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And there are other people who have easy lives but but no tranquillity in their heart, who has hasna in this dunya and that sense Had Allah so even though even though you may look at it from the outside, and may not be able to fully fathom fathom, what's going on, make dua that Allah give them good in this life, because will lie What Allah chooses for them in terms of good. And in that whole comprehensive term of what is Hi, Robin ATeam dunya hashanah what is Hassan? That is much better than anything that we could conjure up from our own minds. So look at him for dunya Hasina will feel as if it hasn't been working him either, but not all, I'll give them the good of this slide. And the

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good of the next slide, save them from the punishment of the fire. That's the second DUA and that dua is so comprehensive, it will take I mean, a very long time to explain. But one of the things that's interesting is that there was a man who went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he said to him, and he was you know, then dynatech would then then attend why. And I don't know how to hum like you and Vlad know how to hum sometimes if you maybe even sometimes when you sit next to somebody they end up doing thinking and saying some how long, how long. It might just sound like they're like they humming right? And so this is what then Dennis? So the man says to the prophet

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Isaiah so I was saying, I don't know how to hum like you and ye know how to hum Yanni you guys mashallah you make a lot of dough. I don't know how to do that. But I asked a lot. I asked a lot for Jen, and I seek refuge with him from the fight. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him hold a handle, then this is what my mother and I are humming about. So we have a lot of lies until gives them genuine things in front of punishment of the fire. The person who faced the most difficult life, the person who had it worst, the most impoverished, the one who faced all types of difficulties in this life, the one who had the worst.

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The problem is a lot to say much mentioned that will be deducted agenda one time.

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And it will it will be set to him. How about a Tibet son? Did you ever have any problems? It's not I don't. I don't remember. I didn't have anything. I never. I never faced any problems. Just one did. You know Subhanallah a couple months ago, I was with a brother at a dinner table.

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they were there was six of us. And his brother had just done 48 years in prison. And he thought that he was never coming home. Right? He didn't expect to ever get out of prison. And so at this point, he was in his he's now in his early 70s. And like I said, this was a couple months ago. And we were sitting at that dinner table he had he had been out for five or six days. And he was enjoying the Brotherhood so much. Enjoying the good food. He says Subhanallah you know, he said I've only been out for five days but I don't feel like I served anytime.

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So I don't even feel like I was in prison 48 years of his life, and just that experience of that, who or that brotherhood and, you know, having some good food and, and he he said, I didn't feel like I was I was ever in prison, I immediately thought of that hadith about being different gender Subhanallah and so,

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we have to realize that the difficulties that we face in this life and people are going to face different levels of difficulty, but be in the lead, if they get gender and they saved from the fire, then they are truly successful.

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Monza has he has Han and now what are the hidden Jana cardiovasc whoever is distance from the fire, incidents agenda, that person has succeeded.

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Not only is the most comprehensive drop, but like it reminds me of the incident where the young man was making dua, Oh Allah, whatever it is, that you were going to punish me within the hereafter than hasten it for me in this dunya and the prophets lie some said Subhan Allah Allah Tilty equal you would not be able to handle that. Instead say I'm gonna allow more I'm gonna attina for dunya has nothing after that there has never been enough.

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And I think that's like a lot of people watch what's happening to the people when they think this is unbearable. But Allah azza wa jal does not give anyone the unbearable and one dip and Jana bitten the night and and all of it is forgotten. So I think it's just such an incredible it's comprehensive, and it's so fitting right now because people are like, how much more how much more right? How much more can can these people possibly suffer? And and how many different ways can they suffer? And it's it's just a profound thought that bitten in it to add that every single one of those children in the plaza with a dip in Jannah will forget the suffocation of this world and the

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cruelty that was shown to them. So we have our benefit of adding him sovereign wealth habit Akadama home on solar home and uncommon caffeine, we have Robina RTMC, Jr, Hassan Marfil, AF Irati, Hassan wa T him or they will now share what is your third draft. So those are the two drafts from the Quran. We're going to ask the Sunnah of the Prophet I didn't select to Sudan as well. And so the next two are the third two hours the first from the Sunnah of the Prophet Isaiah select to sit in is taken from the DUA that the prophets of Elijah was telling will make every morning and every evening according to him and our multiple the Allahu Tyner animal and part of that die so we're going to

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take part of that Dr. olam is still hold it him while I am in row it him Why follow the home and being the ADM woman hugging him when a man in mind she mad at him. Woman for Kim. So we could say more but I think we can we can stick to that. So this is the promise I said I'm gonna make this drive for himself. We're just changing it so that it is a drive for them. So Allahumma store, I would it him Oh ALLAH conceal. There I will write, I will write the things that you that it could be translated as false. But it's things that you that you don't want others to see.

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It's your Allah. It's things that should be covered, concealed and protected And subhanAllah this is this is deep because there are other meanings that other implications that this may have for the Muslims as a whole right that those things, even the holes that we may have things that we want to be concealed, that they remain concealed. Allama stood out at him. What am mean roll it him and make secure make them feel secure from those things that would normally scare them, whatever in roll it him

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what followed home and protect them when benei ad him warming huffy him when a many him why she mad at him and protect them from in front of them and from behind them and from the right sides and the left sides woman foci him and from above them and you can add when I will do belay and you'll tear loom and talk to him and we also seek refuge with a law that they will be swallowed from beneath them.

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This has now

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slowly inshallah and I think the team will write it, put it in the chat and Shawn then we'll compile it. Michelle, what you said. You said you you're going to repeat it slowly che no no if you if you can repeat it first. Okay, so you want to say hola Huma

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was told so and when you put it together you say Hola, Mr.

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I'll write him.

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What am mean row wise?

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To him alright so that part there is you're asking for sitter Oh ALLAH conceal cover their faults

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cover what may bring them shame

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whatever mean roll it him

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I mean is to bring security to make them feel secure role ality him or those things that would normally scared them so keep them secure keep them safe from those things that would normally scare

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Why follow the home and protect them maybe they need a D him from in front of them woman healthy him in from behind them when a man he him there right sides

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well I'm sure mad at him and the left sides one main focal him in from above them to cannula

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No no that's it that's it that's good alive actually come to that come on oh hold on so long strati him well I'm an All righty him I felt at home than being a V him woman how to free him on a money Mancina at him woman Philippi him May Allah azza wa jal protect them from every direction And subhanAllah it's it's amazing because from earth goddess Allahu messiahs from the morning and evening remembrances that we make for ourselves, but how many of us even feel threatened from in front of us and behind us and right and left and above us and under us. And our people in Gaza are literally facing hostility from an insight from human beings from every one of those directions

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along that I mean, exactly.

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So your fourth your shift now, the fourth is also from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the Hadith, even me alpha, when the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam actually was

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about to face the enemy and the prophesy. Salam. And many of you may know this hadith, we selected him in northern Colorado, don't wish to meet your enemy, right? But if you do, if you do, then be patient and to the end of the Hadith and what the prophets Allah it was something to do, that he made at that time. It has two different versions that I'm aware of embody and Muslim. I combined those versions and shallow Tana

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just so that we would have a comprehensive to add from the prophets of Allah holiday was salam here. So what he says a lot it was southern was a llama musi like kita. Surya, and he said, Well Movidius had, where has he been a hazard? Is he him was in xinda home. One so nadie him. This was the dua of the Prophet SAW Allah audio so it comes from party and Muslim and all of these.

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l file. The exact wording is from both Bukhari and Muslim. So the prophets of Allah and it was Ahimsa, Allah mozzie Lakita. O Allah, one who has sent down the book the revealer, of that holy book, Surya, Allah, He said, The one who is quick, and reckoning quick to take to account

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swift at reckoning SubhanaHu wa Tayana will Majidi us ahead the disperser of the clouds, what has email has said that the feeder of the zap the ZAP at the time of the prophesy summon was was talking about those what they call the Confederates, right, those different tribes along with some other people. Well, I'm not going to mention right now who came together to fight against the prophets Elijah was on them, some of them being treacherous and breaking the treaty with the prophet Isaiah so it was Senate. So so we can use that same language because they have people coming together to

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hurt our brothers and sisters and to exterminate them. Allah I'm Stein We ask Allah azza wa jal and you'll look decadal that Allah azza wa jal prevents there.

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They're treachery and prevents the plot from becoming a reality.

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So he says Majid has to have what has him Eliza, the one who causes the dispersion of the clouds and the one who defeated or the defeater of the Confederates he that he says a lot it was so easy him and it defeat them.

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Awesome Pamela.

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Looks like we

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we lost the chef.

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Temporarily ciabatta Hill, come back

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with Nila.

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So what the chef was mentioning

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Subhan Allah one of the things about this powerful do Munzee to Kitab

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Allah azza wa jal sat down the book and he is a Surya and hisab. He is swift to hold us to account as a result of that. And then Madrid he is the hub Allah azza wa jal you know, obviously gatherers. And then Allah subhanaw taala is housing when his allies are, defeats the Confederates defeats the different tribes, the different armies that come together to hurt us. One of the things that I reflect on with that there is that the first two are connected and the second two are connected. So, once either Kitab and Sargon he's out Allah azza wa jal reveals the book and then he holds you accountable. Alas, parents either gathers and then Allah azza wa jal defeats so Allah azza wa jal

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collects and Allah subhanaw taala destroys so it shows Allah azza wa jal has complete power to give and to take and I think this is a very common way in which we are taught about Allah Subhana Allah to Allah put a llama mannequin with Tim would come into sharp right what tends your unwelcome and women Tasha? What to the lumen Tisha with resume and Tisha right? So Allah subhanaw taala gives them a lot as a result withholds Allah gathers and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada causes to dissipate Shekinah your back and handle and

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the last part is is he him

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Subhan Allah

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paler chama

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so inshallah Tada

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I hope that chef will be back we're obviously having connection issues personal chef

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maybe this is the one where they watching

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is the him was that Zillow home

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right that was a lie there was some of them says defeat them shake them right and give us victory upon them and I would you know I would leave that like that because this is us right this is us

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seems like less the one

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checks internet is

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going in and out

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five and Hamdulillah I think

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when Allah subhanaw taala mentions

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you know or when the prophets lie some in this regard mentioned to us ZIL whom right to shake them is him was ZIL home

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this is actually very powerful because when you think about what they take away from us and the harm that we feel in these moments Subhanallah Atlanta for Jana our that are in paradise, you're dead or in hellfire. So last points I mentioned the believers that came before um Hasulam and Tetsuro Jana, Willa, my article method realtyna Holloman public comma settlement that's out what the right was zero, that they were shaking that they faced deep trials but their trials were different and their outcome is different. So when we are tested the outcome is reward in the 90 to honor because we are believers when they are punished the outcome is only further punishment

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so Schiff

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we got to make dua for your internet right now to so that the internet actually the camera got hacked but okay. It was it was feeling it.

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The last one that we'll mention is

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a very, very important guy from one of the great scholars of his slam the tabby say them and Jubeir Rahim Allah Jota either from the great students of even our best are the longtime and who met inside them and your beard died in the year 95 after the hit of the prophet Isaiah selecto Senate and this do i do i We should make for ourselves and also make for our brothers and sisters in hosting. And the DUA that he used to me was a llama in the Ahsoka slip katoa Kalyani has not been the week. Allah I asked you for true reliance upon you.

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And for good thoughts about you. All of us will have good thoughts unless we have a good opinion about you. And so the way that we can make that do for our brothers and sisters is a lot of models Zopo home right Aloma zoek home

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set cut Tawakoni it has not been the be all our grant them

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true reliance upon you and good thoughts about you and we all need that at this time.

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You know, Alonzo John

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says in the Hadith and could see in the lung the ibdv. Right? I am as my servant expects of me, I am to him what he thinks about me. And subhanAllah you know, Sheikh Omar, you mentioned about,

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you know, the Harlan Philistine and they're there they're just making dua they're saying humbly Lenin's, it doesn't feel forced it like they're really saying it humbly let. And I'm also witnessing, you know, from friends and colleagues on that side, similar responses and you just saying Subhan Allah, Allah azza wa jal is really blessing them because it's coming off their tongue very easily, like you said, it's not forced. And that's because they have a good opinion about a loss path that, you know, many of us may go through this vicarious suffering, right, and that's real. I'm not making light of that. But sometimes, we make ourselves suffer even worse than the

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people who are actually going through what we are looking at, and what we are suffering from vicariously, but their experience is very different than ours. And they are truly, you know, close to a loss of hands on it and having very good thoughts about Allah azza wa jal, and having that personal life. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam also told us that you will tend to have low usage, you're a single Biller, and one that not one of you die, right, except that he has good thoughts about Allah subhanho attack, and that command not to die.

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Except that A, B or C is actually a command to live that way. Because we don't know when we're going to die. So it's as if the prophesy Sonam is saying, always have this, like, always have these good thoughts about Allah azza wa jal. And so it is through those good thoughts that we have, you know, that we put our trust upon Allah subhanaw taala, that we that we rely upon him Subhana wa tine and put our trust in Him. And so asking the Lord for that is very important for us like for our own selves, as we witness what is happening, and also that we ask Allah azza wa jal to grant them true reliance upon him and good thoughts about him. There's

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a lot more to come, sit katoa cool. Java kuliah Alec, has not been nubikk or LA Grantham true

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trust or reliance upon you. And a good opinion of you. Sheikh if I could ask you if your camera will allow Can you can you just match can you read all five of those jobs in sha Allah to Allah just in one sequence, if you don't mind and that way people can

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show up as soon so the first of them is

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not been at every rally am sobre with a bit after them or whom one Sakuma and uncommon carefully

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the second is open at him for dunya hacer una will fill air here what he has an okay him either but not.

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The third

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is Allah who has stood out to him. What mineral anti him why Father woman being the ADM woman hugging him when he many Monisha mad at him, woman forgive him. The fourth of those two eyes is not one that I actually memorized. So once you read it a lot more than zero if he taps it again he said well, but Julius had what has he said Is he him was until home one so now I need him. And the last of those two eyes is La Marzocco SIPCOT Tawakkol clear and equal has nothing to be

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lower than a picture long I mean, so in Sharla Tiana for those of you that are tuning in, and we're going to share a few more reflections take some questions inshallah.

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So we'll put out a blog post tomorrow in Charlottetown bookings website with these five errors and so on their translations also if you're not signed up to the email list if whoever's managing moderating right now the opinions handle just please put in how to register sign up to the email list inshallah Tana then

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you know, Inshallah, you can always have these, these things sent to you. But in the night shift I had his camera just decided to tap out again.

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And in Charlottesville with that, you know, just want to share a few final thoughts with the notes. If we shift out or come back in, we'll get to some of the questions in Charlottetown as well that some of you are sending in. Look, now is a time where we need to teach ourselves how to make your art and we need to teach our families how to make their art and teach our communities how to make your art.

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If this is the catalyst for you to start making more

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than let it be, if this is the way that you get emotional right now. And key side of binning, the law as we learn from the other of our prophets is on the manners in which he used to make them out and of the righteous predecessors

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To be broken in front of Allah subhanaw taala then let it be beaten and Anita Anna. So this is a time if this is the catalyst and let it be teacher, kids, you know, just if you have your family and you just sit and you make your act together, hey, let's do this, you know, however many times or whatever day or whatever night not to single out a particular day or night, but just to say let's let's make dinner together for our brothers and sisters in Gaza, but let this be your catalyst and shot let's let this be our catalyst to have that, that turning back to Allah subhanaw taala that we need to have in the meantime, and inshallah to Allah. With that, we will get to some of the

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questions. Chef, if you don't mind, I'll take the first question because it's directed towards me in particular. And then I'll probably ask you some of these questions, but feel free to to weigh in on this as well. There's a question that's towards me about global day of fasting, is it permissible to do a global day of fasting?

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You know, or is this bedarra So during the global day of fasting for Philistine is it still wrong? So I'll take a step back and Charlotte's on and it showed up a few times there and I'll just say first and foremost no energy right now to fight the Muslims or fight people online so please don't fight each other and shall over these things within the night either we clarify and we

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we try to do what's best in the nighttime. So, when it comes to fasting,

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there is no such thing as fasting for Palestine or pm for Philistine right are these are reading Quran for Philistine?

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The only thing that would be in sha Allah and I think good is for us to revive the Sunnah these days of fasting Mondays and Thursdays at sometimes and of course the do out of a fasting person is accepted in sha Allah Tana And so a person can make your in the time before Mother's job

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and they can make it there. There's also a question here about Amara for Philistine. So we should encourage the Sunnah in general, you fast for ALLAH SubhanA wa, tada, Mondays and Thursdays. But there is no fasting for Palestine. I'll just mention this because I think it actually shows the pure heartedness there is a Muslim moms group that actually started will do fasting for Philistine and they had reached out and to someone from

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you know, from from my team and asked to share it on a story. And when I saw that the way that it could be misunderstood or the MIS framing of it, it was taken down and then we had a conversation. You know, some sisters that wanted to do something good. And the encouragement should be fast for Allah Subhana Allah to Allah Mondays Thursdays, the three days of the week, the three days of the month, sorry and make dua to Allah subhanaw taala at that time, as you should at any time and shall not 2pm pm should be for Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna so it wouldn't be pm for Palestine. But if there are times in sha Allah to Allah things that encourage us to wake up and pray in the end of the

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night, then obviously that is a blessed time to make dua to Allah subhanaw taala in camelid, likewise, sending Salawat on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam doing vicar making aamra All of these affairs of worship than they should be done in accordance with the Sunnah of the Prophet so I said and there is no such thing as a solidarity, fastest solitary prayer, or whatever it is, it's simply prayer and fasting and we should encourage ourselves to be the best that we can and to also make that inshallah Tiana

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you know, for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and in a way inshallah Tada that uplifts our brothers and sisters in Philistine. So, Amara for Palestine, you do on Rotten Charlotte's Hana and when you do Amara make dua for your brothers and sisters so you wouldn't dedicate your Amara to your brothers and sisters in Palestine you would make on Rotten Charlotte's either for yourself or whoever you're doing it on behalf of and then make dua for your brothers and sisters in tawaf, inshallah Tana And again just please be patient with your brothers and sisters and Shaw lots of data people are trying to do the right thing in sha Allah time. So if you see something

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where, you know, I was I was doing cultiva yesterday and message volunteer put out an announcement said twice the reward for praying behind Sheikh homosalate man and for standing in solidarity with your brothers and sisters and fellow steam. I guarantee you that that volunteered nor myself believe that praying behind me gives you twice the reward. It was obviously a good intention just to say pray Juma and inshallah to Allah also do something for your brothers and sisters in Palestine. So this is, I think, an important time for us to

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obviously insist on as many about death as possible as many of the acts of worship as possible from

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Listen and then in that process make the art for our brothers and sisters in Palestine so again fast Mondays and Thursdays if you can inshallah Tiana and make your art for your brothers and sisters in Palestine it's a sunnah to fast those days and then make that obviously for your brothers and sisters in philosophy and and other places pray to hundreds if you can and shallots our priests a little boy how like shift I have said let that let that be a catalyst inshallah Tada in which you can really push yourself to make your own shall mozzarella. And we ask Allah azza wa jal to guide us to that which is which is beneficial and Shama chef, do you want to share anything on that?

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No. Does that lock him on? I think yesterday very well. So hello, my

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Can you go into Oh, can you go into so? This is an interesting question. Can you go into sujood without prayer for the sake of your art? So you mentioned making your art facing the cupola making Waldo and then facing the cupola making your art So can someone go into sujood

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and have them hazard in fertile Bertie

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actually discusses this issue along with me obviously, as other scholars who almost but other than were the prophets, Elijah was salam specified that sujood could be made without saliva, so such that to sugar as such, to our just making, that is the suju that one would make for appreciation to Allah Subhana Allah, so thanking Allah, or sudo the tilava So you're reciting the Quran and isn't such to please

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other other than that,

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you would you there is no I'm just going to go into sujood to make dua, right. That is not something that is known from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is who I was saying or any or any of the companions without being insulted first meaning that you that you are praying and then when you get to

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the sujood, the position of sujood that you would prolong it and make dua

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it was like a kosher so there's such a shocker. But there which is a prostration of gratitude, which which is not preceded by select, that's my point, right? They got that there's not that you can just go into such that now obviously, there's some of the automatic say that you have to do take fear first. And that you have to be in,

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in a state of purification while other scholars say no, that the point is that there's no that it's not preceded by a standing and reciting Quran and then making record and suddenly a lot even having that and then going down. It's assumed that that was that's the point.

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Asha thought I'm gonna put you on the spot. Oh, look, man Rashid asked Will you do a series on how to use the names of Allah subhanaw taala

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oh boy, he must work for your penis.

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I don't know I don't know I look man received your clean

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and that's Eliza gel. Yes. Sara Lena Derek Daniel jogger who was he in Fei Li vedi and also how to how to make that easy and make it sincerely for his plate for his face and beneficial to His servants. I mean, chef on that note, what are some names of Allah subhanaw taala particularly when people are calling upon Eliza telling this moment that just immediately come to your heart in your mind that this

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Subhanallah any name related to Eliza gels Rama whether that's or his Brockman, Rahim Allah will do a Latif for certain parts of the DUA when we're making glad for them.

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When you're making the art for victory and NASA I'm thinking kawaii allies ease of Kuwait and Ally disease and disease especially Pamela reading about that name and the difference the subtle difference between Al Aziz and Kuwait because it as easy in the Quran is usually used when Allah azza wa jal is talking about I find not usually but let's just say that the subtle difference between Elias ease and Kuwait so Allah as ease mighty and honorable Kuwait strong so you might look at might and strength as being the same thing but there's a subtle difference as far as ease is usually used when allies or journalists talking about ating His righteous service with the NBN and

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other than know

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exactly what hash Hello, there's something about the name of Al Jabbar just it has such a profound and comprehensive name. So Pamela so

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for two reasons when you think of Jabbar because there's the there's the one that comes to most people's mind, which which is that indicative of that strength and overpowering right. Then there's also the other side because of Jabbar is also the meander, right

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jabber to men something to do

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heal that wound to bring that Danny SubhanAllah. Jumeirah, right, which is a cast which is worn when when somebody breaks a bone to help keep it straight so that the bone can commend back right? That concept of algebra in that sense of of

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like I said healing even though it's different than Chevy but but bringing things together and mending them back fixing them fixing them in fact, right

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which which is which is in between the size of the team when between two sizes when you're in that setting prostration so a lot more clearly what honey was broadly right well as he was looking, right? Oh Allah Allah McFeely or Hamid Allah have Forgive me Have mercy on me. Watch Borden fix me fix me like broken fix me What troubled me laughing He was opening and give me well being and provide for

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Xochimilco show so I think a question here and Charlie will just maybe do two more and then we'll we'll close it out with the door I think it's appropriate Schiff

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appreciate you. Well fake because honestly Subhanallah I'm just I'm just telling you, for me sincerely, it is you're glad that we'll close this out today just

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because like, so, to the masjid right. So may Allah azza wa jal bless,

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you know, again, some of the brothers sisters that have you know, corrected and, and advice and said, you know, look, you know, the message should maybe host a program frame it this way, you know, a group of people should maybe host it this way. So a masjid wants to do a program for Philistine a pm for Philistine what advice do you kind of have for people like, we're going to do a draft for Philistine just ending? I'll say hi, in that regard, you know, to where they can observe the Sunnah. But not. But, you know, obviously, still do what they need to do, but at the same time, not not. So. So if I'm understanding, if I'm understanding correctly, then the question is asking about a pm as

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in PM, or later, like in the last year, or like, would normally be held in Ramadan?

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Again, I don't, I would actually prefer and I know this is gonna sound like I'm kicking the can, but I would actually prefer that the people ask the local mache and or the mat about these issues, because when they're difference of opinion amongst the scholars, so now what's happening is we're talking about congregating right for any better than we would normally not congregate for, like him outside of Ramadan. Some of the scholars actually say that that's permissible, as long as it's not done for a specific time like so for example, we started making this like an E, we're going to do this every single year on the same day.

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So some of the scholars say that that's permissible, others say that it is not permissible, because it is not known from the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam or any of the companions or the tabby in for that matter, that they would, that they would gather at times of calamities that make their eyes or whatever we're talking about here in terms of PM. And for that reason, Sheikh and I think this is important Tohei, the stuff that there is that there is unity around certain issues, that we are not divided over things that are not as important as other things. Right now, we're not talking about anything in religion being trivial. But we are saying that there are priorities in this

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historically, you can look at the fatality, or no matter from Forever, okay, where, when, when something else was a priority, this right here has to be put to the side. And we can deal with that later. And what I'm saying is that it is very important for us, even when we start talking about a subject and being firm and having our feet firm, it towhee the stuff is important that we are one that we that we come together. So if there are scholars in a particular locality, locale or their students of knowledge who can get in contact with the scholars, then it's more appropriate that that happens than me answering some type of question on the internet in a vacuum, not knowing what that

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may cause amongst the people of a particular locale and then they are fighting

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or bickering or arguing. Well, that doesn't need to be the case. So it is important that that there is a level of cooperation amongst the people in a particular area before something like that happens that may further split ranks for no reason

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why I think that's a wise answer and definitely one channel that we can all agree to. So the last thing I'll ask you chef has a question here. Does it have to be facing Mecca so when you make sushi

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With respect to a question on sujood do they have to face Miko when they make some food? Well, because Because sujood is legislated in the salon and not outside of the salon for the purpose of that, then you're going to be facing the Qibla. Anyway, it wants to be facing the Qibla while you're making the sudo because it is actually a part of your Salah and facing the Qibla is

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a shot from the shields to Salah it is a condition for the validity of one's prayer.

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Exactly. Okay. Any last words? Just have advice for people? I mean, everything that you've we've kept you for a long time haven't even your camera's tapped out. But any last words if I mean I think

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you know him that we benefited a lot from the the beautiful drives that you shared.

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shared how would you say that

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family to share che lei or tea, but the one that does not have cannot give it is very important that we turn to Allah subhanaw taala for ourselves at this time as well. That Allah azza wa jal gives us high fear that he gives us well being that we turned to him and thicken into it. And that we use this

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as a catalyst to draw closer to a loss of Hannah Montana, and prepare for what's next. Sometimes we get so caught up in the moment that we fail to look further down the line, it is important for us to be people who move intentionally who are calculated in the way that we move our profit ideas. So I was Sadam, so Lisa should do the surah. Right, the strong one is that the one that can wrestle people to the ground, well, that can this should eat me, I'm an equal enough so who and the other, but the one that is really strong is the one that can control himself when he is angry. Again, this is not just about anger management. This is about not being reactionary, the problems are telling us

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telling us in this. It's not just about how you react to something you think that you're strong and you you're going to reply, you know, you're going to respond a certain way, right? The strong one is the one that's able to control themselves. You think about what's happening, calculate, make sure that what we're doing is strategic, I think that is an ummah, and especially those of us who are living in the West, especially for those living in America that are a little bit more about American Idol about the West as a whole. I think it's very important that there are some calculated strategic things that we do to strengthen our own unity, to prepare for the next 10 to 20 years for the next

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generation of us living in this country, it is important that we fortify our youth that we solidify our infrastructure, and so on and so forth. I don't want to say too much more than that day. But I do think that it's important that we use this as an opportunity to draw closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala and we ask ALLAH SubhanA what's Anna as beautiful names and lofty attributes to make us from amongst his righteous servants

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night our ranks and to bring our to bring victory to our brothers and sisters and Philistine. I mean, I mean, Zack locker chef and before we make that, you know, a lot of the questions are about other subjects. So we are doing 100 on nightly session on this topic for now. It's going to continue at least for the next few days in sha Allah Tiana. So tune in every night at 830, Central 930 Eastern Shala where we address different aspects of this benign Tiana and I wanted to actually, you know, just personally,

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someone passed away a few days ago. Her name was sister, my rowdy sister, Myra, it was a sister that had a very rare skin condition. It's like a butterfly conditions of how to I met her about 13 years ago in the United Kingdom. And literally I was giving

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I was giving a talk about the the woman who had epilepsy and the time of the prophets I send them and ask the prophets I send them to make dua for her. And the prophets I seldom,

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you know,

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essentially told her that I could make dua for you and you'd be cured or you could be patient you would have Jana and she mentioned you know that she take Jana but at the same time she asked the Prophet size on to make that if it happened, she said because when it happens at the cache if my our shows I'm exposed so can you make that I'm covered Subhan Allah and that time epilepsy and I was talking about the difficult trials being a means of entering Jonah and she came up to me after that talk 1213 years ago, and now

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You know, she was like talking about the rare diseases that she suffers from and she's saying, you know, you're saying if I'm patient, I can have gender. You're saying if I'm patient, I can have gender. And she if her, the condition was so severe that her she actually lost her hair like she would peel away SubhanAllah. So she actually only had a little semblance of fingers. By the end of it, her skin was constantly shutting. And

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she reached out to me. Last week, I saw her on this last trip to the UK, she came to one of my talks and then she reached out last week and she said she got diagnosed with late stage of cancer, and that she didn't know she was going to make it to December when I come out there and you know, I told her in sha Allah you would and then she, I came to know that she passed away just two days ago may Allah subhanaw taala have mercy on her and accept her into it for those that are no May Allah subhanaw taala allow every moment that she suffered and all of our brothers and sisters who suffered to be a means of expiation for them and elevation for them Allama I mean, and lastly shift Sarah to

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sleep and shift for her to sleep their their mother had passed away Rahim Allah not too long ago

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I believe a month and a half or two months ago I mean time is obviously hard to capture these days but then their father passed away a few days ago as well so I don't want to forget them. May Allah subhanaw taala have mercy on their father and their mother and grant them a full dose and Anna and join them with them alarm I mean, so inshallah Tata will under the Dr. Zack Allah fish chef,

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Dr. Taha happy look Allah for taking all the time to be with us even as you're traveling and for giving us these drives, chocolates, I will make your heart together for our brothers and sisters in philosophy and Hamdulillah, having them cathedral to even move our country Hamden equally Gerardi YG he only Aldini Soltani along alarm or suddenly we're sending robotic and I have decoder City Council Hammond in Salalah. Who had he was on them early he also have Yosa lintas Even Kathira

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Robin Africa Elena sovereign with a bit Akadama and I want SORNA calm and caffeine. Rob donathan bit Akadama home run benefit of highly him someone with a bit Akadama home one sort of home island calm and caffeine

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Robina Tina for dunya has an awful lot he has an hour cleaner either but not at him for dunya Hassan Hassan Okay Who am I that would not allow we ask you to give victory to our brothers and sisters and Philistine or Allah we asked you to accept their dead shahada Yeah, Allah accept all of their casualties and Shahadat Allah accept all of their casualties or Shahadat yeah Allah we asked you to pour upon them patience, and to pour upon them your sustenance we ask you to provide for them where other people have cut them off. We asked you to heal them when others have heard them. We asked you to grant them expanse when others have sought to make the earth constricted for them. We asked you

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Oh Allah, to give victory to our brothers and sisters in Philistine we asked you a lot to give victory to our brothers and sisters and Philistine. We asked you a lot to give victory to our roads and sisters and Philistine and to our brothers and sisters all over the world. Yeah, Allah we ask you to give victory to our oppressed brothers and sisters all over the world. Yeah, Allah we ask you to grant them steadfastness and firmness and patience. Yeah, Allah. We asked you to grant them the best of this life and the best of the next. And to protect them from the punishment of the fire. Yeah, Allah we ask you Jabbar? Yeah. Can we ask you Oh Allah, to do away with the oppressors who

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oppress our brothers and sisters and Philistine and oppress our brothers and sisters all over the world. Yeah, Allah. Allah foil their plot, foil their plot, foil their plot, turn their plot against them yellow benign, I mean, yellow turn their plot against the metal anatomy. Yet Allah turned their plot against me. I mean, lol we asked you to guide us and to guide our brothers and sisters, we asked you or Allah to allow our Ummah to come together to feel like one body yeah, Allah, unite our hearts unite our ranks. And yet Allah grant us victory over the transgressors. Yeah a little bit on Amin was loaded down with some of the data kind of you know Mohamed wiener he also happy as me

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Subhanak la Miranda shadow Allah Allah not a stock broker to win a consolidation was an American Amina Muhammad Ali. He was like me as marine it was like a little fight on shift. I was looking like it for everyone for joining us today. I want him to lie here we're gonna catch up

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