Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah ala alihi wa sahbihi wa ala Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh everyone, we, as always praise Allah subhanho wa Taala and announce how all of the best praises belong to Him. And we send praises and salutations and blessings upon the final messenger Muhammad Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for he taught us all the guidance that we know, after Allah subhanho wa Taala taught him and he didn't leave any piece of guidance, any piece of benefit out Alhamdulillah brothers, brothers and sisters in Islam, welcome to our sixth installment of our ledger diaries to handle the how quickly are our days going
by the best days of the year, this season of worship? Yes, it doesn't last 30 days like the month of Ramadan, it's just
you know, a portion of that, but it is great, Baraka is great blessings, and in front of us is still the day of October,
the ninth for those on hedge and for those who are not on hedge, it's a special day. And also the 10th of the ledger, the prize giving and we know how proud Allah subhanho wa Taala is of the believers on that day, so don't lose hope. And always remember that actions are judged by the endings, like we mentioned and taught and reiterated over our Ramadan, reminders, actions are judged by the ending. So there's still time to you know, pick up the pace. So don't lose hope and give up. Rather, you know, bring yourself together and pick yourself up and make use of whatever remains. Now, I know in our last episode, we said we're going to take another snippet from the life of
Ibrahim alayhis salam. But I'm going to delay that snippet a little bit. And for two reasons. Number one is because I want to talk a little bit about the tech view. That is an amazing vehicle. That is part and parcel of the days that we are in. That's number one. Number two, also because the snippet from the life of Ibrahim that we want to talk about is related to the deal of EAD specifically or the actions of on the day of EAD specifically for those not on hedge. And also, you know, for those on hedge, there's parts of his life that, you know, his experience on the day of it, and then also during the days of tertiary which is the melting of, of the jamara. So, let's talk a little bit
about the tech view. That when we when we mentioned the tech Vu of these days, we referring to the wonderful statement Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, La ilaha illa Allah, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allah Allah. Right. And we mentioned a simple translation of this term
in previous episodes of hamdulillah. And we also said that there's different versions. So we might hear people doing it slightly differently. But there's different versions in the Sudan as as long as it relates to one of the versions mentioned in the Sunnah then it is absolutely okay, it's absolutely okay. Now,
when we look at the teachings of Islam with regards to this type of view, and these days, when
we learn that this particular technique has been prescribed for those who are unhedged, and for those who are not on hygiene, obviously when we have this discussion, we must also take into consideration the important discussion about the virtues of the Quran remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I've taught you this in previous series together and touched on it, if I recall correctly in this particular series, that's number one. Number two, we should also take into consideration the fact that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said and I did mention this in previous episodes that we should increase in La Ilaha, Illallah and hamdulillah and Allahu Akbar during these days,
okay. And this particular technique has all of that it has the tech, Allahu Akbar, it has the De La ilaha illa Allah and it has also the Tamil because at the end we say what Allah he'll humped alright and this is similar to saying Alhamdulillah that, you know, all the hummed type of praises, they belong to a loss of Hannah, who are sad, all right. Now, when we look at this view, then for both who judge and men who judge, then this takbeer is prescribed in an unrestricted way. What do we what do we mean when we say and restricted way? Well, we mean that it can be done at any time, at any time, from the first of the hedger to the 13th of the ship. Now, obviously for those on the hedge,
then when you about to begin your armor or you enter the state of Iran, then you busying yourself with the Toby Ella Baker lahoma Baker, okay. So there are portions, you know, that require you to be specific with other types of Baker
But generally, the unrestricted tech view is that which can be done by anyone, anytime, from the first of the hedger to the 13th of the hedge and this Vicar is specific to these days, which means this type of Vicar needs to take precedence over other types of things. Yes, we should do is the far Yes, we should,
you know, seek forgiveness and, and and and praise Allah with all the other different praises. However, during these days, specifically, we should try and give a greater portion of our time and effort to the technosphere because it's specific to these days, the other other car,
it has its place throughout the days of the including the first 13 days of the ledger. So this is what we mean by the restricted tech. This is what we mean by the unrestricted
tech appear. Then we have the restricted tech. When we talk about the restricted takbeer. Then there's a portion of the discussion dedicated was the Hajaj and a portion of the discussion dedicated towards those who are residents and not unhedged. And this discussion is as follows.
So let's start with everyone who's not on Hajj, okay, for those who are not on Hajj, then it is It is reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and a group of Sahaba they would recite this deck beer after every Salah after every Salah. Okay, from fudger on the ninth of the hedger fudger on the ninth of the hijab and I say nine times in 19, the country that you are in okay. The length of the hedger until also on the 13th of the hedger. Okay, so the ninth, the 10th, the 11th, the 12th, the 13th, right, five days fudger of the ninth of the 13th, after every Salah, they would in a loud way, in an audible way, recite the Quran, this is restricted to every Salah.
Right? So you find that during these days from the ninth to the 13th. Both types of both versions of the vicar apply the restricted version and the unrestricted version, because the unrestricted version starts from the first of the hedgerow up till the end of the 13th. The restricted version then comes in from the ninth until the 13th. This is for those who are not unhedged for those who are unhedged, then they do not busy themselves with the tech via Remember I said this portions during their activities that they got to stick to other specified liquor and for them, they must stick to the tobacco lobby kolomela back they carry on doing the love bake, announcing to Allah
their presence, and till the pelt the big jammer that jamara tilaka as it's called the big jammer on the 13th once you pelt or they felt
so that you know they're doing the LBL abaye kolomela bake all the way till they get there when they get to the big jamara they throw the stone seven times. Once they finish the seven stone they stopped doing the bake and immediately they start Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. This is on the 10th of
this is on the 10th of the hedgerow which means the restricted takbeer for them kicks in then after the pelt the jumper to lacava right after they felt the jungles of Africa for the vvv Salas they after
so I pray this lesson is absolutely clear. And I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala inspires one and all to put it into practice and make this particular
lesson so Dr. Jerry for me, because if you put it into practice inshallah, geared towards as well and if you share it with others and through that other people put it into practice, those unhedged and those who are not unhedged, then you sharing it will make also, you know the lesson.
The podcast, so the cottage area for you as well as Palo Alto except our deeds brothers and sisters in Islam, I love you all for the sake of Allah. Remember Me and my my parents, my spouse, my children,
and everyone in the oma beloved to us remember us in your da, as I remember everyone
you know, from my students, you might as well once again I love you for the sake of Allah until our next installment of the hedger diaries salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.