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The Young Learners’ Hub 10
Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
Series: Sajid Ahmed Umar - The Young Learners' Hub
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This 3 week Youtube Live Series taking place during Covid-19 Lockdown by Sh. Sajid Umar esoecially for children aged 6-12, covering the following the themes:
1. You’re never too small to do great things.
2. Salah – You are never too small to open the gates of Jannah or build palaces there!
3. Ramadan & Fasting- Because Ramadaan is just days away.
The idea behind this series is to ensure that children never feel forgotten during waht will be the most difficult period of the 21st Century.
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How fast does time fly? I cannot believe it that today it's already Friday, the best day of the week in Islam for a believer, but candlelight feels like just yesterday, Monday, when we began learning all about Salah, and we began Scala week. Today's the last day for a week I'm going to complete with you all what we started yesterday, learning the contextual meanings of the most common phrases in Scala, and then I'm going to answer some of your questions that you sent through some general questions and some questions related to our topic. Also, because it is Friday, that means it is quiz date. And today inshallah you will find in the description box a link to quiz number two. And if you
didn't finish quiz number one yet, then please don't worry, because also the link to quiz number one is available for you all hamdulillah so you can still take quiz number one. And also quiz number two is ready for you all quiz number two is dedicated to all the lessons he took this week. So please
at the end of today's program, especially welcome as always to our viewers via demand channel and also to have served Peter by who's five years old from less than and sharifa from the UK who's 635 so your message Mashallah, you're waiting for this lesson to start half an hour before our start time Allah bless you. We have hamidah and Mohammed from Portugal from those notes boys and girls. Mashallah Hamid and Mohammed, we have McGruder, who's eight years old, and Howard was six years old from and also Abdul Mannan, who's four years old. And we also have little fair bit Mashallah and they all from jewsbury. In the UK, we also send the Welcome to have service eight, Sophia was seven.
And Irma, who's four from Cardiff especial come to Russia was seven, higher was six and Rosina, who's four from Dubai. A special welcome to Elana from Australia. And the shell was 10 years old from Germany, Masha Allah, and we are having now who's 10 and the ISA also who's 10 from Pakistan. And last but not least, Muhammad was 11 and Miriam, who's eight years old from Kuwait. So welcome, everyone. Okay, a special welcome to you and everyone behind the camera and everyone who's letting me know that they are there and watching as well.
In terms of the call outs, with regards to the homework that you've sent in, then as we did yesterday, we will delay the call out till the end of the program. shala. So when we finish today's lesson, I will mention the names of some of the outstanding homework that was sent in or the people who sent some of the outstanding homework. All right, so yesterday Alhamdulillah, we were discussing some of the most common phrases in our Salah, and the meanings and and the context that exists with what we say when we say Allahu Akbar. And then we say Bismillah R Rahman Rahim where previously I explained what Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim is about. And then we discuss the facts and the meanings
of the facts, and exactly what we saying. So that we when we understand what we think our heart is engaged, our soul is engaged, our mind is engaged, our demand is going up. And all the benefits that we said the Salah gives us, we can get them. Right. And yesterday, we covered the fact right Alhamdulillah your Billa elemi
Manny Rafi, Maliki Oh, the he cannot. He cannot study if they don't swim or what? Study
and then we say I mean, so we discussed the meanings of exactly what we are saying someone over there. Mohamed says that sounds like crazy. Yes, I was trying to read like scheffau they do because inshallah Abdullah just told me that inshallah we will be leaving the jumar today, right. It must be done. Never. We've talked about a precursor to that you will hear online from us, you will never have to recite the facts you have. We know any surah from the Quran, and any is from the Quran, right? Anything that Allah has made easy for you to memorize a lot of people like
you can recite called hula hula. And she tried making the habit that you learn the meanings of what you like to recite in the Salah. So like you don't know the meaning of it.
Have you learned the meanings of like to recite, so your concentration remains with you and your Eman grows some more and you love a lot more right? So for example, if you decide
to go to a class you recite coal whoa Allahu Ahad Allah whoa sama sarmad lemmya. mula Orlan Mia,
Khufu I had, right. So now you you live, what am I reciting in our head? This is a surah of
Allah doesn't have a son, and a lock doesn't have parents and there's nothing like a lost pet.
So you recite that song. Then after that surah you say Allahu Akbar, and you bow down and you're going to record you're going to record record is the bowing position. But remember, we said when you say Allahu Akbar, what are you teaching yourself? When you say Allahu Akbar, you're teaching yourself What?
Allah is greater, greater than everything, right? So Allah is the Greatest. So you remind yourself in case she tries to trick you into forgetting about what you're doing, in case you find makes you start thinking about the lunch that you're going to have, or the breakfast that you didn't have. Or they might have, might have eaten your toast in the morning, or how your little brother might have played your game and lost all your points, for example, can happen sometimes, before she can fix you have all of this, you say Allahu Akbar, you remind yourself that Allah is greater. So it keeps you focused in the salon, that nothing else matters besides my Allah. And then you remember that Subhana
Allah I was reciting and fasting, and you learn fast. I said,
He's the owner of all praise. And I only ask assistance from him and ask him for help. Right? And I only worship Him. Right? And he's the Lord of the worlds he's the entirely miserable, he's the specialty medicine. Once you boil it down in ruku. You remember all this and it makes you so happy. It makes you love. So much law that you start saying so cannot be allowed bean soup cannot be allowed. To have not be allowed in. So cannot be allowed the means Glory be to Allah the greatest Glory be to Allah the greatest Glory be to Allah the greatest Why are you doing
this? Because Allah you just read through it. And you understood who Allah is. And when you know Allah is a naturally you're going to love because you're going to realize what Allah does for you. He protects you. He gives you food, he gives you drink, he gives you water, he gives you toys, he gives you brothers, he gives you sisters, he gives you parents, he gives you money. So he's the greatest, you remember those? So you are not in your record, so can or be. And when we say sapan in the Arabic language, we are saying that Allah is free from any defects was a defect.
Now am we saying a lie is completely perfect. There is nothing anyone can dream of that can be wrong with Allah, Allah is the most perfect of the perfect. So it's as if we saying suparna Allah, Allah, you are so perfect, you're the greatest. Right? And when you say to a lot, you are so perfect you the greatest you are glorifying Allah. And that is why in some of the translations, about to Pandora vilavi What do you see in those translations? You see the translation say, How perfect Are you are a lot the greatest and another translation says
glory beats you. Yeah, Allah, you're the greatest or glorified. Are you? Yeah, Allah is the Greatest, I want you to pay attention to these translations, because it's gonna be in the quiz. inshallah. Okay, I'm gonna help you a little bit. Okay, help you a little bit. There's a question in the quiz about what this has been mean. Okay, so now you've raised a lot. wildfowling. So you stand up.
You stand up. And you say you announced that I know I have a living Lord. Allah is alive, and he hears me. I'm not worshiping some imagination in my mind. So just an imagination. So you acknowledge you say 70 a lot of women have neither
a war he is the one who praises him. you announce that you say send me a lovely man happy that. I was praising a lot. In fact, I was praising a lion my Salah. I was praising a lion ruku to kind of be around him. You know what? Allah hears me Sammy can be the you stand up announced it
Oh my lord, Allah for you is all praise. I was praising you when I started my Salah when I raised my hands and I tied my hands up.
Like I said, 100 in that you see a lot. So how do you do? Yes, I liked when I when I show everyone her friends. So after she watches the video, she gets happy because she sees her friends also on YouTube.
So just got a call out today. All right. So anyway, brothers and sisters in Islam and my dear boys and girls, allies watching us, a lot hears us and the sun that helps us remember that five times a day, we pray, and it helps us go to Jenna. Because five times a day, we keep on reminding ourselves because human beings forget. We forget, one hour after two hours after three hours of diversion we're gonna forget. So Allah gives us know how to worship human beings we can remember then by ourselves, we forget. So Allah gives us awesome so we can remember. And like this lovely room comes and like this ratio comes. And this is our lesson about the meanings and context surrounding the
most common phrases in our Salah. And I hope it's gonna make you love your salon more. And I hope it's gonna make you pray your salon more. Okay, if there's one thing you always want to do in your life, and I want you to remember this. If you don't remember anything from this week, except one lesson. It should be this.
Whatever you do, don't leave your site, because Salah is the key to gender.
Alright, let's go ahead and handle it. We had a lot of questions. Let's begin with some personal questions that the viewers have asked. All right. So first of all, let's go ahead. Someone asked, Where are you from? Where do you live? All right, Where am I from? anyway? Do I live? Alright. A lot of questions came in regarding matters pertaining to me. There's a link in the description box. Okay, there's a link in the description box, which has my biography. So you can also click that link with your parents and read all the different things about me where I'm from, and what I've done. But to answer the question here, I was born in Leicester, Leicester, in the United Kingdom, but as a
My parents moved me to Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is a country near South Africa, in Africa. And that's where I grew up. I grew up Zimbabwe. And then around 2003, I moved to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. And that is where I am currently in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Okay, next question. Someone else asked? How old are you? how old I am? Oh, that is a secret. We shouldn't answer that question.
And I will be as old as you want me to be. So you can well guess how old I am. Okay. We'll leave that as the answer. Next question.
He asked, How do you say that?
You three years old?
I have no idea who's three years old? Mashallah. barakallahu li Jia Mohammed, thank you for your question. Next question. He can actually ask is
okay, how theaker number three is asking if I've done lies the habit of the lies in the habit. But he is trying to be one. So they draw for him. He's trying to be one. He's working hard. Make drives, you get it. And also he's inspiring his little brother and sister also find memorize. So they have started trying as well. So make dua for them. Now, what's the next question you have done?
And lastly, what do you do? All right. I even saw some questions. They are asking me, what do I do? Well, I am a lecturer with a university in Saudi Arabia. I lecture, a bachelor level course related to Islamic fit. And I'm the head of the fifth department with them. I also am involved in different projects for you Muslims, different projects related to humanitarian causes, like feeding poor people. This was the blessing of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon me, and I'm also involved in other educational programs on an institutional level. And sometimes I speak to you all via the internet, on Facebook and on YouTube. Currently, I've just finished my PhD. Okay, I finished my PhD
degree. And welcome to the left. I have written a thesis. This is my thesis, it's in two volumes. I'm going to hold it up. It's a bit heavy. Alright, I've written these, this book. It's one book but it's in two volumes. Okay. hamdulillah It was quite big. So they could
fit in one volume. So this is my PhD thesis insha Allah let me hold it the other way because the camera is flipped. There we go. All right, so this is my PhD thesis in two volumes which I have submitted to an Imam Mohammed administer route, Islamic University in Riyadh together a doctorate degree a PhD in Islamic feck. Okay. And my study, the thesis is related to financial risk management, financial risk management, also Alhamdulillah Allah blessed me in 2013 to graduate as a judge. Okay, so I'm, I'm qualified as an Islamic judge Alhamdulillah and the first foreigner from the western Southern African country like to get this qualification with this university and
hamdulillah and before I came to study Islam, I specialized in information technology, or it right, or computers and networks and the internet and so on and so forth. And you can ask your parents about that about what information technology is. So this is a little bit about what I do, but click the link inshallah and you can get more details. Let's take some more questions here. I've done
One more. One more question. Go ahead. Someone wanted to know if you've been for Have I been for Hydra Alhamdulillah I have been for Hajj allows most kind. I have been for Hajj. Someone's asking. What's your full name? My name is Sajid Erma. That's my name sajama. Okay, and this is written on the little learners have five give us some more questions.
We have a few minutes left let's go ID asked.
What do I actually make you in the corona virus outbreak? IDB is asking what do I should we make during the coronavirus outbreak, you can make any drama you want from your heart in any language you want to ask. Allah understands what languages so from your heart speak to Allah. Okay. But also you can make the dough as we learned last week, like has been wha hoo when it went wacky, like a sub zero luck, right? Also, which led into satanic I
mean, there is another app which you can buy. Next one is asking, why do you raise your fingers?
And why are the hands raised? When sing along? Okay when I sing Why do you raise your finger when you are doing what and why do you raise your hands at the beginning of Salah we do that. Because the Prophet love it. He was selling it and the prophets of Allah He was telling his son to come on Monday or Sunday, the priests Salah exactly how you see me pray. So the Sahaba taught us exactly what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did. And that's why we raised our hand and that is why we lift our finger so many people asking, Can we see your children? They still a bit shy. They're still a bit shy. So not in today's lesson. Apologies. Hello, let's do let's take the next question.
This man will have asked Can you teach people to go to jail without questioning or shala? Who asked the question?
Who are the people that will go to general with a question? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said 7000 people will go to general without any questions straight into gender without having to answer to anything in front of Allah, Allah and basically they are those who put their complete trust in Allah to kind of attack. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said they are those who do not do haram acts to try and get better back in the day they used to do bracketing and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said branding is not allowed. The Prophet said, the people who will go to Jenna, without being questioned are those who don't burn themselves with heat to try and get a
cure. Okay? They use other means, also those who don't ask other people to do a rotation on them. So if they sick, they do Rukia themselves, right? And maybe your parents can explain to you what Rokia is, I wish I could be running out of time. And also those who don't believe in bad omens, they're not superstitious, right. They're superstitious, for example, they say, look, that cloud is flat that way, something bad is going to happen today, or that bird went that way. I don't think we should go out of the house today.
How does that make sense? It doesn't make sense. But this is how people used to believe this to be suspicious. They never used to put their trust in Allah. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said those who don't practice branding, those who don't ask other people to do Rokia on those who are not superstitious, but rather they put their trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala Benito Kowloon, they will enter Paradise without any
Question. Okay, but more details to this is, there's some times when you are allowed to ask someone to do repair on you. There are some times when you are allowed to practice some medical practices that are difficult but that's because there's no other way to cure yourself except through them. That's a detailed discussion which is not for the faint of heart. For now, I just want you to know 70,000 will go to gender, they are those who don't practice branding, which is curing themselves with fire and heat. Number two, they don't ask other people to do Rukia on them, they do Rukia themselves, trust me that allow an answer they own. And number three, they are both superstitious.
They put their trust in Allah and they are not superstitious. And as the process a lot of people send them said they would enter Jannah without any accountability privileges in Islam very quickly some of the call outs okay Mashallah. Some of the great work that's coming from sorry, Amelia, who's from Dubai, sorry Allah Mia after phenomenal water color diagram on the Mirage I promise you blew me away. I mean, I ate and used to fire from Mozambique. Excellent work. I mean and use of a
man who's 10 from Ireland. What a colorful prayer Matthew did Mashallah Keep up the good work. We have look man who's six from Melbourne. I loved your gates to gender homework. Well done that Abu Bakar who's 11 from Nigeria? Thank you for your question. And thank you for completing your project. I mean, that in hand was eight years old and Zahara was five years old from Melbourne. cottages cat is participating as well. Welcome and thank you for completing all your homework. We have Emad who's 14 from India, and he said
he made me smile he sent me a message saying she excited you're going to have many houses in January because you taught the children to pray the sun that makes the houses and every time they pray you get houses that message was so sweet and inshallah true because that's what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us so please make dua that Allah gives you those houses. We have started from Bangalore India, nice prayer maxol. We have 111 from India, your Arabic calligraphy
was Masha Allah, Allah amazing writing really well done, keep it up. We have diva Fatima from Bahrain, who's 11 years old and Zegna Maria as well from Bahrain, Baraka lovinklaan for completing your homework. And last but not least, we have our Sharif, who's four years old. That was a lovely arc of new energy Salaam, using your Lego. That brings us to the end of today's episode. Tomorrow's a break and Sundays don't have any program on Saturday and Sunday, but I will see you on Monday. Okay, so be sure to join me on Monday. May Allah preserve us in his obedience from Monday to Friday, next week is Ramadan week, Ramadan week and fasting week we're going to learn all about Ramadan and
about fasting because Ramadan is coming soon. Lastly, don't forget your homework. Don't forget your quiz. It's all in the chat box below. I look forward to seeing your answers. I love you for the sake of Allah I love holding gentlemen with you all deserve to love him for honoring me