Sajid Ahmed Umar – The Young Learners’ Hub Ramadan Q&A #1

Sajid Ahmed Umar
AI: Summary © The host gives a brief recap of the first two lessons of Islam, starting with surah two ca-400 rune and onto the fourth goal of Islam, which is the goal of an aquileia evil caelly caelly. They also discuss the history of the Prophet sall drove and the use of rubies in the title, as well as personal experiences such as learning from a cousin and eating seafood. The importance of forgiveness and privacy in the music industry is emphasized, along with the need for students to practice learning and share their experiences with others. The segment ends with a discussion of the importance of hydration during prayer and the success of "hasn't been enough" program.
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mean salatu salam ala rasulillah. While he was happy,

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everyone to week one of our Ramadan series question and answer time, a program, which is part of the mlns hub, especially for you all this Ramadan to answer the special questions that you have regarding Ramadan or regarding any other Islamic question that has been moving around in your young minds Rochelle, I received so many questions yesterday via the question link. And we tried to take as many questions as we could have making sure that we removed all repetitions and also we try to look at questions from different countries to make it fair to everyone. We will try and answer as many questions as we can today. But if we don't manage to please don't be sad because there will be

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other opportunities in the allotted time. So once again, welcome to the young learners have our opportunities to build agenda together and especially in the month of Ramadan and Jazakallah for your wonderful messages. I can see them up on the screen in front of me to Ayesha Masha Allah May Allah love you as well and thank you for your beautiful message saying that you love me for the sake of Allah and to everyone who's writing in the last panel where to enter bless you all, very quickly. Some special welcomes we have Humira has he was seven years old from jewsbury and Jazakallah, Fer O'Meara for your letter, and letting us know that Ahmed wasn't on fire yesterday, I might add to

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your voice memo.

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Also we have Asya kellisa and Moosa who insisted on joining in the live session yesterday even though Moosa wasn't well we are going to Cuba Musa grant make you better, I mean, say me I mean and Mashallah, may Allah reward you for being such a diligent student of the end learners how it was really heartwarming to learn that panel even though you are not well, you insisted and make sure that you attend to the lesson milvus panel Italeri would you and Greg McEwen bless you and bless your family so special welcome to us here and Musa and also another special welcome is extended to slowly have who is 10 years old, and he Daya who's seven years old from Australia. Then we have

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Rania, who's five from Yemen. But live in London. Welcome Rania. Zainab who's seven from Estonia, Masha, Allah, Allah welcomes in a special welcome to you. And then finally, we have Fatima who's nine and Xena seven, from Riyadh near las panatela Bless you all and welcome and also a special welcome as always to you all. Now yesterday I come to LA we completed our first Tafseer lesson and it was related to Surah two caffee rune and inshallah next Saturday, next Saturday, we will have our second the same session for the month of Ramadan. And that session is dedicated to Islam. Cool, whoa, Allahu Ahad. Somebody asked what are the four goals? The fourth one's aquileia evil caffi rune

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Whoo hoo Allahu Ahad cool. Bill Falak and cool out of Europe the next these are the four goals and remember, we said that we will be having a quiz at the end of the month and the questions in the quiz will cover all four lessons inshallah all four suitors so be sure to keep your notes handy right Khadija? your notes handy and revise your notes weekly inshallah. All right now, with regards to the questions that came in over the course of yesterday, let's go through them very quickly inshallah. So firstly, we have a question from zecharia where dude, who's six years old, from England, Mashallah Welcome to Korea and zecharia is saying, When you breathe out of his salon came

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to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam? Did he come in the form of an angel? Or did he come in the form of a man or any other form? I gave you the answer in reading your question. It's a curious thing. Did he come in the form of an angel or in another form? When we look at the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we find that jabril came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his original form, his original form and ism mighty mighty gigantic, big angel to Pamela. Right. We are taught that jabril Allah he said, he has 600 wings. each wing covers the entire horizon. If he opens one wing, you won't see anything else. That's how massive

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His wheels are how many minutes 3600 600 wings and in an operation that defined in the swim now from the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam from the wings of gibreel jewels and pearls and rubies are falling, so heinola rubies is a special special special stones, very expensive and very beautiful. inshallah mama Mommy will teach you about rubies after the lesson inshallah Okay, then she can explain to you exactly what rubies are because girls know best but rubies are.

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Okay, so Mashallah, that's how beautiful jabril so he would come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in this form, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam saw him right, and we know that he came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when the Quran came down in the cave of Iraq, remember we discussed this when we discussed Ramadan week, and we also discussed how you came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during the night of his surah and Mirage because they traveled together to Allah subhanho wa Taala in the heavens, they traveled to the heavens together. But also we are taught from the Sunnah, that gibreel alayhis salam sometimes used to come in the form of a

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man in the form of a man

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who used to look like a man used to come in the form of a very handsome man.

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No, that was

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saying how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam know that it was gibreel he knew because Allah subhanho wa Taala taught him and he could tell that this is gibreel right? Because even though Jubilee came in the form of a man, he came in the form of a special man, very handsome, very neat, very clean. And no doubt the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam knew who he would recognize him right? And he was taught by Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah. So Allah subhanho wa Taala will teach him that this is Jubilee, coming to you in the form of a man and we know that once the gibreel came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the form of a man when all the Sahaba were present, they

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were in the masjid and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was teaching them and remember it will happen. The Allahu Allah says, Is

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shady do

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shady to Saudi Shia, Larry Robin, who I thought was suffer. Well, I had Hector jellison wU sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for us

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to pay

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a fee

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wakaya Muhammad of Burundi and Islam. What does that mean? Now? He just asked me a very good question. What does that mean? Just saying I speak English.

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What does that mean? Well, one day the Sahaba was sitting with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then this handsome man walked into the masjid. And his clothes was super white and super clean. Amazing. And his beard, His hair was super black, super amazing. And all the Sahaba looked at him and said Who is this? Because Medina was small. Everyone knew who everyone was. But no one knew who this person was. And if he was a guest in someone's house, then someone they would have known and said, Oh no, this is my guest. This is who he is. But everyone looked at each other and everyone said we don't know who he is. Now there were no hotels in Medina, like we have today. So if someone

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came from outside of Medina, into Medina, they wouldn't have a hotel to go to to Bart and freshen up and their clothes and take up the nice clean clothes and remove all the dust of the desert from the beard and the hair. Are you traveling in the desert, the dust goes up and it goes in your hair. So you you can tell that this person is on from Medina. He's come from outside you can see he's got the signs of travel. But the Sahaba said, we looked at him. We didn't know who he was. No one knew who he was. Then we said can we see signs of travel, no signs of travel. So Han Allah when he walks into the masjid, and he goes through everyone right up to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam and the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sitting like I'm sitting with with his hands on his face. Okay, right. So you're sitting on his knees with his hands on his, on his thighs. So jabril came and sat in the same way he put his knees by the knees of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he came and sat in front of each of the prophets of Salah. Love it. Listen, we're sitting here, and the bill came and put his knees here.

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And he also put his hands on his thighs, like how the prophets of Allah while he was in our city.

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jabril was copying the prophets of Allah. Because you should learn from your teachers. Your teachers know good things and they teach you good things or you respect your teacher.

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Also sitting how you teach your sets. Power.

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Yes, you must insert how your bad friends tell you correctly.

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So you build them set like that. And you will ask the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, tell me about Islam. What is Islam Tell me about? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and then he's telling me about email to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam answered that, he said, Tell me about it. So the province that I love it, he was answered. Then he says, tell me about the Day of Judgment. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, the one who is answering is the same like the one who is asking the question, we both don't know when the Day of Judgment is going to be. So gibreel said, Okay, tell me some of the science when the Day of Judgment is going to come. So then

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said some science, then gibreel SATs a little bit, and then gibreel. Left.

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He went back,

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and Sahaba was oppressed. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked the Sahaba Do you know who that was? They said, Allah, neither of us will notice. We don't know. He said, that was debris came in the form of a man that was gibreel. And he came to teach you your religion. So I hope that answers the question. Zachary, our dude from the UK? Six. Thank you for the nice question. I hope that answers the question that sometimes you will come in the form of an angel, and sometimes will come in the form of a man and sometimes the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would just hear his voice okay. Second question is from Shimla who's 10 years old? Also from England? She says, Are you

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allowed to play with a cousin who is a go? Yes, you can play with a cousin who is a girl

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uncondition of course, that that cousin doesn't teach you bad things. That cousin teaches you good things if that cousin teaches you good things, then yes, you must play with your girl cousins. We said yesterday that boy cousins can play with boy cousins and girl cousins can play with girl cousins as long as they play together doing things that makes a lot happy. Doesn't make Allah subhanho wa Taala angry. Okay, next question is from the cadet Abu Bakar who is 11 from Nigeria welcome that that. Can Muslims eat aquatic animals?

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seafood, I think. I think that means can Muslims eat seafood? And the general like fish? Right? Like fish?

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stingrays. Where did you learn that from Khadija stingrays? Allah All right, but that is an example of seafood well.

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So with that is asking, Can

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we eat seafood? The general answer is yes, we can eat seafood. However, there's some exceptions, like crocodiles, for example. scholars say we can't eat crocodiles. Right? The scholars of Islam. What is the majority of them they say we can't eat crocodiles because they live on land and sea and they have facts. For example, frogs. You can't eat frogs because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam forbade us from killing frogs we're not allowed to kill frogs the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said don't kill the frogs. Okay, so frogs we can't eat. And then we have some animals that can live in the water and the sea like for example, turtles for example. So scholars say before you

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eat a turtle it's safer for you to rotate. Why because it lives on on land and it also lives in the sea can come out from the from the water, right? So the best way to answer this question is for us to say that in general, we can eat seafood the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said we can but there are some exceptions. And what you should do young question a young myth dad is you should visit your local chef. Okay? And ask him for the exceptions. Say chef Sajid said, we can eat seafood, but there's some exceptions. And he told me to come and ask you, what are those exceptions? What are the things that we can't eat from the sea? animals or

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you know, which seafood? Can't we eat? Okay, maybe that so please do that for me. And you can write to me and let me know what your chef said. Then we have Sophia or Sophia Sophia miftah was nine years old from Algeria. And Sophia says how many people were in the room when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was on his death bed?

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That's a very deep question. Yes, Sophia from Algeria. The reality is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was sick for a long time before he passed away. So he was in his house on his bed for a long time and many people visited the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we don't know the exact number, but many people did from them Abubakar Allah and from them. Omar Viola and from them with man an idea of the love of animals mind and many other Sahaba okay, but when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away he

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That's what you're referring to when he actually passed away when we know that I should have the last one was in, in the room. And the Hadith says that the head of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was resting on her lap. So she was definitely in the room, some generations teachers that her brother also was in the room, a black man, even a burqa, he was also in the room because in this duration, it is said that he came into the room with a miswak you know what i miswak? Is? Yes.

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miswak is we use it use it to clean our teeth, isn't it? The wooden miswak right. It's like a toothbrush, but it's from a tree. Right? So he came into the room, and the Prophet salon while he was in him saw the miswak. And they could see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam wanted it. So he broke it and he prepared it and then he put it in the mouth or they put it in the mouth of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and the province on the level it was in the used it. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said illa rafiqul, Allah to the companions, the elevated companions, and he passed away. Right. So based on this narration, it can be understood that also

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her brother and his brother after a family baby battle was also in the room. Thank you for the question. May Allah bless you. Yeah. Sophia from Algeria. All right, next question comes from Zaid ashmit, who's six years old from England? Good surah Catherine come bit by bit, or is one whole surah? Well, when we look into the books of Steve yazeed, we see that sort of two categories came as one whole surah Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best when we look into the different books of Tafseer. Remember, we said c refers to the science or the knowledge which explains the Quran and the books of the seal? refers to the books that has the knowledge inside which explains the Quran.

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Alright, so if we look into the books of the seal, we understand that pseudo capital came in one chunk, because of the reason that I told you about yesterday, the police came and said let's make a deal. One year one year, isn't it? One year we worship Allah one year you worship our idols, and which idols in particular and let will Ursa right these were two very famous idols of the Quran. So they said one year we worship Allah and one year you worship Allah to Allah. So Allah to do sudo to cap room in its completion and Allah knows best. You saw Gemma from Somalia, Masha, Allah, Allah welcome you, Sarah. She says, What does culture mean? And are the sheets Hello? Well, culture refers

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to the social behavior

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of a group of people, what I mean by social behavior, how people speak, how they act, how they do certain things, how they get married, the foods that they eat, right, we know that people from Western cultures, their foods different.

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When we compare those foods to people from Eastern cultures, for example, I people from India have a lot of spices in their food, their culture is to have food with, with spice, which is different to people in, in the West. Although now we have globalization and the internet, everyone can see what everyone is eating, and everyone's through exports and imports, everybody's spices, and everyone's unique foods are present in every country, you can find restaurants from Italy, present in Saudi Arabia, for example, right? So due to globalization, everyone's cultures are becoming mixed. But generally cultures refer to these things how people, through generations have become accustomed to

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doing something, they do it in a particular way some people's culture is to sit on the floor and eat some people's culture is to sit on the table, some people's cultures to eat with their hands, some people's culture is to use a fork or a knife or a spoon, right? Some people's culture is to kiss their parents on their head, for example, every morning and every night, some people's culture, it's not like that. So this is what culture reversed. Okay? But with regards to Islam and being Muslims, if the culture tells us to do something that Allah told us not to do, we don't do it. We leave the culture, and we follow the sun. Okay, right. But if the culture doesn't make us do something that

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goes against Islam, then it's okay to do it. So for example, if the culture says, during weddings, boys girls should mix together and everyone should be dancing and holding hands and singing was Hold on, hold on, hold on. Let's see what Islam says. And Islam says no, there should be segregation. We shouldn't have intermingling between the men and the women. So we follow what Islam says and we leave that the culture Are you with me? I'm the last month of fasting today. And I can see the feeling the fast

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by so we we followed the Quran as soon as we leave the culture. All right now, the second

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question that was asked is from you Sarah, and she had a nasheeds a Hillel nasheeds halleran condition. The words of the Nasheed are good and unconditioned. There is no musical instruments nowadays we have Nasheed and Mashallah this Gita, we shouldn't say Mashallah

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guitar, there's piano, there's the flute. Now those machines, you can't listen to them. Okay? So you can listen to machines as long as it's voice based, and

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the words are good. And if there's a diff diff is a type of drum, it's not a drum. It's a It's a type of drum. It's made out of wood, and it has animal skin on top of it, and then you hit it, you hit it, and it makes a sound, the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam allowed the diff, but even the Doof he didn't say you can hit it in a way that that makes people feel like they want to dance.

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It can't be like that. Right? It should be done in a way whereby the sound is there. But it doesn't make people feel like they want to do haram things, right?

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Because girls mustn't dance in front of Boys Boys mustn't dance in front of girls, if girls are together, and they do a small dance, it's not a dance that shows them to be crazy, right? This is okay. And the boys are together and they do, you know, slight movements, right? And there's no musical instruments, right? Like people sometimes do at weddings, and they're dancing is not crazy, then this is okay. But a lot doesn't like and we learned this from the sooner the dancing that we find on TV today. And some of the music channels, this dancing is not allowed. Okay, so the sheets are allowed. If there's a dearth, and if the words are good, right, but if this musical instruments

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is it allowed? No, no. Now also, today, we have something called beatboxing. And in beatboxing people make sounds with their mouth. Right? And then different people come together and they make different sounds. And when the sounds mixed together, it actually sounds like musical instruments, like the real musical instrument, like real drums with real bass and real treble. Is this allowed? This is not allowed, right? This isn't allowed. This isn't allowed. Okay, if someone might say, but I'm not using a guitar, I'm not using a piano we say Yeah, but you making sounds with your mouth together. That makes someone feel as if there is a guitar, as if there is a piano as if there are

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drums, you can click the sherea you can say I'm going to sit there Sherry, I don't come with a piano but we'll make the same sounds like the piano. Say No, the Sharia doesn't want you to make sounds like the piano or the drums or the flute or the violin or any other musical instrument for a reason. So you have to trick the Sheree and come and do it in some other way. Some people use computers to generate sounds and they say look, no piano, the computer is making a sound but we say is the sound the same as the piano? Yes or no? If no, then it's allowed. If yes, that is not allowed. Okay, so please take care of this. In summary, we can listen to nasheeds as long as there's no musical

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instruments or sounds that are exactly like musical instruments. And as long as the words are good and permissible, there's no bad teachings in them there's no bad words in them. Alright. The next question is from a an accent who's 11 from Spain Welcome again and again says why do we need more than 1000 gentlemen

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All right, that's the price me ion. Why do we need more than one house in general? Let me be

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good anything. I have one because why do I need more than one house? Right? So it's as if Iran is saying that Why do I have to pay my son that's what I have read every one day I get one house then it's enough. Right? All the other things

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if I told you that I'll give you a football and cricket bat and then Xbox and

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chocolate ice cream vanilla ice cream. Okay, let me not say ice cream people have asked in here. Right. Yesterday one of the uncle's some uncles are watching young learners have as well. And they wrote to me and said yes. You mentioned in what you mentioned, in case this is too much we fasting

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right. All right. So if I offered you all these things, what do you take one thing will you say on all of it? You want all of it right? So why do you only want one house in general and Allah is offering you different houses, every house is going to be different. Every house will be different. Some houses will have tennis courts, swimming pools and Jacuzzis and houses will whatever you dream different houses will have different things.

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Oh, he really likes puppies.

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So she keeps asking me that Baba, can I have a puppy in general? And the general rule is in gentlemen, you can have whatever you wish for. But the question is Will

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What will we wish for puppies in China? We don't know gender is a different place. Gender is not like this world. In this world. We live our life. And it's different. In general, it's gonna be different. There's some things we want to hear right now. But when we go to Geneva, we won't want them we won't even think about them. So we don't know if you're gonna think about having a puppy in China, but if you do, then Allah is going to give you whatever you wish for okay?

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Even if you want to cat Yes, you're right as a teacher, yes, you're right. All right. So Mashallah, Khadija, she tells me the agenda is going to be killer whales, there's going to be horses inshallah is gonna be killer whales, or whatever you wish okay? Mashallah. Okay, thank you, Mashallah, is that question shocked me. I am all the way from Spain. Nice question, Diane. I hope you got the answer, right. Allah wants to give us so many presents. So keep on building houses every day because every house is going to be different. Fatima who's 11 from England says well Allah punish me if I do a bad deed. And then I'm sad about doing the bad deed. But before I ask Allah to forgive me, I pass away

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or Subhana Allah Fatima. That's a deep question Fatima from from England. And the question the answer to the question about the mind is that yes, Allah will forgive you insha Allah, because Allah knows what's in your heart. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said I've never matoba if you feel regret, then this is a type of asking Allah for forgiveness. Okay? So if you do something wrong, and you feel hurt in your heart and you feel sad, and you feel sorry, and you before you ask Allah to forgive you you pass away Don't worry inshallah you will be forgiven allies, the Most Merciful and we never restrict Allah's mercy. We always make it bigger and bigger, right because

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Allah's mercy is vast. So we say inshallah, Allah will forgive you. But remember who that Mashallah you've written so many times I love your accent, you know who they are, I love you also, we all love Leslie Mashallah, we Allah bless you, and may we meet one day yahuda. I mean,

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as I was saying, remember that if you do a bad deed, and it's between you and Allah and you feel sad, and you ask Allah to forgive you, Allah will forgive you. But if you hurt somebody else, you make someone else set. If you make someone else sad, then Allah will only forgive you if that other person forgives you. Okay? So remember that, okay? So try your best never ever to hurt somebody. hurt someone make them sad, okay? But as long as it's between you and Allah and you feel sad, Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah will forgive you if you feel regret in your heart before you get a chance to ask our last panel

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for forgiveness. All right, thank you for that question. Fatima. That was a very deep question well done. There would were dude 10 years old from England as well, when jabril came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam during Ramadan? Did they read the whole Quran in one sitting? Or did they pray little bits every day? Well, what we understand is that they pray a little bit every day. That's what we understand. Okay. they revise the Quran over Ramadan. And in the last Ramadan, they revised it twice. So we understand that it happened in bits every day and Allah knows best. Fatima Sophia, who's 12 years old from India. Welcome Fatima. She says, since your wishes always gets

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answered Angelina, can you ask Allah to make a non Muslim who has a very good friend of yours come to gender to be with you.

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We all have Bless you, Fatima. And may Allah bless your heart and keep your heart beautiful. It's a very beautiful question and it shows what a beautiful heart you have. And the answer to that question is, in general, you can have whatever you want, as long as Allah said you can't have Okay, so Allah said, Whoever doesn't die as a Muslim, then they will be in the Hellfire forever. So this is something that Allah said, which means that we can't ask for someone who passed away as another Muslim to be put in gender because Allah said he won't do that. And why did Allah say he won't do that? Allah said, because it's not fair. Gender is for the people who believed in Allah when they

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lived on earth. Is it fair that Allah puts the person who didn't believe in Allah, Allah?

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Say, it's not fair, right? Allah is fair, and Allah is just, he gives everyone the chance to go to gentlemen, but then they need to decide for themselves. Do they want to go to gender or don't they want to go to gender? If they want to go to gender they must become Muslim. Okay. So in general, you will have whatever you want, except that which Allah said you can't have all right time is running out very quickly nusseibeh from India who is eight years old says we learned in the previous series that the gates of Jenna open when we say I shall do La ilaha illa Allah after performing Hulu, and you also told us that in Ramadan, the gates have agenda open this is a good question. Listen to

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this. So does that mean we don't have this a

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good question. I've done like

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Do the thumbs up this a good question from the safer, the safer saying the gates of gender already opened in Ramadan? So do we have to say I said, well, La ilaha illa Allah when the gates already open? And the answer to that question is yes, because you also get rewards when you do it, the rewards are the size of the gates of gender being opened. So even though the gates are open, you should still do it. So you still get the rewards, which are the size of the gates of genda being open. Okay, you say? Well done. All right. Excellent. Selman from Nigeria. What is the difference between pm Elaine to have Jude and tarawih? Very good question. So the man who's 10 years old from

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Nigeria pm will lay refers to the night's prayer. Any prayer you pray at night is kochiyama Lake even selective Isha you prayed at night, it's called pm. pm lay. So any standing that you do at night to worship Allah is known as pm lay. But then we have had the highest good is that the ammo level that you do when you sleep, and then you wake up? That's called the head up, Emily. Okay, if I can make it easier to hydrate Pamela. It's called the 100. But it's part of the I will lay. Okay, so it's like you have a bucket and that bucket is called Tamil lake. And in the bucket, you have taraweeh. And in the bucket, you have to hydrate. So turabian is part of the bucket called pm will

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link open when do you call it the hydrate? You call it the hydrate when you go to sleep and you wake up? Why? Because it's hot, when you're sleeping you sleepy and then you have to wake up. So it needs jouvet it needs effort. And tahajjud reverse to Salah that you do when you make an effort. Okay? What is that? Are we tarawih? Is that the Yama layer that we do in the month of Ramadan? Five? We have a question here from us. Who's six years old from England? Did Allah create the dinosaurs?

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And did the dinosaurs exist? Well, the Quran doesn't tell us whether dinosaurs existed or didn't exist. Which means if the Quran doesn't say yes or no, we look at other evidences and other evidences, for example, experienced and to be experienced, we know that they were dinosaurs because through fossils, right? Through fossils, we know that dinosaurs did exist and they were big. So from a Muslim perspective, we say that yes, dinosaurs did exist, because Allah didn't tell us in the Quran that they didn't exist or they didn't exist. But Allah told us in the Quran that he created different things and some things that we don't even know. So we have to look Americana known as

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Allah says, Allah says, as he was telling us, Allah says in the Quran, Allah says we created that which, which you don't even know. So we can say that this ayah includes diagnosis. This includes diagnosis, okay, but what the diagnosis was big? Well, yes, dinosaurs are known as terrible lizards. That's what dinosaur means, right? Terrible lizards, right? I'm teaching you all these things. When they read their books, they come teach me so that's how I learned I learned from them. Right? these dinosaurs that are that are dinosaur means terrible lizard. They were big. They were massive. And they lived around 220 million years ago. So long right?

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How much could they bite different dinosaurs used to buy different things fella by the teacher okay. So

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they were massive but do you know that even Adam it Sam was massive. Adam and he said I'm our father was so big. That his job his job? Right his job was as big as a football pitch.

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All right. Very good joke.

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So either way he Salam was so big, so massive, Masha, Allah, that some people tried to make his shirt Easthope. And by looking at the different things that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam taught us in the Quran and the Sunnah. And when they made the soap, it was big as a football pitch. And I know everyone knows how big a football pitch is, because I can see Manchester City and Manchester United and Liverpool popping up there. In the comment box, it was as big as a football pitch. Imagine if you're wearing a shirt that was as big as a football pitch. How big were you to Panama? So it was massive. So it's not strange that we had dinosaurs that were big. One last

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question very quickly. And this is from a man who's 11 from England. She says my mama I think that means my uncle says pray for sooner before the fog of war then too, but my dad is is it's too before and too after. Similarly in Asia my mama says to after father but my

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My dad says to before and after, I know it's tough, but can you please tell me how does this go? Mashallah, Mashallah. Mashallah, Emma, you have a lot of chefs in your house.

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A lot of chefs, they're very lucky. But thank you for asking your question and May Allah bless your mama and bless your dad. The answer to that question is found in the hadith of ohm Habiba, radi Allahu Allah. She says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that a house will be built in Jannah in Jannah for the one who prays 12 Sunnah prayers in the day and the night and they are as follows for a cat before door and to a cat after door and then to record after Muslim and to record after Isha and two records after photo. I hope that answers the question young ml and that brings us to the end of today's program. inshallah. I will see you next Saturday for the Tafseer lesson at

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12pm. UK time. I really had fun answering your questions, and I will see you again next Sunday for part two of our q&a program. Don't forget to like the episode share the episode subscribe to the channel. I really love building gender with you all and i know i might end up dumb but I do feel the same. Until next time. Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

Important: At the end of the video (in the rush of ending it) I had a slip of the tongue. I said that the 2 Sunnah of Fajr are done (after). This was a slip of the tongue, and the correct version is that the 2 Sunnah of Fajr are done before the 2 Faradh (Obligatory) units. Apologies for the inconvenience.

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