Sexual Relations, Blood & Iftar – Book of Fasting #03

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When I was relying on fusino, CTR, Melina done

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for me a little further,

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a lot, quieter Buddha sharika shawanna, Mohammed an ambu. Also solo It was early, he was happy, he was fundaments esteem. And if you want to know your deen of last week's lesson, we began covering those who are excused from fasting. So the command must pass as fast as a general command for all of the Muslims. And it is considered to be from the foundations of Islam. And the scholars tend to use the term or many of the scholars tend to use the term pillar of Islam. So they say from the arcane of Islam, but the Prophet is allowed to sit and use the terminology munia Islam is built on these five things, and usually a pillar has to be put on a foundation. So these are actually the

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foundation of Islam and there's no harm in calling them pillars as long as people understand that these are the from the foundations of the deen. So the fat fasting the month of Ramadan

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is not something to take lightly. And a lot of people

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when it comes to anything that's going on with especially now, you know, there are people saying I need to keep my throat moist throughout the day.

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You know, because of the virus and so I'm just you know, I'm gonna take off from a diet and it doesn't it doesn't work like that Ramadan is a very important part of it, and fasting this month is very important. And if somebody doesn't really have a legitimate excuse, and this is what we were going over, not two facts, that they are not allowed to leave off the fast and there's nothing up until now, that shows that there is any, from a medical perspective that a person is harmed, through fasting as it relates to this particular pandemic that we deal with a lot of stats. So

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we should take this very seriously. Make every intention to fast and as soon as tomorrow night and we could be praying tada we're because to today is the 28th of shabang.

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Tomorrow is the 29th so Thursday may be the first of Ramadan or the 30th of Shabbat Ben lumps down as allies with Julian but

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most fans out and make this for most of those who reach them. And amen and seeking his rewards with Hannah without it. So we

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finished last week we ended by talking about

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pregnant and nursing women and

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their obligation to make up the fast

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if they don't fast, and that is the

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physician of the for the moms and their schools, that they have to make up the fact some of them add on top of them

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that they have to feed a poor person for everyday they miss but that doesn't appear to be something that is waiting for them to do. The often mentioned that because this is a heavily text at the end of the day. And that is the position of the high nebula. And then there is another position held by some other scholars and it's attributed to Abdullah bin bass and a beloved Omar all the time and oh man that is that

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pregnant and nursing women do not have to make up the fact that they just have to feed a person for every day. That does not appear to be in line with the texts. And some of the scholars have said that actually attributed to that attribute attributing that position to Abdullah and Omar Abdullah and I best about the level of Tana Nkrumah doesn't seem to be representative of the actual opinion on the issue of last pants Allah knows best.

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Again, definitely the safest opinion

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and is the opinion of the majority of the scholars of Islam and it seems to be in line with the PS. And then, you know, we would take a woman who was

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fasting, excuse me, is pregnant or breastfeeding. And she will be considered to be enabled to fast temporarily, like somebody who has a temporary illness. Those people have to make up the facts. And so they are similar in that regard and Allah, Allah knows best favor.

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Go ahead with finish off this particular section for those who cannot fast due to old age or an incurable disease.

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must feed a poor person for each day this type.

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Color only for Rahim Allah.

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He says that those who cannot fast until old age, or they have an incurable disease,

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they must feed a poor person for each statement. That is because these two categories of people, either they, they've gotten to the point that, you know, in age where they're no longer able to fast, that person, we're never going to expect them to be able in the future too fast because they're not getting younger. So the reason why they're not fastened is because of age, and they're only getting older, so their condition isn't expected to, to change. And because of that, they're not going to be able to make up the fact so they feed a poor person for each day that they miss in the month of Ramadan. So that's going to be either 29 or 30.

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And again, they have to feed needy people, a lot of times this mistake, this mistake is made where people I mean, obviously, this year, we're not doing a large avatars into massages. But a lot of times people just they know they can't fast, they have some type of condition that does not allow them to fast, they just say I'm gonna do an avatar and the message. And I'll feed 100 people, well, those 100 people that not needy people, then you're not fulfilling the obligation, which is to feed a needy person for each day, each day that is missed.

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That's number one. Number two is that many of the scholars of Islam hold that it is not permissible for you to do it in advance, meaning that

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you can't feed a poor person on the second day of Ramadan, you can't feed like 15 on the first day 15 on the second day, because Ramadan hasn't come yet. So it hasn't been made an obligation on you in the first place. Right? That's the position of some of the styles and others say no, you can do it in advance. Last month animals best but the point is, those who cannot fast, either due to old age, and they don't have the ability or there's an incurable disease, how do we understand we know that the Prophet so happens to answer that Allah Subhana Allah has not sent them any or not place any illness, except that he has also sent down a cure for that illness. What do we mean when we say

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incurable diseases?

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Sorry, anything that is anything that isn't death,

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anything, anything your hope to be? Right. So here, when when the when the scholars actually use the tournament area, they say,

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they say model don't lay your jam, boo. And it's it's a disease that you don't, you don't expect there to be a cure. Because it there's no known cure for it at that time. So when they talk about incurable diseases they're talking about in terms of what is known to man at that particular time.

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They're not saying that there is some disease out there that there's absolutely no cure for it, because Allah Allah has put a cure for everything.

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So those are the people who are excused from fasting and that is their obligation that is that they have to feed a a needy person for each day that is missed their feeding of a needy person can be of two types, they can either feed them an actual meal, and something that a normal person would

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would eat for lunch, or for dinner.

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And, or, or they can give them a nice food sock and a half of a sock, which for rice, depending on the quality of the rice, but it's approximately a kilo and a half of and then and then our roadmap to make it simple.

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They use that across the board, even for the other goods that a person may a person may give away. And the reason why there's just a little discrepancy there is because of size is not a measurement of weight. It's a measurement of of volume, right? So for example, if we took a gallon of water, right?

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How much does that weigh?

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I don't know. I honestly don't know what a gallon of water would. But if you took that same container because a gallon is a is a container and you filled it up with cotton, would it weigh the same thing? Right. So the a sock deals with deals with volume, a saw of so a a mud, which is a rubber sign, okay?

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is a quarter of a song that's approximately point 75 liters approximate. Okay, so a song

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is like three liters,

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J. Now if you filled out with three liter container with dates, it's going to waste something different than if you fill it up with rice. It's going to be different. You know, you fill it up with raisins, for example. But to make things simple because the deen is not difficult, and if people don't have access to the moodiness and so on and so forth, and from from from a long time ago, we're not just talking about in recent times, your honor may have converted the sock over to what was popular amongst the the people at the time in terms of weights and measures.

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Next, things that nullify the fast, whoever breaks the fast by eating, drinking, things that nullify and fast By the way, that's my chapter, heading, if you will, this is not that. That's why it's in brackets, the author didn't say that this is the author's name is whoever breaks the fence not from whoever breaks the fast by eating, drinking intentionally vomiting, a jab at copying, or brought in for tax or induced emission of seeming must make up the day only like,

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Okay, so here,

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the author is talking about things that nullify the fast. And the reason why is because obviously, your fast is built on what you don't do what you refrain from not what you actually do. So it's important to know what what exactly do I need to refrain from so that my vast will remain valid. And here the office that talking about whether a person is sinful or not sinful? It's talking about those things that break the facts, period?

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Because a person may do this, and it's permissible for them to do their traveling and they break their fast What is it how what is it that breaks their fence? So a traveler who eats breaks his fence, but he's not he's not sinful? Right? So that so the point is here, what is it that nullifies my fast what is it that makes the fast and valid?

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So the there are three

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that are mentioned both in the Quran and the Sunnah, and they are held each map and all of the scholars of Islam have consensus that these three things are what they call move up three right? So that that's the word you want to know in Arabic and move up to the right those things which break the fast and they also called in the books of fifth move see that a song or move see that a cm? Those things which

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make your fast invalid. Alright, so this those three I wouldn't know if they call them Manhattan perfectly lots of them I have to move see that those things which are the

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the main things that break your fast and that's food, drink, and sexual intercourse? Okay. GMAC and that's because

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a lot of hands alysus and grind for kulu wash labu had to get a title title so even if I did to my team who see me then they will advise you when to act in front of a massage before I have a low income country. conference every Congress talking about did you make that? So the point is here last trends, Alec tells us in his eyes 187 times

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to eat and drink until this particular time, so at night, you can eat and drink. And also prior to that, you mentioned that you can enjoy you know your spouse's

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up until the white thread becomes clear from the from the black thread, in other words, up until the time of the dam for fetching.

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Okay.

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Very clear. Isn't that a private it is for law to Sudan where he

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mentioned that a loss of hair which Allah says about the fasting

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that the reward for the fasting is with him. Not only that, it's not going to be limited to 10 to 700 times but that orders with the last panel exotic he says Yeah, that would tie my wish. I wish I mean edgeley he leaves off his food and his drink and his desires for my sake. So, these are what are known as the

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you know, the the main things that break a person's fast and again, this is h mad monster Scott. So the author mentions number one eating number two, drinking number three, intentional vomiting.

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Intentional violence is based on heading to the property assigned to Sudan, where he says whoever intentionally vomits Milan

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falafel

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I lay down whoever is overcome by his vomiting. In other words, he didn't do it intentionally and just,

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you know, stomach was messed up and he wound up vomiting. That's something that he intentionally did, that that person does not have to make up the facts, but a person will intentionally violence either by sticking their finger down their throat or smelling something, for example, that they know is going to induce vomiting, then that person has to make up the fast. And that is the mother of the high nebula. And that's what he mentioned here.

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Also, he says unpay, Jana,

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and hijama is copying.

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And there's a big discussion.

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You know, on this particular issue, the the Hamble method is that the jammer breaks the fast and it is the

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position of many of the or all of the fuka how they call for the hat who had been the the focal half amongst the scholars of Hadith. And that's because the Prophet alayhi salatu salam saw two people, one of them, you know, was performing hijab on the other and the Prophet it has a lot to sit and set up, Paula had that other narration, these two have broken a fast. And in some narrations, he said, I've taught on how do you know what am I doing. And he's the one who is getting the hijama perform, and the one performing the hegemon has broken their fast.

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Now, the majority of the scholars don't take this position. And there are other texts that they cite. And there's a big, you know, difference of opinion, which we're not going to go into here. What I will talk about is just the the meta of itself, which is that it breaks the fast amongst the scholars of the meta, and the scholars of Hadith. In fact, when it comes to this particular issue, they have two ways of interpreting this Howdy.

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Or two ways of looking at it. Some of them say that there is no rational reason behind this ruling.

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We accept it as it is, and we don't make PS on it is to apathy. Probably some set it and that's it. So somebody performs hegemon and then their fastest broken and the one who is getting the hijama performed the cupping perform, then they break the fast, but

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but if somebody goes in a, for example, they donate blood, it doesn't break the effects, because donating blood is not a general

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understanding. All right. The other scholars saying no, the hustle as it relates to campus sharking. I think the default position when it comes to the rulings of the Shinya is that there's a there's a reason is

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because the last one is Alice Hakeem. And he prescribed these things for a reason. So the reason here, when it comes to hegemon, is because this person is losing a lot of blood. So anything else that would cause a person to lose a lot of blood.

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You will have the hegemon it takes the same ruling as the hegemon.

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And they say that the one who's the one performs the hegemon.

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Well, let me ask you why you think? Why do you think that person? Why would approximately Some say that person broke the facts?

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Cuz he's making a Muslim break his face like

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so if you fed another Muslim, would that break your face? Nobody would even know they would say it's hot. They wouldn't say British

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touching blood.

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See, this is a panelist sometimes we you all you have to back up because we think about hijama we think about the guy standing there with what? He's got tools. Right. And he's using these electric tools. Well, newsflash, they didn't have those at the top of the process. They didn't have electricity either. So what was happening a lot of times for the hegemon was they were doing what they actually they themselves, the Hajin is sucking himself, you know, trying to because they don't have suction cups and that type of thing. Right, so he's actually sucking fur, they call it it's Melinda and he, in other words, is most likely that he's actually ingesting and testing the blood,

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the head and then they you know, the rule is that nothing new Yeah, I mean to Nazism is either 10 million in other words, and because it's so prevalent that that's the normal case, then we just assumed that even if he didn't even be super careful

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We just assume that he actually has ingested some blood and it has broken his fat. So don't scholars say that the headjam today that the one that performs the hegemony today and doesn't do any of that, that his fast is not, it's not broken.

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Type number five.

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So that's number four. Number five is for type induced emission of Sema as just a nice way to say that the

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trying to make it a

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suitable for work.

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In Arabic, it says, Now we'd be more Bashar

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Bashar, it means

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Jani one body and against another body. That is, is that the person has emitted seen Exactly. So whether that's rubbing or any other way that a person ejaculates by their own

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choice, then that breaks the fast which is different from a person who wakes up and they realize they had a wet dream that doesn't break. Because that wasn't done by doesn't wasn't done by choice. Those find the author says

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that the person who breaks the fast in any of those ways that they that their obligation is to do what to make up to make up the day. obligation is to make up the day. And they're not getting into theological issues like making Toba which, if a person does break the fast without a valid excuse, then they also along with making up the day, they have to, they have to make till

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you just got married, you have your wife, and that situation happened.

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I am sad, to be honest with you, I can't conceive that just happened to me personally, I don't understand that like that, except that there was a little bit more going on. And if there was a little bit more going on, and that happens in the fastest broken and they have to, and they have to make total and make up the day. And the profit it is like to sit and would kiss his spouses while he was fasting. But as I show the old town and sir, back in Canada, and Maluku come near me, and he was the one that had the most self control. So the situation that you described, it doesn't, I'm not saying it can't happen, I just don't know what to happen. You know, we just hugged and, you know, it

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doesn't seem like it stopped there, it seemed like it went a little further than just or just a kiss. And that means that the person didn't exercise any self control. And that is a person needs to protect the fast and is that it's not something we should take lightly that there's a person who does have to maintain the sanctity of the rest of the day. Now, so a person who breaks the fast without a valid excuse, they still have to fast the remainder of the day. And they have to make that data, which is different from a person who has broken the fast with a valid excuse. Okay, and then that excuse no longer exists for them. They don't have to fast the remainder of the day. For

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example, a person was traveling in the beginning of the day, and they broke their fast and they get home at three o'clock in the afternoon. So there's four hours or five hours left in the day, that person can continue to eat and drink. However, as Muslims, we need to be very careful about what we do publicly. Even here, even in a land where the rest of the people are not Muslim. We still have enough Muslims that if a Muslim saw you eating in public in the daytime of Ramadan, it may even demoralize them we don't get into panela sometimes I don't think that people are just walking around like angels in their faces that great. You know, they see you you know walking around with a thorn

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or sister with niqab born and then they like men. That's you know, that's my example. And then you even a slice of pizza in public, even though you have a valid excuse. They don't know about your Valley excuse that may even what I'm saying is that make demoralize people and in the sanctity of the month of Ramadan, and definitely in the lands of the Muslims. And you definitely don't do if you're not fasting, you don't publicize the fact that you are not fasting even with the even with the legitimate excuse

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for those

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that in fact, in fact, some of the scholars is a strong, strong opinion. And they say they they can't make up the day. There is no making up that day that they have to increase and righteous deeds and and Toba to try to show a loss mentality that they feel bad about what they did, which

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You can't make up that thing the sanctity of Ramadan is beyond being made up as a strong opinion but

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however the author wants to separate between those five and then the one is going to mention here which is

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are those who break the fast by sexual intercourse must make up the day and free a slave if you cannot create a slave he must fast two consecutive months and if you cannot do so, you must be at 64 people

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right so that shows the severity of someone who breaks the fast by sexual intercourse because not only do they make up the day, which is what the same thing that the other people do, but they also have to free asleep which is not possible

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in this day and age. If that person cannot free asleep then they have to fast two consecutive months. two consecutive months

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has no job

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and they cannot do that. Then they have to feed 64 people so

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I remember reading one time

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those two consecutive months if for some reason person

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for some reason breaks the fast maybe after 20 days and he's got to start those 60 days all over That's correct. Because he didn't fast 60 consecutive days it's like somebody who prayed three rakaats a door and then they broke will do

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or right before to test me

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and a Roku

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gotta go start over so that's it that's a condition

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suppose someone does this

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but didn't know

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you know consequences of it and a year later found out

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Alright, so I'm gonna get to that inshallah

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this

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due to the time we can't go over but this this is based on a Hadeeth where the man came to the Prophet idea selected was 70 sales for the La haluk and he said what happened you know and he said you know I went to my wife and Ramadan you know in the data

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and sort of privacy Some said the you know, can you free a slave and then the Prophet it is a lot that was said and then he said no, and then he said, Can you fast two months and some narration he said, am I in this position right now except for that I was trying to fast one month I couldn't even do that.

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And sort of problem solving some said you have to feed 64 people and he said there's no body between the lab between these two hot

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a lab is a

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place where the lava has come down from volcanic rocks, I mean still you can see in Medina so he says nobody basically in this whole area has poured in me.

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And so the problem is, is that no to tell him I mean, now they didn't know what to do but the man couldn't do any of these things. Somebody came up with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Southern

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that's when the processor is set up gave it to the to the man and said, you know, to

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give this away since you can't you don't have the ability to feed 64 people. The promise I sent him said okay, now I'm giving you something go give this away to 60 poor people. And he said, he said I've kind of Mineola anybody important. So the process over again a smile just shows you the mercy of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in

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and it showed you something else.

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The prophesied sound left that between him and Allah. He didn't go back and send somebody to check on his family and

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that's that's what it is okay? And, and people have to realize that that the Mufti is not going to stand between you and save you from the fire. You go you lie to a Mufti because you want to get effectual that suits your desires. That's probably between you and Allah.

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You know, and because a lot of people do that, unfortunately, they they craft the question in a way to get the answer that they looking for. Perhaps I set up the ad and

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I'm only gonna judge based off of what I hear.

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You know, so I'm a personalized to me and because of that they get a portion of what belongs to them rather than only taking a portion of the Hellfire people have to be very careful because a lot of time like I said, you know if the LM AC here is in Saudi law, it says I've been it could have been a non federal Mufti you know, put between you and the fire the federal government

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and so people you know, they go and they take Fatah even even just taking even federal shopping and taking fatality that you don't they don't even sit right which you know, is something not right with that federal

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Would you still say man, that's the easy way out from that's not gonna say it's not gonna save you last month Allah knows we'll see your heart and you have to be very careful in any event, this Hadeeth

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even on Moloch in Rahim Allah tada

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he brings something like 50

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benefits from this Heidi in his shot

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on the on the tour I can, but

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we have Zane, the Dean irati son of the famous of Iraqi head the site, he wrote a book one is heavy,

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he wrote he wrote a book

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with 1001 benefits

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so, the the point, the point being here is that the the person that is

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as one thing to to break the fast with the you know, the other five ways that were mentioned, and it's a totally different thing to break the fast sexual intercourse and they all have to be left the the condition for a person having broken the effects due to these things that we mentioned is that they are adamant that you don't walk out that they have done it with knowledge that they knew that this breaks too fast

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that they remember that it breaks the fast as we'll cover in this in the next hydrant inshallah. So in other words, if a person forgot that they were fast and they drink something, which is more likely in the beginning of Ramadan than it is, you know, as you go along

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so that that person there fast isn't broken, because they they forgot and locked up that is that they chose to do those things that they weren't forced that they weren't forced lungs that I need to think about the fact that there are certain places we don't Muslims actually forced to eat in the daytime of Ramadan.

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Just because they are Muslim,

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you know,

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then then begin the last day fast is still valid, because they were forced, they were forced to eat there wasn't there wasn't a choice.

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So the those three things have to be in place, they have to know that it was that it is that it's something that breaks the fat. So for example, let's just say that somebody didn't know that he Gemma breaks the fast, and they got a jam. And then he learned later on. And they accepted that opinion. But he generally breaks it fast. They don't have to go back and make that that they have it faster still battle. They have to remember that they're fast. And they have to do it under the own volition not not having been forced to do so now. Here's the issue.

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If somebody knows it's harm, but they don't know the penalty. They're not excused from the penalty.

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They know what's hot.

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That's what counts. So if somebody says, I know murders, hold on, but I didn't know that if I murdered somebody. I'm gonna face capital punishment. I thought I was just gonna be 15 solid 20 Walk it off probation, you know, to get on parole?

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You know, ain't no,

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no, that doesn't work. So a person who knows that it's hard

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to have sexual intimacy in the daytime or Ramadan. But they don't know that Oh, if I do this, I'm gonna have to bear 60 consecutive day doesn't change. That's, that's they still have to

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still have to do that. Now.

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All right. We're moving on. Now we've actually finished the part where the author is mentioning fic rulings. And we move on to this part where the author is just going to give us 15 straight Howdy. With no explanation. No fit rulings. It's the only place in the book that that he does this. But man has Sadie King has a great book, by the way. I mean, like people just want to have a basic fifth book to memorize because he mentioned between x and ahaadeeth approximately and this is like unheard of for beginners book. He's in a range of like 360 365 new suits and texts between a Heidi and I. And it's still a simple book, I mean in terms of the language and he's not trying to go too deep and

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give you a whole bunch of you know,

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difference of opinion here and there. And so it is a good book for a student of knowledge to to memorize

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by publishing

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the Prophet Mohammed Salah law so this is the first heavy, prophesied selling some say whoever forgets that he is fasting and eats or drinks should complete as fast or it is a law who has fed him and given him drink.

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There's heavy news collected by Hon Hardy and Muslim

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what we gain immediately from this hadith is that the person who eats or drinks during the daytime of Ramadan

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because he forgot that he was fasting, when he remembers he should stop and he does not have to, he does not have to make up his fast that that is overlooked and forgiven for him. However,

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those of us who see a another Muslim eating or drinking

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in the daytime of Ramadan, just say hey, I cannot forget this Ramadan have to figure this Ramadan, remind them because that is our obligation, our obligation is to is to remind them of the sanctity of the month of Ramadan, I

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know that they would have to spit it out if it's in their mouth.

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If they remember that particular time, they remember the time when it's in the amount because after that point, now they had swallowed what's in the mouth is not considered to have entered is that

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we covered move up the wrong

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like we forgot. So

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yeah, we cover those things and break the fast I'm sorry, I'm only mentioned that because I meant to talk about I meant to talk about things that commonly people think break the fat, so you just kind of jog my memory on it.

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So whatever is in the mouth is not considered to be it's not it doesn't break your fast no matter what it is until you swallow it. So once it gets past your throat, then that is considered to to break the fence. So I'll go over that. There is a general rule, I'm saying the same to me, I have a lot of Tyler champion this particular position in his book called Happy Good to see ya. The reality of fasting. So he talks a lot about what it is that breaks the fast and so he he mentions

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in this passage very strong.

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That whatever enters your body by way of the mouth or the nose, those are called the total camera Ted and normal ways that a person would

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you know, ingest ingest, yeah. And supply the body with nutrients. Okay, that normal way, which is through the mouth, or through the nose, the anything that enters into the body, what they call a joke, through those two passageways breaks the fast

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even if it's not something that is food or drink.

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So for example,

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if a person was, you know, having some pain, Ramadan, they want to take a pill, but they're not going to drink anything, and just put the pill in a mouth and a swallow. Does that break the fast? Yes, that breaks the fast because it entered the body through the normal ways that a person is fed.

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But if they went to the hospital or they had a suppository, for example, that did the same thing.

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That doesn't break the fast because that's not a normal way that a person would.

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That's not a normal way that a person would nourish themselves. Okay?

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Next point, anything that nourishes the body,

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no matter what way it enters, even if it's, you know, through the veins or whatever other way, then that breaks then that breaks the fast. Okay? So an injection, or if a person is on an IV

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would stay alive on IV for weeks or even longer with no food because that is actually nourishing them then that breaks the fast but if the what they're taking you know, intravenously is is something that is for pain, for example, the neck does not break the fast. Okay.

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Clear. Yeah. So basically anything that goes into the in the body

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nourishment,

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right, there's things that go into the body to nourish the body, the net does break, that breaks too fast, for the person who's suffering about it medication, right? out through the mouth, right? If they if they've taken some kind of medication,

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but not sort of mouth and that sort of those, then it is then it does not break too fast.

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But also the mouth

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is not considered to be inside of the inside of the body, which is why you can make will do, it doesn't break your bass.

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Okay.

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And this is also why it's permissible for, for example, someone who was cooking and they need to taste food that they put enough salt in that it's permissible for them to taste, because that's not the inside of the bag. Now, does that mean and they should be cautious not to use it not not to not to swallow, but is why it's also permissible for you to brush your teeth, while you're fasting is permissible to use a miss Wang quite fast and so on and so forth. Because that's not considered to be inside. Now, does that mean that absolutely nothing is going to enter? No, it doesn't mean that something is definitely going to enter but it's negative. And it's a negligent amount. And so it

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doesn't have a rolling shoreline.

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And we should

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actually

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now

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brush your teeth with toothpaste. It's permissible. I mean,

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the reality is, is that I mean for a person that wants to be very cautious and avoid any feedback between scholars and that type of thing like that and they want to avoid it, that's fine. I mean, some of the scholars because of the heavy that a prophet is selected was sent to him. When he says when he saw me up there, we're in the library and misc that the the foul odor that emanates from the mouth of a fasting person is more beloved to Allah Subhana Allah than the smell of musk

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there are some scholars that say so because of that you shouldn't use the miswak after half the day and Ramadan but you know that doesn't really seem to be strong evidence for that because that smell is not coming from your mouth actually is coming from inside you can't actually change that that and the reason why it's more beloved to last Pantheon is because it is the result of par is the result of of obedience to a loss of hands and just because of lost hands it loves it doesn't mean that the people around you love it. So you have to be you know conscious of that as well.

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Sorry about the last round going back to

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his feet his finger 4% cheaper than feeding 64 is feeding I mean not 6060 is feeding one that is freeing them up. Oh it's freeing the slave

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so how does that factor is it mean like you don't have the ability to freeing the slave is is more expensive. It is more than yet freeing the slave is more expensive than feeding 64

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is the law while he was an apostle said people will remain upon goodness as long as they stand in breaking the fast Yeah. No as long as they hasten the breaking of the fast like

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mesh.

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Okay,

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fight this heavy. The problem is a lot of Sadam says liaison, NASA will be hired in general,

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that people will remain upon hire.

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It wouldn't mean what it means here that they'll remain upon here. It means that they will remain followers of the Sunnah of the prophet is a lot to say, damn it, it means that they'll remain on the right path as it relates to unfiltered as it relates to breaking the fence as long as they as long as they hasten to break the fast pace and to break the fast means that they break the fast as soon as the sunsets means that they break the fence as soon as the sun sets that they don't wait. So Pamela

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and it says if the profit is galactosyl and predicted that there will be

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certain schisms in this oma and certain sects that follow the way of anarchy tak and the Prophet Alayhi Salaam city I mentioned in another version of this hadith not not collected in this headings as agreed upon. So

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yeah, not collected in the second half. But the profit idea so it was said I mentioned that the Jews delay there.

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There is time that the Jews delay if time. And it's well known that from the mikaze did of this Shelia

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of the Prophet it is slightly different the objectives is that we distinguish ourselves from those nations that have come before us. This is not something that we should take lightly. It's something that's very important. And it's something that is de emphasized.

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Especially in the West, where we live in pluralistic societies, where we're supposed to be accepting of anything and everything.

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And that's not healthy. It's not healthy, to not challenge what other people may feel and norms. It doesn't mean it's just supposed to be disrespectful, it doesn't mean that you are violent, that none of them, but just because something is normal in a particular place, or has become normal, does not mean that it is correct. And so our guidelines are from the, from the teachings of our Prophet idea, so how to set it

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and he made certain things now for us that were for the, for the previous nations, and they are things that are not permissible for us that that they deem to be permissible. And there are many things in the Sharia, that show us you know, when a prophet is so it was sent in wanted us to be different, he wanted his flowers to be different.

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And they are different, because they are and I don't want this to be taken out of context. But we're different because we're better. As an omen doesn't mean individually, I'm better than any other person or that is killer, or pride, or arrogance involved with, with the way of our Prophet, his teachings are better than the teachings of everybody who proceeded. And on top of that, they don't even have the teachings of the people who preceded them. They revelation wasn't wasn't preserved. And we do have revelation that is preserved. And so our Prophet Ancelotti will say that he's the best of the messengers, and his teachings of the best of teachings. And what happens a lot of times

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is because, again, because we live in a pluralistic society, and, you know, everybody's supposed to just be accepting of everything, which is,

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which is not really the case anyway.

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But

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because of that, we try a lot of times to assimilate, I don't want to seem so different. You know, I want to

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there's nothing really different between me and you, I say a lot and you say, God, and you know, everything else is the same everybody wants to gentlemen.

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But the reality is, there's a lot of differences. And a lot of times we do is disservice to to ourselves by by going down that route. And by saying, you know, look, man, I mean, it's one of the main differences we can see coming up right now we're striving we're going to be fasting the entire month of Ramadan, we're going to fast the stage with what to pray, it's night speeding the lights out, and I'm doing all that because my neighbor who's getting drunk, and you know, sleeping around and doing all types of stuff, he's going to Jen and I'm going to agenda is no difference between us. I'm striving for what, like, what are we really saying when we, when we push that type of agenda, I

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worship the last pantile alone, you know, I make my my efforts with him alone. I try my best to be sincere, and this person is doing whatever he's doing, because he wants kickbacks and he wants you know, self serving. It's not as though he any method and it's not it's not the same. So the Prophet is allowed to sit in as it relates to an avatar, he told us to hasten the if taught to not sit around and wait until you see the stars in the sky, which there's a famous set that attributes themselves to Islam that that's what they do. You can even see them some time and everybody else is breaking the fat as they sit around.

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Logging,

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breaking, just breaking or like having a meal. No, he's not breaking effects. So person and we'll talk about what we break the fast with a person who cannot physically break the fast The time has come in, they don't have anything to break. They just make the Nia that the offense is broken what cut edge and include a metal adder and Terra de la fittler.

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Tech field support minister soon in a new tab.

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Each month, they have

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consensus. There is unanimous agreement amongst the scholars that it is from the Sunnah of our Prophet It is unlikely to hasten to break the fast and to delay the support

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Could you pray without breaking your fast like, if I have nothing? If you have nothing to eat, of course, of course, because you you did break your fast with your intention.

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A person can break their fast in the daytime

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and not eat anything stuff law means Hmm. And they'll have to make the day it because intention takes the place of the physical axiom. So, for example, they say, That's it, I'm not like in their mind, they said, I'm not fasting anymore. And I'm stopping at that store up there. And I'm gonna buy something and that's it, I'm done.

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They broke the fast even before they got to the store.

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And then they got to the store that was closed. And they said, well, we're just going to keep fast passes broken stuff.

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You don't have to, you know, begin fast until the completion of the budget or until you hear a

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play.

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Yeah, I wasn't planning on talking about that.

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We got five minutes when we get to support which is coming up next and I'll talk about does that support that's not a thought.

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Ah, okay, in that case then yeah, once once you know the mother is in even if you haven't heard the event is permissible for you to break your fast except in a in a setting where you're with a bunch of other Muslims. Okay, and then we'll add one is there

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maybe he's one of those super cautious he got to wait two minutes or whatever, like that was doubling against the sooner but everybody else is waiting for him break your fast in your head. And then with your intention and then eat when everybody else needs

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to pray first and have a meal. It's best to eat dates and water along

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and then and if you have something small with it, that's okay. But no it's definitely not best to to

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bombard your system with a whole bunch of food. Right right in the beginning the dates in the water help to get your body prepared because you've been away for a very long time. And dates have three types they have glucose and sucrose and fructose and in fiber and so panela the date helps to to not only raise the sugar level which is important but also stabilize it so it doesn't spike but it raises it the way it needs to be and to stabilize the dates no doubt no doubt from why the last panel to Allah to the Prophet alayhi salaatu Sudan that we break our fast on things. No doubt about it because there's nothing period better that you can break it faster.

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And then the water is also purifying for me.

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I feel we're never gonna finish the book. And when we finish it next week, that's it. I'm done. I'm going on Ramadan sabbatical

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eat the pre dawn meal for there's blessing in

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Yeah. Okay, so the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said to set how to eat the pre dawn meal at which you're eating is called saddled with a fat head on the scene or a after the S soul that's what you eat. Okay. That the act of eating is called suhoor okay with the with the s u or a bomba on the on the C circle just like you have will do which is the action of right purifying yourself

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and you have wobbu which is the water that is used to make what do you think so the private it the saliva was sent outside to Sahara will

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eat the pre dawn meal for there's blessing in Suho there's blessing and that action of eating this hole

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that is collected by Boko Haram Muslim very quickly, because we only have two minutes for very quickly. This Baraka that the Prophet is allowed to listen and talk about my process, I'm say indivisible, Cody Baraka Baraka, Baraka means that there's higher caffeine but there's a lot of good and it also ghen Mui as that that is that it, it grows, okay.

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So, the support itself and the sample, the meal itself is Mubarak there's Baraka, Allah Subhana, Allah puts blessing it, which means that even though it may be something that you take, that's a light meal, something that's little eating it at the time of support is something that the evening that we'll be doing

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Less follows into how to enable suffice you in ways that

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it doesn't add other times, and we all have experienced that you need something for support. While you're fast and panela A lashing throughout the day, you eat it on days and not fast, and four hours later, you're ready to eat again. I mean, like, you're literally like, man, I have anything today as the same thing. But some had a lot that support has has been okay. Also, you think about the time that you're eating normally within the last third of the night. And it's better to delay it even more than that. So that is closer to the event, like the support of the Prophet is watching. Where he would stop eating proximately five minutes before, you know, before you then cut it off from

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Siena, I mean the time it will take one of you to read 50 x. So here the the the the the profit is lots of Sam's eating whole very late, there was no advance for him sack and he just wanted to tell you 20 minutes before budget time and all you need to stop eating no prophesies when we eat, eat after that. But the point is that, that that's a blessed time period, because that's a Muslim Lady and the divine zoo, last pantalla where he comes down to, to the lowest heaven, and is the time to make do I. And I mean, just the fact that it's strengthening your body. It's something that you're eating that at a normal time you wouldn't eat at that time, but you're eating at that time, in

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preparation for the event of a loss. So the support itself becomes embedded in this panel, we should train ourselves throughout the month of Ramadan, to turn normal mundane things that we do turn them into a bed. So horror is a bad eating, that's a horse is he bad, but we have to have the intention. And the last fact Allah will reward it for reward us for that. Likewise, any sleep that you may do, because you're trying to be stronger for the worship of Allah Subhana Allah because you know that if you're asleep some portion of the day that you won't be able to stand at the night, then that sleep becomes a bad as well. So the point is, we should use this so over is a way that we can start

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training ourselves to turn normal mundane actions into acts of a bed and we have to stop this kind of colonial hamburger shadow to stop We're going to be late in the night and we will finish next week.

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Even if I have to go after.

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Oh no, you're not gonna have to mother them next week.

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This is Rama so we might start a little earlier. We