The Sahaba and Ramadan

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Tahir Wyatt

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Hey guys got Medina. May I think he live for now will be one minute live

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question where La ilaha illAllah

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Muhammad, an actor who wore a suit,

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and Nevada now stuck on Nikita law, Ohio Howdy, howdy, Mohammedan solomani. With some of them

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wanting to have we're putting them

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up now. So

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today's topic that was the topic that was given to me was

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titled,

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The Companions and Ramadan or

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Ramadan and the life of the companions or something along these lines.

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The only issue with that topic and a shout out at some point before loving it, we'll get to some of the narrations about the campaigns in Ramadan. The issue

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with that topic is What is the significance of the companions in Islam? So before we start looking at how did they live in Ramadan, we need to understand who they were, were the companions of the messenger, sallAllahu wasallam. And what is the status in Islam? And why are they so important and before that, we need to understand the importance of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and how he lived in Ramadan. But to get to that topic,

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which I was going to speak on directly.

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There's another point that I think is very important for us to recognize at the beginning of

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the series of lectures.

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And that is because one of the reasons is today, I received some correspondence from a brother who sent me a video of

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people got it, it must have been a couple 100.

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And they were making Vicky

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together.

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And there was one man in the middle. Okay, it was in the middle of them. And it was like he was running a like a quiet, he was going like this. And they were all bobbing their heads.

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It was very foreign to anything that I've ever seen attributed to Islam, though, I'm familiar with the fact that this is practicing certain places.

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So then there is a discussion about this particular video. And some people had a problem with it. And they said that as a part of faith expression, as a ritual as a form of a bandit, that this is something that's foreign to Islam. It's not something that the Prophet is allowed to send out, then Have you seen it? Honestly, I mean, we don't have a monitor here or a projector. But if I showed it to you just turn the volume down, you would not know what was going on and what doesn't look like anything familiar to us like salad or, or hydro, anything like well, I kind of did look like

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they were a circle. The issue here is this though.

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And that is that once then, the discussion about this into there were some who were saying, Well, if you say that it's not okay. Then what's your proof for not being okay? Okay. So it's like the person who prays five records for the word and then he says, What's the proof that I can't pray five records? Show me I know, Brian, that says that door is only four records. All right. Now we know that this is reverse life because in Islam,

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everything that is an act of rebellion, an act of worship, is considered to be impermissible. Unless there is an explicit test to show its permissibility. And when it comes to the aspects that are not ritual, okay, whether that is marriage, or divorce, or buying or selling or what clothes you wear, or whatever it may be, all of that is permissible, except if there's a text that says that it is impermissible. So if you want to wear for example, for example, if you wear pants, and a shirt, okay, and your shirt is play, and your pants are striped and someone says you can't wear them,

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okay? Because there's no delille that you can wear them that we were saying

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No, no, this is permissible, because this is not an act of eBay, I don't worship a lot by the type of shirt I'm wearing with the type of pants on. It's not an act of event that therefore it is permissible unless there's a specific text that says that it's not permissible. So, we do have texts that inform us of how a person's dress should be, especially when it comes to saliva, for example, that there always should not be exposed. So as long as the

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clothes that an individual is wearing is covering the odor, that is the private area, which is from the navel to the knees, then for the male that is, then we would say that this is permissible for him to wear, and not vice versa. Okay, so these are just principles of our religion, but it's very important for us to know

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how it is that that we, that we understand Islam,

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where do we take our Deen from because not not all of the Muslims and Not everyone who says that they are Muslim, agree on this point. And so it's very critical for us to understand these aspects of our religion before we go into because what's gonna happen is now, when we started talking about how the prophet SAW the lighting was Selim lived in Ramadan, someone is going to come and say to you, but my shave, said this, okay, my mobile and I said that.

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And we need to be able to really understand and be firm about where it is that we take our religion from. Because this is not something that's hidden in the Prophet it was to them explained this to us clearly. In fact, it was the farewell or some of the farewell advice of the Prophet is allowed to sit it is a famous Hadith that many of you know, the editor of EU energy advisory said, or the alone Thailand who said that he said, Why or why not Rasulullah sallallahu it was suddenly mohila 10 very light, what he likes to do with elephants. minha Allah who you he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave us a more either an admonition,

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a powerful admonition such that the hearts tremble

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and the eyes tear.

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And so he says, We sent to the province of Aloha, it was southern Canada, motiva to move in for OC now. It is as if this is some Farewell Farewell admonition. So, advise us now you can just imagine, there are people that get rich, okay. As a matter of fact, there's one I can't think of the title right now. But there was a guy who had prostate cancer. And he was like in fourth stage or something like that. And the doctors told him he had six months to live. He was a professor at

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Carnegie in Pittsburgh, and he wrote, you remember the name of that book?

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Anyway, this some farewell advice, his life lessons and farewell vice. And everybody held on to a really tight and he became, I mean, he got a lot of money off of that book. They've been translated into Arabic. They still have big signs and Medina

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with this guy's book, okay. And

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why is that? Because people look at that. And they say, this is a man who is dying, you know, his last words are going to be powerful, they're going to mean something. So that's true. That is true. Especially especially when it comes to the problem how much of a lie there was. This was farewell advice from the province of allied with some he said, we'll see it can be tough What luck was 75 what

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he said that I advise you with the tough law, a law and what's tough love about what's that?

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Fear of alone consciousness to be conscious of a loss of power to it. It comes from the root word, the fire, okay, we cry it when they use it for like medical terms, it means is preventive medicine. Okay. So that that tough one from Wikipedia is to put a pilot to put a barrier between you and the punishment of a lot sukanto attack without going into a lot of detail about topo because we talk about that tomorrow. And

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so he says Lucy from the tabla was 75 and to hear and obey even if the one who is the ruler over you is a slave,

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hear and obey because there is no jamaa without a form some form of obedience to a leader. That's not going to be okay.

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Everybody has the freedom to do whatever they want to do, unless there's some type of stabilizing factor. That is a lie. There was something said for interval mania extreme income, per se on a T laugh and Katia, because whoever from amongst who lives he's going to see great different whoever from amongst you, who's the promise like someone talking to me

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talking to the Muslims, whoever from amongst you lives is going to see great difference. Now, this is 1400 35 years after that he loved the promise of a lighter with some 1400 24 years after his death. And the Muslims have seen great difference. And we continue to see great different and they will be different amongst the oma because the promise I saw informed us of that.

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No doubt about that.

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What do we do when we encounter these differences? Are this different amongst the oma did the prophet SAW them leave it up to everyone's intellect or their rationale to try to figure out how it is that they're going to deal with this difference? Oh, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam instructed us, he said Friday can be so nutty. So stick to my summer, observed the son of my son was something that a lot of Rashidi get him in baggy. I do I they have been no,

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they're probably some says so, follow my sooner and the sooner of the rightly guided caliphs who come after me the felipa that is a bucket and oh, man and I do the alone time angle.

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Hold on tight with your molar teeth. What yakko

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more MP very careful about the newly invented matters because a very Nakula B is invalid, because every heresy is a strength. Everything that is invented new as it relates to the D is a scrape this heavy was a guidance for us. So when we look at for example, these this type of group that I mentioned at the beginning, then we put it on that scale, that scale of the tsunami the problems they solve them and the campaigns or the right the guy that he was who came to him and we look at that, and then we can measure we can say that this part is not from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, and therefore it should be avoided. However, the prophet is allowed to say that

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has taught us so many epcam that if we busied ourselves with those epcam along with reciting the Quran, we wouldn't even have time to do those things that are not from the deep, don't even have time to do it. And this is why when we understand that the deen is complete,

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and we should be pleased with what aligns with what Joe has prescribed for us, as a dean, we won't fall into those types of traps to stay trapped from shape time, very different from sin. And this in the sense that when they sin, usually a person recognizes that what he's doing is wrong. So he turns back to a loss of hair without ever if he has a heart that is alive, okay, then he will turn back to a loss of data and repent to Allah, that he feels remorse. Whereas if a person is doing something that they believe is from the D but it's not from the D, then what are they repenting from? So they want to continue to do this thing and perhaps meet Allah subhana wa tada with doing that and leaving

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off so much of the deed that could have been practiced had a person not engaged in these new inventive matters. And for that reason,

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Bukhari and Muslim they married a very interesting idea. They say, of the authority of the alongside angle, that a Jewish man came to me.

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And he said, Yeah, I'm your move me. Notice that the Jew is actually calling upon me, meaning, he says, Yeah, I'm in a movie. I have to be t taggie contempora una. Lo nonetheless, Alena, Mashallah Masaya who like to cut methodological Yomi

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he says,

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there is a there is an AI in your book that you all read,

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hadn't been revealed to us the Jews, we would have taken that day as an E that is the day that the that the iron was revealed, we would have taken that day as it as an E the day of celebration. So not only alongside who said to him a UI, which I are you talking about? And then the Jew Ray, and that's a shame that the Jews know these I had too many of the Muslims don't. Oh, yo. mode to left indeed a coup was meant to allay commnet Mati. What are these who left

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Islam Medina, the third is automatic.

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Today, I have perfected for you your D.

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A Yama ECMO Tula convenor I perfected for you all your deed, what it's meant to allay calamity and I've completed my favorite upon you. What are these who left home will Islam Medina and I am pleased with Islam as a theme for you.

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This This should be enough for every Muslim to recognize that Islam that aligns with what Joe was talking about the bride is that Islam that he revealed not stuff that people have brought into and call this man are not things that the Muslims do per se but what aligns with Joe revealed to his prophets of Allah it was Sunday and along

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with that as a way of life for us, and as Muslims we should be proud to be Muslim. Seriously we should we are honored to be from the home of Mohammed Suleiman. So and we should feel like that because allies would tell is pleased with this as a way of life for us. You know, you look at the Heidi outside you're gonna have you will cost me a lot of time and it was collected as a Muslim. He said men color he said that the Prophet is allowed to Sudan semicolon Hina semi, Chateau La ilaha illallah wa

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wa Chateau no Mohammed Abu Dhabi to be learning a lot then we'll be Mohammed masuleh will be Islami demon roofie although

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he does tidy the prophecy Salim said Whoever says when he hears them or anything, and then the scholars say at the end of the event, a shadow that a low actor will actually come don't need to translate that right.

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How do I know Mohammed Abu I don't need to translate down but he told me last year I'm thinking I am pleased with Allah as my

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as my sustainer and master and cherish will be Mohammed in Rasulullah. And with Mohammed as a messenger

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will be Islami demon. And with Islam as my way of life whoever says that whoever testifies to that after hearing the lesson for each event, his sins will be forgiven will feel alone

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so this is something that and as we know Ramadan is the month of July is the month of reading the Koran and is the month of Ramadan is the month of Ramadan that aligns with Joe forgives his service and as mercy upon them but it is the month of drives well we should memorize these types of drives every time you hear them. And you finish and you say I had to lie that a Mullah wacka who last year he was hired to enter Mohammed and I have to assume for the to be learning about Ben will be Mohammed rasoolullah will be Islam Deena it's not too hard to memorize inshallah, this thing that we should look at and you can memorize it this month, and then implement it for the rest of your life.

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And it will be something that you gained from this Ramadan. And so this these aspects of the deal I think are very important for us to understand where it is that we take our religion from. Our Deen comes from the book of Allah

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and the Sunnah of the Prophet so low, it was something that is why we follow as Muslims, we follow why we follow revelation. Now, some might say, Well, what about the statement of the Prophet alayhi salatu was set out as soon as he did.

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He also said to follow the Sunnah of the rightly guided Cletus but the Dean was done

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when Eliza gel revealed a nomadic monsoon vehicle which was 81 days before the death of the province of live sentiment I forget I forgot to mention the rest of that Id because of the low tide and who told you he said he said yes we know exactly when that I was revealed and the place in which it was revealed it was sent down to the Prophet Mohammed Salah low and it was telling them on the day of alpha which was in July which was which was Friday Fridays and eat for the Muslims. So the the topic here is

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the the question that I have is how do you understand that statement of the Prophet sly sentiment the religion was complete the why do we need to follow the some of the qualify CD

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ROMs

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Okay, Allah was pleased with them we have no that's in the Quran. All right.

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He says a savvy poodle oh man YG salt will live in San Juan de la who I know what I'll do is they will please with a lot a lot of speed with them but the deal was done so why do I need to follow them?

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I want you to follow this was complete

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practical implementation

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from real people basically other than the public from people who didn't receive what revelation right good so somebody else wants to say something

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yeah listen it's why

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is Ramadan those last you know the last track the last half hour the brain

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but but it is not this this is important because this is our This is the foundation of our religion. Where do we take our religion from this is where everything diverse, so when you start talking about for example, the Hawaiians with the first major sect in Islam, you know, along with the Shia, what was it? Where did they differ? Where what Where did they go wrong? Okay, they went wrong not that they didn't look at the key tab and assume that or the key tab especially as being a a reference point, but they went wrong when it came to interpretation. And this is where we this is where it comes in with the qualifier right you think how did they implement the sooner of the process in the

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process? How did they implement those things? What was their what why did they practically implement that so that we can see how these if and how the sooner the process is to be interpreted? All right, a lot so we have that methodology of interpreting the text okay along with understanding what is known as the collider in Islam but those those universal Maxim's okay that we get, that come from the light looking at the life of these great men who were the prophets of light he was someone was surrounded by Eliza which I was pleased with and whom Allah subhana wa tada mentioned that such a highlight in the bride. And so, this is where that concept comes in of following the Sunnah of the

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whole affair of why she did. So you will see for example, you will see that they did do certain things that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam didn't do.

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Okay. Okay. Give me an example of a famous example.

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He did some frames on a week, he came out the first night, and the people pray by them, he came off the second night that people pray behind them. And then the third or the fourth night, they were waiting and he didn't come out. And he said that he feared that it would become obligatory by surprise. So

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he didn't pray it though. All month of Ramadan. And we do so you could say that's when the sun oh my god alongside it. Yeah.

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Okay, collecting the Quran. Now, that was in this and I'm glad you mentioned that point that is gathering or, or collecting the Quran in one place and what we call today the Most High. Okay. So that was done after the time of the Prophet, it was gonna be his marriage to have it. And this is an important point here, that they had each Mac which means consensus, okay. And consensus in Islam is a religion. It is a proof that Islam is especially especially the consensus of the campaigns, because it's something that can be measured clearly, after the campaign was kind of difficult to tell. And was there a dissenting view in Iraq, for example, that nobody had heard of, or something

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like that. But in general, in general, its Mac is considered to be a proof. According to Allison, what other people may not consider is meant to be approved, which is where they go astray as well, because it's my What is my in general is is not consistent with it is unanimous, but what it is, it is the interpretation of text

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is the interpretation of text. That is what is my lines of being if you look back at it, because all of its map goes back to an eye or a headache or multiple eyes. And so what is my XP turns out to be his interpretation. Those who leave off that interpretation are going to wind up going astray, whether it is a by the way of the carnage, whether it is the Shia, the mortgagee, or whatever early groups came and those who follow their way today, even if they don't ascribe themselves to them, they are still people who follow those certain ideologies.

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So again, therefore, as a

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listener

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are the and where we take our religion from is to keep that in the center, and each map. And that is why shekel Islam and potamia came a long time before many other scholars said, but this is a summary of what they said. He says men call him when he was soon as he Well, it's mad for who I mean, as soon as he won Japan, whoever takes his Deen from the keytab. And the sooner and it's mad than he is from either tonight. What is your man? And this is the way we measure is the way we measure whether we are from out of signal or not do is that the basis of rd? Or do we base our being on dreams? Like some people do. They say they saw lies within a dream. And the revelation came to them.

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Unfortunately, unfortunately, people like that still had followers today.

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And they give them little tidbits like that. their followers really believe that they have a direct connection to a loss of handling time, whether it is through

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dreams or any other matter of Revelation. And then there are some who venerate people and hold them up to a position in Islam that goes far away from the keytab and assume that in his mind, does that mean that we don't read the books of the scholars of Islam? Absolutely not? Absolutely not. Because it is through the scholars of Islam, that we are able to welcome do not have an easier understanding of what it is that Eliza Jo intends for us to understand and the bride and the life of the Prophet Mohammed civili. It was as soon as those books for example, like some people, they say we don't read books of Philip

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hambly or Maliki or Chevy or or Hana v. Why don't you read books a bit? Because those are methods we have to follow the keto habits in this.

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Danny Eman Shafi

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email, email. These were scholars of the sooner It was called with Assemblyman Malik has a huge book.

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It's nothing but narrations of the product by seller and if you don't want to others, others to have especially Okay.

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What What is the purpose of these medinat? What we don't want to do is become blind followers of a man that to the point that this is what the men have said and is clearly something that opposes that from the sooner than the majority of the scholar that gets that But no, because I'm Maliki Okay, I can't follow. Oh, because I'm happy. I'm not raising my hands when they say we're not going because I'm heading type Yaki

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Party and the majority of the scholars of Islam who take that opinion, okay that you should raise your hands and those other techie right? He says no, because I'm here. Okay. Allies are just not going to ask you're going to

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integrate? Are you asked about Abu hanifa? You asked about email. You asked about inventory me or no? No, you asked about Mohammed Abdullah, some of

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these books are filled

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are traditionally from very early in Islam. The easiest way to get a what is known as to sobered up to the concept of what good is to have a picture of these Messiah these different issues. Okay, so, the best way to study cook without a doubt is to study a book of a minute, okay, but not to the point that you have such an affinity to that method that you clearly give precedence to the meta over the Sunnah of the Prophet by someone once it has become clear to you that it is the Sunnah of the Prophet it is. So that's we're saying I say this because it is very important that we that we give the respect due to those who spend their lives studying Islam, and then scholarship. And we

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give them the respect that they do, but that we never put them on the level of the companions of the messenger of a loss of life with some of them, or timeline. Of course, not the level of our Prophet Mohammed is allowed to slam such that we give their statements precedence over the statements of our messenger, Hamlet some low, it was something

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like

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that being said, as it relates to the topic of Ramadan, and since we have about 30 minutes until it's time to break fast, I'd like to begin to discuss some issues that I think are pertinent for us to know and for us to be aware of as it relates to Ramadan.

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And how the Prophet

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Salatu was Salam conducted himself and how he lived during the month of Ramadan. And so, to do that to that and I'll start with the hadith of if it is from the Allahu side and

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it was collected by an Imam Bukhari

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he said can also fly solo while he was sending them an edge with an S.

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Well Canada as well who may have who feel on the line, he in a call would you be

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okay to call up 10 mil on a bond guy used to work for an even at best, or the low tide and who said that the promise of the low while he was selling was the most generous of the people

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and

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he would be the most generous in Ramadan when he would meet to bring him

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and he used to meet jabril every night and they would study the poor I

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collected by buying memoir Think about this. Hello, hey, by Danny, they could have done anything.

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They studied the Quran. So you look around and showed you the even the Prophet is allowed to say them had that keen desire and perverts who studied the Quran Okay, he didn't say Canada yet. They didn't say Canada Yes, we will recite the Quran Can you dare he's super high. They would stay. They would study the Quran.

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He says what else who lies a lot he was sort of one who will hate him and beat him or Senate. And so the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam was more generous with good than a wind that was blowing. All right, fine. So let's go over this heavy step by step and shout out because because there is no one better for us to follow in Ramadan than the Prophet it aside from sinning. So we need to look at what was his food? And how did he live his life and Ramadan and then we should try to emulate the messengers of alive. So the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim was Edward Ines. He was the most generous of the people from the word Jew. And Jude is different than Southern. Okay, Judas calm, it means

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generosity. We're talking to a young buddy man young, but he is to give everyone what they deserve to give everyone what they deserve. That is the meaning of the word Jew to be generous. The promise I sent him was the most generous of the people that comes in certain other hacking also in Sahih, Al Bukhari and Muslim

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that if the prophet SAW I met Can I use in downtime, there was nothing that was asked except that he would would get he was the most generous of the people all year round. Canada, as well.

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Drama vine, he nailed me. But he was the most generous

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even for himself. He was the most generous in Ramadan, when he would meet jabril and it shows you something because a lot of detail says Brian will be that you can forget to never simultaneity soon. And in that let those who compete compete. You want to compete about something. The promise I saw was competing with himself because there's no one from amongst the Muslims who could compete with the piety of the Prophet is allowed to slam boys generosity or anything else. So who was he competing with he was competing with himself can actually do a lot throughout the year. There was no one that was more generous than the Prophet sallallahu Sallam been in Ramadan. He was more generous

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because he was competing with himself. And this is how the Muslim has to be. We have to compete with ourselves first and foremost, and also compete amongst ourselves. Because that's praiseworthy competition when we compete and doing good when we compete for the first row in the salon when we compete fatale, standing the lungs when we compete and giving and all of that he was the most generous in Ramadan when he would meet jabril McCann al Cohn, who later jabril used to meet with him every night and what would they do hang out and watch the game

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he Naoko to be for you there he sued for it. And so he would stay with you for it get.

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Some of the scholars said the Hickman.

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Let's go, let me finish the heavy handed at the end, even our best philosophy lies to the law it was it wasn't meant to be himself. So the process by setup was more generous than that blowing wind. Now, the scholars say about the blowing wind. When the wind blows, it doesn't just affect one person.

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We have, like the other night, we had strong winds, and now they got hurricane Arthur, whatever. That doesn't just affect one person or two people. It affects everyone. It affects everyone in that locality. So they say the generosity of the prophets of light is something his Jew used to affect everyone. Okay? And that was the comparison that even our best mate and this handy. So if you see at the beginning of Heidi, he's talking about generosity. And at the end of the Hadith, he's talking about generosity. So what does that have to do with the Quran?

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That is so important, you understand that? Like, why would he mentioned that? In the middle, the some of the scholars said it hasn't really allows an animation disinfectant very, he said that the Hickman is that when the progress of the lighting was so low, he would study the crime. And that interaction with jabril it would be a renewal of his relationship with Allah subhana wa Tada. That's the speech of Allah. And so he would feel heat enough's, which is contentment. And when a person feels contented, he's satisfied with the house, then he becomes generous because he doesn't need anything, because of his relationship with Allah subhana wa Jai. And so in this heavy in this heavy,

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we see how the prophets of the light it was telling was in Ramadan. This was the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who had a direct connect to allies with Delta ye okay through that revelation. But in Ramadan, it was different.

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He had a different relationship with the loss of hair with Allah and with the book of a larger gel with the speech of Allah as the agenda. So therefore, we benefit from this heavy, at least two things. Number one, the importance of being generous, especially in Ramadan, and the importance of having a relationship with the Quran.

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And this is the month Sha,

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Allah, the Uzi, the theme for the month of Ramadan, in which the for I was revealed this this month, we have to have a special relationship with the Quran. And it is the month that Muslims all over the world come together behind any man and they listen to him recite the Quran in its totality, and certain places and certain time, and sometimes less than that maybe have to cry. But the point is that this book, The Quran is a book that was constantly reciting from the time it was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah, which is part of how part of the method that allies would tell us to preserve the Quran had been a book that was only in the hands of certain people, only in the hands

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of the clergy, or the nobleman or whatever it would have been easily distorted. But because the Quran was revealed, and was recited not just a Ramadan, five times a day, three times a day, I live in the motherland. And he shared from the time that it was revealed to the promise by someone so you see that this book, it was impossible to be distorted in the first place alive until just by the nature of the way it was revealed, and recited through saliva and preserved through that way that we can be competent 1400 35 years after the nature of the problem is that we can be confident that that book has no change. And there's nothing that has been distorted in the book of Allah subhana wa

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Tada.

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So if that is from Allah, why don't we have a better relationship with since

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this is your Lord speaking to me, the one who created who knows you better than you know yourself, that we need to take that seriously. And we see the effect that it has on the soul, because when a person has that kind of relationship with Allah Subhana, WA Tada, then they become as in this hobby as the prophesied son of the king, they develop a renewed relationship with the loss of hammer data, and they feel sufficed with a lot, haspiel love a lot sufficiently, whenever looking. And what a great Guardian, he is some kind of a witch. And so this is very important that, that we take this time

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of Ramadan, and that we take advantage of the opportunity that we had to build a stronger relationship with the book of allies with Joe which in turn builds a stronger relationship between the servant and Allah. And once you have that relationship,

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then that is the true towhee. That is true to him, that you have that relationship with the lowest payment data where you single them out, and your hopes and your fears and your love and all of that. And if you do so, that will free you from bondage to the Muslim King to any of his servants, and to anything that aligns with Joe created even your own soul. It will free you from it. It will free you from being a consumer of

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slave to consumerism, it will free you from being a slave to your knifes and to anything else, if you have that proper relationship with Allah subhana wa Tada. So this is the first ad that I wanted to mention the second Heidi. Actually there's some benefits I wanted to read from an amendment no more quickly as it relates to this Howdy. He says, Muna yay from the benefits of this Huggy and has to do difficulty walked

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is that this Heidi? It is an encouragement to be generous at all times. woman has yet to be Ramadan. We're in the st. Mac we are in the salon. He says also from the benefits is that we increase in generosity during Ramadan and when we come together with people of Salah people who are righteous and pious

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Where did that come from?

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right because of his meeting with jabril

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jabril was an angel and the best of dangers and the one who was in charge of life but he also says well peasy added to suit our annual Heidi what's a problem dedicatee that Kevin was also a prophet. He says also from the benefits of this habito will be gained from this study is that it is

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recommended that we visit those who are pious and the people of good and to do that repetitively if the one who was being visited does not dislike okay

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from the most important things in ramadan ramadan side advice, stay away from people who who are fairly lean as they say you just fall he has nothing to do

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or he's just evil stay away from those types of people around them because they're gonna busy you would talk in all types of stuff that have nothing to do with getting closer to a loss of habitat. And you see that the Prophet is Salatu was sent out and we talked about this in a minute inshallah. Part of his Ramadan was seclusion

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so it's either we're going to be with the people who are right away, or we're going to be secluded and be with a life who doesn't have that time specifically to dedicate to the worship of Allah to him without we'll talk about that in a minute inshallah. He says Wi Fi is available 30 minute Could it be Ramadan? Also, men kiloton put it on a lot. Also it is the

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is the back of the desirability of reading the Koran more in Ramadan, or reading the Brian Morton Ramadan? Well, como has often been cited as calm and that reading the Quran is better than any other better than any other form of remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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As a side point,

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and record, Can you recall?

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Is it permissible to report on and record?

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A couple I need some better answers.

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Okay, are you praying any prayer?

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All right, it is it is. We are forbidden from reading the Koran.

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And also Institute okay.

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Brian is the best Deacon. Sorry.

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The bride is the best bigot though I think we read it.

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You want to read it while you're on the ground?

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Man. And a brother said that the problem is a lot of them said whoever invents something in this beam that is not from it is rejected? And that is the answer. Because the problem is like some say don't recite crime. He prevented us from doing that and record Institute. But But I want to make it I'm making a point here. And before that point, another point. Some people say but Institute can we save up for that as Macedonia has no if you asked him if he has an alternative or not, is to do? Absolutely. Because the products I sell them used to say that Institute as narrated by NSF and madico other than him running alongside as soon as he though they probably sell them used to say in

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his food in the dryer that he would make the most sense to do with something that has some food activity has not been enough. Isn't that where I saw that a recycler is to do

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No, no, he wasn't recycling. He's making.

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He's making

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There's a difference. You see, for example,

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a person who is Judo that isn't had marital relations and not taking a lesson yet, he can't recite Quran so permissible for him to recycle Brian, all right, Kenny says,

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Yeah, he said to me,

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because I have certain paths he has, is he intending to recycle for I was intending to say 100 years. So the process is to do he wasn't when he was saying

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he was making do I wasn't reciting Quran. But the point that I wanted to make here by going through all of the mental gymnastics is that is that sometimes there are things that are the best, when you look at it from a general standpoint, but there may be something better than when we talk about a specific issue, okay. And so, each person also there may be certain forms of a bed, that are better for that individual. And another form of the bed may be better for different individuals, this is from the fifth of your D slide mentioned, because apologize, some sentiment during the lead will be high on you forgive within whoever Allah wants good for he gives him understanding of the deed. So

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we are giving you an example as it relates to fasting. Some of the students have

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roughly a low tide annual said to him, we don't see you fast.

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No, aka some pinless. ca, we see your face a little bit, not in Ramadan, obviously, all Ramadan, something about our side of Ramadan, because fasting is one of the one of the foremost forms of evaluation that you would see the pious racing to do whether it's Mondays and Thursdays the 13th 14th 15th of every month.

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So they say and we don't see

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any said because when I fast, I become weak in reading the Quran.

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And reading the Koran for me is better than fasting.

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See, so he was a puppy, each person has to be a puppy of himself. Alright, and know what it is, what area what door allies who does open for you. So maybe that door of fasting has been open for you, maybe you don't have a lot of money to give to charity, another person may have a lot of money to give to charity, and he gets that money by working hard every day out in the sun. And he can't fast he wouldn't be able to fast. And so he looks at that door that aligns with Joe opens for him. This is part of of your deed, a person came to him and I've met

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him a long time. And he asked him

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what's better to recite the Quran or to read this particular day?

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As a matter of fact, perhaps that wasn't an email at all. But he made a similar statement where he said each person looks to what his heart finds ease with. So as long as there are options, someone came and they asked certain machines are they as some of them said about what is better between the data that you come

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to read the Koran or to macdrive

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and you see in the Arab world between identity camo most people are grabbing for the Messiah and they're reading the prime between a comp we know that I need them to properly sell them. We mentioned that the drop between a dad and a comma

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Okay, it's not rejected. So what's bad?

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The answer to that question is each person has to look at what is better for him. See, you may pick up there's no doubt that reading the pride is the best form of decay, no doubt about it. But a person may have something on his mind

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they may have a need and they want to add the loss of power to Allah with that need that they have. So they open up the cry read the cry only gonna be thinking about is that need that they have that they want to fulfill. And do it is a great form of event. There's so much though that the problem is I saw him said Do I who will event

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do i is the event the same way that the gym said I had to our height is right at

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the bed. So this is how strong how deep it is when it comes to the bed or even the bronze button. But you may have a certain habit a certain need that needs to be that you want to fulfill. And so you asked Allah subhana wa tada at that time between the event and the economy.

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So here he might have no he says yeah, I was trying to figure out how did I get there? And I know he says coma um is Saturday as calm is located and diku have been

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open sadly in Nevada, he says, and the fact that reading the Quran is better than any other weekend because of Vica was better or equivalent to reading the brine than the Prophet sallallahu Sallam into real would have done so. It's like, so that is that first Heidi, even on best on the allowable tide angle man from it, we get the aspect of generosity and reading the Koran. The second Heidi.

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We don't have enough time. So I'm going to just mention something very quickly as it relates to the issue of suhoor Sharla Sacco

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both of them are correct.

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I mentioned that in the last because I'd like to start a least five minutes before the event to give us the time to get ready for a live call inshallah tada

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whether that be a cotton massage, or any other drive that you'd like to make the issue is the issue of

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food and how important it is because the process of life settlement and we're looking at how did the problems lie some of them live in Ramadan. One of the one of the aspects of Ramadan of the past is that pre dawn meal, okay. What is what is known as a support and the promise of light it was son of said I had these collected by the man Muslim

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phoslo Medina, Sierra Mina was the me and Nikita Aquila to say

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that the difference between our fast and the fast of the People of the Book is eating

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in the pre dawn time eating it support time.

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One of the companions zeva methodic by the low tide Andrew said to set how miles will delay so low I Li was sending them so much omega Sala he said we ate support with the province of alojado so we ate support with the prophets of light it was send them just so that we know so who is the actual with the Dhamma on the scene is the act of eating. At that time, the pre dawn cycle is the food that you eat. Okay, so like for example the Heidi Tessa how for in the sack already Baraka

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eat the the pregame meal because in that meal, the sideboard the food itself, there is but anyway, this honey, the proper size of them says zeta With that said how the mouse will realize something Tomoko nyla Sala

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we ate Soho with the promise of vitalism. And then we stood up for the salon. The econ The event was called for salon.

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So Edison ematic, who was the servant of the Prophet, I think it's a lot to say. And he has even said, Come Can I be Nomad? What was the timeframe between

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when you finish eating, and when the event for Salah was was gone?

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He said, Cabo Hasina, I said the time that it would take to read 50 eyes, time that would take to read 50 eyes, the eye those eyes not being long or short, but like the eyes, for example, that you would find in the middle of different like in

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sort of minutes, for example. Okay. So the time that it would take to read 55 to 10 minutes, seven minutes, something like that, before the event was called. And so the Prophet alayhi salatu salam encouraged us to delay to delay

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the whole the eating of sickle and not to have it at one o'clock in the morning at two o'clock in the morning like some countries do when they eat two or three hours before.

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That's really like dinner, that's not so

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we need to be conscious of this because the Prophet somebody sort of encouraged us to do so and it is the head and this the eating supporters who's the head, Big Mac and senses of the sky that it is used to help to eat support. And if you don't eat it, for example, the person over sleeps and they don't wake up until the time budget and they still have to fast that day. Okay, it doesn't mean that they have a license, you know, not too fast anything. So we eat support because they are

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Barca in the support now, there's a Hadeeth.

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And some of the brothers asked about this Howdy. So I said that I would talk about it. And we don't have a lot of time I mentioned it briefly. But it's a famous comedy that many of you know it is. Many of the scholars say that is to hate the province of light. It was some say that sent me I don't even need that. Well, he now fee Eddie, for that who Hector Yep, the habits of woman. All right, if one of you hears the event being called for federal, and the compass in his hand, then don't put it down until he takes what he wanted from him until he fulfills his need from that cup. Now, some people have other narrations of this Howdy. And they started talking about plates and all types of

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things. No, seriously, seriously. I'm not I'm not I'm not trying to be funny, I've seen it happen. And what they do is when they know that it's time for funding, because they were negligent in getting up and you know, in a proper amount of time, so they actually, they, they get enough food and they put it on a plate, and then they hold the plate nihan.

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And even while his dad has been called the just eating, a accurate data has been called because it's taking longer than five minutes or three minutes, however long the advance takes, it takes them longer than that. But it was in my hand it and I beat says if the cup is in your hand that is not that is not replaying with the religion at that point was something

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I didn't know what it means is that a person was not aware of the time. Okay, because this happens sometimes, especially when you start talking about in other countries where you can actually hear the Zambian call. And so, for example, it might have been just a couple minutes on your clock and your clock was slow that day, whatever the situation was. And so you thought you might have had some more time and you're drinking something as you're drinking or you're putting food in your mouth, the event is called in that specific situation, it is permissible for you to finish whatever was in your hand or whatever was in your mouth and that not that you can go whatever's in front of you because

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then it goes further than that. Not just the plate that was in my hand but whatever is in front of you, my baby your date. So now everything on the table

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and this is this is a very very bad understanding of of that idea. So we should understand what is meant by ID and Allah subhana wa tada knows best. We are going to continue inshallah we are going to break fast here and also eat here

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is two different things. Breaking fast, meaning that you know the light meal that we will have before mother and then there's going to be food after mother Michelle law, and then we'll reconvene at approximately 930 until Asia and then we're going to pray chat and totally after that we usually finish taraweeh around 1125 around 1125 inshallah, and then tomorrow, obviously, there's Juma and then from Oslo to totally like today.

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And so we'll cover some some important topics tomorrow, we think that data will allow them some kind of low hanging fruit and to start to go into like, there's any questions that relate directly to it. We only have about five minutes. And I wanted to stop now. But if there's any questions related to what I said, I'll take and click the button I forgot.

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The process I saw observe nine Ramadan fasted each man consensus of the status because Ramadan was made obligatory in the second year after the ingestion of the prophecy, so many fasting He fasted nine

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Can you you can do this, today with the contemporary style is very hard, it would be very hard to come up with these mock today. Because of the the number of scholars spread out throughout the world. So the closest thing that you get to these mines, these fifth councils when they come together, and indeed they're very important, their rulings are very important for us, because they don't just have a high and scholars of Islam, but they also have medical doctors, they have real estate professionals that you know, depending on what the topic is, because Islam will lead encompasses every aspect of our life of our lives. And it gives us a ruling for everything. And so,

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these fit councils are probably some of the closest thing that you're going to get to map but you're not going to be very difficult to say that there's something you know, the issue of each map today. No last question. If you miss a day, and the last one will never make it up.

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Yet and that person is simple, and he needs to make Toba to illustrate our data, and then he will make up for after the Ramadan that is in place. And he has to be a person for that day as well for every day that we missed, along with making up the day as as an expiation for for the sin, not just the fact that

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He was making up the day low and some kind of long

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stuff