Bukhari 087 The Prayers Hadith 456 463

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Lesson 87 – Chapter 70-77 Hadith 456-463

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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dR lotto soudal Karim Amma Bharath Pharaoh the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, arbitrary acidity were Sidley MD, Dr. de melissani. Coco de probenecid and our EMA

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cadaver Sala Sana Bab the krill Berry was Sheila E. ll member refill Masjid victory mentioning Albury bind was Sheila E and the selling Island member on the member phil Masjid in the masjid. Meaning is it permissible to talk about buying and selling in the masjid? Because we know that buying and selling business in the masjid is not permissible. Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that if you see anyone engaging in business in the masjid, then what should you say that May Allah not make you successful in this? So if a person engages in business in the masjid, that is not allowed, why because a Masjid is not built for that purpose. However, such matters, business related

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work related, can they be discussed in the masjid? Yes, they can be. It's absolutely permissible. There is no harm in that at all. And obviously, when people get together and when they have, you know, their businesses their work, it's natural to talk about these things. So the field of buying and selling it can be spoken about it can be discussed in the masjid and it can even be mentioned on the member, meaning the Imam also can talk about it. In hookah also, the Imam can address business related issues Why? Because this is a matter of halal and haram it's a part of the Sharia. So it is necessary that these matters are made clear to the people

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had done earlier you know Abdullah Kala hypothenar sufian Anya here and I'm Rhonda shadow palette she said at that high barrier to barrier came to her does I know her she was asking her vikita but he had concerning her kita what is kita It literally means writing, but it refers to the contract which is between a slave and the owner. What is this contract about? That the slave basically wants to purchase his freedom. The slave wants to purchase his or her freedom from the master. So an agreement is made that such amount of money will be given to you in return of what my freedom you can remember the story of Sandman of fantasy, they'll do a lot more on who that how when he was in

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Medina brought as a slave he wanted to purchase his freedom eventually. So his master who was a Jewish man, what did he say? There was a number of dead palm trees that he had to grow. So the profits are a lot of cinnamon, the companions they helped him and together they planted all those date farms. So this woman buddy raga was a slave woman she came to I shall have to love on her asking her about her keytab basically she came to her asking for some help that could you help me in regards to my cannabis that I can buy my freedom for Karnataka Buddha and he said in *ty if you wish to I will give a lucky to your owners. Meaning if you want I will pay the whole amount your

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owners were Cornel Walla only. But Allah will be for me. What is Walla? Walla is basically the relationship that is between a freed slave and his ex master. Meaning when a person frees a slave, that even though the slave is now a free person, but still there is a relationship that is between the ex slave and the ex master.

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What is this tradition called Wallah which means that if that slave for example, if he dies, has got no family, so who will be his heir? Who will be the heir of that slave, the master who previously owned him, and there's some other matters as well which are related to Allah. So she said that if you want I can pay the entire amount but because I am paying the amount, this is why the Salah will be for me. Okay meaning that relationship of Allah will be between you and me not you and your current owners are called Aloha and her owners meaning the owners of burrito. They said in Shi t if you wish me the set to I shall do the Wiener that if you wish

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you can give her my book here what is remaining, meaning the remainder of the amount that has been agreed upon which video cannot give herself you can give that much. We'll call us a piano, Merton and Sophia and the narrator he said at another time that in the narration it is that in at that they said if you wish or talk to her you can free her meaning if you wish you can purchase her from us and set her free. But way akun what Elena bahala will be for us. So you see over here what's happening that I should have pulled over on her she's saying that I will be the amount how

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Whoever The winner will be for me, but the owners are saying no, whether you pay some of it, or all of it, whatever, well that will be for us. So basically they're setting a condition over here that regardless of whoop is the one that will be for us. For them, magic Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam came, that got to their liquor, I should have pulled over and I reminded him of that, reminded him of that, it is said that she had mentioned this to him earlier. And now when he came, she reminded him of this issue that What should I do for Cola, so he said,

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he just purchase her, this buy her from them for RTP. And then you set her free for nl Wallah, because indeed the webinar is for who Lehman article for the one who sets free. The one who sets free, he has one. So if you want one, then you have to buy her. So buy her set her free, well that will be yours. Some then Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah remember the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he stood on the member, meaning he went to the masjid car on the member and address the people for Carlos a piano and Sophia and said Martin, another time for sorry, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or even just a slight change of words instead of Parma. He said, Sorry,

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sorry, there's 2% for color. And when he was on the member, he said, Maribel acquirement. What is the state of people meaning what's going on people? Yesterday, una. They're setting conditions, which conditions should open which are conditions lays at Viki tabula which are not in the book of Allah, that how come people are setting conditions which are not from the book of Allah, which are not from this religion of ours? What conditions is he referring to? That the owners of video they're saying drosha whether you pay the entire amount or what, regardless of whatever the weather is for us? So he said What is wrong with the people that they're setting conditions which are not from the

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book of Allah, money Stata whoever sets a condition sharpen a condition laser v cutter biLlahi which is not in the book of Allah Felice Allah Hooton, it is not for him, what initial offer, even if he sets the condition metamodel under times, meaning if a person sets a condition, whether it's in marriage or trade, a condition which is not supported from the book of Allah, even if he sets that condition 100 times would it be considered? Will it have any value? No, it's not. It's useless. Allah Allah. Allah says, Allah Hello, Abdullah Herbie, and you're here on a moto Cora, Java norrona. And you're here for us, America, America, or Latin America or Asia, or Latin America and you're here

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on Amata and nobody like that. What am yakko Sorry, I remember just another chain. So anyway, in this Hadith, what do we see that but you know, the slave woman, she came to our show Buddha Rhonda for help. And the owners were setting conditions which are not according to Quran and Sunnah. So the Prophet said, a lot of times suggested to Ayesha that just purchase her, and then you set her free will that will be yours. And then the prophets are allowed to set me God on the member and clarified the issue to the people. And this teaches is a very important lesson, that when there is a matter, which is of concern to people, and they could be doing something wrong, then the truth has to be

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made clear to them. The correct way has to be made clear to them. Meaning if a mistake is being made by people, even if it's out of ignorance out of forgetfulness, what is the responsibility of the people have knowledge that they make it clear, even if it means they have to do it on the member? Because sometimes people get very offended that how come in the Juma hookah, the Imam was talking about, you know, business or he was talking about the dunya. We want to hear about aboubaker we want to hear about the prophets. We want to hear about, you know, great, amazing stories from history. Very good. They're important, but at the same time, matters of holiday and how long they're also

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very important for us to know. So the Eman may mention these matters on the member.

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No, not the remaining the whole amount. Because see, they gave her the option. The owners that if you want you can give the remainder or you can pay the full and what they're indicating is that you can buy her from us, but regardless, the will out will be for us, but the prophets have a lot of them said that no, if she purchases her, then well that is for her if she sets it free.

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Back at the hobby, while moolah Zima tiffin Masjid at the hobby, what do you think the route is? A topology is from

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about the Aqaba good, and the Kobe over here means making demands.

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Yes, in order there is a word Takata.

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So to call the meaning asking for demanding, while mulas Amati melasma is from Lanza

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meme lasme Lu, what does it mean?

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To make compulsory right? meaning to stick to something or someone symbolism it is to chase up to follow up with Do not let go fill mustard in the mustard, who, who is not mentioned? But it's understood from the text and who is it a debtor? Meaning if someone has borrowed something from another individual, they owe something to someone. So a debtor, and they've taken that loan, and they're basically hiding.

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So, if a person who's lent the money if they come across the debtor in the masjid, can they demand their money in the masjid? Or should they wait to go out to the masjid and then make the demand? Because the thing is that in Muslim societies, what is understood is that people will definitely go to the mosque to pray.

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So if you cannot find a person in the marketplace, in their house, where will you find them? In the masjid for sure. Because remember, at the time, the prophets have a lot of time, even when they're 15. Even they would go to the masjid to pray. I remember once my mother was visiting somewhere, it was a certain locality. And there was somebody some of our family friends who live there. But she didn't have their number. Their contact, nothing at all. But she really wanted to meet them before leaving. So she sent my brother to the masjid. She said, Go to the masjid. You find uncle over there. You'll definitely find him there. And he did. He did. Why? Because he was someone who goes to

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Masjid regularly. So anyway, at the Kali one will ask him a different machine. So if a person finds the debtor in the masjid, he's been avoiding his phone calls, his text messages, reminders, his messages. So he finds them in the masjid. Can he make the demand right there? And then yes, he can. Because remember, that this is not business, businesses What? that somebody is buying something selling, there's profit. This is what making a demand that please give me my property back, give me my money back. And even if the debtor returns the loan immediately over there, even then it is permissible, because it is what color it is not bear and shala it is not buying and selling. It's

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just returning what belongs to somebody else. And this is permissible in the masjid, that if there's a funeral prayer, what happens that the family they make the announcement if there's anything that is owed to somebody, please come and make the demand right now. So that's permissible in the masjid. So at Akali well melasma different Masjid. Likewise, if there is not just money, but any amount, any amount of that a person is expected to fulfill whether it's some work or an assignment or a test paper or anything like that. Can the person remind the other Can he demand from him that before you leave today I want your assignment. Is it permissible? Yes, it is. So when will asthma different

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Masjid permissible

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had done Abdullah hypno Mohammed in Kala had this nourishment of normal color LaDonna unison is V and Abdullah have knee COVID American and Caribbean and no Takada that garb probably Lahore and he Takada, he demanded his loan, meaning what he had lent from who even a B hydrant so he demanded from a B Hydra Dana and alone, Canada who alaihe which was for him on him meaning you audit to him. Fill mustard in the masjid. So you can imagine garb who are and who use reminding even of the headlock that give me my money back and I want it now you've delayed for very long. So, in this what happened for Deaf art as well to whom so their voices they became loud, they became loud because usually, you

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know, people do end up in arguments at you know, in such situations, from so far as what to whom had that until semirara have or pseudo la he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam until the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he heard their voices. What was he Beatty while he was in his house? So imagine the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in his house. These two men are arguing in the masjid about the loan and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam hurt. So what happened for holiday Illa Hema, so he came out to both of them had that until kashia. He removed Sige for her jilla t Sige. The curtain of her jilla T of his room. So he came remove the curtain and Fernanda and then he called out What did he say? Yeah, come

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on come. He's calling you COVID are not even a vehicle and whose car car was the one making the demand? Even though we had a lot trying to avoid it. So Allah He said cargo Buddha or he said love Baker.

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Here I am or messenger

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Allah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, barman Danica, leave from your alone. This was oma and he indicated LA to him, Are you shutaura, meaning half. So somehow with the hand gesture, he indicated to him that forgive him for half of the lawn, leave it, just take half of it, forgive him for the other half.

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Allah He said, Look out for him to your rasulillah. He said, I have already done that on messenger.

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Meaning, you say done, you commanded, it's done. Cora, he said, he said to me, that you stand faculty and then give him meaning return his loan to him, paid back to him. Now there are numerous lessons that we learn over here. First of all, we see that a person may demand his money, or what is due to him from someone, even if it is in the master. This is not disrespect for the masjid or for the worshipers over there No, you can make such demands in the masjid. And if the debtor returns the loan right there, and then that is also permissible. Like I mentioned earlier, this is not business, this is just returning the loan. And it seems like God will deliver and who was not letting even 300

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go. So moolah sama that he's following up with him not letting him go, you give me my money back, or else I'm not letting you go. And in that it seems that there was an argument the voices were raised, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam heard. And we see that the Prophet Allah sent him he almost interfered, okay. And he resolved their dispute. So this shows to us that when people are having a dispute, and they're not coming to any agreement, so what should you do? Just stand and watch, and listen and enjoy? Because that's what many people do. They start watching others, as they're arguing back and forth yelling at one another. People just stand by and watch and get amused. Sometimes they

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laugh at how one person is getting, and how the other person is responding. No. When you see people disputing with each other, what is your responsibility that you do Islam, but you do Islam, you reform, if it is within your capacity, if it is within your ability, not that if you interfere, you will create more problems, if you can actually solve the situation, or help calm down at least, then you are responsible for coming in between and doing Islam.

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And many times it happens that the issue itself may be very small, or very easy to resolve. Like over here, we see that one person is demanding, and the other person is refusing to give the profits or losses and I'm sad, God, forgive him for half of it. And he said to the other, return him his loan. So it was very easy to resolve. But what happens that when people are arguing, then instead of thinking about solving the problem, you think about how to defend themselves. And like that the problem only escalates. So it's necessary that when we see such disputes, we need to resolve them. We need to resolve them to the best of our ability. You know, in certain situations, there are

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people who are you can say who have authority. For example, if two students are arguing, and their teacher is not around, what is your responsibility that you go inform the teacher? Bring her immediately so that she can resolve the situation. But if the teacher is not there at all students are fighting outside the building, for instance, then what should you say that no, no, it's not my duty. I'm not their teacher. I can't say anything to them. No, you have to it's your moral obligation to go and stop that facade to go and stop that dispute, because it will escalate. It will escalate. Because a marble maroof Nacional Mancha when there is Mancha, it is your obligation to

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stop that. And always think about it like this, that people who are for example, if their children, if they're arguing, they're having a fight, don't look at them as somebody else's children, somebody else's students, no look at them as your own children, would you want your children to be in in such a situation? If your child is fighting with someone in this manner? Would you not go and stop them? You would. So remember that this is our obligation that we have to resolve such disputes in whatever capacity that we can, either by bringing it to the attention of people in authority. And if that's not possible, at that given time, then doing something yourself, no matter what can be done, meaning

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whatever that is within your ability. And we see over here how the prophet SAW the laws and beautifully resolve the situation.

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He encouraged Scarborough to low or no, forgive him for half of it and he told the other

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Even though we had to go pay him and look at the response of garbled Ludo on him

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Look what it's done already done. He didn't say But why are you telling me to forgive him for half?

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Yeah, it's my right. No, the province on a lot of them is suggesting look as far as done

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by canceled mustardy while the popularity while other while he then cans cans is to sweep

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so sweeping the masjid whether it is with a broom or with a vacuum or whatever, that you have cancelled my study sweeping the mosque while the coffee and picking up removing in the office from look the look up. Fell Takata who use of Allison remember he was in the well

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yelled topic who said the brothers have use of religion and they said put him in the well. And some say Yarrow will pick him up.

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So while the party and picking up a little rocky.

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So is the court picking up removing ultra crock rags?

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Like for example a person you know they're wearing some clothes and there's maybe a piece of tissue or something or some lighting from inside that has fallen off. So you see these things around? Right? So rags?

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What are the other dirt? Well, he then small sticks. So if a person sees all of these things in the masjid, what should you do?

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Pick it up.

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If the floor is dirty, sweep it vacuum and clean it. So basically, anything that could annoy people that makes the mustard dirty, whose duty is it to remove it to clean the mustard, the cleaners, people who are hired for that purpose, which is why if we see anything on the carpet, on the floor of the masjid, we say nevermind in the evening cleaners are going to come and they'll clean it up.

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That's generally what we do. When I understand if there are small threads which are like stuck to the carpet, which you really have to make an effort to pick up and remove. But if there's tissue, there's garbage, then should we wait for the cleaners to pick it up? No, if you see it, especially if it's in your way, right next to you. Even if somebody accidentally dropped it, which is the case most of the time, then what is our obligation that we pick it up that we remove it because in the Quran of us parent Allah says people using adding Allah who isn't too far for you doesn't massage it, that too far they should be raised. The scholars have said that all this is part of raising

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meaning elevating the mustard. Because if mustard is clean, and mustard is kept in a good condition, then it is being honored. And if a mustard is dirty, there is garbage all over the place and it's not being honored. If you honor a place, then you keep it clean. And if you don't have any respect for it, then you don't bother.

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That not just issues. Sometimes it's big things like water bottles that people don't pay much attention to. They drink some of it and they leave most of it. And there's so many water bottles that are unclaimed and can't use it. You feel guilty getting rid of it. So many people are put in a difficult situation because of this,

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that the masjid and washrooms of a community they reflect the kind of people right that what kind of people are there? Are they concerned about the huddle? Are they concerned about cleanliness? Do we really care about the place? Do they take their work seriously? Because it's reflected in how you maintain your workplace, how you maintain your place of Riba.

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Now, the question of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we learned about it that the roof was made of what branches and the walls are made of what mud bricks

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were there any doors to the mustard? No, there were no doors, just open pathways basically. So given that the machine was such it was only natural that such things which are mentioned over here, whether it's cleared up or kada or a dad, they would enter the masjid. You know what the clothes of people with the shoes of people and many times people would pray with their shoes on. And there was no shoe racks outside the masjid the prophets of Allah Addison right. So it's understood that when so many people are going in and out of the masjid, there is no door, the roof is also made of branches, then the masjid will inevitably get dirty. And just like that, if there are 1000 people

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coming in and out of a building

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Every week, then what's going to happen? Obviously, you will see signs of the building the place being used. So this doesn't mean that we just blame people No, be happy that our 100 other people are coming. Because there are many massages which are perfectly clean but they're empty. So be happy about the fact that the place is full, it's busy. It is getting dirty. But as it gets dirty, what's necessary that it's also maintained. It's also looked after.

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had done so they might not have been

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done and saboten and you're offering an A B hooray Lata and Nora Julian is what a Boo. Boo. I knew he said that there was a man who was a sweat was black or women attend soda or there was a black woman Cana he used to or she used to Yakumo Masjid Jambo is from me, me. And your combo is to basically gather up rubbish. So in other words to sweep, so he or she would sweep the masjid

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all the garbage, all the rubbish that was all over the masjid, she or he would pick it up and basically clean the mustard for matter. And then he died. Or she died fussa Elena beistle Allahu Allah who will sell them on who so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked about him that where is this man? Or where is this woman? I haven't seen him in so long. For Carlos. So the people told him Matta he died or she died. Allah He said a fella contoh Why did you not then to Mooney Why did you not tell me inform me be about him meaning about his death? How come nobody told me about his death? Do loony on our cover. He direct me to his grave meaning Tell me where his grave is? O'Connor

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comprehend, or he said her grave for at a cobra who so he came to his grave for celerity. And then he preyed on him.

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Now, I was not sure whether this person was a man or a woman. There are other narrations which tells us that it was actually a woman. So we see that she would clean them as to what she hired, paid for it. Her hours were decided that certain number of hours you had to spend cleaning a mustard? No, she would sweep the mustard clean it up. Why? Because a mustard is a place of prayer. And it doesn't fit that place to be. It is not appropriate if that place is left dirty and unclean. So she would clean the mustard. And many times it happens that people who clean are not given importance by others. Right? Whether it is within a group of people, you know who are assigned various duties one person

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is assigned the duty of taking phone calls and other person assigned to duty off serving food and other persons assigned to duty off maintaining the cleanliness of the place of the washrooms. What do people think that the person who's standing in front at the phone desk or welcoming people in or serving the food, they are doing something better? And the person who's maintaining the washrooms I have been insulted. I've been humiliated. No, this is not humiliation.

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This is not humiliation. This is not disgrace. It's actually an honor. Ibrahim race and what did Allah subhanaw taala tell him and by he robbed at you and your son both of you clean my house, clean my house so the Prophet of Allah was told Ibrahim Lila was told to clean the masjid. So likewise, if we are cleaning the masjid, or if somebody else is cleaning the masjid, don't look down on this work ever.

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She's mentioned that many times, at conferences or bigger events, volunteers needed to do different different things. And usually most of the positions get filled up very quickly. But when it comes to maintaining the halls, you know where people are going to be sitting, listening to the rigor of the law, remembering Allah subhanaw taala, maintaining them such or even the washrooms or the hallways, such positions, they're left until the end because nobody wants them. And this is true. People have to be convinced that look, you do it and they have to be reminded of such a hadith that we should always remember that. Who am I doing this for? For who's sick? Whose houses this? Right? Who's

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worshipers are these less apparent?

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That even the wish Sikkim they will take a lot of pride in being the maintainers of the house of Allah. So it is a noble act. Even if a person is hired to do this work, cleaning the masjid. Even then it's a noble work, because the person could be doing something else but they're cleaning the masjid maintaining it. So it is definitely a very noble deed. And we see the importance of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave to this woman or this man. First of all, he noticed

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He cleans the masjid. And then when she was missing, where is she? How come you did not tell me tell me where her grave is. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to her grave. And what do we learn over here? For the Cobra, who for similarily? What does this mean?

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That the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to that person's grave and prayed there, prayed what

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janazah or for their forgiveness. But remember, that this does not mean it is permissible to go and perform Salah at the grave or in the graveyard all the time, in the sense that any person can do it. And you know, remember that when it comes to praying at the graveyard or praying by the graves, it is of different kinds.

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The first kind is Salah prayer, which is performed to the one who is in the grave. And this is what shake.

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Like for example, a person goes by a grave such that the one in the grave, makes the art to him, talks to him makes requests to him, asks him to do shuffle for him, intercede for him. All of this is incorrect because praying to the one in the grave. That is what should whether it is in the form of such though or requests for shofar or whatever it is not permissible. The second type of Salah is praying to Allah near a grave by a grave in the graveyard. For example, Salatu janaza. For instance, there is a person who is to be buried, people were not able to perform celestial janaza before bringing the body to the graveyard. So before burying the body, what do they do they perform janazah

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at the graveyard, is that permissible? Yes it is. or a person died, they were buried and somebody could not attend the funeral prayer. By the time they get to the graveyard the funeral prayer is over. And the janazah has been done. People have gone back and now they come to the grave. Now they're just standing there and they perform salata, Jenna's over there. Yes, they can.

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That's exactly what the prophet sallallahu Sallam did. That woman died, her janazah was performed by some people, at least she was buried. The prophets have a lot of time, by the time he found out everything was over. But he performed naza at the graveyard. So for instance, it may happen with someone that their relative dies in a different city in a different country, or they may be traveling. And by the time they get to that city, the burial has been done, everything is over. So they go to the grave.

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They go to visit the grave to remind themselves of that. But they also want to make dua for the person in the group. Can they do that? Yes, they can. Can they perform? So after Jeunesse over there? Yes, they can. It is permissible. Even if a person has already prayed for that region as a for them. Can they pray again? at that site? Yes, they can.

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When Natasha has to write the profit total loss and and perform the janessa that even though it was in a different land, different country, he performed the janaza. So that can be done. And if you intended to perform So altigen has a with the rest of the people. Let's say you're traveling well by the time you get there that NASA is over. So you go to the graveyard. And by the time you get there various results are done. So you want to pray for them. You just got late but you still want to pray for them. You still want the reward of performing janazah then you can still do that at the graveyard.

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Bed the human digital hum refill Masjid the Halimi, the prohibition of the era of the trade of what a homily of wine filled Masjid in the masjid, the prohibition of wine trade in the masjid. But isn't wine trade prohibited outside the mustard as well? Yes. Why does how long How much does how long in the mustard and also outside the mustard? So you can't buy it you can't sell it in the masjid and also outside the masjid. So, what is meant by this, but the ruler might have said what Mr. Bahari means by this is the karuta hareem mentioning that the hareem talking about the hareem. So, in other words, the prohibition

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of the various prohibited things, can they be discussed in the Masjid Haram matters? Can they be discussed and clarified in the masjid? Yes, they can be because, you know, for example, when it comes to certain animals which are held on for consumption,

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pig for instance, people even hesitate saying the word pig, they will say big, right? They're hesitant even saying the word. So, they think that saying the word is even prohibited that even if it's mentioned in a book, they will skip the page or not mention it. Okay? It's natural that when something is how long do you dislike it? So you

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You don't even want to talk about it. All right. That's understood. But if you have to, you know, mention its prohibition, clarify the issue to people. Can you talk about how long things in the masjid right educate the people to explain to them the wisdom behind why it is how long? Yes.

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Because there are many issues which are Hollander many evils in the society but they're considered taboo even to talk about so they're not discussed, people are not informed about it. And so, people continue to do these wrong things or they continue to remain in doubt. Okay, why just because of ignorance.

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So, it is necessary that herlong things, they are clarified to the people and it is even permissible to mention these things in the masjid

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had done I've done an OB Hamza arnelle are mushy on Muslim and Muslim in an eyeshadow, Allah she said lemma on zero as to when the verses were revealed in Surah Al Baqarah in Surah Al Baqarah Riba concerning river so when the verses of Surah Al Baqarah concerning river concerning interest when they were revealed, how Rajan abuso de la hora de who was selama al Masjid the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to the masjid for Cora Honda Allah ness, and then he recited them to the people. So Maha Brahma, then he forbade the gelato hamari, the trade, the buying and selling of wine, meaning at that point, he also forbade the people from buying and selling alcohol.

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So what do we see here? That the Prophet sallallahu wasallam conveyed the Quran, how the verses were revealed, he went and recited the verses before the people. And he made the Heron clear to them. He's talking about Riba. He's talking about wine trade in the masjid publicly, why? To clarify these matters to the people.

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And there are many evils which have become common amongst Muslims, you know, whether it's pornography or other evils, which have become very common, but they're not even mentioned, out of hire, or out of hate for these wrong things. you dislike them, you need to warn people about them, so they need to be mentioned.

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And sometimes it is said that no, you know, for example, Friday prayers, there's children over there as well. They're men, they're women, it's even more unnecessary to mention such things. Because as unfortunate as it may be, sometimes children they know about these things, or they are indulging in these wrong things even more than their parents.

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So it's necessary that such things are mentioned publicly, in order to create awareness.

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But allow the medium mustard servants for the masjid meaning appointing people as Hardin for the masjid as someone to serve the mustard for someone to maintain look after the masjid. Earlier, we learned that a person does this voluntarily. A great thing to do.

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However, can a person be appointed this task? Let's say they want to volunteer, okay at a Masjid and they're given the duty of, let's say, cleaning the washrooms once a week that is there a duty they are appointed to do that. Is that permissible? Yes. Or if for example, someone is given the duty that you have to vacuum, okay, the carpets or you have to dust the mustard or you have to fold the sheets or you have to lay the table through you have to pick them up all of that. Is it permissible? Yes, it is. Likewise, can someone be hired for this work? Yes, they may be they can even be paid for this particular person and even our boss will doula who are new he said with regards to the I know

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there are two laka Murphy batani mahatva. Who's statement is this. Who said this? The mother of Maria Hannah, she said when she was expecting she said in her da that Oh Allah I dedicate to you. Whatever is in my womb more how law one that is set free. That's what it literally means. One that is dedicated. Even our boss said with regards to this i a little mustard him have on meaning little mustard for the mustard. yaku who will serve it meaning My child, whoever this child is going to be? I dedicate this child to Allah and this child will be at the masjid, serving the masjid. cleaning it, maintaining it looking after. And now we see that, you know many massages their big new people

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who have been assigned certain tasks and there are people who are hired for such work as well. But we see that many smaller masajid what happens there basically families that are running the masjid, right. And it's their children who are cleaning the masjid. Even I remember when

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I got married my husband used to go to this question which is new smaller compared to many massages and it wasn't his duty once or twice a week. I don't remember exactly what some other friends to clean the mustard washrooms. It was their duty they had to do it not just the Washington would also vacuum the masjid.

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So we think that if our child is volunteering at the masjid then they should be giving the right or they should be you know attending the phone calls or something like that. No, this is also a very noble thing to do.

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Maria our listeners were there What did you want that my child should serve? the masjid should be at the masjid to clean the masjid look after it that's all I want. So this is something that we can also practice

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had the

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Ramadan answer within an hour we're offering an AVI hudaydah a number of attend our juhlin I will never say that there was a man or there was a woman or a man can choose to the woman mustard she used to clean the mustard. Wha hoo. illuma raffia he said that I do not think that it was any but a woman meaning I'm pretty sure that it was a woman for the Cora Hadith and abuse are Allahu alayhi wa sallam and no Salah OBrien and he mentioned the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that how the prophets of Allah said and prayed on the grave of this person.

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Bab a CD, I will hurry me Yoruba to fill Masjid. LSC, who is a seed will remain a farmer and I have been scheming and we're a team and we're a Sierra. So who is a captive a prisoner? I will hurry him. Worry him. a debtor, meaning someone who has taken a loan? who's supposed to return it? will it mean your bottle so seed or hareem they are beautiful too They are dyed with mustard in the mustard. Why tied up? imprisoned in a way. So the question is that can must be used as a jail where people are tied up, they are kept for a certain amount of time. Obviously there is a reason. I see. It could be like a war captive. And overeem is someone who owes something to someone and they're not giving it

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back. So they're tied in the masjid. So that when people come to praise Allah, they see him and they ask What happened? How come you've been tied to the pillar of the masjid and then he will eventually feel bad and return the loan.

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Now, this doesn't mean that a person was not able to return the loan. He is humiliated in this way. No, this is about people who are avoiding it deliberately who can pay it, but they just don't want to. And there are many people who do this. There are many people who do this. They keep borrowing money from others, and they keep using it themselves. Okay, and whenever they make more money instead of returning the loan, they will go and enjoy that money even more and other people are suffering. So in this case, can such a person be tied up at the masjid others see him? He feels embarrassed, humiliated? And then he returns alone? Yes, this can be done. What's the evidence?

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Had the internet is hackable Ibrahim Kala neurohormone mohammadu jarvinen are unsure about that and Mohammed didn't Ziad and Avi who later on in a BSL Allahu alayhi wa sallam or call the prophets Allah sent him he said, in every fleet, and indeed, and every fleet manager in from the gin. Every fleet is a kind of gin. So he said there wasn't a fleet from the gin, that the fall letter that suddenly appeared I lay upon me, I'll bury her last night. Oh, Kalamata Naha, or a statement like that. He said, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was praying, slaughter and you're freed from the jinn, he suddenly appeared before him. And in the narration of Muslim we learned that he came

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with some fire to harm the prophets have a lot of sadness.

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So what happened? LEAH Clara, why did that lead come like this Leah so that he would cut a layer on me a solid prayer meaning that he would interrupt my prayer.

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He appeared before me suddenly to interrupt my prayers that I won't be able to focus on my prayer for am canon illa hoomin who, so Allah He gave me authority over him, meaning Allah gave me power over him. In other words, the prophets a lot of Salah captured him.

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For Allah to this is just like someone tries to come and distract you and then you just grab them by their neck. So you've caught them they cannot escape. So for an kanila human who obviously was a jinn we don't know how exactly but Allah subhanaw taala gave the prophets have a lot of authority over that did not do so I intended an herbivore who that I should tie him up Eli Sorry, I think to a pillar main server in the masjid from the pillars of the masjid. I intended to tie him to one of the pillars of the machine

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Had to spare who, until you all would come in the morning what Dumbo, Rue LA and you would look at him go look at all of you. Meaning if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had tied him to the pillar of the masjid, the people would actually come and see that Jin, in what form Hello Arlen, but we know that Jin sometimes it can take certain forms that human beings can see. In the Quran, we learned that in the who your outcome will occur Billahi min Hazel laterano they see you but you don't see them. However, sometimes jinn do come in appearance in which human beings can't even remember the story of a Buddha. I don't know

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that how Chitwan came to him in the form of a boy, but he had like bars like that of a dog. So a very different appearance, but some appearance. So the Prophet told a lot of them said Hepatitis B, what total Illa he could look for the cartoon. Then I remembered out early the statement of my brothers, Sulaiman said a man or a son, his daughter, which there are, that will be heavily moluccan Oh, my Lord grant me Kingdom kingship authority lay on Billy I had him embody, which will not be given to anyone after me. And we know that a man or a sinner, he was given this unique quality of what of silver over the gene of authority over the gene.

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And this was a unique quality given to him. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he did not capture that Jin y, in regard in respect for the DA so you might know that this is something he wanted exclusively for himself. Amazing, but even though the prophets of Allah is and him did have that ability,

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but he let that Jen go, because

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because what certain minorities sometimes wish would not come through, right? I mean, obviously, a loss of power is the one who gave the profits or the loss and that ability, but he did not take it, why he did not use it. Why? In regard for to do our opposite of manner. So what do we do?

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Somebody has something, we get jealous, we get offended, we get angry, why do they have it? How come I cannot have it? And we think about ways of getting it. And we think about ways of making them

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lose it.

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But look at how the prophets of Allah sent him how much he cared for others. This was his great o'clock.

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So anyway, he let that gene go, Colorado hunger said for the Halcyon, so that gene he went off in disgrace, meaning he was defeated and humiliated. Now, the Bab is a CD, oh, Allah hurry me captive or the debtor, sign them both. And in this Hardee's captive is mentioned, okay, because that Jin would be a captive if the prophets have a lot of them tied into the pillar of the machine. Right. But the data is not mentioned. So where does it derive this from the data can also be tied up in the machine?

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Oh, yes. This is an analogy, that if a captive can be for some crime that he has committed, then the data can also be for a crime that he is committing what crimes he committed, running away with somebody's money and not giving it right not returning it. So it's similar, the situation of both the individual dissimilar, that both are committing a crime so they can be tied to the masjid, so that they will stop their crime. Now, one thing that I'd like to mention to you over here, that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he overcame the jinn. And he had the ability to tie him to the mystery, what does it show the strength of the prophets of lions? how strong he was not just physically but

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internally, emotionally, mentally, that imagine he is praying and all of a sudden a jinn appears before him, trying to harm him.

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If you were in a situation like that, what would you do?

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Break your brain run away, or start screaming.

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Let me share with you the hadith of Muslim. It's a little bit more elaborate. And I'd like to talk about this just because something that we think about we get afraid of, and we don't want to think about it then. But we should be aware of what to do in a situation like this, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we learned that he stood up to pray. And the Sahaba said, that we heard him saying, I seek refuge in Allah from you are all the Billahi min. Imagine the Prophet sort of lives in the spring and all of a sudden, he says, are older, we let him in. I seek refuge with Allah from you. And then he said, I curse you with a lust curse. Allahu kabalarian. Attila he said this three times. And then

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he stretched out his hand as though he was taking hold of something. When he finished the prayer was a harbor. They said O Messenger, although he heard you say something during the prayer.

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which we have not heard you say before, and we saw you stretch out your hand. He replied Allah enemy shavon came with a flame of fire, to put it in my face. So I said three times I seek refuge in Allah from You are the Billahi min. And then I said three times, I curse you with Alice folkers alone Luca Bella Anna delay them. But he did not retreat on any of these three occasions thereafter, I meant to seize him. This is where we learned that a logging in by will over him. And I swear by Allah that had it not been for the supplication of my brothers today, man, he would have been bound and made an object of support for the children of Medina, meaning the children of Medina would actually come and

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play with them, but tied up to the pillar of the masjid, unable to do anything to save himself, and the children of Medina would come in, see him and play with him. So anyway, what do we learn from this Hadees that If ever a person is in a situation where shavon bothers him, tries to frighten him, whether it's with some voice, or with some sudden appearance or something, what should a person do instantly,

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but rather below him in

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that order, let him in the shape of a gene, and say it out loud. and be confident, be strong in your heart, that children cannot harm you. Unless and until Allah wills

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and seek help from Allah subhanaw taala to protect you at that time, think of shavonne as anything that's dangerous. by for example, if there's a snake, there's a really huge spider that looks scary, a mouse that so many people are afraid of. So there's anything that's dangerous that's coming towards you to attack you to harm you. Then what do you do?

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You do something to protect yourself, whether it is that you get up and you leave, whatever that you can do, you do something to save yourself, if you just start screaming over there, or you start panicking over there, it's not going to help you. So just like that efficient upon bothers you, tries to hurt you or tries to harm you whether you're asleep or you're in your bed or you're praying sauna, you're alone somewhere or you're in public, wherever are all the below him and this is your protection.

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This is your protection from shavon immediately say our other Billahi min, Ash shaytani r g

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and we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I curse you with a lost focus, meaning I use a lot of help over here that may unless curse be on you, ally naka villafana Tila and he said it three times out loud. Imagine he's praying.

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And he said it out three times. So likewise, don't say in your heart, say it out loud. read the Koran read it out loud because this is your greatest defense and protection from the evil of shape one. So this happened in her dream, mentioning what a sister will sign a dream that she upon was chasing her look like a camel you said and she said I will read it. I could see. And it said that no, it will not do anything. But she said no. I will read it anyway. So she read it and she said by the time she ended well we'll early euroline that thing that it just exploded. And after that, nothing like this again. So many times we have a bad dream like this or we have an experienced you

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know we hear something we get afraid and it's natural, but take help from a loss of primadonnas words and follow the way of the property

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back to Sally either a slammer worm, a CD Avon fill mustard, olive oil, taking a bath, washing the whole body when either a summer when a person becomes a Muslim will play a CD and also time our prisoners Island also fill Masjid in the masjid.

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What kind of Should I ensure a he used to use Moodle he used to order a hoodie mother debtors and your buzzer that they should be bound Isla Sarita and muster to a pillar in the masjid.

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He said that a debtor who was refusing to return the loan, how should he be dealt with? That he should be a tie to one of the pillars of the masjid so that he would feel embarrassed then eventually return? Okay? The loan

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these days what happens that if a person hasn't paid a bill or something, then they give your name and your contacts to collections, right? And they call you and they harass you they keep mailing you, reminding you again and again. So this is a way right and this is also the way in which we learn over here.

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I had this an Abdullah who have no use of Allah had different delays or had done a series of newbies or even semirara of a hudaydah part of birth and abuse of Allahu alayhi wa sallam a heightened privilege then he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sent hyden horseman with an edge in the direction of nudge for jet so it came meaning that group of horsemen they returned below Julian with a man

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Bernie hanifa of Bernie hanifa you all know who who was called. So mama to blue sided. So mama even remember his story. So that is mentioned briefly over here. So this group of companions from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sent the direction of Nigeria, they went, they perhaps had, you know, came across some people and captured one men, who was called sama bin. And they brought him to Medina with them, because he had done many wrong things against the Muslims, for obaku so they tied him bisaya thing to a pillar mincer where al Masjid of the pillars of the masjid so basically the title to one of the pillars

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for Colorado, alien abuse of Allahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets, a lot of them came out to him, meaning from his house, he came out to see him for Allah. And then eventually he said, up to the KU Mama, untie him meaning got him go, let samama go. And this happened when immediately know, after a couple of days, because the profits or losses and I'm asked him and then he said, If you kill me then, you know, he mentioned a couple of things. But one of the things that he mentioned was that if you set me free, then you find me grateful or something to that effect. So eventually the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, let him go applicants of Allah from Tanaka samama when he was at free, what

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did he do? He went Elana, slim, Caribbean, to some palm trees that were near. So basically an oasis, mineral Masjid that was close to the masjid for Salah, and then he took a bath. So mahalo Masjid and he entered the masjid for color and then he said Ashley, La ilaha illAllah Muhammadan rasul Allah, I bear witness that there is no god worthy of worship and align that Muhammad Sallallahu cinema's the messenger on my meeting, he became Muslim. Why because he saw how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam actually was how the Muslims actually work. Because when he was far away, his enmity was based on what ignorance but when he was in Medina in the masjid, he saw how well he was treated, and how the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam spoke to him and eventually he was just freed. So this show to him the truthfulness of Islam. So he went to Cuba returned and proclaimed his Shahada in front of everybody. And from this, we see that what Buhari has mentioned that when a person becomes Muslim, then they take a bath, but remember, this is Mr. have not watched? It's not mandatory, it is better, because why we see that many occasions prophets have a lot of time to tell people that they should take a bath, but not every occasion, because it depends on what state the person has been in, I mean, this man, so Mama, who are no he was a captive for several days. So obviously, his state was such that it

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required a bathroom him and one more thing we see in this Hadees is that when he became Muslim, he announced it were in the masjid. So from the scholar say that if a person becomes a Muslim, then that should be announced at the masjid. Why?

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Why? So that people know that this individual is now a Muslim, otherwise, I will let people know. Also, one more thing we learned is that a non Muslim may enter the masjid.

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Because there's something that we are not confident about many times if we hear that they're non Muslims in the masjid, we're not 100% comfortable, or some people are not comfortable. So now we know based on this hadith that a non Muslim can enter the masjid. He can even go to the place where the people are performing slaughter because the pillar was wearing in the middle of the masjid. Not the back. Obviously, the bidder was supporting the roof. So it had to be somewhere in the middle. And there wasn't just one bidder, many bidders. So one of them samama was tied to they'll do Lahore and so this shows that a non Muslim may enter the masjid. Scholars have set certain conditions that

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only you know in certain situations they may enter. Like, for example, they have said that when there's some benefit for the machine, so for example, the person is hired anomalous and is hired to let's say, paint the mustard. Is that permissible? Yes. Can they enter the muster to paint it? Yes. Even though they're not in the state of cleanliness. Obviously, you cannot apply the rules of the heart out to them. Likewise, they have said that if they want to come and learn about Islam, so they want to come to the masjid, listen to the hookah, listen to the Quran, watch the Muslims pray, definitely it's allowed, right. So it could be some benefit for themselves and benefit for the

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masjid. As long as it is with the approval of the Muslims their permission, scholars have said it is allowed. Why approval and permission of the Muslims. So that because when the approval when the permission is there, then first of all the people at the masjid they don't feel threatened. Okay, then how come? Who's this person? What are they doing over here?

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There's also some kind of agreement, right communication between the two in the sense that

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The non Muslims they know what, what not to do in the masjid or what to do in the masjid. Like, for example, the person just walks in, right and they're walking with their shoes, for instance. But if there has been some communication, which is true for the majority of the cases, then what happens? They're informed that you're not to be talking loudly when the people are praying, or when the sermon is going on. There's communication then people are made aware of what to do and what not to do. But regardless of the conditions, remember that non Muslims are allowed to enter the masjid.

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There are many incidents where we learned that people did come to the masjid.

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delegations would come. Also people would come to speak to the prophets on the lows and remember that after the Battle of butter when there were many captives, their family members they came to pay the ransom so that their relatives could be set free. And where do they come? To meet the prophets? Allah is in the masjid. For many reasons, they would come to seek the judgment of the prophets of Allah. And even today, they may come for various reasons. As long as there's communication, it's perfectly fine. Obviously, when they're not going to be praying the celestial janazah but they can be there. Yes, they can be present. One more Hadees we can do inshallah, quickly.

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Bab la Mati film, St. De Lille mirbeau. Well at him, Alzheimer atteint. Where Phil mustard in the masjid, the motto for the sick people will lie to him and others, meaning if there is a sick person, and they want to be at the masjid

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kind of tend to be put up for them so that they can stay in that tent? Yes. So in other words, can it be used as

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a temporary clinic or a temporary hospital or something like that? It maybe it can be definitely, because, in fact, it's easier. Why? Because if people coming and going, they can attend to the sick people much easily.

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And also, we see that doctors offices are almost in every building.

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I remember I was at a museum recently, and we had to press Allah. So we asked the management where we could pray. And they told us that when the security guard comes, ask him to open the first aid room for you. So imagine this is a museum, fine even went into that room. There was a bed over there. You know, many things over there, just because anybody can have a serious injury. It's a public place. So there is no harm in having a separate doctor's room. So just like that in a Masjid. Can there be a bed or a couch so that a sick person can lie down over there? And if a person is sick, and they go and lie down in the masjid, on a couch, or even on the floor of the machine? Yes,

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they can. There's no harm in that. As long as the sickness is done, we've

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had this as a career of no hair color at the center of the law human animating or high definition on a video not a shadow. Khalid Oliva, she said he was hit who sorry, didn't sound a little horn who this has been more young will handle on the day of handle, fill a car, in a car. What is a car, a car is said that it is an artery, which is in the arm.

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So he got hit on his arm and his archery in particular. So obviously, if he got injured wounded over there, you can imagine how much he was bleeding.

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For the love and abuse of the Lord he was setting them up. For the prophets of Allah is an important limit and a tent filled Masjid in the masjid Leo the human heart Even so that he could attend to him from near meaning he could keep a close eye on him. And this shows how beloved's had been more audible and who was to the prophets of Allah said that the prophet SAW the loss and wanted him to be in the masjid so that he could keep keep an eye on him himself. He could attend to him himself, follow me around home, so it did not frighten them.

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Who them it's mentioned later. waffle must, Judy Hi, Matan min bunnies a foul and in the mustard was also a tent that belonged to Bermuda. So some people from vanilla fall. They also had a tent in the masjid. So many tents in the machine. We learned about that woman who had a tent in the masjid and we learned about South Bend Morales a little on who was sick so he had a tent. And then when we found they had a tent in the masjid so anyway but one of the fall they did not get afraid in there except a demo by the blood which blood that was your see Lou LA and that was flowing towards them. Meaning everything was fine. Until when the Bernoulli fall when they saw all that blood flowing

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towards them. They got afraid. Afraid for who

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Sargon was okay that where's all this blood coming from? Imagine if you see blood flowing freely on the ground. Would you not get it

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So they got afraid for color so they said yeah lol heimer or person who is in the Hema in the 10th man has a lady Tina m and p bellicon. What is this that's coming to us from you meaning from your direction meaning what is all this blood that is flowing towards us from you meaning from your attempt for either said or done. So when they saw it was sad level or no yellow, yellow means to flow to bleed? He was bleeding what was bleeding dude who who has your his wound determine so much blood, meaning when they saw it was a bit more odd whose wound was bleeding profusely for Madhavi. So he died in it meaning in that femur, or because of that illness. And sadly, Morocco or no,

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remember that he was the companion who when he passed away, we learned that the throne alive in shock. What a great rank he had near Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was actually one of the leaders of the unsolved of his tribe. And we learned that how he got injured at work. And remember that he is the one who made the verdict concerning the winner karela because of their treachery with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam because of a nucleolar. They said that we will only accept sourthern Wilders verdict concerning us because you know, for their treachery. So he made that verdict. And after that he passed away. So we learned over here that a person who is sick

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may stay at the machine. And it's understood that when a person is sick or injured in this manner, then they will be blood, such bodily excretions and they are not measures. Remember that when it comes to impure excretion to the body. They're only that which comes from the private part. Okay, other than that, whether it's blood, or it is saliva, even vomit, it's not legis Okay, it's not impure. So if it falls to the ground, if it falls in the clothes of a person flowing literally on the ground of the masjid, it's not a problem. Remember the Hadees where the Bedouin came in urinate in the masjid? What happened? It was not tolerated at all it was immediately washed off. Right? But

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over here we don't see that because he was his wound was bleeding so much he was taken out of the masjid. No, he was still kept to the masjid which means that blood is not impure.

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And so a sick person can come to the masjid. In fact they should because sometimes, you know, if there's a person who is unwell, may have a disability, they may have the need to, for instance, spit out you know, excessively and continuously people may you know, they feel uncomfortable around them or they feel that they're making the mustard dirty person may have had a serious surgery and as a result they have a, you know, a bag that collects their urine and they may feel uncomfortable going to the masjid, they can go to the masjid they should go to the masjid just take care of the Hara. But they should be at the masjid because a mustard is a place of worship or connecting to a loss of

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panel data, meeting other people. So everyone is welcome over there.

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