Bukhari 110 The Group Prayer Hadith 694 696

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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Lilian Karim. I'm about Farooq Abdullah human a[???]aka rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim from distracting flooded us silly mg melissani of Coco Lee Robinson arena. Bab number 55. Either Lem, you, Tim Mm hmm. unhelpful. But before this, we learned about when is it that the person who's praying behind the Imam, when should he do such? And that was a question about when to say Salaam, that when the Imam says Salaam are you supposed to say the salami immediately after or along with him? Or once he ends that asleep? When is it that the moon should say the the slim in this regard? Remember, a man is supposed to be followed. And what that means is you don't do the action with the

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man. Rather you do it after him. Right? So for example, when he's going down into such though, when is it that the moon should do such that when the Imam is already in frustration? So when he goes down, he's in such the then it is that the people behind him should start going down into sector. So likewise with regards to the slim, how will it be done? When the Imam says that the slim when he's done then the people behind him will do the slim. Now there are two ways of doing this. Either you take each lamp separately, or you take both of them together as you know one act of worship. So if you take them as separate acts of worship, then what will happen once the Imam has said is to slim

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on the right side and he begins a second one, then the moon should begin the first one. You understand? No? Okay. So the Imam says assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah right side. And then he goes on his left side Assalamualaikum warahmatullah. Now, when he goes on to his left side, when he begins a second the slim, then the moon should begin there. First, the slim. You understand? This is one way and the other way is that after the US has bought the salon, then the man will do his books. Alright. But remember, there should not be too long of a gap because sometimes it happens. The man says the salon and we are resetting our doors, right? So if you're in the middle of a door, and you

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can finish it, go ahead and do it. But if you haven't even started it, and the man has already set this up, and then you start saying your dog, it will take long. So what is best that the action of the mom should follow immediately after the action of the Imam? The words then you have to follow the words so you hear him saying assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah. Don't go to the salon. Don't turn to your right first, immediately. When you hear him say the second to slim, then you do the first bad either Allah muting my enamel will attempt I'm on hold for who either let mute him when he does not complete who lmm the Imam. So the Imam does not complete something, what uttama and he has to

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complete who munhall For who? Those who are behind him, meaning if the Imam leaves something from the prayer. So what is meant by this is that if the Imam leave something out from the prayer, why would he leave it out? I would have forgetfulness, and sometimes also deliberately,

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in the sense that he is reminded, but still, he doesn't listen. So he keeps going, and he leaves something out. Then those who are praying behind him, what are they supposed to do? Follow the Imam and leave out what he left? Or do they have to perform it, they have to perform it in that way. In that regard, they're not going to follow the email. So for example, the Imam, what he does is that he just goes down into such that he just has a lower button immediately he gets up. And you don't hear him saying subpanel bill Arla at all?

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Okay. Now, if you get up before saying anything without saying anything and for every such that every record, this is the trend, then you're you're such that your record. It's not according to the center. Right. So in that case, what are you going to do? You are going to

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complete that act of prayer, even if the Imam left it. All right. Likewise, the Imam is not raising his hands. You understand the Imam is not raising and this happens many times. There are people who don't do a lot of reading during their Salah. So he's left it out. Now those who are following the Imam, they know the Sunnah. Should they still raise their hands? Yes, they will. They have to.

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Okay. Likewise,

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the Imam recites only sort of data in the first and second record, only sort of fatty news reciting out loud he doesn't resize any sort after that. And he goes down into the core and this is his way he only site through the Vatican. Now those were

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were praying behind him, are they going to leave out a part of the prayer? No, they are going to perform it. Either lamb utms emammal will attend them on hold for those who are behind him, they have to complete it. Remember that there are two kinds of actions that the man could leave out. One is an action, which, if a person leaves out in his prayer, it's not going to make the prayer invalid. The Prayer is still valid. It's, it's a Sunnah Act, or it's a muster hub. Okay? So for example, instead of the use of panel of your wireless panel to Bill artists panel or bill art, and there are many more that you can see, right? Now, if the if the man who says I just long enough to

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save the panel will bill Arla, let's say three times? That is, okay. If he's not making a long stretch, though, you understand? So in that case, what will you do continue to follow the man because what he has left out will not make the prayer invalid. But if he leaves something out, and that will make the prayer invalid. Like, for example, he skips the record. he skips the search, though, he misses an entire car.

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Then in that case, the moon will give the benefit of the doubt to the man that he has forgotten. Okay. And what will the moon do? remind the man how the men will say Subhanallah the women will clap. Now, there's more details to this, okay, as to how they will remind and what happens if he doesn't listen. And if he let's say the man is reminded, yet he doesn't. Listen, he carries on, then in that case, will the prayer be valid? Would it be valid? Think about it. He did not recite to the vet at all. Is that a car valid? He did not do record at all. Is it a car valid? He's not sitting for tissue. And the people behind him are things Pamela Pamela, women are clapping. And he doesn't

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listen, he carries on.

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And at the end, also, he doesn't do any studies. So he doesn't make up that rocker. Now, let's say it's too late to go back. I mean, he forgot that of course, he went into such that by the time he got up from a second says that he realized, Oh, this is why they're things of Panama, it's too late. So then what is necessary that at the end, make up another car and do search this out. But let's say the man doesn't listen at all. He doesn't get it, he doesn't listen, then in that case, what will happen, though, he's not going to follow the Imam anymore. He's going to carry on with his own Salah. You understand he's going to carry on with his own Salah. Now there is more details to this,

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in which case, what will be done, right? And inshallah we'll study all those details. But this is just an overview, that if the man is making a mistake, what's the responsibility of the reminder? If he gets it 100 Allah doesn't get it doesn't listen. Then in that case, no, my mom has to complete the prayer. Okay, so for example, he carries on it with the mom until the end of the prayer but the Imam is not standing up to make up the Raka and he's not doing any such as to how then the moon is just going to make up his own rocker after inshallah we'll look at the details of this okay.

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Had the problem Salim Kala had the sun and Hassan Abu Salah shabu

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than Abdullah Abdullah hymnody now, nz dibny Islam and artha igneous setting under the hood a lotta under Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam McCall useful lunella calm. They pray for you, meaning the Imam they pray for you. In other words on your behalf for in azabu if they are correct, meaning if they perform the Sala correctly, fella come then for you. What does that mean? Meaning you also have the reward. So for example, the man is reciting Surah Fatiha out loud.

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According to many scholars, the mom doesn't have to recite Al Fatiha on his own behind him. Okay in the first and second record, because Imam is reciting for who for everybody, right. So finally come then for you is also reward what in a hobo but if they make a mistake, who the man makes a mistake, then find a comb then for you. Meaning you will have reward for what for what you do. So for example, a man made a mistake. He didn't recite to the Father at all. Okay, but you recited it. You didn't follow the environment that you recited through the letter, then for you is the reward of what what you performed

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and where I lay him and against them. There's a difference between lakum and I lay him lako means you will have reward or lay means that is against them meaning they will have the sin. The sin will be on them. Of what of the mistake that they have made.

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Okay, of the air that they have committed. So what do we learn from this hadith? The main lesson is that if the Imam gets it, right, meaning he performs Asana properly, without any errors, then the reward is for who for the email, and also for those who are following him, meaning both will have reward. All right. But if the man makes a mistake, then for the moon is reward reward for what?

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For his connects honor. But this isn't the case where the moon will actually perform that action, not that he will follow the Imam in error.

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You understand? I mean, if the mistake of the Imam is clear to the moon, then what should the moon do? Correct?

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All right, and he should not follow the Imam in the air. All right, if the Imam is leaving something out, he's making a mistake, the moon still has to perform that particular action and when he will perform it, then he will have the reward. And for them is sin, meaning for the amount of sin for leaving it out. So hopper is for the one who committed the hotter. Now, what does this mean? That the prayer of the Imam and the prayer of those praying behind him so the prayer of the Imam and the prayer of the moon, there is a connection between the two.

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What is that connection? How much of the man's prayer affects the prayer of the moon? Does it have any effect at all?

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Or does it have no effect? there is difference of opinion amongst the scholars concerning the effect of the Imams prayer, on the prayer of those who are praying behind him.

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The first opinion is that there is no connection between the two meaning each is praying individually, his own account, the man's prayer is for him and the moon's prayer is for him, there is no connection. So if the man's prayer, it breaks, it gets nullified, it doesn't make a difference to the moon's prayer at all. The man makes a mistake, it doesn't affect the mood at all. That's his fault that is not the same as those who are following him. You understand? Clear?

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Okay.

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Another opinion is and this is the opinion of anonymous Jeffrey, of the Shafi school of thought, according to the Hanafi school of thought, it is said that the Imams prayer and the mom's prayer is very much connected. So what that means is, if the Imam makes a mistake, or there is a fault in the prayer of the Imam,

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that same effect will also happen to the prayer of the moon. So for example, if the man breaks his will do during the prayer, then all the people praying behind him, their prayer is also invalid.

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Understand,

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if the Imam starts talking,

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I mean something outside of Salah during the prayer. He starts laughing, then the prayer of the people behind him invalid. You understand? Okay.

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Third opinion is that the prayer of the Imam and the prayer of the moon? Yes, they are connected.

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But the Imams prayer only affects the moms prayer in certain cases, not in all cases, in certain cases.

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This is the opinion of the Maliki school of thought,

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Hamblen school of thought and also the opinion of even taymiyah that there is a connection. The man's prayer does have an effect on the prayer, but only in certain situations. All right. Now what are those situations? It is when the Imam is deliberately

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doing something wrong. All right. And the people are following him. Knowingly,

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knowingly, then in that case, the Imams prayer is invalid. And the moon spirit will also be invalid. Even taymiyah said the prayer of the one who is praying behind an Imam is not necessarily invalidated as soon as the Imams prayer becomes invalidated. Because if the one who is praying behind him does this prayer properly, fulfilling all of its conditions and doing all of its essential and obligatory parts, it is not permissible to regard it as invalid, except with some sound evidence. So for example, the Imam, he breaks his will do now the people who are praying behind him they didn't break their will do. Why should their prayer be invalid? You understand? So

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what will happen? The amount that he broke his will do now obviously it's not praying anymore. The people who are behind him, what are they going to do?

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They're going to continue their prayer how either individually, or one of them will step forward and leave the rest in prayer. You understand? So

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In this case, there's no effect.

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You understand, there's no effect over here. Even taymiyah said with regards to the Hadith that we learned earlier that this is a text which shows that if the Imam makes a mistake, it is his responsibility, and not that of those who are praying behind him. Okay, she has already said, the correct view is that the prayer of the one who is praying behind an Imam is not rendered invalid. In all cases.

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It is not rendered invalid in all cases, if the prayer of the Imam becomes invalid, even if the man's prayer became invalid during the prayer, and he exited, the one who was praying behind the Imam may carry on with his prayer either on his own or one of the may lead them may lead the rest in the prayer. And this is a strong report from Mr. Mohammed. And this is the opinion that is held by many scholars and this has weight to it. So what do we understand then the other three opinions which one is the strongest, the third one, that the man square does have an effect but only in certain cases. Now, there are certain cases in which of the prayer of the Imam is invalid, then the

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prayer of those behind him is also invalidated. And these are two cases. First of all, the case where the air of the Imam, the mistake of the Imam is obvious to those who are behind him. It is known, it is obvious it is not hidden. Now, let's say there is a person who's leading people in prayer. He breaks his will do and only he knows about it, the rest of the people have no idea.

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Now he is praying if he continues with the prayer. He is praying his Salah without wood is a solid valid. No. But the people who are praying behind him, they don't know that he was making such a big mistake. He's committing such a big sin. They have no idea.

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Now, in this case, the man's prayer is invalid for sure. But the people who are praying behind him, is their prayer invalid? No. Not at all, because they're praying with little. But if the mistake of the email is obvious to the people who are praying behind him. So for example, the Imam laughed out loud, loudly. And I mean, people who bring behind him, they heard it. They heard that laughter and we know that such laughter, breaks the prayer is the mistake. obvious. It is obvious.

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Now, the man his prayers invalid. But let's say he disregards that completely. And he carries on with the prayer. Okay, now the people who are praying behind him, they know that the man's prayer is invalid. Should they follow him?

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They should not follow him.

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If they still follow Him, then is their prayer valid? No.

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Because they're following someone whose prayer is not valid. You see what I mean? Now, what should they do? They should carry on on their own. But let's say they don't, they carry on after that a man whose prayer is not valid, then that gives their prayer is not valid either. If they carry on on their own, then is a pretty valid. If they carry on on their own, then their prayer is valid. All right? Likewise, the Imam is not facing the Qibla.

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He's not facing the Qibla is not covered.

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He does not recite to the facts at all.

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Okay, now, these are areas which will invalidate the prayer. All right. And these are errors which are obvious to the people who are praying behind the Imam.

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So if they keep following him, despite these errors, then the prayer of the Imam is invalid. And the prayer of the people praying behind him is also invalid. So is a clear,

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a very important life lesson also, that follow someone only when they're doing something, right. If they're making a mistake, clearly wrong, then no matter who they are, you will not follow them. Right with all due respect, you're not going to follow them.

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That how important the man's responsibility is and how conscious he should be, right?

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Your child's case is slightly different. Because we do learn from a hadith where I mentioned to you the incident where the companion he was very young, only six or seven years of age, and he used to lead the people in prayer. And his clothes were so short, and when he would go into Saturday, his back would show. So one day a woman she got very upset. And she said why don't you get something to cover the behind of this child. So then everybody got together and they bought a cloth for him, but we see that they continue to pray behind him.

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Now again, you see if it happens, unconsciously the Imam doesn't know. And this isn't the case where he's wearing clothes. I mean, he made sure his shirt was tucked in properly. He didn't think his outro would show. But let's say he goes down into such that and then it shows and he doesn't have any idea. He doesn't know it may happen, right? It wasn't missing.

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Take, but if he started off with shorts that are above his knees, he started the prayer wearing those shorts, then

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that's not right. I mean, realize that their supply is invalid. And if you still follow them, despite the fact that their air is clear to them, therefore I will not be valid in those clothes and they're still praying in those quotes, and you follow them, when their prayer is not valid, then your prayer will not be valid either. So in that case, you don't you don't pray behind them. Alright, so this was one case in which if the Imams prayer is invalid, then the people who are praying behind him their prayer will also be invalid. What is this case, when the mistake is obvious and known, and the people behind don't correct him, and they carry on? Okay. The second is,

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which is, according to many scholars, when we discussed this earlier, that if there passes between a person and his sutra, a dog, a donkey, or a woman, between the Imam and his sutra, then the Imams prayer is made invalid, right. According to many scholars, this is the opinion and when his prayer will be invalid, and the prayer of the people behind him will also be invalid. Why? Because the sutra of the moment is to throw those who are following him. So in this case, it's like, even though a person is standing five rows behind the Imam, it has the dark past immediately in front of him, because this is sutra, the man works as a sutra of the people who are behind him. So in this case,

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the Salah will be affected. But besides these Jews, these two situations, the the prayer, the if the man's prayer is made invalid, then the people who are praying behind him, their prayer does not automatically become invalid. Now, if the Imam makes a mistake, then what is it that the mom has to do? He has to correct the email how, by things are panela the women will clap. But let's say the man is not understanding what he's being told.

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All right. So for example, he missed the record completely. Okay. And he's going down into such though, and the people start saying the panelist panels panel, and he's like, what's going on? He's just, he's just fixed in such that he's not understanding. So, then in this case, they will remind him of the Act that he has missed by the particular supplication of that act. So for example, they will say soprano being Arlene.

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II understand, they will soprano it'll be in our lane, so that he understands Oh, I missed record. If he forgot such though, they will say soprano labial Arla,

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if he went straight from record into such that they will say, some of your love would even have either, okay. Understand, they will say something, so that he will remember if he missed the sitting between two frustrations, they will say, of the failure of the city so that he can understand what he missed out on. Now, depending on where exactly they are in prayer, the man will then decide to either perform that Lucan immediately what he missed, or make up that rocker. At the end. You understand this is just like, if you make a mistake and pray, what do you do? If you can actually fix that during the Salah, you fix it. But you can't really go back reverse it from a sitting

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position to recover, you can't do that. So in this case, what are you going to do? You're going to make up that entire car at the end. So this is exactly what the man will do and the people behind him will follow. All right. Now if the Imam is making a mistake, and the people behind him do not realize,

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let's say he missed a complete record, and the people behind him didn't realize either,

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then remember that the prayer of both is valid.

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It is valid. Why? Because he didn't realize and they didn't realize. But let's say there's a person watching them from outside. And he comes in after the prayer and he says you guys prayed only three lacar.

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And in that case, what will they do?

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They will stand for the rocker and do this as well. Okay? If the man is making a mistake, and the people behind him do realize that he's making a mistake, and they don't tell him

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they don't tell him. So in other words, they keep following Him, then the Imams prayer is valid.

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But then what is fair is not valid.

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Because he was making a mistake, right? unknowingly forgetfulness, and they are deliberately doing something wrong.

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You understand? So the amount of spare is valid, but the people are praying behind them their prayer is not valid. So if ever you're standing behind any man

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And he's making a mistake. And

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nobody, you're standing like 50 rows behind the man. And there is no way that you can tell him. So don't keep following. All right, you can't do that. Thirdly, the man is making a mistake and the people behind him do realize.

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All right, they do realize that the man was making a mistake, and they do not follow him. So for example, they get up from the fourth book or the sajida, in order to sit for the Shahada.

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The man instead of sitting for the Shahada, he gets up to make another rocker. Fifth rocker. Now, the people who are praying behind him, they realize that no, no, this was the fourth rocker. So what do they do? They sit down, and they do their Shahada. You understand? They sit down and they do their Shahada. So in that case, what's happening, their prayer is valid is the Imams prayer valid

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if he didn't realize it is valid. But when he gets up, and there are people things, a panel and they're sitting behind, and they're sitting, and he sees reading from the corner of his eyes that people are sitting, then what is he supposed to do? Sit down, and the prayer. But if he doesn't, then I mean, his prayers invalid, because he's adding to the prayer deliberately, while realizing he's making a mistake. All right, and he's adding to the prayer, he's doing something that is not part of the [???]tier.

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And that has no value because remember, the Hadees that whoever does an action that is not part of this matter of hours, then it will be rejected. So that prayer is invalid. But let's say the man is confident that no, this is the fourth record.

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He is confident then in that case, he completes the prayer, as you know, with five lacar because he thinks it's four and at the end, there is an argument and back and forth and discussion and then he's like, okay, you're right, then he understands later in that case, is this person valid? Yes, it is. Because he was genuinely making a mistake. It was not a deliberately wrong action. Clear. Okay. She's gonna say mean was asked if the man prays five lacar by mistake, what is the ruling on his prayer and the prayer of those behind him? He replied, if the man prays five lowcarb by mistake, then his prayer is valid. And the prayer of those who follow him by mistake or out of ignorance is

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valid too. Because both are genuinely making a mistake. Robin Allah to Athena in the center, our partner, but if a person knows that it is an extra car, when the man stands up for the extra dakara, he should sit and say the salon who does not move because he knows the man is making a mistake, because in this case, he believes that his imams prayer has become invalid unless he's afraid that his Imam has stood up for an extra car because he failed to recite a feather or something like that in one of the cars. In that case, he should wait and not say the salon, meaning there is a reason for him to believe that the man is making up a car. Not that he's bringing a fifth row car, but he's

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just making up a car. Okay, so let's say in his third riccar Imam did not recite Fatiha. And you have a feeling he didn't recite Why? Because he went down very quickly. Then in that case, fourth record, when you're getting up from such the Imam stands up, and you say, soprano law or a woman claps but the man he insists on performing that record and you understand that, oh, he must be completing his record. He must be performing it again. So in that case, what are you going to do as more? Keep sitting? wait for him to complete his record? When he says the salon then you say the salon with him?

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No, in the third, fourth record, you have to recite it yourself. Okay. The Imam suta patter is not sufficient for you.

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Okay, so in summary, of the Imams prayer is invalid. That doesn't make the prayer of those who are following him invalid, except in certain cases. Okay. Now, what about the mistake in recitation? If the man was reciting, and he makes a mistake, what is the mom supposed to do? There are two kinds of mistakes. One is a mistake, and which means it's a major mistake, the meaning is changing. All right, the meaning is changing. So for example, he was reciting, lets us a little Arla

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and

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he shifts to sudo ln,

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you understand?

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Because there are some ions which are very similar.

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So he doesn't realize and he switches. Now, it's a whole it's gonna change the meaning.

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right one is where the agenda will Ashkar right and then there are different one is talking about the person who is going to go to healthcare and the other is talking about the person who will be saved from hellfire.

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So in this case, the meaning is changing, then what should happen? The people who are praying behind him, they have to correct him. What do they have to do? They must correct him

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But if it's a mistake in which the meaning is not changing drastically, or it's not changing that much. So for example, instead of meaning he says what mean

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it's a grammatical error, but it is an error.

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Instead of saying follow him, he just has a home. Okay? He misses a while here, changes a Hanukkah here, there. It's a small error. Now, sometimes change of America can have a big difference in meaning. Okay? So it really depends on the error. If the error is minor, it's not really going to change the meaning that much. Or let's say there's a discrete mistake. I mean, obviously, people who would note that we they can pick out every little error, right? Now, in this case, if they start correcting the Imam, he might not be able to complete the prayer, right? Or sometimes what happens is that, let's say children, they're they've just memorized the Jews, and they're leading. And it's

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a very minor error. And if you correct them at that, they'll get frazzled for the rest of the year, and they'll keep making mistakes again and again. Alright, so in that case, remember, there's two options. One is that when it's a minor mistake, the mom is corrected. And the other is that he's not corrected during the prayer. Rather, he's corrected after the prayer. Okay. So two kinds of mistakes, major that is changing the meaning.

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In that case, you have to correct. The other is that it's a minor mistake, you have the option to correct him or not correct him. But you must make him aware of the mistake after the prayer for sure Why? So that he can correct himself? What if he doesn't even realize, you know, because there's some sources which we have memorized. And this is how we always recite it, and we don't really open up a must have to make sure we were reciting it correctly. And we might not realize our mistake. So it's the responsibility of the people who are praying behind to inform. Yes.

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Likewise, if the ayah is missed, if one of the ayat is missed, again, it's a major mistake. You praying with people and you? Yeah.

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Yeah.

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It does not invalidate the prayer. Nor is it such an error, which requires such as Oh,

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okay, carry on.

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Now, let's say the man made a mistake in his recitation, and the person standing behind him, he sets upon a law, that

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he didn't get it, or he was confident about what he was reading. And he continued, he's not listening. So in this case, what will happen, the move is going to give him the benefit of the doubt that he didn't realize the mistake. And then after the prayer, he's going to correct you understand, if, for example, your son is reciting a sutra, and you say, you clap, he stops for a moment. And then he carries on you clap again. He ignores you completely and carries on.

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And after this one, I like what happens like I was reading correctly, why were you correcting me?

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I wasn't making any mistake. All right. Because you see in the prayer, you can't really have a conversation.

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I mean, somebody is making a mistake, you point that out? If they get it good. If they don't get it, how are you supposed to make them understand during the slot? You can't do that. So you carry on, given the benefit of the doubt that he didn't understand. And after the prayer, you inform him here, all right. Yes.

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Yeah, I mean, you recite? Yeah, but let's say, you do it, but still they don't get it. Or you think that they would understand themselves and they'll fix it. But they don't understand and they just keep reciting. And you don't get a chance to say anything.

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Exactly. Or sometimes a woman all the way at the back. The man cannot hear. Yes.

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Okay. Now, all of this discussion, what does it show that the man's prayer is for him and the moon's prayer is for him. Right? The man's prayers for him, the moon's prayer is for him. And it shows that if the Imam is making a mistake, that is significant. I mean, a major mistake even. And the mom was praying behind him. He attempted to correct him didn't work. What's the mom doing? He's carrying on with his own prayer. Right? So what does it show that if a person is praying behind someone who is sinful, and he doesn't have any choice, like you see, there was a man by the name of hydrogen use? Have you heard of him?

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I mean, he did that well before he passed away. But during his life, he afflicted a lot of, you know, suffering on the believers, and there were so hot Sahaba and the tambourine who prayed behind her judgment

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Because they didn't have an option, if they resisted him in any way oppose him in any way didn't pray behind him, they'd be finished. Right? So they didn't have an option. So what does it show? He's committing his sins. They are his responsibility. His prayer is not valid because of his with our because of his leaving out certain that's his problem. The imams prayer is his and the moon's prayer is his,

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of course, and this is why the people who are following him they should not be following him in what is wrong. Okay. So this is where we go to the next web, Amanda tilma toony. We'll move the third year, the magma of mastodon and move to there who is often the one who is subject to fitna. All right, meaning one who is in fitna with regards to a matter of Deen meaning in his religion, he is in fitness and fitness over here means like a major sin. So for example, he deals with robot like a lot, not a little bit, but a lot. Or let's say he has had on relationships with women. It's a major sin.

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Now, this is a milestone. But if he is the Imam, and it's possible,

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it is possible in certain situations where such a person is leading others in prayer.

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I mean, just recently, somebody informed me about this man who had sexual relationships with another man. And they would pray together, in tomorrow, you understand? Now, let's say these two people, they have a heart on relationship. And they're praying and tomorrow.

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And there is another Muslim man who sees Okay, these two men are praying together, let me go join them. He goes and joins them. But the Imam who's leading is committing a haram action in his life. And later on, this person finds out the third person came and joined them that this is how this man is. Should he repeat his prayer? Was his prayer valid?

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What's the deal over here?

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Likewise, these days, I mean, you can't exactly interview every person.

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Do you do this? Do you do this? Do you do this? Do you do this? You can't do that. You will pray behind someone. And later on, you'll find out that this is the kind of things that they do. So do you have to repeat all the praise at your grade behind them?

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So imagine Mattoon

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we'll move to there.

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And the one who is committing a murder? Now remember that if there is a milestone person, meaning one who's committing harm in his life, a major sin in his life, then if a person prays behind him, his prayer is valid. Hmm. My tone I mean, his fitna his sin is his that's his problem. But the person who was praying behind him, the moon, does he have to repeat his prayer? No, he doesn't have to, is he allowed to pray behind him? Yes, he is allowed to pray behind him. And so this shows that the amount of work is valid, because his sin is on him. And for us is our prayer. And this is why we see the two However, they pray behind her judgment.

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Okay. Now, if you think about it, which person is sin free? Nobody? I mean, think about it, but is it not a major, major deal? It is, which person is exempt from it? Think about it. And if we,

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you know, discriminate people in the sense that we don't allow them to be the Imam based on their level of righteousness, we won't find anyone who's perfect enough, because everyone has their shortcomings. So what do we learn that the man his sins are his and the people who are praying behind him, their prayer is theirs, you understand?

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So in that situation, I mean, if you have another option,

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then you go there. So for example, in Joomla, hotbot, foul language is being used by the Imam or, like you see that there is major major errors being committed over there. So in that case, if you have an option of going somewhere else for Joomla, do that. But if you don't have an option, that's the only mustard in the area, you're already in the congregation. And if you dare to say something, or do something afterwards, you're going to be in a lot of trouble. Because that people can also be very violent. Then in that case, remember that the scenes of the memories and the prayer of the mom is his, okay, then in that case, the mom does not have to repeat the prayer. Now, when it comes to a

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move to there who has moved here, the one who does better now if you think about it, he is also Mattoon, he's also in fitna indeed. But trauma that his fitness greater and more specific, because it isn't his RP though. It is in his faith.

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All right. So this is

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Why he has been mentioned separately. Mattoon is general. Okay. And move further is more specific and especially with regards to rpm of stone is in federal inaction and motor there is

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primary sources the corrupt or thida. Remember that there are two kinds of motive there. One is such a bit dirty person who's bitter or invalidate his Islam meaning does not let him remain a Muslim.

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Okay, like magic is

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right magic is colorful clearly. And this person is openly doing magic. But remember that bedarra bedarra is an innovation something that is innovated in religion. Okay, mean something that is performed as part of religion, you know, as an act of worship. Like, for example, there are people who believe, let's say about certain people, certain individuals that they receive revelation, or their representatives of, you know, a loss of panel Darla, like certain events, and they even do such that to them. You understand?

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Now, these people, are they considered Muslim by mainstream Muslims? No,

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they're not considered Muslim. Because their belief about Allah subhanaw taala is very corrupted, about hudnall risala. The seed of prophethood is also corrupted. Such people are not considered Muslim, even if they call themselves Muslim, the rest of the Muslims don't consider them Muslim. You understand? Because they will leave about certain individuals that they represent a lot.

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They will even do such that to them. They will even pray to them.

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Exactly, they will put their pictures before them and then pray.

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Yeah, so they have changed the religion even that there is no five time prayers, there's only two or three or whatsoever. Now this is such an innovation that has cancelled out their Islam.

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Understand tocopheryl will be there. Right? His bedarra it does is duck feet. Okay. So in this case, we are not going to pray behind them. Why? Because how can you pray behind someone whom you don't consider a Muslim? You understand? You don't consider a Muslim. They're not considered Muslim, even if they call themselves Muslim, but in your heart, you don't consider them to be Muslim. Okay. And remember that the prayer of a calf is invalid. So how can you pray behind a person we don't think is a Muslim. The other kind of Mukhtar there is one who's bizarre, even though it may be major.

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It does not make him Catholic. It does not invalidate his Islam.

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And there are many people who are Muslim but who perform a lot of the DA, right? Whether it is in the form of certain celebrations or you know, saying some things about the prophets of Allah where to sell them. I mean, there are incorrect beliefs about the profit side a lot of time also maybe shadow less profit or he was made of nude and he was not a human being. And he hears our their eyes and you, you say Salaam to Him, and He will come and he will receive it. I mean, these are all innovations. But these innovations don't necessarily expel them from the fold of Islam. And this is the sad state of the majority of the Muslims. Okay.

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Now, let's say you, you go to a Masjid. So that was performed. And right after the solid, the man was saying yellow leave? Yeah, don't leave like 100 or something, you know, times and everybody's resigning after him. And at that time, you realize, Oh, this is bizarre. Was my prayer valid? Yes, it was valid, because it is not such bidra that has expelled him from Islam.

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Exactly, that is also better. But again, remember that that distinguish is it such whether that will expel them from a spam or is it such that there are that will not expel them from Islam? Okay.

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It depends. You have to and if you are unaware of what kind of bizarre it is, if such people are Muslim or not, then ask the people of knowledge, right?

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Yes, but again, it is of different levels. Okay. But there are in urquiza

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some, some better odds are such that will expel a person from Islam. It's absolute [???]. Like the first example that he gave you. But there is another key that also that people have, let's say about the prophets of Allah and that he was not an ordinary human being. He was made of light.

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Okay, now, this is a corrupt belief. It is an incorrect belief, but does it really expel them from Islam? Does it really make them non Muslim? No, it doesn't. It doesn't make them non Muslim. There's a huge difference.

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Huge a Philip over here, corruption and fit. But that doesn't make them non Muslim.

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Like, for example, or the Chinese, or they're not considered a Muslim by mainstream Muslims, even though they call them Muslim, but they're not considered Muslim. There are multiple fatawa issued with regards to them that they're not Muslim because they believe in a prophet

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after Muhammad Sallallahu sallam,

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I mean that clearly contradicts the Quran and Sunnah. Right? So in that case, I mean, you're not going to pray behind them, you're not going to go in the masjid and pray behind them. And if you did pray behind them, that prayer of yours was not valid. So you have to,

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okay, because it's like you're praying behind a non Muslim?

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What about,

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let's say, Shiraz, and Sophie's, okay. Now, again, there are different levels, some are extreme extreme in their beliefs, and others are not. And you will find that the majority are not extreme in their beliefs.

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I mean, they do have certain innovations, but that doesn't mean that they're outside of the fold of Islam. Each case will be different. Each case will be different, you can't just generalize, it's not like a blanket statement that you can put on a whole category of people, you have to analyze it. Okay, now, when a person is praying behind someone who does commit with her, but that does not invalidate their Islam. Is it permissible to do to pray behind them? Yes, it is. But there's a condition. It is with the condition?

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And what is that? That as long as people don't think, by your action of praying behind them, that what they're doing is okay, and you support them?

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You understand? I mean, if you make it clear to the people, that we have these differences, they believe in this, they do this, I don't agree with it.

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But I will sit next to them. I will even pray behind them. However, I disagree with them. When it comes to this matter.

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You understand? Is this permissible? It is it's with a condition you make it clear to the people. But if you don't say anything like that, and you sit next to them and you pray behind them, then what are you promoting

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the acceptance, acceptance of something that you believe in your heart is wrong, but the other people are just gonna look at your action. So is it clear? Likewise, the literati should not think because of you're praying behind him that what he's doing is okay, he's upon truth. And you're okay with they're wrong.

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So as long as the differences are made clear, and we see that majority of the scholars today, they make this known, I mean, they're teaching our credo, they're teaching matters of faith. This is the, you know, this is the manhood. This is their leader of, you know, the Salah, and this is something that is different. I mean, they're clarifying it. But yet, when it comes to community efforts, they're together, even with people who have a completely different language. I mean, that's for a greater cause. And that's perfectly fine. As long as they're making the Sahara pita, clear. It's a very important lesson really, that because you will always come across people who are doing

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something that you don't agree with.

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Right. And there are many things, so doesn't mean that you boycott everybody. I mean, if this is the attitude of some people, boycott everybody, and oppose everybody, then in that case, you can't do anything.

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Then it portrays you as someone who, who thinks of themselves as very righteous and very perfect arrogance, right. So that that is not correct, either. But at the same time, you don't say about the wrong that it is right? You have to make it clear that wrong is wrong. However, we will overcome these differences in the sense that when there is a greater cause, we will work together, but I still disagree with them when it comes to this matter.

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So many times, I've seen a mother going to such gatherings where, you know, people will get together Nebula will and sing in praise of the Prophet. So a lot of times she'd go there. But she would do her, you know, speech, whatever. And she would leave immediately come only for that and leave immediate. And while they're standing, she wouldn't stand up. I remember in our school, they would have molad every year. It was an official school event, annual event. And my sister her put on restitution was really good. So they always wanted her to participate. And myself also, they would want me to participate in something where the other and I remember we'd be sitting on stage. But

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when everybody would stand for something, we wouldn't do that.

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We wouldn't do that.

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We were told off a couple of times, but then they realized that these girls are not going to listen.

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So they also accepted us eventually. Right? So you can't completely boycott but at the same time you have to make

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The other person realized that I don't agree with you on this I'll go along with you but this is something that I disagree with and I'm not going to support you in this cause and this is why the statement of a lesson number three is very relevant. We'll call it has no and has an adversity he said Sally prey meaning behind them have thrown person behind a bitter IT person where I lay up there are two and on him as the center of his innovation. His sin is problem and your prayer is yours. So your prayer behind him if you have to, but remember that his bedroom is sin it will not automatically transfer to you. Okay.

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Khalid Mohammed Musa have had the tunnel oh sorry you had the sun as regular and cremated near Abdul Rahman or obey the law him near the evening he added an Irishman Amir offense will be Allahu anhu that obey the law then Id he came to who are smen been our fan will do lower

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risk management are fun the third halifa Alright. What Who am Arsalan while he was besieged? Because remember that when responded lower and who became the halifa some of the people from the Muslim Empire basically they rebelled against him. right because they wanted first of all revenge for the murder of Mr. dillo on who and secondly they didn't want to respond to we don't want you to be fully for instead they wanted that a little bit lower and he'll be the halifa so there was a lot of rebellion and a group of the rebels they came into Medina and they laid siege on the house of Earth Ronaldo on

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that which basically meant that if he comes out we're gonna kill him.

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So this man or lady loving God, he came upon earth mangled with our no meaning in his house. Well Omar sold on for color. So he said in the AMA, you are the Imam of the people. You're our Imam, whenever a beaker and it has come upon you method or what you see meaning this disaster has happened. Where you suddenly Lennar and he is leading us in prayer. Who emammal fitna, in the Imam of fitna, who is he referring to? He's saying that you are here trapped, you're supposed to be our Imam, do something. Because this Imam of fitna mean this leader of the rebels, who has come, he is leading us in prayer, one of the 100 you and we're experiencing holiday meaning we feel that we

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might be committing a sin, praying behind such as such a tyrant, such a rebellious individual. So in other words, he's encouraging the government to take action against because remember,

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he didn't allow any bloodshed to be caused. I mean, if he, if he wanted, he could have just instructed all of these people who have come these rebels, kill them, finish them. And that was easy. But he didn't want bloodshed to be caused in the city of the prophets of the Lord, isn't it because of himself. So he came this man to respond to that or not urging him to instruct them to take some action against these rebels because he said that, our Salah, think about our Salah, you're not leading us this man emammal fitna and who is a member of fitna, he said that his name was Abdullah Herman Badawi or he was kena bin Bishop, and he was basically the leader of the people who

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had laid siege to the house of Earth, mine will devour on him. He was one of the whole adage. So he said, He's leading us in prayer when the hell out of you and we feel that we're committing a sin by praying behind him.

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I was surprised not valid, because we're praying behind him. This is what we feel for Karla Saurus. Man over and over and who said, Allah to Allah is no man, Yama, Luna nurse, it is the best action that people perform. Meaning Yes, they commit many sins. They're wrong in many ways. But when they perform spell out what is the best action that they can perform for either action, in essence, when the people are doing something good for us, and then do good with them?

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What either a sell, but when they're doing something evil, French then it is then avoid they're evil. In other words, yes, these people are Whoa, adage. Yes, they have committed many wrongs. But think about the action of prayer when they're performing prayer, that is a good action. So when they're doing something good, even if it's the only good action they're doing, then do it along with them. And when they're doing something wrong, laying siege rebelling against the halifa then don't cooperate with them. So what does the children

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what a beautiful lesson

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that doesn't matter what people do in their lives? Right? I mean, yes, you should choose the best leader for yourself. But when you don't have that option, when the corrupt become leaders, then you don't have any option left. Then just remember that when they're leading in prayer, Salah is the best action that a person can perform. So when they're doing good, do good with them. And when they're telling you do something evil, don't cooperate with them in that regard. But it's amazing how today people are calling

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Towards good, and they're doing so many good things in their life. But when they start when when they stand in front of people as

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others are uncomfortable, we can't pray behind him because his beard is not long enough and his This is not right. And he said this once and he follows that opinion and he follows that. And in general, he's a good person. He hasn't murdered anybody. He's not a bit there it because of differences with that individual, that Imam whatever differences they may be, they won't pray with him. Exactly. And this hadith also shows to us that in times of fitna also tomorrow will be performed. You see people were praying together, even though the halifa was trapped in his house rebellion, all of this was going on. And we also see here that if there is a person who is Mattoon bit arty, he is leading the

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people in prayer. What should you do? Should you pray behind him or should you pray yourself?

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Pray behind him, pray in tomorrow.

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Pray in jamara and just tell yourself, they're praying Salah I'm just supporting them in their Salah, everything else? I disagree with them.

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Exactly. It was a big test for the companions that they prayed behind the prophets on a lot of them and now they're praying behind this Imam of fitna, what Kala Zubaydah you call us every you azuri he said that Lana la we do not see a new solar that it should be performing the prayer should be performed helful mahana behind a Mohan Miss person inlet except mineral that in for a need.

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Level them in her other than which there is no option meaning unavoidable. So in other words, he said that we do not think that anyone should pray behind a mohana except when there is no other option.

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Okay, meaning it's not ideal to pray behind him on Earth. But when there is no other option and Mohandas becomes Imam, then you don't really have a choice. Now who is Mohan, Mohan This is basically an effeminate man, the person who is physically a man, meaning in his physical body, he is a man, but in his nature, meaning his way of talking.

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His style is like that of women. Right. And such people are also known as transgender women. So effeminate men or transgender women, who are transgender women, they are people who were assigned male sex at birth.

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All right, they were assigned male sex at birth, that they were declared as male when they were born. But they develop a female gender identity, meaning they view themselves as a woman, or they consider themselves to be more like a female than a male.

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Now and touch people, they will obviously if they feel like a female, they will naturally be amongst women, more than they are amongst men, right?

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Now, remember, these are of two types.

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These are of two types of transgender women or effeminate men, there are two types one,

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those whose nature is like that of women, meaning, they are male in body, but they have a female gender identity. they view themselves as a woman, they are shy for men, they hesitate in going in front of men, they feel more comfortable wearing the clothes of women, you understand, they talk like that also. And they have no sexual inclination towards women. You understand? They don't find women attractive,

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you understand? But the other type is one who is inclined towards women. I mean, with all of these characteristics, they do find women attractive. You understand? They are attracted towards them. Now, why has a man Buhari mentioned this under this Bab because this person isn't fitna. It is a big test that they're in a big trial. Right? I mean, there are physiological reasons, behind all of this, that a person, his physical body is different. And he feels different. Right? This is a big fitna. So such a person who's physically a man but feels like a woman. And such people were present at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they would be amongst women. But one of them was

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overheard describing another woman in terms which were not that decent. And that showed that he was attracted to certain body parts of the woman or her style of walking, because only a man would describe a woman like that. Right. So from that point onwards, the women were told to observe hijab from these particular individuals because even though they're very much like women, they're still male in them. They're neither men, nor are they women.

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But women must protect themselves. This is why they were told to observe a jet from them. Now, just to clarify this a little bit more, a transgender transsexual person is someone whose assigned sex does not match their gender identity. Okay? Now, this could be for various reasons. One is like a physiological imbalance. Another could be physical deformities, also, I mean, and that also comes with a chemical imbalance in the body, if certain male hormone is more female hormone is less, right, it can have an impact. And it can be from the early childhood. And it could also start spontaneously, but to remember that this is a fitna that the person is in, and we must acknowledge

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it. Because we just think that if a person is feeling like this, they're just crazy. They're just making up excuses for committing how long, right? But remember that this is, this is real, it happens, it's a big test for a person, and we must acknowledge it. And our responsibility is to help people who are in, you know, this situation. Now, if there is a person, I mean, physical deformity, you can't really do anything about it, you can't do much about it, their chemical imbalance, okay, certain things are done to help them but it can mess them up even more. And it happens, people get messed up even more just, you know, somebody was telling me about a case study, in which they

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learned about this man who

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grew up at a very early age, their private part was removed, accidentally, and the parents, they decided to raise that child as a guru. And they even had certain hormones injected into the body. But the child grew up feeling like a man still, and insisted that I am a boy

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went through so much, you know, so many different procedures in order to become like a man didn't work out and committed suicide eventually. And this is something that's real. So it is a fitna, and the thing is that Unfortunately, these people, either we laugh at them,

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or we completely ignore them, we don't acknowledge their problem. This is a test, that they're in a big test. It's the test of that individual and the test of that entire family and the society also. Now, one more term that we must be clear on is a unique unique is a person who was born meal, but was castrated

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me meeting their private parts removed, why so that they don't have any desire, and they don't have any inclination towards women. And obviously, they cannot have children. And this was done in order to have these children perform certain roles in the society for their entire lives. So, for example, in certain places, this was done to boys, so that there would be servants within houses, who could go between men and women, likewise, it was done for the purpose of entertainment, so that they would be entertainers, they would be singers and dancers. And it was also done so that they would perform certain roles like for example, I found that about Shakespeare, his literature, I mean, the, but

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when they were performed, they would have such Unix perform them so that they would performance for the rest of their lives.

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Now, in any of these cases,

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mohana says who the one who was male, all right, but has female gender identity, whatever the reason was, an accident a deliberate surgery, a person made that decision himself whatever it may be, if he is the Imam then remember that as he said, we do not think that anyone should pray behind an effeminate men except when there is no other option and there is no other option. I mean, there are no men let's say in a particular place all the men are gone and there is an effeminate men

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and there's some old old men who are not able to recite much Koran. Then in that case jamara is being performed so this person can lead the rest in prayer. Yes, he can. This is an exceptional situation in which there is no choice it's clear from their physical appearance. I mean, they look somewhat female somewhat male the dress up in a particular way. It's it's evident but they can lead in prayer in these situations had the venom Warhammer event had this no one been unsure about her and everything Yeah. Hey, uh, no. semirara anessa nomadic and call an abuse of the lover to suddenly be that in his mind smart what author the prophets have a lot of Central Buddha is smart Walter

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listen and obey. Well no. And even if it is who the habashi one, however she's not supposed to be but as if his head was like a reason. Why is a mumble Have you mentioned this Hades because head like reason What is it short physical deformity? Physical deformity right? Now if this person can become the Imam, the leader of the people

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right

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Someone who is matar mean someone who should be obeyed, who has a physical deformity in his head, that shows that a person who has another kind of deformity in his sexual organs or inside his body, then if he has to be the new man, that should also be acceptable. Again, it shows the importance of congregation. And it's amazing. I mean, there's room for such people to do good.

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Because they also can do hate, but unfortunately, such people are considered what just entertainers in, especially in Muslim societies, I mean, they're either dancers or singers, or they are made into prostitutes or, you know, something like that. They have no value. They're not taught, they're not educated. They're abandoned completely. family feels ashamed of having such people. But what do we see here? From this Hades is smart one out there? Well, only her machine cannot see who's Aviva.

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It's the hair that is within right.

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So, attention must be given to this aspect of society also. I mean, it depends on how they raised right. Either such people are raised, you know, made to feel bad about themselves. They're looked down on, they're bullied, or they're considered like an outcast, who can do nothing who can benefit nobody. So obviously, however, a child is raised whatever he thought, that's what he begins to believe. That's how he views himself. Now, in that case, remember, they're feeling like, let's say they're born male. And when they grew up, they feel more like female. Right? And they want to change their gender. Should they do that? This is what

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changing the creation of Allah soprano. Right? And this is something that's, I mean, we're not allowed to change the creation of a law, right. And remember, there are urges that we have that are wrong halaal urges, fulfill them, but how long urges or matters which are doubtful what is necessary that you just keep away from it? Right? And the more a person seeks a loss, penalties help in fighting around urge, the more reward you will get. Right? This is just like, there are people who have homosexual desires, just like

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a normal person has desires of Xena.

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But just because a person feels like doing Zina, does that make it okay for them? No. So just like that a person who's having homosexual desires, that doesn't mean you should be fulfilling those desires. Right? And likewise, a person who feels like they want to change their agenda, doesn't mean they should go ahead and do it. Because this body is an amino acid. And if a person gets into this, there is no end to it.

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Okay, Chela will endure soprano kalon will become the shadow let a stop look over to

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the left.