Bukhari 113 The Group Prayer Hadith 717 731

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu when a soldier a lot of city and get him apart for the below him in the show Pinilla Jean Bismillah Al Rahman over him. Obviously you saw that he were Sidley, MD melissani Babu, Kohli probenecid.

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So inshallah Today we will do a website so tomorrow from BB number 71 but that's weird too so foofy here in the kamati we're BARDA. This we are the Sophie meaning straightening the rows are in the coma at the time of karma labarda. And also after it, we learnt earlier that the more then he gives the A then after taking permission from the email, and when he sees that the man is ready to lead the people in prayer, then he will give the ikoma and when he will give the iqama then what will happen this way at this level, people should get up in order to straighten their roles in order to form the rows and also straighten them. But remember what he says over here in the kamati, what are

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the and also after the comma, meaning once the comma is complete, if the rows are not formed properly, still people are going to form the rows properly and the dimora should not begin until the rows are formed properly. Now, the question is what is meant by this, we have to solve this we have to suffer from this we're right to straighten. So, number one form and secondly, straighten the rows and this comprises multiple things such as people should be standing parallel to one another. So it should be a straight line, there should be no gaps in the middle, the row should be complete, meaning the row in front should be complete before the next row is formed. And in childhood, these

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details we will come across them in the next few of web. Now, when the people form the rows, when the comma is pronounced, and the man comes in order to lead the people in prayer, what should he do? He should also make sure that the rules are formed. And he will do this we're to move into ways through coal and also through various if necessary, through comb through his words, what does that mean? That when the Imam comes and he sees that the rules are not straight, he will say something such as several sofa comb is the will or anything that is similar to that meaning straighten euros stand straight or something to that effect. But it is not necessary for him to say this every time

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in the sense that if the rules are already straight, he doesn't need to say that it's not a formality, meaning it's not a requirement of prayer It is only when there is a need then these words should be pronounced which is why you may come across some places where the jamara you know is about to begin and VMM doesn't say anything, right? And people object to that sometimes and How come he's not saying that because it is not necessary It is only necessary to say it when the rows are not straight. Right when the rows are not straight it is then important for the Imam to see and remember that these words these kalimat are not words that are moved out but become a part of worship. Okay?

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Like for example, when a person is performing this Allah Allahu Akbar, saying Allahu Akbar that is a part of rebuttal, but for the Imam to say is still subwoofer calm, that is not part of rebuttal. Okay, it is just said when there is a need. Alright. Secondly, it is through ferried, meaning through action? What does that mean that the Imam will with his hands, join and straighten the rules if there is a need, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would do that, in fact, by joining the shoulders of the people, and also moving the people back a little if their chests were, you know, sticking out so he would move them back a little in order to make sure that rule was straight. So,

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this

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is an important part of salata. jamara In fact, it is my job as we will learn, and the people must form the role straight when the comma is pronounced. And if they haven't done so, then the Imam should make sure that the rules are straight and he will use his words as well as actions in order to enforce this has definitely led Shama Abdul Malik is color had the finisher but to color of Baroni, Murata color Sameera to set him up a bit of God, Allah Samaritan or man of negotiating Yoku Colin abuse Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, let us the Oneness will fulfill Come, let us the winner you must definitely surely straighten your soul for

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your roles. Make them straight out or lay you highly fun Allahu Allah will cause he laugh baina would you he can between your faces. Now there is a longer version of this Heidi's also which is reported both in Bukhari and Muslim in

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Which manual machine the same narrator, he said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to straighten our roles as if he was straightening arrows. Okay, meaning to make the arrow, you know, people would align it and make sure that it is straight, because if it's not straight, and it will be shot, it wouldn't go straight, rather, it would go sideways. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would pay a lot of attention to this, just as a lot of attention is paid to straightening the arrows. Similarly, he would make sure that the rules are straight. And he said that until he saw that we had learned it. Meaning when he cited the companions, they were getting pretty good at it,

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then he wouldn't spend too much time in straightening the rows. However, at the beginning, he would emphasize this a lot. And this is something very natural at the beginning, when people are being trained, then something has to be enforced over and over again reminded for once people develop the habit, then it doesn't really have to be done all the time. But then he came up one day, and he was about to say that that would be when he noticed a man whose chest was sticking out from the rule. And what does that mean? That it was not straight. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, or slaves of Allah, make your role straight, or Allah will cause discord among you. And this is a severe

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warning, this is a threat, a warning for who for those who do not straighten the rules. And remember that if there is a threat, a warning for something, and what does that mean? It is forbidden, it is held on. So this shows that not paying attention to straightening the rows is something that is forbidden, which means that the exact opposite is why did you what is why'd you straightening the rolls is why

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it is not just isn't. It is not just something must have, what is it? It is why it is mandatory, to straighten the rules.

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And notice the warning that has been given to you Holly fanola, who baina would you he come and this has been narrated in different different ways. What does it mean by this Vayner would you become that vainikolo become that you know, when people are not facing each other, and they're turning away from one another? What does that mean? That their hearts are not together, instead of love and friendship, there's enmity. So this is monwy punishment in tangible form of punishment, which is discord, enmity differences, disunity, and others have said that what it means is that literally your faces would be turned around, literally your faces would be turned around, meaning as a

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punishment is seen as a physical punishment, the face will be turned around meaning your faces will be altered. So whether it is a hasty punishment or Marnie, Martin punishment, there is a big warning, a big threat. And this shows that this matter is very, very serious straightening the rose. And we see from the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam how at the beginning he enforced it, and he would pay a lot of attention to it. And and in the later time when people learned then he wouldn't emphasize too much because people already knew how to straighten the rows have doesn't have a marmoleum color had doesn't have the widest disease arnesson and then a visa logo and he will send

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them a call a payment so full

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of gamers so forth straighten the rules establish the rules meaning meaning form them properly, just as a comma to follow what does that mean to perform this letter property. So likewise, a famous so forth, form them properly for in the archimedean philosophy for indeed I can see you behind my back meaning I see you behind my back that your rows are not straight, so fill in the gaps and stand together in a straight line. Now this was a special characteristic of the prophets that allowed us and him that we learned about earlier in Buhari also where he was able to see people behind him and this was clear meaning we actually saw how along

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now we see over here that the prophet SAW a lot of sun before the Sunnah he would say something like a famous so forth. And from other nations We also learned he would say is the one out of the LIFO for the telephoto Luba come right? Or for Dr. Goku calm, so he would remind the people now the question is that can more words or reminders be added? Like for example, the Imam says, straighten your rose? Can you also say and performed your Salah with a lot of who should pay attention and focus? Can he say such things? Or let's say there is a big problem in a particular mustard where people don't turn their cell phones off. And during the solid the cell phones are going, you know

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they're ringing. So can the Imam remind people can he remind them to remember that if there is a sub if there is a reason

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like for example, the cell phone issue. Or for instance, people have a habit of just coming into the masjid and forming their rows right in front of the door and the other side is

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The mustard is empty. And there are people who are forming their rows in the hallways. So can the man make such an announcement or reminder like that? Yes, he can. Why? Because there is a Sabbath, there is a reason there is a need.

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Exactly. This is also a need to straighten the rows. However, saying things like, and performers when I was for sure, and remember a lot much, this is something that's not allowed. Why? Because

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people will think this is part of listener, and it will turn into an innovation. But it's valid. And unnecessary se in the best way to sue for a ballot email as well is the opposite of it was to turn ones back double, and violence to face someone so badly, email me and a nurse, the Imam facing the people in letters we had to move. At the time of straightening the rows. What does it mean? That should the Imam turn and face the people while he's telling them to straighten the rows? Or should you just stand straight and just tell them? What should he do? It is actually from the Sunnah to face the people, and then tell them to straighten the rows. Not that the man was looking over his

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right shoulder or his left shoulder. Why? Why is it better to turn back and face the people and then tell them to straighten the rows? Is there any benefit, there will be more weird people will, you know be more careful, and they will form the rows properly more quickly, they will respond more swiftly. Because you see, even when you can hear somebody words, you know you don't really pay much attention but when you see that they're looking at you and they're looking at you not the whole crowd but you in particular so what happens you become more attentive. So this is why it is from the Sunnah, that the man should face the people and then tell them and also because then he can see. He

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can see right if the rows are straight or not if there are any gaps or not and he can guide them as to how to straighten the rules have does not have to be larger in color anymore or we to Normandy in Kuala heatherton aza to nakoda pedometer. Paula had done a homemade monitor we had the ns color oprema display two for Aquila, Elena Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a big, he said the prayer had been established meaning that your karma had been pronounced and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he turned to us with his face meaning he faced us for color. So he said, Okay, my sofa can straighten your rose, what are all slew? This is a new word Dada slew. Remember, in the Quran,

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banana muscles? What does it mean well compacted, joined together, such that there are no gaps, no cracks in the middle. So I thought also, so first of all, establish your own meaning straighten them, and terrazzo meaning stand close together for any are coming. What are you worried for? Indeed, I see you from behind my back. So in this Hadees, we see that completing the rows means also not leaving any gaps Bab of suffering away the first row, which is this row, the row that is right behind the email.

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Now what does this mean that the row which is right behind the Imam should be completed first, and then another row should be formed. And likewise, that should be completed. And when there's no gap left, then another row should be formed.

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Not that people just disperse in the masjid, stand wherever they wish. And then the people from the back they're coming in to fill in the gaps. Know the people. All the people should move forwards, complete the first row, complete the second row, complete the third row and so on and so forth. They're complete circles literally around the corner at the time of Salah. Right complete circles, that there should not even be one gap in the middle hat doesn't also mean I'm Mexican. And so Megan and Abby Salahuddin and Abby Herrera. takala cotton abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam, I show her that Oh, the Shahada are who alaric the one who drowns and not rune will not ruin the one who was killed

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by far our own meaning of plague walmartone and also Matan meaning the one who dies because of some stomach disease while has and also the one who dies by you know, something collapsing on top of him right like a like a building or a wall or something that collapses on top of him.

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What color and he said whether we are the Muna method the jury and if the people knew the reward of the hedgies meaning performing load and it's right timeless who Lester Baku la surely they would have raised to it. Well ojala Muna method automatic and if they knew the reward of ultimate meaning there a short prayer will So pray in the morning mean fudger prayer atoma willowherb when they would have come to them even if they were crawling, when ojala Muna method sffilm Academy and if they knew

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That which is in a Safin macadam. The soft that is the meaning right in the front, the front, the front rows, the first rows, less the home, surely they would have cast lots, they would have drawn lots for it. Now this narration, multiple ahaadeeth are combined together, because you might say what's the connection over here between the first statement and the last statement? The thing is that the narratives of Hades when they would narrate sometimes it would combine different different ideas that they had. So multiple bodies are joined in one narration over here. Now, what is relevant to us is the last statement below your Muna method sffilm Academy, Lester Herman. If the people knew

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the reward of a sffilm atom, the front rows, they would have, they would have cast lots for it. Why would that be needed? Because if the people realized the reward, what would they do?

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They were all rush. And you know that when too many people are rushing for the same thing, that obviously, all the spots are going to be filled up very quickly. And there will be more, who will be fighting for it? And yes, exactly. People start reserving their spots also. And also, you may have experienced this, that sometimes a row is completely full to the point that it's overcrowded. And when it's overcrowded, what happens is that it becomes too tight and one person has to move to the backroom.

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Right? He has to go back Why so that he can pray comfortably, and others can also pray comfortably. Now, he, if he's supposed to go back, he if he realizes the reward of standing in the in the first row, he wouldn't leave.

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But people would be urging somebody has to move. Right? And for that, people would have to draw a lot because otherwise it would be a big dispute, right? People would fight for spots in the front rows if they knew the reward. So what does it show that the front row should be completed and the second row should not be formed until the first row is complete? No, they don't have to is the human but if there is a dispute, literally and people are fighting over it, and that problem has to be resolved then Okay, this, this may be adopted. And rarely this will happen that people will actually fight for this people prefer to go where? In the back. Yes, during that are we follow? It does

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happen. In other words, we learned that the front rows are best for men, and the back rows are best for women. What that means is that the men should be in the front of the jamara. And the women should be in the back of the jamara. You understand because jamara is together right? It's together to the men have to be in the front and the women have to be at the back. This is why best roles for men are in the front and the best roles for women are those at the back. If the must have the separated need the women have a completely different sections, there is a barrier the men cannot see then obviously, it will be better for a woman to stand towards the front, because that is where she

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will find most for sure, right. Bab iqama the Sufi mentor Magnus Allah making the role straight is part of the mammoth Salah completing the prayer, it is part of perfecting the prayer part of Salah, which means that if the row is not complete, if it is not formed properly, if it is not straight, then Salah is deficient, then that means that the reward will also be decreased. Have the sun are below him and Mohammed Impala had the center of the exact color of Parana mama on him on a big radar and interviews on a lover It was a no call in the Nigerian family maybe the man was appointed in order to be followed falletta 34 la so do not differ from what he does. Let the 34 alaihe meaning do

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not do if they laugh with the email. In other words don't differ with him when it comes to the actions whatever the man is doing, that is what you should be doing not that the man is getting up from his sister and you are now going down into your such though no, you have to follow the man for either a car or for car when he goes into record you should also go into the core where either color semi or long lemon hamidah for poodle or banana can hump what

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you do when he goes into such that you should also do such the way he does sunlight jellison when he presetting for salute you loosen them around and you should also sit and pray altogether. Well people suffer fistula and establish the rules in the prayer meaning straighten them for in an economical Sufi because indeed a comet of soft meaning making the role straight is min hoarseness Allah. It is part of the beauty of the prayer.

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Yes, it is what beautifies the prayer and if you think about it a congregation or tomorrow when the rules are formed properly

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Really, that is such a beautiful scene. Right? So many people are attracted to this image, this view of people to standing together in perfect lines and straight lines. It's such a beautiful scene. And also for the people who are praying this letter, it is part of bringing beauty to the prayer. Because if you ever stand next to a person, you know properly property such that your shoulder is joining theirs, and your foot is joining theirs and there's no gap between you you're standing comfortably they're standing comfortably. And literally, it's a banana muscles, it will add to your shoe. It will really make your app more beautiful. And if the ROI is not straight,

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then your select cannot be beautiful because constantly you're concerned. It's a constant distraction. It brings unity when you have to stand next to someone and pray. I mean any issues that you may have against them inshallah they will also go with

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Salah is a personal matter However, over here we see that beauty perfection of Salah only comes with standing together jamara and paying attention to the people who are around us.

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Please do share these Hadith in the month of Ramadan because unfortunately people don't know you know this is an encouragement for in the karma the Sufi man hoarseness Allah right it is something that will make the salon more beautiful that is part of the beauty of the prayer.

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Now this for these there are a number of issues First of all, we see that

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where it is said what either Coliseum er la halimun hamidah Paulo Bonilla callaham when the email says Samir lo demon hamidah. What should you say? opener? Look at him. Now there are different versions of the statement or vanilla Callaghan. Okay. There are four different versions which are all correct. So one is what is mentioned over here openair lukan hump and others robina while ickenham another is alohomora banana

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alohomora banana Callaghan. And the fourth one is along model banana Weller Callaghan.

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Allahumma robina. Well, I can hand and the third is a low model banana, like on hand. So basically,

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Robin Allah kill him. Okay, Ravana wanna kill him. And the other two are similar along model banana Callaghan. And along model Winner, winner. All right. And remember that when there are different authentic versions that have been narrated, then what is better

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than a war variety, that you also use all of them.

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So if you are familiar with these four different versions, then you should make sure that you say all of them, not all four in one.

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But in like in different prayers. Don't just recite one record only different different ones because that is a fun, that is better.

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That's what I'm saying. When there are different authentic versions and you're familiar with them, then you should not stick with only one. Okay. So for example, there is if there are also after the defeat in Sona. It isn't just one door, there are multiple doors right? Institute in record, there isn't just one has to be there multiple. So many people they just stick to they just adhere to the panel a bit early three times. Yes, well, I will be valid of course. But what is better, that you alternate? You change, you recite different ones? Because that is what will bring beauty to your prayer also. Yes, increasing for sure your it helps you focus. Right. And if it helps you enjoy

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every prayer also. Because you're more involved in it, it's more meaningful to you.

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Now over here, we see that the prophets of Allah Islam also said we're okay with stuff, right? Do a karma to slough Nakamoto stuff is composed of multiple, multiple matters, first of all, so straightening the rows, different words have been used it mammals. So for this, we have to move over here we see a comma and so forth. All of these put together, they include many, many things, first of all, straightening the rows, so that the rows are not crooked, they should not be crooked, how should they be straight? Unless obviously people are standing right around the curb over there, obviously it will be a circle. But other than that, how should it be? Straight line and such that

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people are standing parallel to one another meaning right next to one another? And how will this happen? When people will join their ankles and shoulders? Now the details of this joining the ankles and the shoulders? inshallah we'll read about it in another book. But here, this much is sufficient that first step is straining the rules. And how can that happen if the shoulders and ankles are joined together properly. Secondly, this includes darauf meaning the rules should be complete, compact, so that there are no gaps the prophets of Allah said them he would include

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As a habit to form the rows, as the angels form their rows, right? Why don't you form your rows? Like the angels form their rows? We're in national softphone. Right? That's how the angels are,

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and how did he explain that by filling in and completing the rows one by one. So, no gaps should be left why because if there are gaps and who will come,

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children will come, like what like lambs, you know, running in the middle Has it ever happened, that you're standing in a cat comes and just, you know, rubs itself by you. So, likewise, lands also, if they find a gap somewhere they will run through. So, Shepherd also, he runs through the roles distracting people quickly,

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wherever he finds the gaps. So, it is necessary that no gaps are left, but remember, this does not mean that the roles should be crowded, that the people are squeezed and they can barely perform their you know Salah properly. And remember that this includes completing the first row and then the next alright. Thirdly, it includes the color of Venus, so forth, meaning the rows should also be formed near one another, they should not be too far apart. So in other words,

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the distance between two rows should be how much? How much should the gap be just enough for the people at the back to perform their such that easily, it should not be the gap should not be a lot why because then it will not look like a tomorrow.

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This is selected tomorrow, a congregation and tomorrow's from what HTML which is to come together. Right. And in order to come together in prayer, it is necessary that the roles are formed, one after the other without much gap in the middle. If they're too far apart, it cannot be tomorrow. then likewise, fourthly, this includes do no minimum meaning being close to the Imam also. Not that there's a distance of like 15 feet between the first row and the Imam, know, the Imam, and the people behind him in the first row behind him. Again, there should be just enough distance for the people to do such them. They should be close to the email,

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do know, meaning being close means email to the email.

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And remember that when they all have to be close to the email, what does that mean? That the image should be in the center in the sense that there should be almost an equal number of people on his right and equal number of people on his left, he should be in the middle.

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All right, she has. As he said, the row should start from the middle from behind the Imam and the right side of each row is better than the left. A new row should not be started until the one in front is completed. There is nothing wrong with there being more people on the right side overall. And there is no need to make the row equal on both sides. Rather, the command to do that is contrary to the center. meaning making sure that it's exactly the same any person should not go to such lengths. On average, it should be similar, but people should not form a secondary until the first is complete or form a third or until the second is complete and so on because it is proven that the

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Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam enjoying that. So anyway, these are some important things that we must remember that are included in karma to so forth.

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Had the leading cloud I had the finisher but there are pathetic and ns in an interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam McCall, several sulfur confer in atmosphere to Sufi minicom at Asana make your role straight, because straightening the rose is part of establishing the prayer earlier it was said it is meant restless Salah here we see it has been a comment this letter. So all of this, what is it true that straightening the rows forming them properly, you know, without leaving any gaps in the middle? All of this it shows first of all the wardrobe, the fact that it is mandatory to straighten the rows and secondly the fidella the great reward the virtue also.

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Right So first of all, it shows that this is necessary. And secondly, it is also something that's very good.

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How is it whadjuk? Because the prophets have a lot of them commanded there's some wolves have overcome this is an hour and if the prophets of Allah Islam is giving a command, then what does it mean? It's a must. There is no choice that we have. So there is an unknown. Secondly, we see that it's been connected with karma the Salah here and he is karma to Salah is not possible if the rules are not complete. You understand? In the Quran, what do we learn to establish the prayer you came on a sonata, we learn about your karma to salah and what do we learn in this hadith in NetSuite a superhuman karma to Salah. So just as performing that be and reciting and Fatiha and following the

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email is part of your karma to Salah. Likewise forming the rules is also part of your komitas letter. And we have also learned about the threats the warning of punishment for not forming the rules.

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properly. Now there is a question. What if people don't pay attention to forming the rules properly? Is there a valid? Let's say there are a lot of gaps.

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They're not standing property? Is there a solid valid? Because here we see

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it's widely bits. Right? There's no choice that people have it's connected with. The comment is for that there is a threat of punishment. You tell him to leave gaps in the middle, basically. So does it invalidate the prayer? Remember that Salah will be valid.

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Okay, so that will be valid, but jamara that is not proper. You understand? There is nuts in the GMR. So we won't say to a person who's not forming a real property that your salary is not valid, not theirs is valid. But when it comes to

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jamara, that is not proper. There it is deficient. Okay. Also, we see later in the disadvantages, although I know he criticized the people for not forming the rows properly. But he did not tell them to repeat their prayer.

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He criticized them, but he didn't tell them to repeat the prayer. If you told them to repeat the prayer, that would mean that they're said I wasn't invited at all.

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But if you criticize them, that meant that it lacks perfection, it lacks completion.

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vibe, if me my limited muscle force, that is the same as the one who does not complete the rules, meaning who does not straighten the rules?

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Remember, what is driving over here, that a person who does not form the rule properly is actually committing a sin. It's not just a deficiency, a lack in reward, but it's actually a sin.

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Because remember, that sin is what doing that, which is forbidden, and leaving that which is obligatory.

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Leaving that which is obligatory is also a sin.

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Okay, so for example, fasting in the month of Ramadan? Is it obligatory? Is it fun? Yes. So if a person doesn't fast in the month of Ramadan, what is he doing?

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He's committing a sin, you know, unless there is a reason that's different. If he is excused, he's excused. But without any legitimate reason, he's not fasting at all. Remember that it is a sin. So likewise, if people are not forming their roles properly, what are they committing

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a sin. So this is a serious matter.

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So that is manlam YouTube muscle. So it mounts so forth. That is important. Right.

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And earlier, we learned that part of completing the roles perfecting the roses, straightness, leaving no gaps, completing first roles first, right, but also, that a man should not stand alone. And inshallah we'll learn about that. And if any of this is contradicted, so for example, rows, crooked, there is a person, you know, sticking out and there's a person too far behind. Like, sometimes it happens, you're standing in prayer, and you don't even see the person sitting next to you because they're too far behind. Right? Or there's another person, it seems as if they're a step ahead of you, right? So this is what going against the command of the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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this is something that contradicts it, mammals so forth. And according to one party, what is it? And isn't, it is a sin. So sometimes what happens is that we don't tell people,

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right, even though we have the capacity to tell them that, you know, come closer, come forward, or go behind a little we don't tell them but remember that we will be committing the sin over there.

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You know, one is that you tell them and they don't listen to you. That's a different situation.

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But if you don't even tell them remember, it's a sin on his part. on your part. Yes, they may be committing a sin but you're also committing a sin by not joining with them

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anymore, either a certain color or an alpha glucan moussaka opponents are either not evading a thought you are in good shape, nearsightedness, I'm sorry, here on nsmt mannequin and Nakajima Medina and I spend Mallika too long and you remember that he was one of those companions with it for a long time after the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he lived a very long life also. So he came and Cardinal Medina. Once he came to Medina, he visited Medina which shows that after the death of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and so that I know he didn't live in Medina anymore, he lived elsewhere. So once he visited Medina, for clean Allah who said it was said to him and he was asked,

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ma and cafta meaning, what is it that you disapprove? On carta meaning what is it that you disapprove men now from us? One loosens Yomi they are hit. You were with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam What does it mean by the statement man and Gotham in El Mundo Yo, Mira, Lumia or hytera sort of nice little bonus at a meeting is there anything that you disapprove off that you find in us, since the days you were with the messenger, so a lot is on them.

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Meaning, you spent your time with the prophets, a lot of them you saw many things that we haven't seen. So, is there anything that you find in us which is not right, which contradicts, you know, the status quo at the time of the Prophet sallallahu. Do you see any discrepancy over here in us? Do you see anything that you disapprove of that you disapprove off? And this is also such a good question, right for correction, because sometimes you don't see your mistakes. So is there anything that you notice, especially because he was visiting with an outsider, because what happens is that when we are somewhere we see things certain way we get used to them, we get accustomed to them. But when a

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new person comes outside, then they see the deficiencies, so it is always good to take their feedback.

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Color he said my uncle to Shea and there is nothing that I disapprove of meaning I'm humble, everything's good. Except Omnicom lead to P manasu. For that you do not make the rules straight.

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What color awkward of Norwegian or English I live near Salem Kadima, Elena and assuming American and Medina tobyhanna.

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So what do we see here? And so did our annual criticize their failure to do something that was obligatory, because if it was not obligatory, if it was not necessary, you wouldn't have criticized them, he wouldn't have told them.

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So this shows that if a person is not paying attention to scraping the roses committing a sin, and if a jamara, you know,

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overall does not straighten the rows, then they're all committing a sin.

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And it's the responsibility of the Imam to make sure that the rules are straightened. Now the question is, how will the rows be straightened?

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I mentioned to you earlier, joining the shoulders, and the feet.

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Bab is zap Hillman cubby. billman cubby. While khademi bill caught me off, is Zach is up is to join. Alright, so joining and joining me is I should be touching.

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Okay, joining means I should be touching. So the shoulder of one person should be touching the shoulder of the one standing next to him. Not that they're together. And there's a gap of let's say one inch or half an inch, no, that is not correct, exact it should be joined. They should be touching. So exactly men curvy women carry shoulder with the shoulder, while other will call them and foot with the foot. So what can we see here, both have to be joined. Sometimes we pay attention only to the feet.

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Right? So what happens is that people are standing like, you know, with their legs outstretched, just, you know, join the roll. Their feet are literally like two feet apart or something or more and the shoulders are not joining or sometimes the shoulders are joining but a person is standing in such a way that their feet are, you know join together. And those under either side are struggling to join feet with them. So what do we see here? Man couple monka

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monka from Sufi mana Akiva, right? Walk on the minikube of the earth, shoulders of the earth. And what it means by is it slopes right because that's how one curve is it slopes down? Well, columnar mannum, Luba shaden, eight ulladulla, Amina, I saw one of us and then from Angus, use eco caribou be Kirby sahibi, I saw that each of our men would place his heel against the heel of his companion, meaning this is how we would

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perform the electrical, this is how we would make the jump, how each person would join his heel with the heel of his or her who is a saw him

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the person standing next to him. So shoulders and feet both. Now why shoulders and feet both because shoulders are at the top of the body, and feet are at the bottom of the body.

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Now, remember that if at the top of the body at the bottom, both are joined together, then definitely the role is going to be strict. And definitely there will be no gaps, the status of both accomplished, right. And also remember that if you are standing straight, right, and your feet are shoulder length apart,

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and there's something very, very important feet should be shoulder length apart. Always Would you like to do it right now. Practice right now. So stand in such a way that your feet are not too far apart so that you look like an A. Okay? Likewise, Your feet should not be too close together.

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Now think of your body. Okay. Think of your body,

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your shoulder down

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Do your foot straight line, straight line. And remember, we learned earlier that everything should be facing the Qibla. So your toes should be facing the Qibla. And for that your feet have to be straight. So until you can straighten your foot more, like so straighten your foot. Yes, exactly. Because remember, those have to face the table.

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Okay, now, if you join your shoulders are your shoulders touching, okay, your feet are too wide open, join them a bit closer, more, a little bit more. Yeah. So now you see, if you're, if your feet are shoulder length apart, then what will happen?

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That's banana muscles. Right? It will automatically become like that. And this is the best way of standing. Make sure that your feet are shoulder length apart and each person will stand comfortably. You will go to the core comfortably. You will even sit in the shadows comfortably.

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If your feet are straight, your heel will touch.

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If your feet are straight, your heel will definitely touch

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Is it okay? Now remember, don't turn your foot to the right nor to the left. Because sometimes what happens is that enjoining the heel people exaggerate. They go like this. Even this is not appropriate that your feet are you know inwards that is not appropriate. Likewise, your toes should not be outwards either. They should be just straight. Because when we did the Bible of Qibla we learned that everything should face the Qibla right, your shoulders straight your toes straight everything. Okay, now let's go into shadowed

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let's go into shadow.

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Okay, are you able to sit comfortably?

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Yeah, even the last the shadowed try?

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Yeah, of course people are you know their bodies are different. So it will be different but overall Are you able to sit comfortably? Yes. So this is 100 and like enough space that you need to remember Feet shoulder length apart body should be straight. If you focus on yourself. The row will also be straightened. Okay, let's continue now.

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And you know, when a person performs a solid property, it's the best form of stretching your body also. Right? And usually what happens is that in any kind of exercise what they tell you is that like for example, if you're bending your your hands are underground and your feet are on the ground, they tell you, Your hands should be shoulder length apart.

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Your feet should should be shoulder length apart always why align your body straighten your body

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back will be straighten everything will be will be aligned properly and if it's not aligned properly, you'll be uncomfortable and if you're uncomfortable, you won't be able to pray properly either.

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So exactly man covey will man covey will cut them he will cut me off

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at the center of New Holland in Colorado. Hey, Donna and her maiden arnesson an interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call of payments for foofa calm for any alchemy hora de straiten euros for indeed I see you from behind my back. What can I do not use the common man Kiba who be man can be so heavy waka de mucho because me. He said and one of us what would he do? He would join his men Kip with the monkey above his forehead, meaning shoulder join together and feet also joined together. Now with respect to feet, especially what is mentioned earlier we learned about eight of Angela Minda use the Picabo be carbon sahibi feet in particular, what should be joined together the ankles.

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And what it means by the ankles is the heels. Okay? So attention is paid to the heals because they are the foundation in which the body rests,

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isn't it? When you're standing, where's your body resting on your toes? No, we're on your heels. The heel is at the bottom of the leg. And the leg is what it's the pillar of the body.

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So in order to Yes, in order to straighten the body, what is necessary, you straighten the pillar of the body. Okay. And if the leg is straight, the body is trained from your shoulder down to your heel. Then what will happen the person standing next to you.

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He will really be next to you. There will be no gap neither between the shoulders nor between the heels. Now, doors they're not mentioned Why? Because some people have long feet some people have short feet. So what matters more is what the heels

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and we discussed this earlier. The feet don't have to be open sideways. Okay, neither outward nor inward because the body has to be straight and if your feet

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are, you know, sideways, open sideways, outward or inward? Then it's not possible to stand straight. Right?

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Some scholars, they said that joined the toes, and others said that no in the heels, there's a difference over here. But mainly if you think about it, like I described to you here, the heel is the bottom of the leg and the leg is a pillar of the body, right? It connects you all the way to your, from your shoulder to your heel, it's all one straight line. Okay, so if you focus on joining the heels, it will be easy.

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But remember that enjoining the heels please don't bend your foot, meaning don't turn it inward.

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Why this is an exaggeration and an annoyance and imbalance not good for you.

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Okay, because some people in trying to join the ankles, it will go to such extreme. This is not appropriate. Always remember doors should be pointed towards the fibula.

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Your body has to be straight.

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bad, either arm of a jeweler necessarily Miami, when a man stands to the left side of the man or her wallet will imagine the man moves him. Alpha who from behind him in a amenia. to his right side, done Masato is for that is complete meaning in order to straighten the rule format properly, because you see if the Imam if there's only one person praying with the Imam, so two people praying together, where should the moon stand on the right side of the map. But if he's standing on the left side of the Imam, the ROI is not proper, it has to be fixed. So for that reason, what is the Imam doing moving in from his left to his right, but how from behind himself. Now, likewise, in order to

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straighten the rows, and other times what happens movements have to be made? Right. So for example, you may have to step forward or you may have to turn, move a little to your right or a little to your left. Remember,

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this is not going to disturb the prayer. This is only going to perfect the prayer because remember the rule, any movement that is made to perfect the prayer to complete the prayer to perform the prayer more properly and easily that movement is permissible. Okay, so for example, if a person is standing and they're, let's say their leg is itching,

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itching to the point that they're not able to concentrate at all, or sometimes the hand is

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okay, it's possible. Now, all you need to do is just rub it slightly gently, just for like two seconds and enjoy the rest of your solo will be fine.

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You understand? Likewise, you're sitting in the shadows and there's a big black ant crawling over you and you see it

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and it might even bite you. So can you just flick it? You can Why? Because it will help you perform your sonar properly.

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So before the Salah begins, you should make sure that the rows are straightened and completed before it begins. This is why there is a gap between the comments for that even you know a few minutes or a few seconds rather. And the comma itself is long enough. Right? So during that make sure the rules are straightened, but if they're not straight

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move

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because you cannot leave a gap in front of you. Okay.

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How does an aqua table to no sir even color a different order we'll do a normative medianet in enclave in molinia our best and arguably our best and we'll do a lot more in Houma color for later minor beistle Allahu alayhi wa sallam with adelaida in for control Tania setif Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Similarly, for geralyn Nia and Yamini for Santa Okada for Carnival Salah when Amitabha we have read this Hadees many times before. And in this we see the permissibility of movement in Salah for the purpose of perfecting the Salah, improving the Salah also, another important point is that a man should not cross before another man who is praying rather you should

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go from where from behind him. And also we see here that the Imam is not moving. I mean prophets are a lot isn't good also in a move

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right? But he didn't move. So we see that the man will not move out of the people around him should adjust themselves around the email. Now, we see that the Imam is correcting the prophets of Allah was correcting even our best right. Now likewise, you may be performing your Salah and there is a gap and you need to move the person closer to yourself.

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Right One is that you move and the other is that you need to move somebody can you do that? Yes you can. There is a decent a Buddha would have the loving or modal dillo or narrative that the messenger of a loss of lives that I'm said make your role straight. stand shoulder to shoulder and close the gaps and do not resist your brother's hands. Do not leave any gaps for

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The shadeland whoever completes our Oh Allah Allah reward him and whoever breaks or Allah will forsake Him.

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Now in this hadith what do we see the prophets have a lot of sense that do not resist your brother's hands. A Buddha would explain this as a man should be easygoing if his brother pushes and forwards or backwards to make the real straight meaning of somebody is moving you don't stand like an iron you know, pillar or you know, like a wall or something move because the prophets are a lot of them said do not resist your brother's hands. Because sometimes we get offended right? Now, if you do come across a person who is like this toward you, meaning you're correcting them. Now what can you do, you can move towards them instead of moving them to move towards them.

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Bab Alma to wash the hair takuna soften a woman wash the hair alone, the coolness, often, she will form a rule meaning if a woman is standing alone behind men in Jamaica,

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although she's standing alone, it will constitute as a rule, okay, meaning it will be considered as a rule. Okay.

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But does the same apply for men?

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No, it doesn't apply for a man a woman she can make her all by herself but a man cannot he needs another man

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who doesn't have the lion and Mohammed and Clara had the Vanessa piano and is how can an SME American policy relate to in a way a team and a loved one who said I prayed

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solely to Anna I prayed with a demon and the orphan female Tina in our household and abuse and Allahu alayhi wa sallam behind the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So what does it mean? The Prophet said a lot of times the man he's leading the people in prayer will standing behind him to children. And so the lower angle and the Yeti Yeti Mizzou,

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who is Yeti? Non Bailiff child whose father has passed away when he reaches puberty. He doesn't remain your team anymore in the sense that

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the term your team doesn't apply to him. Okay. So the word the theme of your show is that it was a child.

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Okay, now,

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two children are standing behind the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was almost Sulaiman Havana, and my mother on Salaam was behind us.

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So you understand.

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The prophets of Allah is in the

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next row, and a follow on what and the theme and the third girl, homeschooling

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we see that the name didn't stand next to the

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children, even though my home mission, there is none here.

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But still, she stood behind them.

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Now there's a number of lessons that we see here. First of all, we see the person of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where he went to his companions, and he prayed in their house, I mean, who's over there, not even one man, a woman, and a child and an orphan.

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And he's going to their house and he's leading them in prayer.

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And we see that the profit settles in and lead them in prayer. And this was not fault because father would be we're in the masjid. This was nothing. So nothing can be performed in JAMA. And this is important for us to remember because every time Ramadan comes, we are in doubt,

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throw away prayers. I mean, I've heard that it's better to pray on your own. But can we really pray in Jamal? So have this just solid that you can, because the prophets, Allah, Islam did lead people in prayer. And that was an awful prayer.

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Also, we see that a role can be formed with a non violent child, you understand? Because if a rule could not be formed with a non violent child than nfld law, and who would be standing next to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and your team would also be next to him.

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But we see that both of them stood behind the Prophet salallahu Islam forming What? A self.

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Okay, I'll stuff because sometimes what happens is that people don't consider the prayer of a non violent child at all. It's not actually solid. It's not actually he cannot even lead. But remember that if the child has that kind of understanding, okay, he's able to pray and remember, at the age of seven, children are required to start praying. And by the age of 10, they must and many times it happens that by the age of 10, even boys are not necessarily bad.

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Right? So it's fun than to on them to pray. So remember that even they will form a rule. Okay? Sometimes it may happen that with children, boys, especially, let's say the father is doing the tomorrow, and he's got two sons, where should they stand next to him? Behind him? Even if they're little, they should stand behind him. But if there's only one boy, Then where should he sit next to the Father. Right?

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Also, we see here that a woman may stand alone behind the men

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and in fact, she should, she should not stand next to them. She should not mix with them, even if they

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My home. And even if they are young,

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when she's standing on her own, without any other women alone, her prayer is valid. But if other women are there, then she should not be standing alone.

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It should be us off. Okay.

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And this also teaches us that a woman is not standing right next to men such that her shoulder is joining his shoulder. Why?

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What's the hikma? What's the wisdom behind?

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Big distraction and fitness. All right? And remember that if it is not permissible in Nevada, then how can it be permissible in other

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in other places, for other reasons. Because sometimes it's unfortunate where Muslim women dressed in hijab, they're like sitting right next to such that the body is touching, you know, if there is a gap, and it's out of necessity, like for example, you're waiting, let's outside the doctor's office, and there is absolutely no seat available. And there's one, but there's a man sitting right next to it. So you go sit there, but you're not touching them. And that is a different situation. There is a you know, a distance between the two.

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But here remember, in solid, there is no gap because stuff has to be made such there is no gap in the middle. So this is why a woman will not stand next to the men.

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And this is the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the best roles for men are those in the front. And the best roles for women are those at the back. But remember one thing, that if it is a situation where there's absolutely no room, no space at all.

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Okay, and you're kind of stuck.

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And there there are men, so can you leave a little bit of gap and stand next to them?

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For Salah

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it will happen in the huddle, many times it will happen in the huddle.

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Like for example, you're walking, and you're trying to get into the women's section. And what happens is Allah has started and wherever people are, they're just standing to start their prayer.

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And you can find, obviously, they're standing like banana muscles, how can you squeeze through between men? You're stuck, you're trapped. Right? So if let's say you and your sister, I mean, and there are men on one side, so you move a little to, you know, the side where there's empty space, and then you just stand there and pray. Sometimes it may happen with you. I remember it happened with me. I was in the huddle, standing and praying. And God got stuck in a situation like this. It was around lunchtime. So there were the stairs going down. And I just stood there on the first step. Okay, like who can come come and stand next to me? Nobody will. So I just stood on the first step.

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It was on grout on the same level, but on the first step. But what happened, men kept coming and coming from behind, and they started standing over there. And a man was literally like an arm's length away.

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It was a very awkward situation. But it was out of extreme necessity. I mean, I started first and what was his fault? What could he do? Where could he go?

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Right. So it may happen. But in these situations, it's an it's a different case. But in general, it is not permissible for women to stand experiment in prayer.

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Also, one more thing we see here is that where a woman is allowed to make a roll by herself standing alone, a man is he allowed? No he is not. Okay. He has to be in a soft with other men. Because if karma to Salah jamara is for who, for men?

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And how can it be a jamara? If he's standing alone?

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You understand for women to come with a solid marriage is not mandatory. It's mandatory on who? On the men. And if a man is standing alone, how is that tomorrow? It's not tomorrow. So the most correct view is that standing in the row for men is obligatory and that the prayer of a man who prays on his own

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is not valid, he has to repeat the prayer. Because he has admitted the duty of standing in the row and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he told the people who prayed like this to repeat their prayer. There are many narrations in which we learned this. But remember, if a person is not able to stand in the room

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is not able to stand in the room for a legitimate reason, then his prayer is valid. Because

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right now, what could be a valid reason?

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a legitimate reason. So for example, a person is on a wheelchair. Okay. And the role is such that I mean, there's let's say he comes in, there is a gap on the side, but he cannot fit there he has to he has to form his own row and there is nobody else with him. So now, what should

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Do not pray, he has to pray. So he will form his own role. And he's standing alone. Now people who are coming in, if anybody does come in, what should they do, they should stand next to him so that his role may be formed. Now, if a man comes and finds the role is full,

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okay, the role is full, the self is full, and a new stuff has to be formed, what should he do?

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pull someone from the front, okay, there's four possibilities. Okay, and inshallah we'll explain each one of them. One is that he,

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he moves forward, and he goes and stands beside the email letter, the entire mustard is full, there is no place, he goes and stands next to the man. This is against the sun, absolutely against the sun. And because he cannot stand next to the email, even though there is a lot of space over there, he cannot stand next to the email. And he will also disturb the congregation by walking through them in front of them.

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And other possibilities possibility is that he can pull someone out of the row, okay, that step back and

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stand beside him. But this will create a gap in the row

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in the front row. And that is not permissible. Leaving gaps is not permissible.

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And it's also not fair to the person who's pulled back. I mean, he can barely to stand in the front and you're pulling him behind. Right? He has to leave his better spot for a worse one. And it will also distract him from the prayer. Because he's wondering, why is this person pulling me what's going on, he will resist, he will have to look back and see what's going on. So it will distract him from the prayer. There's a problem here also, a third possibility is that he can pray on his own. He says, okay, fine, I won't, I won't join the tomorrow, I'll just pray myself by myself. For this one, this is not permissible. While the jamara is going on, because joining the jamara is obligatory.

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Then another possibility is that he can pray with the congregation with the jumar behind the roll all by himself. Okay.

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And this is permissible. In fact, it would be better because he is performing his duty to the best of his ability. All right, and he's not disturbing others. He's not. Exactly. And this is a view that was favored by shiftless, I wouldn't even say me and many other scholars also. Okay.

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fooling somebody. First is that you don't know how they will react. They might not listen to you, you might try one person is not listening. You might try another one. They're not listening. Exactly. There's a gap that is going to be left there.

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Yeah. So it's better that you stand by yourself. Because remember that the obligation doesn't apply to you now, even though it is obligatory to I mean, especially for men to stand in, in a row. And for women, when there are other women, they should stand in a row. But when you're not able to stand in a row, then it's not mandatory on you. Remember that when a person is not able to do something, then the obligation is removed from him?

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Other people who come?

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Oh, yeah, as long as she's following the Imam, she's part of the congregation.

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Exactly. Yes.

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Yeah, we discussed that earlier that for women, the front row in the women's section would be best. Yes.

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Yeah. Now if do men are praying, okay, that is tomorrow, and how will they pray? The moon will stand next to the email. But let's say a third person comes.

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Now in that case, he will not come and stand to the left side of the room.

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You understand why? Because when there are two or more people than they have to form a rule behind the man.

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Then in that case, you know, he will say something or point to the person or touch him or something that he knows that Okay, now itself has to be formed. That is a different situation. And if he moves, it's not like he's

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breaking the law or it's not like he's leaving a gap or anything. Okay.

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Know, the Imam has to be in the front and the people who are praying

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Okay, when two people are praying side by side, then the mom has to stand right next to the Imam right next to the mom. He's not going to be a step behind. He has to be right next to. Okay, we read about this earlier also. Yes.

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Yeah.

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Okay. So in the case of husband and wife also the wife will stand behind the husband, not next to him. Okay? Because we see here the mother is not standing next to the son.

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Okay, she's standing behind them. So even if he's still the woman will not stand next to men in damar unless it's an absolutely exceptional situation. And even in that, no touching.

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Yeah, I mean little children, it's different. You're teaching them how to pray but as they grow older, and as they're able to move towards the men's roles, they should be sent over there not that big boys are standing next to their mothers in prayer. That is not permissible. Even I think seven is too big. They should be with the men. They should not be with their mothers at that age.

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Unfortunately, this is something that is becoming common now. Men and women standing together and praying this is not permissible.

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But may minute in my city will email me the right hand side of the masjid and the email. Another aspect of striking the rules is preferring the right side of the row to the left. Why because right side of the row is better than the left side. But remember that is not mandatory that everybody comes in stands to the right side.

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Okay, had this anamosa had as an aside with music credits and our awesome Ernie Sharpie are named our vessel de la hora in Houma Cotta. home today letter, Sally Anya said an abuse of the lager to sell them for the VAD, ob aboudi had to accommodate and your meaning you will call via de memorare.

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Same headings, different words, over here we'll call a B or D. Just one thing either. Remember we learned earlier Cole is also applied to ferry. So over here, he gestured with his hand that go from behind that he he indicated designed for me

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to be a little behind him. So what do we see here that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam moved him from his left side to his right side. So the right side of the Imam is better? Bab either cannabinol mme will be welcoming Hayato also threatened when there is a wall or sutra, a barrier between the email and the people. Remember, one of the rules that we learned was that the email that the rules should be close together, and the people should form the rows right behind the email. The only distance should be just enough to do such the not more than that. But what if there is a barrier or a half a wall between some of the roles and the Imam?

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Is that going to affect the the jamara it is permissible. Like for example, for the women's section, there is a barrier in the middle. Sometimes women are not even able to see the email, but they're able to hear him right.

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Now remember that part of the spirit of so forth is that the rules must be close to one another. They should be ruthlessly because it said jamara. Always remember it's a jamara It's a group prayer, the group has to be together.

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But remember that in this group, there is a barrier, there is a wall, you know or something, it doesn't make a difference. As long as it's a continuous flow of rows. It's a continuous flow of rows, there is no harm. Well, cloud has no and hasn't said lever certain to suddenly avena kobina will narrow down there is no harm, even if there is another a river between you and the Imam

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because obviously the commandments standing and praying on one side of the river and you're on the other side. And you want to there's three of you and you want to join that man in prayer. Where are you going to send in the river?

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You have to stand on the other side of the river and river doesn't mean really, really wide could also be as a small stream. Right wahala which doesn't yet tell mobile mme we're in carabiner 31. He will follow the email even if there is between them to buddy up on a road algae down or a wall. Either semiotic built on email as long as you can hear that the middle of the email. So it is necessary for the rose to be what doesn't have to be continuous. And a continuation of rows with barriers in between is also permissible. Now you may have noticed that for example, in HUD season or in Ramadan, in Makkah, there's a lot of people so much thought that the roles are you know, flowing

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continues from

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The cargo all the way to the streets and even hotel lobbies and the corridors in you know different different places in everywhere people are standing in rows. Now, there are you know certain hotels which are facing the harem, and they have prayer rooms over there.

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Right there, they have prayer rooms over there such that through the window you can even see the Kaaba right. Now, if you happen to be in a prayer room like that, can you press on that over there? You can if

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of course you can hear their speakers, okay. You can if the roles are continuous meaning the people are praying there are people who are praying for all the way between you and the man.

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But if let's say two days after

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the harem is empty, literally it becomes empty like the outside area becomes empty. Only the mustard is full. Can you pray in that room in the hotel? No, you cannot. Now you have to go to the masjid.

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Okay, why? Because there is a big gap between you and the email.

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Yeah,

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exactly. Now, you can hear life that we live Salah, you know, over television and even radio. So can you turn the television on and start praying? No, you cannot do that.

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Because you can hear but the rules are not with us.

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The rows are not with us. Remember that the rows should be with us. I have this in a Mohammedan color bar on our on your head. No sorry. I'm sorry here and our monitor on our call it can Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to live in a Lady for her jilla T. The prophets of Allah sent him he used to pray his night prayer in his hurdler. Now what does he mean by a scheduler remember that there was these who did a lot of his wives. But the prophets that a lot of them also had a hairdryer which was attached to the masjid, which was not the hurdle of his wife. And this is perhaps where he stayed when he was injured. And when he had also sworn an oath that he was not

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going to go to any of his wives for a whole month. Okay, so his hurdle because the description of this headline is different. Over here, we see what you download hurdle to consider. And the wall of the hurdle was very short for unnatural Shoshana Vila sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so the people could see the shots meaning the body of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So what does it mean that the wall was very short? It wasn't that high. So if it was like that you think I should have lived on it would be living over there. Not possible, right? So this was a different hurdle. So sometimes the prophets of Allah would go there and perform his night prayer. So one night and this was in the

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night of Ramadan. What happened the prophets are Ulsan was performing his Salah, and the people saw him for karma own essence the people also stood up soluna beside it, in order to join him for us by who so in the morning they further had the food with Alec they were talking about that that how much they enjoyed. And if two or three people are talking about this, they pray behind the prophets on a lot of them you can imagine that the rest of the people how envious they would be. So for karma later on the second night the prophets Allah Islam again in the month of Ramadan, he was standing in prayer in his hurdler for Kamara who doesn't use a Luna beside it again. People came and stood

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behind him sonoro Delica laid it out, that this happened for two or three nights, had that kind of bothered Alec. After this, what happened? Jealous Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam told me, he said and he did not come out meaning he did not. He did not let himself be visible, allow Artem, whether he was sitting in the Salah, whatever it means, but basically we see that the prophets of Allah did not let the people know that he was praying

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for them, the US via the regular delicateness in the morning, the people mentioned this that what happened for connoisseur he said in Hershey. I was afraid and took the garlic home So naturally, that the night prayer would be made mandatory for you. This is why I did not come out. Now we see here that the prophets have a lot of things in his fridge, but there is a wall and the people are standing in the masjid following him. So there can be a wall there can be a barrier. But remember, as long as people can see the email, they can hear the email. It's a flow. Okay, it's beautiful. It looks like a congregation a jamara it's permissible. Babs Malachi lay the night prayer.

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So performing the night prayer in jamara. Remember these above are all related to Jamal had the sniper on him.

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Before dake Allah had been on his mock buoy and Abu Salah Mata, even Abdul Rahman or narration literally alohomora an abuse of the Lahore to southern Canada who has lead on he used to have a house lead what is a mat and it's a mat that is made from date palm leaves. And remember that if it's made from date palm these first of all, it would be beautiful. Secondly, it would also be soft and it will also be cool.

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In the summer, and it would be insulating in winter. Okay, so it's good in all weather. So he used to have a hustle. He used to have this kind of a mat. What would he do with it? Yep, Superwoman the hoodie. He would spread it out during the day. So he would use it in order to sit on because it's also somewhat soft. Were 30 Ruby lately, and he would use it as a screen in the night. Yeah, that you remember hated on Mark dura barrier. So he would use it as a screen in the night. But what happened for thermal Elena's one night, the profits of a lot of them he had this screen. Okay, here's Matt hanging on the screen. And he was praying and the people around him, they knew he was

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praying. So what happened? They gathered to him for Sunday, and they prayed behind him. So again, there is a barrier here, but still, the jamara is valid. And also we see that it's the night prayer, it's not fault. It's knuffel and jamara. is being established. So in the month of Ramadan. When you go for clear Malaysia or Torah we remember it is permissible. It is not a Buddha had doesn't

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even know her maiden Kala Hadassah haven Casa de Musab Naropa and Solomon have been lovely. And Muslims are either inside of myth, everything another pseudo lies on the lower end of us lm a de hirji Latin, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he took 100 on meaning a room for himself. Paula hasip to a new parliament, how Sweden Ramadan, for Salafi la le he said sorry, said I think that he said it was made out of a straw man. Sorry, her gelatin over here doesn't mean just room but also a barrier. And that barrier that screen was made of a straw man, as we learned earlier, and this was when in the month of Ramadan, for Salafi had a rally and then he prayed in that room behind that screen for

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several nights during the nights for Celebi Salatin. So I mean, I was happy when the people heard him. They also prayed behind him. Fela Malema be him Johnny aku when he found out that this is what people are doing, he began setting for hora de la him. Then he came out to them from Ireland and he said, I'd love to lead the Euro item and sanitary comb I understand what you were doing. For suddenly a urinal Sophie boo tickle, but oh people pray in your houses for enough bada Salatin Salatin Murphy Beatty, in October, because indeed, the best prayer of a man is which one, the one that he prays in his house except them October the obligatory on our final had done a waiver musasa

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marital anomaly and booster in Tanzania. And in the base of the Law Review center, we see that again. Voluntary prayer being performed in Jamaica, the prophet sort of Allison didn't really encourage that much. Why? Because if he started, if he continued it, it would become mandatory on the people. Also, one thing we notice here the prophets that Allison was praying, and he didn't know initially, that people are praying behind him. So this is also permissible that a man is praying and he doesn't have the intention of being a man. And the people are praying behind him no harm in that. Okay. It's also not necessary to see the Imam as long as you can hear that you might. Also we see

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that, in this hadith the prophets are a lot of them said, or people pray in your houses because the best prayer is which one in the house except the mokuba farfalla. It is best to bring jamara in the mustard and this is obviously for the men, but voluntary prayers, it is best to perform them were in the privacy of your home, in the comfort of your home. Why? So that you can concentrate better. And you see it's a voluntary good deed and voluntary good deeds should be performed secretly. Right into the heart, Fannie Mae, we're into full tutorial fukumura.

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Right, that is better. Hidden some Zakat funds given openly very good. But charity given secretly is better. Because it's voluntary. And you see when you're praying in your own house, then it's up to you how long how short you want to cry, you want to take a break, you want to do karate, you want to read an AI over and over again, you can relax and pray. But when you're around people, you're conscious, you want to cry, but you force yourself to stop. It's it's very uncomfortable. So this doesn't mean that you don't pray thoroughly and emulating the mystery at all. Go ahead and do that. But also pray yourself. And for those people who are not able to go to the masjid, in the month of

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Ramadan, especially due to motherhood or whatever reason. Remember this hadith.

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Remember this Hadees and take advantage of your time at home and remember and you will perhaps enjoy that Salah more than the salad that you can pray in the machine.

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So many rulings, and this is just for tomorrow. Now the next chapters

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With this Alhamdulillah we have completed the above about Salatu tomorrow and the next ones are about sefako Salah, the description of the prayer. So this was just about the full and then how to perform the Salah will come later.

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Yes.

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It's okay as long as you're able to do it. Because what happens sometimes is that when we are at home, we become lazy. So if you find yourself becoming lazy at home, then go to the masjid. It's better.

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Yes, so even that is better. pm will be longer. Sometimes what happens is because it's late after two novel, you're sitting and you fall asleep. Right? So obviously when you go to the masjid, consistency, and hamdulillah you're able to achieve a target but if ever you are in a situation where you're not able to go then don't pity yourself and don't deprive yourself remember this Hadees and be more encouraged to perform Salah at home. inshallah.

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So with this, we conclude our Bab Okay, soprano.

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ilaha illa Anta this little girl wanted to be like a Santa Monica.