Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 114 The Characteristics of the Prayer Hadith 732 735

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The Hadee rule of not leaving things behind until someone enters the prayer is discussed, along with the importance of praying for the people and reasons behind them. The HAD's use of hamsters, animals, and the holy spirit is emphasized, along with the importance of following leaders and rules of the church. The importance of raising hands during prayer is emphasized, and the concept of man halls is discussed. The HAD's use of words and actions in prayer is also discussed, along with the importance of avoiding bad things and setting boundaries. The importance of raising hands during prayer is emphasized, and the recap of homework and using the mile Hooda mode of communication is provided.
AI: Transcript ©
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Mohammed Abu Salah a lot of swelling and get him another word for the Ministry of pineal rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim. furbish faculty acidity were certainly under the water of the community Sani Coco de probenecid nerima

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Bab ee jabbok bt wafted Dieter hustler.

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This is the chapter heading.

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The book is off then. And these are chapters related to the description of the prayer. The first, the first Bab is off each EBITDA committee walked into his Salah

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he jab, what does he mean he jab is from would you well dream

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would you would you meaning to be

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obligatory? So he jab, meaning, the obligation

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the obligation of what? What is obligatory, what is non party proving the obligation of that beef? What does that word mean to say?

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Allahu Akbar, that we need is to say Allahu Akbar, it is from Aqua, right calf Baba, tuck be to say, Allahu Akbar.

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So the obligation of saying that the clear

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what data has Allah? What and if data, if data is from fat? What does it mean to open? In fact, he had the opening, the beginning, the opening of something means it's beginning.

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So if data has solar, meaning, the beginning of the prayer, meaning what has saying that we got to do with the opening of the prayer with the beginning of the prayer, and Buhari says, that speed is where

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you have to say that that be in order to begin the prayer. If a person does not say that that could be his Salah is not complete, because he never really entered the prayer. He never really began the prayer. And once a person says Allahu Akbar, then he has entered the Salah, then he has to leave everything behind. He has to forget about everything else. And and he is in the state of prayer. You see, until you say, Allahu Akbar, you can look up, you can look right, you can look left, you can be fixing your hijab, you can be talking to somebody, even if you're standing on your prayer mat, even if you're standing in the row. But once you say, Allahu Akbar, then what happens? Silence. Then what

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happens in the midst of everybody standing straight? Why? Because they have entered the prayer.

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Now, what's the evidence of this? That Salah begins with Allahu Akbar? What's the evidence Mr. Bahari uses several a hadith. What are those Hadees let's look at them.

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The first one is had definite Abuja many color bonus you're able to earn his re color Bhavani and a sub nomadic and I'm sorry, you know, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Rocky but for us and for Jewish worship. Amen. Paula and assemble the Allahu anhu for Salah Lana. You're waiting for that Amina salvati wahaca for Selena wha hoo Gruden? Some McConnell, Ms. Elena, in the Nigerian emammal Luton maybe for either solar power even for solo Korean. What either rocker for girl will either refer for what either sajida first doodoo worried upon a semi Allahu demon hamidah for kulu or a burner wallet.

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So this is the complete Hadith. What do you see at the beginning of the Hadith? few names?

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Who are those people? the narrator's and then let's look at the Internet. It begins with head death. Anna, what does that mean?

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He narrated to us he narrated this hadith to us.

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who's saying this?

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Mr. Bahari? He's saying that he narrated to us who a Boolean. A Boolean man so what does it show a Boolean man was one of the teachers of remember hottie.

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Remember he had over 1000. So always look at the first word first name, who's the first name you'll find a lot of different names over there. So William and Mary to to the member party that you see had death and he narrated to us. What this asked me

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that Mr. Bahari was not the only person sitting before I believe him and there was a group of students and to those group of students Abuja man Narita this Hadees okay. Kala Bhavana shuaibu Abuja man said that schreib informed us sure

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I informed us now there's a difference between her death Anna and a hobo Donna.

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in Hades terminology there is a difference. And later on you see our misery from a zuri

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Okay. Now these differences inshallah you will learn in early one Hadith that one or more had this says, had the Sunnah or when he says, or when he says about Allah, what does it mean by that? What does that tell us about the method in which he received the Hadees from his teacher? Okay, inshallah, you will learn these details and

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so he took Hadees from Missouri, who said that of Bernie, and also numeric was NSA been Malik

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al Ansari, Who is he, as a hobby, a companion of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So, this look at these names now. And then seven medic is the Sahabi. So that makes a coup de PUE

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at Highbury.

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Okay, and that makes tribal a tavern tavern, and that makes a Boogeyman

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for generation after that, so how many people between the mumble Party and the prophets have a lot of them in this chain? First Abuja man secondly, Sharif, then zuri, then asked Malik, how many for only for

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so and so the medical little or no he narrated that under asuna la he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam once he over Cuba, false false and

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he's narrating an incident over here. Notice he's not mentioning the statement. First. He's mentioning an incident. He's saying that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam workiva What does Rockabye mean? he embarked he wrote, he wrote on what follows on a horse. He rode a horse and for duration for duration shippable Ayman durations new letters Jean hatchin Yes, we haven't said by two root letters, okay.

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Even though you have completed your tidy McMullen root letters, knowing the root of the word is your lifelong companion. Now inshallah. Okay.

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So for Jewish Jewish is basically when the skin gets scratched or scraped the abrasion of the skin. And this basically happens when you have an injury. So for example, a person running and all of a sudden falling. So what happens to the knee, it gets scraped, what happens to the elbow. This is what life is about, right, especially for children that they're constantly getting hurt, their skin is getting scraped, it's getting scratched. So this is called, this is what he means. So the profits are a lot isn't Jewish, it was, it was grazed what shithole a man ship, his side with side on the right side. So does that mean the profits or the long term had an injury, he was riding a horse he

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must have fallen and he must have injured his right side and especially his right side, imagine his right side, it got scratched from many, many places the skin, you know it was grazed for many, many places. And obviously, if a person has been hurt in this way, then performing Salah standing may be difficult, right?

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Color unecessarily Allahu anhu and this will be a lot more and who said for Sunday, Atlanta Yama, even Salatin. So one day, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prayed with us on that and he prayed for us meaning he led us into prayer. Yama in one day, for Latin a prayer middle swallow it from one of the prayers meaning one of the five daily prayers. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam led us how what what, while he was partly done, setting he was unable to stand the prophets of Allah was sitting and while he was sitting, he was leading us in prayer for Selena so we prayed wha hoo behind him. Kuru then sitting.

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We also sat behind him because he was sitting so we also said we didn't stand so makalah masala then he said when he said the salon meaning when he ended the prayer, he said in the Nigerian emammal Luton lobby the Imam is appointed in order to be followed. If the Imam is there, the people behind him are supposed to follow him for either Salah Eman so when he prays while standing for Saluki Amman, so you should also pray standing what either Raka for Kuru, when he goes down into the core, then you should also go down into the core. Don't keep you know reciting your sutra. No, you have to stop there and go down into the core because the email went in

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Cool, what? Rafa and when he gets up from the record, what should you do for Pharrell You should also get up when he has sajida and when he goes down into such that you do then you should also go down into sajida where either color semiological demon hamidah and when the Imam says semiological human hamina Allah has heard the one who praised him for ooh then you should say robina well I can hand Oh our Lord for you with all praise

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let's look at the next Heidi's had quite a bit of news or even not remember why is taking this Heidi's from who put Eva even sorry, who is saying Paula had the ventilation and initially having an inner Sydney mannequin. Now, if you think about it, a different chain, but leading up to an S even radical the Lord Hussein companion, who narrated the previous incident, okay, but in this chain, the wordings are slightly different. And color that he said, harbor Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and following the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fell from a horse. Now, another thought that I knew is narrating that incident. Different people heard that incident from him, perhaps a different

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occasions. This is why the wordings are different, the details are slightly different in this narration, and so, they don't want to say the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fell in the previous one we learned he rode over there falling was not mentioned that was just understood. But over here it is clearly mentioned the cover of assuta loans on a lot of Southern philosophy from a horse for education. So his skin was grazed for Sunderland a car even for Selena Maha who couldn't so he led us in prayer while sitting in we also sat behind him someone sarafa then when he ended the prayer for Allah so he said in mm hmm indeed the Imam out in the Nigerian Imam or he said that indeed the

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Imam has only been placed meaning he has been placed before you knew maybe so that he is followed for either Kabbalah for kabiru when he says that that could be then you should also kabiru worried araca phulkari when he goes into record then you should also do record what you data file for faru when he gets up and you should also get a wider policy are lovely when hamina when he says Samir Levin even hermina for Kunal robina luck and then you should say Robin and tell him what he does

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when he goes into such that you should also go into such that I want you to compare these two hobbies same incident

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okay narrated by the same companion but different details This is why

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learning only one Hadees about a particular incident is not sufficient. If there are other IDs then they should also be considered they should also be read so that you can get a more complete picture Okay, and if you think about it in one direction it was said I've been working hand in this narration to the set robina local ham

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let's look at the third Heidi's also had a Boolean many.

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Now who is this?

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Teacher but the same one? a Boolean man. Okay. Color of banana sure I even he said sure. He told us color had destiny abou Xena de. Now if you go back to the first Hadees

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it was from a Boolean man who took it from sure I but in the first one, he took it from him as the hoodie over here he takes the hoodie from Whoo hoo Zenith and in our apology on a bee hula.

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So who's the companion now, a Buddha who aren't who are calling abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in the majority email, you know, maybe the email has been placed in order to be followed for either commodification Bureau. When he does that, we then you should also do that we were in a car for car when he goes into record, you should also do recall we're in a call center a lovely man hamidah for call Robin our local hand what he decided first to do what else Allah jellison for sudlow do loosen up tomorrow when he sits in prison, you should also sit and pray all of you together. Now.

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There's two companions over here. And so below on who and have a hooded over the line, same incident. Different details and as a little Wiener mentioned is the part that the prophet SAW a lot of animals sitting on a horse and Evo, a Buddha who are no leaves that out completely he just mentioned the statement of the Prophet salallahu radiocentre Okay, and different chains, narrating that same incident.

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Does it broaden our understanding? It does. Now the two of us holding on who and the one hand these are Buddha Buddha.

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All these three ladies What do they prove to us? That That is why do

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How was it? Why'd you

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okay do we learn for either a Kabbalah fuckup bill when he does that we then you should also do that we okay. In in do ahaadeeth has mentioned for either kabara pocket bill that makes it clear that the first Hadees how does that

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prove to us

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the first of these proofs was that you have to follow the email

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you have to follow the email and for either Salah Eman for Saluki and when he's standing to pray, then you should also pray standing behind him obviously, if someone is standing to pray, how does he begin

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with the technique? And you learn that detail from where? From other ahaadeeth Okay, so I want you to notice something over here sometimes the Hadees does not directly prove,

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but it's clear from the wordings and the other Hadees which are similar.

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Okay, it directly or indirectly, they prove a point. And that is what God is teaching us directly or indirectly. So all of these are these they prove either directly or indirectly, that the meat is legit. Because either Kabbalah fucka boo, and this is referring to which that means that miracle Islam, which is the first the opening takbeer that when you begin the prayer, how do you begin by saying, Allahu Akbar, and in another Hadees, which we learned in Sahih, Muslim, remember the Hadees where there was a man who was once praying and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him, it was easier for suddenly go back and pray because you have not prayed. So he went back and read multiple times.

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And eventually he said, Please teach me and the prophets of Allah said when he taught him the proper method of prayer, he began by saying, either ponder it for a bit.

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When you stand in order to pray, then what should you do for a bit, then you should say that there could be now the first Hadees that mentioned standing for prayer, from other Hadees we learn standing in prayer means fuck a bit, that you should do that we this is why the ruler might have said that Salah cannot be begun without that the

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Salah begins with the duckbill. And that that means both the words and the actions, you have to say Allahu Akbar on you have to raise your hands. And a person cannot say something which is like a low Aqua. So for example, a person says, Allahu, Allahu Allah.

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You can't say that you have to say, Allahu Akbar, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Kabir, Kabir meaning say that actually there has to be these words. Now found these are these what are the other lessons that we learned? What are the any other observations that you had,

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that if a person has, you know, a physical pain or ailment somewhere, then he can pray, sitting down,

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following the email, following the email, that if he's sitting and leading the people in prison, and the people behind him also have to sit and pray,

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they cannot be standing, they also have to be sitting, you have to follow the email. Now, what does that teach us?

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The importance of following the leader,

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whether it is in the salon or outside of the salon, because if you think about it, the profits are a lot of cinemas, physically injured. But yet he is leading people in prayer. He doesn't say, you know what, I'm not doing too good. So go pray yourself today. Know, first of all, the importance of unity, of being together.

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The importance of praying for Allah, even when you're physically injured, you're physically wounded. And then being together, no matter what's going on in your life. You know, many times it happens that we're having a personal issue, we're having a personal problem. But we, but other people have to suffer because of that. No, when everybody has to be together for a certain cause, yes. You know, one person has an issue, another person has a different issue. But when we have committed to a cause, then we are going to come together regardless of what's going on in our lives. And we learned this from the way of the prophets of the Lord is that it didn't matter whether his entire side of

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the body was created, it was wounded, was time to pray. It was his commitment to lead people in prayer. He led people in prayer, even though it was difficult for him. And you see, the Sahaba there's they're praying behind him. And the prophets are a lot of them says that if the man is sitting You should also set. Now sometimes it happens that the leader, they have an issue, they're incapable of doing something, but you have that capability. You have that ability. But what do we learn here? No, but if his means are less than you have to

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limit you

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yourself over there also, sometimes the leadership of certain individuals seems restrictive,

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that if I have to be with them, then I feel very limited.

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I don't want to be controlled. I'd like to have my freedom and my authority to do whatever I want. But the thing is that this is what leadership is about. If each person goes on making their own decisions and following their own desires, then can people be together?

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No, can they ever be united? No, for example, in a household,

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okay, who's the one, the husband, which means that every major decision, I mean, he makes it, he has to be consulted. But if the wife says, No, you and I work, and I also make money, and I also have my own life, and I can also drive and I can also go places I can make my own decisions, then what will happen, that's when it's bringing dinner home, and she's also bringing dinner home, and it is rare. You know, everybody has her own life, own decisions, the husband says, No, I'm gonna get this couch and the wife has no, you know what, I don't need to consult you, I'll just go buy a couch myself. And all of a sudden, you have a pink couch and a yellow couch in the same living room, it's not

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gonna work, life is going to be a mess.

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So you do have your freedom in many matters and many affairs. But in certain matters, you have to accept the leadership of others, even if it may seem restrictive, but you have to accept it.

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And this is a lesson that we learned from Salah, the Imam is not able to stand, and you have to respect that. And out of that respect, you also have to be sitting because you have to follow the email because if you're not following, you're not going to be on the same page, you're not going to be going to be together, that unity is going to be missing. I mean, look at the prophets of Allah, sometimes his for unity, how much you wanted Omar to be together, because Unity is strength, that even in prayer be together.

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Not that a person says you know what, if you can't stand, I'm going to stand.

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You don't agree with me? Fine. I'll go my own way. What is our problem today? that every person Mashallah headstrong? If they don't agree with the other by?

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Will I work with any, any kind of work? Can it grow like this? Husband and wife, are they ever together always on the same page? No.

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You have differences, always. And it's very important to learn this life skill difference management, that you learn to manage, you know, the situations in your life, despite the differences that you may have.

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It's a very important skill. And this skill, Salah teaches us.

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You will always come across people whom you differ with, you see things one way they see things differently. Another important lesson that we learned from here is that bad things can happen to good people also.

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And that's perfectly normal. This is what life is about.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam being the Prophet of Allah, he's sitting on a horse and he falls and the entire side of his body is scraped.

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And when I when I was reading this, for the first time, I was kind of shocked that really

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got injured.

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No, I don't want that injury to happen to him.

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Because we view things very differently that if someone gets physically injured or they have a physical problem, then they must be very sinful inside or there must be you know, they're being punished for some tense.

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Okay? possible, because every human being is sinful. All the children of Adam make mistakes. But just because someone is suffering from a problem, don't think that they are extremely evil and they're a hypocrite and they are

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this and that, no. Always think positively about others. And even yourself. If you are suffering from something, don't think that you are an absolute loser and there's no hope left for you. No bad things, trials. They're a part of life.

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Allah subhanaw taala is testing us that what is our reaction at that time? What are we doing in that state of injury in that state of pain, that is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in that state of injuries is still leading the people in prayer.

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And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam despite his hardships, how he led people in prayer, even when he was physically injured at this occasion, and at many other occasions, previously incredible Salah we have learned about many of these about the end of the prophet SAW a lot of songs life, that how, in his last few days when he was extremely ill, even then he tried his best to come and lead the people in prayer. He had to

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stream he had very high fever. He was unconscious, he asked him what are we brought to him to do so that he could do we'll do he did it again he felt unconscious he asked that what are we brought so he could, you know, it could be poured on him, it happened and again he fell unconscious, he attempted many times to lead people in prayer but he realized that it was beyond his capacity. And then he sent word that every worker should lead the people in prayer. So hardships trials, they're a part of life and Allah subhanaw taala tests as to how obedient we are in good times and also in bad times when we are suffering and also when we're happy, how consistent are we because it is these you

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know, different situations that really demonstrate the faith that we have the love that we have for a lot of fear that we have from a soprano dharna

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also one more thing I want you to observe that in these different directions we learned the words of banana Callaghan and robina will occur Now which one is correct? Both are correct and when both are correct What does it mean that we should use both don't limit yourself to only want to say Robin Allah Callahan also say Robin I want to call him

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all right. Because when you find different versions of different car, then what is best that you use all of them? You say all of them because variety wings, beauty also. So is this bap clear. Okay.

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Next Bab Bab lophelia Dany fitech VIERA till oola, Merle if DITA Hey, sour and roughly what does refer me to raise? Aaliyah Dane of the two hands. So the raising of both hands when fit up below till oola

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in the first duck beef, and what is that first duck beat?

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When you begin the prayer?

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Okay, so raising your hands, when you're saying the first that be when you're beginning the prayer,

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it should be mild if

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it is with the if the the meaning it is with the beginning of the prayer, so I am equal meaning both at the same time.

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What does this mean? The question is that in the previous lab, we learned that you have to say you have to say Allahu Akbar

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over here, and it proves that you're not just saying Allahu Akbar, you also have to raise your hands. And both of them should be together. So while at the same time, not that a person is just standing there, and he says Allahu Akbar, and after a few moments, or he says this, he moves his hands up and fold his hands on his chest and after a few moments of luck Well,

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no, both of them have to be at the same time together. This is how the Salah begins. How does an Arc de la hibou Muslim Mata another name, new name, another teacher of mobile Hari, American and English, rehabbing and selling with Nia Abdullah and Avi. Others more than four people here right. Between the mumble hottie and the prophet SAW the license of this chain is slightly longer. Another sort of law hustle Allahu alayhi wa sallam

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can a yo Faria de he who is saying Salim even Abdullah his father is saying his father of the light he's saying that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to yellow feria de he, he used to raise both his hands

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up to where has the word monkey Bay him up to his shoulders. Not ears.

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Okay, not below the shoulders were up to the shoulders. Okay, had the woman came he had one What does one mean? had one needs to be parallel to.

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okay to be parallel to, to be opposite to to be in front or to be face to face with someone. So his hands were basically parallel to his shoulders being right in front of the shoulders. Okay.

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How the woman Cuba, he either has salata when he would open the prayer, meaning when he would begin to prayer.

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So as Javier saying the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to lift up his hands also with the cochlea when he began the prayer. And he did the same thing with either kabara little Cory. And also when he did that bead for record, meaning when he went down to the core, when he would say Allahu Akbar to go down to the court, he wouldn't just say Allahu Akbar. Along with that he would also raise his hands. What eval refer Allah

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So who and when he raised his head mineral query from the ruku, Rafa whom academic, he raised them both meaning both his hands, also, likewise.

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Meaning he raised his hands while saying Allahu Akbar at the beginning of the prayer. And again, he raised his hands when he would go down for record, as he said,

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and also 30, when, when he would get up from record, he would, he would also raise his hands. But when he got up from record, he wouldn't say a lot more. But at that time, what would he say? Well, Carla, I want to also walk Allah and he said, something our lovely man hamidah of vanilla can help. He would say this, when he got it from Roku, what kind of lay of organic and he would not do that? What? raising his hands for sujood for sudo, meaning when going down into such the one getting up from such that he wouldn't do that. He wouldn't raise his hand, he would only raise his hands when at the beginning of the prayer, and when going to the core and coming up from record.

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Okay, here.

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Now in this Hadees, what do we learn? What is the mumble party proving over here? That you have to raise your hands with the duck.

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Okay, when at the beginning of the prayer, you have to raise your hands with the duck beat. Not every time you say that we didn't say that. But at certain times. Now, so begins with the database and with the duck beef, we learned that hands must also be raised. And so what in the web it means equal meaning both should be together. What should be together the words and the action? What words Allahu Akbar which action raising of the hands, meaning it should be simultaneous? How do we learn that from this Heidi's

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can your furuya day he has the woman QA he either data has salata what either. kabara lyrical. So this proves these words prove that raising the hands is also important.

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Now, when it comes to raising the hands, when saying Allahu Akbar, there are three possibilities.

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One possibility is simultaneously together.

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That you begin, you know, the raising of your hands, as you begin saying, Allahu Akbar. And you bring your hands down as you finish saying,

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Allahu Akbar, both the word Allahu Akbar and the action of raising hand begin together and the end together simultaneously.

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Okay, this is one possibility, and this is proven yell, Faria, he knew he would raise his hands when he would say that could be another possibility is that the person raises his hands.

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His hands are already raised, and then he says, Allahu Akbar.

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Okay, so for example, Allahu Akbar.

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One is that Allahu Akbar.

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Another is

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Allahu Akbar.

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You understand the hands game first. Then came along, now that the hands moved from their position of being straight. Okay. And this is also proven or fire la feria de sama Kabbalah. And in another narration, we learned that the Prophet tomadas embrace both his hands and then he said, Allahu Allah. The third possibility is that a person says that the Kabir Allahu Akbar, and then he raises his hand, so, Allahu Akbar.

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understand there is a slight difference. And this is also proven from the kabara modifier, they, he sat at the feet, and then he raised his hands. So what did we learn from all these different reports that I mentioned to you right now the matter is very broad, in the sense that just because your duck beat and raising hands were a second apart doesn't mean that you're the COVID was improper. It's natural. It's natural, because Allah is not mechanical, right? It's not mechanical, it's going it's natural that as you're saying, Allahu Akbar, sometimes it's going to be exactly at the same time, and sometimes it can be a slight difference. So no big deal. As long as they're both at the same

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time. It's no big deal

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okay. Now, in this Hardee's, we also see that the prophets Allah Watson did not raise his hands when going to stitute.

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Now, this means that even for such that tilava even for such data when you're going down from pm to such that you're not required to raise your hands.

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Many people do that.

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Many people do that, that bind a man when they're standing, and the man says Allahu Akbar, they raise their hands and then go into such that no, before such that there is no raising of the hands. You go directly into Saturday, and you see it is more

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literally holla you know, like falling into Saturday.

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I click right there. You go down to size. You don't even have time to raise your hand just go straight down to the side you just fall prostrate.

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Now there is a question What is the wisdom of raising the hands with the cubbies?

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Why? Why do we have to do that?

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Firstly, Why say Allahu Akbar at the beginning of the prayer? What does Allahu Akbar mean? Allah is

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just great.

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Great test, or greater? Because it's it is what of Lee right? So when upward is followed by men, that means greater than such and such, and so and so. But if you notice, there is no mean. Why because Allahu Akbar, From who? everyone and everything, which means that when you were beginning the prayer, then you begin with Allah is greater than everything and everyone that I was busy with. So I'm going to leave everything and everyone behind him focus on who the last panel title only. Allahu Akbar.

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raising the hands, why raise the hands? What's the wisdom behind that?

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Surrender, okay, that you are acknowledging allows greatness and your nothingness, absolute surrender, with this physical action of raising the hands and then folding them on your chest. This is like a physical switch. Also, you know that you are, you are entering the state of prayer, you're not just saying Allah is greatest, and you are going to begin the prayer. It's like a physical, physical shift. And think about it. If you were to start praying, just like, it's not the same, either. When you say Allahu Akbar, it's like, you're leaving everything behind. And now you're focused in prayer.

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Like, physically, you're entering the prayer, mentally, psychologically, your whole body and your soul entering the prayer amount of shaeffer he was asked that what is the purpose of offering you then what's the wisdom behind the raising of the hands, he said, that lean for Allah

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in order to glorify Allah subhanaw taala. And also, because we follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. The simple reason is he did it. So we do it to, you know, allow what is glorifying Allah through words, and raising up your hand is glorifying Allah through your actions.

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Also, some scholars have said that a benefit is that when the Imam says Allahu Akbar, and at the same time he raises his hands, then the person who is deaf, who cannot hear, he saw the physical action.

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And the person who is blind, he didn't see, he heard the words.

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Understand, so everyone knows, Allah has begun.

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And many times you may have noticed that, you know, you see someone going like this, you don't really hear them. You know, when a person is praying individually, just because you see them going like this, you know that Oh, they're praying, because from the back, you can't really tell but when you see them raising their hands, you know that they're entering the state of prayer.

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So there is wisdom.

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So inshallah we will conclude over here, your homework. Your homework is to read out loud, read out loud, what

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the hotties in Arabic, read out loud and don't think about how you sound okay? Don't worry about making mistakes, you will make mistakes. It's okay. No big deal. But unless we try how are we going to improve? So if you feel more comfortable, shut the doors when you're all alone, then read but you have to read Okay,

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promise, inshallah you have to read in Sharla and in your groups also, you're going to read so for today, this is the only homework I'm giving you read and practice the Arabic text because the better you know these words, the more familiar you will be with Hades inshallah

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and inshallah you will have your groups in which more revision will be done in shop. Okay.

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And if there's any questions, please feel free to email me and also use the mile Hooda mode of communication in Sharla. So panic alarm will be handling nature to let you guys know stockbroker wanted to break a Santa Maria camara De La Hoya barakato

Lesson 114 – Chapter 82-83 Hadith 732-735

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