Bukhari 115 The Characteristics of the Prayer Hadith 736 744

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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu How y'all doing?

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Did you do your homework? What was your homework? to read? That I had these? Read them in your mind or read them out loud? out loud. So how was it a very different experience because we're just used to reading the Quran and 100 after studying the Quran, you become so familiar with the words and with the ayat that it's almost natural to be fluent. And because of that, you begin to think that you know how to read Arabic.

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And especially if it will have all the harakat that the scheme, you read it easily, but then you realize it's a little different.

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But still wasn't impossible. It was doable, right? Okay, so let me see how you read. I would like to hear also, no. So who would like to read from the beginning of website but

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go ahead, use the microphone. Read the Bab and the hubby of let's say 50 celerity. babble ej detectability lefty there his celebrity

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had definite ability in any pilot, borough national ID able to find his pilot, apparently NSW medicated and Swati you and now Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Rocky Botha said vegetation ship guven Amen. Allah ns una Ravi Allahu anhu Dasani Solana Yola eating salette and Minnesota where you bought your first one lane our road and through lapide LMS Atlanta in nemadji Ellen emammal you can levy he favors hola Amen So lupien way either

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da Silva had detonate Abdullah Muslim attack and mannequin on Ebony she has been and Sallie Mae Vinnie Abdullah and Abby and narrow solomani said a lot of it was Salim Khanna yet Faria he had one manky way he didn't have solar but he Dhaka para la ruku It was either Rafa. Sir who Mina ruku Rafa aguma gallica, Eva we're all SME a long Lehman hamidah robinair Well, I can hum McKenna yes I'll daddy can fish. Good Mashallah. So as you keep practicing, remember that the more you practice, the better you will become? In Sharma district. Remember how you learned how to recite the Quran, how was it at the beginning? Easy.

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Don't remember sitting in front of your teacher and reading that same idea again and again and again. And struggling with every word it happens right? But then eventually what happens? It becomes easy. It becomes so familiar. So the text of Hadith especially all of these names, they are different. Okay? And at the beginning you will struggle but never

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get discouraged, keep trying keep putting in your effort and you will be amazed at how beautifully you will improve. inshallah. So the more you practice, the better you'll become. And along with reading practice, also listening practice. Okay, now Where will you listen from?

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But what if you've made a mistake, then you will listen to your mistake again and again. There is an entire audio recording off the Arabic so he Bihari.

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Okay, and it is available online I actually have a whole playlist on my computer, downloaded it from somewhere on the internet. So inshallah the link can be posted somewhere in my over there I believe it should be there from before but if it's not that inshallah we put it so you can listen to it and Mashallah that person he reads very slowly, very properly. So it's good to listen. So you know how sometimes you're doing you're working in your house and you're like, I want to listen to something, just play the and these names will become familiar in Sharma especially, you know, the Robbie's the narratives, the more you listen to them, the more easily you pronounce them.

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Okay, shall we begin our next lesson?

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Leonardo sudi Hill Kareem Albert Thoreau the billionaire him in a shale biology industry and a man over here from Australia saw that he was certainly angry that a melissani Coco de probenecid nerima Bab la familia de una EDA cup bottle what either Raka what are the chapter club really a daily raising both the hands when either kabara when he does that be who the person who's praying okay the masala when he does the key meaning the total Iran the first duck beat in order to begin the Salah. So at that time raising both hands Firstly, secondly what either aka and when he goes down into the core at that time also raising the hands and thirdly what he does and when he gets up when he gets

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up from where from the ruku Okay, not such that but we could so we see that hands should be raised not with every single technique but with certain tequila and which ones are there first of all at the beginning of the prayer and secondly before and after the record and thirdly also when on getting up from the first shot okay what's the evidence of this had the center Mohammed of pneumococcal in you know this thing really interests me all these different features that a mumble hottie is narrating Heidi's from so if you could make a list of the different teachers and mumble hottie also. Okay, so over here was teacher Mohammed. Makati earlier we learned about Abdullah hypno

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Muslim before him a Boolean before him put Eva before him again a Boolean. Okay. So this make a list of the names of the teachers of number quality had done a Mohammed Abu McCartan in color boronia Abdullah color of Barona Yunus and is Ricky Bhavani. Salim would know Abdullah Abdullah HIV Nero Mora, who is Abdullah bin Erma the son of or model.

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There'll be a lot more on Homer. May Allah be pleased with both of them, both of whom are Omar and his son, Abdullah because both were companions. Allah He said who said

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Abdul Abdullahi, Norma because see and Abdullah have neuroma probably a lot more on what color he said meaning of the lagoon or almost said at Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. As to

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what does he mean? I saw he saying I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam either karma is sadati when he stood in the prayer meeting when he began the prayer when he began the PM. What did he do? Rafa is he he raised his hands, meaning both his hands had that until you Hakuna both were meaning both the hands were were had work parallel to monkey Bay, he his shoulders. So when he began the prayer, he saw him raising his hands up to his shoulders. What can I if I do Delica and he would do that, do what raises hands up to the shoulders haina you cut below at the time when he would do technique you can below he will do takbeer lead record for record, doing

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takbeer for record what does that mean? Doing takbeer in order to go down into record so he would also do that when going to record wherever I lose alika and he would do that what earlier days

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Hands either. So who, when he would raise his head may not record from the record meaning when he would get up from record? We all know and he would say at that time, not Allahu Akbar, but he would say, semi Allahu demon hamidah. Allah has heard the one who has praised him. Well I have argued Attica and he would not do that do what refer earlier day raising the hands fist to God in the subdued meaning one going down into subdued and I'm getting up from so God will not resist and at that time, even though he would say that the creed he would not resist hence, now I'm going to read the entire Hadees Okay, so follow along, had the sort of Mohammed who cottolin Allah Akbar on

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Abdullah abona Yunus and his region Bharani said he would know Abdullah and are delighted Nero model will be a lot more on human thought or eight Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in a column of his celerity Roth IRA he had a akuna head woman club he What can I afford with Erica? Tina, you can build liberal Cory whenever I do that, he can either refer to whom in a recurring way a poodle semi Allah who the man hamidah Well, I have our Delica fiscal duty.

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Next Hades had deserta is helpful was your play you

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another teacher called I had that on a holiday, Abdullah and holiday and Taylor better. And Navajo America and Hawaii. So someone saw Melek been who ative and who is married in Hawaii with a companion of the Prophet sallallahu radiocentre. So this companion was seen either son left when he would pray.

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Kabbalah he would say that that could be one of it, and he would also raise his hands, what either or other and when he intended in your car, that he should do recall proper ID he would raise his hands, what either of our several and when he would raise his head Minar recovery from the record meaning when he would lift up his head in order to get up from the core

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of area d again he would raise his hands.

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And he narrated. He said Who are the Levin who waited, he said another sort of lies on the logo and he will sell them. Sana Hakka he said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sanera he did hackaday like this, meaning this companion saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam praying like this, and this is why he prayed in this manner. And the people saw him praying in this manner. Now what do we learn from both of these ahaadeeth what is the number Have you proven that the hands must be raised reading refer earlier they must be done during the prayer with the duck beat at the certain times. Even had you Rahim Allah He said that, remember how he has reported

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at least 17 companions 17 companions of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam saying or doing the earlier day to 17 companions have been reported by mum Buhari to have done both earlier date in Sunnah. And amongst those 17 companions, or there are also those 10 companions which were given the good news of the night by who by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and other scholars have said that the companions who have narrated directly or indirectly, the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to do of earlier day, their number comes up to at least 50. So around 50 companions have been reported to do an earlier date. And obviously, the companion would only do what he saw the messenger

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sallallahu wasallam do. So the actions of the companions are and evidence for us. And secondly, the companions also reported that the messenger sallallahu alayhi, wasallam. did that. So it 50 companions have been reported to have done this, they have narrated this, then is this not a clear evidence for us? Do we have any room for dispute over here for saying that, oh, we should not do this? No. So we see that majority of the scholars, they are of the view that the preferred name must be done. And there's some scholars who say that it should not be done in amongst them is among Abu hanifa. But remember that the proofs that are used to show that refer earlier, they must not be

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done. They are either inauthentic or those proofs are irrelevant, or the method of deduction is incorrect. And on the other hand, the evidences that show that refer earlier, they should be done. There are many, they are more authentic, and they're very clear. So for example, both of these are these are the authentic, of course, are they very clear? Is there any doubt? Is there any confusion in these ahaadeeth? No, it's very obvious that

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refer you then was the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam. And on the other hand the evidences that are used as I mentioned to you, either they're inauthentic or they are irrelevant. So for example, one proof that is used to show the referee again must not be done is that there is a hadith in Sahih Muslim in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he once came to certain companions. And he said, how is it that I see you lifting your hands? Like the tails of horses? meaning in your soul? Why is it that you lift up your hands again and again, just like a horse, what does it do?

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lifts up its tail, right? So, and he said, Be calm in the prayer.

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Now, this evidence is used by certain scholars to show that referred you then should not be done. But the thing is that, remember earlier, we learned that when Hadees it tells you about one aspect of the incident, right, but when you look at other Hadith which narrate the same incident, then you get a broader picture. So when you look at other studies that report the same incident, what do we learn that the people were raising their hands again, and again, during the childhood? They were sitting in the shower, and they were lifting up their hands? Why, you know, like a person who's sitting in is itchy, and then he wants to fix, you know, do something on his ear. So just like a

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horse, what does it do after every few moments, you know, a fly is bothering it, so it will keep lifting up its tail. So the people were doing something like this when they were sitting in the shadows as we learned from other hobbies. You remember how you said the one who depends upon the hadith of Jabari, and somebody meaning this hadith for forbidding the raising of hands at record, then there is not for him a portion of knowledge.

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The person who's saying this, then it shows that he doesn't have any knowledge, because this is well known having no difference of opinion over it, that this was in the state of the shock with other reports of the incident. What do they show that this was done during the shutdown? So this is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told them not to do that. And when Buhari said that whoever claims that roughly a Dane is an innovation, meaning the Prophet Coronavirus, and did not do it. And the people after him invented this practice, then he's accusing the companions, for none of them have been proven to leave it. All of the companions did have only a day. It hasn't been homemade, even

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Hillel, they said the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam all used to raise their hands without exception. So some people have argued that initially, you know, the profit sort of honest and he told the people to raise their hands. And later on, this instruction was abrogated. It was meant to it was abrogated. And they said that there was a reason behind why the profits or losses and told the people to raise their hands and that was it some hypocrites when they would come to pray, they would hide their idols under their arms. Okay, so they would come to pray, and the idols would be hidden under their arms. So they were told when you're praying, and as you do

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talk to me, then you have to raise your hands. So then they when they would raise their hands, their idols would fall.

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Okay. Now, first of all, the question is, what's the evidence of this? There is no Hadees that tells us that this happened. If you trace these reports down back, there is no Islam. There is no, they're not authentic. Secondly, even if you logically analyze this,

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when the person would first say the computer to any idle, hidden down there would fall, okay. So there would be no need to say that do not read again, when going down into the core, and do the query again, when coming back up from ruku. Okay, and if it was necessary, to make sure that the idols would fall, then this would continue up to the sector. Why is it that the fear of such that is left and then the second rocker again, you know, for ruku, the tweet is done. Okay, hands are raised, and then again, for such that they're left, and when getting up from the second law, the shadow then again, hands to be raised. I mean it logically also It doesn't make sense. And you see,

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it was not the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to deal with the people in this manner. Okay, in the Quran, what was instructed that the hypocrites How should you deal with them out of it, but in the homebridge, turn away from them, ignore them, whatever they do. So the prophets have a lot of time, it was not his way to confront the hypocrites such that, you know, their sins or whatever they were doing would be exposed. All right, and there is no proof, no proof of this, that this actually happened. So we think that when you compare both opinions refer you then should be done or it should not be done. Which proofs are more solid,

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that it should be done. I mean, if you just take these two ahaadeeth I think that's sufficient.

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Isn't it? Even one had even sufficient you don't need to take 50 ahaadeeth. One is sufficient It is enough as as a proof for those who wish to follow Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam bad enough.

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The ama or feria Daisy either aina Isla du aina where meaning up to where up to what height? Yo furuya de he he should raise his hands meaning when the muslin Lee when the person who's praying Salah when you raise up his hands with the be up to what level to what height should he raise his hands have you ever wondered about that? Because some people there that meter so you know below their shoulders that you don't even know that the creed has been done or not others they insist on

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touching their ears.

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So what's the right way? How did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam do it? Because for us the standard is what? The Simner right that is what we are interested in. That is what we want to do. How did he do the feed? Now, remember what he has asked a question Illa al familia de okay. And the answer is not given. Why? Because the answer is quite broad, as we will learn what color abou who made him feel as happy about who made said to his companions, even to his students, or the people who were with him. But I'll find the BU sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he raised had the woman keep he he raised his hands up to the level of his shoulders.

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Did we read this earlier? Also?

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Yes. Now I remember how you mentioned the Hadith.

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Okay, now you see this this statement? We'll call it a boy who made in the US How big is this a hadith?

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No, it's a statement. Okay. Now in the Hebrew body, you will also find a man behind you using statements from the Quran. Statements of the companions and statements of the scholars in addition to the Hadees all of them he uses them as evidence. Okay.

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Have definite a Boolean any color bar on a shoe or even on his

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color bar on a Saturday morning not have dinner. And now Abdullah hidden euro Mara Roby Allahu unhuman. Allah He said, oh eight and Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said, I saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who is saying this. I've been loving it. So this is the Hadith, of the loving normal, he is narrating. He said I saw the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. If that had that bill of his solar, if that he opened, meaning he began, he began the Salah with what attacked me. Okay, the Salah in the prayer meeting, he began the prayer with de tocqueville. And when he did that for an hour, so he raised he had a he his hands haina you caboodle at the time when he said that that

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would be so as he pronounced that, that that be as he said, Allahu Akbar. At the same time, what did he do?

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He also raised his hands. Hector, yeah. Jalla Houma until he placed them both meaning he took them up to the height where has the woman keep a parallel to his shoulders? What he that kabara little recovery. And when he said that before the Roku, salami flu, he did similar to that he did like that. Meaning he did the same thing again, he raised his hands up to his shoulders. were either policy or law women Hamida and when he said some your lovely man hamidah fire let me slow. He did the same, meaning he raised his hands to the shoulders. We'll call it and he said that up by now when I whenever I do that he kahina used to do and he did not do that when he went into such that

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when our handheld for several minutes to do nor did he do this when he raised his head from the surgeon.

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Okay.

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Would you like to read this?

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So this head is everybody. Greek together

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with me had definite aboolian any color of boron ash are able to re color boron SLE woodmark dilla. And now the lahave near O'Meara, probably a lot more on Houma, la la la la to La Via sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, if that had that fear of his celerity for feria de Hina. You could build had Daya Jalla Houma had the woman Kiva, he was either kabara liberal koori for lm ifla who were either foreigner semi Allahu leemon hamidah ferula mitzner who will call for a ban on well I can hand what if I loo danika pain is due to weather he nailed for several minutes so dude

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so in this Hudis, what do we

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lead up to what level should a person raise his hands up to his shoulders penalty shoulders? Now, if you're like very, if a person wants to be very, very mechanical or very, you know, extremely detailed, then the question is, where exactly? Again, right? Meaning should that hands parallel to the shoulder. So your palms should be parallel to the shoulders or your fingers should be balanced, the shoulders or the bottom of your hand should be balanced with, you know, end of your shoulders. How is it supposed to be? Now? What have we been told? In the Quran?

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Don't ask too many questions. It's good to know, certain details. But when we have been told, fell off the shoulders, that is sufficient. You don't need to know the exact height, you know, by by millimeters by centimeters. Because the more questions you ask, the more difficulty you create for yourself. Right? And then those questions, I mean, the details that they will bring, they're irrelevant, it's sufficient for us to know that the companions describe the raising of the hands as failed the shoulders. Okay. And we see that the fact that mankind is living as a question shows that the answer is broad, barreled shoulders, because from other hobbies, we also learn that the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam raised his hands up to the ears. Now, it depends on how the person is describing maybe what he meant was that his fingers were up to his ears.

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Okay, or he meant that his bomb was up to his ears, a low RPM, because you see, when you lift up your hands up to your shoulders, it's natural. Right? Part of it will be close to your ear, part of it will be closer to your shoulder. And it really depends on what the viewer is looking at as, right what he's thinking the same thing. The same thing could be described by one person in a in a particular way and by another individual in a different way. Right. So in another Hadees, we learn a companion, he described that the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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he stood and set that bead, and he raised his hands until they were level with his ears. Now, which part of the hand was level with the ears?

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It's as simple. Raise your hands up to your shoulders. Okay. But we see that there's nowhere that it is mentioned that the hands must touch the ears. There's no delete for this, the hands must touch the ears. Okay, and either for the men nor for the women. The same ruling is for the men and the same routine is for the women hands should be raised up to the shoulders, obviously, somewhere between the ears and the shoulders. But not that it should they should touch the shoulders or they should touch the ears not natural. So do this right now.

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Very natural, a little bit higher. Okay? Because if you do it here, this is too low. If you do it like this, this is better because it's closer to the ears and closer to the shoulders a little bit higher. Good. You're fine, you're fine. A little bit higher. A little bit. That's fine. A little bit higher. A little bit higher. Good.

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A little bit higher. Because you see, in one report ears have mentioned another report shoulders have mentioned so make sure that it's somewhere between your ears on your shoulders. Okay. 100 Bab lophelia Dany either karma miniloc it me?

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Love chapter refer earlier daini raising the hands, either comma minute look at when he stands From where? From the toolbar? What does it mean? After the second rocker? Okay, from the such that when you get up, what do you do you sit in the shuffle.

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And then you stand up to perform your third record. So when Buhari is saying that a person must also raise his hands, when he gets up from the second record, meaning when he begins the third record, he should also raise his hands when he says that. Okay, now notice over here, eval comma when he gets up.

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So what does it mean? You're sitting in the shadow Do you finished with the shadow? And when you get up, so when you're standing, then you raise your hands? Not that as you're sitting, you raise your hands and then you get up.

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Okay, or as you're getting up, your hands are here and you lose balance and you fall. Okay? No. You get up comfortably in a very natural way in when you're standing. You raise your hands. Okay. And then you fold them. What's the evidence of this? Head dishonor? Yes.

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New new color had the center of the

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color had the center Obaidullah I never heard of neuro model.

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Again, Who's heard of Abdullah bin or Mr.

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Khanna either the whole of his sadati that when he would enter the prayer, and through the

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What does it mean? Enter the state of prayer meaning when he would begin the prayer kabara waterfire.

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So, over here, net fair is basically reporting the way of even remodel de la hornell.

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Okay, because it is unnecessary. And I've never What are you saying that even aroma, this is how he used to pray.

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So, the way of the companion is being described here, because remember that the companions, whatever they did, they did it because they saw the profits of a lot of them doing it or they

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they are we're following his instructions. So the practice of the companions is an evidence for us. Okay. So it was one when you would enter the prayer when he would begin it Kabbalah he would say that the word of God he and he would raise his hands, what either aka and when he would go down into the core of it, he he would raise his hand with either policy or law halimun hamidah when he would say somewhere lovely when having a meeting when you would get it from local or foreign aid. He would raise his hands what either problem in America and when he would get up from the two rocker meaning from the second record, what offer is he? He would raise his hands? What if our delicate numato

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Ilana big law he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now what does it mean by law power over here?

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He raised this to the province on alone when you send them no love are over here to the meaning of that he referred this action Okay, he raised a meeting he linked it due to the Prophet sallallahu anusandhan. Meaning master is saying that normally used to do this. And he mentioned that this was the way of the prophets Allah long range.

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He didn't make this up himself, rather he got this practice from who from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So even though in this Hadees

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a statement of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not mentioned, or the action of the profit sort of long term is not mentioned, but it is stated that this action was performed on the basis of who of the sooner

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Okay, so even this is an evidence

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Mohamed new Salamanca, I'm a YouTuber on net Baron and in euro model, I need to be Salalah already oh seven, nobody mentions another chain over here. And that this was also narrated by Ahmed from a from Napa from even remote from the Prophet sallallahu radiocentre. Well, even though both men and a you were Moosa in Europe butter maka salon and he says that these people also narrative this briefly mean the same thing. I mentioned it briefly what the prophet sallallahu Sallam used to raise his hands with at these points in Salah.

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Clear. Okay, so in summary, what do we learn how to be raised at these points during the prayer? Now everybody read this hadith had doesn't

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follow the Sunnah Abdul Allah potterhead dishonor, obey the law, unnecessary and narrow model can either the heart of his slatey kabara wa Faria de he was either aka IRA Roth IRA he was either called a semi or a lovely man hamidah Roth IRA they were either Palmer may not work artanis Roth IRA Daisy, what are their liquid neuroma? IRA? Ilana Vila he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah Mohammed Abu Salah Mata I'm a YouTuber, I know Ferran and even euro Mara and in Libya sallallahu alayhi wa sallam What? Nana and a Yuba wamu suddenly rock butter mocha Sora and you see over here, one Hadith remember I mentioned three chains

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three chains okay. And this happened many times in Sanibel, Honey, why doesn't know how to do this one report for three different chains or one chain you know, how do you feel mentioned with the chain and you will say the same has been reported by so and so and so

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why? Yes, more proof to make it stronger. Okay. And this shows that one Buhari trying his best to keep the book brief as possible. Because if he went on mentioning every chain with every Hadith and there will be many.

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Okay, and this is from where the difference in the numbering of the Hadith in Sahih Bukhari came from also. So places like this, some people consider this to be one day

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Others considered to be three narrations or two narrations. So this is why there's a difference in the number. Is there any word that you have found difficult to understand? Any word so far?

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Any questions so far? Am I going too fast?

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or too slow?

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Please let me know. Okay, how are you taking your notes? What are you writing?

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In the book, that's fine. You can write in the book you can write on a separate notebook, whatever you feel easy, but with regards to the explanation of the ahaadeeth, sometimes you will need more space. Okay, so what do you do for that?

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You write in a separate book, okay, good.

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Are you writing the meanings

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of the words?

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Good, this is what I was going to advise you to don't go on writing the meaning of every single word now, Mashallah your vocabulary has increased. So, those few words that are different, that you are not familiar with, or a different form of a word, write the meaning down over there. Because inshallah, eventually when you will have a test,

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then you will be asked to write the meanings.

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Okay, to because I have to make sure that you actually understood the text of the Hadees. So for that, it would be good if you wrote the meanings of whatever words you are unfamiliar with. And if you write them down, now, it will be much easier for you, as opposed to looking through later, you know, from a dictionary, and that's also good, but save your time in shop. Okay, and if there's any word that you don't understand why I translated it in a particular way, please ask. Okay.

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So if you are not familiar with the Arabic text at all, then follow along with a running translation. Okay, follow along with what with the running translation, so you have the book, right? And the reading translation is there so

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follow along with that.

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But I can't expect you to start memorizing the word to word okay. Just make sure that as I'm explaining, you look at the Arabic so that you become familiar with the words and inshallah you will notice that certain words are repeated so often that you will become familiar with them. So for example, the word Rafah

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Do you know the meaning of Ravana and handleable right? And if please, any anywhere you get stuck, you don't understand please just raise your hand and ask we have plenty of time in this class. And then we I don't want to rush you I want to make sure that you understand everything

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Bob Walker you know you saw what

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what does what army to put to place What are y'all borrow to place? So what we're going to place and you man, what is human right? So placing the right Allah upon Allah you saw what is

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left. So placing the right hand on the left,

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when after the crease, it's well known that when a person does the key he says allow us to begin the prayer he raises his hands Where do his hands go? on his chest, and how should they be placed?

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left on right, right on top and left under how Okay good. So the left on the chest and the right hand on top of that, now how

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some people what they do is I've seen it myself that they will join the right hand and the left hand like this, the fingers some will just place the fingers of the right hand over the fingers of the left hand and kind of like

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you know do this others will place just a hand right hand over the left hand

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others will put the right hand the follow the right hand on the wrist of the left hand okay and this is how the world others will put right hand on the left elbow

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many people do this

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what do we learn from this world that we you know Island you swap placing the right over the left? How exactly right hand over the left out? Let's find out. Okay.

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Had the center of the law have no Muslim American and a B hasn't been unsettledness at all a cannon so you morona

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Sal evens out but it'll be Allahu anhu he said that cannon so the people were you madrona they would be ordered.

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Canon literally means it was he was but when it comes with very modality, it gives the meaning of

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habit. Okay, so canon so you're one of the people used to be ordered meaning this was the norm This is what the people were told to do.

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And the other word you do that a man should place your bar same same word whatever you want to place Yoda he places so people were told that the other modules that a man should place and yet their hand which hand alumina, the right one

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are now upon villari v.

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What is the law for arm?

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Okay, for on

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your arm is mainly between your elbow and your wrist. Okay? But there are this part.

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So it's not just the hand also a part of your arm. Our Lady Laura Hill you saw on his left forearm fist slatey in the solar This is what the people were told to do. Honorable has him I will hasn't said let our level I do not know in there except yen me Delica yen me, it goes back vaniqa that that meaning this practice this practice that is mentioned over here that the people were told to place their right hand over their left forearm. This went back to who? Either Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam meaning the people were ordered to do it's obvious who hasn't said who told them

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the prophets are alone for them because who were the people president at that time? The Companions and who were they ordered by the messengers of Allah?

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Allah is Marylou is Marina said Yun Metallica while I'm your own yummy he pronounced the word as Yuna meaning it is attributed and he did not say young me Okay. Now the word young me young man What is this in the language of Mojave Desert okay howdy scholars near them the word the enemy or young man module form of that it basically means it is linked it is referred back to meaning this comes from who? From the Prophet sallallahu.

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So, in this hadith what do we see?

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That the understanding of the companions was that the right hand be placed on the left hand left forearm? in Hades we learned the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that we prophets have been instructed to hasten our if dawn and delay ours who isn't our default meeting as soon as the fastest supposed to end? break the fast immediately. This is what all the prophets were told, and delay our suhu meaning habit as late as possible, until the last moments, okay, not after that, but up to the last moment, and that we placed our right hand over our left hand in the prayer. So all of the prophets were told that in the prayer, what were they required to do, please the right on the left,

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this was the Sunnah of every prophet including Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam in the studies as reported, so he or Gemma asleep.

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Now, what we learned from different IDs, when you put them all together, what we understand is that right hand should be placed on the left hand, wrist and forearm.

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might say how,

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how can you get your right hand on all three?

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On the left hand, wrist and arm, how that if you place the palm of your right hand on the wrist of your left, then what will happen, your fingers will be on the forearm and the back of your hand will be where

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on the left hand, so you understand. So this way, what happens? The hand is on the left, okay?

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Now, in some other studies, we also learned that the right hand may also clasp the left wrist, okay? Because over here, what do we learn whether whether is to just put,

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just put, but from other ahadees the word also we learn meaning to hold,

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to hold to clasp. And if you think about it, if you're just placing it like this,

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it's fine. But if you kind of clasp it, okay, then what happens?

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It's more firm and also meaning the whole is better. Okay, your hands are not just going to fall hold is better. And if you think about it, it's also more

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you know, it shows more humility.

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It shows more humility

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Okay, in a hedis, which is reported in a necessity, we learned that while living predictably low, I know you said I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he was standing in prayer, he clasped his right hand over his lap. So clasped his right hand over his lap.

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Now, what do we learn from this hadith and about that? Nobody has mentioned that. And the other Hadith I mentioned that this was the way of the prophets, that hands must be folded on the chest, during pm. Okay, you see in every position of Salah hands are supposed to be placed somewhere or the other. Okay. So for example, in ruku, where our hands on the knees in such there, where are they on the ground? So NPM, where do they have to be on the chest, not that they should be

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hanging on the sides. If they're left hanging on the sides, then this is clearly collaboration. This clearly contradicts this. All right. And the proof that some people use that Mr. Malik said

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or Mr. Malik did, then the fact is that Mr. Malik, it is said that

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the people who saw him hanging his hands, meaning leaving them on the side, during the prayer,

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it was because Mr. Malik, he was forced to, he was being forced by the governor of the time to give a certain fatwa.

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And our medic refused, because that was contradicting the Quran and Sunnah. But that Governor wanted to force him a medic, so he had him beaten.

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And when my medic was beaten so severely, he wasn't able to lift up his arms.

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He wasn't able to physically lift up his arms, and we know that when a person is incapable of doing something, then he is excused from them. So this is the reason why he didn't for a few days, he didn't lift up his hands, you know, and he didn't cross them over his chest. This was a reason. Otherwise, we see that in more in the book on one particular reports that showed the right hand must be placed on the left. So for us the evidence is not the statement of a scholar, or the action of a scholar. For us the evidence is what the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Okay.

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Now, one more question, Where should the hands be placed?

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Okay, you place right over the left, you know, the right arm over the left wrist. Okay, clear. You can hold you can place it you can clasp. But where? Which position? Should it be on the chest, like really high or medium or low? above the navel below the navel? Where should it be?

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Where should it be? Now there's three positions amongst the scholars, meaning there are three opinions. And we look at every single one of them.

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Would you like to know? Why?

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So that we can correct ourselves, okay, and so that we know why we are doing what we're doing. Because it's very important to know the evidence of what we're doing so that we are not ever shaky. Because, you know, sometimes we're doing something that like, I don't even know if it's right or not, no, forget it. Who cares? I'm just doing it. Maybe it's okay. Maybe it's not okay. Everyone's okay. Nobody's okay. Be confident. And what what is it that will bring you confidence? knowledge? Okay, so there's three opinions. Firstly,

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some scholars have said the hands should be placed right over the left on the chest.

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Okay, where's your chest? Obviously, everyone knows what the chest is right? Now. It doesn't have to be right below the neck. So the person's almost choking himself. Whatever position is most comfortable for a person?

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Okay, for one person, it could be high for another person, it could be slightly lower. You know, as long as it's the chest, whatever is convenient. We haven't been told 40 degree angle 60 degree angle? No, it's been left to us, chest. Okay, whatever is convenient. What's the evidence of this? In April Kazuma. For the moment remember Who was he?

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One of the students of number one. I mentioned to four students in one party by name. One of them was ultimately he reported he narrated that wild when Obi Allahu anhu companion approach would have also been modified and he said that I prayed with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he placed his right hand over his left hand on his chest

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to the words on his chest there mentioned and this hadith is classed as a Hey by Giovanni. So it is considered authentic. And from this, what do we see what was it we have the prophets of Allah send them on the chest.

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Some scholars said above

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naval meaning waste. So, think about it. If it's on your waist or on your stomach, do you call that chest? Would you call that chest? No, just as we're anywhere from here to here. Okay, when you go too low, then that is your stomach. That's your waist.

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So another opinion is above the navel. And this was stated by Mr. bathmat, but there's no evidence for this.

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Okay, there's no delete for this. Thirdly,

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another opinion is below the navel. And in particular, they said that the men should

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place their hands below the navel and the women should place your hands on the chest. Okay. Now, what's the evidence of this below the navel, there is a narration of it a little on who it says it is soon enough to place the right hand over the left beneath the navel when praying.

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And this is reported by Abu Dawood. However, this hadith has been classed as weak by unknowing.

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Remember, never weak. Okay. Even harder, and many other scholars. So many of the scholars who had this on the outset this hadith is weak. So out of the three opinions, which one should we follow?

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First one, why?

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Okay, why? Because there's Heidi's simple. There's proof. And for the other opinions,

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there are statements of scholars. And we have great love and respect for those scholars. But is there any evidence, any proof

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when compared to the proof of the first opinion?

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Okay, meaning there's no solid proof, there might be a Hadees that are used, but they're not.

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They're not necessarily authentic. Okay. And again, remember that there's no difference between the men and the women in this regard, because the prophets, a lot of them said, so look at when you're suddenly. And this was Same for men and women, the differences are basically in the hijab in the clothing. And in jamara, obviously, the men at the front and the women at the back. Other than that, there is no difference. The method of the prayer is the same. And if we say that there should be a difference, then we have to see what the proof of that is. Is there any proof from the center? No, there's no proof of this in the from the statements of the companions? No, there is no proof from

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the statements of the scholars. Yes, they said

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they did say, but with all due respect for us, the way of the prophets are allowed to certain is preferable.

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Now, one question. From this, we learned that the hands should be placed on the chest. Is there any

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wisdom?

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Is there any benefit? Why have we been told to place our hands on the chest during the prayer?

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Okay, you were placing it on your heart, the heart of the way the Nia is, so you're in like holding yourself together? Actually, scholars did say that, okay, because when a person wants to preserve something, he puts his hand on it. So your heart is, you know, should be fully involved in the prayer. So you have your hand on it, okay. Go ahead.

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Very true, but if the hands are not suppose are not placed somewhere, then they will be busy doing something else.

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Right? Because our hands are obviously, always moving, always doing something. And if there is no place for the hands in prayer, then they would be all over the place. Like, you know, children. What are they told you that they can focus on something?

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Like, for example, when they're writing, and then they put their pencil down overnight in one word, and then they're just looking here and they're touching other people's things. So what are they told hold your pencil and don't put it down?

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Sometimes it happens to children as you're eating, they forget that they're eating. They start socializing, they start playing. So what are they told, hold your spoon and don't put it down. Your hand should be where it should be holding the spoon. You're not allowed to put your spoon down. Just focus on holding your spoon. And you know that if the child is holding their spoon, then what are they going to do? They're going to eat and the woman that put it down hold us they'll forget. So when we are told to place our hands on the chest, this helps in closure that helps in concentrating in prayer. Any other reason?

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Yes, it shows more humility.

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It shows more humility.

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Have you ever seen an Imam? leading people in prayer? I'm sure you've seen many videos.

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The hands are placed here and the RAM is looking down. What does that show?

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So much humility. In especially the month of Ramadan when the throw is going on. People are doing

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collaborate. I remember once, throw he was going on and I was doing pull off I passed by, and I saw the email. And it was so amazing to see hands are here.

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You know. So, such a humble posture. so humble. It really helps you focus in the prayer. And think about it if your hands are placed on your

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waist, and especially hand on the elbow.

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Is it humble? It's like, Okay, I'm standing.

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I'm standing, it almost shows like I'm bored.

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But if you're standing like this, that helps you bend your head slightly also, which will help you look down at the place of surgery.

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Likewise, if the hands are placed below the navel.

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I don't know. For me, I practiced all these three positions last night, because I was preparing for the class really to experience which one is better. And honestly, what I felt was that when when the hands are placed, you know, hand on the left elbow,

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on the chest, it really helps you have more for sure. And this is amazing. The next bap that I'm probably writers, I'm sure for some

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humility in prayer.

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What's the link?

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placing your hands on the chest right over the left will definitely help you be more humble in prayer. You will think that

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when we hold our elbow, okay, meaning right hand over the left elbow. I mean, this is a position in which you can stand before anybody. And we do that, you know, we fold our arms literally and stand for other people. And what does it show that I'm closed up? I'm not really interested in you or I'm concerned for myself, I'm holding something back.

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But hand on the left wrist placed on the chest. This is a position in which you stand only before Allah subhanaw taala. And it shows humility.

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But even placing the hand hands below the navel, this is also a form of, you know, showing respect to another human being maybe,

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okay, in a person standing in front of a cane or, you know, in a court or something, or listening attentively to someone and their hands are clasped together, but their arms are hanging in front of them, basically. But, again, before Allah subhanaw taala, it has to be absolute and ultimate form of humility. And that will be when the hands are on the chest

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sebab Allahu surey fists on humanity in the prayer, as important as it is for the method of the prayer to be correct. And in that we pay attention to raising the hands up to a certain level and placing them on the chest in a certain way. In this process,

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humility, the spirit of prayer, that must not be neglected. Because you see before remember how it gets into the details of prayer. And he reminds us who should be concerned about where to place your hands, how high you should lift them. But in this process, don't forget who sure don't think it's just a very mechanical method. Focus on that. Definitely It is important, be as close to the Sun navasota lasala as possible, but don't neglect the spirit of the prayer. Because think about it many times it happens that when we want to,

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you know perform the Sunnah most accurately. Our entire focus is on what positioning of the heads comparing ourselves with the person standing next to us analyzing their prayer.

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Thinking about who they are where they've studied from and why they perform in a certain way. You know what? Focus on who sure because we're standing before Allah soprano

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so Alka sure first Salah had definite is Marylou Kala had the sunny Malecon on a busy nadie Anil ology. And Avi Harada and the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam apol Health arona capability una hora de la Rn who said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said health arona do you see? Meaning Do you think that people it might Qibla and over here Qibla meaning what I am facing? How hoonah is here? How hoonah right here, meaning you see me facing forward. You think that I am

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looking this way, meaning when I am praying, you think that I am just facing my Qibla and I have no idea as to what's going on behind me. Will law he By Allah, man, not yet it is hidden. I lay on me, Roku, Roku, your record when a horseshoe come, nor your who sure

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what in the law and indeed I see you well avati behind my back

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you understand the texture this Heidi? What is it Prophet sallallahu Sallam saying that you see me facing forward here. But do you think that I'm just looking here and I have no idea as to what's going on behind me by Allah. I know how you're doing your record. And I know how much for sure you have in your prayer because I can see behind myself. At the center Mohammed of Nova shell. Kala had deaf in a window. Caller had done a Sherpa to call a Samaritan and enter Sydney Malik in an interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam McCall and even Radek is narrating over here now, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said a p mu A key mu establish meaning properly perform what a record the record

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was to do the end the surgery during the prayer you must properly perform the record and the scheduled meaning completely for a lie for by Allah in Nila Arauco member the indeed ICU after me after me meaning when you're standing behind me, I see you. Well, Obama and perhaps Bala, he said being the narrator and has been medic, he said that perhaps the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said mimbar, the lady after my back meaning behind my back, either a cartoon, when you do record was added to any do search there. Now what do we see here in both of these are Hadees you see that when some people were not physically performing the Select property correctly, in the sense that they

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were not performing the record properly? They were not performing their salute properly. Then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam reprimanded them. And he said that you think I'm just facing this way and I have no idea as to what you're doing behind me. I see you.

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The question is, how did the prophets of autism see behind him?

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He knew the unseen.

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In the Quran, there evidences that show the prophets of loss and did not know the answer. So how did you know what the people were doing lined in?

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A lot of panel data informed him how he knows better,

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because they was only known to Allah. Right? And he can give whatever knowledge to whatever servant that he wills.

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If Allah subhanaw taala sent way to the sort of loss that Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he made him see things that others did not see.

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All right, there were many occasions when the prophets of autism saw something, and others did not see gibreel would come to the profit sort of artists and people would not see gibreel you would see Judy jabril come and recite the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would hear him but other people would not

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write. And this is something that should not be very difficult for us to understand. Because think about it when a person he's dying, and the Angel of Death appears in order to take his soul. And the angel of death does not come alone. He comes with a group of angels. Who sees all those angels, only the nine person

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others don't see.

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Right? So Allah subhanaw taala can show whatever to any servant of his right. And if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is saying that I see you behind me, we accept his words, but we don't exaggerate this and generalize this, that the prophets are allowed is and could see everything and he knew everything. No, there has to be proof for that. And if you think about it, if a person is facing a particular way, and he has a rear view mirror that he can see behind him, right, very clearly. So how exactly this happened, a man was better.

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Okay. But if you think about it, generally, amongst a group of people, okay? Even if there's one person who's moving excessively behind you, okay? You can sense that you can feel it. You can feel that disturbance.

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Right? Something's going on behind you many times, something unusual, you sense it. So if you as a normal, you know, as an ordinary human being, can send something behind yourself. And the prophets are a lot of them could see behind himself, Allah subhanaw taala showed him

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Why, what's the wisdom behind that? Why did Allah soprano Dada give this, you know, ability. The prophet SAW the line seven because he was supposed to lead and teach the people. If he was not informed to the state of the people, then how would he teach them

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How would he correct them? How would he guide them? Right? Now, remember what he derives from both of these ladies, the importance of for sure in Salah because the prophets of Salaam, reprimanded the people. He reprimanded them. He said, You think I only look this way I see I see you. So you, I know how you perform your Roku, I know how you're sure is properly perform your Roku properly perform your sudo Now if you notice over here the prophets are a lot of fun is telling them a chemo a chemo rakura was to do. He's telling them to properly perform the actions of the prayer

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properly perform the actions of the prayer, why? Because he sure is in the heart. But how is it demonstrated

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through the actions. So if the if the heart does not have for sure, then the actions will not be performed properly.

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Alright, so this kind of tells us the importance of performing the prayer correctly also.

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Why perform it correctly, because that shows that you have for sure

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that is a result of who sure.

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But in this process, a person must not forget the tissue of the heart and only focus on the physical actions of the prayer. Okay. And if the heart is submissive, then for sure the physical performance of Salah will also be correct, because remember the statement where a man was moving a lot in his prayer and touching his beard. And what was said that if the horseshoe was in the heart, then his limbs would also be submissive, it would show on his limbs also. Now, for sure in the prayer is something that is expected of us

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is something that we must pay attention to. You see there are certain etiquette of carrying yourself before others. When a person goes for an interview somewhere they're not going to sit in that interview as they sit in their living room. Why? Because if they did that, for not going to make it right. Likewise, in the Quran, we have been told to stand in a particular way before our parents while filled lahoma dinner had been limited.

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Right show mercy, Wofford lahoma lower the wing of mercy. Right. And also if you think about it, any person that you go in front of if they are a big person, someone who has a lot of honor, a high position, then naturally you carry yourself more correctly, more respectfully. So standing before Allah subhanaw taala, what does that demand from us? What does that necessitate that we show humility and respect.

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And that is through horseshoe. Now, who sure is you can say the essence of prayer. What is for sure, who sure is from Russia and Russia means to be pressed down to be low to be pressed down. And who sure is basically you can understand this, as Hello will call for Salah, the presence of the heart.

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In the prayer meeting when the heart is present during the prayer. It's not absent. It's not absent. It's involved in the prayer. Not that a person is standing

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in prayer, but his heart is elsewhere. How can the heartbeat elsewhere?

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If a person is thinking about other things, does it ever happen to us? It was physically present somewhere but our mind our heart is somewhere else. Many times. Sometimes you're sitting at the dinner table we're apparently listening to someone saying uh huh. Uh huh. And they're quiet for a moment. What happened? What did you say? Because we were absent. Who sure is the presence of the heart in the prayer that a person knows he's conscious about what he's saying? What he's reciting how many times he has recited. Okay, which record is it?

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he's aware, why because the heart is awake, the heart is involved. So it is her little colored fistula but it's not just the presence of the heart. In the prayer It is also ma sukoon autograph with the calmness of the body.

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What does that mean?

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calmness, stillness of the body. What does that mean?

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That the movements are the movements are only those which are required during the prayer, no extra excessive movements. Right? And they're also correct. So for example, if a person has their hands placed properly on their chests or right

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over the left wrist on the chest.

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What does that show? Who? Sure.

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But if the hands are, you know, moving constantly.

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So for example, one moment they are scratching the elbow another moment there's, you know, scratching the neck another moment they are somewhere else is that Sue could know, is that stillness of the body? No, it's not. And if the body is not still, then what does that mean? There's no question. Or that posture is very, very little. So remember both of these things, the heart has to be present, and the body has to become,

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the body has to be involved also. Okay, both of these together is for sure. And remember, that for sure of the heart is more important than the tissue of the body, for sure of the heart is more important than the tissue of the body.

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But it doesn't mean that the tissue of the body should be ignored, that a person keeps on scratching, and massaging himself. And he says to himself, oh, my heart is so involved in the prayer. Now the heart has evolved, the body should also be involved. And this was the way of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Now, some scholars even argued that kosher in prayer is actually legit. It's mandatory, meaning, prayer without kosher is not really prayer. Being a person is not going to get the maximum advantage of his prayer if he doesn't have to, but we see that as human beings we struggle, right and there is evidence of this, the prophets on a lot of them himself informed that

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when a person stands to pray, then what happens, Chetan comes to him and says, Remember this, remember this, remember that? In the Muslim Earth man even will as he said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Shelton into sorry, this man, Earth man been a bit lost, he said to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that shavon intervenes between me and my prayer, and my reciting of the Quran, and confuses me. So if the Sahaba experienced this, then

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other people, will they experience it? Of course they will. So what should we do then? Well, you know what, it's only natural, so too bad.

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And at the end of the prayer, Oh, I didn't have for sure. Nevermind, maybe next year? What does it show to us? What should we do? The companion asking the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was concerned about it? Should we be concerned? Yes. The thing is that we think that just because we have perfected the method of prayer, I will assure is also perfected.

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And it's automatically a part of our prayer. But the thing is that the method of prayer, yes, you don't really need to think much about it. But who assure you really have to focus every single time. It's not like you reach a certain level of kosher in prayer, and forever, you will remain like that No, one prayer, one block or a lot of push or a second occur, you don't know where you are.

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So it's a constant effort, because it's the involvement of the heart, right. And you know, that how much you have to focus on certain things. Especially when, when there's too many distractions out there. You know, like, when you're reading, sometimes, you're reading a book, and you reach the end of the page and like, what did I read?

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So then what do you do? Or I've read it already, nevermind, I'll just move on. No, you can't do that. Because what if the question comes from that page, you have to understand and if you don't understand what's on that page, how will understand what's on the next page?

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Right? So if you've, if you've missed out on what was said, completely, then what will you do?

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You will repeat it. And then for the next page, it will be more careful, more attentive and to help yourself you will do something like if there's something distracting you like some noise, or some people talking, what will you do? Go somewhere else or choose another time? Or to help yourself focus? Maybe you use a highlighter, or a pencil. Right? So in order to concentrate, because keep in mind, it has a lot of ability. It's constantly working, you can never shut it off. Even in your sleep, you're having dreams. Right? So you can't tell your mind in the Salah. The now I'm praying to only focus on the prayer. No, it's got the ability to think it's going to continue to think your

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test is that you have to channelize all your thoughts, to what to the prayer during follow up and that is your Crusher. So it's a constant struggle. It's a constant effort. It's a it's a conscious one, you can never be casual about it.

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You have to really think about it. You know, it's like when a person starts driving them at the beginning. It's a very conscious action.

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very conscious how they're thinking about Okay, step you know, my foot on the brake.

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My foot on the gas okay, right here go look here very conscious and other people there are texting.

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Now performing the Salah is not like learning to drive because if you take it as learning to drive then you will finish your salon you won't even realize like you know some people they're driving on a particular route every day, then what happens they get to work and they're like, how did I get here I don't even know

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because it's a it's it's a habit.

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Salah we perform five times a day, but we cannot make it like a habit in the sense that we don't consciously perform it. So, for that, you have to put in a lot of effort consciously, deliberately every time. So this companion he complained to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that is shale pond who is known as hinda.

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Meaning who is coming between you and your prayer, this is a plan. And when you feel this during the prayer, then seek refuge with Allah from it. Seek refuge with ALLAH against the shavon and spend three times to your left

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split as a dry spit. Okay, dry spit like

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on your left. So say I was relying upon your gym and spit three times on your left. So this companion he said that I did that and a lot to spell that for me meaning plan and hamdulillah my prayer was okay. So anytime that you struggle with for sure try this try this today would love

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okay.

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So, you know your mind keeps wandering away? Or the language language wherever you are in the prayer and

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Okay, spittle dry spit three times to the left during the summer during flutter Yes, because it is during setup, the chaplain comes right before sauna. Why does he care?

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In the sense that he's not going to make you think about so many things in this we learned that when a person stands up to pray, because when the outline is pronounced and what happens your phone runs away.

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And when the event ends and the follow begins shaitaan comes and he tells the person remember this, remember this, remember this? And yes, all the ideas they come to you in your Salah.

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Right? All the things that you have to do they come to you in your Salah.

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In another Hadees we learn

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the hadith of debater even both of them that he saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam begin the prayer. And the prophet SAW the lesson when he said Allahu Akbar. He said, Allahu Akbar Kabira Allahu Akbar Kabira Allahu Akbar could be Allah how many times three times 100 Allah HCA theater 100 la casa de la what hamdu lillahi Kabira how many times three times was Subhana Allah he booked click and what was the panel la he will click on what I see there was a panel it will collect and what else leader how many times, three times. And he said our order we let him in a shield Lani maniacally one of the ones

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that I seek refuge with ALLAH against the SharePoint against his nap, his blowing and his hands is blocking meaning from the request of shaman.

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I seek refuge with Allah. So this is how the prophets of Allah Sena began his prayer. What do we do generally Allahu Akbar. And we start with a stiff that immediately move on to the Fatiha and continue with the prayer. We did not even seek refuge with ALLAH against him upon so during fellatio upon will attack you.

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Because if you're for sure is destroyed, what meaning does your sada have? What effect will it have have in your life? How would it bring us closer to Allah soprano? How will we beg before Allah How will How will we cry before him seek forgiveness like honestly, we're not going to do that. So she Aton wants to know who should should be destroyed so that our Salah is meaningless.

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So in in order to preserve our for sure, seek Allah's help seek refuge with the logins, the shadeland

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Okay, now I have some homework for you.

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What is that homework

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bring five practical ways of having crucial in Salah I mentioned to you one and that is seeking refuge with ALLAH against such a law.

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And for that I told you the law and what is that? A law hookah COVID law 100 like if the law was a panel law he will quote and we'll see that each statement three times and

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we let him in a shield on whenever he when a fee.

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Okay, this is a report about widowed. Now you have to bring five ways, practical ways of having closure in Sala because this is

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matter that we struggled with five years ago, and we struggled with five days ago, and we will struggle with today also.

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It's a constant struggle. So we you might say, Yeah, I heard a lecture. Once upon a time. No, we need to review this inshallah, during the selection is really bothering you, and you say are with a VLAN you spit on your lap three times. Then you carry on from where you left off.

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Now that you have to begin your prayer all over again. No, you carry on from where you left off. So for example, you recite it's a little Fatiha and you realize that too many was less. You struggled with a fattier, how are you going to recite another song? Or you know certain thoughts dirty thoughts bad thoughts, evil thoughts are coming to your mind again and again. So you want to eliminate them. So you do this split on your left three times and then you recite your song. Okay, and then you're going to record you continue with the Sala

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bad may akula bar that that leaves. Now remember how you told us? What should be said after that we may or kulu what he should say bar that agreed after that the

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meaning after the community after the first agreed. So you began the solace that Allahu Akbar placed your hands on the chest and reminded yourself I better have Whoa, sure. Okay. Now what should you do? What should you say?

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Had the center have sub neuro moto? Kala had to send a Sherpa to nkhata unasyn. And then the BIA sallallahu alayhi wasallam whatever the Clean Water model, or the alohar in Houma, ins they'll do I know who's a younger companion. He said that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and Abu Bakr and

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so the profits or the loss and Amanda's companions amongst us companions do the best do he mentioned, all of them can only have 30 honus salata, they used to begin the prayer be with 111.

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Meaning what sort of a factor,

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they would begin the prayer with what, what sort of factor? Now it seems like they're saying that when they would say Allahu Akbar, immediately they would start reciting silicon Fatiha.

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But when we look at other Hadees, they mentioned that before sort of the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would say something else. So then this Hadees contradicts the rest No.

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What is meant by this is that they would not say out loud, meaning when they would lead people in prayer. Then after that, we're after seeing a lot of people out loud, they would not say anything out loud, except sort of that meaning there would be a pause

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and then they would recite al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Rahim so on and so forth.

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So in other words, any there are

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okay.

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The are we saying are the language language in the bus mela saying Bismillah all of that would be

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deadly or silly. Silly it will be silent. And then sort of Fatiha would be Jerry. It will be out loud so that the people behind them would hear.

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Okay. And this is clear from the next report. Had the center most of us married or had the center of the world of new Ziad in color had the center Romero to blue car car or had the center Abou rotta color had the center a guru who's reporting

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on who is reporting but Paula he said Canada Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to mean this was his habit that yes good. He would be silent. So good. So good Sudoku is to be silent.

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He will be silent bainitic beating between the duck B were Beynon Kira and between the mean the recitation is scattered in

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silence meaning he would observe silence between the bead and the recitation

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when when he will be leading the people in prayer. So he would say allow awkward

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silence and then he would recite Al Fatiha.

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A Buddha observed this color he said are Cebu I think Kala hoonah yatton. The narrator said that I think of a good era said hula, hula, yeah. Meaning very briefly, meaning a short pause a little while. Not like he was silent for five minutes.

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Or he will be silent for a very long time. No very, very short boss

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for all too, so I said, meaning configurable or no, he said that I said b a b will own me.

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Meaning me my father and my mother be sacrificed for you Yasuda law messenger of Allah is catoca your silence bainitic bt between the duck beat will kill it and the killer with regards to your silence between the comedian killer letter kulu What do you say?

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Because I couldn't hear him. They asked him What do you say? He was curious? Kala he said a kulu I say Allahumma buried baby. Well they know how I come about the vein and mush

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along when I came in I hope I can I unit Purcell will be able to meet at Venice along muxer Hotel a bill met your family will

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drop off is if that is what is known as. So the prophets have a lot of them used to say this draw how silently quietly, and then he would begin the recitation out loud. Anything that you observed in the manner of

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His love and His respect, that he didn't ask the question straight up? What did he do?

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He said b a b will mean I was listening to a recording the recording of a lecture, a class that was being conducted by chef entertainment. And in that one of the students he said, What is the dilemma of this?

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You know, you mentioned this what is it that either? What is the proof of this? chapter 13 said that, first of all, you seek forgiveness from Allah soprano band for asking a question in this manner. You don't ask a question from anybody? What is the proof of this?

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So he said, seek forgiveness from Allah, because you have been disrespectful in the manner of asking the question.

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And

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generally the way that you hear people asking questions, and all these recordings is while coleauxv cashier, you know, they give some kind of draw.

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And then they ask the question, then we see that this is not an innovation or like extreme kind of respect. No, this was the way of the companions that look at how they don't have to know on who he wanted to make sure it's a profitable loss and didn't, you know, get offended or didn't think,

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you know, it didn't misunderstand

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that everybody Trevor is objecting, or he did he's daring to ask, no, with utmost respect, he says bnb will owe me with regards to your silence between duck beat and gorilla. What is it that you say? He could have said, Why are you silent after the greed? I don't get it. Were you saying something? I didn't hear anything? No.

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So respectful. And this kind of respect is very important.

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That it also shows the curious curiosity of

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our know how eager he was to learn that he didn't say, Oh, it's okay. If he's silent. No, he's wondering the silence is you know, it's not like one you know, an exceptional situation this is a norm This is a habit and the prophets of Allah would not be silent for you know, no reason and he wanted to find out that if the profit sort of artisan was saying something and I cannot hear it, I better No, because I want to say to that, if there was a question in his mind some curiosity he satisfied it by asking

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right okay. So, from these two bodies, what do we learn that after that we what should a person say

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some door have is stiff. And over here we learn wonder, but in other words, we learn many different laws. And when there are so many different ones that have been reported, then what should we do?

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recite them right, not that in every fora you read all of them, rather you know, keep changing them. And when you will do that, it will help you have more push your insulin. Now with regards to this drop, in particular,

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a llama buried by me well they know her by a What does this mean? It means Allahumma O Allah buried distance, create distance Veritas from birth, what does Berg mean? distance so buried, create a distance remove far baney between me we're bainer habia. And between my sense create a distance here a lot between me and my sense. What kind of a distance gamma just as bad. You have created distance, Beynon, Musha Kolmogorov, between the East and the West, just as the east and the west are so far apart. Likewise, make me very, very far from my sense. Allah Allah neph peeny mina hapa na cleaning cleanse me

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Kenny from telopea

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which means to cleanse, so napanee cleanse me minahasa from sins command just as you call, it is cleansed, what is cleansed, a thorough will absorb the white cloth. Mina Dennis from dirt, dust as a white garment is cleansed from dirt. Likewise clean me from my sense

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Allahumma O Allah LCL wash haba my sense, he didn't wash my sins away from me, Bill Murray with the water with LD and the snow, wallet and the hail, wash my sins off, wash my sins away with water, snow and hail. And we see there are three doors over here.

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First of all, bird of distance that the other create distance between me and my sense. Secondly, secondly, often clear, that cleanse me of my sins. And thirdly, rustle wash me, wash my sins away.

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Now, these three are basically stages, stages of purification. First is MOBA distance, the Allah create distance between me and my sense distance between me and since meaning we are so far apart, that I don't even go near those sins, so that I don't even commit those sins. And if I do end up committing those sins, then remove them away from me create distance between me and my sin so that I am safe from the consequences of my sense.

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Like, you know, when you hate something, what do you want

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distance you want to be away from it, you don't move away from it. And this is distance of place and time.

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You know, when something is

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one day old, you know, it's an incident, it still leaves a bitter taste in your mouth or, you know, with the passage of time what happens, you hope that you, you forget it.

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Right? It's history, you want to get over it, you want to move on from it. So likewise, dissociate me from my sense,

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completely dissociate me from my sense, that there is no link between me and my sense, no link, I am not associated to those things and those things are not associated to me. I am not known by those things. I'm not defined by those things. Yes, I committed them but remove them from me.

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So buried mobile data

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and also remember the tins of consequences right? So distance between me and my sense of that I don't suffer the consequences.

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Secondly, then clear is asking for them to which is

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meaning plans me right, that when I do end up committing the sins then please yeah, Allah cleanse me. Meaning remove their traces from me. Forgive me in such a way that their traces are even removed away from me. Now notice how in the door It has been said knocking even I can I can. I'll be able to like a white cloth is cleansed from dirt. You all have white hair jobs.

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If there is even a small mark on a white hijab, is it evident?

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instantly you chose which is why sometimes you can only wear a white hijab one day, especially if you have children. Right? The next day you have to wear a fresh one. You have to wash it and wear clean one. Whereas if there is a dark colored hijab, or let's say your Avaya, then what happens a stain on it does it show immediately. No you can have many stains on it will won't show they won't show so on white even a little bit shows and sometimes it happens that you wash your white hairdryer at once but still it's not that clean. To then what do you do you treat the stains right? And they will only be removed when every trace of the stain has been removed. Which is why you bleach it

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right or you put a certain you know oxy clean or something like that you spray on it so that every trace of that dirt of that filth of that stain, it's removed from the roots

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and this is what we want that there's no trace of the sin left on us in our record

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that he Allah remove it. Just like a white cloth is clean.

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And you know sometimes you really have to treat white clothes that you have to, you know, spray on this under certain stains and then when you wash them you

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Put certain detergents and added cleaners. Why it's so that it's very, very clean.

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Other clothes I mean, if there's a stain, it'll get hidden in the color, but White will show everything. And then thirdly Rasul.

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Allah wash me a lot more silica, Diab and Matthew what they'll do well, but

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meaning? Absolutely, you know, completely clean me. Now notice how water is mentioned, wash me with water, snow and hail.

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Why three? Because it's white cloth.

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Right? Likewise, it's our soul. And whenever a sin is committed, it leaves deep, deep marks, deep stains. And for that one wash is not sufficient. One detergent is not sufficient. You have to use multiple, one attempt a second attempt a third attempt.

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You all do laundry, and I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.

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Right that certain clothes, sometimes they keep going in the laundry. You take them out of the dryer, and you're like, no, it's not clean. Still, you have to treat it more.

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Yeah, you wash every time you write your job. But every time you check, is there any new stain any new Mark? Right. So Bill Murray will tell you all borrowed. Now, one thing, wash with snow and hail, snow and hail, they're cold.

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And you would understand that if water is being mentioned with that, that water would be cold as well.

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Don't we think that generally, hot water cleans better. This is what many people think. But it's actually quite the contrary. When it comes to stains, called is better.

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Try it.

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I want you to try this as your homework. Okay, next time you're doing laundry, and there is a stain on something as you put the detergent, then use cold water.

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Okay, you know, if you have a white dab or something, and so there's some ink stain, or some ketchup stain or something, put it under running cold water and see how that color will run away. Literally, it will get washed off with the water.

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with hot, what happens is that it spreads

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with the cold, the molecule doesn't really break up okay? And it will just get washed off with the water. So cold wash is better. And also notice how three are mentioned. Right? Why? Because more washing

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Okay, everybody say this?

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So when you know the meaning of this, though, would it be easy to inshallah read this

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because the prophets have a lot of time used to read this right?

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Beautiful door, a very needed.

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Do you know this though, okay. And if you don't know it,

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make an attempt inshallah and try to memorize it,

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write it down somewhere for yourself so that you can review it more easily. And make a point to memorize this there are because it's a beautiful door.

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And you can also read this to one another in your groups, okay, to make sure that you're reading it correctly. And

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yes, there are many other daraz besides this one, inshallah, there will be

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this sheet available in our bookstore, there is stuff that the different doors for estimator that you can read, that are shorter than this longer than this. And as I mentioned to you earlier, combination is always better.

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Yes, you can do that. That, for example, if you want to say two or $3. So for instance, at the bar that I mentioned earlier, a law book could be wrong 100, like at the office panel, labor Clinton was leader and then didn't know that our word. Should you say that first? Or should you say this first? You could say that one first, simply because there's our worth. Okay, and that you're seeking refuge of law, against trade law, and then you make the law. Okay, you could also reverse the order. There's no harm in that. Okay. That is also one version, saying Allahu bukovina will handily like if you're also kind of valuable content, well, Selena once and that's it, that's also one version, but

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another version is saying each of these three statements three times, and then the third would after that, so you could do both. That is when you're struggling with tissue a lot. Then you could do the longer version and the days that are 100 that your mind is high, then you could use a shorter version. Okay, inshallah.

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Next Hardee's is long, so inshallah We will do this tomorrow in Sharla. Okay, your homework again, let's review first homework This is understood that you have to read out the Hadees and the above owl out loud, okay at home and inshallah you will review them in groups Did you review the previous IDs in the groups good.

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And in the groups you can also discuss the meanings or the lessons or something that you thought about afterwards or maybe a question that you may have and feel free to ask me. Okay, inshallah.

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Secondly, your homework is

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bring five points, practical points that should help you have for sure in your Salah. And thirdly,

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wash them stain from a white cloth. Now, I don't mean to say that dirty or white hijab today. Okay, but if it happens, then why should How? Cold water try cold water? Okay.

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In Sahih Bukhari, whenever we see a Hadees that begins with her death and so and so, then because a man Buhari is writing this, we understand that he took this hadith from that person, so that person would be who, his teacher, the person from whom he took the Hadees from, meaning the first one would be the teacher, because he heard her these from over 1000 scholars, right? And the one after that would be the teacher of his teacher. Okay, the one after that will be the teacher, teachers teacher, and then most probably the very, and then as a hobby.

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inshallah.

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inshallah, later on I will also ask you to, once you have a list of the names of these teachers make a list on the site. This is also your homework, for homework, a lot of homework, you know, this homework you can actually make as your classwork. If you have, let's say, the back of your notebook or one page of your notebook dedicated for this, just quickly flip that open and write the name down. So inshallah, eventually, I will also ask you to research these people, and inshallah, we'll teach you how to do that.

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Because we should know about these great people who were these people to us totally names. But remember what I told him Buhari to him. They weren't just names. He knew about them, who they were, where they were born, what they studied where they studied from. Okay, because these people are, they have done a great lesson on us. A great accent on us. If they didn't strive if they didn't learn if they didn't teach, how would we know? Beautiful reminder that reading the names of the narrator's gets difficult. That's, I believe, the most difficult part of the Hadees meaning reading it even when it comes to memorizing, that is quite difficult. But remember that these were great

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people who were honest, truthful, knowledgeable men who met the standards of mumble hudy right. And they have done a great air sign and so the least we can do is at least read their name, property inshallah. And you will find some of their names very, very beautiful.

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And you know, when people ask you all the time, so it was good to have a baby, what name so pay attention to these names when people randomly ask you, these were scholars and we should give names after righteous people amongst them first of all the prophets and then the companions and obviously, great aroma also. Okay, so panic alarm will be handed Misha to La Ilaha Illa and the stuff will go on until today, a Santa Monica hora de La Hoya cattle