Bukhari 116 The Characteristics of the Prayer Hadith 745 754

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Lesson 116 – Chapter 90-94 Hadith 745-754

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are y'all doing?

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Whatever was solidaridad Oh sweetie and Karim I'm about for Elder Law human a SharePoint rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim for bisaya solidity we're Sidley Andrey angry or upset and melissani Ali Baba.

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So let's begin our lesson. Before that, I would like to hear a Hadees from you. So who would like to read someone who did not read yesterday? You didn't read yesterday right? Go ahead. I was a bit late

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and AB de ma Edna Amara buddy Allahu anhu man on 18 v Salalah alayhi wa sallam if that I had to do this solidarity karratha II know you can't do Hatha Yoga Allahumma had one monkey they were either kept early recovery by me. Why the semi Allahu demon Hani de violencia who wirkkala bene when they can handle well if it was alika Hina Yes, Judo voila Hinako sahoo in a suit.

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Next Friday, this week about see until you read it out loud. You won't be able to read correctly. myself at home but that's fine. No problem. Bob Rafa, Dini is a common

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good for every single one of you, I want you to have a goal, and that is that you should be able to read fluently without stopping in the middle. Okay, inshallah, can that be your goal? Because when you set a goal for yourself, then you can work towards it. And then you can keep tracking yourself. Have I improved or have I not improved? Otherwise, you might say, yeah, I'm reading. But the reading has to improve in Java. Okay. So how these who will read it had nothing at all had the Santa Ana boy had the Santa Obaidullah Hey, I never I never know O'Meara do

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Okay, let's begin our lesson.

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So the last bout that we covered was Bab may akula, by the committee. What is it that the person should say in his prayer after the meeting? Should he immediately begin with a little fatty hell? Or does he have to say something before sort of that they have? And in that we learned the first Hadees which says that this habit, the narrative that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam what was his way that Africa where he would recite total Fatiha, but that is not to be misunderstood. What is meant is that he would recite to the Fatiha out loud. And the second hand is clarifies that there would be a pause between the duckweed and through the Fatiha and Abu huraira Buddha on who he asked

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as to what he used to say in that path. And he told him about a door that he would read which was which la Allahumma buried venue abena habia come about right Dublin and machico. And lovely. So this shows to us that after the debate, one must say there are stiff there and from the sooner we learn about many doors that can be read. A person may read one two or more. It's up to him. Then we have Bab and after the Bab is a Heidi's okay. And we see that just the vibe is there but there's no chapter heading that is given. And this is something that you will find in say Buhari that many times they will be a bad but no chapter heading is given. Okay, why? Why does

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he remember how to do that? Because this is basically a continuation of the previous verb. But the point that he's extracting the lesson that he is extracting over here slightly different from the previous verb, but he did not find a need to give it a separate, you know, chapter heading. It's like a side point. Okay, and what is that side point? What is that side lesson that he's teaching us? Let's learn the Hadith. And we will find out what that is. had done Abu Dhabi Maria Maria

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Bhavana nephew Ragnar O'Meara, Allah had destiny IGNOU abimelech, kata and a smuggler Binti Aviva clean. So who's narrating this Hadees a snap bent of ibaka a smirk or the long run had the daughter of Abubakar Abdullah and then the BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once sunless Allah talco Sufi, he performed the Salah of kossuth, the kossuth prayer, what is kossuth? prayer? The Eclipse prayer you may have heard who souf and Yusuf? Is it the same thing? Are they different? Remember that Cousteau for the caf? What is mentioned over here is solar eclipse, which is the eclipse of the sun. And also for the hall is lunar eclipse, which is the

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eclipse of the moon. Now lunar eclipse is quite common. Okay, in the sense that it happens every now and then. But solar eclipse is rare. It happens like once every 300 years or something and it's far more you can say scary. Okay, so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he performed so that'll kossuth the prayer of the eclipse meaning of the solar eclipse for karma, so he stood, meaning he stood in prayer for upon Akiyama. attala. From tool. What does tool mean to be long, so out Allah he extended he made very long what the PM, meaning he stood in the piano for a very long time. It was not a short pm in which he recited just one or two solos and it was a very long piano, in which he recited

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long solos. So Malakar and from another Hadees we learned that it was so long that a smart designer who was praying she actually fainted. She actually fell unconscious it was that long she couldn't stand for that long. So for for karma for Apollo pmsm maraca then he went into the core for altana rakura and he made the record very long also. So my karma for a thought LTM and then he rose from the Roku from the Roku he got up and again the pm was very long which pm

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between the Roku and the sector. You know when you get it from Roku or you say some you're loving even hamidah right. And you learn about many doors also that and that you can say for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam at that time also he stood for a very long time. Then what happened for karma for Apollo piano for moroka for Apollo chorus and mahkamah for Apollo pm so moroka Apollo rakura. Then again the record for the next record was very long for moto fara. So Masada Allah, Su Judah, then he went from search there and he made the sujood very long also so modifier then he got up from that, so my sajida Apollo's to do that, and then again, he

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went into search there and he made the search there very long. So mahkamah for abadan, PMS, moroka, Apollo chorus, Moto, farofa, abadal, PMS, hamanaka for Apollo chorus and Miranda sajida, for others to do the summer of Arizona sajida upon us to do that. So basically every step of the solder What do we learn? It was very, very long, someone sort of, then he went away, meaning what it means is then he ended the prayer. And when he ended the prayer for Allah, he said, God does not mean me. God certainly does not mean me. It was brought near to me. What was brought near to me agenda, the agenda, meaning he was made to see Jana during that prayer. Had the until meaning so much so it was

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so close to me that view of Jenna was so close to me, lo if he thought to I dared, I lay her over it legit to come, surely I would have brought you built a coffin meant puffy her. I would have brought you from the, from the bunches of fruit, meaning it was so near to me. I was made to see it from so close that I felt that I could just reach out and bring you and show you a bunch of fruit. And he said if I had dared to do that brought you if I had brought you a bunch of fruit, then what would happen? Later in another Hadith we find out that you would eat from it until the day of detriment because the lessons have done that they don't end but at the same time what an admin enough and the

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fire was also brought near to me, meaning I saw it it was it was made to appear before me had that until so close to me that I said a lobby what an Mr. Oh Lord, am I amongst them who the people of the fire. It was brought so close to him that he felt that he was going to be in the fire for eternal atone. So there was a woman mean that he saw a woman in the Hellfire has slipped to under who call the narrator is saying that I thought that he said the the shoe

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the shoe her it was scratching her what was scratching her head let them uh kept the brackets out a lot of them saw a woman in Hellfire whom a cat was scratching, called to measure new Harry he the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked at that time that what is the state of this woman meaning Why is she here? Why is she being scratched? Allah kalu they said meaning the angels told him her the set her that woman had locked her up have a set from hubs which is to restrain imprison, right to control so she had locked up that Gad had that until method it died July and what is sure to be hungry? So out of extreme hunger. That cat died meaning it starve to death. Let up I met her. She did not feed the

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cat. Willa Otto salata, nor did she let her go. That could it would eat itself meaning the cat would find food itself, called an F your own nefarious that has led to a no call minha shishi. Ohashi that perhaps the cat could have eaten from the hashish or the hash of the earth. What is hashish massage? What is meant by that is the the vermin you know, insects, spiders and lizards and, and such things, meaning that woman just get the cat in a diner up. And so the cat was not even free to go find anything for herself and as a result, the cat starve to death. Now in this Hardee's, what do we learn? There's many things that we learned. First of all, we see that the, we see the horseshoe of

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in this prayer, that in every step of the prayer, every record of the prayer he had, who should because of which every every record of the prayer was long, the piano was long, the record was long, this dude was long, the sitting was long, the standing was long. And that cannot be possible unless there is crucial, because if there is no closure, then a person wants to finish the prayer. Quickly, he rushes through the piano, he rushes through the record, he rushes through the stage. But the fact that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam lengthened every local shows that he had for sure. And this was your insula, which we learned about earlier. This is something

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that should be present in every region of the prayer, because sometimes it happens that we are focusing a lot in the TM, but recall, we're not focused at all or such that we're not focused at all. But what do we learn from this at every step of the prayer, every region of the prayer is important. Secondly, we see the reason why Mambo Hari mentioned this Hadees is that, as I mentioned to you the vow it doesn't have a separate chapter heading rather it's a continuation of the previous

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The previous bar was what

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the previous Bab What was it?

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What should be said after that that we now in this head is nothing like that is mentioned what is to be said after the beat. But what do we learn that in the sila the profits are the lighter salon was made to see gender he was made to see how far so closely was amazed to see how fire that he was afraid that he would be part of it, which is why he said a Robbie was an MRO

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and he was made to see Jana from other nations we learned so closely that he felt that he could have taken something from it. So when you see a blessing, and when you see some punishment, then what is it that you should do? Praise Allah and seek protection with him.

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And in a way when Buhari is linking the during the solid, this is something that should be done. He's indirectly hinting that during the Salah, this is something that we should do glorify Allah and seek refuge with him. And especially this should be when at the beginning of the prayer, right after duckweed sapan A Kala Houma

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Allahu Akbar Kabila will handle the lake theater This is what glorification, praising Allah soprano Donna Allahumma buried benei verbena haka This is what seeking a loss protection against the consequences of your sins. So from the words of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam over here in the way, the manner in which he prayed, what lesson did we learn during the fall of these two things should be done? What do you think's glorifying the law and seeking refuge and protection with him. And especially this should be done at the beginning, meaning before the recitation before the era of sort of fat.

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Also, we learn in this head is about the responsibility that we have towards those who are dependent on us

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that we will be held accountable, whether it's a human being, or it is an animal, human beings, whether they are adults, or children, or elderly, or babies, because you see, sometimes there are people whom we are responsible for and to demand their rights from us. And because they are making a lot of fuss or noise for their rights we give them so for example, if it's a baby, gonna cry, and cry, and cry until you feed the baby, five year old gonna cry and cry and fuss until you take them to the park. Right? They will demand their rights. And this is why we gave them but certain others who are dependent on us they cannot demand their rights from us.

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Like, for example, if it is a baby, a little baby, sometimes we people do this, that they will even drug the little babies so that the baby will just sleep and sleep and sleep. What is the baby going to do?

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Right? Or sometimes all the baby is given is just milk food. That's it.

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The but the baby needs more than that. He needs a love, he need some kind of attention, some kind of engagement. Right? But this is also a hook just because the child cannot demand that from you. It doesn't mean that the child should be deprived? Like was an animal fish in a tank? Can the demand fruit from us? No. They're silent, poor creatures who are completely dependent on us. They cannot come out of the water and bite us if we don't give them food. Now they're completely solely dependent on us. So those who cannot demand their rights from us, we should still be careful towards them, and give them their rights because who is going to ask us? Allah soprano data, he is going to

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question us. And you see,

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like, for example, a cat that is mentioned over here, if it was free,

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then it could have found its own food. And if it didn't find its own food, if it starve to death, that was not your responsibility, because this woman had kept it

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she was supposed to feed it. So we see that the Day of Judgment is the day of justice. And if injustice was committed against a cat, even an animal even then what will happen? What will happen, revenge will take place. This is why it is very, very important that if we are ever thinking of keeping a pet, you know make sure that you are capable of looking after it. Because at the beginning it seems very, you know exciting and you feel like you can do it. But these animals they need

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right they need food, they need engagement, they need some kind of stimulation. So it is necessary that we take full responsibility and if we cannot do that, then don't take that responsibility because this is basically putting yourself in trouble.

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Right now

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Many times you see that if you ever go to a pet store, there's animals up for adoption.

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Why? Because many times people who have bought the animals, they're not able to take care of them anymore. And so sometimes these animals are coming from abusive, you know, homes where they have suffered so much abuse, I remember somebody telling me that they got a cat. And that cat is petrified of children. So scared that that cat hears the sound of a child and it will run away and hide under a bed. Why? Because they bought the cat from someone where children abused that cat so much that the sight of a little human scares that cat.

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And it's been years, it's been years that that cat has been away from that family, but still it scared because it was abused. So in this dunya, it's possible that nobody holds us responsible. But Allah subhanaw taala is watching. And these animals belong to Him. And He has given us the ability to be authority over these creatures. So we are responsible at the end of the day. Okay, next are these vile love for elbasan e. LL. Mme. phocoena. Refer in basa.

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What does refer me to raise to lift up? So refer in Vasari

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lifting up your site, meaning looking up,

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looking up to build an email to the email for Salah during the prayer. Here the question is that during the prayer, is it allowed for a person to look at the Eman?

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Is it allowed for a person to look at the email? Or is he supposed to just look at the place of search the Where should a person be looking? During solar? Where should our eyes be? What should they be looking at? Should they be close? Should they be looking up at the sky? Should they be looking you know in our hands? Or the place of sajida? Should we be facing the Qibla? Looking at the place of the crypto like for example the wall? Or the man who is in front of us? Where should we be looking? Because you see earlier we learned where should the hands be placed? Why? Because of the hands are not placed somewhere? Where will they go everywhere?

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So likewise, the vision also has to be fixed somewhere because if it's not fixed somewhere, then where will it go? everywhere? And if we're looking here and there during solid, then how can we focus in the Sala

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so part of who sure is the focus of the vision also? Okay? Now remember that there are three kinds of Mussolini's Okay, the first kind of Mussolini, the person who's praying is the Imam who is the Imam, the one who is leading people in prayer.

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The second type of person who is one for it, being the person who is praying himself alone. He's not following anybody who's not leading anybody is praying by himself. And the third kind of person is who the moon, meaning the one who is praying is Salah behind him.

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Now the ruling for the Imam and the moon for it, the Imam and the person who's praying by himself, the individual, it's the same rule and what is that rule? That they should be looking at the place upside down?

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They should be looking Where? At the place upside. Why? Because a person is standing before Allah soprano tada The Lord of the heavens in the earth. And in that there should be some respect and how do you show that respect by looking down?

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Because part of showing respect to someone is that you don't look around here and their look up or stare at them.

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Right? What What is respect that you are humble in your posture and even in your vision? You are humble so that your eyes are down.

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And in the Quran, we learn of the helmet minun alladhina, houfy, Salatin quashy those were humble in their prayers and humility first and foremost as expressed by your face. Right? That what's the expression on the face and major part of the faces the eyes? If a person is saying yes, I'm very very scared of you but the eyes are looking here and there are a person is rolling their eyes. That doesn't show humility. But if a person is looking down, then that shows humility. The Imam and the moon for it both are required to look down because this is closer to her. Sure. Now what about the one who is following the Imam?

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Now he is also supposed to be looking down.

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Okay, but because he is required to follow the Imam follow the Imam. How is that done? Following the actions of the email following the Imam on hearing the words of the Imam.

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Okay, how do you follow the Imam use you hear him say Allahu Akbar and then you know okay I have to move but

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We know that we that for example, the Imam says Allahu Akbar to go down into the court.

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You cannot immediately go down into the court as soon as you hear a law but you have to make sure that the man has actually gone down into the court then you go down into court.

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Now sometimes you know hearing that is sufficient but at other times you really you you need to see the Imam you need to see the Imam or sometimes what happens is that you join the Salah.

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Okay, so for example, you join the Imam, the Imam was in such

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a demand man gets up, you don't know if he's sitting because you don't ever was first a car second car? And you don't know if he's going to stand up. So, what are you supposed to do? Just keep looking down at the place of Saturday you have to look at the Imam why in order to better funnel the email because following the email is there a requirement for you sometimes you follow the words that is sufficient and other times you have to follow the actions and you cannot follow the action until you see the action

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you understand. So there are certain times in which

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you know he has to see the Imam. So in that situation is he allowed?

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Yes, he is allowed.

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Okay. Remember that during Salah

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any kind of movement, which is not part of the Salah

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is generally not allowed.

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Okay? Like for example, you're standing in prayer and you take a step to your right.

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Or you take a step to your left, Is that allowed? Generally, for no reason? Are you allowed to do that? No, you can't do that. But if it is for a reason that you take a step to the right, which is for example, joining the slough

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or taking the step to the right so that you can be facing the pillar so that the pillar can be your cetera

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Okay. Now, that movement is allowed, why? Because it is for a genuine reason. It is for the purpose of performing your Sunnah better,

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you understand, so, any kind of movement, which is not part of Salah, but it is made in order to better perform the Salah, that movement is permissible,

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whether it is the movement of the body, or it is the movement of the eyes.

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Once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was praying the Salah, and a companion came uncombined came and stood by his left side. So what did he do? He moved him from his head. Okay, to his right.

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At the profits on a lot of time is moving his hands, his arms. Is that allowed generally in solid? No. But why did he make that movement in order to perform the jamara? correctly? So what do we learn from this?

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Whether it's the movement of the eyes, or the movement of the hands, the movement of the feet or the movement of the body? If it is for the purpose of better performing the Salah for the purpose of your karma to solder, then it is permissible. So there are times on the moon has the need to look at the Imam Can he do that? Can you see the email? Yes, he can. Now logically it makes sense. But is there any evidence from the *tier? Yes, there is. Let's look at the Hadith. We'll call it our Isha to an eyeshadow below her and her said Carla Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam feels slightly Salatin co Sufi.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said regarding the eclipse prayer, what did he say? For a to Johanna? I saw Hellfire meaning during the eclipse prayer, yeah lemo bow bow her bourbon part of it was crashing into other parts, meaning fire was the tree consuming, you know, one part of it was consuming another part. He Nara a to Mooney to have to

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haina at the time when a to Mooney use Amita how to stepping back. Because during this eclipse prayer from other narrations, we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stepped forward and then he also stepped back during the prayer.

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Why did he step forward? Because he sat down and he wanted to take something grab that lunch. And why did he take a step back because he saw Hellfire and he was afraid that he was going to be part of it. So he says over here he Nara a to monitor how to when you saw me taking a step back. That is when I saw Hellfire consuming parts of each other. Now, notice the word hayner A to Mooney. You saw me You saw me

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you overhear the Sahaba what were the Sahaba doing? praying behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they were also included. They were the moon. Right? Who was the Imam? Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Now, during the prayer, the Sahaba saw the Prophet sallallahu ala moving back, how did they see you moving back? Because they were looking at the email,

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or the took, or they ghosted, glanced at him for a moment or two. So, from this Hadith, what do we learn that it is permissible for the moon to look at the Imam when there is a need?

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You might say why would the Sahaba looking at him? Why weren't paying attention? Of course they were paying attention. But if they saw the profits or loss and was taking a step forward, taking a step back did something unusual?

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Is he giving a message to us? Are we required to do the same thing? What's going on over here? Okay, now, I want you to notice something. This statement that is mentioned here, we'll call it our issue. Is this a hadith meaning Hadith according to this, where the chain of narration is mentioned, and the text is mentioned? No. So what is this? This is just a part of Hadees that Mr. Buhari has mentioned over here and the complete Hadees he mentions it later in another.

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So what do we learn from this about the style of a mumble hottie

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that sometimes there is a Hadees that he has mentioned in one place, all right. And he finds the need to mention it again, in another place, but he will not mention it as a complete Hadees rather he will just write a part of it. Why in order to keep the book brief. Okay, next, Hardee's had the center moussaka had the center of the wire headquarter had the tunnel airmesh and Romero attorney roommate in iv myrmidon. Other he said coronelli hot bourbon. He said we said to her

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so IV mama is asking her Bab acana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Jaco very well honestly

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acana did Cana he used to did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to Jaco recite for liberty were asleep in the liver and also prayer, recite what

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the right understood.

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Did he recite any part of the Quran in SelectUSA letter? So they asked hubub Allah He said, Nam, Yes, he did. Kona, we said Bhima contemporary funa How do you know? How do you know that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to recite something? Villa kontum, Garifuna dakka dakka means that so how do you know that? Kala he said bill Ravi Lucha de by the movement of his beard,

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because you see, little Salah when the man was leading, he's not reciting the Quran out loud, because it is silly. It's not Jerry, it's supposed to be silly. So the people later on, they wonder that the prophets have lots of reciting the Quran, because he was silent. So how do we know? So this companion, he said that he asked us to recite the Quran. But how do you know you didn't hear him? He said, because we used to see his beard moving. Because from the side from behind when they saw him, his beard was moving. If it was moving, that meant that his mouth was moving. If his mouth was moving in tm, it's understood that he was reciting something

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about Apollo and who he asked the Prophet sallallahu Salah that in the silence, what is it that you say?

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And these are hubba hubba. For instance, he knew the prophet SAW the Lotus and recited the Quran because his beard was moving. Now notice the word.

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What does it mean? What's the root word, Robert, what does that mean? to strike it forever, is to strike here and they're here and they're

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back and forth. It's basically the it's basically when things are not calm.

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Okay, when there is disturbance, when there is unrest when there is commotion, this is basically what it is. So, it the above the beard, meaning his beard was constantly moving, it wasn't like still, and that meant that his jaw was moving, which meant that his mouth was moving, which meant that he was reciting something. Okay. So, in this Hadith, what do we learn that the companions they saw his beard moving, which means that they saw the Imam they looked at the Imam

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there they were watching him so this shows that more men look at the man during the

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next Hades have done a Hajin had this uninsurable to color amber Anna Abu is helpful.

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Carlos Amir to Abdullah Jimenez, EDA Yakubu, he was giving a fatwa he was addressing or the head does Anil Bharat. So in this hotbar he said that Bara narrated to us Bara meaning Bharat Banaras in the Companion of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what can I and he was Raka Dubin while he's narrating this Hadees from Bharat. He says Bara was later Kudu, he was not a liar. He was not at all a liar, meaning he was truthful when he said this,

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meaning he didn't make this up. This actually happened. Notice a word Kudu. What does COVID mean? Because it's on the structure of ferule. Right like laughing one who forgives butter before very forgiving. So Kevin liar, but one relies a lot later, okay, do not later Caleb he says laochra Dube, he's negating Kudu which means that he is negating any form of lying from Bara that he was not a liar at all, not even in the least. This is just like about Allah subhanaw taala What do we learn in the Quran? Woman Anna Billa lamb and Lila RB. I am not at all overlap, not Volume One lamb.

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Okay, because it's negation of extreme word of any kind of one. All right.

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So we can have a look at the unknown canon, that indeed they used to eat our sun low when they used to pray, who does the harbor Marina BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when they used to pray with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fought off our several mineral quarry. And he raised his head from the record, camo, Korean and they would stand camo they would stand quammen standing meaning they would remain standing on getting up from the record. had that until your owner who they saw him for the sajida that in fact, he had gone to such them.

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So when I say that when they the Sahaba used to pray behind the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and they would get it from the Roku.

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They wouldn't just go down into Saturday on hearing the prophets Allah sensei Allahu Akbar, no, they would remain standing and wait for the prophet SAW a lot of them to actually go down to such that when he would go down into sajida then they would go down to such them.

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So how would they know if the profits or losses I'd actually gone and gone down to such the How?

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By seeing by looking? So notice the word had that your owner who until they saw him? So this is the evidence that the more men look at the email if there is a need.

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And this this also teaches us another lesson, which is that don't be too quick. Okay, after the Imam when he when he says Allahu Akbar sometimes what happens is the man barely says, oh, and people are already on their way to the such though. Let him finish saying Allahu Akbar, and then go because there is severe warning.

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Moving before the Imam there's a severe warning that the head may be may become like that of a donkey. Something very serious. had done a smart Allah had destiny Malik and they didn't Islam. I thought if Nia satin and Abdullah him near Besant or the Alomar in Houma, Allah He said Casa de shamsul Allah de Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that the sun had eclipsed in the time of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam for Salah. So he prayed, the prophets of Allah said and prayed meaning he left Egypt square part of the study also the law or messenger of a law, or a NACA notice a word or a NACA we saw you can now well you were taking you were reaching out for Shay

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and something FEMA comic in your place of standing, meaning during your pm while you were standing. We saw you reaching out to grab something through metal a NACA again notice a word about a NACA then we saw you the car carta. The Gar carta, you were stepping back. So what do we learn from this guy or girl is to take a step back to retreat. We saw you taking a step back Allah He said any little janitor indeed I was made to see Jenna further now well to mean her own pool then the now while I reached out in order to grab minha from it meaning from john, room code and run code is basically used for bunches of grapes, a bunch of grapes. Okay, so he saw our own code and he wished to take a

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bunch or two of those are input welo 102 who and if I had taken it to mean who surely you would have eaten from it, but the at the dunya as long as this world would remain

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Because the fruits of gender, they're never ending the blessings of gender. They're never ending marinda come in the light, the what what is with Allah shall remain forever.

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So again in this Hadees what do we see? That the Sahaba we're looking at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had the center, Mohammed Abu synanon Kala had the Santa Fe honkala de la luna, Lena and nsmb Malik in call of Sunderland and abuse and Allahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam prayed for us meaning he led us in prayer, summer then Raka Graca What does that mean? raffia for Turkey

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to ascend to go up,

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okay, to climb.

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In the Quran also, you have read different different versions of this. So from Morocco, or raffia, he ascended a member the member he went up on the member after the prayer, why would he go on the member

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in order to address the people for a shadow via Davey, then he indicated he gestured with his hands. Gibala in the direction of biblical Masjid, the Qibla of the masjid. He pointed towards the Qibla of the masjid meaning the wall which was right in the front, which the Prophet sallallaahu center would face in the prayer. Some Matata, then he said, Look, I draw a tool and certainly I saw now meaning Monday through Sunday due at the time when I was praying, looking for you. a slacker, the prayer, meaning at the time when I was praying, certainly I saw an agenda. We're now paradise and hellfire.

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Master latini This is a new word. What's the Root

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Mean Cylon method method? What does that mean to be similar to my fella tiny, meaning both of them depicted both of them portrayed both of them represented. They were showing

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fi capability headed

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in the direction of this wall.

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During the prayer when I was leading you, I was made to see Jenna and Hellfire both of them shown to me displayed to me where it's in this wall Phelim Oracle Yomi, fatale Heidi or Sheree. And I have not seen anything like that. anything good, nor anything evil, meaning there's nothing good or nothing evil that I have seen, like what I have seen today, Kalyan, like today

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the Latin three times. Now what do we see in this hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said la de la ETU I saw.

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Now this shows that the Imam was looking where the prophets Bill Nelson was looking where

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Qibla what Qibla was that

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fee capability handled

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the wall, he saw he looked at the wall, which means that he wasn't looking at the place of such that he was looking up. So earlier, we learned that the more when there is a need, he may look at the email. Now this shows to us that if the email has to see the wall or something else during the prayer, if it's necessary, then can the Imam look Can he Yes, he may.

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So what can we learn from all of these ahaadeeth that we have learned? That generally the ruling is that when the person is praying, his eyes should be focused on the place of sight to them. Why? Because this is closest to humanity. But if for some genuine reason there is a need to look elsewhere

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then can a person do that?

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Yes. Now what is the need?

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Checking your phone was calling.

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No, that's not a need, what is a need something that is essential for the prayer something that is essential for the prayer or something that is necessary.

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You know, very, very essential for the safety or the well being of people. Okay? Like for example, the man was praying he is right in the front. Okay. And he sees that there, you know, on the wall in front of him. There's something that's quite dangerous, like, like, you know, a snake or something. It's possible if he and he doesn't know what is coming. He he may have the need to book so that he can determine whether they should continue to pray or not, or whether he should move to the side so that he is not harmed by that creature. Okay, so there could be an emergency

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situation which may require for a person to look to turn his gaze away. Can he do that? Yes he can.

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But every little thing is not a need. Okay?

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Because sometimes what happens is that we're praying and we see that Oh, somebody has come in they're standing next to us and then we have to look at them to see who they are.

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That's not essential. That's not important.

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Bad refer a bursary era sama Allah before we continue read the previous for this.

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Everybody out loud

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Mohammed Abu synanon

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Okay, you have raffia that's fine Raka Raka both are the same.

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So moroccanoil member for ashar via de

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de Bella Qibla. Till Masjid de.

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Next time, please read a little louder.

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You should have some voice in your reading. Bab refer elbasan Isla Santa is solar peripheral bus have to look up raising up your vision, raising one's eyes

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in a seminar to the sky was solid during the prayer

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during the Salah, can a person look up to the sky? So for example, he gets up from record and he says to me, are you and he looks up? Can he do that? Or he's praising and glorifying alone he wants to look up Can he do that? Let's find out.

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In the in the previous lab, we learned that a person may look at the Imam and the Imam may even look in front of himself if there is a need but in general a person must be looking down

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kind of person look up had the sinner early you know Abdullah Allah Akbar and if necessary, then call ahead doesn't have to be a little better. But I had this in APA data to an NSF an American had data home. So ns even medical biller earn who is one narrative this idea called current abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam he said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said malba Lu, what is the state of acquirement of certain people? Your foreigner Apsara whom who raise their eyes, meaning we look up either summer towards the sky, fee salata him, during their prayer, fresh that the cola who is

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from shaded, what does it mean fresh that the blue,

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meaning his words became very strong, very stern in disregard fee danika in that meaning in this regard had done so much so that Allah He said layan the winner? Surely they must definitely sees they must definitely stop on dedica from that, oh, or lotto for one observer whom, or their vision will be snatched away, it will be taken away.

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So from this Hadees, what do we learn?

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You're not allowed, a person is not allowed to look up to the sky during the prayer. And because there is a severe warning. What does it show that this is actually from Cuba? It was no, it is from the major sense, because we learned that for any sin for any action if there is a serious warning of punishment of consequence in this life or the next and that action is considered to be of the erosion of the major sense.

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So looking up to the sky during the prayer is something that is not permissible. And if you think about it, it's not permissible, okay. But even logically, does it make sense that a person is standing before the Lord of the heavens and the earth, worshiping him and he's looking up to the sky?

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It's rude. This is suitable other it's really bad etiquette. Because prayer is all about humility, all about. Sure. And this is not humidity that you're glorifying someone. You're standing before someone and you're looking up. No. Humidity means that you're looking down.

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Humidity means that a person is looking down

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Now, a question. If a person does look up to the sky during the prayer. Now this is something serious as we learn from the Heidi's low, you're gonna absorb them, they better stop or their vision will be snatched away. Does it break the prayer? Does it invalidate the prayer?

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If a person looks up to the sky during the prayer, will that invalidate his prayer? According to many scholars, yes, it will invalidate the prayer.

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Why? Because this is an action that is forbidden. Why is it forbidden?

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Because the prophets, a lot of them gave a severe warning. If you gave a severe warning, what does that mean? It's forbidden.

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And when something Haram is done, then that nullifies are bad.

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Okay, like, for example,

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eating during fasting, is it permissible? No, it's how long

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and labor

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is it held on? Or how long? How long, but it is how I'm in general.

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Okay. Now, eating during fasting is something How long? And if a person will commit this hot arm action during fasting, what will it do?

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It will nullify his fast.

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When it comes to lever, it's the human arm, right? Generally, how long if a person does backbiting during fasting, will that break as fast? No, it won't break as fast because it's yes at home in general. But it's not harm in fasting in the sense that it will break as fast.

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Okay, so when a certain action is forbidden during an act of worship,

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if that action is committed, then that act of worship is nullified.

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Eating during fasting is forbidden if a person eats fastest broken, looking up to the sky during prayer is forbidden. And if a person will look up during the prayer, and that means his prayer is

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nullified. So according to some scholars that is that serious and it's a very strong point, if you think about it, when you compare it to fasting, it's very, very strong. Seems like a very logical, reasonable evidence.

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But unfortunately, this is quite common that people will look here and there and they will even look up to the sky. And sometimes it is,

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you know, in making the law that they're looking up to the sky. Okay, now, when you're making the outside Uppsala, can you look up to the sky? Of course you can. Why because the as they go up, the answer is come down, right. So that is the Qibla of the eye you can say. And the three blocks realize, you know, in front of you, okay, so you can look up and in the Quran also, we learn about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the second just a little bacala called the neurotoxin Luba fever, Chica of his Sunnah right that we saw that the caliber of your face you know, towards the sky that we saw it turning up again and again why why was he looking up

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again and again

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in hopes that the where he would come where does he come from? From the sky? So likewise on you making the out where does that go up? So when you make Nora outside of a prayer, for sure, you can look up but during the sweater, we're not allowed to look up.

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Also another reason that the scholars have given is that when a person is praying, it's a requirement. It's a condition that he must face the Qibla confessional Qibla is a condition and facing the Qibla How is your body and especially your face? Okay. And if a person is looking up

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then his face is no longer facing the Qibla

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when he's not facing the Qibla

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then Salah is not valid anymore.

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Okay, when it comes to looking around like looking to the right or looking to the left, which is lt fat inshallah we will come to that, which is The Next Web.

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Let's see how logical the orders that this has happened second time with us.

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That question comes to our mind what about this and we find out that that's the next web.

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Web lt fatty fish Sala lt fat what is lt fat?

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Il divide is basically to turn

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a sudden transition, you know, in the colon.

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It's one of the you know, points of Bulava. You can save lt fat which is that in one context sometimes in one ayah Allah subhanaw taala is referring to himself as we

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and then

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switches from wheat to heat

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Okay, or from YouTube, I or something like that, like the the person is changed, this has called lt fat, there is a sudden transition of the person.

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All right. So

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So if it is to look around

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it is to turn to the right or to the left, okay to look around, because if you think about it sudden transition, you when you're praying, you're supposed to be looking down. And if suddenly you look to the right, even if it's just with your eyes are not really turning your neck or turning your side, you're moving away from your Salah, you're not focused in your prayer anymore, you're distracted.

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Ill defined is of two kinds,

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firstly, Ill defined will burden

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the turning away of the body. Now the body includes your eyes includes your neck, it includes your entire decision. Okay? So the first level is the turning of the

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eyes, that a person is facing forward, the head is slightly bent down, but the eyes are going to the right, they're going to the left, they're moving, they're revolving around there, they're looking at things that they should not be looking at, this is the effect of the muscle, this is the first kind of so we're talking about a guilty fat of burden of the body first is in that is of the eyes.

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Secondly, it is the

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meaning in the system only the sorry, the bill burden only second is neck

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turning in the fat of the the cover of the neck, how that a person is standing,

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but his neck turns to the right. So that he can look as to what is on the right or his neck turns to the left so that he can look at what is to his left.

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Okay, this is also empty fat. And the third is the entire body.

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The entire system. So a person literally he, you know turns to his I mean, we have seen children. When they're praying, what do they do?

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Their constant constantly doing this right? Of course their children. It's understood why they're doing it. But it doesn't mean that grown up people ought to behave like children. So whenever they feel like the turn to the right and the turn to the left, and they're taking a step back and step forward for no reason.

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The second type of lt fat is bill called. So you can see the first part is the physical one with the body whether it's with the eyes or the neck or the entire body, and the second is with the hearts

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Okay, which is basically the heart it turns away from the Salah.

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The heart should be involved in the prayer. When you're saying somehow not be in Aleem SubhanAllah. Earlier, you should your heart should be engaged in thinking about these words. But if the tongue is pronouncing soprano a bit earlier when the heart is thinking about the phone,

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okay, a person is thinking about the food that he's going to cook or the shopping that they're going to do, or what some someone said or what they saw on the street, or what somebody is talking about right now. This is the turning away of the heart. This is the fat bill calm.

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We'll talk about that. Okay, the distraction of the hearts. Now, all of these, whether it is ill defined the burden or the fact that they are in debt.

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And what is the reality of it? The fact is we will learn to do something that shavon takes away from your Asana

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for those few moments that you were distracted shavon you know, stole that Salah from you.

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Does it nullify the prayer

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indefatigable, calm? No, that does not nullify the prayer.

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Ill defined fat bill button

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85 will button

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it will modify the prayer when it's with the body.

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Not that if a person looks here and there then the Salah is broken. No, but if he turns away,

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okay, like for example, a person is standing and he turns to his right completely.

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Okay, that will nullify the prayer Why? He's not facing the camera anymore.

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He's not facing the criminal anymore. Okay. But if the fact that it doesn't break the prayer,

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why? Why doesn't it break the prayer because our last panel donor knows us.

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We're human beings. And

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it's part of being human. That when you are gone

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In trading on something for a long time, there are those few seconds here and there, those few moments here and there where you do get distracted. You see, even when you're talking to someone, you're having a conversation with someone, then what happens? All of a sudden you start thinking about something else, and you bring yourself back. Right? It's normal. It doesn't mean that a person doesn't strive to control his thoughts. No. As soon as he feels that he's getting distracted, he brings himself back.

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A flashback, right? So it happens. You're listening to someone. And that reminds you of something that you heard or you saw, and you start thinking about it, which makes you think about something else that makes you think about something else. Right? And then you bring yourself back No, no, I'm here. I'm talking to this person.

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So what is it? What damage does it cause to our prayer? Because we must understand that damage. If we don't understand that, then we're not gonna bother to avoid it. Had the Senate who said that Impala had the Senate House, we had the new Sulayman and Avi and masukkan honor each other. And she said, I shall belong and he said, unto Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam she said, I asked the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I needed defectiveness sadati about lt fat during the prayer for color. So he said who it is if the last one

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if the last one I leave it as if the last year deli sushi on that shavon takes away Minh slatey la de from the prayer of the servant. It is if the last that trip on takes away from the prayer of the servant The question is what is if the last if the last is from Hollis and policy is to steal. Okay to steal. But it is to steal how quickly you see. There's different kinds of themes. One is like in the Quran, we learn about a circle sadock who is the one who commits theft, but how?

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How secretly.

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Okay, so he goes in the middle of the night when people are sleeping, when he goes when nobody's home, nobody's watching him, nobody sees him. Okay, secretly, he goes and takes the property of someone without their permission, this is the work of Lou sadock.

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Another is

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near him.

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Now he is He who takes something away with his power. So for example, someone comes in with a gun, pointed at the teller and says, you know, give me all the money that you've got. This is who

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who takes something away with his schoolwork with his power.

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And the third is more or less. And who is mortalis McDowell is someone who is basically

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who basically comes and takes something away, while the owner is looking, watching. Okay, in front of his eyes, but how quickly, he just quickly grabs it and takes off.

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And the owner is like what just happened? And he cannot even retrieve it, he cannot even get it back.

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All right. Like for example, sometimes it happens that everybody's sitting at the table and eating and somebody just comes in, grab something from your plate, you know, like a chip or a potato or something, or a carrot or something takes it away and pops it into their mouth. And and children will do that sometimes. And like what just happened? You didn't take my permission? Is that theft? No. Is that like a robbery? You know? What is it? If the last? And you see I'm off the list? What is he doing? He's basically watching for the right moment when he can grab that thing and speed off. Take off with it.

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So what do we learn then? That when a person is praying, Salah shavon is basically watching. When is that moment when this person is going to be even slightly distracted from his prayer, or how I can distract him from his prayer so that he can look to the right or look to the left. Or he can think about this and think about that. And those few moments, you know, obvious prayer from which he can get a lot of reward, I can just steal that away from him so that he is deprived, not the children will get any reward. He can't steal that reward and you know, put that in his record. No, he just wants us to be deprived.

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What is taken away from people, something precious, something valuable. And this is what your lawn wants that the reward that you're accumulating from that evening.

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He can cause you a loss of 10% or 5%. He wants to make sure that you suffer even a little bit of loss.

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So, the problem is that a lot of them said what if the lesson Yeah, totally so who shape on him insulated

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from the prayer of the servant? This is what she had on once.

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Had the final cut a bit too far had the thinner sufian and is underwater on our shutter and an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Salafi have been certain. She said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam once he prayed to Allah in Islam he saw what is Musa a blanket assault that are now on? It had our lamb What are lamb marks? Okay? It had marks on it, meaning a design on it. And that means there were different colors. There was some kind of pattern or something. It had some design on it or lamb for color. So he said, Sure, let me RLM Oh, Heidi, the marks the designs on this distracted me is horrible. We have to take the shawl away. ILA be German to Abu john, what Tony and bring me BMB

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journey. Yeah, with the ambi journey.

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Take this back to Abuja home and bring me another show. And that shall should be ambi jania, which is basically a plain one without any marks, because a Buddha him had gifted the shell of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and the prophets on Madison was wearing it. And when he prayed in it, he felt that he was distracted by its design.

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So he didn't want it anymore. So he had it, you know, taken back to Abuja home, but at the same time, he didn't want him to feel hurt,

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that he was going to feel the profit or the loss and rejected my gift. So he said, Take us back and bring me the plain one from him. So that I would do him would still be happy the prophets didn't reject my gift, rather, he took something else.

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Now, what do we learn, when a person is wearing a very patterned garment, then naturally, what happens that that pattern will pull your eyes

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It will distract you Why? Because your heart is attracted to it. Okay? And as a result, whatever you admire with your heart, you're going to look at it. And you're going to look at it once and you're going to look at it again. And you can look at it again and again. And it happens sometimes it's you start looking at the pattern and especially on the prayer mat

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and you start looking at the noticing the

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Uh huh. Yeah, that if it's parallel or not, if the pattern is correct or not, you start observing the problems, the flaws, okay? The imperfections.

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So it's a big distraction. So what do we learn this Heidi shows to us that il defatted

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is similar to lt fat will muscle

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because obviously the clothes were on the profits on a lot of them so he wasn't really looking here or they're turning to the right or the left. No, the distraction was where in the heart

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so ill defined the curb is like lt fab and bustle, both must be avoided.

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And we see that the prophets are a lot of them did not like that even his heart be pulled away from the prayer. So what does it show to us that we should avoid praying near something around something or a place that will distract us from the prayer, whether it is people that are talking or it is some noise that is coming from a screen, or you know, anything that is going to distract us from the prayer that is not going to let us focus on prayer, avoid that area, avoid that thing, so that you can focus on the prayer.

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In another Hadees, we learned that the prophets are a lot of sin. And once he said, a law continues to look upon his slave while he is praying, so long as he does not turn away. If he turns away, meaning he turns his face away his vision away, then Allah also turns away from him.

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So when a person is praying, Allah Spano, Tata is watching a lot of panels, it is also giving attention to him. But when a person begins to think about this, and that and he begins to look here and there and turn here and there, then Allah also turns away from that person. And those are the kind of Muslims and the Saudi and other books also report this Hadees.

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And here, I'm going to ask you about your homework, which was that what are those few things that we can do in order to improve for sure in our center, so what did you find?

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in Vienna quietly and also, method is clean, with no no designs.

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we tend to look at how we

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leave for the plane.

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So one thing that helps is praying in a quiet place. Okay? And also praying

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in a place, which is not that distracting in physically. So not too much color, or no, sometimes what happens is that you bring in the living room.

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And the kids toys are all over the place.

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And as you're praying, you're thinking, what I'm going to end, I'm going to put this here and put this there and put this here and put this thing. don't pray there. don't pray there. don't pray in the middle of that mess. Because how can you pray? Well, there's a list of things to do that is being made at the same time, you can't focus.

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So in general, in your life, as a habit, make a list of things that you have to do write things down.

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Because our problem is that many times, things that we have to do, we don't make a note of them.

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And every now and then we think about them, well, I still have to do that. I still have it. Oh, my God, I forgot about that email, I forgot about this work. And generally, these things come to our mind when when we're praying. And our worry is that we're going to forget about it. Okay? So

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when you've made a list, when you've written things down, then during the prayer, when the thought will come, you can rebel that thought by telling yourself, I have it written down.

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I'll deal with it when the time comes.

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But one issue that I have with making a list right before Asana is that during the flight, you'll be thinking about things that you still have to add.

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So don't do this right before, this should be a general habit in life. You know, have a to do list. always write things down that you have to do. Don't burden your brain with unnecessary

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things, lists, write things down, get it out of your system.

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The profits, Allison was able to create

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long, long, long ruku how he had time for it. So if we make time for prayer, then we don't have to rush through the prayer. And if we're not rushing through the prayer, then we can have better focus and humility in prayer.

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Okay, so time management, you see, Salah is an action that will only be right, if the rest of your life is an order.

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And if you improve on your Salah, the rest of your life will also

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be in order.

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Because if you're always rushing through things, you'll be rushing through prayer. Also, if you're always late, then you'll be late for dinner. Also,

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if you're always distracted, because you have a dozen things to do, then you will be distracted in sellouts. So when I reflect the state of your life, the quality of your life, of your performance of your skills in general.

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Another thing that I find helps is we make slow withdrawal and then it just calms you down. So just before you're going into server, okay, so making sure that you do will do because that will help you focus in the prayer knowing the meaning of what you're reciting good, yes. In a lecture yesterday, he had mentioned that whatever is measured will automatically improve. So he had recommended making a chart and just for dividing each prayer five prayers and then giving 10 points for prayers you have 50 points per day. And each day like did you use your miswak before while making you do Did you do this? You do that? Things like that. And at the end there were numbers of example I started today

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I get 2750 on my prayers for five prayers. By the end of the week we ended the month it will improve on whatever you're measuring. If you have a measured goal that will also help you focus yes

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so for example, you could measure the quality of your prayer by how much put on Did you recite which was Did you recite but uh generally our habit is collaborative Robin Espanola had no cookie rush to the prayer. But really, you know, other sources also, so why not recite them? So for example, if you have recited to particular solar, different solar, then give yourself an extra mark. Okay, analyze your prayer every time and also, another way could be the door's

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always been comfortable codes. So sometime at home like it's somewhere maybe in hot leaves and you might not be asleep, so it's best to put on Avaya. If you're not in comfortable, close your body properly, so that you're not constantly worried. That is my shirt coming up. Where is my

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Are my pants coming up on my ankle joint or something like that. So you want to be as relaxed as possible and for that, have something for Salah. Okay, these days, that you get these big, long hijab that go down to your feet. So if you are, if you don't have to worry about your clothes, then you know, it's one less problem.

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I was thinking about, like, when we stand up in a salon, we have to remember in front of who is standing in front of Allah, if we are standing in front of camera will be really careful. So we have to remember Allah is watching and shade arthritis stealing

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is a very important point that, you know, when you have something precious, and you know that somebody is trying to grab it, take it away from you, or how do you keep it or what's your state, you're extremely alert. You know, like, for example, if you have a purse, and it doesn't have a zip on top, and you're out in public, and there's too many people going back and forth, what's your fear,

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somebody is going to put their hand,

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right, if your purse is empty, you're not going to care.

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But if your purse has money, cash, then you're going to have it clutched under your arm, or you're going to have it right in front of you,

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your soul alert. And any person who's around you, you know, you look at them to make sure nobody's looking at your purse and your soul alert. So during the prayer, remember that a we're facing a loss of panel data and be shaylen our enemy is waiting for that moment where he can steal our prayer from us and take off with it.

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adding on to that point is how how we like to help ourselves like know that you're standing in front of our light is to increase our knowledge in the greatness of Allah. So knowing all his names and their attributes, so that when you stand in front of him, you know how great he is. And that's when I help you humble yourself. That is true.

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We've seen the effect, like all the things that they've mentioned, and also he was saying that how shaytan is waiting around goes he's gone. As soon as you start your Salah is waiting to pounce on you and steal from your Salah. And he mentioned about it but we learned also in our class about Tangier left and spitting to your left like not spitting spitting but just dry spit three times and some other with some of them we didn't know about it some of the audience and they were asking him about it. And I was thinking to myself imagine for every fault or mistake we make. Allah has given us an answer for

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that decision is a way of cooking and making things as listening to these lectures and I was thinking myself Alhamdulillah our religion, Mashallah Mashallah has

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everything but we unfortunately as even he was saying that no your Allah know who you're talking to? Who are you standing in front of you. So when you get when you see your boss or go to work, how do you dress up? Or how do you do that for Allah? Why don't we do that? And He is the Creator. And I liked what point he made. He says we preparing, we so busy preparing for this life. So how much are we prepared for that life? Which is forever? And it's so true. We still busy with the dounia. So what have we done to the market? And that is the life not this one. And that made so much sense. And also think about it that, you know, when you're speaking to someone, and you feel like they're not

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really in that conversation? How does that feel?

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How does that feel? You feel so upset that you're like, you know what, I'll talk to you later.

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Sometimes we stop mid sentence, we stop mid story.

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Why? Because the other person is not interested.

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Right? It's it's very, very rude.

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So, this is why when we are speaking to a last panel data, we better be mentally and spiritually wholeheartedly present over there.

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Okay, next lab web hollywell definitely ambreen yen zero Bv O eurashe. And oversaw fun filled Qibla Qiblah.

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We learned in the previous bad that lt fat is something that must be avoided, whether it is lt fat bill whether or not

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it should be avoided. But sometimes,

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I mean, you know, in a certain situation, there may be a need to look

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you know, to the right or to the left because an emergency situation. So is it permissible hollywell de facto, can he turn Li amarin for a matter yen's it will be he that descends on him mean that happens to him during the smaller? Oh urushi or he sees something I will sock on or spit. Okay Phil kibble

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In the fibula in the direction of the tribler. Meaning due to some need in some emergency, can a person turn to the right or to the left turn to the side look, likewise, look at the wall because someone has spat on it, he sees something nudges or something dirty, is it permissible for him to look at it? Like, for example, a person is praying, a woman is praying, and all of a sudden her son whom she is toilet training, comes in front of her and goes away. But then she feels that the carpet is wet. She feels that he may have wet himself standing right here. Now, can she look at that spot to confirm? Can she do that? Yes, because you have to go do cetera. Right. And she should know

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whether she should, you know, recite alongside her piano or short one.

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Make her such a long or short. You know, there's something that happens.

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It happens. so in this situation, if she looks towards that spot, will that be ill defined such that it will break her prayer, invalidate her prayer or make her lose reward from her prayer? Because this is an urgent situation. And important situation.

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Likewise, a person is praying, let's say the Imam is brings. He's leading the people in prayer. And behind him, he sees that in the robe behind him. All of a sudden he notices somebody is lying down.

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Now he wants to make short did they fall unconscious?

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Did they break their prayer? You know, some emergency happen? You know what happened? Or there is a lot of noise commotion all of a sudden on the side. So he wants to make sure are things Okay, is there a problem? So for that reason, he turns his neck to the right. Did you look at that individual in order to make sure that things are okay. Now this is an emergency. Is that going to invalidate the prayers that chip on stealing away? Is that going to make him lose his reward? Let's find out.

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What Carlos and Sal said interpreter Abu Bakr and Ravi Allahu anhu for en nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Abu Bakar who aren't who ilta Fattah, he looked around he turned around and he saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, this is also a part of a longer Hadees that Mr. Mohan he has mentioned earlier in another web which is mandhana li ominous. So in this Hadith, what do we learn that wants to learn he was leading the people in prayer, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came and joined.

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And in one incident, we learned that the people started making noise. So that it will become a little on who would know that the prophets on a lot of time has arrived. And we're going to learn who can ally and definitely for Salah he would not look around in Salah. But when the noise increased, then it will get a little warm during the back and saw that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had come

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abubaker was leading the people in prayer. He turned back and taught the prophets of Allah cinematical. And then what happened he he took a step back to the prophets of the lotus and would lead in another incident What happened? The problem is that a lot of them came. Well, I will look a little lower and who was leading, and we'll look at a little more and who looked in to see that okay, the prophet SAW a lot of time has come he's joining us in prayer. So he wanted to take a step back, so that the prophets Allah Mollison would lead, he would become the man. Okay, so in all of these various nations, what do we learn Abu Bakar Oh, no, or no, he turned.

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He was the man he turned. Why did he turn? Because he wanted to see if it was the prophets of Allah symbol, someone else and if it was the Prophet sallallahu sallam, why did he come to the come to lead the people? What's going on?

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How does an aqua table to Mr. Eden are hotter than alasan or nafion? Nero Mara, Anna, who call it will? emoto. And who said that Allah Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a new harmattan the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raw he saw. What did he see? No harmattan spit being someone who expect and it had dried up the Tibetan mustard in the Qibla of the mustard meaning in the direction of the mustard front of the masjid. Someone had spat on the wall and that spittle it had dried up. What were you suddenly bainer Yeah, the nurse. And this he saw while he was praying before the people they knew the meaning before in front of the people. In other words, he was leading them for her to

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her. So he scraped it off. What that spittle is, he scraped it off some lapolla Hainan sarafa then he said when he ended the prayer that in a harder comb indeed one of you either cannabis when it when he is in the prayer

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For inilah happy Bella wedgie, then Indeed Allah is before him. fellay yet Anna Harmon, then he must not at all spirit, who had an anyone were dibella in the direction of what he is faced with Salah in the prayer, but Allah Musa even rock better word of your wedding on FM.

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Now what do we see that the prophets are the loudest, and during the prayer, he looked up to the direction of the wall, and he noticed that someone had spat over there. And in this narration, we see that he scraped it off, it's understood that he scraped it off after the prayer, because in order to scrape it off, there would be a lot of movement. It wasn't necessary, it wasn't that urgent. Okay. And secondly, you would need something in order to scrape it off. So yes, it's mentioned, you know, right immediately after the fact that he saw it, but it's understood that he scraped it off after but the fact that he saw it during the prayer, what does it mean? that a person

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may look up to the right to the left to see something that that may be necessary to look at

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now and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam warned the people he said that what if when someone one of you is praying than he is facing Allah subhanaw taala for in the law criminology, then Indeed Allah is in front of him of law is before him when he's praying. So he should not spit

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towards Allah soprano.

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Because this is extremely disrespectful.

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Extremely disrespectful, if someone coughs in your direction even or sneezes on your face. Even that is rude. Forget about spitting.

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In front of a human being that is extremely rude spitting towards a loss of Hanover, this is the height of disrespect. So the profits of a lot of them forbade us from doing that. And if a person has that urgent need during the prayer to spit, then what should he do?

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Okay, use a napkin or something I for example, had these we learned that he may use this cloth. So if you have a you know, Kleenex or something in your sleeve, or it's nearby, then you can use that. Okay? Or back in the day the machine was such that the ground was not carpeted, obviously. So and the people would wear shoes in the masjid their sandals in the masjid. So they were told to spit under their left foot. Okay, so that it's not even visible to anybody. Because sometimes it happens that a person coughs and there is feminism out now you should not swallow it. He has to get rid of it. He should keep it in his mouth. No, he has to get rid of it immediately. And for that he

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shouldn't spit right in front of him. rather he should spit in something or under his foot. Okay. Now, the prophets are a lot of them suffer in the lobby whenever a law is before him. The question is, how can a lobby before someone during the prayer? How

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low are them? We don't need to think too much about it. Okay. Firstly, remember that Allah subhanaw taala is on his arch. Okay. And you can describe his action, his place in where he is by anything that he wants, and we, we accept it. We don't go into the cave, out the cliff. We don't delve into that because it's beyond us. We cannot fully comprehend. Yes.

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No, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam clearly said for in the law, her tipologia Allah is before him. Not that he is before Allah, Allah is before him. And this has been mentioned in many, many ahadees. So we cannot change this to like a person who is facing a lot. No, Allah is before him. Firstly, remember that the Holic should not be compared with the Muslim? Yes, Allah is on his couch, how can he be before someone and five people are praying 50 people are praying 1000s of people are praying at the same time. How can I be before so many? You know individuals at the same time? You knows we don't compare the state of the Creator with the state of the creation. We don't make any

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resemblance between the state of the harlot and the mahalo.

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And secondly, remember that this is possible for the look how like the sun, when it is setting or at the time when it is rising. It appears to be right in front of you.

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Isn't it but where is it actually?

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It's above you.

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Right, the sun is above you, but it appears to be right in front of you. So if it's possible for the most fluke, then Allah subhanaw taala is glorified. He's above any kind of limitation or any kind of restriction, any kind of

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imperfection, any kind of fault or flaw, he's above that. So we don't go into the cave, we just accept it.

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And we also learn this Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam after the prayer. What did he do? He scraped off that phlegm, that mucus, whatever it was from the wall of the masjid. Even though he was the Prophet of Allah.

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He could have asked somebody else to do it, but he did it himself. So what is it, that when we see when God, when we see something wrong, then no matter who we are, we should stop and we should correct it.

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And when we have the opportunity to do something good, no matter who we are, we should do it. Never think that something good is below you.

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Or we are too above correcting. You know, someone can know

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if the profit or loss and remove somebody else's fit from the wall of the mustard. Imagine when we look at something like this and we're disgusted, we look away, we don't want to look again.

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I remember in Ramadan. During that, are we

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one of the sisters she suddenly threw up.

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Now as difficult as it was for her, because imagine being in that situation where you don't have any control and she just threw up on the carpet. And if she tried herself to clean up that mess, it would be impossible.

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And the sisters are going back and forth without any expression of disgust on their face. No, the risk quickly came and asked how do we clean this? And they were told how to clean and immediately they went and did the job.

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Right? It wasn't like it's not my mess.

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It's her field. She should be cleaning it. No, this is the house of Allah. This is Masjid. It is important to every single one of us. All of us want it to be clean. Yes, the sister is unwell in this mess happened because of her but we will clean the mess up because as much of this for everyone.

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Right if there's a problem in the machine, it's everyone's problem. Not the not just the problem of the one who caused it It

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had nothing I have no bouquet in color had this analysis of necessity and reclaiming Anubis she had been called upon ensm call avena well Muslim on a few salads and veggie. And as for the lower end who said that vain Emma? Once while and Muslim Muna the Muslims fees for Latin veggie, they were in the fudger prayer. Once when the Muslims were performing the federal prayer. Lem, you have jack whom in level sort of like sallallahu early he was setting up and then surprise them all of a sudden, except the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam Yes, Jeff, Jeff Jeff from 5g in Hamza puja ear remember, for your ear? What does that mean? further gives a meaning of suddenly,

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suddenly. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he suddenly appeared before them before Who? The Muslims who were praying sonetel fragile. And what did he do? kashia he removed sit through the curtain of her jurati of the hurdler, the room of our Isha are a shot of the laquan

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Wilson's are praying all of a sudden, the prophet said a lot of them here move the curtain of the room of I showed little on her which opened to the masjid. And when he removed it, the people I mean they saw him they noticed him from the corner of their eyes for another La La him and he looked at them while home so food while the Muslims were all standing in rows for the best summer so he smiled.

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And he almost began to laugh. He was so happy that he was smiling delighted when NACA and he retreated who Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu

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activate he his feet meaningly avacado I knew he stepped back Why?

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So that the prophets are a lot of them could come take the position of the Imam and lead the people in prayer. And it will buckle retreated. Leah's Lila level suffers so that he can join the SFX which stuff the stuff behind him for London so he thought and know who you realize that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam intended to who wrote meaning intended to come out to the masjid in order to lead the people were humble Muslims and the Muslims thought that he knew

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that they would be in great fitna and their prey meaning they almost wanted to break their prayer and go rush to the profits of Alison because we're so delighted to know that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had come for a shower lay him. So he indicated to them a Tim salata can carry on with your prayer completed. So we work a little on who he remained in his place. He led the people and the people, they also remained in their places and they continue the prayer. And then for her, she, he dropped the curtain, he let it fall, meaning he closed it. And so the people did not see him anymore. What to fear

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He was taken meaning he died, mean sad that he call you

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on the end of that day.

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This is the day that the prophets are alive and passed away. Because you know that the prophets of Allah is Allah. for several days he was unwell. Alright. And the last day, and for the three days that he was unwell, he had a bucket open over and who lead the people in prayer. And the first of those days when he was unwell, he tried himself to come delete the people in prayer, but he wasn't able to. And that is when it will become a little worn who was asked to every single prayer boubakeur, let the third day which was the last day of his life, the third day of his illness last year was like what happened fudger prayer the prophets of the last game lifted up the curtain while

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the people were still praying. And when he saw them standing in roles, performing Salah as they should be performing, he was so happy that he was smiling and laughing. And the people that were in fitna that thought the quality of the lesson is fine, he's okay, he's coming back. And they almost wanted to break their prayer. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told them to carry on, he left the curtain drop, and he went away. And at this time after the Salah, the Sahaba thought the prophet SAW the Muslim is fine now.

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Abu Bakar Oh, no one who went and saw him and he saw the prophets of Allah and was fine. So he went to one of his gardens, his properties that was towards the outskirts of Medina, which was far away. And when he was there, he was given the news of the prophets Allah had passed away. So he rushed back and he saw that yes, the prophets of Allah had passed away, the Muslims were stricken with grief or not a little or no was standing in anger. Nobody said the prophets, Allah loves them has died.

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And then it will buckle up with our new he took control of the situation.

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But in this, we see something beautiful,

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which is that when the prophet SAW a lot of them saw the Sahaba, performing the Salah, and so forth, he began to smile and laugh. Because the leader, when is he happy?

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When he sees that his

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mission is complete, and how is it complete, that when the people whom he was teaching, they have learned what they were supposed to learn, and they are doing the job themselves. So this is, you know, this is just like when there is a mother, and she's teaching her daughter how to cook how to clean everything. And then her daughter gets married. And then she goes to visit her in her house and she sees that the daughter has prepared the food and everything is ready. So she knows that her job is done. Her daughter is ready.

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And that makes her proud and happy and satisfied. That all those years that she had been struggling, paid off. Right, the crop is ready. The crop is ready like in the Quran, we learned the example of the prophets of Allah is Allah, your job azura. Your job is the law. It pleases the cultivators of farmers when they see their crop. It's ready. So the prophets of Allah when he saw his Sahaba, Allah subhanaw taala pleased him he satisfied him. And when he saw that his companions already, then Allah subhanaw taala took his profit away.

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He went happily, he he left with this satisfaction that his mama will carry on the job, the mission that it will not die with him. It will continue. And how was it shown to him? How was it proven to him? The sufu of the Sahaba the roles of the companions. When they were engaged in Nevada, their roles were complete, their rules were proper, that showed the profits or losses and that's a habit We're ready.

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They were ready. They could they could be left on their own now.

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So it really shows to us that once the Muslims we can form our rules properly, then our condition will improve.

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And if our rules are not improved, and our condition has not improved, we think all rows what have they got to do with anything they have got, you know, they are really the essential part of the improvement of the Muslims. They're the foundation.

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Anyway, the reason why Rama Hari has mentioned this Hardee's over here is to show that the Sahaba they

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they looked from the corner of their eye or even some of them may have looked to see really the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has come. Okay. So if there is a necessity, if there is an urgent reason, if there's an important reason for a person to look to his right or left during the Salah, then that is permissible.

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Okay, and this is the beauty of our religion, that we have the rules, which must be strictly observed, but at the same time this Dean is the Dean of fitrah and natural religion, human needs are taken into consideration. And it's normal that there will be situations where a person will have to look here and there and that is allowed

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Okay, and with this we will end

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and with this your homework and what is your homework? do your laundry

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okay? and observe how cold water washes better wash the stains better.

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and dry in the sunshine Why?

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Ascendant Sun is the best bleach. Okay, good

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try white try white because it is a thermal appeal.

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Okay come a

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minute Dennis. Yes

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Yes, yes once you put it in the dryer the stain is set. So first of all the first step is to run it under cold water to run cold water first the stain will be washed off and then you launder it. So that's one of your homeworks and the other is Arabic reading practice.

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It wasn't by the time that he passed away It was later in the day as we learned in the Hardee's assay that he can do okay meaning in the later part of the day at some other point of the day, exact time I cannot recall right now, but you can check inshallah but from other nations we see that Abu Bakar Buddha or no he prayed fudger

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and he went just in the outskirts of Medina. And when he got there soon after he got the news. Okay, so it wasn't like evening it was before that it was before that but on the same day

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during pinata with her it's within the prayer with the within the Salah, and you're standing with the hands up

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making dua

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look up at that time. Yes, some people do that. You cannot look. Okay, okay? Because even though you're making law in the Salah, you are first in Salah.

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Okay, so you should be looking down, and that shows more humidity, you should not be looking up. Okay. And the other question is, during Salah

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if young children, you know, are around you and they're crying, then it is permissible to lift them more, of course it is permissible. And likewise, you know, mother, she's holding her baby, or their babies right next to her and something is coming. And she sees she feels that she can send some movement. And she wants to look to see if it's a bug or what she can look, because it could just be you know, it was awesome shades from shape one she sees, and it's actually a bug that's crawling, so she picks up her baby. Okay? And he or she looks and she sees that it's only a piece of black thread, because he doesn't pick up her baby. Right? She needs to know whether she should actually

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pick up her baby or not. So she can look in that direction. So if the baby like crying and maybe she's you know, worried that the baby's disturbing other, you know, people in the prayer, can she hold the baby, of course, she can hold the baby. And even like throughout the summer, yes, throughout the slushy can hold the baby.

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When you're praying, and then while in the middle, like outside the door, it becomes very loud, are you able to move and go close the door so you can focus? If it's literally like, hand away

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a bit further. All you need to do if you have to walk and then shut the door and come back. No. But if it's just like a step away, you all you have to do is take a step to the side or to the left or to you know to the front and then just shut the door with your hand you can do that. Okay, a little bit of movement is okay. But a lot of movement is not okay.

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I've experienced people saying like that the computer out loud to stop the others around them for making noise. So is that okay? When you want to get the attention of other people, okay. During the prayer that we learned earlier in Kabbalah than that, for the men, they should say Subhana Allah. Okay, out loud, so proud Allah and the women, they should Clap, clap, okay. And make sure that you tell your children and your family that when I'm praying, and I clap, that means there's a problem. Okay, not that they're wondering why is mama clapping in prayer in her Salah.

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Okay. Sometimes what we do is that we

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Start reciting out loud

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when we start saying that out loud a low now, okay that will get the message across perhaps but you have to push your

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okay? So even though we may have had the habit of saying a lot but out loud and reciting out loud with a lot of you know in a very aggressive tone what's better is that you do what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said the women should clap and dementia to soprano. Yes, I put my son on alarm and forget to turn it off. So I went away and I was the end of the row, but I put my bag a little bit away from me. So when the time comes, we start to make a noise. So on everybody's get annoyed, so I have to move, get down to my peers, pick up my cell, put it off, put it in the bath and then get up and continue to Salah. Is that permissible or my Salat was not valid. You see if you just have to

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take a step forward or back or to the right step but I have to open my back that's fine. Okay, this may happen with people that you forget to put your phone on silent and it's in your pocket or in your purse right in front of you right by your sight. So in that yes, there is a little bit of movement, but again, it is for the purpose of performing the Salah properly, okay. So because of that reason that movement is okay. inshallah we'll conclude over here. So practical long will be Hamed ignition, La Ilaha, Illa and Kona to be like a Santa Monica

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