Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 119 The Characteristics of the Prayer Hadith 774 789

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of reciting surahs in various settings, including prayer, class, and groups is emphasized. The need for proper recitation and being mindful of words is emphasized, along with the benefits of practice and finding out who is in charge of prayer. The importance of memorizing numbers and completing the memorization for a class is emphasized, along with the importance of learning about the core and completing the memorization for a class.
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Assalamu aleikum wa

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rahmatullah wa salam ala rasulillah in karimabad.

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Shape line over jeem Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim or be slightly silly angry. interrupter. melissani. poly probenecid

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so we covered the bap Tajima, the chapter heading as generally been a pseudo attaining federal clarity we'll call it we'll call it will be certain kubla sola will be a wedding surah reciting to sue us in wonder car or the last I have a soda or sodas in reverse order or the beginning of a soda and inshallah now we're going to read the ahaadeeth

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will color obey the law on saboten and NSN radi Allahu anhu Canada gentlemen, I'm sorry. He said that a man from the unsolved yo Mohan famous GD Koba in that he used to lead them in prayer in mustard, Koba. Notice the word here. Oh, Mohan. What's the root? What's the main word that it's coming from Eman? right um, so he used to lead them in prayer in the mustard of Koba. What Ghana and he used to call mama every time if that the house rotten, he began a surah. he recited he began the recitation of a surah and this would obviously be when after Surah Fatiha. So every time you would have to recite a sutra, Jaco he would recite we had the home facility, min Maya ob, meaning he would

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he every time he wanted to recite a sutra for them in prayer, he would begin the recitation with the

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with the recitation of full hula.

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So every time you have to recite what would he do first sort of class have diafra woman her until he became free of it, meaning he completed the recitation of a class. So then you're closer than ohama then he would recite a surah. O'Hara another Maha with it.

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So you understand, every time you have to recite a sutra, first he will decide to attend a class and then he would recite another surah. So how many suitors would he be reciting at least two?

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Okay, at least two sores in every rocker after sort of de facto.

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Now, what does this prove?

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That you can recite more than one surah in one Raka

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What can I use narrow Delica and he would do that frequently riccarton in every

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meeting, every seller because he was so fragile mahapariksha for every seller, what would he do? Every single regard he will decide to go to a class also for kendama, who has Habu so his companions spoke to him, meaning the people who were with him they spoke to him for color so they said in Accra indeed you that he had his surah you always begin with this surah so Malhotra annatto De Luca, then you don't think that it is enough for you to dizzy oka, meaning you don't think that it is sufficient for you have the until

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you recite another? Why is it that you don't think the recitation of the class is sufficient? Why do you always have to recite another solo with it? For Emma and dakhla beha? Either you recite this surah what the Quran what Emma and or and the data that you leave it with? And you read another solar. So either you read through the class, or you don't read through the class and you read a different solar? Why is it that you have to reduce orders every time for color, so he said, Man,

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I am not going to leave this order in. But if you want an omok on that I should lead you be delicate with that. I'll do what I do. Meaning if you want me to lead you, then this is what I'm going to do. I'm always going to recite to the class in every locker. We're encouraged and if you dislike it, Doctor, I will leave you meaning I'm not going to lead you in prayer then you have to go find another email. What can oh and they used to Your Honor, they would see that and know that indeed he may have burlingham the best of them. The people of Oba they knew that this man was the best of them. Best of them in what sense? He knew the most for an okay, so he was most worthy of being the

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man. What can you and the disliked and your own Mahamaya that someone else should lead them? Meaning they didn't they didn't want to lose him either. They didn't want somebody else to lead them. Fela attack una bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and when

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to them about habra, they have Allah they, they, they informed him about this news about what had been happening for Allah so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said here for them, also in so may America, what stops you? And Deaf Allah, that you do my moroka what He commands you busy with it as hubback your companions? Meaning Why don't you listen to your companions?

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Why am I milaca? And what makes you, Allah Nozomi had his surah on the loom of the sort of glue to adhere, to adhere firmly, meaning what is it that makes you you know, recite the surah always, why don't you leave it sometimes? And why don't you listen to your companions frequently? Raka meaning in every locker, you have to recite the surah baqarah so he said in Hebrew, indeed, I love it. I love the sutra, and I love it too much, but I cannot leave it I have to recite it in every regard for Connor so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Herb buka iya at the Hanukkah, your love for the solar will make you enter

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the surah you'll love it, it will make you antigen. And this surah in fact, is very beautiful, because

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it talks about who Allah subhanaw taala his oneness and his unique attributes It is indeed very beautiful. And reciting it frequently, definitely is a means of entering gender. This Hadith is an example how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said her book a year at holochain Jana, in another Hadith, which is an associate of Sahaba. We learned that the prophets of Allah said and said man korako Allah, whoever recites hula hula ahead

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10 times,

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Allah will make for him a balance in general.

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Whoever recites called who Allah has 10 times, Allah will make for him a palace in general, Rama, Buddha and who said, then we will have many palaces.

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He did such an easy way to have, you know, so many palaces, so many homes in general. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Indeed, Allah has even more and better than that.

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He has even more and better than that, don't worry.

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Don't worry, it's really up to you, how much you recite. That is how much benefit you're going to get. In another headache we learned which is inside the hamlet Buddha who said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam once he heard a man read the surah

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please recite him called Willow had the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said whatever whatever What does whatever it needs, it has become obligatory it has become mandatory for the people said O Messenger of Allah, what has become legit, what has become mandatory? He said, What about Allah Hoon Jana, Jana has become mandatory for this man.

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And both of these bodies are so hey. So, what do we learn that So, that a class reciting it frequently with heart with meaning, you know with sincerity with love, this is definitely a means of entering gender. Now, in this Hadees what is the proof that Mr. Mahajan is taking?

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Exactly the two soldiers can be recited in one locker it is not necessary to recite only one so that one may recite to soldiers also in Wanaka.

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you see if this man is reciting pseudo class in every locker and after that he would recite an underscore which comes after pseudo class alpha lock and which one is after that unless and then finished right. So, if he would only recite the solos, which come after sort of last and he would have only the option of two solos,

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okay. But we would understand that if he was the best of his people, then he knew more than that, and he would recite other sutras also. So, which proves to us the other point that Mr. McCarty was making in the back, which is that you can reverse the order of the students also

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reverse the order change the order, in the sense that in the most half, you have the soldiers arranged in a particular order, but in Scala, you can change that order. So, for example, after sort of a class, can a person recites a little closer, yes, even though Soto culture comes before sort of class animals have Yes, he can. He still can, because following this order, this is not mandatory. And this changing of the order this is known as 10 keys

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than keys, so monokey swallows in it means to turn back right to do this.

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Change the order. So reading later parts of the Quran before earlier parts This is known as 10 keys and there are different types of 10 keys. And this is necessary to understand first of all, first type of 10 Key System keys of hoof

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which is to change the order of the letters. Okay. So for example, a word Bob,

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what letters do we have here, but ah, and now then piece of halluf will be to change the order of the huddle. So that is coming first and the law is coming second. So, from rob a person reads it as bar.

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Now, this kind of 10 keys is how long it's forbidden. Why? Because changing the roof means changing the words changing the words means changing the meaning the Hanif, right. So, this kind of change the 10 keys is not permissible. Now, it's very important that when we recite we recite clearly and properly because sometimes when we're rushing in our recitation, literally we change the order of the hoof and that can change the meaning.

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The second type of thing Key System keys of kalimat calibre, add meaning words, which is to change the order of the words. So for example, Cole, who Allahu Ahad

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Paul, who Allahu Ahad Paul is a kalama and where does that come in the air at the beginning, but if a person says you know, put school right at the end, so, he says, I had Allahu Akbar or he reverses the order completely, then this is also

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this is also forbidden, this kind of changing the order is not permissible. Why? Because again, this is the type of

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this is changing the meaning completely. The third type of thing Key System Kiesel is changing the order of the versus reversing the order of the if.

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Okay, so for example,

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what are the bill of business?

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What comes next Mallika ness, what comes next? It ins then when cedilla was less ohaneze and that he was was abuse looting ness meenal did not even know if a person reverses the order.

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reads it backwards. Okay. So for example, he reads it as

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a he reads it as Manchester was West ohaneze. Okay, and then illa hiddenness this is changing the order, this kind of 10 keys is also allowed or not, not allowed? Not at all, because it's going to change the

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meaning completely. The fourth type of thing cases than keys, a sewer, meaning inversion of the solar So changing the order of the sewers.

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Is this permissible? Yes, it is permissible why because it's proven from the Sunnah of the Prophet sort of artisan and recited. So let's add this app before so let's move on

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okay. Whereas earlier Milan comes first and misac comes next, but he changed the order okay. So, we learned that after deciding boycott the profits or losses and decided to live in Noosa and then he recited and it remained so, he changed the order. Now, why is it that this kind of increase is permissible, because the arrangement of the letters the arrangement of the words the arrangement of the students, sorry, of the if this is all based on Revelation,

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this is all based on revelation This is how the Quran was revealed. This order this arrangement was instructed by who by the prophets Allah said and this is how he taught the Quran to the people. So, this is why we cannot change the order, but when it comes to the arrangement of the soldiers, according to many orders that this was the arrangement that the companions gave, okay, or this was not based on revelation and you know that when the Quran was revealed it was not revealed in this order, okay. So, the Fatiha was not the first order to be revealed was not the second order to be real, right. So, if the arrangement was changed in this way, that when when the most half was put

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together, it was not this was were not arranged in a chronological order, you can say, and this means that the order can also be changed when a person is reciting the Quran, there is no harm in that. But when it comes to the arrangement of the letters of the words of the ayat, and that is based on revelation and that we cannot change alter at all.

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Okay, again, if you skip a few verses in the middle, in the same locker, then it gets confusing.

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Okay, gets confusing. And yes, there might be a link in the meaning but there's a reason why Allah subhanaw taala put those 20 or 55 verses between these

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Okay, so we have to respect the arrangement that our last panel God has given and we cannot change that. However, if you want to recite let's say the first few verses of surah in the first chakra, and then the last few verses of the same surah in the second record, that is fine, but in the same record that is not appropriate.

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have definite Adam and I have done a Sherpa to and I'm going to numerator are similar to other way ology original 11 Thomas Rudin is that a man came to Eben Massoud for color so he said to Moses, Allah, he said, I recited them a fossil

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what are the most hostile tourists from Surah Kahf all the way to saltiness. He said, I recited all of them. And later, in one night filled a carton in one day.

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He said I recited all the Mufasa sutras in one rocker one night for Karna. So even this route set hasn't had the surety you recited all those sutras like sharing like poetry is recited. How is poetry recited sometimes very fast. You know, for example, spoken word poetry. It's, it's read so fast, that, you know, you you lose the person in the middle, you have to pay a lot of attention to make sure that you are getting every word because otherwise you miss so much meaning. All right. So have is to read out, Cheryl to read out poetry quickly

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with Sora Okay, so, he said

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you recited all those songs in one record, like poetry is read fast. He said laqad certainly, I'd love to I know ANOVA in the corresponding sutras Nevada, it is a plural of knowledge. And what does it mean? One that is similar to one that is equivalent to one that is equal to another that matches the another that corresponds with another

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So for example,

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nid the word knit partner equal rival, another synonym for that is

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equivalent, similar to okay. So he said that I know done a lot in the corresponding Sutras, and Leti, which can abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam which the prophets are about is an abuse to jacobina he would join baina hoonah between them. Meaning I know about those sutras which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would join together, meaning their recitation in in his Salah. He will he will join them in his Salah for the Casa he mentioned shalina Surah 10 about 20 Sutras, Milano farsan, from the Mufasa source Surah 10 too soon as the prophets would join together, equally Raka in every locker

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to understand what he's saying that you will read all of the students in wonder car, whereas the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was that he would only read two sutras maximum that he would combine was how many soldiers do only in one rocker.

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Okay, two soldiers from the Mufasa in one rocker. And then even Massoud. He mentioned about 20 soldiers, the prophets of Arsenal would combine meaning to to each of those 20. Okay. In in each rocker. So in another version of the Hadith, which is in a Buddha, would we learn that the prophets Allah Madison would recite, for example, he would join to the masjid. And so the man in wondercon

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surah najem and sort of a man in wondercon, he wouldn't recite, cough najem rock man Walker, you know, 5678 to us in wondercon, no maximum he would join, how many do likewise, he will join sulla robot, which is sort of common, and so to help.

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So they'll come up until it'll help in wondercon. Likewise, he will join Serato to answer to that yet. In wondercon. Likewise, he will join to the worker, and so it's noon, in wondercon. He would join sort of the marriage and and as you're at in wondercon, he would join so 15 and others are

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over 15 and others are in wondercon.

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Likewise, sometimes he would join certain with death and altruism.

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Now, if you notice as soon as the profit sort of artisans joining together

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even this route, he described them as novela if

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they were similar

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However the similar in their meaning.

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So for example, would that fit Muslim men are so similar in meaning.

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So the incentive to piano because they also mentioned both dimension, gender, and now, right the people who didn't other people have now, likewise, he would join to another sort of masala

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Okay, in wonder car, he would recite solo to do Han Solo, the queen in wonder.

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So these were the 20 solos that even Massoud mentioned, how the profits out of Allison would join between them in his prayers, that maximum to in wondercon, not more than that.

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Clear. So what's the sun that we learned from this?

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Maximum to Saurus palette for Raka. And with Sutras,

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those which are similar in their meaning, not necessarily in their length. Because if you think about it, sort of the Han is very long and

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very short compared to it may not that sort of token is a very, very long soda. But it's long compared to sort of the duckweed but the prophets have a lot of cinemas, reading them together. Why? Because the meaning is similar. The message is similar.

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So this is something that we also need to keep in mind. And you see when you recite in this way that you keep the meaning in mind, then what happens? You're you're paying better attention.

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Right? Otherwise, we're just reading without even thinking about what we're reciting.

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Okay, Jaco Jaco, same thing. It's just read in different ways. It's the same word from Karana. What does Khurana mean? To join together? And this is one of the explanations of the word Koran but some scholars have given that it is from the root cause are known to join together because in the Quran, many messages, many, you know, good messages, advice, stories, commands, warnings are combined together. They're mentioned together.

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Okay. Yesterday somebody asked a question that the Imam when he is reciting, okay inggeris Allah, He is reciting the Quran out loud. Okay.

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The one for the person who was praying by himself. Is he supposed to recite the Quran out loud also, in fudger prayer maglie prayer reshot prayer. Now earlier, remember what I mentioned to you that whatever

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rule applies to the Imam it also applies to the moon for it. So keeping that in mind, many scholars, they have said that the moon for it, he can also recite out loud, it is better that he recites out loud, okay, loud in the sense that he can hear himself, not that everybody in the house can hear them. But if the situation is such that it would be better for them to recite silently, then that is also Okay. Okay. So for example, check with me, he said, if a person is praying alone, then he has the choice between reciting out loud or silently, he should look at what is more likely to increase his focus and humility in prayer and do that. So whatever will add to the horseshoe, that is what he

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should do. So for example, in federal prayer, when usually everyone is quiet, and you're reciting out loud, meaning softly in the sense that you can hear yourself, then that helps with reciting out loud specially the long sutras. It helps you, you know, recite correctly pay better attention. But for instance, mother

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or, for instance, Russia, when there are people around you, you might find it, you know, more comfortable to recite softly. So it's up to you really, whatever is helpful for your issue. You may do that. Another question is from this that can a woman do that? Is a woman also allowed to recite loudly even Kodama said a woman may recite out loud in prayers were called on is recite it out loud. But if there are men present and obviously these men are the non Muslim, then she should not recite out loud unless they are her Maha. In which case she may do that.

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Bab Jaco fill me with it referred to kita Jaco he should recite who the masala phylloquinone in the last two

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Raka B fatty hytrel kita

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What should he recite Fatiha? takita What is that sort of idea? Being in the last dude aka the masala should only recite with Surah Al Fatiha not more than that. had that anamosa blue is married color had done Mmm. And yeah here and Abdullahi abeokuta and Abby and an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Can I close with Liberty who feel

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite in lower Salah Phil olena in the first paragraph, be Omen kitabi Surah Fatiha what sort of thing and to sutras meaning a surah in each

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A car sort of thing does not mean that after sort of the factory would decide to sue us, but it means to sue us in total. So once law each in every locker, well federal cartel lane and in the last judoka, Bo Makita, with omocha, meaning only sort of the fact you have what you smear on an idea, and sometimes you will also make us here in Iowa, meaning he would recite it loudly so that we could hear him where you thought we live the recorded oola and he would make the first record long mela, Utah will have artesania that he would not in the second locker meaning the first record would be longer compared to the second record. Well, how can I fit our city? Well, how could episode three

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and this is how he was in a sort of prayer as well as in fingerprint, meaning the first record was longer than the second.

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Now, what's the benefit of this that the first record is longer than the second and in the third and fourth record, are you only reciting sort of that?

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Okay, there is benefit in this that when the Imam is leading, and there are people who are coming in to join Okay, then if the first record is long, then you know, it will help people catch up. Right, more people can join the Salah, and they won't miss the first record, yes.

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Because you see whether the person is emailing or moon credit when he prays in this manner, first record is long, second is slightly shorter, and the last two are only a little fatter. And what happens is that with every rock solid becomes easier.

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It becomes easier because when you begin something at the beginning you have the energy and the motivation. But what happens is that it is only natural that by the end you know as you as you move on, you kind of lose that motivation. So in order to make it easy for people because you have to pray five times a day. Ramadan Yes, with each day, you know, especially the end of Ramadan, it only intensifies. That is a different situation because it's only once a year, but Salah is five times a day.

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So it makes it easier like that you read a lot will be more useful whenever you need to be cool.

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But remember that sometimes the second record may be longer than the first one. There's no harm in that. Maybe that Madhava tequila attack locally when asleep, man hoffa The one who have forgotten what does it mean?

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To keep quiet? We like to have it to keep silent to keep quiet. So the one who keeps silent alcohol or the recitation feels lonely or obsolete in living and so prayer, meaning he does not make that recitation loud. He does not make it audible. Other people cannot hear it whether email or mobile had this an awkward a bit of news or even Carla Harris Nigerian and in our machine and Ramallah technic, Romanian and Abby Martin will go to the hubbub in a Canada sort of my sort of lover in southern Jaco Hillary were asleep. collina karna Minh aina alimta, caraga to lobby at the Saudis we have had many times before. Now, what do we learn in this Hadees that the companions they saw the

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profits of Alison's beard moving in a different way, which meant that he was reciting, but how was he reciting?

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quietly and the shows to us that govern us? Okay, whether Imam moon or Munford, everyone has to recite silently. What's the Hikmah? What's the benefit?

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Okay, everyone can read on their own. In fudger, Muslim, Russia, the Imam is reading and people are listening. But for learning, everyone has to recite themselves. Is there a difference between listening to recitation and reciting yourself?

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What's the benefit? What's the difference? Rather?

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Okay, when you are reading yourself, it helps you pay better attention. Okay.

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It requires more focus. Good. But what about listening? Doesn't that help you focus on?

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It helps you.

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Yes, but sometimes we pay better attention when we are listening.

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Now, you see two prayers, you have to read yourself. Three prayers. You listen to the recitation. So with this, there is a balance. There is a balance, you get to recite yourself. And you also get to listen. If it was only listening, people would not bother to memorize a nickel on themselves. And if it was only reciting, then how would people hear the recitation? I mean, everywhere you don't have put on CDs available.

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Right recording available. Remember the prophets have a lot of them. At certain occasions he asked certain companions, recite the Quran,

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recite the Quran. So this was kind of unusual, you know, just listening

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To the Quran for assets become, you know, very common. So with this that, you know, some prayers, recite yourself other prayers listen to the recitation, there is a beautiful balance. And it also helps with the recitation. She had the love in your brain, he said, it was decreed that recitation in our analysis should be done silently, because the time of these prayers is during the day. And at that time, a person's mind may be preoccupied with a lot of thoughts, as he is busy with his work or trade or manufacturing, meaning he's busy with his work. So he's distracted. If the recitation were to be done out loud, his mind would be distracted. And he would not listen attentively to the Imams

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recitation, because he's not reciting himself, his mind would just wander away. Okay, you'd be thinking about the work, the cooking, you know, the chores, he would not listen to it or devote his attention to it. Rather other things would come to mind and distract him. So he was commanded to recite to himself so that his recitation will make him think and ponder.

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He said, It is well known that if people pray in congregation for louder, so prayer, they should not recite out loud, because then they will distract one another. So, first of all, everyone has to recite, and secondly, everyone has to recite silently. Why is that everyone can pay attention. So both the Imam and the one who is praying behind him are enjoined to recite silently. But with regard to the prayers that are offered during the night, in most cases, people are free from distractions. So the Imam is enjoined to recite out loud, so that others may benefit from his recitation. So for example, that fudger time, you're generally not distracted, because it's just the beginning of the

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day. Right? At magnet, but you're done with your work, mostly, right? So you're not that distracted. And especially remember that this is for the men because they are praying in congregation. So there's a lot of hikma in this, why certain prayers are recited silently and others lovely

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children because he said Allah knows best the reason why it is prescribed to recite out loud in those prayers. The most likely reason and Allah knows best is that at night at the time of prayer people are more likely to benefit from recitation that is done out loud as there are less distractions around them than at any time of the hood and so again same thing he said to me and he said the reason why it is recited out loud is an Allah knows best Firstly, so as to unite the people behind one email. So this is also a benefit for Jewish Muslim Russia when the Imam is reciting everyone is united behind the email because of their united behind one email and listening

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attentively to him that is a better form of unity than if each of them will recite to himself okay. And in order to achieve this the people must all be gathered in one place. Okay, but brain behind one email, listening to his recitation, except in the case of necessity, meaning that is a different situation. So there is Hickman this also but either a smile enamel

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when the Imam a smile, what does a smile I mean, he makes to hear because it's bad if those of you familiar with credit seminar to hear himself as smart or smarter you smell is smart to make someone else hear how would you make someone else hear

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by reading loudly.

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Now in which letter

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is this supposed to be done? Obviously injuries but remember firing is talking about with Salah, silly Salah, the silent prayer which is loaded so that when the Imam recites one ayah here and there out loud so that the people can hear him have them hammer the music was Arey you had this near him because he didn't have any of the law have no data and ability and an abuse of the law where he was lm kinda Jacobian military was working Morocco Kartini

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that the prophets are about Islam would recite with sort of the Fatiha a surah with it in the first to Taka min. So that was an atrocity in the world. And so prayer, when you smear on a hand and and at times it would also make us here and I will kind of plead the fifth McCarthy una and he would make the first Sarkar long we have read similar Hadith earlier the message is clear, that you thought we live with regard to Allah making the first look our long meeting and all the prayers every prayer, whether it is felt or it is sooner, whether it is fudger or it is whether a person is reading himself or he is leading as a man, what has to be done, that the first record should be

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longer compared to the second one. And this is especially when a person is leading others. Why make the first car long so that more people can catch the first car had the sooner A man has done a sham and yeah, hit me up

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Catherine rnrb Let me have you heard Erica and Abby and then the beans that Allahu alayhi wa sallam Can you talk to them and so that delivery, when you hear that the prophets of Allah sent him his way was that he would make the first stroke are long and the second record short, in which Allah, Allah, Tanya, and he would make the second record short. We have argued that ecofys fees will lead to suffering. And he would also do that in the future.

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That joining me between

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now after recitation, remember how he is talking about that mean? What does that mean?

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To say I mean, so the next few Bab will be about the issue of I mean, so general Imam, the Imam,

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he is doing job, meaning he's saying out loud, what is he saying out loud with that mean? Meaning that that mean, saying? I mean, so the Imam saying, I mean, allowed, when, after reciting surah, Al Fatiha that he says it as loud as he recited certain Fatiha.

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You understand? Now, majority of the scholars they're of the opinion that the man should we should say that I mean out loud,

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out loud, so that the people behind him can hear him say I mean,

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and there are only a few scholars, for example, hanifa automatic, who said that they either I mean should not be said at all, or that it should be said silently, for we see that majority of the Hadees What do they prove

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that the mean should be said out loud?

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How should it be said out loud? And now he said that I mean, it's soon as for every worshiper

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after sort of the fact that meaning, whether a person is praying himself or email or saying mean is sooner for everyone, whether he is leading the prayer or is following an email or praying alone for men, women and children.

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Men have to say I mean, women also have to say I mean and children should also be taught to say, I mean many children they love to say me

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whether they are praying standing up or they are praying sitting down or they are praying lying down

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whether they are praying an obligatory prayer or ineffable prayer, whether the prayer is one in which it is recited silently or out loud, meaning the whole prayer or maglio prayer every single time that there is no difference of opinion concerning this among any of our companions, because I mean is a part of certain paths.

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Because the prophets of onset have said that when the Imam says let him know lupeol he would have done it then you should say I mean,

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another Hadees tells us that when the Imam says at the angels say I mean, so what does it mean saying I mean, it's a part of sort of the Fatiha so when a person is required to say certain Fatiha in every prayer, prayer is invited without a recitation of Surah Fatiha that means, saying, I mean is also necessary.

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And now, we also said that, if the prayer is one in which will is recited silently,

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remember two kinds of Paradise one in which God is recited silently and the other which is recited loudly. He said, If the Quran is recited silently, then the Imam and others should say I mean, silently

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following the manner of recitation, and if it is a prayer in which is recited out loud, then it is supposed to help for the members of the congregation to say out loud, there is no difference of opinion on this point. What color of thought on a thought said Amina da on I mean, is the

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meaning saying I mean, this is

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because what does that mean mean? It means a long list. Oh Allah

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accept our da, answer our da This is what I mean means. So, certain factor at the end, what are you doing? You're making $1 right. Robin was the theme sarafa Latina and uncanny

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valley This is a doll. So when you make other What do you say Oh Allah Please accept. And how do you say that in Arabic by saying I mean and what is the correct way of pronouncing the word I mean?

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Is it mean with a shutter on the mean?

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No, if you say if you put a shadow on the mean and mean then what does that mean?

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And mean and bait? Those intending? Okay, those intending so I mean means it's isn't Gemma. Okay? Those who are intending to do something

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That's not what we mean. Okay, likewise the person's I mean,

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what does that mean? I mean,

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trustworthy. This is what me

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Alec has an add on it. meme has no shadow and after the meme is uh, yeah, I mean, so it's necessary to pronounce it correctly just as we pronounce the word that sort of Fatiha correctly. So, I mean must also be pronounced correctly and when Abu Zubaydah Now over here on Buhari is mentioning different statements or more on the heart or portions of ahaadeeth that he will mention later a Magna Zubaydah

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it means obey the Amana meaning he said I mean, he said I mean woman wha hoo and also those behind him beating those who are praying behind him. So mmm and Mahmoud all of them are saying I mean, had the until in Melville must gt ledger. That for the masjid was a ledger meaning an echoing sound. It was so loud that I mean everyone is saying I mean together that it was almost echoing it could be heard everywhere in the masjid even outside the masjid.

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So, what do we learn from this that the Imam and the moon, everyone should say? I mean, out loud when the Salah is God.

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Okay, and remember that this is the only statement in the entire sweater that the moon is required to say with the email.

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Okay. Otherwise when the Imam is reading, saying out loud, the moon was supposed to be listening. So for example, if the man says Allahu Akbar, mom should not say, Allahu Akbar, no, he's listening.

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You understand? When the Imam is reciting Surah Fatiha, what is better that he is listening? Right? But when the man was saying, I mean, then the mom should also say, mean?

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Why, in order to get the reward? What is that reward? inshallah we'll find out? How many times it happens that as women, when we're praying in a congregation behind the men,

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then some women, they hesitate in saying, I mean, should they say I mean, I should not say any. Okay, if they say I mean, there is reward, because if you remember the Hadith, that the angels also say, I mean, if you I mean, coincides with the mean of the angels years past sins are forgiven? How could you miss that opportunity? And at the same time, if you say, I mean, you wonder that, you know, if the man makes a mistake, then you're not supposed to say anything you're supposed to clap. Right? The man says panela, and the women clap. Right? So what are you supposed to do? Can you make your me audible? Do you say it out loud or not? It depends on the situation.

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If the men are many, the women are many. There is no harm in saying I mean out loud, out loud as in

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so that you're able to hear yourself. Not that you start shouting. Okay. But take advantage of that opportunity and say, I mean, but if let's say the situation is such that your husband's friend is there. Okay. So there are two men, and there are two women brain behind them.

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And in that situation, if you start saying I mean out loud, you feel awkward, uncomfortable, then in that situation, don't say it very loudly, very softly, like,

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but still say it. But unfortunately, many women they don't say I mean, at all.

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They don't say I mean at all.

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Whereas they should say it, because there's nothing preventing them. Okay. And if they don't say they're only depriving themselves off a great opportunity. What kind of a burrata unanimous manner? Let the foot Navy. I mean, who are you used to? You used to call out Who? The man the man.

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And what would he say to the email? Let the foot nice ebme deputy from fote meaning Don't make me miss that amin

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pray slowly so that I can catch up with you. And I don't miss the I mean,

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he wanted to make sure he was part of the prayer when the Imam said I mean

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now When did this happen? You remember that when Milan was the amount of Medina

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he would lead the people in prayer. Abu huraira Buddha used to live in Medina at the same time also.

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Now Marwan would being a traveler, he was not as a hobby. He was appointed as the maid and he would lead the people in prayer.

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On the other hand, as a hobby, he would not leave lead to people in prayer.

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Okay, but I would I don't know, I know what he would do is that when the comma was pronounced he would go around making sure that the rules are strict.

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He would make sure that the rules are straight.

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Number one, what did we learn earlier about him cevennes ever told him What's wrong with you you recite such short solos.

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So we learned that Marwan what was his habit, that he would rush the prayer.

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He would rush the prayer, he would recite the Quran very quickly, which is why he selected very short sutras.

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So what would Marwan do? The comma is pronounced immediately he would begin this letter, he would recite Fatiha very quickly, a short surah and go into record and you want to make sure that jamara is being performed properly, you would go around straightening the rules and sometimes by the time he would join the congregation, sort of it would be

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this is how fast one would lead the prayer.

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So Butera sometimes used to call out to Marwan that read slowly, don't let me Miss Amin.

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Does that tell you anything about?

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Yes, look at his humility.

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If we were in that position, what would we say? either let me be ma'am. Or you know what, I'm gonna go somewhere else.

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Because I am more worthy of this position than you. And if you cannot give me something that fits me, then I'm sorry, I cannot work with you. I cannot cooperate with you. Look at the humidity.

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Okay, you don't make me well, nevermind,

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nevermind, I will do something else to get reward, I will do something else to make sure that people are upon the sooner that people are worshipping Allah subhanaw taala properly, if I cannot lead them, then at least I can make sure that they are performing the Salah properly, whatever contribution he could make, he made it

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look at the humility of the Sahabi.

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And this is a very, very beautiful quality that you know successful people have in their lives

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in their personality, that if I cannot do this, then Okay. I will do something else. But I will not sit idle.

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I will not boycott for the sake of boycotting.

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Because there is no ego over there. Right.

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But from this, we see that available our annual how eager he was to be there for me. Because he wanted to make sure that he also said I mean, why do reap the benefits? Well, Colin, if you're an NFL that kind of role model, even though I knew he used to lay Yeah, the EU, he would not leave it not leave what

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saying I mean, meaning you would always say it.

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Well hold on

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your hope to help lead to encourage to incite. So he would also encourage them meaning you would encourage the people also do never leave mean

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that he will tell the people say I mean don't leave it was a mere two men who and I heard from him who saying this nefarious saying that I heard from even remotely that iica concerning that. Hi, Iran. Or how about on

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Iran or Iran? If we understand this as high Iran, what does it mean? Good. Meaning never is saying I heard even say many good things about saying a mean after sort of the fact.

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And if we understand this, if we read this as cover, then cover would mean news, meaning I have heard many, many traditions from even among many reports, concerning saying, I mean, after sort of fattier.

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Now over here, you might see Why are there two versions and this is not the first time that we're coming across this

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or you're also in terms of happens at what I have in front of me is different from what you have in front of yourself.

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And sometimes I see that the word is slightly different, or it's the same that just the pronunciation is different to for example, yackety Yak Kuru hydrocarbon and if you look at the words tight on carbon, and what's the difference?

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Just one dot

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just one dot. That's the difference. Okay. I remember that when Mr. Bahari when he

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when he compiled his book, he didn't say okay, people come and copy this book for me.

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No, he would go city to city. And he would teach his book, how would he teach it? He would read it out to the people from where from his memory.

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And the students that will be sitting in front of him, what would they do writing away? And when they are writing, then what's happening?

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Obviously, you hear a word, you know, for example, with a well, and sometimes you hear it without a well, you know, you heard it one way somebody else heard it another way.

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Okay. So this is the reason why what happened was that certain students have a number hudy. They're very versions of Buhari, they became popular.

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Okay, so we have, you know, for example, the version of a particular student of mumble hottie that is what it became known by another version. Okay. of a student of Mr. Bahari, that is what it became known by. But if you compare them, it's not like the differences are drastic, no, they're not major. They're not major. They're very, very minor.

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Okay. And you might say that, okay, but however higher there is, there's, you know, when you're hearing this, there's a difference, there is a huge difference. And if people cannot distinguish between hover and high, then you wonder, is the rest of it reliable?

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You know, this kind of thought a question, doubt may come in your heart. Remember another thing, but when people would write, they would not necessarily put the scale.

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And even now, when Arabs, they write their Arabic, they don't put the sheet, you don't always find it. Right? So when that the scale is not there, it's very easy to, you know, think of one.as, two dots.

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Okay, it's very easy to think of two dots as one dot.

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And if you think about it, when the Arabic text is read, okay, and this you will find in many places when the Arabic text is read, sometimes, one text may be read in two different ways. But it's giving the same meaning.

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It's giving the same meaning.

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Okay, for example, the the book.

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Okay, this book, I was reading it with someone. And many times it happened that when I would read with them, I would read it in one way. And they would say, No, no, it's not this way, this way. And then she would be like, no, what you read is also fine. You can also read it this way. This way, that way, it's okay. So for example, your crew, your crew, it's the same.

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It's the same it just depends on the reader how he reads it. Now one person when he put the skill on Buhari, he put the Aquino another person when he put the sheet he put a Karuna means the same thing.

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Okay. So, whenever we come across these differences, remember why these differences are there. And also remember that now 100 Allah you know, what, when you read the chart of Buhari the explanation, then you will find all the differences, you know, the one who has done the explanation he has put them together

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so that you can have a broader understanding. So have no doubts over here inshallah. So what do we learn from this statement of NAFTA, that even Irma, what was his habit that he would never leave? I mean, and he would encourage the people to say, I mean, and he said that I have heard many good things or many reports concerning the importance of saying

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he doesn't have a lot of new use of color automatic Anubis, you haven't I'm sorry, the Messiah. What are we selling attorney Abdul Rahman and Nemo ma? Allahu Allahu ala Abu huraira, who he narrated that and then obviously the longer you send them call either unmannerly Eman

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when the Imam says I mean either a man or a man when the Imams, Amana, he says me for amino, then you should also say I mean, why for innaloo for indeed he man word for kata mean who whoever's that mean, corresponds with that mean and melodica that that mean of the angels? Who Fiona who might have gotten the means and then all his previous sins will be forgiven? What kind of mushy heaven will calculus will realize that along with a sudden miracle, and I mean, even she had said the profit or loss and I would say that mean how, by saying, I mean, not mean or mean or amen? No, I mean,

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now, what do we learn in this Hadees? Notice the words he that many email when the Imam says I mean, then you should also say I mean, some people they misunderstood this as the Imam should say I mean first, and then the people should say us

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But this is not the way. What it means is that when he reaches the point of mean, which is what the end of sort of the fact they have laid him off to be lovely when he reaches the point of that mean? Or when I mean, it's supposed to be said, then you should also say, I mean,

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along with the email, because the angels also say I mean at that time.

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Now, what do we learn over here? People can only say, I mean, at the same time, as the man is that mean is loud. So, the web, generally, man, I mean, proven.

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People can only say out loud with a man if they hear him say,

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and they can only hear him say I mean if he said it out loud. So the man must say me out loud in the jerris Allah. Now, what do we learn about the angels from this Hadees

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that they listen to? The recitation, the Salah, of the worshiper, they witness it, they listen to it, so much so that when a person reaches the end of sort of that they have

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the angels also say Annie.

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Secondly, we see that the angels also follow the Imam.

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Because when the man says, mean, not when the womb for it says, if a person is praying for Allah by himself, and he's reciting Surah Fatiha. Angels won't say I mean at that point, but when the Imam is reading, then the angels will say, so what does it show to us?

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The importance of jamara congregation that floodlit that mean the excellence the virtue, their award, the benefit of seeing me, had the center of the law, having the use of a foreign American abilitynet analogy and a vehicle a lot of the Allahu anhu under Masuda lies, no longer do cinema call it a color I had to come in, when one of you says, mean, what quality Mullah eager to fish summer, me and the angels in the sky. This is Amin.

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Imagine you're saying I mean here, and the angels up there are saying I mean, at the same time, why because the angels here the recitation of the email for a wealth of the human ofa. And one of them corresponds with the other meaning, both say I mean simultaneously at the same time, who who for whom, and

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then all his past sins will be forgiven. So this is a great opportunity.

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Imagine all of his past sins will be forgiven. Obviously, from other texts, we learned that this is the minor sins, you see major sins, when a person commits them he knows.

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Or at least they're easily,

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you know, identify,

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it's easy to recognize them, it's easy to point them out major sins, because we know about the major sins. But the minor sins are which ones.

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If I asked you to list minor sins, you wouldn't be able to Why? Because there are those sins, which we don't even consider to be sent.

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We belittle them, we don't think too much about them. And these are the little things which are collected just like a group of people go and collect pieces of what one person gets to another person gets three other person gets one, and when all of them are put together there enough to create a huge fire. So likewise, minor sins here, they're here, they're there enough to destroy a person. So this is a great benefit that if a person says I mean at that time, then all his previous sins are forgiven that gentleman mean saying I mean, allowed by people following an email.

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Job saying aloud, what, by who? Was

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the follower? The person praying behind the email? What is the mom saying out loud? That mean? I mean, so a man has to say out loud, what about the people behind him? Had the center of the law hypno muslimah and medic, answer Megan molar of evoking and bizarrely and Abby Herrera and Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam upon either carnal Eman. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said when the Imam says laden must be on a wall of Berlin for kulu me

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then you should all say I mean, for in the woofer indeed he man whoever wherever cupola who is his Cole, he's saying corresponds with olan melodica the saying of the angels the actions of the angels, meaning it coincides with your Allah who met him in Zambia, all his previous sins will be forgiven. There were whom were hammered normally in the settlement and later on in the

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It's a lot harder to sell them, when do I even have much middle and who do I know over here basically, when parties mentioning other chain have the same hobbies. Now this Hadees is more complete, it clarifies further, how the amine has to be pronounced that I mean has to be said with the Imam and the angels. And that will be when, when the Imam says late in the loop era him would have been him after that. So it means together.

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a man will say loudly,

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Obviously, you have to hear him say, okay, so as soon as he begins, then you say, Don't proceed him. Don't say I mean before

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the email. Why? Because if you say it before him, you're not saying with him?

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Likewise, if you said after him, you're not saying it with him. When can a person say I mean with the man

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when he's really paying attention?

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Right? When he's really paying attention, he's waking by the amount that I don't want to bother me. And as soon as he is, he will say.

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So this reward is only for those who pay attention. And this is also a reminder for those who are leading, they should say I mean, loud and clear, so that the people behind them can say I mean, loud and clear. So if your brother husband, son, you know, someone leads whether at home or in a congregation, then remind them to say I mean loudly so that other people can

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take benefit.

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Now with this, the above concerning that mean, they're concluded any question about me? Before we continue?

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It's the same thing. But when a group of women are praying together, same thing, that the woman who's the who's leading, she thinks out loud, and she will also say, I mean, out loud, just as you recited to her, and the women were with her. They should also say I mean, with her at the same time, though.

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Now NPM what is it that we have learned so far?

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about is if they're about where the hands should be about the R word about sort of the Fatiha right about karate recitation, I mean,

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what's after

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so with regards to core in Omaha, it says Bab EDA, Raka Duna Sufi, when someone does rocor Duna Sufi

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Duna, what does Duna mean? Behind behind the stuff?

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So, people are praying together in his stuff, okay. And a man comes in order to join the gym. And he sees that the people are in record. So he goes into record at the door of the machine. And he walks in the position of record to the south, and he joins them. Why would he do that? Because he wants to join the prayer as soon as possible so that he does not miss any reward. But is this permissible? Let's find out. had that anamosa is Marian Allah had dishonor her ma'am. And what was the add on in Hudson and Aviva kurata. And who that indeed Who? Abubakar, a companion, indeed he into an abyss Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what will occur while

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he was Rocky, meaning the prophets of Larson was in record. So by the time he reached the jamara, the profits of audition was in record

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for a car, so he went into the core cover before and yesterday enough that he joined the soft Esalen from Botswana. What does masala mean to join? So before even he joined the role, he went into record? He went into record and then he joined us off further karateka interview Salalah alayhi wa sallam. He mentioned that to the profits of a lot of them that I did this is it okay?

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For Carlos, so he said, Zelda cola who his son? What

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zedekiah may increase you from zyada

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Allahu Allah, May Allah increase you his son in zeal and enthusiasm and greed, greed, for what? reward? May Allah increase your zeal one after, but don't repeat this meaning don't do this again.

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This is not right. You should join the sub first and then go into the core or such that or whatever position the congregation is in.

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So what do we learn from this?

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That it is not allowed to do that?

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And that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam First of all, look at how beautiful

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The profits or losses, endless correcting if you said no, no, this is not right, this is wrong, you should not do it. You see the profit sort of artists have understood the mentality of why they're doing something. he appreciated the enthusiasm. he appreciated the zeal and he gave him the all male only increase you and your resume. However, being overzealous over here, that is not appropriate. So don't do this.

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Abu Bakr Ah,

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this is different from Abu Bakr.

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Okay, this is Abu Bakar.

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Now, some people they have used this hadith to prove, and this is a very common opinion and opinion held by many famous scholars that based on this Hadith, if a person joins the in the record, then he has got the record,

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you understand? Because he didn't want to miss the record. So you went on record and then walked up to the SFX

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Why? Because he wanted to catch that record.

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Okay. So, this is why they said that if a person joins the GMR in record, then he has not missed the record he does not need to repeat it.

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However, as popular this opinion is and as

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you know, popular this hadith is Do you know that that opinion is based on it's necessary to understand this Hadees? First of all, we see that the reason why Boubacar did this was because he was eager to join the prayer so as to not miss any more of it. How do we understand this? The words of the prophets have a lot of settling zadock Allah who his son, okay. And if it was understood as not missing the protocol, then that is not kind of his that's the exact opposite, that you don't want to repeat an entire car.

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You will have to do less, we understand it's the opposite of his, his means you want to get as more as possible.

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But when you're just joining and record, you missed the entire can. You've lost on a major part of the prayer.

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Okay, so that's the exact opposite of the his.

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His you understand, you get my point. So the prophets of about Islam, his words they show, the reason why I did this was because he was eager for reward. Okay. Secondly, we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him not to do this, again,

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not to do this, again, which shows that it is not permissible.

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do enter the Salah in this way. What, that you go into court and then join the SFX which means that if a person does that, that he goes into the court and then joins us off, that he's doing something that is prohibited, because the profits on a lot of them forbade he's doing something that is prohibited them. Okay? And if he's doing something that is prohibited, how can a broken Upsala be accomplished by doing something prohibited?

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You understand? Like, for example, a person wants to give gifts.

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Okay, can he get the reward of South Africa by doing something prohibited? Like for example, he goes and steal somebody's money. This is how and then he gives that inside the How would he get the reward of sadaqa? No, why? Because he's doing that by doing something prohibited

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okay. So, when alberca entered the salon in this way, his record was not valid.

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His record was not valid, because the profits of a lot of them forbade him later from doing that right. So, his record was not valid.

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So, this is why this Hardys cannot be used as proof for a record being complete by catching the record. And thirdly, another evidence is that there is no mention of whether or not

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you know, performed that record later or not, when there is no mention we cannot assume anything.

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We have we cannot take this as evidence. We have to find something else as evidence. And what is evidence for us. The fact that in every rocker Surah Fatiha has to be recited.

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Either a person recited himself or he hears a recitation of the email. And there's many ways to prove that and you've come across so many of them. And if a person joins a solid in record, and he missed Fatiha when he missed Fatiha, then his record was not complete. When his record was not complete, what does it mean he has to make it up later. So both of these opinions exists. And as you can see, one is more popular. But when you analyze the Hadees the proof that has been taken, it seems like the other isn't

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More strong, a low Harlem

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bad it's magnatech beautiful record.

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It's mammoth duck, beautiful record it man, what does it mean to complete a duck? With that we've seen a low Aqua federal court in record. What does it mean by this, it means that when a person is going into the core, he should complete saying that the clean when

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when he enters the room, so it shouldn't be that it says Allahu Akbar,

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he straightens his hands, and then he goes down into the No, he should say, Allahu Akbar, and at the same time do record and by the time he goes into the position of record, he should complete saying that at least

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understand, so that the query should not be before going down into the core, nor should it be after going down into the code, it should be started when the person is going down to the core and it should be completed when

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when he reaches the position of record. Now of course there will be times when it's a little up and down, no big deal. Okay. Another understanding of this Bab some scholars have said that what am Buhari meant was it meant to be refilled record is that that that could be rot or complete with the bill of record.

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Now, in Salah, in every rocker, there are a certain number of tequila, right? So for example, when you begin to sort of Allahu Akbar, then when you go down into Dooku, Allah when you get up from record, you don't say Allahu Akbar. But what do you say, semi Allah do and then when you go into such that Allahu Akbar, when you get it from such that Allah when you go down to such that in Allah when you get it from such then to the second chakra again Allah right, so there's a certain number of that we rot.

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And they will only be complete when the beer is pronounced for Roku. So what imambara is proving over here is that the beats should be sad when going into record.

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It should be sad when going into the group earlier what we learned at the beginning of this book was raising of the hands here we're learning about pronouncing that

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Allah who are best even our best at this and in the views on a lot videos I learned from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and fee Malika Coronavirus. And there is another narration of management that proves this. Now, what are those personal qualities I mentioned them on over here. He just got them as evidence. Okay. Now the statement of women are battling over I know that comes later in bed at the parliament has to do that. Remember, he's just referring to here but the complete version will be mentioned later. And the hadith of Madigan Heraclitus that is also mentioned later in Bab and MK Venus such the thing looks like Venus such a thing the sitting between two such this. So he's just

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referring to those proofs over here. Had the thing that is helpful was Italy. You had this in a holiday, I needed junaidi. And I will either unmute Olive and Iran of near Hussein in other Salama Mara allegion. There'll be a lot more and so imagine when Hussein he said that he prayed with our little dilemma and who bill at bussola

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for powders and then he said that Corona had allegedly this man reminded us Slaton of the prayer couldn't nanosized li her which we used to pray masala su de la he sort of love wrestling with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam for the color. And he mentioned that under who Cana that he used to you could build he would say that the clear couldn't lemma Rafa Baku lemma, every time he got up. And every time he went down,

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every time he got up, and every time he went down, when the person is going down, what does it mean either is going down to the court or is going down to such them. So he said that

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when doing that, and every time he got up when a person is getting up, he's either getting up from such that, or he's getting up from the Shahada, or he's getting up from record. So he said that. Now obviously for record, it's understood that you don't say a language but you say, send your loved one. Right. So

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remind me Hussain said about the press or the lotto I know he reminded me of the prayer of the prophets of

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the prophets that a lot of them every time he went up or down, what would he say? Allahu Akbar. So from this, we learned about the obligation of the fleet, that each time a person shifts from one location of Sadat to another. duckweed has to be pronounced because this is what the prophets of Allah said, and it had this an arrow below him the use of color of modern American English he has an obese element and Avi Rayleigh, and who can easily be him who never knew once he was praying with them for your cup bill. And he would say that that could be good no matter how far the water far every time he went down, and he got up. So again, look for such

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Getting up from there every time he did that he would set the grid for it and then when he finished meaning when he finished the prayer, Allah He said in me indeed I let ash Babu come

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shortly as Shiva who

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one who resembled most come among you, Slaton in prayer bill Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with the messenger of a loss of meaning. My prayer

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is the most similar to the prayer of the prophets otherwise, meaning amongst all of us present here. The way I performed the prayer was the way the prophet SAW a lot of things used to perform the prayer. Is he showing off over you

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know, he's teaching them that my prayer resembles the prayer of the prophets that allows them because I saw him pray like this, I heard him and I memorize that way and that is how I perform the prayer. I asked him, I learned from him so you should follow me and what is it that he was teaching them here that going whenever transitioning from one position to another, what should be set

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back it's mandated benefits to do completing the field in such the same thing that when a person is going down into sajida he should pay the bill in such a way that begins and ends you know, in that manner and secondly,

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the spirit of Saturday. If they are not pronounced then that will not have the solid or incomplete

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Okay, they're not complete. Have the center of a man or a woman I'm glad of new god I'm methodic Sydney Abdullah para ser lado Hellfire live near Vitaly, so motorists, he said that I prayed behind it even have your logo on who I know we're in Ronda Hussein I underlined when her say Okada either. sajida Cabo. So early, when he went down into such that he kabara he said that we were either of our servo and when he raised his head, meaning when he got up Kabbalah again, he said that we were either now domina Kartini, when he got up from the to Dhaka, meaning from the T shirt. Again, kabara. He said the takbeer fella, Otto salata. Then when he finished the prayer, when the prayer

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was over the other bat, he took my hand who are inaudible Hussein, Iran, bin Hussein, held my hand, who's saying this?

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Because nobody upset that I in Iran, but Hussein prayed behind it. And he described the prayer off early.

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So after the prayer, Rahman Hussein grabbed the hand of motorists. And he said for Karla, and he said Khadija caroni hadda this man reminded me of salata, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of the prayer of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. ohada or he said La Casa La Vina Salatu Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he prayed with us the prayer of the prophets of Allah Salah. So again, we learned from this that that will not have to be pronounced for such they had the center of neuroendocrine shaman and ambition and curriculum at Apollo eight Rajan reclaimer, who is a

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student of also having Which one?

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Even our best, we'll do that one. Okay. So basically my he said, that we're at La Jolla, and I saw a man

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in the macom, near the macom, which is this maqam Ibrahim so where's this in Makkah in the huddle? He said I saw a man he was praying Salah near them a calm you could build and he was saying that could be feet could have been what a friend what either karma what either What are he said that that could be in each half what is half mean?

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Coffee, lots of coffee or coffee, but one that brings down so half going down one offering going up what are common and when he stood up from a sitting position

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what he does and when he put down meaning when he went down from standing position okay. So half what

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it refers to the record

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half and rough refers to the record and karma will da refers to getting up from such dangerous standing position or from sitting position and what are going down into such a different standing position.

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You understand?

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Because half refer is to bring down, bring up okay, and comma, stand up. Obviously you stand up from what sitting position or says the position

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of nervous, he said I told him

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nervous about this, that I saw this man saying that we every time

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Allah, Allah, Allah even our verse, he said, Oh Elisa tilaka skeleton abuso de la hora de la mala. He said, Is this not the prayer of the messenger? So a lot of this Allah la mala you have no mother.

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What's wrong with you? Of course.

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Now law Oh my luck. What does it mean? May you have no mother? Meaning may you lose your mother.

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Now, if you take this expression literally, it's very harsh.

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But we see that this expression mean, you hear quite often in many ahaadeeth. Right? Also tequila,

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tequila to Maki that may your mother lose you may your mother lose you so that she becomes sad, and grieves over your loss. The prophets a lot of them said this to a companion, you know?

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What does this teach us about expressions

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that they should not be taken literally.

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Okay, it's very important to not take expressions literally.

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Because if you start taking them literally, then I mean this expression also seems very offensive, whereas the companions are saying that the province of a lot is missing them. So, we see that when it comes to language, really, you have to keep in mind how it is that people understand certain words. How is it that they understand certain expressions? Do they take them literally? Or do they not take them the tree?

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Okay, you have to see what is maruf? What is culturally acceptable?

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Okay, so for example, if someone says to you in English, may your mother die?

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I mean, this is very offensive. How dare you this you're making law against me? You could almost say that this is a sin.

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This is extremely bad manners. This is a one of the worst etiquettes that you're praying for the death of someone's mother.

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In our culture, not acceptable at all. But in that culture at that time, if someone says no Moloch then it's not to be taken the truth I go, okay.

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in English people say What the *?

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It's quite common. Now, personally, I hate this expression. Because * is very serious to me.

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You can't trivialize health by using *, *, * all the time on every little thing. Right? But if you start taking this expression literally every time then you'll be very disturbed when you speak to teenagers, and you won't be able to carry any conversation with them because you'd be offended every time they speak to you.

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Right? So this is a very important point that we have to understand when we're dealing with people don't take expressions literally.

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So in this headings, what do we learn that even above or below or new he approved the action of this man which was saying that we would every movement, okay, Bab attack v.com in a suit, saying that that beat when rising from the sajida meaning from when getting up from the such the

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have the sentiment signal is married on a hammer and kata and a crema? Same incident but different narrations or different words and different details. All of a sudden a 200 fashion beam aka reclaimer said that I prayed behind a shave.

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Meaning an elderly man be Makkah atmaca in Makkah, the earlier Hadith What was that? Saying that someone was praying by the arm? This tells us that he was praying behind him behind them account. Okay, for Kabbalah. So he did the

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same thing anyway. shereena took 22 times.

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He did that with 22 times in the South Africans live near Boston in no work. So I said to even our guys this man's crazy He saved me 22 Tyler massada for color even adverset psychiatrica omac May your mother lose you Sonata costume is Allahu alayhi wa sallam this was the son of Abu Carson meaning of the prophets of Allah. Allah

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Allah Musa had definite event.

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Now who was this man who was praying like this? It was Abu right.

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Okay, as we learn from other reports at the same incident, a blu ray to perform this on I like this every time he got up one down. He said that that could be and how many times was it in total

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22 times how in every locker There are five that we right now obviously one of them is some your lovely man Hermida.

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Okay, how are there five? First of all, when you go down into the pool,

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okay? Secondly, when you get up from ruku, you don't see a long overdue system, we are learning on how to but you know, when you have only one thing different than you just generalized

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third, that leaders when going down into such a de force that leaders wouldn't getting up from such them. And the fifth graders when going down into the second sector, so repeat again,

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going into record getting up from record going down to search the getting up from search, and then

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going down into second search, then multiply that by

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five, actually the record leave that that's not part of the five, okay, when you get up from such that, the second such that, that is what

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the fifth one, erase everything start again, going into the core, going into Saturday,

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getting up from surgery, then

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going down to second such

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getting up from second such though 556. Okay, now this is something that is consistent throughout the photocopier. So how many do you have 20. Now what are these two more? Firstly, the first attribute that's 21. And then, when you get it from the second rocker, you say a lot, but when you get it from such that you sit in the shower, you sit the child and then you stand up and you say, Allahu Akbar. So that's another key. So how many 22?

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So 22 takfiri, Rod reclame. I heard him say,

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and he said, What's going on? And he said, if

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he was very quick to fast, it, you know, a judgment.

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And he didn't even realize I was a companion of the Prophet. And he was right. And even our boss got more upset with him. He said

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earlier in the other report, we learned a lot on Moloch This is a Sunnah of the prophets of Allah Islam. Isn't this how the prayer is supposed to be performed?

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So what do we learn from this? Just because we don't know something? Just because we see somebody doing something we don't know about. Don't think they are wrong.

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Don't think they are wrong? Don't just assume that you know better just because you studied a little bit of physical solder once upon a time so you think you were a master for cazzola?

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Okay, mean things that you know are incorrect. That's different. But again, don't say things like no.

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Okay. And secondly, when you don't know about something, don't be quick. You know, to say this is wrong. This is not part of solid This is against us on that note, be patient over there and find out research and when you find out investigate, you might learn something new. How does your hair bouquet color doesn't relate and rotate. Originally she had called Veronica creamy random inherit and Elsa Mirabella. yaku is Atlanta Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in a coma in a society when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would stand for prayer who said you Capitol Hill Jacobi would say to me when he would stand somebody in a car then he would say that video when he would go down into the

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courtroom iakovos me a lovely man Hamilton when he would get up from record he would say to me I love him and him either Haney or Pharaoh when he would lift up Salva Salva who has back meaning when he would straighten his back in other words, get it from recording to standing position he would say somewhere along even hermina minakari from the rocker. So my guru then he would say well we'll call him well he will be standing grab banana column called Abdullah It was early and late while I called him he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would say robina works in one direction or another in another direction. And

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then he would say that we do and he would yahoo yahoo he wanted me to come down. So when he would go down into such depth, do you have Yeah, we

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Yeah, we were Yeah, we Yeah, we okay. So my Yakubu here for so then he would against it agreed when he would lift up his head. So my yoga studio, then he would say that we when he would go down to such that somebody would come in here. So then he would say that again when he would get up from his meeting when he would lift up his head. So we have our radical political leader. And he would repeat this he would say this in the entire prayer head directly ahead until he completed the prayer where you can be in a coma. And he would also say that when when he would stand up. me nothing Taney, Bardo Judas from the Tula car after Judas after sitting position, meaning after the shower after the

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first gentleman he would get up he would also say that we so this hadith clarifies how it was 22 tequila. So what do we learn that these 22 tequila

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are essential if a person misses leaves any of them out that his Salah is deficient in is lacking in is incomplete. Now inshallah we will learn about the core.

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Okay, so this was a little bit about going into the core, first of all, how do you go into court? Not away from the south? And secondly, you have to say that we now when you go into court, where do you put your hands? What do you say into court inshallah, we will learn about that in the next class inshallah. And for that, remember that in due course, also there are certain cards that have to be said. So, you're going to be getting a new sheet very soon. Okay, in Java, so make sure that whatever you want to memorize, especially if it's too far, okay, at least one at least one, if not all of them at least one. Okay, so let's aim to complete the memorization tomorrow in schelotto give

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you some time to memorize. So panicle one will be handed Mashallah either in the antenna stock rucola to Blake Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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