Bukhari 120 The Characteristics of the Prayer Hadith 790 801

share this pageShare Page
Taimiyyah Zubair

Channel: Taimiyyah Zubair

Series:

Topics: Akhlaq,Hadith

Episode Notes

Episode Transcript

© No part of this transcript may be copied or referenced or transmitted in any way whatsoever. Transcripts are auto-generated and thus will be be inaccurate. We are working on a system to allow volunteers to edit transcripts in a controlled system.


00:00:00--> 00:00:03

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu How y'all doing?

00:00:04--> 00:00:08

Did you renew the guys? Yeah. Did you read them to one another?

00:00:09--> 00:00:11

Every single person?

00:00:14--> 00:00:23

Okay, hamdulillah What about the first one a llama buried Laney Did you read that to one another? Not today. Okay. When are you going to have your groups next?

00:00:25--> 00:00:32

Okay, essential on Monday, make sure that everybody reads along with everybody. Okay, who's your group in charge?

00:00:34--> 00:01:08

You are the group in charges, you know that. Because in the Heidi's course, always the students are made the group in charges, okay? In the sense that everybody has to hold one another, accountable. Okay. So it's the responsibility of every single one of you to make sure that people who are in your class, either they read the door to you or you read the door to them, when you're sitting together and reviewing. So make sure you do that in Java. So the first of all, along with barbini, as well as others that we'll review today. Okay, inshallah. And there is if there was 100, inshallah will memorize them at another time.

00:01:10--> 00:01:34

You can, there's no harm, because it is a dog is different. But generally, you know, in the five daily prayers, a person doesn't have that much time. Right? Because there's either work that he needs to do himself, but people are waiting for him. But if you have that time, then go ahead. Why not? But the 100 because the pm is long, little core, as long as the Jude is long. So there is stuff that is also long, okay.

00:01:36--> 00:02:19

You say that appear, and then you join them wherever they are. When there is a jamara going on, and people are not in PM, let's say they're in ruku, or Institute or inertia hood, and you wish to join them, then what do you do you go join the PSA first, and then you say to the community in order to enter the solder, and then you go in the position that the Imam is in? Okay? You don't start with the PM. Okay? Because you have to follow the Imam and following the Imam means not doing something before the email, or, or much after the email, but immediately after, along with him almost. Okay. So in order to follow the email properly, you have to go into position that he is in.

00:02:20--> 00:02:38

When you join the Imam in record or Institute or in the shadows, then then according to one opinion, if you're joining record, then you have to make up the entire record. Why? Because you missed a claim you miss a little factor, and without a little fatter. rocker is not complete. Okay.

00:02:39--> 00:02:40

There are some other questions. Also.

00:02:42--> 00:02:49

One question, was that one coming up from the first shot? Do we say that that lead while we are coming up or when we raise the hands before

00:02:51--> 00:03:31

sort of the fact. So when you're getting up from the shadowed or from such the, into pm? When is it that you raise your hands? It is, you know, when you're coming into standing position, every part of your body is being positioned somewhere or the other? Okay, so your hands? Where should they go straight up into cubbies? You understand? Not that a person stands up first and the hands are on the side? Or a person stands up and the hands are you know, floating somewhere? No. As you get up instantly your hands go where you know, your back is straightened, your eyes are focused and at the same time your hands go up in between, okay. And then after that you see sort of

00:03:33--> 00:04:03

when you get up from sajida, okay, when you get up you start saying Allahu Akbar. Okay. And remember, we learned earlier, that it's not necessary that it's, you know, precisely with the action. You know, obviously, there's going to be, you know, a secondary missed here or there. So, there's no big deal as you're getting up from such that you say Allahu Akbar, it's possible that you finish thing, right? By by the time you are, you know, standing, or it's possible that you're still saying part of it. No big deal. Okay.

00:04:04--> 00:04:18

Another question was that while praying behind the Imam in beside in prayers, so in the city prayers, so for example, living in Oslo, are we supposed to read a surah after Sultan Fatiha or should we remain silent? What's the answer?

00:04:20--> 00:04:43

In the first two Raka, you have to read okay, because everyone will read Soto Fatiha and another surah themselves. And in the second two Raka, what should the people only sort of had the enamel read silently and the people will read silently? Okay. Another question that when coming up from Saturday when we say that the three do we say the P before delta

00:04:44--> 00:04:55

between 7pm or after the Delta? I don't understand this question. So whoever wrote this question, please do either write it again or explain the question to me. Okay.

00:04:57--> 00:04:58

All right, shall we begin our lesson?

00:05:00--> 00:05:14

Hello, I'm Dr. Sunil Kareem Mr. Ruby let him in a shape on Hello Jean Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. furbish rattling suddenly were Sidley MD, Dr. melissani Yakubu Kohli probenecid and Arima

00:05:15--> 00:05:50

shala will begin from bad weather Kofi Allah Luca De Luca, these words are about the ruku. So when a person goes down into the core, so far, we have learned that in order to go to the core, what does the person say? Allahu Akbar. Okay, now, when you go down into the core, where are the hands supposed to be? Because in every position, every little kind of Salah, we have been instructed as to where the hands should be, where the feet should be, how every part of the body should be. So, obviously, hands are a major part. So where should the hands be?

00:05:51--> 00:05:53

So what do you know?

00:05:54--> 00:06:36

Where should the hands be in record? On the knees, okay. But how should they be underneath? Should they be just loosely placed on the knees? Or should they be holding knees? Or should they be holding the nice tight? How should the hands be positioned on the knees? What color about her maiden fee of heavy Abrahamic said to his companions, meaning amongst his companions, he said this, that M canon bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had a min rock with a that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he am kinda His hands were rocked, but he on his knees. Now what does the word um kind of mean?

00:06:38--> 00:07:04

Okay to place but how? Because Alabama can use of settle firmly establish, okay, so I like this word unconscious. This is the key that you don't just put your hands on the knees. But you have to firmly place them such that you're almost grabbing the knees. So it's almost as though you are holding your knees with your hands. Why

00:07:05--> 00:07:09

is there a difference between just placing hands on the knees and holding the knees?

00:07:10--> 00:07:14

What's the difference? It helps you have better balance.

00:07:15--> 00:07:58

When you hold your knees, then you have better balance in that position. Whereas if you're just placing your hand it would be difficult to stand in that position a person can lose balance and almost fall. Okay, so holding the knees, gives a person more stability in that position. Now this head is among Bahati mentioned later in info over here, he just mentioned it briefly. And later on it is mentioned in for half dozen. I will well Ed Carter had the signature button butter and a beer food in Paris America Musab massart in the corner, he said, suppose I've been solid, he said, he aku fillet to Ella Giambi, Irby. He said, I perform the prayer where Illa Giambi Abby, what is jump

00:07:59--> 00:08:05

site. So I prayed next to my father, who's the father of Musab been sad.

00:08:07--> 00:09:03

Sad, who this discernment of evil cos. So a companion of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. His son is saying I prayed next to my father. And when I was praying for a buck to a buck two, I joined from Bob back off tabaka nanpa back three back layers. Okay, so like a stack sabarmati three balca in layers, one over the other stacked. So when things are put one over the other, they're joined together. Okay, one is placed on top of the other so they're joined together. So he said that for Book Two, I joined together what beynac a failure between my two palms. So basically he joined both his hands together how that his palms were touching. And so then we're back to Houma. I placed both

00:09:03--> 00:09:05

of them bainer between

00:09:06--> 00:09:07

my thighs.

00:09:09--> 00:09:57

He said that he joined his palms together and he placed somewhere between his thighs. This is what he did find a honey Abby. So he said my father stopped me. What color and he said cananda aaloo. Even we used to do this before fennel Hina and who but we were stopped from it. We were forbidden from it was midnight and we were commanded a new bar that we should put a Deanna our hands on a rocker on the knees. So what do we learn that the Sahaba used to do this before? That this is how they would be in record. This is where they would position their hands between the thighs and joining both the hands together both forearms to touch okay. This is how they will do it. Now you

00:09:57--> 00:09:59

might wonder why. Either because

00:10:00--> 00:10:40

This is how they used to pray before, or because when you're watching somebody from behind, like they watch the prophets of Allah sent from behind, it's not necessary that, you know, they understood that this is how you're supposed to put your hands. Some companies perhaps knew and others did not know. Okay. But when the Prophet sort of audition and saw them doing this, what do we learn? He stopped them. He stopped them, but this is not what you should do rather, you should put your hands on your knees. Now, this head is what does it teach us, first of all the teachers is where the hands should be in record. And secondly teaches us that we cannot follow our own desire in

00:10:40--> 00:10:45

Salah. That just because we find, you know, placing our hand somewhere more convenient,

00:10:46--> 00:11:02

or more easy. We should do that. No, we have to follow precisely exactly what the prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us. So for example, in the Shahada, a person might say, you know what, I just feel like sitting cross legged,

00:11:05--> 00:11:40

you know, I find it easy to sit like that cross my legs, you know, I find it easy to sit like that, no, you can't do that, unless there is a genuine reason that you cannot sit properly in the Shahada. And the only other option you have is sit cross legged, that is a different situation. But you can't say that all in the Shahada, you're sitting. So instead of sitting like this, I'm going to sit cross legged? No, we cannot do that. Likewise, when a person is standing, he cannot say oh, you just have to put your hands on your chest, right? So I'll just put them, you know, upwards or downwards, or I'll class my fingers together or you know, I will just put them under my belly, no, you can't do

00:11:40--> 00:11:47

that. If a description has been given of a particular action, then we have to do that

00:11:48--> 00:11:51

we have to follow all right.

00:11:53--> 00:12:10

That either let me mute him or record it now, when let me mute him, he does not complete a record the record meaning if a person does not do the record properly, if he does not perform it correctly, is it a problem? Is it a problem?

00:12:11--> 00:12:17

Yes, it is. And by this we also understand that the same applies to such them

00:12:19--> 00:12:49

that if record has to be performed correctly, then such there also has to be performed correctly. Have does not have sub numato Allah had the nashoba to answer a man called a severe to say that no weapon, Allah He said raha to Eva, who and who is origin, amen. That lay you Tim Moore, who was not completing the record was to Judah, and the sudo. Meaning when he would go down into the core, he would go down into such that you would not complete them, he would not perform them properly.

00:12:50--> 00:13:09

Color, he said meaningfully he said master later, you have not performed the prayer. Your prayer is not valid. It is as though you have not performed the center when I would and if you died meaning performing solid like this. Mata Allah then you would die on laden

00:13:10--> 00:13:27

on other than fitrah and let the father Allahu, that which Allah Fatah Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The question is what does it mean by sutra over here that over here can be understood as being religion, because that is the religion that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was taught.

00:13:29--> 00:13:29

Right?

00:13:30--> 00:13:45

This is Dean of fifth law, the religion is our fifth law and what is a natural religion, meaning a practical one, something that is possible for people to observe and follow and fit over here can also be understood as sadhana.

00:13:46--> 00:13:51

It can also be understood as sin. Why because in a hadith we learn that

00:13:52--> 00:14:38

there are five things which are found the fifth of five actions which are from the actions of fitrah natural amongst them, clipping of the nails, and trimming the unnecessary hair of the body and over their fitrah What does it mean? sydnor this was the way of the prophets that allowed us and and this was also the way off Ibrahim Ali Salim. Okay. So fitrah gives meaning of Deen or it gives me the meaning of cinema in either case, what are they? If I say that if you died in this condition, then you would die? Not on the right religion? Because religion is based on what? Salah right? Five Pillars of Islam after she had that what is most important Sunnah? What is the difference between a

00:14:38--> 00:14:49

Muslim and a cafe? Sunnah? Sunnah is the sign of a Muslim of a believer. And if a person is not performing the celeb properly, then he's not performing the solder

00:14:51--> 00:15:00

even if he calls it Salah, even if he thinks that's what's on. Now yes, there are certain you know actions with regards to which

00:15:00--> 00:15:45

There is some room of difference. So for example, when a person is getting up from record, okay, where should the hands be? Should they be on the sides? Or should they be placed on the chest, there are two opinions and both of them are valid. Okay? So there is a, you know, difference over their difference of opinion. And if a person follows Either way, it's okay. It's not a big deal. But there are certain actions with regards to which there is no difference of opinion, they have to be observed, like what gurukula like, what, like sajida, they have to be performed properly. And if a person is leaving them out completely, like there are some people who say they're praying to Allah,

00:15:45--> 00:16:05

and they just sit and just do certain actions and they call it Salah, that is not true, Salah is what that which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught, and that includes record, and it includes such data. So in this case, we see that this man was not completing the record and so job as though he was not performing the recording. So dude, how was he not completing it?

00:16:06--> 00:16:49

As if he was barely going down and getting up or not even going down completely. And he just caught up. Like, sometimes it happens that people just bend slightly forward, they don't even go into core position that has been slightly forward and they get up and they go into such the house that they just barely touched the ground and they get up again or their position is not correct. So, from this Heidi's what do we see the importance of completing the record completing the saturator and when will they be complete that person goes completely in the position of record completely in the position of such that he becomes still over there and then he gets up the hands are placed where

00:16:49--> 00:16:59

they should be placed. So in record on the knees inside the on the ground, the feet are where they should be, okay. That is the Why is every field record

00:17:00--> 00:17:03

is divided what is the what means to

00:17:04--> 00:17:23

straighten allottee the back. So keeping the back straight for the record in the record? How will the record be completed Mr. mcquarry library, it's over here with another bat that the back should be straightened it should be kept straight, meaning it should not be curved.

00:17:24--> 00:17:28

It should not be such that a person is bending too much.

00:17:29--> 00:17:36

Okay? No, it should be straight, straight meaning to the best of one's ability

00:17:37--> 00:17:53

to the best of one's ability. Now you see, in order to straighten the back what has to be straight, your legs have to be straight. But sometimes when we don't stretch our bodies too much, then it's difficult to go in the position of leuco properly.

00:17:54--> 00:18:00

But you know what, the more you straighten your legs and bend forward, the easier the record becomes,

00:18:01--> 00:18:43

the easier the record will become and the more flexible your body will be. And such that will become easy pm will become easy. Many times that happens in the month of Ramadan that people began complaining of back ache, leg ache. Why? Why? Because they're performing PM, they're performing record more record than usual. So that means more stretching of the back and more stretching of the legs. Okay, straightening of the legs. And this is why it hurts. But this shows to us that we are doing something wrong on a regular basis. Because if we were performing the Sala correctly, then our back I would like would not hurt. Obviously there will be fatigue, that's a different situation. But

00:18:43--> 00:18:50

pulling your leg muscle and you know hurting your back seriously, that shows that there is a problem.

00:18:51--> 00:19:00

Okay, so in order to straighten the back what is best, straighten the legs, okay, and also stretch out the arms.

00:19:01--> 00:19:36

Stretch out the arms in the sense that extend them because if they are not extended, then you won't be able to stretch out your back, you won't be able to stretch out your legs and it begins with the feet, the feet have to be firmly placed. Okay. And the stretch should be in from the feet up, you know your legs and then all the way to your shoulders almost and not just to your shoulders do your hands almost. So it's a complete stretch, complete stretch, body stretch. And it's actually very, very good even for your health. I mean for your body in general.

00:19:37--> 00:19:52

In yoga, there's a particular position which is called downward dog in which the feet have to be you know, firmly placed on the ground and the hands have to be firmly placed on the ground at the same time. The knees should not be bent

00:19:53--> 00:19:59

and the back should be you know as straight as possible. And in that there is a complete

00:20:00--> 00:20:29

stretching the back stretch all the way from your feet to your knees to your, you know, even your back, shoulders, your arms, your hands, your entire back is being stretched up. And this is one of the major positions that a person has to be in, in order to warm up the body for more exercise. Okay, so if you think about it in record, you do this all the time. So if you do your record properly, really, you're doing a lot of good to your body,

00:20:30--> 00:20:36

a lot of good to your body, your body will be more fit, more strong. inshallah.

00:20:38--> 00:20:47

I remember this yoga instructor once I was taking a few lessons and she was amazed, she was like, how can your body is so flexible? Why, because this is what we do all the time.

00:20:48--> 00:20:58

She couldn't understand how, you know, a person who had never done any, you know, formal exercise training and had nothing, she was amazed at how these positions, I could do them so easily without complaining.

00:21:00--> 00:21:08

So I explained to her and she saw me praying for them multiple times, and she was blown away like completely, she was amazed that this is even possible.

00:21:09--> 00:21:29

And many women, they complain that through pregnancy, it's difficult for them to do recall, it's difficult for them to go into such that. But the fact is that if you keep performing a solid properly, it will keep your body in very, very good, you know, help in Sharla because it happens with many women that they get these cramps, you know in their legs,

00:21:30--> 00:21:42

severe cramps in their legs, and what is it that you're told to do? Don't scream at that time, stretch your leg, stretch your legs, and one of the best things to do is as much as it hurts going to record position.

00:21:43--> 00:21:48

Go into record position. When you go into the core position your cramps in your legs in your back, they will go away eventually.

00:21:50--> 00:22:18

This is very true that people who perform their Salah properly in older age also they're more physically mobile, they're physically more fit. Why? Because their body isn't you know in good health. So it's divided worry for record keeping the back straight in record and ultimately Think about it. When the back is straight, the legs are straight. That shows more humility compared to a rounded back.

00:22:19--> 00:22:28

Okay, a curved back or you know in which a person is just lightly bending forward it says a person doesn't really want to bend it seems arrogant.

00:22:29--> 00:22:31

So keeping the back straight in record

00:22:32--> 00:23:03

wacana above him he didn't feel as happy about him he said to his companions that rocker and obese Allahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Raka meaning he went down into the core summer then hustler he went wahoo his back he bent it meaning he bent it straight. So, he went down into the core and then he bent his back meaning he lowered it almost pulled it forward in order to straighten the back.

00:23:04--> 00:23:51

So, sometimes it happens that with some people, they just go naturally, you know into that straight back position. And other times you have to position yourself. So if you have to position yourself into the straight back position, go ahead take your time, but do it do it properly, take your time but do it properly. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he went into the core he bent his back straight in order to make the ruku estiva Bab had the it manual recording while ear to daily fee while it might Nina notice one thing the previous band is the right fit for record there is no complete Hadith remember is just mentioning a portion of the Hadees that will be mentioned you know later on

00:23:51--> 00:24:17

in full. Why? Because this book is not just a book of Hadees it's a book of fake also okay, in which he takes his proofs from the statements which are in the Quran also the statements of the companion statements of the scholars okay. Bob had the recording while here today he well if Medina had the What does that mean?

00:24:18--> 00:24:25

limit and limit also gives the meaning of extent the extent of something in the maximum

00:24:26--> 00:24:54

its manner Cory it ma'am. Completing of record the record. What is the head the limit of complete record? meaning of a correct record? What is the limit? What kind of limit meaning the length? How long should it be? How long should a complete record be? Because complete record there's two things to it. First of all, correct position.

00:24:56--> 00:24:59

Okay, correct position and secondly, its length. How

00:25:00--> 00:25:00

long is it

00:25:02--> 00:25:13

when both are correct, then the record will be correct. So, for example, if a person goes down into the court, but his back is not straight,

00:25:14--> 00:26:04

he's just bending slightly forward. Okay, his back is curved. Is that complete record? Is he meeting the HUD? No, he's not. Likewise, if a person goes into record the back is straight. However, he's just there for half a second literally goes and extends up again. Is that correct? triple. Is that proper record? No, because what is missing over there? From what Nina? So have the it memory query well, irritability error today being straight balanced, and that refers to straightening the back while ultimate Nina, it's what Nina? Nina same thing. Okay. And what it means is a sukoon that a person becomes still that any movement that was there before this position now it has stopped. So

00:26:04--> 00:26:11

before going to the court, what was the movement that a person was coming down, that movement has to stop he has to become still

00:26:12--> 00:26:22

and it's like when you're driving and you're stopping some people when they stop, they make a complete stop. Okay and other people when they stop what kind of a stop is it?

00:26:24--> 00:26:46

Rolling stop. So record you cannot have a rolling stop. You have to have a complete stop. You stay there for a few minutes you know moments however long and then you get up Salah should not be a growling stops. If you do that. Then there is a problem with the prayer. Okay.

00:26:47--> 00:27:14

And it's my honor to be still So for this example he mentioned that he's had definite better hubub carbohydrates and a Sherpa to follow up on in Hakan and if need be later, and in Bharat Kala Canon Coronavirus Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that the ruku of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what should you do and is such the webinar such the thing and that which is between the two sides does what is between the two such as

00:27:15--> 00:27:25

jelsa sitting position and what either of our mineral core and when he got up from record, so which four things I've been mentioned over here

00:27:26--> 00:27:28

ruku sajida

00:27:29--> 00:27:32

jelsa and standing between

00:27:34--> 00:27:44

rocor and sajida. So for positions, he said all of these four positions, mahala mahalo means except for

00:27:45--> 00:27:54

mahalo, except for Kala means to be empty. Right. Okay, well in a hollow. So mahalo except for lpm Dr. Yang, which team

00:27:55--> 00:27:57

in which recite through the Fatiha

00:27:58--> 00:28:06

and, and secondly, one crude, and the setting with sitting is this, that the Shahada one, whether it's the first one or the second?

00:28:07--> 00:28:25

He said all of these four positions, except for these two. Okay, so meaning Uppsala, these four positions, they were called Eva, Minnesota, they were corrib close Minnesota to being equal, meaning they were approximately the same length.

00:28:27--> 00:28:38

So, what do we learn from this that the length of record said the jelsa and standing from record, the length of these four positions should approximately be the same

00:28:39--> 00:29:05

okay. And the Korean that is not included in this and the shadowed is not included in this Why? Because they have to be longer. Why are they longer because it can be reciting certain factor has been reciting other sutra and in the route you recite you're reading the shadow right and and other gods also obviously their length will be longer. Now, how does this Hadid support the vibe

00:29:07--> 00:29:11

the vibe is completing the record at the ultimate Nina.

00:29:13--> 00:29:14

How does this How does show

00:29:16--> 00:29:29

because your record cannot be the same length as your delta, it cannot be the same length as your standing it cannot be the same length as your subdued unless you are reading something in it.

00:29:30--> 00:29:47

Because in all these other positions, what are you doing? reading something and if you're reading something in it, you're saying something in it, it cannot be a rolling stop. It will be such that you come to a complete stop. You have it Medina, you have eroded and you do it man.

00:29:49--> 00:29:59

You understand though. So for all of these positions, a person must have it man. He must complete he must have here today. Strange

00:30:00--> 00:30:01

And he must have ultimately

00:30:02--> 00:30:09

Bab Amrit Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam under the law UT Morocco or who built your either

00:30:10--> 00:30:29

the AMA the command of who of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to do the one who led you to Morocco or who did not complete his record Billy either the profits or losses of your other he commanded him to do it other What does it mean to repeat

00:30:32--> 00:30:35

interrupting Roadrunner Okay, repeat.

00:30:37--> 00:30:42

So, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded the one who did not complete the record to

00:30:43--> 00:30:55

repeat, repeat the entire prayer. Why, because record is a major record of Salah if record is not complete,

00:30:56--> 00:31:04

it is as though it has not been performed. And if it has not been performed, it is as though Salah has not been performed.

00:31:05--> 00:31:09

You understand? This is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him to repeat the entire prayer

00:31:11--> 00:31:21

if it was okay to not perform the record properly, you know, doing two sessions, okay? Or just telling the man don't do this next time

00:31:23--> 00:31:33

would have been enough but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him to repeat why repeat because the Salah was not valid, why was it not valid because record was not proper, it was not complete.

00:31:35--> 00:31:46

And what a waste of time. If a person is performing Salah incorrectly, in a manner that is incomplete, he thinks he's praying but in reality is not praying.

00:31:48--> 00:31:59

Imagine that for Riba and obligation is not being fulfilled. It is not being completed what a big loss. So it is important that we pay attention to these details also.

00:32:01--> 00:32:27

What's the evidence of this had this animal Southern California hamster eaten and obey the law are necessary even a look at an A B and A B highlighter and then that being said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam different Masjid that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam the whole Masjid he entered the masjid for the Hala Rajan and a man also entered for Salah. So he prayed. Who the man who prayed what

00:32:29--> 00:32:40

with Allah, the headmaster, so much. Then he came for Salah Marlena vs Allahu alayhi wa sallam and he greeted the Prophet sallallahu wasallam fraud and abuse and Allahu Allah

00:32:41--> 00:32:45

are they his son of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam returned to him the greeting

00:32:46--> 00:33:23

for Karla and and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said elegir return go back for Sunday and then pray for inoculum to Sunday because you have not prayed for sunlight so he prayed so much better than he came for Salah man interviews are longer in your salon. He came in breach of the prophets of Allah subhanaw taala so he said he was I live in Nicaragua sadly. And this happened three times. The lesson for Carlos he said when lady Baraka will help by the one who has sent you with the truth from our office in availa. I do not know any better than this. I cannot perform prayer better than that. Foreign Minister Please teach me Allah He said either content in a fanatic a bit when you stand up

00:33:23--> 00:33:42

to pray and do that to be the MacLeod Mateus or America minako and and recite what is easy for you from the Quran. So Monica had to my inner rock and then doodle corps had there until that my inner you become still rocking on while in record

00:33:44--> 00:34:26

some more far than stand then then get up in front Luca tatata de la Karima until you become straight standing meaning when you're standing then you must have air to them meaning you must become straight some must you then go into such the head that of my inner surgeon until you become still in situ Some are far then get up have that of my inner journalism until you are still in the sitting position so must then go back into such the hat that ultimate innosight didn't until you you become still in such the some of our delicacies fanatical Kohli hadn't do this in your entire career. So what does this have you show to us very clearly that format Nina

00:34:27--> 00:34:31

format Nina is of the can

00:34:33--> 00:34:36

of Salah is a can of soda

00:34:38--> 00:34:39

or can meaning

00:34:40--> 00:34:40

filler

00:34:42--> 00:34:45

just as ONeill is Mr. Thompson There are five okay.

00:34:46--> 00:34:59

So if a person does not even fulfill one rokan so he says I will fast for the month of Ramadan I will give Sokka I declare I'm a Muslim I will even go for Hajj but I'm not going to pray. I refuse to pray. I'm never going to pray not eat not joumana advice

00:35:00--> 00:35:01

Did he prays I'm not going to pray.

00:35:02--> 00:35:04

So, is Islam valid?

00:35:06--> 00:35:17

Is it valid? No, because he refuses to pray completely not even Juma not even read, he refuses, he says, Salah is not important,

00:35:18--> 00:35:44

okay. So, one of the pillars is missing, that means Islam is incomplete over here, what do we see? That record is a record of Salah sorry record is a record for that and Nina is also a token of Salah. And if from Nina is missing, that broken is missing, that means Salah is not complete. It is not valid.

00:35:45--> 00:35:49

This is just like if a person stands up to prayer, he says Allahu Akbar and he goes straight into the group.

00:35:51--> 00:35:59

He's not praying behind the Imam, he's praying himself, Allahu Akbar, and straight into the core. He says, Okay, I'm not going to do pm.

00:36:01--> 00:36:12

Is that what I've added? Why? Because the yam is a local Upsala. Likewise, for what Nina is a rochlin of Salah, without it Salah is incomplete

00:36:14--> 00:36:17

and to Medina is necessary for which position

00:36:18--> 00:36:36

every position that a draw if the record, a draw, supplication making their arm when the record in record, meaning when a person goes into the core, what should he say? Should he be silent? Or should he say something?

00:36:37--> 00:36:39

He should say something. What?

00:36:42--> 00:36:43

What do you say Rico

00:36:44--> 00:36:48

subpanel OBL I leave in record you say supine or being a limb.

00:36:50--> 00:36:52

Now, suppose a little bit earlier, what does it mean?

00:36:53--> 00:36:56

You're doing this? You're glorifying Allah soprano.

00:36:57--> 00:36:59

You're not really making the law.

00:37:01--> 00:37:03

But remember, when he says adrar field rucola

00:37:05--> 00:37:10

meaning in record, in addition to this B, you should also make drama.

00:37:12--> 00:37:17

And when you will make drama, then you will come to a complete stop in record.

00:37:18--> 00:37:20

Because what happens people going through

00:37:21--> 00:37:26

so quickly, they said there they don't even make them still that they get up.

00:37:27--> 00:37:51

But if you're making the art even if it is one draw, for example, to panicle Llama Llama fiddly. Then in order to say that you will definitely come to a complete stop in record. Understand, there is a hadith in Sahih Muslim, which says, for AmeriCorps for every movie he loved, what unmiss sujood French did he do

00:37:52--> 00:38:04

that as for record for every movie hero, do talim of your Lord in it, do talim of your Lord glorify your Lord and this is why you say Subhana Allah bn Arlene.

00:38:06--> 00:38:12

And as for sudo such that he do Fedora then make Dora Why? Why made during sudo

00:38:13--> 00:38:29

because that is the closest position that a person is in to his Lord. Right? So, remember how he proves over here that yes, this B is necessary in record. But at the same time, Dora may also be done. And it should be done.

00:38:31--> 00:38:48

Because it's a position of humility, and what better position, you know to make that in the position of humanity. You know, like when a person raises up his hands and he begs a lot and Allah is shy to turn away his hands empty handed. So if a person is in record, he's bending himself,

00:38:50--> 00:39:11

humbling himself so much before Allah, glorifying him mentioning his greatness. So if he makes the law at that time, then chances are that hopefully his daughters will be accepted. had definitely helps with neuroma Allah had the signature but to Ironman suit and a bit Baja, I must throw an eyeshadow robiola on her.

00:39:12--> 00:39:14

Notice the name of

00:39:16--> 00:39:22

the father of Baja, Baja can also be a name that can be given.

00:39:24--> 00:39:35

So I showed that on her She said that she said cannon abuse on a lager it was along the Prophet sallallahu Sallam yaku he used to say, you know you see this word cannon

00:39:36--> 00:39:37

and yaku

00:39:38--> 00:39:56

so when the verb cannon comes before fairmile daughter, what meaning does it give? Always habit? He used to this was his habit. This is what he would do. Funeral Corey he in his record was so God and His salute his record and Institute.

00:39:57--> 00:39:59

What would he say somehow Nicola, who might have been

00:40:00--> 00:40:19

We'll be handing on the homophily subhanak Allahumma sapan aka glorified Are you Allahumma Oh Allah robina Our Lord will be handig and with your praise Allahu Allah officially Forgive me. So in this statement in this video What do we see?

00:40:22--> 00:40:31

Exactly there's this V soprano long model but now we have Nick and Aloma fiddly da so both should be done.

00:40:32--> 00:40:43

One may also make two are in record because the prophets of Allah sentimiento but the other Hadees of Muslims that I mentioned to you earlier, what does that show that there should be more Dora in situ?

00:40:44--> 00:40:47

Now what does this mean some Hanukkah

00:40:51--> 00:40:53

glorified Are you What does that mean?

00:40:55--> 00:40:58

Yes, you are affirming allows perfection

00:40:59--> 00:41:10

What does this mean? So panicle lahoma robina will be handed with your praise behind it. So for instance we also say Subhana Allah He will be handy

00:41:11--> 00:41:16

what does that mean glorified us all it is Allah and with his praise

00:41:18--> 00:41:23

Okay, he's worthy of praise all the time and what does this mean what we have the

00:41:26--> 00:41:28

witness praise what with his praise

00:41:30--> 00:41:34

that you are glorifying Allah with his praise.

00:41:35--> 00:41:43

You see, there's two things over here there's this B and there's that mean okay. This B is to declare a loss perfection

00:41:44--> 00:42:12

perfection how that you are declaring that he is perfect from any deficiency any knucks any a any fault Okay, any resemblance to his creation any you know association to any partner he is above any weakness you are declaring his perfection.

00:42:13--> 00:42:23

So, in other words, you are negating anything that does not benefit Allah, any description that does not benefit Allah you are negating that

00:42:25--> 00:42:37

whether it is having a child having a partner resembling the creation you know, any slip out of nuts, so, for example, forgetfulness, weakness,

00:42:39--> 00:42:50

okay. So, you are glorifying Allah, you are declaring his perfection how by negating any imperfection anything that does not benefit him.

00:42:52--> 00:43:00

But along with that you're saying will be handy. And with this, I also do his hand what is how?

00:43:02--> 00:43:03

What is high

00:43:04--> 00:43:07

praise, okay, but how?

00:43:08--> 00:43:11

Okay would love humility, okay, what is praise?

00:43:13--> 00:43:22

Okay to mention the perfect qualities, characteristics of Allah soprano. commodified.

00:43:23--> 00:43:33

Okay, this is what you're saying. So what we have the meaning at the same time I affirm all of our laws, perfect attributes.

00:43:36--> 00:43:39

I affirm ullas perfection.

00:43:40--> 00:43:58

So this is complete praise, right? When there is negation of what does not defeat Allah. And there's affirmation of what defects Allah, this is complete praise. So Subhana Allah who might have been a perfect Are you Oh Allah, our Lord.

00:44:00--> 00:44:16

You are perfect about any thing that is not the fit, you will be handling and at the same time I glorify you, I praise you. I affirm every perfection of yours Allahumma Fridley. Oh Allah, forgive me. Oh Allah, pardon me.

00:44:18--> 00:44:23

Now, this is $1 that we learn about that a person can say in his record.

00:44:25--> 00:44:26

Do you notice though

00:44:27--> 00:44:33

everybody said Subhana Allah humara banner will be handed a lot more fiddly.

00:44:34--> 00:44:48

So do ask for report do ask for comma there as for sajida do alpha delta as well as the alpha such that in our what we are going to look at right now is draws for record.

00:44:49--> 00:44:51

Would you like to know where am I burdening you?

00:44:53--> 00:44:54

Would you like to

00:44:56--> 00:44:59

you know recently we had the short course on the conclusion or the

00:45:01--> 00:45:12

And the class was only three days a week, at least twice a week, every day, every class in the morning, 15 minutes they would spend just memorizing these doors.

00:45:13--> 00:45:16

And within a couple months, they memorized all of them.

00:45:17--> 00:45:18

All of them.

00:45:20--> 00:45:27

So I thought if they can do it, then why should we stay behind? Right? We also want to memorize so hamdulillah we

00:45:29--> 00:45:34

managed to find all the hours with the translation, and they've been put together for you.

00:45:36--> 00:45:42

So that your job has been made easier, where everything is put together in one place, okay, with the references.

00:45:44--> 00:45:48

So in record, what can be said First of all, soprano will be an album

00:45:50--> 00:46:00

What does that mean? Glory be to my Lord, my Lord, the Most Great and this we find in Sahih Muslim

00:46:01--> 00:46:19

and another, which is also reported in Muslim is Subhan could do some mobile manikato this is also a form of this V glorification that you are the most glorious, the most pure, Lord of the angels, and the spirit

00:46:20--> 00:46:55

and other the spirit sapan Erica will be Han Lika La Ilaha Illa and this is also in Sahih Muslim Glory be to You or Allah, and all praise be to you, there is no true deity except you La ilaha illa Anta and other Subhana currach be will be handed Allahumma deadly Glory be to You, my Lord and all praise be to you Oh ALLAH forgive me. And other one Subhana Allah whom are above robina wobm dica Allahumma fiddly and this is a dual with reading over here in Bihari.

00:46:56--> 00:47:17

So panikkar will be hem lika a stuffy Rocha, what a tubal alayka Glory be to Allah and all praise be to you. I seek your forgiveness and turn in repentance to you Subhana Allah He will be handy a staff will allow us to in a Glory be to Allah and praise be to him I seek forgiveness from Allah and turn in repentance to him.

00:47:18--> 00:47:39

Another one sapan Adele Djibouti while mallacoota while Kibriya he will algoma Glory be to the possessor of greatness, sovereignty, grandeur, and majesty. If you think about it, all of these must be heard. They are very similar. Right? There is the spear there is the mermaid, there is the fall, and

00:47:41--> 00:47:47

is the fall da, you know, you're asking a lot for forgiveness. You're doba want to be in a

00:47:49--> 00:48:04

so you might say one is enough, then the person might wonder if I no one, you know, for example, so panicle have not been able to handle a lot more clearly. There's this behavior made here is the font here. So it's enough, why should I learn so many different versions?

00:48:06--> 00:48:07

Is there any benefit?

00:48:10--> 00:48:17

Okay, you know, when you change the the code when you read different ones, then it helps you concentrate better. Okay. And

00:48:21--> 00:48:30

okay, you can you can read all of them, more of them. You know, for example, you can combine between soprano obeah Darlene and soprano llamada bunnelby hum Nicola homophily.

00:48:31--> 00:48:33

Okay. And another benefit?

00:48:38--> 00:48:43

Yes, that Allah subhanaw taala is truly worthy of all of this praise and more.

00:48:45--> 00:49:06

If we glorify the last panel data with all of this this be, would that ever be enough? No, never be enough. If the trees were pens and the oceans were ink, then with the curly maths of praising Allah mentioning his perfection, could they ever be recorded with those pens and that ink never, it would never be enough.

00:49:07--> 00:49:10

So the more we do it, the better it is for us.

00:49:12--> 00:49:18

Another benefit is that we get to follow the some nonprofits online because all of these are most known.

00:49:19--> 00:49:26

So if he glorified a loss of personal data, if he asked a lot of forgiveness through these words, we want to do that as well.

00:49:27--> 00:49:32

We want to follow Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam as well.

00:49:33--> 00:49:55

Yes, the first one, at least three times minimum, and the rest of them, you can read them as many times as you wish. Okay. And you remember the Hadees in which we learned that once the prophet SAW a lot of Sodom, he was performing the night prayer, and his tm was long. And when he went down into record, his record was as long as

00:49:57--> 00:49:59

it was as long as his piano

00:50:01--> 00:50:16

And when he got up standing position that was as long as little core and when he went down into such that that's such that was as long as the standing position so each position was the same of the same length.

00:50:18--> 00:50:23

The first time that I heard this I was wondering, and even now I wonder what did the prophets or Alon is and I'm saying

00:50:25--> 00:50:28

What did he say? He Glorified Allah he did the speech.

00:50:30--> 00:50:47

He Glorified Allah subhanaw taala you know for example, it's upon Allah He will be handy 100 times a day in the morning in the evening 100 times. So in record, that is a time when we do the speed of the last panel time How can we do this we if we don't know the differences we have

00:50:48--> 00:51:04

so in order to worship the last panel kind of better in order to worship Allah, the way the prophet SAW a lot of them worship them the best servant then we have to learn about the different ways of worship also. How to do this be with these as we have

00:51:05--> 00:51:20

another record which is reported in say Muslim, is Allahu Malacca regard to what we can amend to one aka Islam to hush are like a summary. What was it when we were under me? wasabi?

00:51:21--> 00:51:40

Oh Allah to you eyebrow. And in you, I believe. And unto you I have submitted humbled before you is my hearing, my sight, my mind, my bones and my nerves. Every part of my body is bent and humbled before you

00:51:42--> 00:52:23

incident an essay with an Allahumma colocar. To what to Wanaka Islam to where alayka talkin to Antara be harsh our summary, verbal study with me. While I mean we're assuming we're also being a little a little bit alanine, Oh Allah, to you I bow and in you, I believe, and unto you I have submitted and upon you I rely, you are my Lord, my hearing and my sight, my blood and my flesh, my bones and my nerves are humbled before Allah, Lord of the worlds

00:52:25--> 00:53:02

and other ones one which is in Muslim Allahumma colocar to where we can amend to one aka Islam to under be harsh. Our summary was 31 movie without me will also be one must be Academy lillahi Rabbil alameen Allah to you I bow and in you I believe and unto you I have submitted, you are my Lord, my hearing and my sight, my mind and my bones, my nerves and what ever my feet carry, are all humbled before Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

00:53:04--> 00:53:21

So it is through these beautiful words that we can glorify a lot more and humble ourselves more before him. And it is through these beautiful atka that a person can draw closer to his Lord. So inshallah next week, we will spend some time memorizing these dogs in class. inshallah.

00:53:23--> 00:53:29

Bab Mei akuto eva mo woman hunter who era sahoo mina rocor

00:53:30--> 00:53:42

Mikoto Emma, what should the Imam say? Woman hold for who and those who are behind him? Either Rafa, who, when he lifts up his head, mineral core from the record.

00:53:43--> 00:53:46

Meaning when a person gets up from record,

00:53:47--> 00:53:53

the Imam What should he say at that time? Should we say allow up or should he say something else?

00:53:54--> 00:54:02

And if he says something out loud, the moon the people who are praying behind him, they're going to hear him. So what are they supposed to say?

00:54:04--> 00:54:08

Have the center Adam, Allah had the center? If not, then

00:54:09--> 00:54:52

I'm sorry. Then in lochbuie and Avi Raja Kala Kala buzel Allahu alayhi wa sallam, in our corner Samir along with him. inhemeter he said that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say, Samir, love with him and hamidah. And obviously he would say this one from other narrations we learned when he got her from ruku. parlor, he would also say that time alone will have been working hand for Allah, our Lord, for you with all praise, what kind of abuse Allah Who are you setting them in Africa and the prophets of the modern salon when he would go down into the core, what era who, and when he would lift up his head, obviously, this means from such that you can't build he would

00:54:52--> 00:55:00

say that at least. Because when would he say that the money will go down to the core and when he would get up from such that what he

00:55:00--> 00:55:18

Head on rising from record it is already mentioned. And what was that Samira lovely Mohammedan? Well in a column in a such detainee, and when he would get it from the two sides of this, kala Allahu Akbar, he would say, Allahu Akbar. So from this Hadith, what do we learn that I'm getting up from record?

00:55:19--> 00:55:22

The Imam says something lovely Mohammed.

00:55:23--> 00:55:41

And what does me I love it even having a mean semirara he has heard who has heard, Allah has heard to who he has heard who leemon the one who hammy the who praised him, meaning whoever praises his Lord, Allah has heard him

00:55:42--> 00:55:46

whoever is praising Allah, Allah has heard his praise.

00:55:48--> 00:55:59

And this is the time of praising Allah subhanaw taala even more. So this is why the Imam What should he say after this? Some more words of praise.

00:56:00--> 00:56:19

So for instance, over here, what is mentioned Allahumma bene, or the condemned Oh Allah our Lord for you is all praise. All praise is due to you, you are deserving of it, you alone are worthy of it. And the moon that heard the Imam says me alone anyone? How many times should he stay silent?

00:56:21--> 00:56:30

You should also say something because these words from your love and even hamidah they're basically an encouragement for us to say this beer to say that made

00:56:31--> 00:56:54

us Allah is listening to the one who was praising him. So remain silent No, notice we do meet as much as possible. So the moon should also say words of the speech. And that means and over here what is mentioned a little better. So Mr. Moore, everybody should say alohomora banana, this is the bare minimum.

00:56:55--> 00:57:17

Now, the words alohomora banana, while I call him there are different versions of this. As you have been reading so many ahaadeeth you have come across many versions and they're more also so basically there are four, four authentic versions of this liquor. One is Rob Burnett local hand robina local hand. Basic.

00:57:18--> 00:57:22

Another is robina one hand

00:57:24--> 00:57:29

another version is Aloma or a banner like unhemmed

00:57:31--> 00:57:32

So how is it different from the first one?

00:57:34--> 00:57:43

Just a lahoma at the beginning. And the fourth version is Allahumma banner. What I can have how's the different from the second version? Aloma n

00:57:44--> 00:57:56

that's it Aloma because in the second version, there was well, okay, so Robin Allah Callahan, Robin Ella Callahan, Allahumma, Robin, Annika hand, and alohomora banner winner.

00:57:58--> 00:58:09

And all of them are similar, because all of them have been reported in authentic narration. So a lot of them are similar. And when all of them are similar, and you are able to know all of them, then what is best

00:58:11--> 00:58:18

that you use them all at different times. So in one darker you can say alohomora banana in the secondary or you could say

00:58:19--> 00:58:23

the third rocker you could say a llama or a banana. What I can

00:58:24--> 00:58:38

say you can use different versions. And really, when you're consciously praying, then you will read different occur when you're consciously praying, and when you will read different your Salah will be meaningful.

00:58:40--> 00:58:55

It will be meaningful. It will be a prayer in which you were alive, awake. You meant it You asked for something you drew closer to Allah saponified not just a prayer that was simply performed.

00:58:56--> 00:59:08

That probably the virtue of Allah Houma banana can hum. What is the virtue of a long little banana Callaghan? Now, many people that have said Oh, banana can hunt.

00:59:09--> 00:59:14

But we see that there's special virtue of a long amount of banana Callaghan.

00:59:16--> 00:59:50

And who says a lot more of an article who should sit in and should say mom should say and one faragonda person is praying himself. He should also say it everybody should say have the flower below him the use of powder of Parana, Malik and sumiya. And obviously, an IV hula and all these the Allahu anhu under Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam call it a choral enamel. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that when the Imam says semi Allah who the man Hermida when the Imam says semi are loving even hamidah for kulu then you should say Allahumma banana.

00:59:51--> 00:59:59

You should save the province of Arsenal command and the people you should say Allahumma banana Callaghan for in the Hoover indeed.

01:00:00--> 01:00:21

Man, whoever, wherever colu whoever's saying, meaning attracts wealth aka, it coincided with Poland melodica the same the utterance of the angels who feel Allah who it will be forgiven for him man caught them in them be on his previous sense.

01:00:22--> 01:00:23

So what do we learn

01:00:25--> 01:00:31

that when the Imam finishes Surah Fatiha and he says I mean who says me and you pay me

01:00:32--> 01:00:52

and when the Imam so so we are lovely man hamidah then again the angels don't remain silent. They say Allahumma banana Callaghan and whoever says Allahumma banana can hunt at the same time as the angels and that will obviously be when when the man says something to you and then what will happen is previous sins will be forgiven.

01:00:54--> 01:00:58

So if you missed a mean, then don't miss this.

01:01:00--> 01:01:18

But over here again, there is no Tajima, there is no chapter heading. And I told you earlier that when it does not give a chapter heading, he just writes verb and what does it mean? It's a continuation of the previous Okay, now that I had these that follow

01:01:20--> 01:01:23

they don't talk about the virtue of Aloma banana camp.

01:01:25--> 01:01:35

That's not what those are happy to talk about. But they do mention about the different doors that can be made when a person gets it from buku.

01:01:37--> 01:01:54

So it is almost as though this is a continuation of the bad before the previous and which one was that may have called a man or woman hobo. So minako What should the man with the moon say when they get up from record? So then why did he remember how he put this vibe in the middle?

01:01:56--> 01:02:11

Think use your mind. Which vibe in the middle but fugly? alohomora banana, why did he mention this in the middle? Because before he moved on to other things that you can do in standing position, he wanted to mention the virtue of a long little banana.

01:02:12--> 01:02:20

Okay, so he mentioned to us the virtue and now going back to the topic, which is what can a person say, on getting up from ruku?

01:02:21--> 01:02:25

What all is permissible? So, so far, what have we learned what is permissible?

01:02:26--> 01:03:10

What is that? Aloma banana? What is that ham? semi are lovely when Hermida so what should be done? Some kind of hump, that meat should be done. Now what else is permissible? How does no more other blufor baletta call ahead destination Ania here and Avi serrulata. And Avi Harada. Allah He said, above or below and who said low carb ribbon? Surely, I am definitely very close to what Salat and abuse are Allahu alayhi wa sallam, the prayer of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam meaning the way you see me praying. That is how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to pray.

01:03:12--> 01:03:13

Why did he say this?

01:03:16--> 01:03:31

In order to teach people that pay attention to the details of my prayer, when I place my hand somewhere, it's not, you know, you know, just random. When I say something, it's not random. It is because I saw the profit sort of audition and doing that. And this is the reason why I do it.

01:03:33--> 01:03:47

For Ghana abroad, a lot of the Allahu anhu Abu Salah, he's saying that this is what a Buddha said, and I will never go on who he used to yaku he used to do Knute Silva cartel activity in the last record.

01:03:48--> 01:04:11

The last record of which prayer, mental activity of the local prayer was very shy and Asia prayer was that the superheat and sub cramming the budget prayer, three prayers are mentioned over here. So he would do Kanoute, when in the last rocker of these three prayers, bother after my guru that he would say Samir Allahu demon hamidah.

01:04:12--> 01:04:28

Meaning on getting up from record when he would test me alone even Hamida he would do Kanoute and what would he do? It is not fair the rule he would make a little movement in for the believers. Well, I know and he would curse alcohol, the disbelievers

01:04:29--> 01:04:36

he would do connote. So what does it show to us? That a Buddha Buddha must have seen the prophets of Allah Islam do

01:04:38--> 01:04:38

in

01:04:39--> 01:04:48

Indonesia, in Frederick in the last occur, and this is a reason why a Buddha used to do it also. Not every time but sometimes.

01:04:49--> 01:04:54

Okay. Now, what does it mean by cannot over here or not over here does not mean

01:04:55--> 01:04:57

like the food in winter.

01:04:59--> 01:05:00

What is the food in

01:05:00--> 01:05:06

With the Dragunov Which one is that? Allah Medina Freeman, her date wife enough human athlete not that

01:05:08--> 01:05:11

what do we learn here? They are the ruling meaning well I know

01:05:13--> 01:05:28

he would make some draft for the believers for their protection for their success for their safety and he would invoke curse against the disbelievers, why for their oppression for their opposition okay against the Muslims.

01:05:30--> 01:05:33

And remember that this law does not have to be very long

01:05:35--> 01:06:18

it was not necessarily by the very long like for example, good motivator that is long this could be this very short, simple short door. So, for example, if the block parallel model that Oh Allah, you know, be very severe against the tribe of model, because the tribe of model certain people have them, they they were oppressing the Muslims. So, just a short term, just one simple short statement in which people are mentioned in which individuals may also be mentioned because from from the Hadees that tell us about the profits or losses, and we learned that he prayed against certain individuals or he prayed for certain individuals, okay. So names of people, names of nations, names

01:06:18--> 01:06:20

of countries may even be mentioned.

01:06:22--> 01:07:00

Okay. So for example, you know, person might say, that there is being made, and in that people of Pakistan are being mentioned, and people are Somali and people in cars are being mentioned. So, is that appropriate? You don't find these words in the Quran? No, you don't find these words in the Quran. But the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he did pray for individuals against nations. So mentioning their names in the DA, that is permissible. So remember that note over here? What does it mean? Da. Okay. Now, the over here cannot can also be understood as Knute nasbla

01:07:02--> 01:07:02

nasbla,

01:07:03--> 01:07:25

which is basically an elaboration of the first point that I gave you, NASA. What does it mean? It's from NASA. NASA means to descend. Right? So there are to avert a disaster that had descended NASA on the Muslims. So basically, at a time of fitna at a time of trial.

01:07:27--> 01:07:33

Okay. And the fact that the Buddha who prayed cannot in Zoho Russia,

01:07:34--> 01:07:35

fudge it? What does that show?

01:07:37--> 01:07:38

What does that show

01:07:40--> 01:07:40

that

01:07:41--> 01:07:53

this does, it can be made in any prayer, not just the width, not just the family, it can be made in any Salah, but the last Raka

01:07:54--> 01:07:58

okay. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

01:07:59--> 01:08:02

he once sprayed concrete for almost an entire month.

01:08:04--> 01:08:48

And we also learned that the time when the incident of beer morona took place were so many companions of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam they were requested to do travel to a certain place and teach people the Quran. And these Sahaba they were her files they had memorized the Quran. Okay, and they were not just a few, the Romanian number, and they were taken. They went with certain individuals. And when they went on their journey, what happened, that those men, they circle them, they encircle them, and they killed all of them, one of the companions, he managed to escape. So, and this incident took place near the time when the Battle of water took place. And in the Battle of

01:08:48--> 01:09:33

word, the capital of autism suffered a great loss, right 70 companions were killed. Over here again, almost 70 companions were killed. So such a big loss, so many Muslims were being killed. So at that time, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he prayed Knute nasbla regularly, regularly, almost every day. And in the in this Hadees, we see that a Buddha prayed in Zoho, in fragile Indonesia. And we see that this has been the tradition of the Muslims. So for example, in the early 1990s, when the Muslims in Bosnia, they were being killed, basically persecuted there was literally a genocide in the heroine in Makkah and Medina cannot was performed,

01:09:34--> 01:09:40

cannot was performed. Why? Because this is the Sunnah of the Prophet. If the Muslims are suffering,

01:09:42--> 01:10:00

Muslims are suffering. Hundreds and 1000s of them are killed. Then we have to come together and beg Allah for forgiveness for help for his mercy. Because we have a lord who is fully capable who is the king of the worlds and we

01:10:00--> 01:10:02

must seek His help to face the enemy.

01:10:03--> 01:10:05

Whatever that enemy may be,

01:10:06--> 01:10:20

Allah is capable of helping us, we need to beg him for help. But it is sad that at other times when Muslims are suffering even more, perhaps than they suffered at that time, unfortunately, the sooner is not being followed.

01:10:23--> 01:10:25

The sooner is not being followed, it is being neglected.

01:10:26--> 01:10:31

It seems like this is tomorrow, because you can perform as an individual.

01:10:32--> 01:10:39

But when people make the art together, together as a jamara but then what happens

01:10:41--> 01:10:50

when people are coming together making the law not just one individual, but 50 people are coming, raising their hands crying for a law that would allow refuse them

01:10:52--> 01:11:05

wouldn't refuse them know, when there is one person raising his hands asking Allah for something allows shy to turn him away, empty handed if 50 people come 100 people come 1000 people come together and make the law

01:11:06--> 01:11:11

then Allah will show mercy and He will give help, we have to do something.

01:11:12--> 01:11:13

So from this Hadith, what do we learn that

01:11:15--> 01:11:16

may be performed

01:11:17--> 01:11:21

on getting up from ruku okay, but this is when

01:11:22--> 01:11:48

last record of any prayer had the center of the law hypno bill is what our head does and is married and holiday on holiday and I'll have that available. Understand the Allahu Allahu Allah He said Canon kuno to filmography when tragedy, and Asakura who said that punat used to be in Madrid and Frederick, meaning the Prophet sallallahu sudden would perform keynote in Malaysia, and in February.

01:11:49--> 01:12:17

This is what was done at his time, the heartbeat of our new shows which prayers for Volvo and Russia, this Hadees shows motive and Frederick. So in total, we learned about four prayers from these two ahaadeeth which shows to us that kuno is not limited to certain prayers only. It can be performed in any prayer, any prayer, whether it is fun, or it is nothing.

01:12:19--> 01:12:22

Whether it is in the month of Ramadan or outside the month of Ramadan.

01:12:24--> 01:12:56

At the center of the law Hindu Muslim, aka American I know I'm of near Abdullah Hill, much meaning I live near here in New Holland in a zero kg edition and refer to me offering a zero kg. Allah He said conda Yeoman. He said one day we were recently we were praying what ah behind an abuse Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Once we were praying behind the Prophet sallallahu wasallam or we used to perform the prayer behind the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Fela maraca who

01:12:57--> 01:13:06

when he got when he lifted up his head Mina McCarthy from the Coca Cola he said, Samir Allahu demon hamidah.

01:13:07--> 01:13:15

Obviously rocker over he goes meaning of record, not a complete rocker. rocker as in the bending in its literal sense.

01:13:17--> 01:13:18

Okay, in its literal sense.

01:13:20--> 01:14:10

So when he got up from recor, one day he said to me or LaHood, even hamidah, Colorado, a man who was spraying behind him, he said, Rob Bonilla condemned Hamden, Catherine urban Moroccan fee. He said, up in our hands our Lord for you was all praise. And he couldn't stop there. He said, hum, then Catalan praise that is abundant. Thank you been good and pure. Mubarak can feed lesson, meaning that is that we'll have backup because Mubarak also means that will that which will remain? Meaning I glorify you a praise you praise that will, you know, go on forever. Never Ending praise. Philemon sarafa then when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam ended meaning he finished the prayer father, he said,

01:14:10--> 01:14:11

my name with a common

01:14:13--> 01:14:15

man rule as moussaka Lim Who is

01:14:16--> 01:14:30

the one who spoke on who speaks meaning who said that color, the man said Anna I parlor, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I saw Bill Bratton with an Athena medical

01:14:31--> 01:14:34

bill Barton, the bar means some

01:14:35--> 01:14:40

with a Latina and 30 and below are specifically is used for somewhere between three and six.

01:14:41--> 01:14:49

So some and 30. So 30 and somewhere between three and six, so somewhere between 33 and 36.

01:14:51--> 01:14:51

You understand?

01:14:52--> 01:14:59

Better What does build army, some few and the number applies to somewhere between two

01:15:00--> 01:15:26

And six, minimum three maximum six submitter and Philippine What is 1330? So 30 and below, what would that mean? 33 to 36. So meaning more than 30 I saw more than 30 Mulliken angels. Yeah Brittany Runa. They were racing to it that au which of them Yakubu ha he writes it? Uh, well first.

01:15:27--> 01:15:43

Why? Because these kalimat are so beautiful, that the angels, all of them, they're rushed to write to record these words, first, who had most right to record which Angel had the most right to record these words?

01:15:44--> 01:15:58

The angel that is appointed to record the good deeds of that person. Right? But we see that besides Him, other angels that were present that heard these words, they also rush to record which angels were there.

01:16:00--> 01:16:04

Okay, the angels that were present in the congregation in the masjid witnessing the good deeds, okay.

01:16:06--> 01:16:27

Yes, you see, Allah subhanaw taala has appointed certain angels to go around in the streets and see where people are glorifying Allah, where they are remembering Allah. So when the angels come across a place like this, where people are remembering Allah, subhanaw taala, then what happens they call each other.

01:16:28--> 01:16:53

They call each other that Come here, come here. And then all those angels, they attend that gathering. And they witness, the vicar, the hours, the hopes and the wishes of those people. And then they go to a loss of panel data. And Allah asks them that What do my servants want? What were they say? What do they ask for? What are they afraid of? So then the angels basically give a report.

01:16:55--> 01:17:06

So many scholars have said that it was those angels who heard these words and then rushed to write these words first, what is it that people rush to do something first?

01:17:11--> 01:17:22

Okay, because it shows eagerness right, evenness, that you realize how good how important how beneficial it is, uh, you want to be the one who does it first.

01:17:23--> 01:17:30

So, every single one of those angels rushed in order to record these words. Now, what words

01:17:31--> 01:17:32

are they

01:17:33--> 01:17:48

have a banner, what I can hand Hanlon Catalan for you and will bottle confy do you know these words? Okay. Now say it with meaning. Okay, inshallah, when you read these words, realize that you're saying beautiful words.

01:17:49--> 01:18:17

Okay. Are there any other words that we can say? When we get up from ruku? After some you're alone? Even hamidah? Yes, there are many, because when you have been prompted, Allah is hearing that the speech that you do, that they made, that you do, then take advantage of that time right. So what can we say? This position which is known as Alma, because it is like a short premium upon rising from bluecore what is it that we say?

01:18:18--> 01:18:21

You have the sheet with you? Send me our lovely man hamidah

01:18:22--> 01:18:43

Allah has heard the one who has praised him semi our lovely man hamidah robina well I can hand Allah has heard the one who praised him or our Lord All praise is for you. Another there are witches into Hebrew hearts and there are lovely man Have you ever been our content have been copied on play even without or confused? So all these three, we have learned so far in

01:18:44--> 01:18:48

another one, incident episode, little B?

01:18:50--> 01:19:00

Little b unhemmed. What does it mean a little bit for my Lord and all perfect, complete Prince

01:19:01--> 01:19:06

for him, meaning you know these these two words What do they show?

01:19:08--> 01:19:12

What do they show? Okay, love but also all praises for my Lord?

01:19:14--> 01:19:17

How can I do justice to his praise to praising him?

01:19:19--> 01:19:20

How can I redo that little bit?

01:19:25--> 01:19:59

Yes, my lord. It makes it more personal. into a Muslim we learned from your lovely man hamidah along might have been a local hand mill a summer where the woman or the woman and I shoot them in che in battle. Allah has heard the one who praised him, Oh Allah, our Lord, for you is all praise. Praise that fills the heavens and fills the earth and filled whatever else you will. You know, like the climate of Allah if there are to be written even with the ocean

01:20:00--> 01:20:14

As in can the trees and spends it wouldn't be enough so no matter how much you glorify You praise them it's never sufficient so men and women have the fill of the heavens the fill of the earth will shape them and shape embargo.

01:20:15--> 01:20:22

Another version which isn't sorry Muslim along little banana can hand mill Asana wotty woman, Obi Wan, avena Houma

01:20:23--> 01:20:24

che in bamboo,

01:20:25--> 01:21:12

veneer, you will emerge the lemony idema later, what are more clearly my Menaka what I in fact, without even condemn, Oh Allah, our Lord, for you is all prayers as much as the fill of the heavens and the fill of the earth, and the fill of whatever that is between them, and the fill of whatever else you will, you are most worthy of praise and majesty. No one can prevent what you have will to bestow and no one can bestow what you have will to prevent the wealth of the wealthy one will not help him against you. Nothing can help against it. You are the all powerful, the most perfect in Sahih Muslim, but I've been a local hand mill, a semi wealthy woman, or the woman imagine them and

01:21:12--> 01:21:42

she invited to attend center. It will be a helpful malerkotla do work cool Luna locka aloha melomania idema our Peter, what I'm working at the moment, Erica, while I unfolded the main content, our Lord for you is praise that fills the heavens and fills the earth and fills whatever else you will. You are most worthy of praise and majesty deserving of what the slave has said, and all of us are slaves to you.

01:21:44--> 01:21:48

You are deserving of what the slave has said what has the slave said,

01:21:49--> 01:21:53

so far, a banana can handle us in our ultimate cheat environment.

01:21:54--> 01:21:56

And all of us are slaves

01:21:58--> 01:21:59

to every single person.

01:22:00--> 01:22:14

When he glorifies you, you are deserving of that glorification and praise when it comes to people, and they're praised by one individual, and then they're praised by 1000 people in their brains by 50,000 people. You're like, you know what, it's too much of a hype.

01:22:17--> 01:22:21

That this person doesn't really deserve all that greatness and all that praise. It's just a hype.

01:22:22--> 01:22:29

But when it comes to a loss of hanadama he deserves the praise of everyone who praises him.

01:22:30--> 01:23:05

Khan lunella car, all human beings, all angels, Oh Allah, no one can prevent what you have will to bestow and no one can bestow what you have willed to prevent the wealth of the wealthy one will not help him against you. Another version in Sahih Muslim Allahumma calahonda mill a summer a woman a woman demonstrate Umberto Aloma hit me with energy will borrow the one man bury the Aloma hidden even a newbie well haha Can I unit possible abbiamo minervois

01:23:06--> 01:23:54

Oh Allah, our Lord for you is praise that fills the heavens and filled the earth over here to be filled to heaven because it's a matte sky and filled whatever else you will, will Allah purify me with snow, hail and cold water? Will Allah cleanse me from the sins and errors just as a white garment is cleansed from dirt. So clean me wash me with cold water meaning my sins so that no trace of them remains on me. And these are the beautiful daughters of God. This beheld that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to say so inshallah we should also learn these in the coming weeks, you know, set a goal for yourself that I have to memorize at least three, at least for as many as possible.

01:23:56--> 01:23:56

Have

01:23:57--> 01:24:10

one very young girl about I think she's only 14 or 15 years old. She once asked me that, what can we say when we stand up from Roku? So I told her one of these logs. Next week she came to me she said you know I memorized it.

01:24:12--> 01:24:15

And then a couple weeks later, she told me I memorized all of them.

01:24:16--> 01:24:22

Because I shared this with her. And she said I've memorized all of them. So it's about eagerness.

01:24:24--> 01:24:25

eagerness right

01:24:27--> 01:24:37

but ultimate Nina t Haney Alfaro several mineral core, it might Nina also format Nina. Same, same word does different pronunciations.

01:24:38--> 01:24:49

So it might mean of meaning coming to rest. Hina for salamina record when a person raises his head from the record, meaning on rising from bluecore

01:24:50--> 01:24:58

it's what Nina is necessary. Meaning a person must become still It must not be a rolling stop. It should be a complete stop

01:24:59--> 01:24:59

and

01:25:00--> 01:25:24

Even though this record is very short compared to the piano, or compared to let's say the food still a person must come to a complete stop. Okay? And that is only possible if a person is glorifying Allah, Allah will her maiden I will have made that over an abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he raised his head, what's the word jellison

01:25:25--> 01:25:50

is the word he straightened jellison sitting here it gives meaning of being in his firm position of standing had that until your router it returned could no foreign every fucker McKenna who its place so when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam got up, whether it was from sajida or it was from bluecore

01:25:51--> 01:26:09

his back would become completely straight such that every football would come to its place. What is the core football is you know, the bones of your spine? your spine is not just one solid, long bone. What is it

01:26:11--> 01:26:14

small small bones you know together

01:26:15--> 01:26:42

one connected with the other your your vertebra basically. So he said that when he would get up from Saturday when he would get it from record. His back would be stripped is there were jellison Hata. Ruda corn loofah cotton, Meccano, meaning his back would be straight, not bent. Okay, not bent forward. Or that in a in a rush, he didn't even sit properly didn't even stand property, no.

01:26:43--> 01:26:44

His back became straight.

01:26:46--> 01:26:52

And what does that show a very relaxed normal standing position, very relaxed, normal sitting position.

01:26:53--> 01:27:28

This head is again it will be mentioned later had the center I will really call a high definition and saboten katakana Anderson, yen Atlanta for Latin abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam. He said the anus used to enter to the net meaning you would demonstrate for us he would show us what the prayer of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and when he would do that for guiding us slightly, then he would pray what either of our luminol record when he would lift up his head from record armor he would stand had that until Nakula we will take all the nesea he has forgotten

01:27:29--> 01:27:32

meaning he's forgotten to go to such that

01:27:34--> 01:27:39

he's still standing Okay, he's gonna go now Okay, he's gonna go now what he forgot he was praying.

01:27:40--> 01:27:41

What does it show?

01:27:43--> 01:27:48

Very long he would stand for a long time what why would he stand for a long time?

01:27:50--> 01:27:51

Because

01:27:52--> 01:28:07

yes, because he was making the law he was you know doing this via and definitely this will happen with you that you know, sometimes you crane behind an Imam. And when they get up from an accord they're standing you said something Alhaji Mohammed atta banana Callaghan Hamden Cathedral

01:28:09--> 01:28:10

and they're still standing

01:28:12--> 01:28:15

they're still standing and you wonder what are they saying?

01:28:16--> 01:28:31

Because the standing position should be very short right? But they're still standing so the people behind Honestly though, I knew he they would think that and this has forgotten this fella he's thinking about something else or maybe he's gone to sleep or something

01:28:33--> 01:28:37

which shows that he would make a lot of liquid and dry at this in this position.

01:28:39--> 01:28:43

And it also shows that he would be standing still

01:28:44--> 01:29:25

had doesn't actually have the finisher but to me, I never need to be later Anil Baba, probably Allahu Allahu Allah Canon Coronavirus. Have a lover and you send him What should you do? He said that record of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his sujood what he thought of the record, and when he would lift up his head from the poor, and wobbliness such detaining, and that which is between the two centers, or even minute Caribbean Minnesota, close to Sawa meaning close to being the same. So for things that I mentioned over here, prostration such that secondly, record, they were similar in length, these two were similar in length, because if you look at the TXT record and maybe in

01:29:25--> 01:29:42

Salalah, where you send them what would you do, okay. Secondly, what is silver mineral core with Venus such the thing and when he got up from record, and that which was between the two sides does that was similar in length.

01:29:43--> 01:29:48

You understand? Now, the fact that they were similar in length, what does it show?

01:29:50--> 01:29:59

What does it show that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was definitely saying something because we learned from so many a hadith that he said something if he said something

01:30:00--> 01:30:36

In record that means he said something in such that you if he said something, when standing up, he said something between the two such as also and you cannot say those occur unless you have come to a complete stop. And unless you have become still now, what do we see the fact that all of these positions were similar in their length that the prophets have a lot of sudden his Salah It was very, you know, the length of the position, they were very consistent. And this consistency, this is what brings moderation which brings beauty and ease also.

01:30:37--> 01:30:49

Because, sometimes what we do is that our first record very long, so long that when we stand up, we just assume your loved one having a little banana can hum and we go into such them.

01:30:51--> 01:30:55

And what happens one is very long, so we don't have patience to

01:30:56--> 01:30:58

you know, say anything in another position.

01:31:00--> 01:31:07

So, with this, there is no beauty and there is no ease either. If we want our salad to be easy.

01:31:08--> 01:31:17

We want to enjoy the prayer. And we also want the salad to be beautiful, then this kind of moderation and consistency is very, very essential.

01:31:19--> 01:31:28

inshallah, we'll conclude over here, time is up the next hour, this is also on the same topic, which inshallah we will cover next week. Now, you have a weekend coming up.

01:31:29--> 01:31:31

And that means that I should give you at least some homework

01:31:33--> 01:31:36

Should I or should I not give you a break?

01:31:37--> 01:32:09

In addition to reading all of the Ahadi, okay. Yes, obviously, and if you have not been able to review the previous ones, this is a time that you catch up. Because remember that when we read something once it is not necessary that we will retain it forever. But when you review it when you repeat it with more practice, there's more chances that inshallah you will retain it. Okay. So this is one homework that you have to review that Hadith. Secondly, I want you to look up the meaning of the word locker and record.

01:32:12--> 01:32:14

Where will you look it up? Where will you find it?

01:32:17--> 01:32:19

dictionary? Which dictionary?

01:32:22--> 01:32:25

Which dictionary? Do you have an Arabic to English dictionary?

01:32:27--> 01:32:28

You have it or you don't have it?

01:32:29--> 01:33:09

Okay Alhamdulillah now that you are doing the advanced course, you must you must possess an Arabic to English dictionary, whether it is a hardcopy, or it is on your phone, or it is a website that you use, you must have access to do a dictionary. Okay, inshallah, I will share a link with you. on which there are many different dictionaries on the same page, there is a search tool, you just put in the root letters in Arabic, okay, or you can even type them in English. And what happens is that from different dictionaries, that page opens up.

01:33:10--> 01:33:43

Okay, so hence where even Lane's lexicon you also have a lot of older dictionaries there. And those of you who do not will do. I think there's also some other language which I couldn't tell what language it was. So there's many different languages I want you to look up the meaning of the word recor and Raka. Why is it that the word locka was used for gurukula? What does Raka I mean the verb Raka Okay, and record literal meaning and aka the noun Raka What does that mean?

01:33:45--> 01:33:45

Okay.

01:33:47--> 01:33:59

And I will not ask you to memorize these grounds because we are going to spend time doing it. But if you would like to start saying at least some of these daughters immediately, do spend some time reviewing inshallah.

01:34:00--> 01:34:10

Okay, inshallah, we'll see you next week. So Chronicle long will be one big measure the La Ilaha. Illa. anta Mustapha Luca wanted to be like I said, I'm Monica. What happened to like you about a cat.