Bukhari 129 The Characteristics of the Prayer Hadith 862 875

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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una sala de la suite de la creme

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de la mina shape line Allah Diem Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim rubbish finally aside that he were sadly angry that Emily Sani of Cali

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so inshallah Today we will conclude a web server to solder the chapters concerning the description of the prayer. And we were studying that will easily be any woman a big burly human or slow what Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa de Mille Janata Valerie Dany. Well, Jenna is was awful for him, that At what age are children required to perform will do for the purpose of prayer. And especially children over here refers to

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boys, young boys who have not reached the age of puberty, but at the same time, they're not little children. And especially around the age when prayer becomes obligatory on children. So for example, at the age of seven children should be taught how to pray. And by the age of 10, they should be praying, which is why if they take the matter of prayer lightly, then they have to be disciplined. And majority of of the boys at the age of 10, they have not reached the age of purity. And likewise, when boys they have to pray, and that means they have to pray like men, which means that they have to pray with the men in the masjid in German, and which means that they have to go for Friday Salah

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also, and obviously at times, they will have to go for janazah prayer and they also have to go for eat prayers. So boys who are of this age, should they be performing Voodoo? Should they be performing hustle for the Friday prayer? Or is it not mandatory on them? What's the answer from the Hadees that we have learned so far? When it comes to will do should they be performing will do? Yes? What's the evidence?

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Even above the level

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unless rather lower and who was not related to my moon or the line? Okay. Even Arbus was related to maimunah lohana How did she was his holla. Mine, his aunt, maternal and so he spent the night with her in her house and the prophets are the ones who was also there because she was the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And what happened during the night he saw that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam got up in order to pray, and before he prayed, what did he do, he performed will do. And even our best he also got up, performed will do and prayed next to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he came and joined him on his left side, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam moved him on to

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this right side, which means that when a boy prays, and he has to do will do, because prayer is something obligatory on him. And obligatory action you have to fulfill all the preconditions. And one of the prerequisites of prayer is the heart of will do. Correct and secondly, we see the evidences that the fact that he moved in from his left side to his right side to make the soft proper shows that even children have to observe the proper etiquette the proper rules of Sunnah it will take time for them to perfect it with age and with majority these things will become better but they should be guided in that direction from the beginning meaning from the time when prayer becomes

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mandatory on them. So inshallah we will begin from a hadith number 870 had the honor of William O'Neal about honor Schreiber and his re collar volunteer Obama took news at an issue later on, he said, I shall blow on her. She narrated that Ottoman Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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What does archenemy from Atma Ottoman is late night, Allah tala is used for reshot prayer when it is prayed really late, not after it's due time but you know at the very end of it. So one night the prophets or the Lord said I'm delayed for after Isha. What color Yeshua had done earlier had done a murmur on his earlier on earlier Turner, a Chateau de la Marina. Arthur Matsuda, Hassan Allahu alayhi wa sallam. fillory Sheree. So in one narration, it's just Ottoman that we use a lot is that in the other narration, it is Arthur model su de la he's on a luxurious elevator. He had that until nada who model or model below and who he called him, meaning from the masjid. He called the Prophet

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sallallahu sallam, and he said God, in fact, Nam and Nyssa or was CBN. The women and the children have gone to sleep. Meaning in the masjid, they've been sitting waiting for the prayer. And the women have gone to sleep and the children have also fell asleep for hora de Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came out meaning in order to lead the people in prayer for God. So he said in the who later I hadn't indeed there.

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No one min L of the from the people of the earth. You suddenly who is praying for Allah, having a Salah, this prayer meeting there a short prayer allow you to come other than you. There is no one amongst the inhabitants of the earth who have prayed this letter but you

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only you have performed this prayer. What a miracle I hadn't. And there is no one the oma in this day you suddenly who's performing the prayer Layla in Medina, except for the people of Medina.

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So there's a number of things in this Hadees First of all, the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prayed selected Russia late when it comes to the performance of prayer, remember that it should be done as early as possible. However, when it comes to selected Asia, then what is preferred that it should be pre late. Why? Because after selected Russia, the prophets of Allah Islam dislike that people should Converse right and they should stay awake. Unless someone has something very important and urgent to do or something you know, with the family or with guests, then that is a different situation. But generally, one should not stay awake after Russia. Now, at certain times of

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the year, Russia is very early. So when your prayer shot at seven o'clock in the night, does it mean that you will sleep by it? When will you do your work? So in these situations, in such days, what is better that you delay a shot until as late as possible. And this is also a sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Secondly, we see that in the masjid, the people were waiting, okay, they were waiting for the prayer to begin. And amongst those people was who women and children, women and children because while they were waiting, they fell asleep. So in other words, they had been waiting for a long time. So this shows that women came to the masjid in order to pray, and the children also

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came. So it is proving over here about children performing the prayer, along with the adults. So this had it shows that the children at the time of the profits of Madison used to pray with the rest of the people.

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Then we also see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam encouraged the people. When he came, he said that there is no one who prayed this prayer except for you. Because think about it, at which other places of the world at that time. Was Salah being being performed in congregation? Nowhere. Yes, there were Muslims in Makkah, yes, they were Muslims in other places. But could they perform salette in German? No, they couldn't. Especially in Makkah, no way. So he encouraged them that look, only you prayed for Allah at this hour at this time. Earlier, we learned that a person should be eager to perform Salah at different places.

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Which is why there is an encouragement to move even a step to the right or a step forward or step back so that you're prostrating in a different location. Because the more places you perform your Salah in, the more witnesses you will have on the Day of Judgment. This Hadith shows to us that we should also be eager to perform the prayer at different times, at different times. As long as that time is correct. Okay. Not that a person starts to pray for that forbidden time. Okay? No, at different times. Also, one should perform the prayer. And sometimes it happens that if you're the only one praying it becomes discouraging. So for example, in the morning, after the sun has risen

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completely. At that time when everybody's getting ready to go or you know getting ready to start their day stopping your work and performing to a car or for the car or six o'clock or whatever. It may be difficult. nobody's doing it. Why should I do it? But do it if you have the time and if you have the ability, then certainly do it. So there is an encouragement at this height is to perform Salah at various times also. Alright, hi. I'm Rob neuroligin Kala Kala Hadassah Sophia and her destiny Adora. avison Samir teubner Besant of the Allahu ohana Kala hora, Julian, a man set to even our best shahidul hora de Mara Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. shahida you witnessed alhaja

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the going out marsudi lays a lovely asylum with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam meaning you were present at that time when the prophets had a lot of fun and went out this whole road. What is this referring to? for their eighth prayer? Because which prayer is not performed in the masjid? out in the open their eighth prayer, right? I mean, this was the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that's what he would prefer. Go everybody go out in the open and perform the song over there. So even our best was asked, were you present were you there? Bollinger um, he said yes. I

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was one Ola makani Minh who Masha hit to well Ola and if it was not makhani my position men who in from him meaning to him Masha hit the who I would not have witnessed it which McCann which position of his is he referring to the fact that she was a relative, right of the prophets of Allah Salaam. And you know that when people are going for it, who's with them, their relatives, right? And especially extended families, usually they go out together for either together for the purpose of reading and also because even our best at this time was young.

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Okay, so this is what he wasn't implying. Yeah, and even silletti meaning his young age, this is what he was implying, okay, after he came, meaning the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he went out for the prayer he came Allah Allah what is

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not an alum,

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a mark assign Okay, so he came to the mark the sign allele, which in the is near daddy home, gotta mustn't near the house of Gothia, even silent. So, what is he referring to the landmark and at that time, obviously, people would, you know, tell about a certain place by the natural landmarks that were there. So, he said the prophets on a lot of them came there, that landmark, so mahatama then he addressed the people somewhere then after Nisa, he came to the women leading the place where the women were he went over there for one hour hoonah and he advised them whether calahonda and he reminded them what Amala Hoon and he commanded them as a darkness that they should give in charity

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for their Allah till more. So a woman but do we do we what does it mean? How to go down when either our Do we know what this is Bob if are you doing the action on something else make something to fall? So she would in other words throw they put down via the hair with her hand a lot healthier help, what is Hulk necklace? Help is basically something that is round, okay. So it can refer to a ring it can refer to a necklace, it can even refer to an earring basically her jewelry

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tool do TV so we bill and she would throw it in the cloth of Villanova and who because he was also with the prophets on a lot of them some who were will be led on and beta. Then after that, him and delay they went to the house me in the house called the Prophet Solomon Islam. So anyway, in this Hadith, what do we see that even our bass, he's saying that yes, of course I was with the prophets of Allah is Allah on your you, I went out with him. And he stood at that location and he addressed the people and then he went to the women. Now tell me something good. A lot of men go with the Prophet sallallaahu listen to the women's side, no bilateral dilemma and who went okay, there was a

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reason behind that. But from this narration, it seems that even our bass was also there.

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How could he go

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low lamb or canny men who measure him too, he was a child. So he tagged along.

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So, again, this heading shows that children they should be present at the time of prayer in larger congregations as well as smaller congregations wherever it may be. And this is a prayer.

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Now, in all of these are Hades Jeanette is are not mentioned.

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Okay, in the Bab what is mentioned he then the two repairs are mentioned this Hardee's proves it. But their eighth prayer is a very large congregation. And from that, by extension, we also learned that even janaza prayer, children may attend janaza prayer children may attend.

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Think about it janazah. What is done as

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someone has died,

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there's going to be a dead body, which is going to be carried to the graveyard by the man

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which is going to be buried and children should be allowed to witness these things.

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Aren't they going to get scared?

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Did any one of you see a dead body in young age when you were little?

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When was your first exposure? How old were you? Yeah.

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We were just driving on the road and I was a child in the car in the backseat. And my parents were like trying to warn you. And I still like said don't look on the right and obviously I looked at the right. So I saw those bodies and I still remember like it looked really scary. You couldn't see the bodies thinking person was really far. But you can make all the body type and there were two people, their faces were bagged and just hanging there for the last nine years.

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They had asked all of us because of this classroom school, they asked all the students to go to the home and visit, like, we saw that that's the first I think I remember Wait, oh, my grandparents passed away vaguely. But my This one was I remember I was in class one, I think that age was just to remember, I was six years old, we went to this person's house to see it sort of pay our respects to the body.

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I'm astonished to know that none of you saw a dead body before the age of eight. I mean, the earliest age that we have is eight in this group of people that were sitting together.

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The fact is that we don't talk to children about death.

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We don't expose them to this very, very important reality.

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And as a result, what happens is that children when they're growing up, they get very attached to this life, and very attached to the things of this world.

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Because they don't have anywhere in their mind that one day, we have to leave it, everybody has to leave it, this dunya is not forever. And this is something that children need to learn from a very, very young age. Because this is eliakim, what Rebecca had to actually attain, what is the thing that

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it is the most certain reality of this life, death, we're all going to die.

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And we think that the children are going to be afraid, they're going to be traumatized, not saying expose them to every detail. But let them become familiar with the concept that everyone who comes to this world one day will leave, when there's a death in the family, sometimes children are not informed at all.

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When there's a janazah, and the body is lying over there in the house, children are not shown.

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They're not they're not exposed. But when they will see that body, the one that will pray for that body, they will begin to think about that.

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And it's very important

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is what we see on TV or stories. And it's, it's almost as if it's not a reality. And we don't realize what true death is, until we experience it sometimes. So it's, it's really important to prepare a child mentally. And initially there is complete ignorance. And when there is slight awareness, it comes with a lot of fear, right? So many people, they develop fear of death.

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And of course, it is scary. But just the mention of death scares people.

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One thing that I experienced when I was telling my son about death, that he couldn't understand what do you mean

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that we will die? You know, it's something that this concept, he could not grasp. Somebody, I think he was asking me about my grandparents. So I want to tell him that all of them are not alive. So I don't know how to explain to him. So I said, the angels came and took them, because everyone is going to be in this world for some time. And then when Allah the panel data decides, then Allah will send the angels and the angels will come and take the person. And then they have to wait until the day of judgment.

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And that is where I told him about the angels of death. What they're like either they're good, very beautiful, with shiny, beautiful faces, or they're scary, and they beat a person. I just told him about good, beautiful angels and scary angels. But I was telling him about scary angels, he started crying, I thought I you know, I went a little too far. Then I comforted him that if a person does good things, then only good angels will come, they will bring fragrance they will bring beautiful clothes, soft clothes, they will give him good news. Then a person will see Jenna you know, obviously a window to Jenna is open and a person has shown his home in the grave. So a few details

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so that at least there is some familiarity.

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Because who knows they might have to witness our death.

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They might have to witness our right. How many young children are there whose parents passed away.

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So you want that your children have the strength to accept these realities, so that we protect everyone but you never know what they may have to face in their lives. We become very attached to people we love people our family members, mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle, all these people very much cousins, but everyone's life and death isn't unless hands. One day everyone is going to leave. And we want that our children should maintain their email and should

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grow in their faith when these tragedies they come in their way. So it's necessary to prepare them from before at least make them familiar with the concept of them.

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She has a question she was asking me what happened with da da da da ready to go. So they passed away. So then she asked herself, do everybody has to die? I said, Yes, everybody has to die, you will die to this I will die. And then she started crying. If you die, what will I do? What if I need you there? for a second? I was just what should I say that it's okay. Don't worry, Allah will be there. And he will take care of you. And he has angels who always take care of you. You have

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somebody who will take care of me and she was like making sure okay, if I need you, and you are not there you are gone and what I will do. So that was the first interaction I had with her. And then we had this kind of interactions two, three more times and same questions she had that you will die to who said Yeah, I will. And then she she was worried that what will I do that I will die to mica Yes, you will also die. And just share yesterday, maybe they learned in class or something. She came to me and she just started. You know, Mama dunya this art is not our home. Thank you. Yes, I know, it's

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open, we have a shopping where I think

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you know, children, they have amazing ability to imagine. And this is something that we really need to take full advantage of. Tell them about gentleman described to them, tell them about the rivers have done other homes have done. The descriptions that we learned from the Quran and Sunnah. share those details with them. And you know, recently, my son, something broke, and his aunt, she said that better. This is dunya, Indonesia, nothing stays forever.

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Nothing stays forever. Either, it will wreck it will finish. Or we will finish which she just said this one thing. This is the near. And he's just looking at her like what are you talking about? But I thought this is also important for children to understand. Because their things break, they get hurt, they lose things, they get upset? And why is it that we react so much because we don't understand the reality of this world. So it's necessary that these concepts they're built on from a very young age, through this concept of death, build on a hero, Hellfire paradise. The fact that in that Illa he was in LA theological, we came from Allah, we go back to him, the fact that I will not

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be there for you, but Allah will be there for you. Allah loves you more than I do. So whenever I tell my son, I love you. He says, Yeah, but Allah loves me more than you love me.

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So these are things that we really need to keep reminding them of, so that they don't think that we are everything to them. No, we're just human beings.

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Yeah, every child is different. You never know what may make sense to them. For some children, it might be difficult to understand the concept of a grave. For others, it may be difficult to understand what do you mean we die, whatever every mother knows what her child will be able to understand. So through whatever means teach them.

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So children may also be taken to wear slagel janazah, many years ago at one of the sisters was visiting, she passed away in the masjid. And my niece was here. And she actually saw she saw that body she saw the paramedics come. And she was in shock that what happened. But she and she had many questions. And my sister and my mother, both of them, they explained to her.

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This girl is different in the way she thinks. Because from a very young age, she saw a dead body. She understood we're not here forever. She had so many questions, and everything was explained to her. But children when they ask these questions, we say it's okay. Don't worry, everything will be okay. distract the child, don't let them talk about death. Don't let them hear anything about death. You know if somebody has died and children asked where so and so they say we say they're in Germany. How do you know they're in German? This is a very common answer that I've heard people get

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there in general, how do you know? Tell them they have passed away. The angels came and took them now they're not in this world anymore.

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And this is a reality that we need to make our children aware of.

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The earlier it is the better it is for them for their for their

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Strike.

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A few more things with regards to this map. Now children, they attend the congregation big or small. And when they have reached the age of tummies, meaning such an age in which they're able to distinguish between what is clean and what is not, it's time to pray. So on and so forth, the Salah is going on, you know, this majority, you know, and this comes around the age of seven, eight. So once they have developed the sense, they should be performing the prayer. What about leading the prayer?

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The age of puberty is a condition, okay, but what's the evidence of that?

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At the age of 10, a boy has to pray. If he doesn't pray, the father is allowed to physically, I mean, discipline him, right.

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Which means that they cannot leave the prayer.

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It's far beyond them, even though they haven't reached the age of puberty. So when it's farther than them, it means they can pray as one. Individually, they can pray as a man and they can even pray as if they're made the Imam, then there better be a reason for that. Like, they know more Quran than others.

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And there is a hadith in Bukhari and Muslim that we learned about earlier that one of the companions, I'm going to even selama he said that my father came from the prophets that a lot of sentiment said that he had heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say when the time for prayer comes, let the one among you who knows the most Koran lead you in prayer?

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The one who knows most Koran lead you in prayer.

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So they all looked, and they did not find anyone who knew more than me. So they made me the Imam. And I was a boy of six or seven years,

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six or seven years, and he was made the email. And the Heidi's the longer version of this hadith that tells us that he was so small. And he had such short clothes, that when he would go down into servitude is i would i would show. So this woman One day, she complained. And she said, Come on, people make something for your email. So everybody pulled in, and they bought some clothes for him, so that the man would wear clothes that would cover his body. So what's the condition for imama? Knowledge of Quran? But in addition to that, remember, puberty is not a condition? No, what is the condition to me is the sense of discernment. I did we do? I lost my will do. I'm facing the Qibla I

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should not be looking here and there. You know, some children No matter how much you tell them, wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands, they don't get it.

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They're sitting on the toilet urine is everywhere you explain to them this is your and this is not just they don't get it. And the mothers get so frustrated people they're frustrated, but you know what? It's gonna come with age.

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Right? So some children by the age of five, six, they still don't get it. And some Mashallah, by the age of six, seven, they know how to use the bathroom properly, how to wash their hands, dry their hands, make sure the toilet is clean. They have that sense. So once a child develops a sense of bahara and they know Quran, can they lead people in prayer? Yes, they can. So do we understand this once and for all? Because every now and then there's a question and a big issue is made out of this matter. That How come a child is leading the people in prayer? Well, he knows more than you and I. So he has all the right to lead. And he should believe in

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one video I saw this little child, the way he was standing in prayer was far better than the people behind

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it reading Quran looking down, not looking here, there. The men behind him are looking here and there. He's standing properly, so properly. So when they have that sense, and they know the Quran, why not? Of course they should know the prayer, they should know how to perform the Salah properly.

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Again, children when they're given responsibility, they really become serious.

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And they perform really well, really well. As long as they're given that responsibility. They're given that knowledge.

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If there is an older person who knows equal amount of Quran should preference be given to him. Age, it's not necessarily a factor because of which a person should be given preference but remember that when both have equal knowledge and votes should get their turns. So there is no harm if sometimes the child is leading and sometimes the other is leading. There is no harm in that.

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I remember when my brother he was memorizing parts of the Quran. In the winter, especially at night when it was impossible to go to the masjid my father many times he would make him lead wise because in that way he was getting his practice and he would also get to review his Quran. When children are given that responsibility that leadership they are more

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interested.

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Think about it. If my father were to read through the mandatory shot first a car you think my brother would stand happily at the age of nine.

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He just be waiting. When is this letter going to end? I want to go play my Xbox, huh? But when he is the Imam and he's reciting? Of course he's all in the prayer. Right? So chances opportunities must be given to children. And if they're not given the opportunity our Messiah did, When are they going to learn? Where are they going to get that experience? Where 100 Allah this Ramadan if we had our own, who filed lead the tarawih prayer, and it was beautiful. I mean, one of the boys, His voice is just now getting heavy. And it was so nice to pray behind him. You know, it's such a good motivation for everybody, encouragement for many people, and at the same time, a great opportunity for that

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child.

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So from the delight of Buddha, this is our goal that we want to produce reciters and you know, Cara and her files, and also people who can lead others in prayer. And this is the reason why our doors will always be open for children who can lead who have the sense of fahara who are good in their knowledge of the Quran, they will be given opportunity to lead others in prayer. inshallah. Let's move on. We have to conclude this chapter today. Bab Kuru janessa, Elan Masada the lady will Hollis who janessa who wrote the going out of Anissa women in a massage to the massage when the lady in the night will Hollis of Alice is darkness and basically women going out to the massage it in the

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darkness and in the night. So in the night of course for a short prayer in the darkness is the darkness of fudger prayer. Okay, for a shot when it is late or February early or sometimes the month of Ramadan for pm Elaine can women go to the masjid is it permissible for them had doesn't have William any other children as your Avon is recall avani earlier took this debate on our shuttle the long run Hakata Erica Matsuda lies a lot where to send them will automatic hatanaka who Romano nominee shall also be on for origin abuse or Allahu alayhi wa sallam for call me and tell you I had a ladle coming up. What are you Sunland? yoma in 11? Medina What can you use a Luna la automata FEMA

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Bina a leave a chef aku Illa Susie Leyland of one same as the previous one just a slight difference in the wording at the end that what can we use soluna automata that the people use to perform the reshot prayer in general as routine what was the habit that FEMA the time that was bainer between a new leave a shop that the shop would completely disappear he latona the ladle of one until the first third of the night meaning first third of the night was over so basically after mclubbe ended the profit sort of Alison will pray anytime after that. Okay. Until when maximum the latest he would pray was up to the end of the first third of the night. So at this occasion the prophets on a lot of

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time delayed it until the very end of the first third of the night. So this had these we see that the fact that remodel didn't run who said Nam Anissa was Libyan the women went to break salata, raesha late at night also

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had the center everybody to let him know Moosa and hamdulillah Theron said in in New York Villa, and you've neuromotor there'll be a lot more in Houma and in the BS en la hora to send them a call. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said either when is that then accom seeks permission from you who Nyssa accom your women when your women asked you believe early in the night meaning about the night in El Masjid to the masjid going to the masjid. So if your women asked you to go to the masjid in the night, for what purpose? for prayer, but then all ohana, then give permission to them. Who is being told over here? The men, the fathers, the husbands, the brothers, the awam are basically being

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told that when your women take permission from you to go to the masjid at night, then let them go dabar who shirt button and in our machine on which are hidden under the Armada on interviews on a lot where to send them. So from this Hadith, we learned that women are allowed to go to the masjid in the night. So in the night, they're allowed to go What about the day? Even more so? Right? Because obviously in the night it is more.

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I mean, you could say it's more dangerous, okay, because that is when many, you know fitness in April this spread. So if at that time women are allowed in the profits of Novartis and I'm told them and to allow their wives to go then that means obviously during the day, they may go out. So obviously when there is fear of danger and fitna

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and certain times of the year are more, you know, difficult in the sense that there might be some criminal on the run. or there might be some people revolting out in the streets. So in that situation, what

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When going out when there's gunfire, and there's, you know, people who are after women to harass them physically sexually abused them, then in that situation obviously, if the father if the husband stops the woman from going, then there is no harm in that. Now many people say oh at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, there wasn't much fitna

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and these days things are very different. So women should not go to the masjid. You know what's amazing? The same people who stop women from going to the masjid when they're going to the masjid. They will drop their lives at the malls. Yes, they will. They will drop their wives at the mall. They will go to the masjid pray themselves, and then they will go pick their wives up. Where's greater fitna in the masjid or in the mall in the mall? At the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam tell me which year was it when there was no fear of the enemy? Which year? Every single year, every single year there was fear of the enemy which enemy declaration aka the Bedouin tribes who would you

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know who had alliances with the Quran? They would come in harass the Muslims every now and then. Right? When African in Medina, the Jews who lived very close to Medina, okay, and then towards the end of the prophets are about Islam's life the Romans, right. So tell me, when was it that it was not time of fitna it was always the time of fitna. So, you have to see each day when is it safe? You know, where is it safe? Yes, certain areas are more you know, risky or more dangerous, other areas are not like that. So, a person has to see what situation he is in. And based on that he should judge for himself. Yes, unfortunately in many Muslim countries, there is no concept of women going

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to the masjid no concept whatsoever the women's areas. You know, for example, in massage the massages which are built by, for example, Arabs in Muslim countries. So for example, in Pakistan, there are many massages that have been made built by Arabs. And obviously when they will build a Masjid, they will also make a section for the women. But those sections are converted into storerooms. They are I remember once I was in Karachi, to go to a doctor far far from our house and it was most of the time. I had to pray for the driver. He just went in to into the masjid. We were parked right outside the masjid. So me and my friend, we went up to the masjid door and we were not

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allowed to step foot.

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Like we need to pray. We can't pray out in the street. There was no street it was all you know, sewage and filth everywhere there is no where do we pray. We didn't know what to do. We weren't allowed to go into the masjid. So then we went and knocked on people's houses that were across from the masjid. And this one lady, she allowed us to come in. But she was so worried. Because obviously these two strange women have come into her house. And she's like, I'm really sorry. But we can't trust anyone these days. But I will let you come and pray. So it was so kind of where she led us in. But unfortunately, there is no place for many women in the massage. And the excuse that is made is

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fitna

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because, you know now I'm learning Quran. And this was the first time she prayed for each prayer actually. And she didn't know. She went and she was very happy that she's able to go to eat here. But before that she was very busy with the family and everything. She never got the chance. But what she called me because one of the other lady in our family that is considered to be the most knowledgeable in Dean and she's the only one who knows the full niqab and everything Mashallah she's very knowledgeable. But she said that she called her and actually scolded her that how would you go to the masjid for each prayer you're not supposed to? And she actually quoted the Hadees from Sahih

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Bukhari that the Hadith we learned that the professor Sallam said that the best place for women to pray is the closest corner in the house she gave that her these as evidence that is for sure purpose. Yeah, Miss, that's when I explained her and I told her these are hobbies and she told me if you can send me this link, I will give her that 100 lamora diefenbach Holly that show that women should go to the masjid. Why should they be allowed to go to the masjid the prophets of Allah Islam said let them go. Why? Because when they will go to the masjid who will go with them? children?

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Why else should they go to the masjid? To pray there and get more reward? The whole generation whatever, like whatever will be her baby and from her babies to another the education will be moved to them. Yes. And the fact is that when our women were prevented from going to the masjid, then who kept away the children, and when the old family is sitting at home in front of the TV, why should the man go? Why should he go to the woman said the children said the men also stay, nobody goes to the masjid.

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And you know, women when they will go then children

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And we'll go. My husband, he tells me about how when he started going to the muster, that his mother would drive him every day.

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Man a lot of water because that is where he got the habit.

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She would drive him every day to the masjid

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for a shot, take him, they can pray there, and then come back. Take him again. Take him again every day the mother is taking the sun.

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And this is how the habit began.

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And now 100 alive so much that if he doesn't pray, in the masjid, at least or sharp, it's like if you haven't prayed, it's not the same. And this is an encouragement for us also that sometimes our husbands they allow us the father's allow us we don't go

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we don't go this is you know, not Ramadan. This Hadith is not talking about just rambled on it's about the rest of the year also. So make a point to go to the masjid for sought after shot, especially when the nights are longer shot is early. You can take the children with you. Why not? And also remember when the women go to the masjid, they will learn how to pray. Because when you see someone praying, then you notice something and you're like, how come they're doing it? I don't know. So you ask them and you learn something from other people. You listen to the Quran, you gain something beneficial, it's a human need to interact with others. It's a human need.

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1000s of Muslims live these days, their adverse situation that we are in is that we have distant women from massages because in Prophet Muhammad Salah sometimes and and afterwards even women used to come to mercy. They used to pray there, they used to even ask question they used to give their own comments. They used to interact with a mom and we will have knowledge. So the visual reason of our plight is that we have distant women from Australia. And if a woman wishes to go and study the deen somewhere, she is told no. The best place for you is your home. Your duty is towards your children and your family. She's a human being she needs some motivation, some encouragement, some

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mental stimulation, a boost of faith. If men go to the masculine they get their boost from their women also need it. How is it that a woman is expected to stay at home cook and clean all day, run after the children change diapers, and have cashew in her prayer consistently, she needs a boost. Have pity on her. And when this reason is given that I need to go to learn to that my man can improve? The question is asked why is it that your mind is dependent on certain places?

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Of course, it is. Because we are human beings. These massages are places of faith. Right?

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What is the heart of a place from where people you know the goal and the worship of La Sopranos are over there get a boost in their faith. And they go back to their homes.

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They said You're crazy. If the thing is on computer, everything's online, why can I do all this stuff if I had been sitting on the line, but in online classes, it's not like motivating you that much is sitting on the class. But even those who are taking it online or not online, I mean, just online classes not mean, what I'm trying to say like a person has the opportunity to go in a gathering and sit there, then they will definitely read more benefits. Again, there is another issue here that just because a person is not allowed to go to a class, they say what can I do, so do nothing at home. Now, remember that if Plan A doesn't work, think about Plan B. If you cannot go to

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a class, think about how you can take a class from home, how you can continue to improve your faith sitting at home. And there are many ways to do that. But obviously in a gathering amongst other people, it is definitely helpful. Now this Hadees shows that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he told the men when your women asked you, what does it show to us that as women, what is our responsibility that we must take permission from our guardians, whether they are our husbands or fathers or elder brothers, whoever they may be? Whoever man of the family is in charge over us. We must take their permission before doing something unusual in the sense that going in the night is something unusual,

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right? Likewise, you're going to start up a class, you're going to join a class, you're going to go somewhere on the weekend, you're going to go somewhere in the evening, take permission from your husband, don't take it for granted. take permission from he is the boss and let him feel that he is the boss. He is Allah has made him the vassal he is the boss. So take permission. And remember that if permission is not taken, then it will cause distrust and unnecessary strain in the relationship. Why create that? communicate and over communicate? Okay. Sometimes it happens that we think it's under

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stood I'm gonna go here he knows.

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It's my problem also, sometimes, you know, you take it for granted. But this for this is a very important reminder that take permission in form and what will happen, you will get their support with their approval, you will get their support. And it's very, very important. People whose daughters might not be righteous, they might be you know, without permission during sinful acts. And then there might be a righteous daughter who's asking to go get like, you know, go pray in the masjid or get more knowledge. And if you deny her that, then what are you setting up your society with Mike you know, and also referring to the point of we're going to mention, a woman who goes for

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Hajj is considered machaca does and so can you imagine, I guess she's working for Hajj, you're going out of your house, you're going out of your way. And there's much reward in that because it brings you closer to Allah. So we have to see why is somebody asking? And even if you don't know the why, like the command is there for you to do it? I mean, for women, it's very difficult to step out of the house, especially in the night.

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Okay. Now remember that when a woman goes to the masjid, and obviously she has to observe the proper etiquette, right? What's the proper etiquette? Okay, hijab, in addition to that, the fragrance should not be such that it spreads

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loud in the sense that it should not be disturbing, but a woman's voice in itself is not. Okay. And in the congregation, if the place is such that men and women are together in one place, and what did we learn from a hadith earlier, that as soon as a prayer ended, the women would get up so that the men have their space in the Lord NSE DML, Imam Illa Allah intuitiveness the waiting of the people to yam for the sending of an email, the Imam who is Allah, Allah was also knowledgeable to basic people waiting for a knowledgeable Imam to get up. In other words, once the prayer has ended, then what happens?

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What happens generally, not just the women, even the men, what do they do? a samurai, Allah and instantly people get up and start going, but what do we learn from this? that people should wait for the Imam especially when he is a person of knowledge? When you're praying behind a chef, a scholar, then wait, when he gets up, then you get because it's disrespectful. And sometimes it's unfortunate that salon has been said and immediately the announcements have to be made because if they're not made, people will not know when you know the timings are changed, or any important information people will miss out on so the event doesn't get to do his liquor. The people who are sitting over

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there, they don't get to do their ask God. It said so people should wait.

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It's not obligatory, but it is definitely more respectful. Do you have this vibe written in your book

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had the fun Abdullah hypno Mohammed had this enormous amount of the amount of LaDonna units on his every color her death 30 Hindu bintan heretic and masala Mata Zoda Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of Murata and then the safira the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the women in the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam canal they used to eat as alumna. They would say the salamina in October at from the obligatory prayer covenant, they would stand up with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would remain sitting once or luminary jelly and also whoever had prayed amongst them and they would also remain sitting, Masha Allah, how much ever

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Allah will meaning sometimes for a few minutes, sometimes longer, sometimes less for either Parramatta Sol la sala la video center on Comedy Jan, when the profits on a lot is that and then the men would get a look at how much respect they had for us with the loss of the mothers, that perhaps, you know, he may have to tell us something he may have to teach us something we will wait, you know, so that we can get his attention. Right? Perhaps he wants to say something so I don't want to miss out on anything. So the Sahaba would remain sitting until the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would be sitting

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at the front of the law hidden Muslim at the American hair or had the center of the law have no use a color bar on an Alec and you're here if necessary. Then Amata Binti Abdullah on our shadow college, she said in Canada Suleiman sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lucidly? Indeed the Prophet sallallahu ala will perform the super prayer meeting the federal prayer. I am sorry for Nisa. Oh, then the women would leave while they were motor left VR, with lfpr

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covered wrapped up in their garments be mortal to him with their shawls, meaning the women would have covered themselves with their shorts. My year off, men and lls they could not be recognized because of the darkness. But this Hadees and the following are Hadith they are a continuation of the previous lab.

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What was the previous bad women going to the

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But in the middle, there is one verb inserted, which is people waiting for the email, which shows that one body is in or teaching or something in the middle, that women going to the masjid, what is the etiquette that they should leave, meaning as soon as the prayers and then they should leave, why

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the men should remain sitting so that they're with the Imam, perhaps they will learn something, okay, but the women should leave. Why?

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Because this was a Masjid in which there was no men section and no women section, it was just a main, one room in which the men prayed in the front, and the women prayed in the back. So when the men would have to leave, they would have to come through the women section, you can see where the women were praying. So for the best interest of the men, and in the best interest of the women, the women, they will just leave themselves.

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And this shows to us that in general, whenever people are gathered somewhere, whether it is for the purpose of talim, for the purpose of rabada, whenever people are gathered, you know, even in a house when they're gathered for the purpose of eating on a wedding, and what is best that the men are sitting separate from the women, it doesn't mean that there has to be a wall in the middle. If you have a wall, men can relax women, they can relax even more, they can take their hijabs off and, you know, have their good time, they can talk over the 160, you know, it's more relaxing for the women. But if there is no wall in the middle, and they're in the same area, men should be sitting separate

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from the women. Because if this has been done,

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then what about everything else in Sora? When you're looking now, but in other events, you know, for example, a class than what is best that the women's seats are separated from the men's seats. That doesn't mean that for sure. Women have to be at the back. Men have to be in the front insula for sure this is the case, okay? Because you have to form rules, okay. But seating, at least the seating should be how separate. It should not be mixed up.

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Because unfortunately, in the name of Islam, many people do gather. But what happens?

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There is more fitna than height.

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Right. And this is unfortunate that it has spread everywhere. There's more fitna than there is height, right lectures are going on in sight. But the curls and the guys, what are they doing? checking each other out? Right, this is what's going on basically, it doesn't mean that there has to be absolute segregation. But the place where the women are, you know, they're seating their bathrooms, they're eating area, they're praying area, and 100 a lot. This is observed in many places, many places, and you know exactly how it is. It's very, very comfortable. The women's entry for no man's entry the doors, even if they're side by side, even if they're side by side, but just

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having a separate door for men separate door for women, even that is helpful.

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And this is for the protection of both men and women for not just their protection, but also their convenience. I mean, I'd love to be able to take the cover off really easily. And that's only possible if I'm sitting amongst women, not when there is a man in the row behind me or in the row in front of me, it's not going to be possible

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you can speak more comfortably. So in Salah this convenience has been made, then why not in other things.

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So from this Hadith, what do we learn that the women would go for fudger prayer, even in the darkness and remember the prophets on the walls and pray fudger early, he ended it at a time when people would just begin to you know see each other because the light had just entered and this is when the women would be going back home wrapped up and yet they would not be recognized. Had the center Mohammed Abu miskeen kind of had the inhibition of Maranello Zara you have you heard of the name of Zara had destiny yeah have new abacha here on the left hip knee. patella, Ansari and Avi Kala Kala rasulillah is a lovely to send them in Nila who in a solidarity indeed I stand up for the

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prayer. Well no what do you do and I intend and

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that I should make it long meaning I should make the law long in it. You know make a long pm for us tomorrow but then I hear buka of sabiki the crying of a baby for Adele was a piece lead it then I shortened my prayer Why go out here to an a shoe Carla of me out of this life that I would create difficulty for his mother

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So, this shows that the women would go to the masjid, to pray.

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And not just the women but also the children. And this also shows that the prayer may be shortened when there is a need

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shorten not in the sense that you shorten photocopying to to know that you intended to recite, let's say, one complete surah. Then halfway through you realize, no, it would be difficult either for yourself or for the people behind you. Then what can you do? shorten the recitation and going to go Remember, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was reciting sort of Menon and then he coughed. And then he just went into record.

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Had doesn't have the lack of new use of color on America and he had knee surgery and later on are a lot of a lot more I now call it low rocker Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. She said, if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had known meaning if he was here at this time,

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rather than missile, meaning if he had known about what is happening to the women, with the women luminara hoonah. Surely you would have stopped them? Can Imani Artemisia Bani Israel, just as the women asked when he thought you were prevented, pulled to the emulator? Oh, Munir columnar.

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So in this video, we learned that I should have learned and she said that if the province that a lot is lm was here, and he saw the state of affairs at this time, then he would not have allowed the women to go to the mystic. Because remember that soon after the death of the Prophet sallallahu is no book a little bit over and who became the Khalifa. And what happened at that time, there were many people who revolted, right? Did that there was apostasy, many, many tribes, they left Islam, Medina was in constant danger. At the same time, a huge army had to be sent to face the Romans because that army had been prepared by the prophet sallallahu sallam, and Abu Bakr Al Qaeda and who

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did not want to stop an army that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was dispatching. So many of the men were gone over there. And there was constant fear. Okay, so it was a very different situation in which there was you can hit the fear was unlike any other fear that the Muslims had experienced before, because now even profits or losses, and it was not there. So I should have said these days, when the situation is very different. Women should not be going, because it's not in their best, it's not safe. So the statement of OSHA should not be generalized. Okay, people generalize the statement, you have to take all of the ahaadeeth together. The prophets of autism said allow the

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women to go I shall put her in her said, you know, if the prophets of Allah Islam was here, and he saw all of this, he would not have allowed, we chose that, in general, women should be allowed. In general, they should be allowed. But at times when there is a lot of fitna out in the streets,

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then why put yourself in danger?

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Like, for example, at certain times, it happens that you find out in the news that the police have warned, for example, the students of a particular University, that after hours, if they have to go to the parking lot after you know, dusk or something, then they should not go themselves, then they should call up the security. Right. Why?

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Because there have been reports off, you know, certain crimes. So a woman should she said, No, no, no, it says, I don't care. I'm allowed to go here, I have my pass, I should be allowed to go. No, you are allowed to go. But in your best interest, you know, call up the security and go with someone.

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Right? So there are those unusual times, unusual situations. So if in those situations the Father, the husband does not allow her to go? Should she become very stubborn over there?

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No, she should accept it. So for example, huge snowstorm.

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And your husband is very familiar with your driving style. So he says, today, you should not go

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and you're like no, but you're going to work. Why should I not go if you can drive all the way to work, I can also go he knows that you cannot even speak to any tow truck driver. So you don't have the guts to talk to them and you don't know what to do if your car will protect but if it gets into some accident, you don't know what to do. So for your safety, he's telling you not to go don't become stubborn there. If the roads are cleaned, everything is safe. Go ahead, you know, go ahead and try to get permission. But if for your safety, he has said don't go Please accept it. Don't become stubborn over there. Okay, and make Allah make way for you and make your family the best

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support for you in every cause of good

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But you know, hide that you want to participate in.

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One more thing. If, in times of fitna extreme fitna, women should not attend the masjid then should they be going out on the streets and protesting?

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Have you heard in the news about? I'm sure you've seen pictures even of women who went out and hijab in certain places, and their hijabs were ripped off, and not just their jobs, even their clothes work? Yes.

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This is true. In Egypt, it's well known in certain areas, the way certain women have been attacked,

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they've been attacked, and they've been traumatized. And it's a particular strategy with which they harass women. So that, you know, she's traumatized with the rest of her life. And the rest of the women also don't dare to come out.

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It's well known, it's all over the news. I remember reading an article about that once. So it's for her own safety, for her own safety to avoid crowded places to avoid places where there is risk of it, not fear of it. Don't go there. Keep away for your own good.

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Now, before we move to the next part, one more thing, that remember that the Sharia has, you know, certain objectives, meaning everything that is commanded. It's because it's good for us. And everything that is forbidden, it's because it is bad for us. Right, keeping away from it is good for us and doing it is harmful for us. And this is the reason why we have been forbidden. Now, there are many things about which we know there's clear cut rulings, Hello, hello, hello, you know, it's good for you For you know, it's good for you how long, you know, it's bad for you, then there's something in the middle, like this issue

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in which there could be benefit and there could be harm, sometimes the benefit and the harm could be equal. And sometimes the harm could be more the benefit could be less or the other way around. Right. So in these situations, what should a person do? use his wisdom and weigh the pros and cons basically, and see what is best.

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Okay.

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bap sletten, nissei hollyford, rigidly. The prayer of the women is behind the men. Why?

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women behind the men Why?

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What's the one reason? Because that is how the prayer was performed at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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The women did not pray next to them and where did they pray behind them? Whether it was in the masjid, or it was in the house of someone. Remember the old lady, the grandmother of anessa, lower on her. She invited the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for food, he came, he ate and then he said, we'll pray. And as someone who went and brought him at sprinkled water over in order to soften it, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stood in the front, the two children behind him and the grandmother, behind everybody. So the prayer of the women is behind the men, always, even if you're praying with your husband, okay? Or if you're praying with your brother, you cannot stand next to a man. You have

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to be behind. And what if the place is very small, even then you have to be behind, even though it may be just a step or two steps, whatever, but it has to be behind. Okay, meaning when there's drama. Okay, when there's congregation? Why,

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what's the hikma?

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It is a reality that if you read the statistics on this, that how often is it that a man, that's such a thought, an average man, you'd be your face would go red.

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But basically, the women are at the back so that in a bigger congregation, it's not a distraction for the men. And women can also pray comfortably.

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They can also pray comfortably, right? I mean, you're going into the core, you're going into the year such that you can move easily, you can sit easily, it's for the comfort of the women also.

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And there's also organization, right? There's organization here and the thing is that when men and women are mixed up, then what happens you know, men might bump into a woman a woman might bump into a man and they might ruin your day. My disgust you so much that your evening is ruined right away in my home man. What happened? So, for that reason, also, everyone is comfortable, separate areas, had nothing I have no cassata Allah does not know sadhana and is ready and hinden winter had it and Miss Elena toda la hora and how she said Canada sort of lies at a lovely asylum in Sri Lanka, communism in a live demo. She said that when the prophets are allowed isn't used to pray and he's to end the

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prayer. The women

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would stand up when that the slim was done. Meaning when the second thing was done the women would get up Why am coup and the prophets Allison would remain Hawaii female commie in his place? Yes, he ran a little while. cobbler before a coma that he would rise. Color azuri he said nah we think well no who are them and Allah knows best and the Delica This was because can allocate so that Ian slony farnesol the women could leave korbanot and UD Kahuna Aha, the MENA region before any of the men would see them had the venerable Nariman Kala had the Santa ignore Rena tan is Helga and NSN of the Allahu Allah salon abuso de la jolla, salaam, Phoebe to me sulayem the prophets of Allah Islam

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prayed in the house of home Sudan. Welcome to a demon hunter who como Sulaiman Kalpana. So I and the team were behind him and Elaine was behind us on Salaam is the grandmother of and this other one that Sora Tinsley laughingly say Sora swiftness of insulet life in this at the leaving of the women's ministry to add further time, meaning at fudger prayer, what pin Latina kamina for Masjid and the shortness of their stay, meaning the time that they stay in the masjid. In other words, when the women go for prayer, even if it's in the darkness of the night at Russia, or fudger What should they do, especially when the room is one. Then after the prayer quickly, get up and leave as soon as

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possible and Don't linger on in the masjid for a very long time. But if there is a separate women section,

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then there is no harm, enjoy.

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had nothing I have no Moosa had the necessary the groom also had the Santa Palais hoonah and Amanda middle class him on a be here on our Asia total the alohar and her another sort of life's on a luxurious and uncanny Sunday super bill Allison, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to perform the budget prayer in the darkness by enslaved and he said meaning then the women of the believers mean were believing women, they would leave law you're often Amina lavalas, they could not be recognized because of the darkness Oh, Lady football, the hoonah Baba or the people would not recognize each other because it was still quite dark. So the women would not wait until sunrise, what would they

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do?

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Leave after the prayer. And as a general rule in life, okay, when you're done with something, and you've got nothing to do over there,

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then, okay, I mean, for the men, it makes sense because they're going to be with the prophets of Allah Salaam. He's going to teach them something, they're going to ask him something. And a woman. I mean, generally, the women would have their men ask where they would go to eyeshadow.

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Or they would meet with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam away from the men, okay, in the sense that in his house while his wives were present, or in another situation, not when a crowd of men is there, then a woman would go so this was not really the place of women. So you go somewhere, you've done what you've done, then don't just hang around wasting time. Move on, go back and do what you have to do over there. Because sometimes it happens that a program is over. A meal is over a class is over. But people are just sitting outside on the stairs, standing outside.

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Right so this is a very important etiquette that leave you know for either for after when you're done then Phuntsok go get busy meaning and something else. Start your next task.

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But is the learning model at xojo herbal hora de la

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is then in Morocco, the woman taking permission zodat her husband will hora de el Masjid in order to go out to the masjid. Again this is mentioned as a separate verb. Had the animal said that don't have that. And I use it in Missouri and Mama on his re on Saturday with me on the left and everything on interviews on the love radio send them either when is the minute she takes permission in law to the wife, woman had a one of you, but I am not happy that he should not stop. So what do we learn that men should not stop them from going and women should not go without permission either. So now think about it. Women should not go without permission and men should not stop them. So no

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women should just go.

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We think about it. Why is it that they have to take permission and the men are not supposed to stop them. So why bother ask when a lion is messenger have allowed Why should she be taking permission from her husband? communicate, communicate, ask and get the approval? It may seem unnecessary, but it is necessary for a healthy relationship. You see when a woman wants to keep a voluntary fast is she supposed to take permission from her husband?

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So don't always take things for granted.

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Communicate, it'll make things better.

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So with this hadith and from that Allah we conclude this chapter, the next

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and the volume the first of all we have 100 in the next book will be suitable Juma the Friday prayer so if there's any question related to Salah please ask okay if you remember later email so inshallah they can be addressed in the next class

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okay in the volume that you have you have two more a hadith okay we'll read them have done a boon or even call ahead the center if Marina Theron is how can NSN cause sudden abuse or the lover your Southern Phoebe to mislim for come to a a team on alpha who are almost Sulayman Kalpana is that this Hadees

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we read this hadith earlier has nothing I have no cassata had does not even know him leukocidin and his re on hinda winter Harris and ami Salama de Cana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam send them either send them a communist Oh, hey Napoli this Lima who when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and did the prayer, he said that the slim then the women would get up but who am kazoo, female komiya Ceylon COVID a comb and he would remain in his place for a little while before getting up. Call it she said who said hint Harris? She said disagree. And re he said, Nora well, Adam, and Allah knows best and the Delica can only carry on sorry for nwsl public nudity Kahuna.

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We think that perhaps he did soul so that the women might leave before the men could catch up with them. And this also shows to us that when you see men leaving, let them leave, or when you see women leaving men see women leaving, and they should also let them leave. Give away yield.

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Any question? Yes.

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A few days back that happened in our mustard when Mr. Secretary lacrosse and we were praying to her. And we were like behind the barbell. So we didn't know that amount sat down, we stood up for the fourth rocker. And when he said salon, we finished our rocker. But I was confused because I saw some sisters were doing such as a who. And some sisters actually made up the for soccer that a mom did even after finishing their forecast. So what was the right thing to do? And the thing is that when you realize that you are doing something other than the email, then as soon as you realize you live what you're doing, and follow the email. Okay. But the man was making a mistake here. Did he make up

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the fourth record later? Yeah.

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In congregation or separately, in congregation. So what you do at that time is that, for example, you're standing and you're waiting to go into the pool, but you're here I said Mr. equalling I heard the law. Okay. So then what do you do? What happened over there?

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separately, you know, what did the Imam do?

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Okay, so then you go into sitting position, say the salon, okay, because you have to follow the man, right? And then as soon as the man stands up for the fourth record, okay, you stand with him. You pray the fourth record with him and do the same with him. See, the thing is, when the man is making a mistake, it is the responsibility of the people behind him to make him realize inform him. Okay, if he gets it good, if he doesn't get it, or you don't know he's making a mistake, because there's a barrier in the middle. You keep following the Imam until the end of the prayer because that is what the Sahaba did. So we were supposed to from the camera position directly.

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Yeah, and then with the Imam Okay, not that you start saying you're the Shahada ended the prayer so you ought to just go into sitting position and the prayer and then

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we should also end this because you don't know what his condition was. Maybe he broke the mold or maybe there was something happened. So you know, like she actually announced it right after that he had forgotten and we brought up because in the majority of the time maybe so that he is followed and if everybody starts doing their own thing, then there's confusion. I'm sure. So just go where the Imam is after the Salah Imam will correct the mistake. Okay, inshallah and you corrected with him.

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But hamdulillah we finished this book, this will have been made a graph for us in sha Allah, May Allah give us action on

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what you have learnt in the Salah in this class was for me personally, all the positions that we did recently, I find I have so much more concentration in my Salah. And I'm trying to teach my family is a bit difficult but my Hello

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group right now. And I asked him yesterday, as well, would you like to study tonight visit, please, please continue with the Salah. Because you want, I think when you share, you remember more. Yeah. And you know what, please also share with your family members. Because charity begins at home at home. So you don't have to say that. Okay, I have to tell you what I learned in class today. You can just say, like, for example, when I generally share with my husband, I always ask him, so, for example, in the shower, how is it that we're supposed to raise the finger? Okay, move the finger. And he told me what he knew. I said, you know, this is what I found out today. I was amazed that the

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profits or losses only refer once not refer, hahaha, just refer raised once. And then he you had recovered Dre. He was moving it with Dora. So every time you say the words of God, that is when you give out aka.

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And sometimes you'll be astonished that they already know something and you don't know it.

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Because men they go to the masjid so much of their exposure is much more.

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What happened was, we were discussing about Salah, and we were in the car, and my brother in law just asked me like, you know, after the Shahada do as you're supposed to make? Are they only supposed to be in Arabic? Or could you say in your own language? And I completely had no idea. I'm like, you know, it's preferred to say it in Arabic, but you know, and you should say it in Arabic. And he's like, no, but you know, he started you know, he didn't agree with that. So what should we do and also in our note, like, the thing is that the language of the foreigner is Arabic. You know, the official languages Arabic so you have to use that language. Okay. So panicle long will be ham

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