Bukhari 131 The Book of Friday Hadith 887 898

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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Get out of here at auto Suki. Good Kadeem, I'm avara feroza below him in a shell Pinilla Jean Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem labiche writing Swati we're simply angry. Hello Dr. Melissa Annie Coco de

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Cabo Dumas, the book of the Friday prayers. inshallah we'll begin from bad number eight today

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by a co worker yomo. Juma it Marty wahconah abou Sarita in an interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yesterday

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in the previous of where we learned about the etiquette of the Friday prayer, and before the etiquette, we actually learned about the obligation of the Friday prayer, but the Friday prayer is an obligation on who on the men and for others, such as women and children, then is it mandatory, it is not mandatory, however, it is highly encouraged, why, because there are great benefits attached to them, right, because obviously, when people are gathered together, then there is more blessing, more mercy. And when women do go to the masjid every now and then, then what will happen children will also accompany them. And you know that the Friday prayer is not just you know, a prayer which

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is performed in congregation rather before the Salah is also a helper in which is important instruction and advice for the general people. You know, there are so many, many people who are not able to attend, you know, for example, regular classes, they're not able to

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write, or some people they may be able to, but it's not a priority for them. But Friday prayers listening to the Friday hookah is an obligation. So, a once a week class, at least minimum, why because it is necessary that we receive reminders because no matter how much we know about the importance of something, the obligation of something we forget about it. So, when you hear from somebody else, good words that are encouraging, that is motivating, that is helpful for a person's faith. Right. So, we learned about the obligation and the recommendation of the Friday prayer obligation for the men and recommendation for women and children. And after that, we also learned

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about the etiquette of the Friday prayer which is that first and foremost a person must take also he must take a bath. Why because so many people are going to be gathered together. So it is necessary for the overall atmosphere to be a good that everybody is clean and fresh. And for that reason, a bath is necessary. However, what did we learn about the hosel? That if a person is not able to take a back and can he still perform the Salah with just will do. Yes, but that is an extreme situations. Okay. What else besides the hosel should be done for the Friday prayer?

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Okay, fragrance, what else?

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oil. Okay, why oil? Because it was something that was used by the people as a moisturizer and also as a styling agent, you know, for the hair. So in other words, a person should not just be clean, but he should be looking good. Any Xena should be adopted? The person must do something to look nicer. Okay to look more beautiful than he looks generally.

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So did you take a bath today? And humbler? Or what about fragrance? What kind of fragrance?

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Some fragrance at least Okay, for the women remember that when they are going to the masjid that they should not apply fragrance that is going to spread but at least something on the body that when someone hugs you, okay, then, or at least in the women's section, okay, where there are no men, you're not going to walk past them and you're not going to be sitting immediately behind them. And so there should be some kind of fragrance. Okay, what about oil? You see? If not on the hair, at least somewhere else?

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On the hand or if not oil oil is what?

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moisturizer

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so something to look nicer to feel nicer look after your skin also. Okay, so those feet which have been neglected, at least on Friday, when you take a bath, apply something on the feet before putting your socks on and do it as soon as you apply the oil on your skin on your hair, whatever it is. Just because you want to feel nicer. You want to feel better about yourself, because you're going for the Friday prayer. I remember I watched this video clip about I think it was a beauty bill or something. A group of women they were given this bill Okay, which was

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Obviously not, it was nothing, okay? It was just a pill It was called the beauty pill or something like that. And they were told to, you know, journal regularly journal, their feelings how they feel every day since they started taking this, all of the women by the time that they were, you know the duration ended so for example a month or two, whatever it was, they were feeling better about themselves and they were even dressing more nicely they were feeling more confident about their looks about their appearance, just because they were told you're taking this medication which is going to make you look beautiful.

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So because I started believing that they look beautiful, it changed their attitude about themselves.

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So even if you don't, you know, wear nice clothes on an everyday basis at least Friday, when you're going to the masjid to worship Allah subhanaw taala do something extra to feel good about yourself. Because when you will feel confident in yourself you'll feel good about yourself. That will also make you feel more grateful to Allah soprano.

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And obviously or that, it must have sugar.

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So now inshallah we will learn about a sewer above a sewer key oh well jamara using the siac on the day off tomorrow, meaning in order to clean them out. What color abou serene and intervene sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and I will sorry, said meaning he noted he reported this about the Prophet sallallahu so none of that he used to yesterday. No, he used to do Sivak when he used to clean his mouth with a ciroc have the center of the law have no use of color automatic and abusing it on an average and Avi Herrera todo de la Mourinho and the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa send them a call Lola and Ashoka Allah Almighty. If it was not for the fact that I would make difficult

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for my nation for my people, our island ness or on a nest of people in general among to whom I would have commanded them to see wacky with the Syriac marco de Sala, with every prayer.

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So important was to act, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he wanted to make it necessary for the people that for every prayer they should do.

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But he knew that it would be difficult for the people to do so for every Sunnah. And this is the reason why he did not make it obligatory on them.

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Now, what do we learn from this that even though it's not obligatory, the words What do they tell us that it's definitely encouraged? It's definitely recommended that for every prayer, when a person performs will do he must also clean his mouth. Now, if for the five daily prayers, it is recommended to use the Sivak Then what about Joomla?

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What about Joomla? It would be even more recommended, right? But from this Hardee's, what else do we learn the compassion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for his nation for people in general, that even though he liked something so much, he saw the benefits in it. Yet he did not make it compulsory for the people. Why? Because he knew that it would be difficult for them. Because sometimes it happens that we realize that certain things are very important. They're very beneficial, and they should be made a must.

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Whether it is for the family, or you know, in a workplace, to people who are working under you, in any capacity. You know, when you feel that something is necessary, you want to make it an obligation for everybody.

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But when you know that it's going to be difficult, then who sooner should you adopt the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam don't make it obligatory on them, tell them, encourage them, and leave the matter to them. Because it's quite possible that we see something as very important, very helpful, very necessary, but other people don't. And when we forced them, then we are making things difficult for them. And when we will make things difficult for them, will they be interested in in what we're telling them? No, they will rebel. Like, for example, children, you know, sometimes they are forced to do certain things, you know, really forced. And it comes to a point where they don't

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want to listen anymore. So unless, you know, it's a haram Hillel situation, don't make everything mandatory. You know, like, for example, you might find it very helpful that every day in the morning, you know, pray to nothing. And you might have this as a habit for yourself. And for every little thing you do is to huddle. Okay, now telling your husband all the time.

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Please, please, before you leave for work, pray to locker, please. And then later, did you pray to the car when you got to work? And then asking them over and over digital is the harder digital is the harder, you've told them once, leave it to them. Please don't say again and again and again. You see the benefits and we open to

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Allah one day, they will also see them. But when we force people to do something that we like, then we are, you know, it's counterproductive.

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Of course, when they will do it voluntarily, willingly, lovingly, then certainly they will be more committed to it, then you don't have to keep an eye on him all the time.

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I remember that our pediatrician, he told us that, you know, children, there are certain things that they will naturally develop, they will naturally grow out of those things, or there are other things that they will naturally develop, you don't see a 10 year old boy in a diaper.

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Right? Likewise, you don't see a 12 year old boy eating in such a way that all the food is falling out of the plate.

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But a two year old child, you can expect both of these things from them. So don't be too harsh with a two year old child and expect them to eat in the most perfect way. And expect your two year old to grow out of diapers No, realize that eventually they will grow out of it. So don't be harsh with them on things which are beyond their control and on things which they will naturally grow out over develop over time.

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Right. So remember that spiritual development even that takes time, sometimes it happens, because we are attending regular classes, we have studied the Quran, we are you know, studying how these everyday we want that the entire family should change.

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The entire family should be doing certain things, you know, every person should be fasting every single day off, you know, the first nine days of the ledger, for example. And if you hear somebody saying no, I'm not going to fast today. I'm gonna fast in the weekend.

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You feel like why?

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because perhaps they don't know or they don't remember the importance of the ledger the way you do. You just heard an hour and a half lecture and they didn't they heard something last year. Now inshallah hopefully they will hear something in the Friday hope, inshallah. But don't compare yourself with other people or other people with yourself all the time, that if I'm doing this, they should also be doing this. No, you like it for yourself. You see the benefits. Don't think everybody have used it the same way. And this is very, very important. Look at the wisdom of the prophets of the Lord is Allah. He wanted to make it obligatory on the people to do so for every soldier, but he

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knew it was going to be difficult. So he did not.

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And this kind of compassion. Every mother every father, every teacher, every leader must have

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had the center of Walmart more cola had the center of the word his color had the furniture he would have had had the dinner and a scholar cola Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accustomed to early confiserie were accustomed to.

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I have done much I have said much earlier on for you, Priscilla concerning the meaning how many times I have told you about celiac, I cannot emphasize it anymore. I cannot tell you any more than this. How many times I've told you how many times I've encouraged you how many times reminded you through my words and also through my actions. And this also shows that there is a constant reminder needed for this. You know, for example, children, they need to be reminded every time to brush their teeth.

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Don't take it for granted that if you've told them once they'll do it. Right. And at the same time, don't bully them. Be nice in the way that you remind them. Because look at the way the profits on a lot of them used to remind people

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had the center Mohammed of Nuka Cola on SPN and mon Sol wahoo sign in and he learned who they better color Canon abeles sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in a column in a lady. He or she also fair who the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he used to get up in the night to perform the night prayer, what would he do your shoe fell your shoe so he would rinse out his mouth and use the Syriac to thoroughly clean the mouth. And this includes the sides, the top teeth and the bottom teeth on the tongue as well as the top of the mouth okay on the inside. So issues all over just like when you're rinsing your mouth and the water reaches everywhere. Right the back the front the top the bottom,

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you know above the surface of the tongue and beneath the tongue. So likewise issues of I hope he would pass the swac all over the mouth

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all over the mouth.

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And this shows that the subject should be done not just on the teeth but also on the gums in the tongue.

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So if he did see work for the night prayer, then what about tomorrow? Of course for tomorrow also

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bad month so worker, BC wacky lady mantissa worker whoever does see work busy wacky with the lack of Lady other than Him, meaning someone using someone else's see work. Why would he do that? Because he doesn't have one of his own.

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You know, it's like women at the time of the Prophet said a lot of sun when the job came. All women did not have you know such jobs that they could walk out with

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Right. And some women they cannot afford to buy such clothing that they would wear on top of the regular clothing. So when they would go out what would they do? They would share the jibs

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you know that they would share the develop. So for example two sisters are going to get and they have one child and they're together, you know, covering both of themselves with one shot. Okay? So they would borrow from each other. Why? Because you can't leave her job you have to do it. So when you're going out of the house, if you don't have one of your own, borrow from somebody else, or share with somebody else. So likewise, if a person is going for the Friday prayer, he doesn't have a snack of his own. Should he go without cleaning his mouth or should he borrow somebody else's borrow? But don't compare a sock with the toothbrush? Okay, because it's had these will further

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explain.

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Okay, first of all, a toothbrush is made with plastic bristles, right? Where's this Ewok it's such that it naturally cleans itself. Okay, it's naturally antibacterial, you can see And besides that, you can always break it and you can cut it and make it fresh all over. And this is what the Hadees shows to us. Not that somebody else's depression you just pick it up and use it and somebody else's who have you pick it up and you use it No.

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have done it is my Allah had destiny Sulaymaniyah will be led in Kala Kala he shall neuromotor Ronnie aviana shadow Viola on her part of the whole Abdullah

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Abdullah Warren has said that Abdul Rahman, the son of Abu Bakr, radi, Allahu anhu, was the brother of eyeshadow on her. He came to the Hala he entered obviously entered the house of Arusha. blaugrana. And when he came in, when Mara who siakam with him was at work, yes, 10 newbie, and he was cleaning his mouth with it. So he came into the house of eyeshadow and her and he was using miswak at that time, he had it in his hand.

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Phenomenal la he Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he saw him, he saw him, and he was looking at our little man, that he's got a miswak and he's cleaning his mouth with it. And think about it, if you have something and somebody is looking at it, what does it mean? They want it.

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Of course, you know the feeling, right? So for Cole Tula, who so I shall know Anna, she realized that she says that. And she said to him winning her brother, our cleaning habits he won't give me this to work. Yeah, the ramen, ramen for are funny he. So he gave it to me. Fuck on some tools. So I broke it. I should have warned her saying that he gave it to me his swag. And I broke it. The thumbnail then mother of two who then I softened it, meaning I choose it because you have to choose to work in order to soften it so that you can use it for our play to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and then I gave it to the prophets of Salaam festa NaVi, and then he cleaned his mouth with

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it. Well, while he was testing it, he was reclining leaning in or somebody against my chest. And this happened when,

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when

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and the last moments of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his life

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in his final sickness, because he was in the apartment of I shall have widow on her. And I should know. And she was the one who was taking care of him constantly. And when he was with her, obviously the close companions they would come to visit. And someone who was my Hunter, I should know. And of course they would come. Of course they would come so her brother, her father, they came. So when her brother came up the man he had done this work our children Oh no, she was so perceptive. That at the prophets a lot of times looking at the sewak that means he wants it.

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And this is the quality of a good companion.

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companion, I said not just wife, but even a friend, a sister.

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You know a mother, even a husband in whatever capacity when you're with someone, then you know when you love them, that love makes you perceptive that you perceive their needs, you know, you recognize their needs,

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even before they tell you,

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the other person doesn't need to use words.

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Right? Their eyes will tell you what they want.

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And when you love someone in this way, and when you sincerely want the best for another person in this way, it is only then that you can benefit them.

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So I should double down on her. She was so perceptive. She understood what the prophet sallallahu Sallam wanted, and without even the prophets analyzing and asking she she got them as well for him.

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Now we see here that she took them as whack. She broke it, and then she chewed it in order to soften it. And then she gave it to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam notice she didn't rinse it before giving it to him even though it was fresh, unused, but still it had been in her mouth because she was doing it inside.

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it

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because I should have lower on hand the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they loved each other so much, that there will be times when I show below and I would take a piece of meat and, and bite it. And she would put it down to the Prophet sallallahu, someone would pick it up and bite it from the same place where she had been.

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So they had this level of comfort with each other, because they loved one another. So I shed a little on her knew that if she chewed the miswak for him, he wouldn't mind

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not even a little bit. And this just shows how loving the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was as a husband. And how caring he wasn't how I showed up alone. And I was also very loving. Because sometimes, you know, women have this complaint that my husband is not loving. But the thing is that how much loving? Is the woman? Is the wife towards her husband, issue perceptive of his needs? Or does she stay in the house as if he's not even there?

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You know, sometimes you're sitting before the other, and they're eating, and they're looking here and there. You know, they need water.

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But sometimes what happens, we think to ourselves, why should I have to get up,

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he can also get up, I laid the whole table, I prepared the food.

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And this is not India.

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You know, where the wife is serving her husband, this is Canada, I mean, men even have to help themselves. You know, whatever it is, when you love someone you want to serve them.

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Okay? And it's both ways, it's always a two way street.

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If you want your relationship to improve with anybody, whether it is your spouse, or your children, anybody, start serving them, show them your love.

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Show them that you care for them, give them attention, notice their needs, be sensitive towards them. And then you will receive the love and attention. We demand

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and we don't get anything. And that actually makes our relationship much worse. But when a person is giving, giving, giving, that will make the relationship healthy. Yes, there are times or situations when a person feels that he's being abused. His love is being abused or the service that they're giving is being abused, okay, it can be in certain situations, but generally, people are not that hard hearted, generally. And even the most hard hearted people, what happens with them, there are moments when they suffer, no,

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they will admit, they will acknowledge. So in whatever capacity you are there as a daughter or a daughter in law, or a wife or a mother, when you're serving others because generally this falls on the shoulders of women, right? serving others. So when this comes on, you don't take it as a burden, this be loving and inshallah you will receive the love.

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But then we also learn from this that the saliva of a person is clean.

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Okay, it is quiet, it's not

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it is not impure, it is clean, because if it was impure, I should follow on how would not have given them this work to the profit subtle.

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Then, we also see over here that one of the last things the prophets have a lot of them did before his death was he cleaned his mouth. He did this for every Salah. Right? And for the night prayer for the Jew masala and also before his death, because Salah is a meeting with the loss of panel data.

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It is a time when the angels come and witness your recitation, your prayers, you're there as a witness it so much better when a person is reciting the Quran in his Salah. The angels know they drove very, very close. They directly taken the recitation of the mouth, from the mouth of the reciter to their own mouth, they just take it. They love the recitation of the Quran. And that is also what the angels come to take the soul of a person for his meeting with Allah soprano. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was clean, physically also, physically also, when he died when he passed away.

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alladhina that our fair Herman Miller eco levy. Those will be Angel steak. They're sold at the time of death while they are clean, clean, how spiritually as well as physically.

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Then we also see over here that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he died in her house, right I mean, not directly from this Hadith, but the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in the house of I shall blow on her. She was taking care of him. And this video we'll see that he was reclining against her chest.

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reclining against her chest leaning against her like she was supporting him because he was not able to sit up himself.

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The prophets have died in her house and on her lap in a while his head was on her lap. And on her day in the shows towards the Lila, the high rank of eyeshadow below on her.

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And the shows to us that if we are ever given the opportunity to serve someone, and serve them really at their last time at their last moments, then it is a great opportunity.

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Also, one more thing I want you to notice, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is reclining against our shell blower and her and her brother walks in. What does I should have learned how to go two feet away from the prophets level all of talent?

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What does she do? She says where she is.

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She's not embarrassed by it.

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Because it's not considered appropriate in certain cultures or in certain households. If a husband and wife are sitting next to each other even.

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Or if they show that they know each other, that they should treat each other as if they are strangers, that the husband has returned from a trip and the wife wishes to shake hands with him or at least hug him or something, you know, show some kind of happiness that I'm glad to see you. But no, no, no.

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You stay where you are. And I stay where I am. And hi hello. from Florida. See we can communicate over text messages. There is no harm as long as this interaction or physical contact is appropriate.

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And this is perfectly appropriate. She's sitting and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is reclining against her because she is supporting him. So likewise, if a woman is sitting next to her husband, at the dinner table, there's no harm. If she shakes hands with him in front of her father, there's no harm.

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Okay, if the touch each other, there's no harm. Don't act like you're strangers.

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But may you call our office volatile tragedy yamaji Mati mayuko, what should be recited fields without the tragedy in the fudger prayer, Yama tomorrow on the day of Friday, Friday, especially from the beginning. Okay, because you see that for the Friday prayer before the prayer is the hotma right. And for that, what should a person do? Take a bath? And when is that bath going to be taken obviously before coming to the masjid dress up, put some nicer clothes on fragrance, oil, you know, look nice, feel nice and then come to the masjid. And over here we see that the preparation for the Friday prayer begins from the time of pledges.

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So what should be recited in the budget prayer and the day of Friday had done a boo Nariman caller had done a sufian on Saturday evening Ibrahim on a man who have no home was under the radar of the Allahu anhu call. Cannon abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Yeah, chlorophyl Giamatti few selected tragedy, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he used to recite on Friday in the fudger prayer, what would he recite Alif Lam Meem Tenzin meaning a sajida surah to set.

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What hell at idle, insane meaning. So total insanity similar to that. And from the order. We see that in the first record was sort of the such that and in the second record, it was a little insane. Okay. And

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what's the hikma of reciting these soldiers in the federal prayer on Friday?

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What do they sort of talk about? So similar to Saturday talks about what

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the beginning of creation as well as the end of the creation? Right meaning the Day of Judgment, there is mention of reward and punishment. Right? And when is it that a loss of power created other money sandwich day? Friday? When will the Day of Judgment occur?

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On Friday?

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Right. So let's look inside also talks about gender

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and rewarding the author. And right at the beginning, hello darlin in San Diego Mina de la Mia. makura enalapril in San Marino, Tottenham shared enough to be right. So, in the surahs what is mentioned is the creation of men worship

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or Eva de la are mentioned. Right? They have gentlemen Jenna, and these things. I mean, they have something to do with the day of Friday. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the best day that the sun has risen upon is Friday on it. Adam was created on it he entered paradise and honored he was expelled from it and our will not be established except on Friday. So on Friday, it was that man was sent to Earth also. Friday, Adam Allison was created and after some time passed a law Harlem how many weeks but on the day of Friday, Adam Allison was sent to the earth and on Friday, the Day of Judgment shall happen and then what will happen people will go to Ghana.

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So there is a good reminder

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In the sutras of all of these important events, which obviously have something to do with the dear Friday, also, instead of the Saturday, what is it a Saturday, there is a such that our did our and some scholars, they said that the heckler behind resigning sort of a set of them insulated fragile on Friday is to have an additional sajida sudo. So, they said that if a person does not know sort of such that, that he should resign some other sort of that has such that in our

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that also has to do so for example, sort of good luck. If a person knows that he should recite it. Right. Why? Because the objective the hikma is

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an extra salute.

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All right, now notice the words of the Hadees canon abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam Jaco can an abuse of love lot and what the scanner show

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me this was his habit.

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Okay, this was his habit. And this means that we should also try to make this into a habit. And if a person doesn't know, if a person knows, both of these tools will help him. But if a person knows that he should definitely recite these rules in this prayer. And if he does not, then at least try to memorize the first three if the first few verses,

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at least, you don't have a share of this reward of the summer, as much as possible in shop

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today, as of Friday, it is a very, very important day in another Hadees, which is in a sensitive to Saha. We learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said on the Day of Judgment, Allah will bring the days of the week in certain forms, meaning in a physical form, just as deeds will also take a physical form on the Day of Judgment. So dance will also be brought in a physical form on the Day of Judgment. And he will bring the day of Friday in a beautifully radiant and shining form. So the day of Friday will come in a very bright, shining, light glowing form. And the people of Friday will surround it. The people are Friday, who are the people of Friday,

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who give importance to the day of Friday,

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who take a bath and recite Sudoku have and go for the Friday prayer and follow the sun. And so the people of Friday who worship Allah subhanaw taala on Friday, they will surround the day of Friday, like a bride is surrounded

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when taken to her groom. Have you ever seen that in it? Like, you know, when a bride, she's all decked up and everybody's you know, around her so much important is being given to her.

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If you want to know where the bride is, look for the crowd. Correct. So they will also surround the day of Friday. And why is it that people go to the bride because the ride is important to them. And especially who surrounds the bride, the close friends and family members, people who have some attachment to the brain. So likewise, on the Day of Judgment Friday, who will be close to it, the people who give importance to that day, and it will enlighten the way for them. Because Friday will appear in the form of a light, right, and the people of Friday will be gathered around it so the day of Friday will enlighten the wave for them. So they will walk in it's light.

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And their colors like white snow and their fragrance like musk as if they were in mountains of Cafu heaps of food. So it will not just be a source of light for them, but also a source of fragrance for them. And men and Jean will look at them not turning away out of amazement, the rest of the creation will just stare at the people of Friday, that look at how radiant Look how beautiful they become and look at this amazing day which is with them. And it says if they are immersed in fragrance, and they will look in amazement, not turning away their gaze until the people of Friday will enter gender.

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This will be their state until they enter them. And none will mingle with them, meaning men will reach their high ranks except the most.

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So the people of Friday, their ranks will be higher in general, and who will reach their level only then will happen

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because he used to call the people to prayer.

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So the day a Friday in itself is very important. This is why a person must not give attention to just the Friday prayer and think that oh if I've gone to the masjid and performed a Friday prayer, that's sufficient. No. There are things to be done before other things to be done after

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right begin from the time of pleasure. And then after that, taking a bath and getting ready reciting the Quran and throughout the day remembering Allah subhanaw taala and sending Salatin the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, before the Friday prayer

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As well as, after the Friday prayer, Bob Giamatti, Phil Oh, well mudan the Friday prayer in a poorer and modern or modern, poorer Florida area, and what is a small town, because remember that area literally means the jumbo, to gather together. So it's when a group of people are living together,

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close to one another. So you're talking about a population.

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Okay? Now this population can be small, it can also be big, but generally the word Aria when it's used in contrast with other words that are used for cities, then Korea is used for a small population.

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What is it used for a small population meaning like a town or a village, and modern Medina, on the other hand is used for big cities. Okay, so as Giamatti Phil aura will model

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the Friday prayer should be established in smaller cities, small villages, and also in bigger cities, larger cities. Now, remember that in general, it is not necessary that jumar be performed only when there is a large congregation, or when there is a huge population, it can also be established where there are a few Muslims that are present. So for example, three, four families live in a small village Muslim families, okay? Or, for example, there's only 10 to 15 in the masjid, when the men come together to pray. It's barely two rows, or their Masjid is also very small.

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You remember how small it used to be? Like, a tiny house? Why? Because before many, many years ago, that's all that was needed. There were such few Muslims. Okay. But then gradually What happened?

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The population increased, and there was a need that the mustard should be bigger. Right? So this is just an example. When there is a large population of Muslims, in a Medina in a big city, then it's understood the jumar will be established. But when it's a smaller city, small population, very few Muslims over there also, should you more be established? It should be? The rule is that when there is a jamara being performed somewhere, meaning five daily prayers are being performed in congregation? And why is that? So because there's so many people over there, it's busy than over there. dumar should also be established. But if a person is alone,

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he's all by himself.

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Okay, like, for example, he's traveling. He's in a new city, and he checks online. There's no more mustard even over there. So is GMO going to be established over there? No. Is he going to give the land give the hot water and everything himself? No, he's not going to he's not going to pray. So that'll do more. He's just going to create a solid. Okay? Likewise, sometimes, you know, you're traveling and there's a small city or a small town and there's a Masjid. And that must nobody's there.

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Nobody's there you go on Friday, even nobody's there. Is it necessary to establish Friday prayers over there? No.

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Now remember that the people who lived in the desert at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what would they do on Friday, they would come to Medina in order to perform strategy more. Okay.

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Remember that during the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, there were many places in the outskirts of Medina where there were several massages.

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Right We have learned to her these earlier also were this one companion, he said that please come to my house and perform the Salah over there so that I can pray there when I'm not able to go to my people and lead them because of rain. Correct. So this means that Salatu Jamal was performed in several places, okay, throughout Medina, especially in the outskirts of Medina. But when it came to Friday prayer, because Juma is from jamaa, then everybody would come to the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they would leave their small massage and they would go to the masjid of the prophets or even the people would come from the desert they would not perform their own Juma they

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would go to the main Masjid okay. And from this we learn that if a person is in the city, and there is a Masjid that is populated all the time, that he should go and perform sadaqa Juma over there.

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Okay.

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And if he is far from such a Masjid, then is he required to perform to Juma? No, he's not going to

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understand he's not going to. Let me let me give you a few examples so that it becomes clear.

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There is a Muslim student who goes to university every day, five days a week

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and

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whenever it's time for Salah people gather together and they pray there's one.

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There's almost close to the university but it takes about 20 minutes to go there, drive there, it's in the city, but it takes about 20 minutes to go there. Now on Friday, there are about two to 300 Muslim students present in that university

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can they perform do masala in the university? Yes they can. Why? To 300 people and if all of them go to the masjid 20 minutes there, you know, barking salah and then coming back what would happen?

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They would miss their class or you know, there are many repercussions right? And when there's such a large presence of Muslims then why not establish a Friday Prayer over there.

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However, if there are only a few people

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and the masjid is, you know, it's possible for them to go and what is preferable they go to the masjid. Now, let me give you another example in a workplace. There are five Muslims that work in a building where there are a total of 200 people when it comes to Lord seller so Salah they all get together those five Muslims and they pray when it comes to Juma should they make a judgement in their office? No.

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Because the masjid is close by. They don't generally go for Salah because they can pray in Juma. Right. But for Juma, what should they do? Go to the masjid. What if there is no mustard or the mustard is way too far 15 minutes away.

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15 minutes away. And there are people who work in such places, you know, machine is way too far. They're not able to go or an hour away. You know at home the law we live in a place with their masajid everywhere. So we don't have these issues. But there are people who do end up in such situations even temporarily. Were my students too far then is tomorrow obligatory on them. No. Are they going to start their own Joomla in the mustard in the workplace with five people? No. But if they see that this is turning into routine

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that I'm here this month this contract of mine is for two years does it mean for two years I'm not going to do more.

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Then the minimum requirement for a Joomla is three people. But remember it's not in every situation the mustard is five minutes away 20 minutes away. And instead of going to the masjid people say let's just pray in our office. No. It is for a situation where a person doesn't have the option of the masjid.

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The scholar said that with regard to the number required to hold Juma prayers we do not know of any text which stipulates a specific number. Because there is no text which stipulates a specific number the scholars differ concerning the number required among the opinions which have been stated concerning that is the view that it may be done if there are three men who are local residents. And this was reported from many scholars such as the Mount nozari, and so on and so forth. Even if they mean he said that the most correct scholarly opinion is that the number that is sufficient for Joomla is three and demand to deliver the hotbar and will attempt to give the call to prayer and

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worship or to answer the call, okay? But Juma will be performed by these three people, when,

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when they're not able to go to a Masjid at all. And when it's turning into a habit,

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you understand it's turning into a habit, then they cannot leave you more altogether. They cannot leave Juma for two years.

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You know, for example, a person because of their work, they're living in a city where there are no Muslims. And they only find two other Muslims over there. they've met them here and there. But they know that Okay, these guys also have a contract in the city.

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So there is no Masjid. And they're there for two years doesn't mean they're going to abandon the Friday prayer. No, there's strict warning for that if a person misses the Friday prayers for three weeks in a row, then what will happen if I hypocrisy,

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hypocrisy.

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You remember the incident that's referred to in silica Toba where a man he said the real profits or losses and please make dua for me that Allah give me wealth so that I can give sadaqa so what happened The Prophet said allows me to offer him and that meant he had so many animals that in order to take them to pasture, he would have to go outside of Medina. And then when he had to go so often, what did he do? He left Medina and he started living in the outskirts of Medina. And then what happened he got so busy in them that he stopped coming for Jamal even though he made a promise and he broke it. And as a result what happened for our new falconry crew?

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In a hadith we learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that my oma will be destroyed through such and such and one of the things was milk.

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Because how was that milk? He said, Yes, because people will give so much importance to this milk, you know, food that they will move away, you know, from greater populations. And when they will move away, obviously what will happen?

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They will be cut off from the masjid and it will be cut off from the Muslim community. They will forget Islamic practices and their children will not know at all. And what will happen one generation to the next Islam will be forgotten.

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Right It will be forgotten. So remember, in summary, what do we learn when there is a Masjid? Where so that the Juma is being established? There's a large congregation, what should men do? They should go there.

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Okay. But if they are in a situation where they cannot go at all,

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they cannot go because it's too far. It takes too long. It's impossible for them. Then in that situation, first of all, they will not pray. So that'll do more. But if it's turning into an every week thing, then what will they do? minimum three people, they can start there. So that'll do more one person to give the hook by another person to give the data and other person to respond to the call.

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head doesn't have a hammer doubloon with a knucklehead doesn't have arm it in an awkward way you call a

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man and Avi Germanotta, a blueberry. And if Dr. Besson no call even our best friend who said that in Oh Allah do Martin indeed the first Friday Prayer jumia.

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That was Jumeirah meaning that was established by the after Jew Martin the Friday prayers. We must God Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was Which one? We must do the ideal case.

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It was established in the masjid of our little place. And where was that bead USA, which was ad USA minute Bahrain, from Bahrain. Now, what does this hadith mean that the first jamara that was established in Islam after the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in which Masjid in the masjid off of the place? bernardsville case? They were primarily inhabitants of Bahrain.

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Okay. And if you see Bahrain, it's to the east of Saudi Arabia. Okay. Do you look at any picture, any image Mac, what will you see Bahrain very, very small, very tiny towards the east of Saudi Arabia.

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And at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the venoarterial case they lived in USA and USA is what is now asset with the scene and the asset in the east of Saudi Arabia. So very close to Bahrain. So this is why they said do FM in Bahrain. Now if you think about it, this place is quite far from Medina. It cannot be expected that people who travel from so far to the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to perform the Friday prayers. Okay, now remember that the people of our little case a Jew, I thought they were the first city after Medina to embrace Islam. Medina What happened? The entire population embraced Islam. Yes, there were exceptions here and there. The

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father intolerance or the uncle of Sorrento, the wife so until and gradually what happened, even those people eventually versus on to the point that there were only three groups remaining in Medina, Muslims, Jews, and thirdly, hypocrites, who were also apparently Muslim. So mainly two groups, there were no mushrikeen left in Medina very soon after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam migrated, and there was no other city that was like this, at that time, and then the people of Abdullah case the entire population, they embraced Islam.

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And they embrace Islam willingly. Later on what happened? When the Muslims were becoming victorious, then people would come and for their safety, they would embrace Islam on the outward, okay? And just so that they would not be at war with the Muslims. And you know about this, you've studied this incident with Allah which is why when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away, many people, what did they do? Did the apostasy happen? Right? But our bill case, these people were the first ones the first city, the first down you can say that embraced Islam willingly. And they were far.

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And this is why there must It was the first Masjid after the masjid the prophets of Allah said and where the Friday prayers were established, which shows to us that the people of Medina and nearby areas where would they go for Friday prayer?

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Where would they go? They would go to Medina and those who lived too far, what would they do? They would not come except when they were able to because Gomorrah is about jammer. Remember, it's about a gathering. And a gathering is not a one or two people. It's not a one men. What is it minimum of jammer is three. Okay.

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Now, this shows to us that smaller do morons. Okay, they're not that encouraged. You understand? A small

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congregation where people are coming together for Friday prayers, this is not encouraged. What is better that that small congregation should go to a bigger Masjid

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you understand like for example if in your own locality there is a small Musonda somebody's basement is converted into a masala or in your building there is a masala people gather together and they pray the five daily prayers doesn't mean that the Friday prayer should also be performed there. If the masjid is just five minutes away 10 minutes drive away what is better that the people of the masala should go to the masjid? Why? What's the hikma behind that?

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for unity because if there's you know, a jumar being performed here tomorrow being performed or being performed over here, then this will lead to division

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isn't it this will lead to division. And the purpose of jumar is that people get together there's a huge congregation The bigger the better. So our goal on Friday should be to make every congregation bigger. And how will that be that you leave your small congregation and go to the bigger one if you are able to do so go to that one. And also remember that on jamara there's a hope also, in which there are many important reminders there's very important advice

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and you know an ordinary person who does not have much knowledge okay they can give a small football okay. But when you go to a main Masjid and a scholar over there is giving a hope obviously, there is going to be a difference. Okay. Now

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Alhamdulillah over time Muslim populations, they have increased a lot to the point that every Friday every Masjid is full or is that not the case? 100 light is the case. So much so that there are two massages on the same road.

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What will you see both of them full? Correct. So remember that then it is not division.

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This is not dividing the people. This is what catering to the needs. Why because there is a demand there's a need. If it was such that there was a mustard present, another Masjid was established at the end of the same road for example. And because of that Masjid the congregation of the first mustard reduced, then that's a problem,

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then that's a problem. But if with the coming of the second machine, the massage is only filled up then what does it mean that a need is being fulfilled? And in this situation, what should be done both should cooperate with each other how that for example, you know established the Friday prayer at different times half an hour apart. So that if a person has missed one Juma they can catch the other one or in different languages,

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different languages because that is also helpful. So what is best work with one another?

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How does an a bishop know Mohammed Khalid Abdullah abona unistar his re call upon our Salah Abdullah anemia Amara the Allahumma Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam me a call colo Kumar and even Omar said that the prophets are a lot of them used to say, could you combine each and every one of you is a shepherd? What does he mean by that?

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is responsible he has to look after

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somebody.

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But a person might say but I'm being looked after. By my mother and my father. I'm not in charge over anybody.

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Are you still in charge? Yes, over who? yourself your hands, your feet, your tongue, your eyes. And really you have to guard them like a shepherd has to guard his flock. Right? Even if you have no responsibility. You are responsible for yourself. So called New Kumari. Was that the lace and lace when he narrated this Hadith, he added that color Eunice Yunus said that cassava Rosa could no Hakeem Rosa even Hakeem he wrote a letter to Ella English he had he wrote a letter to eventually have you see God, even chapters or even editors. Okay. So, Rosie wrote a letter to even she had and a lady said that will no matter who you're waiting, I was with him on that day. But why did Allah at

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why the Quran with who would even she had I was with even she had in why the Quran What was the name of a place? I was with him over there when he received the letter of prosaic

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and what was in the letter A question, because even she had a zoo, he was a scholar. So he received this letter, and in that letter was a question that held Tara and Uija mirror. Do you think that I should establish the jamara? Why did rizek ask this question? Because russain carrozza con Milan, Allah Allah

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In yarmulke, he used to do some work on a piece of land. Okay, and what kind of work? Obviously agriculture. Okay. And this place, farmland, this is far from the main city. Okay? So this is why he asked this question that I'm far from the city, I'm constantly working, I've been placed in charge, you know, over here to look after this land and ensure that the agriculture is being done. Well, he had jamara tone and in it meaning in that land where these people were working, there was a jumar, a group of Sudan, of Sudan, of certain black people, meaning the people are with him, while at him and also other than them. So basically, he said that Jose was not alone over here. He was placed in

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charge of a certain group of people, and together, they were working on this land. So he wasn't alone. There was a whole team of workers with him, but he was their leader. And they were far from the city. What was a akoni? oma, he then Allah, Allah, and Hussein, he was at ala, ala is the name of the place. So this is where this land was where they were working.

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And so he sent this question to Evan she have and

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a layth. He's saying that was a smell. And I was listening, meaning listening to him and he had when he was responding to the letter dictating the answer and the answer was being written. Yet Moreover, he was ordering him a mirror that he should perform the Juma.

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So even she had he gave the fatwa that Rosa he should perform the jamara you bureau under Solomon, and he was informing him meaning he was using as evidence that Salim had a rule and now Abdullah have niraamaya call that our dilemma are muddled. No, we would say some miracle Rasulullah sallallahu sannomiya call that he heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saying colo Kumar and Rocco Luke Masuda unwary NTV. So he used this as evidence this hadith has evidence that each one of you is a shepherd, and each one of you is going to be questioned about his flock.

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What's the relevance of this to do more?

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Who is the shepherd over here?

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Who's right? And who's his flock, the people who are working under him.

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And even though it's a small group of them, still it is a group of them and each person is a shepherd. So, the leader has to look after the followers, right or his subjects, correct. So a leader in any capacity. So if you have been appointed as leader over this group of workers, then it is your responsibility to lead them in in Friday prayers also.

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So he uses Hadith as evidence Let's complete the Hadees and emammal. In the Imam is a shepherd woman schooled under another ELT and he will be questioned about his flock. What What do you are in fi and a man is a shepherd amongst his family? Well, one must own and variety and he will be questioned about his flock meaning his family. Well, more or two and a woman is Laurie Aton is a shepherd, female at Zodiac in the home of her husband.

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One must all add on and she will be questioned unwary at her about her flock meaning over those whom she's placed in charge, will hardly move and the servant alar in his a shepherd female is a ye with regards to the wealth of his master, even a servant he is a shepherd meaning made in charge of the wealth of his master of his boss almost owner and he will be questioned or under God about his flock.

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Allah He said what he said and I also think about Allah that He said what would you do and a man are in he is a shepherd for humanity a baby with regards to with respect to the wealth of his father almost all on another end and he will be questioned about his flock wakanow Kumar in homeschooling under God

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each one of you is a shepherd and will be questioned about his about his flock.

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So in this hadith What do we learn that through so many ways it is clarified that each person is in charge responsible over those who are under him in any capacity whether those are people or objects okay? So for example a man he's responsible over his family, okay? But a servant he's responsible over what objects

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okay and employee is responsible over what the things that he has been appointed as in charge over and he will be answerable for that. So remember that in any capacity when we are made responsible over something or someone? Yes, we are answerable to

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Those who are above us in authority, whether it is the employer or the boss or the husband or the parent, or the actual owner, whatever it may be, whoever it may be, but in addition to that, we are also answerable to

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Allah soprano.

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So many times it happens that we can satisfy the people who are above us, okay. But Allah subhana wa tada actually knows what we're doing. And we are answerable to him also, with respect to our responsibilities,

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our commitments. Now, over here, this hadith has been used as an evidence for establishing the Juma prayer, which means that as a leader, it is your responsibility to ensure that the people who are under you are, they're also adhering to the religion correctly, you understand the connection, it's not just that you fulfill your duty. So for example, if you are in charge over your children, your responsibility is not just to make sure they're getting their food and their drink and their education, but also to make sure that they are learning their Deen, they are developing their religious values, and they're practicing their religion. And this obviously is only up to a certain

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age. After that you don't have any control. You know, in the Quran, where we learned a rigid Luca where Mona Lisa, men are responsible over women.

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So for women, in what sense, generally it's understood as that the men have to you know, provide for their wives and provide them a house, you know, a residence, accommodation, food and so on and so forth. And this is why they have authority.

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But Alam also means, one who ensures that his wife, his family is on the right path

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is on the right path. So, for instance, if a woman is, you know, doing something wrong, the husband should stop her.

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The husband should advise her.

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You understand this is his responsibility. The parents they are required to spend on their children. But at the same time, they're also required to look after their spiritual development. This is something that should not be neglected. This is equally important.

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So cola come roaring or Coloma Solon unwary Yeti.

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So now illegal, the both things that you said it's father's responsibility to enter. I just wanted to share my personal experience. My husband used to take time off, he set his schedule in a way that he doesn't take his lunch break because back then you're 30 years old. These people doesn't know the concept of going to Juma prayer. So all you got to just, you know, play around with his lunch hour. So he used to take his time off from work and pick up my son from his school and take him to the Juma prayer and Alhamdulillah the effects were so deep that Allah subhanaw taala gave him the opportunity to start a Juma prayer in high school. And even right now at university, Masha, Allah,

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Allah subhanaw taala appreciated so much. And as you said that husbands are Kawan my daughter lives in Montreal, and she's visiting me these days. And her husband, I don't know, where did he get this information? And he has been asking her to go alhuda they have been teaching of a that was a year ago, I checked those class for two days, you know, so soheila he has been, you know, doing this responsibility. And she might be lazy, you know, staying home with the kids or something. But somehow this is how they push your husband's when you have a push from husband.

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Cousin, how can you say no.

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But then this also means that we should be willing to accept that advice. You know, because sometimes we act as if I know everything, and I know better than you. And I am very spiritual in my heart, you don't need to tell me you don't need to advise me. So but remember that it is his responsibility. Right. And in any capacity when a person has been placed in charge over others, then it is their responsibility to make sure that those under them are following the religion are performing their obligations to their Lord. And what was mentioned that the Father drove from work in his lunch break, pick up the son and took him to do more. This is so important, because it's from

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a young age that children will develop the habit of jumar.

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You see when a boy, he is seven years old, he is required to start performing this letter at 10 years, it's wider. Regardless of whether he is reached puberty or not. It's wedge and earlier we learned in body that boys attending you know Juma prayer as well as Jenna is and you're eating and so on and so forth. So from a young age

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They have to be taken to the gym or there, it cannot be expected that they will go themselves. So, if the father is doing it well enough, but if the father is not able to, then who has to take the son, the mother has to

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write? Don't we take our children for swimming lessons and library and school every morning, every afternoon? Don't we do this? So likewise, it's necessary to take boys to do more also, because if they don't go for tomorrow, how will they get used to it?

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And later on, you never know they could be in a situation where they have to give you more. They have to give the hope.

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So they should have some experience

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and what she's mentioning about her son, I found out that he's in a place where there are very few Muslims and he had to convince them that we should pray to Him and they said we don't have a hottie. We said fine, I'll give the hookah

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so Mashallah, as a student, first of all convincing people that come to a Joomla Okay, we don't have a hotel, I will try my best and this is also very praiseworthy.

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One of the kids with their mom It was a big like almost Mashallah, she's three years and she's standing pray whenever someone coming especially when she see me shooting a job and she's say praying, praying, the other one beside her. She doesn't even know she doesn't even bother to do it because the way you have to train them you have to look at from a young age.

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But Hello Allah malema, Shaddoll jumada Muslim

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Hell is there Allah on those who Malema Shaddoll Juma? Those who do not attend the Juma prayer is there on them, meaning the obligation to perform listen.

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So if a person is not going for the Friday prayer, do they still have to perform the reversal? And who are those who are not attending the Friday prayer who can stay back? I mean unnecessary. Women was Libyan and children were waiting him. And also other than though, because it's possible that others besides them, meaning men, they don't go for Joomla for a valid reason.

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Okay, now what could be a valid reason for men not going for Joomla?

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Okay, sick.

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Old travel.

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Hmm. Okay, weather, weather conditions are such that it's not safe to go to the masjid. Okay, any other reason? we learned earlier that if a person is in a place where there is no Muslim population, okay, it's not like an every week thing. It's just so happened that you were in a city for two weeks and over there you cannot find any Muslims any Masjid. Obviously, you're not going to go, you're not going to take a flight somewhere else to attend Juma prayer. Right? You don't have that time you don't have that money. so in this situation, that man is not going to pray tomorrow. But it is Friday. Should you still take a bath?

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This is a question. Should you still take a bath? Okay. Now there's a reasonable doubt which is regarded as authentic by many scholars that Juma is a duty that is required of every Muslim except for

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a slave, a woman, a child or one who is sick.

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So amongst the four is also the slave, okay? Because at that time a slave, he didn't have a choice on his own. When if he had a non Muslim Master, and he said No, you cannot go, you can't go. So can he go? No, he cannot if he runs away, that in itself is a sin. Correct. So, such people, you know, it could be that a person you know, he starts work somewhere. And the boss is not letting them go.

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Not allowing them. Right. It's possible. Sometimes people are trapped in in these situations. So anyway, if a person happens to be in the situation where they're not going to perform tomorrow on Friday, they still take a bath. We'll call up neuroma and even more sad in them and Vosloo the whistle is only four who Allah on those who man who did you borrow 100 more, do more on

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why because whistle is performed for the Jew masala.

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Remember that whistle is for what reason for the Friday prayer.

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Okay, not for the date of Friday.

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You understand? Walsall is forced to do more, not for the date of Friday. If it was required for the day of Friday, then we would be required to take that bath one at a time.

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You understand?

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But what do we learn that it's recommended in fact that a person takes a bath job

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Before going for salado do more, okay.

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So if someone is not attending the Friday prayers, they're going to perform select a lot at home should they still take the whistle is it mandatory on them? No it's not mandatory on them however, it is highly recommended. Why? Because there is you know taking a bath once a week is important anyway okay and besides if a person is not able to go for the gym or at least he can have some feeling of Juma had doesn't I believe a man called Donna Sharif and his record had destiny Salim Abdullah and semirara Abdullah have neuroma. There'll be a loved one who may or colusa Miracle Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a akule Mangia Ameen como de morata whoever amongst you comes

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for the Juma finale of The Ceylon you should take

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notice that has been said whoever from you comes to Juma he should take a bath. Not every Friday, every one of you should take a bath. So whistle is for salata Juma, it's a requirement for salata Juma, so whoever is coming, a man, a woman, a child, old person, they should perform rehearsal. Okay, but if, for example, a woman she's not able to know her, it's not fun on her. Okay, but it's highly recommended. Likewise a man he's getting late for the Friday prayers. He was sleeping He woke up and now if you've started performing the whistle, you'll miss it. So what should he do he should not perform the hosel he just do and go and we learned this earlier in detail. The example of Earth

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mangled number when he went for jumong without whistle had the center of the lie of no Muslim either I medic and software. It needs to layman and apply it near setting on a visa inquiry. There'll be a lot more on who another sort of life sort of LaGuardia or Sarah McCall was lujo mille Giamatti word you would either call him or tell him now in this Hadith, what do we see that taking a bath on the day of Friday is wajib on who on every morning tell him on every male who has reached the age of puberty. Now from this, it seems that it's general whether they're going for Joomla or they're not going for Joomla they should take a bath.

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Now again, we will look at this Hadees in the context of the previous one, we have to keep both of them together. The previous Hadith explains that also is for the purpose of salata, Jima, so those who are going those who are more than him, what should they do? Take a bath had definite Muslim, Ibrahim Allah. Allah had definite Ivanova was an abbey here on Ibiza, a lotta katakana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, national afternoon a savvy home Yama piano, we are the last ones yet we will be the first ones on the Day of Judgment, meaning last oma the first to enter gender

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on the Day of Judgment.

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Although keytab and koblin they were given the book before us, meaning the Jews and the Christians were all Tina whom embarrassing him and we were given our book after them for heavily on will lady Estella foofy. And this is the day in which they differ. It's concerning which they differed. Who did the differ with

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their profits? Right? They were told worship Allah subhanaw taala. On Friday, the Jews said no, no, we're not going to do it on Friday we're going to do in Saturday. So what happened?

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The sub was made difficult for them in the majority the sub to our Latina de la foofy. Right, because a different with their profits. That's why they chose Saturday for themselves the different from what they were told what they were commanded. So as a result, they were called Okay, worship alone Saturday and Saturday was made very difficult for them. The Christians they differed also how they chose Sunday for themselves for her than Allah. But Allah guided us so and hamdulillah for this blessing that we were able to accept Friday for her then. So the next day Leah who does for the Jews being the day after Friday, meaning Saturday is where the Jews will bardella then Linda Sol and the

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day after that, meaning after Saturday, which is Sunday is for the Christians for sakata. Then he was silent. And then he became quiet. So makalah Then he said, How can Allah Cooley Muslim, it is incumbent it is necessary on every Muslim Al Jazeera that he takes about physically in every subharti A Yemen seven days, Yeoman at least one day.

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In the seven day week, it is mandatory on every Muslim that he must take a bath at least once.

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So once a week, bath is mandatory YLC loopy hero Sahaja said he should wash in it his head and his body at least once a week. So you understand. You see we'll do it for Salah.

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We also have Genova that is also for a reason.

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But taking this bath once a week, but this is mandatory and every Muslim

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whether or not there is a need.

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If there is a need, like, for example, Geneva, or purity after the menses has ended, then that is fun. Okay. But let's say that situation is not there, then should a woman take a bath only when she ends up, you

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know, once a week is mandatory, you see up the Hulu chatroom. Amen.

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Right? And our Dean, it teaches us this blah, blah, it teaches this stuff. This is just like, every 40 days, at least, every 40 days, what is necessary

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that a person must remove the toughest from his body. Right, that unnecessary here, nailed and so on and so forth. He should remove that from the body, it's mandatory for swatching it's an act of withdrawal, and you cannot delay this past 40 days. Right? So likewise, taking a bath once a week is, is mandatory. Okay.

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And this is so beautiful, no matter what kind of a person from what background,

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okay, our Deen It teaches us cleanliness. Right. So no matter who Muslim is which city, which village, which country, third world first world doesn't matter, a Muslim should be clean.

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And if really we follow this, at least once a week bad in some countries, it's so cold in the winter, like we have over here. But they don't have eating like we have. If it's 16 degrees, that means you're constantly in 16 degrees. And that begins to feel like six degrees.

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You understand. And that means the bathrooms are also freezing cold. And that means that heating up the water is going to be very, very difficult. So sometimes in these situations, people, they don't take a bath that often because they're always covered. So they feel that they're clean.

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You understand they're sleeping in a thermal also in you know, in socks and in thick clothing. So they say, Oh, don't need to take a bath and children especially they won't shower. But what do we learn at least once a week, it's necessary

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that this bad is not just necessary for cleaning purposes, but also for good health.

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for good health, this is necessary

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that a dirty place a dirty body what is attracted to it.

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So if you want to keep the shape line away, maintaining this level of taharah this is minimum level of bahara. This is necessary, very, very important. And this also teaches us that if there is a person who is sick, extremely old, bedridden, they're on bedrest, if they are, I mean, if a doctor has allowed them to take a bath, you know, sometimes they have wounds on their body and they cannot take a bath. So that's understood. But if the only thing, the only reason why they're not taking a bath is they're not capable of doing it themselves than what is necessary, but the family should at least help them assist them in this matter.

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They should help them in this matter, because taking a bath once a week is necessary. I'm here once a lady told me that how she became a personal support worker. She said that once she was looking after this one old woman, and she said that as a personal support worker, it wasn't her duty to give them a bath. She wasn't required to do that. But she said that, you know she developed a good relationship with this old lady and this old lady finally she said, Can you please help me In fact, she also offered her that I can help you take a shower. She said this old woman she was constantly on her bed she could not get out. She could not even walk up to the bathroom. She used to wear a

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diaper every morning every night the nurse or whoever is coming to change the diaper and that's it. She doesn't take a shower ever. She said that woman told me that so many years, she had not taken a bath. what is called a bath. She had not taken it. She said she was so light and she had two daughters who would come and visit her every now and then she said to this person support worker she picked her up literally took her to the bathroom, cover the bathroom with towels, because she did not want to put her in the bathtub. And over there. She bathed her she said when she was washing her hair this much dead skin came out like literally

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and she said she was so grateful that woman that thank you so much for giving me a bath.

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So it's necessary that the people who who were living with take care of them in this matter. Do you want to say something

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before taking a bath? No. Your knees in your heart. You know what you're taking a bath for? Okay, you're taking a bath in order to become clean, whether it's also a job or at the end of your periods or for the purpose of Friday prayers. Okay, you know why you're that you are aware and this is why you are taking the bath. Okay? So you don't need to pronounce any near or, you know, tell you

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yourself okay, I'm taking this bath for this purpose you know it already

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okay just one more of these and then we'll conclude a while about masala Han and Mujahideen and tacos and Avi dockercon abuso de la videosolo lillahi Allah Allah, Allah Muslim and Hopkin for Allah subhanho wa Taala are calling Muslim and help

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is a help on every Muslim, meaning every Muslim has a duty to Allah it is Allah is right, that every Muslim must al mesilla that he must take a bath equally sobriety

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that he must take about at least one day in every seven days.

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So, earlier in the Hadees, we learned that it's an obligation now we learn it's a lot how,

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you know person might say, you know, I'm not married.

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I don't really need to take a bath that often so why should I worry, you know,

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you're taking a bath keeping your body clean, because of who? Alyssa Pannell

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because of Allah it is allowed to happen. So from these bodies, what do we learn that a person who is not going to Joomla

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Okay, you can say that it's not mandatory on them to take a bath on Friday, because they're not going for Friday prayers. But at the same time remember that once a week bath is mandatory, so when you have to take her once a week bath, why not take it on Friday? Why not?

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You understand? So practical Bumblebee, humbug, natural law either in the Enter stuff will go on until we make a Santa Monica