Bukhari 132 The Book of Friday Hadith 899 911

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Lesson 132 – Chapter 13-20 Hadith 899-911

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Assalamu alaikum

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How are you all doing?

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Dr. Otto sweetie here khadim another Pharaoh's name in a shade line

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for him rubbish rallies whether you were silly angry that Emily Sani Coco Lee probenecid nirguna

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Charla, we will begin from Bab number 13 of kuttabul jawan.

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Heidi's number 907 is that the same number that you have

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to hit 99? Okay.

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This bug, there's no chapter heading for it, meaning there's no title. And remember that whenever there is above, which appears in this way that no drama, meaning no heading has been given, then you have to look at the previous one, because it's like a sub heading, or like a sight point that a mumble hottie is proving here, which is not directly related to the previous bar, but it is somehow related. The phagocyte issue.

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And this is similar to how when you're talking about something, there are many things that come to your mind. Right? Many tangents that you can go off into, some are directly related but others are not that directly related, but at the same time, they're essential so they cannot be fully ignored. So instead of dedicating an entire Bab to that, and giving a separate chapter heading around Buhari what he does in his book is that he just mentions Bab and he will mention a few Hadees under that, okay, so over here what he says mentioned

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had the center of the law hypno Mohammed had the Tanisha Baba to had the son our call an amateur millionaire in Abuja, hidden near Amato earning a BS Allahu alayhi wa sallam a call it the norlin Nisa he give permission to the women, belatedly in the night, it'll massage it to the masjid meeting lecture women go to the masjid during the night if they wish to go and perform Salah in the masjid then do not stop them do not prevent them. Now how is this how are these related to the previous vibe the previous Bab what was it Arjuna the heading was hell Allah mala mia shedinja mata Hassan milanesa he was Viviana palladium that is necessary for women children and others who do not attempt

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to do more prayer to have a will so so basically the issue is about women going to the masjid for Juma. Okay, so over here indirectly he's indicating that women should be allowed to go because technically if they're allowed to go for the night prayer meeting for selected Russia, in the night to the masjid, then why should they not be allowed to go for tomorrow? Okay, and when they're going for Juma anyway, okay, it's not obligatory on them. But when they're going then what's better that they go after taking it was just like the men do for men? Okay, it's it's fall it's why women it's not why'd you but since they're going anyway, they might as well take also before going.

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So in this Hadith, what do we learn that the women should not be prevented from going to the masjid, even if it is at night for salata, Russia, obviously, who should not stop them, their men, their coven, whether it's the husband or the father, but remember that this does not mean that the women should go even if the husband is not allowing her.

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Okay. There has to be an agreement. The husband has been told do not stop but the woman on the other hand has been told that she must go with approval with permission. And the next Heidi says very, very beautiful. Had the use of of nimasa had the center Abou samata had the center obey the law Hubner, Amato, I Neff hearing I live near

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even remote said, Carla, he said, Canada Martin, the wife little mod of armadillo on home, so one of the wives of remoto below on what the shadow she would go for salata Suki. Valerie shot for the morning prayer, and there are a sharp remaining budget and Phil Giamatti, she will be present in the congregational prayer. And where would that be fit Masjid in the masjid? So fudger and arratia Where would you pray in the masjid for Kayla has it was set to her limit the Hello Gina. Why do you go waka tal Amina? Well, you know, under Amara, that indeed Roma Yakubu Dalek, he dislikes that way or Haru and he has real you know what is later, protective jealousy. Right? Meaning he doesn't like

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that his wife is going in the night to the masjid. And there are men who go to the masjid and at night you know you go you know that he doesn't like that. He doesn't approve of it. Why do you go

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Call it she said, Who am I am not Who? And what is preventing him and honey? That he stopped me? meeting? He can stop me if he wants. What's holding him back? Why doesn't he stop me? If he dislikes it, then he should just tell me not to go.

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Allah He said, You have narrow Buccola Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what's stopping him? It is the statement of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, which statement lathem no email Allah, he must add to the law that do not stop the female servants, the female slaves, the women, the servants of Allah from the masajid of Allah. So this is the only reason why he lets you go.

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Now, this is amazing that on the one hand, the wife is taking advantage, okay, that he can't stop me. So I should go. I can go so why not? I'll go. But look at the amazing, you know, the character of modo de la horn, that on the one hand, he has respect for the command of the prophets on a lot of sentiment. On the other hand, it's very difficult for him to see his wife go every night and every morning. He doesn't like that he is angry from inside. But he doesn't stop her because he does not want to disobey the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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it's amazing, that Omar Abdullah and who, it's amazing how he was, as a man, you know, so much of hero, but still when he came to the command of the prophets of the Lord is that if he just surrendered there, he just submitted over there.

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And in this is a beautiful lesson for all of us. Because there are many times that things are happening and we don't personally like them. But if they're approved by the Quran and Sunnah, then don't make things difficult for people.

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Now, what do we learn over here? Firstly, we see that the statement of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam let them know email Allah He massaged Allah, let them know email Allah they are Allah servants, you know who email All right, it's the female of feminine off odd, odd This is a male slave and Emma is a female slave. Okay. So, women are a law servants, before they are your wives or you know your daughters or your whoever they are Allah servants, ultimate and Allah servants, where do they belong? massages Allah, all right. So, Allah is house the servant belongs in his masters house. So if the servant wishes to go, do worship Allah, then let that servant go, do not stop them do not

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prevent them. And from this we can also do chaos for seeking. Okay? Meaning if a person wishes to go to seek knowledge, sacred knowledge, the knowledge of the deen then they should not be prevented.

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Okay, they should not be prevented.

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A man should not stop his wife, his sister, his daughter from seeking the knowledge of the dean, just like you should not stop her from going to the masjid in order to worship Allah subhanaw taala because seeking knowledge is also worship, right seeking knowledge as a means to worshiping better. So if there is no knowledge, then how will she worship a lot better?

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You understand? So the man should not stop, however, he can.

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He still can, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, let them know Allahumma sajida law, however, I mean, this is not like men are not allowed at all to prevent their women. I mean, they have that authority, they still can. So this means that a woman should not go if the husband does not allow.

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Okay, meaning she should have his approval.

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It is at that moment alone and who he used to say to her overhear somebody else's intervening, right. But in other versions, we learned that or Modelo, or who used to say to her will lie in Nicoletta lemina aneema. I have had that, you know, by Allah, you know that. I don't like this.

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You know that I do not like this still you go.

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I want you to stop going already. I want you to quit already. I want you to leave this already. She said, Well, like he left and he had done honey, by alarm not gonna stop until you stop me. mean when you tell me that's it, you cannot go, then I'll stop.

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But I know that you can't say that to me. So I'm going to take advantage. Anyway, we see that no matter how good of a relationship there may be between a husband and wife. There are some matters with which, you know, sometimes the husband may not be 100% comfortable.

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Even though it may be permissible in the deen, it may be an obligation. It may be an encouragement, but still it's possible. The husband doesn't really he hasn't come to terms with it yet. So what should the woman do? Should she listen

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to him and leave what is fall? Or leave? What is Mr. How should she oblige? Or should she remain firm? It's a very tricky matter. And women should know how to react in these situations, because this is what we deal with. And if we don't, you know, deal with this situation correctly, there can be a lot of, you know, problems.

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It can affect the relationship. You know, I always say to women who seek advice concerning these matters, and husband doesn't let me wear hijab when my husband doesn't let me, you know, take this course or that course. You know, I believe that this is not just a test of your commitment to Dean. This is also a test of your hook. And this is also a test of your armor. How much really Are you following the dean, because while you are told to wear your hijab, you are also told to respect your husband. And you're also told to give them their help. Right, that cannot be left out. So it's many, many tests combined, we just look at it from one aspect, I want to go for my class, I'm going to

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fight with my husband and yell at him and disrespect him and leave him to fend for himself. No, you have failed the test miserably.

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You have failed the test. When is it that a person is on the right path, when there are challenges there will be you know, these hindrances where the husband is not truly you know, fully happy with you doing something. But what should you do in that situation? Keep respecting them, keep giving them their help, remain firm, remain firm, and sooner or later, they will come to terms with it. You know, there are certain matters for which there is an auction. Okay? You don't do it. Like for example, there's a course in the weekend, there's a course in the evening, okay, don't do it.

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Don't do it. It's not fun. You can there's a five day commitment, okay, leave that if it's making things difficult for you, at your home, leave that take something that you are able to do. But there are other things which are mandatory, that you cannot, you don't have an option about like, for example, hijab, or, for example, basic.

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You know, for instance, if a woman is struggling with the recitation of the Quran for her to learn how to recite the Quran is mandatory. When she has the ability, it's mandatory on her to learn how to recite the Quran, at least correctly so that she's not making mistakes in which she's earning sin.

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You understand. And for that kind of learning, I mean, she has to dedicate some time, I'm not saying five days a week, full time know, once a week, twice a week. But some people even have a problem with that.

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They have a problem with that, that the husbands will not allow, or they're not completely happy and willing to support them in this in this cause. So in that situation, what should be done, be firm, be respectful, give them their help, and be firm. And sooner or later, they will come to terms with it, isn't it that, you know, in everyday matters, there are certain things that we like and certain things that our husbands like.

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But then what happens? We're firm about what we want, and we get them to agree, eventually. So why is it that when it comes to the matters of Dean, we lose our temper, and we become, you know, we show such bad luck, we forget everything that we have learned.

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Or we go to the other extreme, which is

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leaving it all together.

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So this is a very, very beautiful example for us. That how are we who are who on the one hand, he is controlling himself. He's not stopping her. And on the other hand, she is also not keeping away.

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I mean, eventually, as long as you remain firm, you know, Allah will make a way for you. Recently, this lady asked me, she said that, you know, a lot of voluntary work with hula she's involved in it. She helps out at the masjid as much as you can. But she's like my husband, he doesn't like me wearing hijab.

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He doesn't want me to do that.

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So what should I do?

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And he tells me that already, you're doing so much, you're a good person, you know, wearing this hijab was not going to add to your goodness. So you don't need to wear it and he really doesn't want her to he doesn't allow her, he gets upset.

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So what should you do in that situation? I told her make the law. And as soon as you feel that you are ready, you are ready because first you have to be ready when you are ready. take that step and be firm,

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be firm, and eventually they'll accept it.

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You know, it's amazing how women they will change their husbands diets completely.

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The man who never ate vegetables is now eating salads.

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The man who was so picky about his food is now eating everything or most things at least why because the wife says too bad this is all I can make either eat this or go hungry. So people come to terms with it right.

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I was just thinking you know that we can come in from that we should really you know once in a while appreciate them a lot that they let us go ahead and do that. The second thing was listening to one of his

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lectures on now.

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Marriage and relationship. And he said that, you know, if you give the man respect, he'll do anything for you don't let go of respect, even if you know you really want something. But all they want men, they want respect,

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respect and their needs fulfilled.

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If their needs are fulfilled, they'll be happy. And they really don't care about what you're doing or what you're not doing. But if their needs are unfulfilled, and every little thing is going to bother them, it's like, you know, when someone is hungry, when a child is hungry, then everything. No, no, no, no. Everything. Would you like to sit in the car? No. Would you like to go somewhere? No, do you understand? No, you want to say no, everything is in a why because inside is unsatisfied.

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So likewise, when a man is satisfied, then you have a support, then he'll give you the freedom that you need.

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Again, it's not just one desk, it's many tests combined. So a person must take every step very carefully. In such a delicate situation, and it's very delicate. Because this constrain the relationship and the relationship is strained. At home, you're not at peace, then how can a person keep going every day sneaking around and doing our you feel like you're living a double life. And remember, no matter how smooth, you know, your life is your relationship is there will be bumps. There will be ups and downs. You know, it might come to you as a big surprise. What do you mean?

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What do you mean, I can't do this, really. And then you realize out, you know, I'm a wife, I'm supposed to accept his decision. It's very shocking. It's very shocking, but be prepared for these situations

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are so good at handling everything. So well. Something will happen. Either something you say, which we did not mean, in any other way. But the husband gets upset. And what do you mean, you're saying this. And usually, you didn't mean that and he but he takes it a different way, or something will happen with the children. And that upsets the husband anything. And I always found I was thinking around to the same thing, because it happened to us or South Africa, she has a nice time, nothing went wrong. Soon as he came here, has been had a massive, massive heart attack. And she was saying, she even thought to herself, everything went through smoothly. Something has to happen to make you

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stop and think and think a lot smarter, and not take things for granted. Never, never take things for granted. Whether it's your children, your husband, your family, anything in your life, always stop and think, Oh Allah, this is from you. And I will take it in your control. Yes. And also one more thing that when a person is going out in a loving way, and hurdle is created by someone,

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whether it's that every time you're going to say no, you should not go or you come home and they're upset, you know, their mood, says it all those of you who are married, you know what I'm talking about, right? That sometimes they send you off with approval, but as soon as you come back,

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angry, upset. So at that time instead of fussing over them that Oh, they're so Moody, and they're so they're always complaining and I can never make him happy. Think about yourself.

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Always check yourself, did you you know neglected? How can anyone whether it was breakfast or ironing or you know, dirty laundry or whatever it was? No, because you know, what happens to a lot is after every single person, anything that goes wrong shaitaan will put in their head, you know, she's going to this class, this class man, this alhuda the entire blame will go on, the entire blame will go on the Quran class. Whereas if you think about it, when you're home on the weekends, or when you're home, through the summer, for instance, even then there are times when the breakfast was late or the laundry was not done or things were not done properly. But at that time, who is to blame?

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Who is to blame?

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You can't blame any time or any on class. Right? It's functional. And so you have to be extra careful, extra on guard, you know, with your clock and your behavior and you're giving HAC to your spouse

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who hasn't as important, you know, you're much more productive and you know, you did things faster from the lines from the blessing of coming here. You know, thinking that we're gonna hear so much later, you know, the eyes of teacher will reveal because he's, you know, for other women, on women, and unfortunately, we're losing within men. You know, and it's something that you know, we say it's controlling instead of, you know, appreciating manufacturing.

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It's protection.

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vibe. Swati Illa Mia, Joo morata Phil matauri A Rosati allowance dispensation in if lumea Durrell jumada if a person does not attend the jamara when fill muddy in the rain, meaning if it's raining, do people have this allowance to not go for tomorrow? Or do they still have to go for a few more

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are there any times when you were allowed to okay don't pray. It's okay.

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Whether you're traveling or you're sick or you just woke up from you know the anesthesia that you were given several hours ago it's time to pray you have to pray. But when it comes to going to the masjid for Juma Do you have an option of staying back if let's say the weather conditions are really severe yes had the cinema said that in color had the Santa Maria California or the homemade sorry Rosa de cada had doesn't have the LA haven't had anything. If not me, Mohammed misurina columnar bassendean Dini veoma mclearen on a rainy day even our best set to His will and then either a shadow Anna Muhammad Rasulullah he said to is more than the one who was giving the other than that when

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you're when you're about to say I shadow under Mohammed the rasulillah meaning in the other fella called Hayato surah. Then don't say hi hello Salah.

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Cool and instead you should say Salafi booty come pray in your homes. Because Hey Allah Salah means come to prayer. So if the more admin is saying, Come to prayer, that means everybody leave what you're doing and come and join the congregation.

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But even a verse said to them, and then don't say hi out of Salah instead says Salafi BeautyCon pray in your homes,

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when even our verse that that is mundane and unnecessary. And so the people it was as if they you know, they found this very strange. They didn't like it that why is it in our best thing people should pray in their homes? And why is he changing the words of the event? When he found that people surprised by Allah? He said for Allah who man who was

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the one who was better than me, did this meaning the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you find it strange that I'm telling them what to do this? This happened at the time of the prophets have a lot of them also, he said in a dewata asthma, indeed jamara that is asthma, asthma, meaning an obligation, asthma, strict order a matter requiring firm resolution meaning it's an obligation There is no doubt about its obligation. Well in Nicorette, but I dislike an Oak Ridge icon that I should bring you out meaning from your homes, but I'm sure so then you walk all the way to the masjid with Laney in mud and slush, because at that time, the roads they were of mud, right muddy pathways. And when it

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rained parts of it, yes, they got wet and muddy, but other parts that would become very slushy and slippery, such that when a person would step on it, he would slip and fall. So it would be dangerous. If people are coming for Salah they could really get hurt. So he did not want things to be made difficult for the people and this is why he said people should pray in their homes and not come to the masjid. So this shows to us that if for fault prayer, you know people are not required to come to the masjid, that for Juma prayer also jumar can be cancelled when there are severe weather conditions, you understand. So, obviously, at that time, the roads were such that even with

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a little bit of rain, or just heavy rain, you know, it would be dangerous to go out. However, these days Alhamdulillah things are not that bad. Even when there's a lot of snow. Roads are cleared if people go to work, they can also go for do more but still there are times when there's so much snow, so much rain, so much ice, that's difficult. So in that situation,

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you know a person should not impose difficulty upon himself and should stay back.

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You understand? And there's no sin in this

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bear min aina to tell Joomla to from where should a person come for Joomla? meaning how far should you come to Joomla? For what Allah and upon Manta gebouw who is it obligatory on? So there's two things over here first of all,

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min aina meaning how far or how near should a person be? So that coming to Juma is obligatory on him.

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Understand that how much should the distance be between the person and the masjid?

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At what distance does Joomla become mandatory?

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Here, because we learned earlier the Joomla is from john gathering together, which means that a person cannot do more of himself. He has to go join a group of people. And it is preferred that in bigger massages, people should go for Joomla correct. So what if the budget is really really far? What if a person lives in the outskirts of the city? And for him to go to that big Masjid? It's gonna take two hours

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or more or less, you know, it could be difficult. So is it still obligatory on him to leave everything and go for a demo? Or is he allowed to stay back? So the distance, okay, that is the discretion over here. And secondly, we're allowed a month

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Whoo hoo. Is it obligatory on meaning? Does it include everyone? Men, women, children, healthy sick travelers residents, does it include everyone? Why does a question leave county law he because of the statement of Allah subhanaw taala Jen Lavasa either no do the selective minyama Giamatti when the call for the prayer is made on the day of Friday. Now this ayah it begins with the Medina M. O you who believe, and all you will believe includes

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all the believers. So, from that, it seems elementary Whoo hoo, is it obligatory on everybody, every believer, whether he is sick, or he's healthy, whether he's traveling or he's a resident, whether he lives near the masjid or far from the masjid, that's obligatory on everybody. That's what it seems like. And from this I again, min aina, to tell you more, either no DNS sadati, when the call to prayer is made, when the call to prayer is made, that means you have to hear the call in order to go.

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So what if you hear the call? Okay, meaning the end, and you go for what have you live? Really, really far from the master? Then you don't hear the other? Do you still have to go for Joomla? This is a question Do you still have to go for Joomla? And what about people who live in places where you don't hear any event in your homes? Do you still have to go for Joomla? Because remember that companion? Who, who took permission who asked for permission to stay behind?

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You know, from Serato. Tomorrow, the prophet SAW a lot of them initially gave him permission. But then he asked Do you hear the event? He said yes.

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So he was told then respond, then you have to go.

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Right? So what if a person does not hear the other because he lives too far from the masjid or he lives in a place where the land is not called out loud? Like we are here. Then in that situation? Does that mean jamara is not obligatory? Let's find out what caught our alpha on either. coulterville caryatid Jamie

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said that when you are in Korea in a city that is jameela, Jamil gemera. What does it mean?

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collective. Okay, meaning that will jamara where there is, you know, a population a good population. So you're talking about a sizable town, not a small city, not a small village, but a sizable town.

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Some set that that means Korea and Jeremy it means a place where there is a drama meeting tomorrow a group and assembly of a leader okay and amid a call the judge, some counselor some representative in the main government, you understand.

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So in a city like this in a small population like this, or yet in Germany when you are in a place like that, for new DOB slotomania will tomorrow and the call to prayer is made on the day of Friday, the Hakuna alayka and Tasha then it is incumbent on you meaning necessary for you that you witness. Meaning if you're in a big city

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then you have to go for do more Samaritan NIDA Olam does Mark whether you hear the call or you don't hear it, whether you hear the other end or you do not hear it.

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So what do we learn from the statement?

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If a person is in a sizable town, meaning it's it's a population, it's a city

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and Okay, there's one Masjid in the middle of the masjid then you live towards the outskirts. Okay, but you still have to go for jumar Why? Because you are in that population. The reason why you don't hear that is because you live too far.

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But still, you should go.

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So, if we're living in Toronto, and we don't hear the event of the mustard that the mustard is only 10 minutes away. Are the men required to go? Yes they are.

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And also remember that no dia means the call is made. It hasn't been said as America when you hear the call. When you hear the

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what has been said. When the call is made meaning when the time enters when the time enters and you know that it's time to go for Joomla then you have to go for Joomla what kind of unnecessarily Allahu anhu unnecessarily long learn will feel costly. In his castle in his fortress, a Hannon sometimes you Jeremy

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he would go for Juma ohana and other times like john Muir he would not go for gym or

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whatever. And he was bizarre with it. I left for him. He was at a place called Zarya, which was first within a distance of two fossa from Basra do fossils is about six miles. So and this is our new he didn't live in the city in the city of Basra. rather he lived far from the city of Oslo in a place

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called Zambia. And it was about six miles away. Now for us six miles means six minutes on the highway.

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But imagine if a person has to walk all the way. Have you ever taken the side streets? How long does it take to cover the same distance? Sometimes double? Right? Now imagine if a person is walking all the way or going on a camel or a horse or a donkey? It's going to take even longer, right? It's going to take at least an hour, if not more.

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So this is the reason why. And so the lower was sometimes he would go for tomorrow. And at other times, you would not go for tomorrow. What does it show them? That it wasn't obligatory on him because if he considered it further on himself, you think of a companion of the Prophet would stay behind him tomorrow from an obligation? Never. He wouldn't stay behind from an obligation he would certainly go. So the fact that sometimes he would go and sometimes he would not go shows that it was not obligatory on him. Why was it not obligatory on him because he did not live in the city. Rather, he lived on the outskirts, he lived far, six miles away. But remember that such a person who is

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living far from the city, he should not abandon Juma altogether. And this is why we see that even though it was difficult, still, he tried to make it as much as possible. Ariana Eugene Mira who Ariana Leo Jamil so is this clear

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have done a lot Carla had done Abdullah having a weapon caught up on you know, how does the left hip knee jerk for a number hammer the majority of us surveyed had this Who on earth would have missed a debate on our I*a zodion abuse of a love array with some eyeshadow on her. She said that she said cannon so the people would enter buena. They would come Yama Giamatti. On the day of Friday women as alien from their homes with our lolly and also our windy early it was outskirts of Medina, places that were not really part of Medina but right outside Medina. So people would come from their homes meaning inside Medina and also some would come from far off places. Why? For Juma for doing a little

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bar. So they would come in goo bar or is over dust. Because obviously if you're traveling through the desert, then what would come on you dust. And if you're coming from a far off place, then again, you'd have more dust on you. Remember when debris you came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam there were no traces of any dust on him. And that, you know, made this harbor when wonder that this man is a stranger. We don't know him He must have come from outside. But there's no dust on him. Which means that he didn't come from outside. So what's going on here? He's not from a DNA and he's not from outside Medina Who is he? You understand. So when the people would arrive on Friday for the

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sauna, they would be covered in dust. And you see boohooman the whole battle when iraq

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hobo and Iraq meaning dust and sweat,

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it would be on them mean its traces would be visible on them. Because it's only natural that if a person is coming from a far off place, writing or even walking or running, there would be dust as well as sweat on him. 500 human human, so the outer coat come out from them meaning the sweat the smell of the sweat, you know it would come so it would be sensed by the people around them for it Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Santa Minho, one man from among them. He came to the Prophet sallallahu Addison meaning to visit him while we're in the while the prophets of artisan was with me, meaning in her apartment. So this man came into the house. Where did he come

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into the house into the huddle? And now imagine if a person was smelling of sweat if he comes in a closed place in a small room, then what's going to happen? That smell is going to spread for Korean abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said hello and welcome to the Horton Leone Mecca mhada. If only you would clean yourselves for this day of yours, meaning it would be so good if you clean yourself especially for Friday. Because then you would feel fresh and the people around you also would not feel either. Now there are a number of things that we learn from this Heidi's First of all, the reason why this Hardee's has been brought here is to prove that people

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would come for tomorrow, from where far off places also.

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But again, every single person would not come. Many of them would come but everyone would not come which shows that if a person is far so far, that it's difficult for him to come that he has an option he can go and he also has the option of not going however he should not abandon tomorrow, altogether. Secondly, we see here that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam encouraged them to clean themselves for this day, meaning for the day of Friday, which means that generally

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What should Muslims do clean themselves for this day, whether they are going for tomorrow, they're not going for a gym or whether they're coming from a near place or from a far off place. It is encouraged to clean yourself on this day, because it's especially. And then we also see here that if a person has cleaned himself took a bath, and he then he went to the masjid and in the process, he got sweaty and dusty, then obviously, there is no harm in that because he tried his best. You understand? Like, for example, if a person works in such a place where, you know, there's a lot of hard labor physical work, and in that process, he's sweating, or there's dust covering him. He took

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a bath in the morning for Juma. But now by the time you'll get to the mercy, the dusty, it's hot, the AC is not working in the car,

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you understand, or he's coming on through public transport or he's walking all the way. So as long as the person has tried his best, there is no harm, but still on reaching the masjid. fashional right on reaching a machine fresh enough.

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Okay, now from this, there is a question, which is that the traveler, is it obligatory on him to perform. So let's do more.

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We see that people are traveling to the masjid for Juma.

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So if a person is traveling, okay, he's making his way through a city or on the road, he's going to another city, is he obligated to stop his journey and praise Allah to do more and then continue?

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Remember that so that'll do more is not fall on the traveler. Okay, it's not obligatory, and this is the opinion of the majority of the scholars.

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And the reason is, the reason why they hold this opinion is because they said that the prophets of Allah said I'm used to travel frequently, didn't he? He traveled for omura

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he traveled for Hajj. Okay. He traveled for so many military campaigns, at least 20 the prophets are lawless and participated in himself. Okay. And when he traveled there were so many people with him, sometimes hundreds and sometimes 1000s. But none of them report that he stopped for jawan or he established the Juma prayer during the journey, or even their prayer about Hajj. It's understood. Okay. And even at hedge the hopa that he gave at arnova it was for hedge, not for tomorrow. You understand? We learned that once the companions were traveling, and the time of the attack came. So the companions they actually offered, you know, their animals, they slaughtered their animals as

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older Yeah. But we don't learn that they performed solid.

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Okay, neither did they perform Salatu. Juma? So from this, we learned that if a person is traveling, okay, meaning a person is on the road.

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At that time, if the time for selected outcomes or strategy marcomms is that followed on him?

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Is that following him? No, it is not. However, if a person traveled, and he reached his destination, and he's staying there for three, four days, and he's just at home, chilling with his family, and it's Friday, should he go for tomorrow? The scholar said that yes, he should go. Again. They say it's not wajib on him, but it is better for him to go. Why? Because the ISS either new DNS or Lt. minion will do more I think marotti fissara Isla de la and first of all, the command has been given to everybody, the traveler, as well as the resident.

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So you understand, but sometimes it happens that you are in one city but you have one thing to do after the other. And especially men I mean, if they're traveling to a different city, they're going for work there they have multiple meetings, they have so many things planned out. So again, making time out for tomorrow might be difficult. So in that situation, again, they have the option of leaving

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that work till Giamatti it has Allah the shrimps the time of Juma prayer is when the sun starts to decline Zara left Zara is from

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Zoho and what does it mean?

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The declining okay. Remember that the sun when it rises when you see it rising? Okay, it appears on the horizon and it goes up. And then there is a certain point in the day when it's literally above your head. And that's understood as noon time. And that is a time when prayer is not allowed. Remember there are three times when prayer is forbidden unless there is a cause and what are those three times firstly when the sun is rising.

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Secondly, when the sun is at the Meridian,

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okay, and thirdly, when the sun is setting Alright, so once the Sun reaches

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highest point in the sky Okay, then what happens it begins to decline. So, in the morning, once the sun has risen, the shadows are in a particular direction and then you see the shadows are shrinking, shrinking, shrinking until the shadow is right beneath you, okay. And then what happens the direction of the shadow it changes why because now the sun is going on the opposite direction. So, when this happens, it has added the chumps when the sun begins to decline, that is when the time for celestial jamara comes in.

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Meaning the time

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in other words, in simpler words, the time for Joomla is the time for

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what can I allocate your work and this is how it was reported on a model from a model where I lean and early wonderment of negotiating where I would have never heard a thing rhodiola horn meaning all of these companions this is what they reported that this is one of the prophets of Allah send them perform jamara and this is when the time for dumar enters had done are done Kala Aparna Abdullah cada Aparna Yep, no sir Eden and no settler Amata it loosely

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said that was asked about whoosah about taking a bath when Jamar Giamatti on the day of Friday for call it so she said Katara Chateau de la Juan her. She said I said to her cannon. So the people would be Maha netta and forcing him Mahabharata moneta, this is a plural of men, just as the word katha is the plural of

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florala get him

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okay. Kathy, can

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you understand? Kathy Qatada So likewise my him mahana who is cattle?

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One who writes a scribe cattle cassava and my hen mahana. Okay, now, who is my hen?

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Who has met him? We learned from our Hadith the prophet SAW a lot of them used to be fee Minetti le, he would be in the service of his family, working for his family, meaning helping them out at home, doing chores for them. Okay, so Mahabharata and foresee him being the people would be serving themselves, doing their work, doing their stuff. When is it that you do your work? Your work?

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Whether it's you know, you're working at a particular place for yourself making money, okay, or you're studying. Why because you are getting knowledge for yourself, or you're at home cleaning or cooking. All of this generally, work time is which time, evening,

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daytime, right? Once you wake up in the morning, then you get to work.

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Whether it is at home, or at a particular place, you're studying, you're teaching whatever you're doing. So people would be doing their work, what candle and they used to eat Allahu ala Giamatti, when they would go for jamara Allahu Fie hate at him. They would go in their state, meaning as they were, and imagine if a person is outside working in front of an oven or a woman is cleaning her home, or a man is cutting trees, or he is milking his animals as they were, they would go for Juma. *ery Allah homesafe was sent to them Louis de Santo. If only you take a looser meaning Why don't you please take a whistle

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come to the mustard fresh. So from the statement of eyeshadow below and what do we learn that the people

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they would come for Jamal? When?

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In the daytime. So the time for tomorrow is daytime. Okay. Now there are a number of other things that we learned from this Hardee's First of all,

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look at the narrator who's the narrator are a shadow blow on her. Who is reporting from her? Um,

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who is her student?

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Okay, and she is giving the Hadees to who? Yeah, here even sorry.

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Okay, so you see how men learn from the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but women also learnt they also took knowledge seriously.

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They learned and they passed on that knowledge and look at how

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she said that for a lot of college I shall deliver on her that look at your heaven. Sorry. Yeah, heaven sorry, this asking about also that when should those will be taken on the day of Friday? And she didn't just give an answer, but to use an evidence.

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Then she, she spoke with the lead.

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So what does this teach us?

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We should do the same thing. But when people ask us a question, give them a satisfying answer and what is a satisfying answer? The one which is with

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Evidence because otherwise it seems like you are showing yourself as an authority.

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But we are no authority speak with evidence

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to Allah, she gave evidence. What else do we learn from this? From this Hadees

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that how people used to do their work

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on Friday.

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And then

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when the time for prayer came, they left everything and went for slaughter.

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So what does this show to us? What lesson do we learn from this?

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Okay, and before that,

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use the morning,

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use your mornings, because it shows that the habit of the people was they worked in the daytime. So work during the day.

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The thing is that when your mind is tired,

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okay, when your mind is tired, you can still force your body to do some mindless work. But if your body is tired, you can't get your mind to work. Or can you? You can. This is why it's necessary the during the day do what is most important to you. Most important so for example, studying, do it in the daytime when you are alert when you are awake when you have energy.

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And then later, at the last part of the day, do things which don't require much mental effort.

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Like I remember once my mother told me that when she was a student, she would do her laundry last thing at night.

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Last thing at night Why? Because your brain is tired you've been reading you've been you know studying all day your your head is hurting literally. At that time if you are doing some physical work that helps you wake up first of all, and secondly, that work will get done but if you do your clothes first, your laundry first and then you sit down with your books. You can't study like that.

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So the daytime should be spent in doing more mental work.

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And also we learned the etiquette over here that going for tomorrow. What's best that a person freshens up before doing that had the thinness range of normanni color doesn't apply humans today man on earth might have near near Earth manatee. Me and NSF the American or the Aloha animal unobvious Allahu alayhi wa sallam Can you solid jumada hanaa Camila shrimps. He said that the prophets are a lot of them used to pray tomorrow, when at the time when Camila chumps when the sun would decline, meaning as soon as the sun began declining, meaning as soon as it is fast and reading immediately, he would perform so let's do more

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of them call upon our la calling on our homemade arnesson color coordinate. He said we used to know back kilo bill Giamatti. We used to do tequila with Juma what is the key going early? Meaning we would go early for jumar meaning relatively early compared to the huddle.

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So for longer they would go but for tomorrow they would go earlier compared to

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one a piano and we would take our afternoon nap bar the Jumeirah after.

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Now, there are a couple of things over here. First of all, this shows that this are these shows that Joomla is relatively early compared to select. Okay, that's when it should be performed. Why? Because the day of Friday, remember that? You know, there's certainly provided that you perform in the morning. And yes, you do your work. But then after tomorrow, what is it that you do in the Quran? What do we learn that when the Salah is over, then go

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Go and do your work. So people have to go back to work. And when people have to go back to work, they better have a solid chunk before the evening.

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So when tomorrow will be performed early compared to the hook, then people have a solid chunk before Gomorrah and after Juma the day is divided, but when you more will be performed late and you're neither here nor are you there. You understand. So this is the reason why Joomla was performed relatively early so that people could go back to their work, you know, to their business to their homes and do whatever they needed to. Also remember that the time for jamara Yes, it entered as the same time as the hood but some scholars said that it is permissible to pray Jamaat even earlier

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Okay, so some decided when you go to them tomorrow is within the hood window. Okay. And some massage you will notice that tomorrow is before

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before and sometimes people object that what is this? I mean, why are we performing tomorrow early? Just because it suits people's work hours.

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Because there is permission there is allowance to do that. If you notice the Hardys over here, can you suddenly jamara their hanaa tomino chumps

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When the sun is, you know starting to go down the prophets on a lot of times already praying Juma, which means the hookah was before that which means that it began before the sun started to decline. So, some scholars, for example, even humble his health in Norway, they said it is permissible to pray before the sun passes the Meridian, this is tomorrow.

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They said that the time for tomorrow begins slightly before the time for was over. And there is evidence for this, like, for example, are these witches reported by Muslim in which we learned that Jaffa and Mohammed the reporter from his father, the jabot, of an herbalist, said, we used to pray with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam, then we would go back and let our camels use for carrying water rest, meaning then we would make our camels rest which cameras, the cameras that were used for carrying water presence, as I said to Java, what time was that? He said, when the sun fast, it's Zenit. So you see, they're coming back from tomorrow. And then the candles are being made to

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rest and that was what time when the sun faster then so which means that the Salah was performed when,

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as the sun was at the zenith at the meridian or right before that, I remember that. Furthermore, people are coming from far off places. So to make it convenient for them, do it early, if it suits everybody. And if it suits them the other way, then do it slightly later but within the time off, although

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Bab either standard hallelujah majority

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either standard, what is how

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heat is that the

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What does that mean? functionally when it becomes intense severe, meaning when the heat is intense, the normal jumar on the day of Joomla then what should be done at the center Mohammed Abu Bakr en el mercado de calidad de Sena halloumi you know, Amata Allah had the center

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over Hollywood Medina in Colorado nsmt American yaku cannon abuse or la hora de will send them either shut del barbu Baqarah bisola he said that when it was very cold the prophets of Allah Islam used to go early to the prayer bakura from Boca, Boca Raton Wasilla right. So when it was very cold the prophets Allah Addison will perform the Sunnah early what either Shut the hell up brothers Salah, and when it was very hot, he would delay the prayer of brothers from both meaning he would let it become cool meaning the sand the ground. Okay, so and that's obviously later

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meaning he would delay the prayer.

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When it was hot, you would delay the prayer yarny lg morata meaning the Juma prayer.

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Allah units of lubricating a homeowner will qualify for Coronavirus harati while I'm here couldn't do more in one direction. He said this was his habit with the prayer in general. Not specifically tomorrow. We'll call a bishop Nathan Henderson I bahala Casa La Vina Amira, LG Murata. So McCauley and us in the long run okay for Canon abuse on a lover who sent us a link to her.

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So in this heart is also what do we learn

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when it's cold? early, when it's hot. Later? Why for the convenience of people, Bab mushy in a Giamatti walking to the tomorrow in the Quran. What's the first arrow, Isla de la casa de la hija de croo fissara illa de la the statement of Allah rush to the prayer run to the prayer. Now does this mean that a person should run to

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Juma prayers? Or can he walk?

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Or can he go in a vehicle in a means of transportation? Does he have to run?

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Well, I'm gonna call a sir ulama Lu, and those who said that sorry, here, it doesn't mean running. It means I'm at work with the hub and going luckily to Allah, because of the statement of the last panel data lasala has Surya and he strove for it as the cause deserves.

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Meaning the word sorry, yes, it means to run but in the Quran the word sorry is not always used for running.

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It's also used for striving, working, putting in effort exerting effort. So over here, this is our Lila decree law. It doesn't mean run to the masjid. It means get ready to go. Make an effort. Start working in the direction of going to the masjid and what would that be? Leave what you're doing Get Ready, Go take a bath change freshen up, right? And get everything ready to go to the masjid. So it means alarm Allah what the hell just like in the Quran was Allah has Surya

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What is this man arado Hirata masala Surya whoever intends for the reward in the hereafter

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He's tries for it as he should strive doesn't mean he runs for it. So Africa is a place and you have to run there

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is that what the meaning is? No sorry over there means running. What does it mean? striving getting ready getting ready for the hero.

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So likewise getting ready for salata, Duma we'll call it our best and even our best Robbie Alomar and Homer he said, Yeah, roll by arena even he said a layer meaning business it becomes haram at that time and you have to stop it. We'll call her out on an outlaw said hello mostly now to Kahlua all sooner as they become How long? What is that?

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Work craftsmanship.

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So whether a person is you know, doing agriculture or he's working in an office is typing something writing something arranging some papers, organizing some furniture, shopping, you know, whatever whatever work profession a person has, all of that must come to a stop. What color Avraham of Massara dinner and is re either oven and we'll add the new yomo Giamatti, Hua Hua, Masahiro fairlady.

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Ibrahim started from Missouri, he took this opinion from Missouri, that when the admin makes the call, on the day of Friday, we'll mussaf it and the person is traveling farther he and then he must come, he must attend the democra. So what do we learn from all of this discussion? That first of all, a person should walk to the masjid not run? Secondly, he must strive to go to the masjid he must, you know, put in some effort.

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When you're going somewhere? Does it show that you're going somewhere?

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Like, for example, in the morning, weekday morning, what happens after

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you just go lie down on the couch? What do you do? Sorry, running up and down, in and out. Right, loading the car, preparing food, preparing lunch, getting everything ready? That sorry. So likewise, a person should do for Joomla getting ready to go for Joomla. Thirdly, we see that everything else should stop at that time. Just as everything stops when you're getting ready to go somewhere. everything stops. You know, if you have laundry sitting in your machine, you're not going to take it out. Why? Because you have to go

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isn't it?

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You have dishes sitting in your dishwasher, you're not going to unload your dishwasher because that can be done later. So likewise, everything comes to a stop it becomes haraam. When the time for Jamal comes. Fourthly, we see that the musafir the traveler, when he hears the event in a New Delhi slotomania majority, then what should he do? For la he should he should respond to the call, meaning he should also do some sorry, had the center leave not of the left or ahead doesn't actually the Muslim call ahead the center of Imodium color headers and Arvada to refactor or address any of what I've seen what

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he said. I was caught up with me when I was on my way, lol Giamatti to do more. I was on my way to do more and I was caught up with me for color. So he said, Samaritan nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I akule I heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saying moneyhub Bharat Kodama houfy Seville Illa he had Rama who Allahu Allah Nah. Man, whoever is about what is Bharat it became dusty, or the man who both hispeed FISA vitola in the way of Allah, habla Allahu Allah who will forbid him Allah not on the fire, meaning that person is not going to help.

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He's not going to be touched by the fire. He's not going to be consumed by the fire.

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Now what do we learn over here? that these people are going to the masjid? What's their Mushi to the masjid? What's their walking to the masjid? When they're walking? That's when their feet are getting dusty. Right? So this is what a mumble hottie is proving walking to the masjid. Now, what do we learn here? That one person is going another catches up with him? And what are they talking about?

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One tells the other other hobbies because it's only natural when you're walking with somebody, you're going to talk about something the birds of the sky, you're going to comment on something. And generally our commentary is positive or negative.

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How long have you been walking? How long have you been, you know, on this way, you must be really tired.

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My feet are hurting so much my back is hurting. We start complaining. Generally our commentary is negative as soon as we meet with someone.

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Either we complain about how difficult it is or we complain about the people who we've been with, but look at how they're using their time.

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One is narrative

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Heading to the other. And look if he hadn't narrated that howdy would we have received?

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Think about it. Where did he get this Hades in imageless availale in a gathering of knowledge, no while walking to the masjid, and which had this was mentioned, a hadith that was a source of encouragement, that okay, you're walking to the masjid. Don't feel bad for yourself. Any person whose feet get muddy in the way of Allah, Allah forbid him on the fire, meaning he's not going to help.

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Now, likewise, you know, sometimes your car can get very muddy, it can get very dusty.

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You get a carwash done and it's sitting in the garage and the next day you go to your class, it's raining. There goes, the entire car is dirty, no.

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Right? Likewise, in the winter, what happens?

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What happens there's a layer of dirt.

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So again, don't feel sorry for yourself. Because that is something good. So whenever you see yourself getting tired, you see traces of exhaustion, or fatigue on yourself on your feet on your shoes. don't pity yourself, be glad. Be glad.

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You know when you get a new pair of shoes, what happens after some time?

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What happens you see signs of wear and tear. There are some particular shoes that you always wear to for example images

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or other shoes that you wear to you know the park or when you go into the grocery store. So when you see your mustard shoes, or your school shoes, getting old signs of wear and tear on them, don't feel bad for yourself.

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so getting affected by this whole bar

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by this dust, what is it? It's a privilege, it's an honor.

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It's not something to feel bad about.

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parked the car in a house and that we walked through the mud. And I was noticing she was putting purposely her feet into the dust. She was at that time in the kindergarten right? So I asked her what are you doing? I said, I then I realized I said I asked her Did you hear some new ad today? And she said yes. So I explained her was the meaning of light to putting your feet like if they're dusty, yeah, the shoe that dusty Ray.

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This is so encouraging. And I hope this shows to worse another aspect of walking to the masjid. You know, sometimes we want to park as close as possible to the doors so that we have to walk less. But the more a person has to walk in the way of Allah, the more dusty he gets, the better it is for him, more reward for him more production for him. In other words, we learned that a person going to the masjid in the night, you know this will be a source of light for him on the Day of Judgment had the Adam Carolla had the Sunnah even though they've been called his real answer even will be Salah Mata and Avi hudaydah. They love more and more and in a BS for the love. Where do you sell them or how

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does an abaya man color Aparna Sheree? berners Lee call it Ronnie Abu Salah Mata Rahman and Carlos America Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam may have gone either up notice whether to when the prayer has been established for that to have the sound, then do not come to it running.

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What do have and come to it, approach the prayer them shuna walking la como Sakina on you must be Sakina meaning you must be tranquil from a lockdown for salute. Whatever you catch up, then pray that meaning whatever you find with the email, pray warmer, fatter, calm and whatever you miss for a demo, then complete it. So yes, in the Quran, Festo has been mentioned, but that doesn't mean you have to run to the masjid. You still have to walk the masjid because running to the prayer is something that is not allowed. How should a person approach the prayer walking with subpoena? Why? If you're running, you know tripping over something almost crashing into something or someone.

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Imagine how shaken you would be by the time you get to the prayer.

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Like for example, the person is driving really, really fast. Then what happens finally when you get to your school, you have to sit in the car for two minutes and get

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Your census together, take a few breaths and then go, it can shake you.

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Of course, when people are running, it seems so chaotic, right? But when people are walking, and they're going, you know, gently smoothly with Sakina then it's come it's peaceful, the entire activity.

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And also one more thing, the people who are standing in prayer,

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imagine they hear somebody running.

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They hear somebody running at the back, then obviously, they're gonna wonder Everything okay? Is there an emergency? Is there a problem? What's going on?

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So this is why

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either op notice or even if the prayer has begun, don't run to the prayer, walk to the prayer. Even if you miss something in the process.

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What you find what the man pray that and whatever you've missed, don't worry. Make it up later. And it's coming on time. Was that important to you? Then you should have thought about that earlier.

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when the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would come for the prayer, basically when the time for prayer would enter the law would go and ask the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Should I go get dnn and the prophets Allah allowed us and would allow him and with Allah will give the other and then when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would come and the person who would be giving the karma he would see him then he would, you know begin the karma. So basically, your karma would only be pronounced when the Imam was seen.

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Because it's disrespectful, the Imam is not clear your karma has been pronounced. And everybody's standing in rows and wondering where's the Imam?

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So wait for the Imam to come, then give the karma. And then everybody should stand up for the prayer.

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Also, during the prayer, during the prayer, a person should not get up from the record, or the subdued before the email. Okay, so the process of coming to the prayer and the prayer itself, how should it be? The entire process? How should it be with Sakina? Don't rush through it. Because when you're rushing through something, then you're basically getting a chore done, aren't you. And when you're going slowly, taking time,

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you know, paying attention to every detail, then that means you were focused on the work. And you're not just getting the work done. And this is very natural.

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The things that you consider a chore you rush through them.

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Or you don't

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like for example, in the kitchen, why is it that there's so much bang and claim so much noise? Because dishes are just being thrown literally tossed in the dishwasher. Right? Why? Because it's not that important. It's just a chore. You just want to get it over with the real work is something else that's sitting in eating with your family or that's actually preparing the food. So the sauna, whether it is coming to the prayer, or standing up for the prayer, or during the prayer, it's all important. And when it's all important, it should not be rushed. Let the como hotter or lake was Sakina.

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Now walking to the masjid, okay because this is what the Bible is about.

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That itself is something that is very very rewarding. Remember that a group of once a sub tribe right they move close to the masjid and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the outcome the outcome doctor can go back to your homes, they remain in your homes, meaning don't relocate closer to the masjid because your footsteps to the masjid are recorded. Now going for any prayer for anything in the way of Allah subhanaw taala every step counts for going for tomorrow. Again every step counts. In a hadith we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said whoever does Walsall on Friday and causes his wife to do Vasile and sets out early and comes close to the Imam and listens

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and keeps quiet. Then for every step he takes, he will have the reward of fasting and praying pm for one year.

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This is are these nurtured by Timothy in class display by Giovanni? Listen to this again. For every step he takes, he will have the reward of fasting and praying pm for one year.

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How much reward is that?

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I want to reward is that fasting and praying pm for an entire year? Do we have the capacity to do that? We fast three days in our region we say we need to break

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And then we started and we needed a break, right? Ramadan, one month of fasting, and even that we find it difficult to do. But imagine fasting and praying tm one whole year. This is reward for what?

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One step, every step that a person takes to the masjid, for what solid to do more how, after taking a bath, and then setting out early, going to the masjid early and coming close to the Imam meaning sitting in the front.

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Obviously, when there is a mixed congregation, meaning there is no separate sections, men in the front and women will be at the back. And the farther they are, the better it is. But when it's completely sectioned off, women's section is different men sections are different men don't see the women, women don't see the men, then what's better for the women to be in front of their section.

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So being in the front, listening and keeping quiet, listening to the moment keeping quiet.

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And really this is difficult, because we are listening, but we don't always keep quiet. And it said it's unfortunate that people who know the importance of remaining quiet in the huddle, still, we ended up talking to each other, you know, even saying to somebody is low?

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Meaning it's it's an unnecessary statement, a person should avoid that.

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What if somebody is trying to talk to you,

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during the hookah?

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Don't answer.

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Don't even look at them. And they will understand themselves. If it's any issue. You know what it can be solved later.

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Alhamdulillah it's not an emergency. When it's children. I mean, they're going to take time to learn. But again, if you are just quiet, you don't even look at them. You just look at the place of center. They will pick up very quickly.

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You know it's similar to how children at the beginning they find it very strange that why isn't my mother talking to me when she's praying, but then what happens? gradually they learn Okay, she's praying she's not going to talk to me so even they become silent.

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So keeping silent also then a person will get the reward for every step. Bab la euphotic Cobain Athena Yama, Giamatti, la you Federico, he must not separate cause separation by enough name between two people Yama jamara, on the day off Friday,

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meaning when a person goes to the masjid, and he sits, then he should not sit between two people. How, what if there's a gap between the two people he should not fill that up? Well, he should fill that out. But if two people are sitting next to each other, he should not go between them and tell the person on the right can you please move here and the person on the left? Can you please move to the other side note?

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He should not cause a separation rather he should go find a spot that's empty and fill that. And if he doesn't find anything like that, then sit at the back. Because this is against the etiquette of a modulus of any gathering. This is something that is not liked. sitting between people causing separation between the head does an arc then call it a Corona Abdullah call it Barona. Ansari, then in makura here and Avi anemone what the other Ansel manual fallacy Caracalla Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, many of us Allah, Yeoman Giamatti, whoever it takes about on the day of Friday. What about hora de Mustapha, I'm in Turin and he also obtains purity meaning he cleans himself be

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must apartamento as much as he is able to meaning how much ever he can clean himself, he cleans himself as much as possible, some of the HANA then he applies done and what is done oil or massaman leaving or he puts a touch of fragrance. So Mara, and then he goes early meaning to the masjid film you folio by net nanny and he does not separate between two people for some lemma quotevalet who and then he prays what is ordained for him, meaning the hiatal Masjid Some may either hora del emammal Ensenada then when the Imam comes out he is silent, who who fear Allah who it will be forgiven for him my baina who what is between it will be no Giamatti

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and the other Juma meaning the previous one, okay. So meaning the Juma that he performed, basically. So there are a couple of things over here first of all two consecutive Dumas's in a row. Secondly, taking a bath. Thirdly, cleaning oneself as much as possible.

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Cleaning oneself more than you do on a regular basis.

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Like for example

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Okay, cutting your nails.

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Okay, removing unwanted hair. What else, something that a person does not do on a regular basis.

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Okay, many women, they don't regularly wash their hair, in the sense that they'll take a body shower, but not a complete head shower. So washing the hair, making a point to open up all those braids and wash them off. Okay, what else?

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Okay, cleaner clothes. But this is about the body without the heart of the mosquito. I'm in Turin.

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Scrubbing yourself.

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Because many times it happens that women that take a bath so quickly, that they don't care to scrub their body properly.

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So the tahara we must start with, because you see, for example, feet, generally we neglect cleaning them properly.

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But then what happens when you go to the masjid and the soles, they're dirty or the toes are dirty, there's dirt stuck inside? Well, you say I took a shower, you need to scrub them a little bit more.

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Okay, so what are the hot tub the master token, and then also applying Xena and in the Xena what comes oil as well as perfume. And then going to the masjid on time early, performing the hands on Masjid, listening to the amount quietly. And this will cause the sense to be to be forgiven.

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That lay up with Roger Lu Aha, who lay up more regularly hahaha. You can

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make to stand cause to stand, meaning a man should not make his brother stand meaning get up Yeoman tomorrow on the day of Friday, while choreography mechanic

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to sit in his place, meaning no person should do this, that he goes to the masjid he makes somebody get up, please get up from here or please move to the right or please move to the left. And then he sits in his place. This is not fair. This is not correct.

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Okay, you never know why that person is sitting in that place. Okay.

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being told to get up in front of everybody and move me That is something that's embarrassing, you know, remember that if it's for the purpose of perfecting the prayer. So for example, there are so many gaps in the front and people are sitting in the back standing at the back, then there is no harm in encouraging people to go to the front move to the front. But making somebody move and then taking their place. This is what it's bad manners. It's not fair. It's very disrespectful. And many times people think that, you know, because of their position or their age, they can do this or younger children move from here, get it from here, you go at the back. It's pride, you know, all the

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servants of Allah,

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in the masjid are equal?

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If somebody has any, you know, honor, it's because of the

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right? Yes, we should have respect for the people of knowledge with the people of position where the people who have been given authority above us, we should definitely have that position. But a person who has been given fatherless should not, you know, force people to respect. If somebody gets up and make space for you. That's their sign on you. But you should not demand that from people.

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Don't let him sit in the front row. Because they say all their friends are going to come they're going to come in that place. He said he must sit in the front. Or he's in his 40s. And they are in the 60s or 70s, which is every day the same problem. So now he stopped going to that must be the goes to another must

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be even in Ramadan. There are some children who pray that I mean regularly and they're young children, but they love to stand in the front and pray. But again, how are they treated? No children, you know, in this room, children have to be in the back.

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And the thing is that if children are not allowed to stand in the front and pray properly, how will they learn? Usually, the attitude against the mothers and mothers with young children is at the back at the back at the back. And what happens all the children they get together and they have a blast. And the mothers are praying. Whereas if if every child is with the mother, then either the child will sit in one place or sleep or stand and pray. Right? But when all the children are, you know, assembled in one place, and obviously they're going to create a huge problem everywhere. I never understood this until I became a mother myself. literally going to the masjid became very difficult

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for me.

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Because no matter where you go, women with children are sent to the back.

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And the same children who at home stay quiet when you're praying what happens in the masjid? They start making noise. Why? Because everybody's talking. Everybody's making noise.

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he said this is this applies to Jamal and also other prayers and other majelis. So whenever there's a congregation is extremely disrespectful to the person who has come early, who made a point who put an effort to come early to get a good place. And as soon as I sit there you come and tell them to move. This is not correct. It's the house of Allah and everybody has an equal right over it.

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