Bukhari 137 The Book of Two Eid Hadith 948 955

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Lesson 137 – Chapter 1-5 Hadith 948-955


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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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we want to slowly or a lot of Sudha he'll get him and let him in the shade line Allah Jean Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, which is solidity where Sidley Md weidler up that Emily, Sania kuqali of Vanessa nirma. So inshallah the test will be of kuttabul jamara as well as keytab. So that will hope, okay, not kita will have that will be book of fear, this book is not a fear it is off the fear prayer. Okay, so that'll hope. Okay. So, with regards to Cabo jhamora, as you can see the above, I have put them into sections for you. Because remember that this book is not just a collection of random of web and random hobbies, it's all been arranged in a particular order. All right. Why? Because

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something is being proven. All right, we're being taught a method. And at the same time, we're being taught certain rulings. So when it comes to anything, any act of worship, the first thing is to figure out is it obligatory? Is it just preferable? What is it? So first of all, the obligatory nature of Joomla? So over here, find out why. First of all, Joomla is called jumong. Can we had a discussion on that? Why is it called Joomla?

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It's the day of gem good, it's the Day of Gathering. Why? Okay, because we gather for the purpose of worship. And what else happened on Joomla? Why is Jamal Khashoggi more

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other innocent I was created, right? And the day of judgment will also be on the day of Friday, right, which is the Day of Gathering, Adam release and him his body was gathered in the sense that he was created, he was put together Exactly. And that is tomorrow, an obligation upon the oma. This is also something that you should know, then of work concerning the importance of Friday prayer and its etiquette, because there are so many etiquette associated to the Friday prayer, what does that show the importance? Right? Because think about it, when you are required to take a bath, before you do something. Right. It is better that you were the best that clean yourself, you perfume yourself,

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you style your hair, so on and so forth. What does that show the importance of Joomla? So what is the etiquette of Joomla? All of these, it's clear from among these etiquette, what is mandatory, what is recommended? Right, what is mandatory for who and what is not mandatory for who by for example, taking a bath mandatory for men, not mandatory for women, taking a bath is mandatory, but perfuming yourself that is not mandatory, it is recommended. Right. So for each one of them, I mentioned to you, what was obligatory and what was not, right.

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A few things more about Listen, what time of day is it recommended to perform also for Joomla. And the last part that is over here, what is to be recited on fudger prayer on the day of Friday, because that is also of the importance that is given to you more, that the day is special from its beginning. So from the time of budget, you know, there are certain etiquette that has to be observed. Then who is excused from jumar wearables, you must be established in Korea and in mood, right meaning in major towns and major populations. And if people are living far away from such areas, then it is not obligatory on the minimum number for a Jew more congregation, women and

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children attending tomorrow. When is a person excused? When a person is traveling? When are they excused the time of tomorrow? What What is the time of tomorrow? In what conditions? Can it be performed early or slightly late? Because as we learned, when it's extremely hot, then it may be delayed. And the Heidi's mentioned when is it delayed and when it is early. Remember I mentioned to you that there's two types of travelers, one is the traveler who was on the road.

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Okay, on the road, meaning is in the journey. He's on the highway, for example, sitting in the train sitting in the plane.

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Such a person jhamora is not obligatory on them. They're exempt. Another is a traveler who goes to a city and he stays there for a week. I mean, technically, he's still a traveler, but he's not traveling. He's not on the road. He's staying at his brother's house. And the masjid is down the road and he hears the event. So what is preferable for him to go to Juma? Yes. It's best that he does, especially when he here's the other any other question with regards to this?

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Yes. Yeah, he goes into this category, meaning he's traveling.

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Yeah, that is also part of being accused. Right? Meaning do more isn't obligation. Correct. Okay. But when in what situation is a person excused? If you look at these above, you'll find out. Look at your notes because I mentioned to explain to you like for example, a person is sick or he lives too far away from the masjid. He doesn't even know

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Hear the other. And so the low on who he used to live in his forte and what happened? He was really far from the masjid from the city. So what would he do? Sometimes he would go and sometimes he would not go. Right. So what does that show that a person who's living far from a Masjid, then it is allowed for him to sometimes remain behind from Joomla? Because it would be too difficult for him to go every time. Right? Likewise, a person who's become old, the person who is sick, they're exempted. Right? Okay, the time of Joomla. The etiquette of gathering of Joomla. Walking to Joomla, not running, right, and then add tomorrow, not separating between people, not making somebody get up and

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sit in their place. What's the reward of walking to Juma? If you look at a Hadith, and if you look at your notes, everything is there. And these questions I've put over here, these notes I've made over here to make you think along these lines, look at the practical aspect of it. Then with regards to the other end, when is it to be made? What's the answer?

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Good when the time comes in? And secondly, when the Imam comes in for two more, all right, and why didn't Why do motomura? The issue of how many events 123? How many? Right? Then the Imam being on the member and responding to the other? Okay, and then the Imam should only sit on the member after the other, at least in the hotbar. Right. And then the hotbar the etiquette of hookah? Where is it supposed to be? How is it supposed to deliver the hotbox? Right? Who is he supposed to be facing? And the people when they're listening to the hotpot? What should they be doing? Who should they be looking at? sitting between the two helpers, listening to the helper attentively? And remember, what

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is it that we're allowed to say during the hotbar? And what is it that we're not allowed to say during the helper? Can you tell somebody to be quiet? If they're talking too much? Can you respond to the greeting? If somebody sneezes can they say Alhamdulillah? Out Loud and somebody else says makalah out loud to all of these matters. Okay, we have discussed them earlier.

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All right. assata Liddy field will do more. What is that special hour of Friday? What is it? That da is accepted during it? When is it I told you about the two opinions and their evidences, so you should know about them also. And then people leave in tomorrow? The prayers before and after tomorrow? How many records before tomorrow? How many records of tomorrow? And after tomorrow? Okay, the sooner before? What is it?

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Only the halal Masjid. How many cards were do more for two? What about after? This is what I want you to know? How many cards are you supposed to perform if you are in the masjid? And if you go home, then how many? What's the answer? If you're in the masjid, for two and two, because that's what the prophets on a lot is in a mortar the companions to do that after Juma they should pray for the gods. So two and two. But if a person is not able to stay after tomorrow, then what he ends up at home. And then how many will he pray to? after tomorrow? What should be done

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fantasy to fill up What the Who will probably laugh.

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And this is also important for us to remember that Africa might do something.

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Don't just hang out and waste your time

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unless you fill up. Because sometimes it happens that when we are socialized when we just stay there go fantasy to disperse, go your own way. What the woman felt the law and seek from the bounty of a law, gain some knowledge, go buy something, go sell something, make some money work. Okay, what the woman called Lila. I remember Recently, there was a discussion about a particular class when it should be and I mentioned that after Joomla

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they said no, but on Joomla you're not supposed to do this kind of stuff after Joomla. Like why not what the woman for the last photo includes in it includes in Alberta, Jamal, Khattab salado health. So with regards to so that'll have

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when would it be performed in congregation?

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And when would it be performed individually? What's the answer? When would it be performed in congregation? When they're not in combat? But the enemy? Is there the threat is there? What's the method of selecting hope in congregation you should be familiar with that you should be able to explain it and when is it that so that will hope will be performed individually?

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When when a person is engaged in combat, right? And how would it be performed individually you should know through gestures and by pronouncing the words the right and in what situations can Salah be delayed in a state of fear because that is also proven from the Sunnah, in what situations.

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Exactly that despite effort a person was not able to perform the solder like for example, or modal dillo or who he came to the Prophet totalizing complaining that I wasn't able to perform

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Also, the Prophet Solomon was not able to perform that either.

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Any question about it, any clarification that you need with respect to these two books? Now's your chance. Because today's Friday and one day is your test and I won't be here in one day. So now is your chance to do more you might not be able to catch me today.

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Make sure you read all of the Hadees don't just skim over them. read the chapter heading and move on. No, read the Hadees Okay, inshallah. And were you informed about knowing the translation also of the Hadees? Yeah.

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With respect to so that will have meaning in a state of fear because we learned that even in the state of fear people perform Salah in congregation if that is not possible then individually

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but sometimes it's not possible to perform the Salah even, you know, being polyp or Mutt lube like we learned, so in that situation, so that is different.

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Okay, let's begin our next chapter, which is kuttabul reading or the below him in Shetland. rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. Kita What are eating? Ellery Dane is destinia

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have read meaning reading two reads. What does that show? How many reads do we celebrate?

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Two meaning as Muslims, we are to celebrate two reads where Allah subhanaw taala has obligated many things upon us He has also obligated us to celebrate at these two occasions Ellery they read is from the letters I in well, then are they and what does that mean to return?

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So eat it returns every year? It repeats itself the to eat every Ramadan after the month of Ramadan. What do we do? We celebrate it's not like one year we celebrate or eat and for five years, we don't know every year brings the month of Ramadan and every month of Ramadan brings when eat to us. Okay. When is the next

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little hedger right. So that also happens every year. So keep tabs on either the two the two reads. And over here what is the relevance there either prayer because all of these books are related to Sunnah. We learned about Salah first of all in general, that salado October How is that to be performed the five daily prayers then we learned about Salatu. Juma How is the Friday prayer supposed to be performed? Because that is also an obligation. Now, after tomorrow, what is being mentioned? eat salad or eat that is also an obligation upon who the Muslim community. So how is that to be performed?

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Now remember that there are only two eats there is no third or fourth. In a way there are three eats in the sense that jamara is also an eighth that is like a weekly eat Okay, the day of Friday. But besides these three are either of her either Philip and the Friday prayer, there is no other or either nor even more alum and nor, in review, away.

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When the Prophet sallallahu Sallam arrived in Medina

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and the people of Medina used to have two days when they would play and have fun, meaning they would celebrate. They would have you know their festivities. The problem is that a lot of time asked to people that what are these two days they said we used to play and have fun on these days during the Jamelia. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Allah has given you something better than them, the day of apart and the day of fit, meaning celebrate on these days these days are for what celebration. But unfortunately, these days, we don't celebrate we sleep. And when we want to celebrate and we look for other occasions, it's within, you know, fitrah that you want to have those

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moments when you can celebrate when you can have fun when you can enjoy, when you can eat when you can get together. This is something natural, a natural human desire. All right. And as a community as a group of people, this is something that we like to do, get together, dress up, eat and drink. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us that these are our celebrations. And what is the celebration, something to be celebrated? We need to celebrate that day.

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So the first thing that we learned about eighth is Bab fillory daini what the Jamali Fie Bab the two eights concerning the two reads and the jumbo fee what is the jumbo beautifying yourself adorning yourself

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Allah is

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Jamil meaning beautiful. What is Jamal beauty? So the jungle is to adopt Jamal meaning to beautify yourself

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go that extra mile in order to adorn yourself. Now, Jumeirah, what did we learn about it? That even jamara is a special day? Is there the gemel required on jumbo? Yes, in a way that take your goosal were the best that you have put perfume on yourself, all your hair, so on and so forth. Right? So likewise, he also demands what at the jumbo? Because it doesn't make sense that it's a it's a happy occasion. And a person is not showing that by beautifying themselves have doesn't know about him any color burnisher or even an Israeli color Bharani Sally Wagner, Abdullah and Abdullah have Nirmala parla he said, Oh, that Romano do button. I'm one of the lower and who he took a job but what is the

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Duba era job.

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And this job was minister Brock of silk. And this Duba the Silk Road was too bad. It was being sold for Suki in the marketplace. So basically remarkably low on who saw a silk road being sold in the marketplace. So he took it for aha he took it for utter Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for color so he said you have a pseudo Allah or messenger of Allah EBITDA please buy heavy this please buy this purchase this the gentleman and beautify with it when littler Ed for eat. Well, boo foodie, and the delegations, meaning Why don't you buy this, and on the day, you can wear this and also at the time when delegations come from various places to meet

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you, then you can wear this meaning this can be your special robe for special occasions for all Allahu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam responded that in the Mojave indeed this Liebe So, these clothes mean this cloth this garment is for who man the one who left Holla Holla who who will have no share when India Hello,

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fellow bheatha amaru Masha Allah who al birth ceremony lower it will remain as long as it lasts a pilot I wanted him to meaning

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and he went back and he was quiet about this matter. He didn't talk about it. He didn't say anything. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, this is for the one who will have no share in the accurate model and who accepted and that was it. Someone orosa la rasulillah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam than the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam sent to him to or Manila Neverland meaning after some time, what did he send to remove Bijou Betty with a Juba

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meaning a robe of the badge

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of the badge, what is the badge? silk? So the prophets are a lot of them after some time, sent a silk robe to or molded over and

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over and who brought that silk robe to the profits of a lot is that in fact, I thought we had a suit of lights on the love radios. I know he came with it. For Karla Yasuda law he said O Messenger of Allah in nakota you said that inner head Healy Bassam, Allah Allah, Allah who this is the clothing of the one who will have no share in the Akira. What are the CELTA Elijah we have in Juba, and you sent this robe to me. For Carla who Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said to him, the biru her cell it oh to save will be hydratech or fulfill a need of yours with it. Meaning I sent it to you not so that you wear it, but do something else with it.

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So what do we learn in this hadith that are one of the lower I knew he saw a silk robe being sold in the marketplace? He picked it up, brought it to the prophets a lot of them and suggested him to purchase it. Why do you wear it on special occasions, which to special occasions read and when delegations come to meet him, which shows that the prophets Allah said and did generally, you know wear something nice, especially nice when on these two occasions. It was his habit, which is the reason why are molded or who suggested him to add to his collection, this silk robe also we cannot expect the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a huge collection. What was his way? He would wear nice

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things, but he would also give them away.

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Right? He wouldn't keep unnecessary things with him. So what do we learn from this first of all that the prophets on a lot of it was sooner to beautify himself on the eighth. And when delegations came to meet him,

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which means that we should also

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Aren't ourselves on these two occasions? If a person wears nice clothes under eight, then this is from the Sunnah. If you dress up extra nice because you are going to meet someone important, then that is also from the sooner.

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You see, sometimes it happens that we meet certain important people.

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Okay? Like, for example, there is a big scholar, okay? Or, for example, someone who is very important in the community, someone who's of high status,

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you dress up according to the occasion.

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All right, over there, don't go to the extreme of saying that no, no, there is no need. I don't need to, you know, dress up over here. Because if I do that, I will be giving a lot of importance to the people of the world. No, no need to be extreme over here, follow the sun. An important occasion requires necessitates from you that you also give importance to it. And how do you give importance to it? by dressing up accordingly.

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Alright, by dressing up accordingly. Generally, when we do dress up at these occasions, what is our need?

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Either to compete with people or to leave a good impression on them. Do it not for that reason, but to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet. So that should be our primary intention. And then we've seen this Hadees that it was a silk road when it was brought to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam even though it may have been very nice, but the prophets of Allah Islam didn't accept it.

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He didn't buy it, and what did he say? This is for the one who will have no share in the author. So, this teaches us an important principle that while adornment beautification is recommended, at certain occasions, we must stay within the limits,

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observed the limits of halal and haram just because we are allowed to or we are told to or we are encouraged to adorn ourselves on a special occasion, it doesn't mean that we forget about what is halal and what is held on.

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You understand? So for example, underneath Do you wear jewelry, you wear nice clothes, you wear makeup, everything? That's fine. Go ahead and do it. But also remember the limits? What are the limits? Don't go like that in front of non Rahaman. Right? This is a limit that we have to observe. Likewise, men, they are adorning themselves up, they should not become like women. Right? That they're wearing silk.

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You understand? So

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observe the limits. Don't forget the limits.

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Okay, anything that you would like to mention, we discussed this subject earlier that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he sent the silk robe to him, or metal, the lower and who and or one of the lower and he was surprised that why did you send this to me? I'm not supposed to wear it. But we learned earlier that there are two kinds of heroin things. One is that which is how long in and of itself fear any, like for example, alcohol. Right? Or for example, pork, you don't buy it, you don't gift it. Right? You don't use it. You don't sell it. You don't do business with it. But other things are held on for you, but not for others. So for example, silk is held on for men. How long in the sense

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that they cannot wear it, but can they buy and sell it? Yes they can. Can they gift it? Yes they can. Can they buy it for their wives? Yes they can. So this is a reason why the prophets on the lawn is Allah sent the Silk Road are a little bit lower here. Okay, anything you'd like to add here?

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I'm not aware of the evidences that are used. But people have mentioned that if something is not purely silk 100% silk, then it doesn't carry the ruling of silk. So for example, if a man is wearing a silk tie,

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okay, they say it's okay. Why? Because his entire garment is not of silk. Only a part of it is silk. But others have said that no men have been told not to wear silk. Okay, and that means neither 10% of it nor 100% of it. Whether it's in fabric or a piece on your clothing. So you understand what I understand if it's gray area just keep away from it. And also, please check when you buy your husband's clothes, or your son's clothes. What is the material made off? Because sometimes you will find sweaters even.

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Okay, that will be 70% silk.

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You will find pants which are

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70% silkworth 50% or 40%? So, so make sure you you look at these things. It's like food. You look at the ingredients, right? So even clothing, check the ingredients. What is it made of? Some have silk in them Alhamdulillah that everything has to be written. So you check on him.

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Bob and he Robbie, what the rocky yo married. And hey, Rob, what are his

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poor love?

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How about and it's basically spirits like a small sword. A small one. What that what is that for Rocco, and that is a leather shield.

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So leather shields and small swords Spears on the day of the omen. Why?

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For the purpose of entertainment.

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All right. So this lab is about entertainment on each day. First we learned about the jumbo beautification. And now we learn about entertainment. Because for celebration, these are two things we do generally. Right. Three things we do. We dress up, we have fun, and we eat. So all three things are going to be discussed over here. I'll harrowby whether Akiyama had doesn't matter. Carla had the Santa Ana. Ana Muhammad Abdul Rahman said he had the Who on earth water on our eyeshadow Carla. She said the hola la Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam came to me. Were in the wild with me were jetty Adani, two young girls, two little

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girls. And these two girls, what were they doing to honey and they were singing? What were the singing billionaire with songs of birth, the Battle of birth? For pajara are they feel harsh? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam lay down on the bed? Well, how well would you and he turned his face, meaning he was not looking at the girls. He was looking the other way. Well, the hotter Abu Bakr in Abu Bakar although on who entered he came in Fanta Ronnie. So he scolded me what color and he said Ms. Maota to shape on musical instruments of shape on in the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam near the prophets of Allah and sadhana. What does he call him his model where their musical instruments?

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No, he's referring to the singing, because he said that even singing is a tool of shape on a musical instrument of shape on for acapella and he Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam turned towards aboubaker. Remember that he was facing the other way. Now he turned towards Abubakar for color. So he said that Roman leave them phenomena. Then when he was offered a meeting, he wasn't really paying attention anymore due to the two girls, almost to whom I booked both of them meaning the two girls in order to indicate to them that go for horadada so they both left. Wakayama Eden and on the day of read Yella are both Sudan the Sudan they used to play. So then people off

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meaning the hava sheets they used to play with what with the rocky with their shields. Well, hey Rob and their spears, meaning they would do like a like a show. Okay, for immersa ultramobile sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So either I asked the prophets of Allah who's narrating this, or I shall deliver on her, either I asked him what in makalah? Or he said to me, the shahina tambourine, would you like to watch? Would you like to look at this show? For Alterna? So I said yes, please, for our money. So he made me stand. What are who behind him? Had the my cheek and I heard he was against his cheek workawayer colo. And he was saying, meaning he said to those men, do not come here when you are

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further and further. Go on. Do not come in and go on in continue. Show us some more. had that until either I'm a little too. I got bored. Carla, he said his book enough. called too narrow. I said yes. Carla, he said further. We said okay, you can go now, this was the good treatment of the Prophet salallahu Sena with his family, towards his young wife, because people on the day have read, they like to have fun, especially young people. And I shall do though I know as a young girl, and she wanted to know what they were doing. And she wanted to watch this particular show and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam offered her or he allowed her to watch it. Now, what do we learn over here in this

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hadith about? First of all, we learned that the two girls were singing, and what were they singing their traditional songs about? What about their history, about the Battle of brass? And this happened years and years before the prophet SAW a lot. This wasn't the time of Jerry Lee was basically two brothers who

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had a fight and it turned into literally battles. And it went on for two two groups of people battling with each other and this battle. It wasn't just like one occasion, but it went on for many, many years. And this animosity, it just intensified over time. And remember the Olson has Raj, right, those in hospitals basically were two brothers. Okay. They had this dispute and that dispute turned into tribal animosity, which continued for many, many years. So much so that in Medina, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came once, remember what happened to a Jewish man came and he reminded them of their previous animosity by by saying some words of poetry. And what happened, both those

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are considered raised weapons against each other. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came in, he stopped them in the eye art were revealed. Right? So what do we learn over here that these girls what they were singing about their history? It wasn't problematic, okay? And the prophets, Allah, listen, let them sing. So this shows to us that at certain occasions, it is permissible to sing songs that reflect history, that reflects culture, that are traditional, to celebrate elements of the culture, which do not contradict the Sharia.

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Because sometimes it happens that we begin to think that because we are Muslim, we are only going to celebrate Makkah and Medina and, you know, Ramadan, and the ledger and that's it.

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That's it. We don't talk about the day that our country gained independence. We don't talk about being Canadian, or Pakistani or American or anything like that. Culture, country, everything, you know, leave it.

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But what do we learn over here? And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to Medina? Did he tell the people to forget about everything and leave everything? No,

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we identify ourselves with what our culture and culture is, what the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the work that we do, the values that we have our history, that is our culture, and we are human beings and we cannot be separated from it. You understand? So this balance is very, very important. Remember, we have been given the limits, the bounds that we must observe, and what are they, as long as it does not contradict the religion? As long as it is not problematic? It's perfectly fine. So these two girls are singing and singing to, I shall deliver on her. Isn't that so cute? They're in her room and singing to her. As if entertaining her and she you know, she's

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enjoying it. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam comes in, he doesn't say anything. He lets them sing. I will walk over and over and who comes in he gets upset. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he tells him, leave them, it's okay. Let them have fun, let them celebrate. Why? Because the words are not problematic. But we learned another occasion, some girls were singing, and they said words which were problematic. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told them to change those words, say something else instead?

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You understand? Okay. Then we also see over here, the permissibility of singing, that people can think that people can sing, when, when there is a need?

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What is there a need to sing?

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On a happy occasion. So for example, or, for example, somebody getting married. All right, there is an important occasion in a person's life. There's no harm in singing.

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On I think we have forgotten this practice. We don't think we don't make our children sing.

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Whereas we see that little girls were singing at this occasion.

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And this permissibility is for women as well as for men because they're Illa The reason is what the reason is happy occasion. So men can sing women can sing a time of celebration, there is no problem. Again, remember, there are some limits that we have been given. And those limits we have to respect and we also see that andriod shows can be arranged, okay? You know, for example, circus acts, they can be displayed, because these men, what were they doing, basically playing with their spears, and their shields, and circus acts. This is what they're about. Right? acrobats, right. And we see that there's an IED festival going on, on a day we're in the masjid, for the purpose of entertainment.

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Again, if they're permissible, there's absolutely no harm.

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And is it beneficial?

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Is it beneficial? Yes. Because then what happens children, people they feel like it is a day. Otherwise either day for us is associated with what? eating foods that we don't like

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waking up when we don't want to

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They're just sleeping all day long.

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Whereas he does a day of celebration. And we said the profit or loss and let the people celebrate in the mustard. How, by watching a show. Entertainment has a legitimate place in our religion, but entertainment within limits. And there's no harm in that. Recently, I went to the states for the the convocation, or the online courses. And over there, they had a children's program as well.

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And what they had done was for the children's program they had called this clown.

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Okay, and a balloon lady. So basically, the children they were having their, you know, faces painted, and they had pizza, and this balloon lady came and she was making different things with balloons for them. And believe me that entire program,

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not a single child was heard crying or complaining. In fact, children did not want to leave. They were so happy. They were so happy. They actually had fun, every child, big or small. Why? Because they had somebody come and do some tricks and shows and children were happy, entertained.

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On either day, typically what happens children are crying, they're fussing, they're hungry, right? You can't do anything, you can go anywhere because children are upset. They need to celebrate as well. So Alhamdulillah eat over here, we have this practice of you know, having popcorn and balloons for the children. And they love it.

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Right? So much so that children don't want to leave. And the parents have to drag them out of the masjid. Right. So this should be done. Because it is a day of celebration, so celebrate the Halloween but do celebrate.

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You know, when children go out in the sea balloons, they associated balloons with birthday parties. Then when their birthday comes in, they're told no, no, no, we're Muslims. And we don't celebrate birthday parties. So then what happens? If you feel left out?

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Bring balloons and eat, put lights on, on eat, tell them that we will celebrate and do celebrate that day. Exactly. I mean, make them feel excited about something they want tell them and you can wear this underneath We will do this. Because otherwise Muslims Islam is associated with what? Boring, plain, strange, very old and ancient. Right? So this is not how our religion is. And the thing is that when we are living at a time where harm is so attractive, it's so attractive.

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What is our responsibility that we make our law equally satisfying?

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families children, people are satisfied with the Hillel that there is no need to turn towards Hello. And in everything that should be remembered that what is halal? Enjoy it. What is permissible? Use it, satisfy yourself with it. Why? Because it's a human need to do that. And if you don't do it, and the knifes is thirsty, it's hungry, then it will turn towards what is unlawful. Exactly. make it memorable in your own way. And every family. They have their own ways, but make a point to make it memorable.

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options. So sadly, there is an increase of a lot of harm happening during eat. Yes. I mean, there should be entertainment for people of all ages. Right? I mean, I should have pulled over on what was their age right now, perhaps a teenager in her early teens at this point, right. But we see that she's watching the show. So little children will be entertained by balloons and popcorn. But older kids, what are they going to do? They should also be entertained on earth in a Halloween way. So that they're not just waiting to leave the masjid so that they can go and you know, party somewhere in a wrong place with their friends.

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Just wanted to share an option, something that we did this year is we had a separate party for for the young girls and they felt comfortable and they could dress up when they can eat and be in each other's company. So if you can make this kind of an arrangement, you're going to be helping a lot of people. And also we see over here that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam let his wife watch the show. Right? So the couple together, husband and wife, what are they doing? watching this show? As a family? Right? So it's important to enjoy Hello things as a family also, it's important to do that, because many children why is it that their relationship with their parents is not good or parents

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their relationship with the children is not good? Or, you know, between husband and wife. It's not good. Why? Because we're not spending quality time with each other.

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And sometimes we we think that, you know, children, they should not be doing this. They're wasting their time in the profits and loss and also had better things to do.

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Didn't he, but he stood there so that I should have learned how could watch. He let her because that is what she was interested in. So sometimes, you also have to go somewhere with your family, so that they can have fun. And yes, you will be a little bored, and you will feel like you're wasting your time. But you can, you know, think positively at that time. Also, this is you're investing your time with your family.

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you're investing your time with your family. And this is something that we we really need to understand. I remember growing up,

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I'm just sharing this with you so that, you know, inshallah, when you come across this, you also know how to deal with these situations.

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My older sister when she became a teenager, obviously at school, what happens everybody's watching movies, pop culture, everything, right. And there was this phase that we wanted to watch movies, and at that time, there was no iTunes, there was no you know, you can't rent movies online, you have to actually go to a video store, and rent it and bring the video home. Everybody's talking about it in school. And obviously, if we don't know about anything, we look so dumb. So

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I remember, once a week, this was the permission that we were given one movie a week, only on the weekend, you can go with your dad, go rent a movie, and watch it in the living room.

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I remember, my father taking us, I cannot imagine how difficult that must have been for him.

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Because I cannot walk into a video store today to rent a movie for my kids, even if it's a cartoon movie.

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It's gonna be very hard on me. But my father did that. And I think we watched movies on a weekly basis for like maybe two, three months, like, Yeah, whatever. We weren't interested anymore. You know, we had our share. And I remember one day when he took us, he walked in and he walked out and he said, I don't like to go to these places. Just look at the posters here. And really, I remember feeling bad.

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I remember that we are coming to a wrong place.

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But generally what happens? we yell at children. And we say how long? How long? How long? How long?

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You know, take them let them see. Let them decide. The make them realize themselves.

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When we came to Canada initially, everybody spoke what Wonderland Wonderland Wonderland. I remember my brother begging my parents, please, please, can we go? Can you imagine my mother and my father.

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They took us to Wonderland so that my brother could go on those rights.

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We spent almost an entire day.

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Because obviously if you go to a place like this, it's bound to happen. But the thing is that we cannot close all the doors and make our children live in a bubble. But obviously within limits and show them when you go to these spaces, show them what is okay what is not okay, because how long are you going to shelter them? How long are you going to keep them in closed doors, you can't do that. They have to develop that sense of right and wrong. And they can only do that if you are with them.

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If you close the doors on them what's going to happen, they will do these things, but held behind your back secretly.

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So this is a very, very important thing. Entertainment is permissible within limits.

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Enjoy the holiday within limits.

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There is a place for entertainment and guide your family, your inner children through it.

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Because it's these small things that lead to such big divisions in the family. Not

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so a good connection is important and this connection cannot happen except with it, you know, spending time with one another.

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I'm not saying that we got a summer pass and we went every weekend and no, this is not what happened. It was just one once that we went and I think that was sufficient and hamdulillah

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Bab semana tillery Dany, the Sunnah of the Al Islam for the people of Islam, meaning

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read the two eights are for who for the people of Islam. Muslims must observe these do reads it is part of being a Muslim. Just imagine it's a part of being a Muslim to celebrate on these two days. It's a part of being a Muslim to celebrate these two days of read. You cannot fast on these days, can you?

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You cannot just stay at your home. No, you have to go and perform salata read, celebrate with the community. It's part of being a Muslim. have done a hijab and Paula had done

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Sure, but to call it Barney's vaden Carlos America share via an Ebola in color Samaritan Libya sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Yakubu. He said I heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam giving hotbed for color he said in a while a man of The Omen Yamuna, Heather, and Noosa Lee, indeed the first thing that we will do on this day the way that we will initiate this day is how a no sadly, that we will first pray someone or JIRA fun and how then we will go and slaughter the animals from an farla whoever does this for asaba so nutana then he has followed our so now.

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So what is this under

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underneath? First of all, so not to read? Secondly, now, right. And this shows to us that this is how either a PA has to be celebrated. first read prayer and then now

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he doesn't obey them Louis Marion, Allah had definite Abou samata and he Sherman are gonna be here on our a Chateau de la Marina. Khalid she said the Hala Abu Bakr and we're in Nigeria and he she said Abu Bakar came to me and with me were two young girls Mindo added on saw from the two young girls up on site meaning they were unsightly Dolan nanny,

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they were singing Bhima with what the cow wallet is on sorrow, Yama birth, of what the onsolve said to each other on the day of birth. Meaning the song was about what what the people said to each other. On the day off the Battle of broth. Khalid she said, Well, eSATA be Mohan, Nia tiny. They were not professional singers.

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They were just two girls, little girls singing. They weren't professional singers. So because they were not professional singers. I mean, there wasn't anything bad about them. Because a professional singer at that time was not just a woman who would sink. But entertainment meant many different forms of entertainment. Right? Such women were also prostitutes. There was a lot of evil associated with such women. Remember a Buddha when he came to bother? What did he bring?

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Singing girls with him? Why to entertain the fighters? In many ways, right? So they were not such women. There were just two girls singing the songs for Korra Abu Bakr in Baku said Mr. Samuel shaytani Beatty, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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the instruments of the devil in the house of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam with Anika for Yomiuri, she said this was on the day of Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he Abubakar in an equally common reason said oh Abubakar, for every nation is in need. Why there are you tonight and this is our eat. For every nation is is a day of celebration. This is our celebration. So let them celebrate. Let them have fun.

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So again, what does this have these show to us? We have a Luna, Luna our IID meaning this is a sauna on your EAD, we must celebrate we should celebrate. We are allowed to do that it is recommended to do that. For who? For the people of Islam, but within limits. Bab cleome alphatauri covenant rouge now after entertainment, II think when do you eat on eat? Well, it depends on their eat. If it's your molfetta, meaning the day off. And what is the day off? it'll

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read after Ramadan. When do you eat on this day carbonyl Horridge before going out going out for what? For the eight prayer had the center Mohammed Abdullah Haim had the necessary did Mr. Damon cola had shame on Barona obey the law, if need be back ns and ns in katakana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam his habit was that la el do he would not go out. Yeoman for three on the day of fifth had the Yeti cooler tomorrow, until unless he ate dates, meaning he would eat first. And then he would go for their eighth prayer. We'll call him Roger. Even Roger had destiny obey the law. God does any NSL interviews on a law where do you send

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them? Where coluna withdrawn and he would eat an odd number of them.

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So what is the etiquette off? Either fifth? When do you eat

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before going for the Sunnah.

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So make sure you eat something before going for Salah. And what do you eat? The prophets that a lot of them used to eat dates. So the dates that you've been enjoying the month of Ramadan? don't finish them on the last night. Okay, keep some for eat also for the morning of each day. And what was the sum? How many would we eat an odd number 1357 as much as you want to eat depending on the size of the dates. All right.

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What's the hikma of this?

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exactly fit that is what to break your fast so it's there eat off

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Meaning it's the day of breaking your fast. So you've been fasting all month. But this day, what do you do? You break that fast How? By eating. So eat before going for Salah also, and remember that it is a day of eating and celebrating. So begin with eating.

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Ugly Omen, but the same rule doesn't apply on the other ATHLEAN natural eating on the day of sacrifice meaning when you eat on this day before eat prayer after each prayer, what's the answer? After each prayer had said that in Colorado Santa is married on a tube and Mohammedan and NSM are calling abuse en Allahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam settlements ever have been a celebrity for lurid? Whoever slaughtered meaning their animal before the prayer which prayer? Read prayer, then what should he do? failure it then he should repeat, repeat what the slaughtering How?

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After slaughter slaughter another animal?

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Why? Because before each prayer, if a person slaughtered their animal, it's not counted for calmodulin.

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So a man got up for color. And he said Heather, Yeoman, this is a day use the happy lamb.

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Meat is desired on this day, meaning we're looking forward to to eat meat on this day.

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You understand his point, that this is the day of eating, it's eat. And this is about slaughtering animals and eating meat. So I mean, we're looking forward to eating meat from the beginning of this day with a camera and he mentioned menjalani from his neighbor an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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he agreed with what he said although we're in the agenda item, this her this will be clarified from the next Hardee's also, he said that I have a Jetta what is agenda? A young goat. Okay, she got a humble in a year, which is more beloved to me, than what mindshare Taylor Herman from the meat of two shots. What is the shot?

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Do she so he said that I have a young she goat which is dear to me then the meat of two sheep, meaning even if you gave me the meat of two sheep combined, I would prefer the meat of this little goat, meaning I've been looking forward to eat this. In other words, for a house Allahu Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam allowed him for that ad I do not know about it looks at Monza Who am that whether this looks I was just for him or others also, the narrator wasn't read the prophets have a lot of time allowed for this man or he allowed others also. Now what does this mean? Let's look at the next Hadees to further understand, had this in

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arithmetic, Allah Hadith, Nigeria, and Massoud Anisha V, and in blah, blah blah horn Houma got a lot of interviews and a lot more to sell me on we'll have her by the sadati he said the problem is that a lot of them gave a whole bunch of us when

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on the day off of harming their eat, when after the prayer, because when is

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supposed to be after the sweater. So after the sweater, he gave a hookah for color and he said masala salata, whoever performs our prayer, when a second new suka and he's sacrifices the way we sacrifice for the asaba nusach. Then he has fulfilled the sacrifice woman, NASA and whoever sacrificed public for it before the prayer meeting read prayer, for in the whole couple of Salah. Then it was before the prayer well I know sakala who and he has not fulfilled the sacrifice for color of Buddha IGNOU near a Buddha he said and who was he called Bharat. He was the uncle of Barack. He said he also the law or messenger of Allah for Indian a sack to schaghticoke la sala I

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slaughtered my shots before the prayer. We're off to Anna leiomyoma clean we should have been and I know that this is a day of eating and drinking well above to an akuna shotty a well Am I my youthful houfy Beatty and I want to that on this day I have read the first thing to be done is that my animal is slaughtered so that I can eat it is today over eat. So basically for the battle. I have already slaughtered Shetty my shot. What did I get to when I also ate Allah and Allah. I had my breakfast before coming to the prayer.

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So he slaughtered his animal one time and he cooked it and ate it even.

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And then he came for eat prayer. He said because it's the day of read that I have eaten meat so I'm already done. Caller he said Chateau kashia Tula.

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Your sheep was just the sheep of meat, meaning you only got meat from it. You didn't fulfill your obligation.

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Correa rasulillah. He said O Messenger of Allah in your internet oh now,

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Alana, he said that we have a she camel that has a Jetta that has a baby. She camel here I have bhulaiyaa minchah thing it is more beloved to me, then she

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Ephrata Gianni, will it suffice for me? Call and he said yes well into Dr. hadden burdock and it will not suffice for anyone after you mean this exception is only for you and not for anyone else. But you. Now what do we learn in this hadith? These two are Hadees. What do they tell us? That basically, it seems like this was very early on in Medina, which is why the rulings weren't clear to people. Right?

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And the people remember that read is a day of eating, and on this earth we slaughter our animals and we eat it. So this man will Buddha, what did he think that I can do this at budget time also. So he slaughtered his animal and that he had cut for a sacrifice. He ate it and then he came to the Salah. And after hookah, he found out that no, if it's done before Eat, Pray, it's not counted as sacrifice. It has to be done after the after Eat Pray. So he mentioned that to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And what did the Prophet sallallaahu Selim tell him that his sacrifice basically was not done?

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So he said that now I don't have anything else that would meet the, you know, criteria. But I do have an own up. Now what is it or not? Some say it's a young she goat. Okay. And Jada. It's described as a young chick camel. So in either case, a small animal.

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Okay, a small animal, a baby. And he said that it's a baby, but still a Boolean shattering manslaughter that the prophet SAW A lot has been said, okay, you may do so. However, others cannot do this. It's only for you. Why?

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Because there are certain conditions of order here.

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Okay, there are certain conditions of

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the animal that is being slaughtered, there are certain conditions. The first is that the animal must be of a certain type. Meaning a person can say that, oh, I have this chicken. So I'm just going to slaughter this. I have a rooster, I'm going to slaughter this I have a rabbit, I'm going to slaughter that. No, it has to be what? Either a camel or a cow meaning from the cow family or a goat or a sheep. Okay. So this is one condition. Another condition is that the animal should have reached the required age, it should be of a certain age.

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So for example, a baby goat.

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It should not be slaughtered. A lamb, it must be six months old.

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A person chooses to slaughter in them, it must be six months old. If it's a goat, it has to be one year old minimum. If it's a cow, it should be two years old. Minimum. And if it's a camel, then it should be five years old minimum.

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You understand?

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So this man, he said, but I don't have any of these animals, but I do have a baby goat. What's the condition for God? How old should it be? One year, but this was younger than that. So he said, but this is all I have. I had made the intention to sacrifice I made a mistake my sacrifice is not valid. Now I have to do something this is all I have Can I do this prophet sallallahu Sallam said yes, but this was only for him. Another condition of Altair is that it should be free of any faults.

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Okay free of any faults.

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam said there are four that will not do for the sacrifice. A one eyed animal whose defect is obvious, a sick animal whose sickness is obvious, a lame animal whose limb is obvious?

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You understand? So, such an animal should not be slaughtered? Meaning it should be free off any false All right. Another condition is that the oath here must be slaughtered at the specified time. Which is when?

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before this one I know after the Salah

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after solid after the hookah, all right.

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Before the sunsets on the last day of read, and what is the last day of read? I am with the Chico three right. So the third day before the sunsets anytime after that. You understand that there's a whole window from when to when, after eat prayer until the sunset on the last day of read,

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which is the 13th of the ledger.

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And if a person performs the ultra before that, then what?

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It's not counted as sacrifice. What does that

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Teach us that for ibadah for any bother to be counted to be fulfilled, there are certain conditions,

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there is a method, there is a time.

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And for some There is even a place.

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And if any of these metrics are neglected, then their data is not valid. So, for example, the person says I want to go for Hajj, but I can't go all the way to Makkah.

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I'll just pretend that I'm going to move over here to you know, this entity, this mountain here, I'll pretend that it's all of that.

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You can't do that. If you want to do HUD, you have to be in Makkah, there is a place, there is a time.

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So a person cannot do Hajj in the month of April. He cannot do Hajj in the month of Ramadan, when can you do Hajj? Only on those days? He cannot say well, there's so many people over here. I'll come a week later. No, you can't do that there is a time that you cannot perform that act of worship neither before that time, nor after that time. So for example, Salah, is there a specific time window time period? Yes. Budget, if you perform it in the last third of the night, will that be counted as budget? No, if you perform look when the sun rises is that know if you perform motive before the sunset is that no, it will not be counted, it will be counted as enough a lack of

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worship, but the obligation will not be fulfilled.

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You understand. So likewise, oprea is an act of worship. And for it to be valid, it has to be done within the specific time period.

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All right, and these shuru these conditions must be observed. We are not allowed to violate them.

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And if a person ends up for example, performing an act of worship before it's due time, then what

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he has to do it he has to repeat it. So if for example you have your butcher, do the old hair for you, because you can't go do it yourself. Then make sure that they actually slaughter the animals after eat prayer.

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You understand?

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Don't arrange for pick up meat pick up after eat prayer.

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If you're going to pick up your meat straight from or eat salad, that means that your animal was slaughtered the day before. And that means your hair is not valid.

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You understand? So find out make sure ask them. The thing is that there is a time period for solid to read. Right. So as long as the Altair is done after solid read, it's fine.

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Any in your city where you are, okay? Now, for example, if you've sent it overseas, that obviously they will do the

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build here, according to their solidarity,

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you understand? So that's also valid. Of course, it's valid. Okay?

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Also remember that,

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you know, for example,

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okay, that also the animal has to be slaughtered. Right. So for example, if you're doing it on the seventh day, okay, you can't have their meat done before even the child is born. If it's done even before the child is born, it's not valid.

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You understand. Seventh Day, if you want to do it in the seventh day, then make sure the animal is slaughtered on the seventh day not that the meat is cooked on the seventh day, because if it's been cooked on the seventh day, that means it was done before, then that will not be valid. You'll have to repeat it.

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You understand? So any act of worship that was done before it's due time is not valid.

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Meaning its obligation is not fulfilled, it's not wasted, you still get rewarded on a voluntary act of worship. However, the obligation does not fulfill that has to be redone. there any other question with regards to What's here? Because the next Bible is slightly different. Yes. And it should be done because we're just used to eating meat and for us then it is no different than any other day because at humble low eat so much meat on eat, it's no different. Right? But going out to slaughter the animal yourself is also necessary. At least once or twice, do this let the children see the animal

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so that they feel eat. Otherwise what is eat without Altria and what you mentioned taking the children so that they can also see that this is also entertainment, go to the farm and watch the animals and of course it will be long and tiring. But older kids this is something that they can do. Anyway, inshallah we'll conclude over here. to panic a lot more we have the ignition to La ilaha illa Anta Mr. hirokawa to Hoylake salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.