Bukhari 138 The Book of Two Eid Hadith 956 969

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Lesson 138 – Chapter 6-11 Hadith 956-969

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are y'all doing?

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Earlier a lot of swelling and khadim of art fair was a bit lame in a shape Pinilla Jean Bismillah R Rahman Al Rahim. Rubbish really sorry were silly emri wialon melissani okoli probenecid nerima

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kita will reading the book on the to read prayers. Today inshallah we'll begin from Bab number six which is a hora de Ll masala belay, remember?

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Alhaji going out Illa to Al masala, the place of Salah belaid, a member without any member. What does it mean? the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was what? Where would he perform the prayer in the master? Know, he will perform the prayer out in the open. And what was the reason behind that? Why should it be performed out in the open?

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Yes, there is multiple benefits in this. First of all, there are more people.

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Generally for the five daily prayers, there are many people but everyone is not required to come in the sense that if somebody if somebody is not able to come, they're excused, right? If someone lives too far away, they are excused. We also learned about salata Juma, right, that if someone lives too far away, then they are excused.

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However, when it comes to Salah to read, then it's a big gathering, everyone should come is required to come. And this is something that is natural. It doesn't necessarily show that the people that the community has very weak faith that only on the day they show up and the rest of the year. They don't come.

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This also happened during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam because where would people pray their Salah, where they were, in the sense that the closest mustard that was to them, or the closest masala All right, everyone was not required to come five miles 10 miles, even three miles all the way to the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So how can we expect that from people today? Right? However on the day, everybody was expected to come and this is exactly what we see that on a day massages are full overflowing, right? So a hora de la masala This is the reason why one of the reasons why the Salah was performed out in the open. Another benefit of this was that

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when you go out in the open, alright and you do something, there's a huge gathering, then it comes with this feeling that yes, this is an important day something is being celebrated. Otherwise if you go to the same old place and as you go every other day or every day, then it doesn't bring about the same feeling of festivity and enjoyment right. So going out in the open, it will help in declaring the day of read also right now on hora de la masala going out to the masala belay, remember without any member, what does it show that it is not necessary to bring the member from the masjid to the place of read so that the Imam can stand on the member and give the hook? In other words, the Imam

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can give the hotpot of read from where without the member on the ground. But for tomorrow, what is necessary, remember, because that was the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the masjid there was a member had doesn't necessarily have the Millennium Kala had the Sunnah Mohammed Abu jericoacoara Baroni zaidan Andrea Livni Abdullah him Nia be suffering and Avi sorry dinoco de Kala kana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Yehuda Yeoman fitri will have her Ll masala he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would go out on the day of fit what is the day a fifth of April 5, which is the end of Ramadan meaning after Ramadan will have had an altar either up ha Where

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would he go ala masala to the masala meaning the place of performing salata great for obon O'Shea. And then the first thing you have the OBE that he would begin with was a salatu salam. So my answer if then he would end the prayer for como, then he would stand more arbella nasci facing the people, when nurse would you loosen Allah so for him and the people will be sitting in their rows for a year a loom? Then he would admonish them where you see him and advise them where Moreover, and also command them for encana. you redo a year for Verizon, copper, who then if he intended to start what does that mean to cut and what it means over here is to dispatch

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If he intended to dispatch meaning send burthen a dispatch meant meaning a small group of fighters or a small group of people sent for you know for an expedition, then what would he do kata who then he would send them meaning after eat prayer?

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Oh yeah more abishai in america he or if he had to give a special command concerning something he would give it. So my answer, then he would go away. Call Abu sir even Abu Sir, he said, Follow me. Yes, le Nasser Al adeleke, then the people, they remained on this way, meaning this was the way of the people after the death of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Booba Curatola and omotola Horne who responded with Oh, aren't it lovely long hours, what did they all do? The Companions when they became the halifa, one after the other, this is the way that they established also that for each prayer, they would go first thing in the morning and then they will perform their EEG burn after

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they read prayer. They will do what they had to do.

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And he said that this is what the people remained upon hatha until Harajuku. I went out now who's saying this

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Abu sorry, the laundry, right? He said that until one day I went out murmur one with Marwan and who was Marwan he was the Emir of Medina well Amina Medina tea and he was a middle of Medina fee of her and I went out with him meaning for the eighth prayer he was an Imam he was going to lead the prayer he was going to give the hot button which aid was this it was either of her over three orphans meaning he didn't remember exactly which either it was one of the two eight prayers for llama attain a masala then when we came to the masala either remember there was a member bonobo kathira salt which Cassiopeia Salta built for either marijuana so Marwan when he came, what did he do you redo he

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wanted and your Takia who that he should ascend it public and usually before performing the prayer, meaning before even leading the people in prayer, what did he do when he arrived at the masala instead of the Salah? He went up on the member in order to give the hookah so I will sorry, he said farewell to I pulled him with lb with his clothes for Jabba then he that he pulled away from me he or he pushed me away for Tafara meaning he forced his way. Despite the fact that I tried to prevent him he forced his way up on the member for tougher for hakuba and he gave the hotbed of lasala before the prayer for all Tula who So I said to him, the year to lie. You have changed all of this

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by Allah meaning you've changed the dean, what are you doing for color? So he said we need more one he said a bursary or a bursary or the Hubba matar alum or the Hubba it has gone mozzarella, what you know, meaning what you know, what you saw is now over, gone is that time which time when the hot buy used to be after the Salah.

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So in other words, they think forget about it, it's it's gone now. Now things are different. To hear people saying the same things today, of course. So imagine even at that time, and this is

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a companion Marwan is saying to him, called zabba Mataram. It's over now forget it. For culto I said, ma, ma ma ma ma,

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ma, ma ma what I know, we're lucky By Allah, it is hieron better mala irlam then which I do not know of meaning, the time the way that I am familiar with that I witnessed with both my eyes that I lived through meaning the way of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam which you have now changed which you have now left that is better than what I do not know, meaning what is to come in the future, the more the changes that you are going to create in the deen they are not as good as or they are not better than what the prophet sallallahu Sallam was upon. That way was better for color. He said meaning or one. He gave an explanation over here as to why he made this change. He said in the NASA indeed people

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let me akun they do not usually soon Elena, they do not set for us by the sarathi after the prayer, meaning when I perform the prayer and then I get hooked but people don't stay. They don't like to listen to my helper for the aisle to hakab lasala. So this is why I have made the hopper before the sauna because they can't go anywhere. they're forced to sit here waiting for prayer. So while I'm forcing them to sit for the prayer, I'm going to give them the hook but now that they are forced to listen to me. Now there are many things over here. What's the reason why mahadi brought this hideous over here to show that a selector aid is supposed to be where somewhere outside

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And secondly that there is no member right? How does this How does prove that because this was the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and this is what the companions were upon right they would go out to the masala However, later on at the time of Marwan when things changed what happened there was a member all right because the way the member has been mentioned over here, it shows that this was something that was however found strange and different because that was not what they weren't accustomed to. That was not what this all the profits are a lot of cinema been. Alright.

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So this point is clear. Now there is a question, if either supposed to be outside masala doesn't mean that it should not be performed in the masjid. It may be performed in the masjid when there is a reason to do so. by for example, in Mecca, this is just an example. in Makkah, the entire city, tell me which place is big enough to accommodate all the people who come to my workplace? How to write the masjid itself, right around the Kaaba itself? And if people wish to go somewhere else, or not in a Masjid, you know, in somewhere outside, then what would that mean? Go out of the city, which would be even more difficult, right? So the thing is that in many places, you have the option

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of going somewhere else meaning out in the open in order to perform the Salah, if you have that option, go ahead. But in many places, this option is not there. So for example, living in this country, if you say you know what, we'll go to the park, well, you have to hire it, or you have to rent it. Right. And then on top of that, there are also restrictions, right? And then not just that weather, and then parking. And what is easiest for the people also has to be considered. Alright, so this is the reason why many massages, they have a prayer and that is perfectly fine. Okay, what other lesson do we learn in this Hadees that the first thing that the prophets have a lot is going

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on began with undried prayer was what? Salah, which means that the hobo was after the Salah, and before this solitude or was there any event? No. And that means if there was no other, there has to be no karma, either. It's straight, you know, to the prayer. What's the Hikmah? Behind that inshallah we'll discuss? What else do we learn? Okay. I will say, when he saw something happening against the sun, he didn't just do it in a local with his words, what did he do? He used his hands.

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Why? Because he was able to do that.

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Right? And when a person is not able to do that, then what should he do? His words? Go ahead.

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Yes, that how people, they will change their religion just for their own personal benefit. Now if you think about it, the reasoning that Marwan gave for changing the order,

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this was it, the hard you can say, right? This is own opinion. Why? Because of a situation that was new, before people would sit and listen to the hookah. And at his time, people would not sit and listen to the hookah. So if there's a situation like this today, can we change the order? No, we cannot. Why? Because we cannot do he has to change the way of the prophets on one send him his way should not be altered. The order in which the prophets or the law doesn't perform something, that order should not be changed. Because if we were given this liberty, then what would remain of the religion? Nothing. Right, we would say, Oh, you know what, it's easier to perform Salah before we'll

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do. So you know what, we'll perform Sadat first and then we'll do because after Salah you're so tired, any way that you want to freshen up and you'll you can do will do afterwards, or a person says, you know, the uscar, after Salah, I'd like to say them before this letter, because, you know, after too many things to do, no, you can't change the order, you cannot, with regards to certain things we haven't been given in a room to you know, to either pray, you know, nephal first or some numbers, but even in that there are some guidelines that we have to observe some limitations that we have to keep ourselves within. And if we start ignoring these limits, and these, you know,

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conditions that have been set for us, then the dean would not remain the same, it would become something completely different. Right. So, this was his own he had However, this was incorrect. Now, the question is that why is it that people would not listen to his helper?

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What was the reason that people would not listen to the helper? Because the thing is that the O'Meara have been omiya. Meaning when the new mayor, they got their oma there amid. What they will do is that during the hook bus, they would encourage people to support the band. Oh,

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So it became like a stage four, you can say, to promote their political agendas, alright. And people, they would get annoyed by this, because they did not come for each period listen to, you know the achievements of Milan, or the great changes that he's bringing about, or how perfect and how nice the holy fire is, okay. Alhamdulillah good. However, we did not come here to listen to all of this, we came here to listen to some good words of advice that would affect our heart that would improve us in our religion, that would motivate us to do something good. So it is only natural that when people are being bombarded with information that they're not interested in, obviously, they're

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going to go, right. And remember that the Senate the prophets, Allison, was that the hotel would always be short.

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Right? It would be short, and this means that hopper should be short, the many times that happens that salata, dumar, for example, the hopper will go on for 40 minutes, it will go on for one hour, and people have been forced to sit through that they have to run back to their work. All right, but they're being forced to listen to all of that. And they are quite frankly, not interested in in all of that information.

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I mean, many times, if you think about it, helpers that are being given, what's the theme? What is it that people can take with them?

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What's the benefit Alhamdulillah, we go to certain massages, where there are people who will really prepare the whole person, when you listen to the hotbar, then you will benefit but if you go to many of us, in the US have to sift through, you'll be amazed what is being said, recently, somebody told me that they went downtown, and they attended the Jew masala within the hopper that was being given. Basically, people were being told that if you're living in this land, you're committing a sin, and that you should be doing Dawa. And how you should do Dawa. And these are people who are working in big corporate firms don't don't. These are people who are far from the dean. This is the only time

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they will come and sit in a gathering of them.

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And what are they being told? They're sinful, and they should be doing Dawa? I mean, technically, correct. You should be doing our if you are living in a non Muslim land. However, there's a way of getting that message across. What was the way of the prophets of Allah is and what kind of hapa would he give? Look at the words fire Allah, Who will you see him when

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he would do wild? What is wild? What is more Ella, and advice that will really affect the heart that will motivate a person to create a change in his behavior in his thinking and his actions? heart touching advice, this is what mobila is you see him he would do, we'll see it to them. Meaning, give them instruction with a lot of emphasis when or when you would give them clear orders. You know, this is what they're supposed to do. This is what they're not supposed to do clear speech direct to the point. And this is the reason why people would listen to the hook of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, as well as ibaka and remote and earth man and early on the Aloha, unhedged marine. And this

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shows to us that anytime we have to address people also, what should we do?

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If you start touching political issues,

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then what's going to happen? They won't come back, or they'll be bored. Right? So talk to people about what concerns them, what will truly benefit them.

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Talk to people tell them about something that is really beneficial.

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You know, for example, if somebody asks you to come and do a halaqa for let's say, young girls, what topic would you select? Huh? Okay, good stories, what kind of stories that they can relate with? that they can understand. Right? What topics would you choose? This is strategy, but topic, what themes?

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Okay, something that is relevant to them. So for instance, peer pressure and how to deal with it.

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Can you find out from the Quran and stories from the Sunnah about this issue? And hopefully you can, what else can you do? What other topic Can you select? Yes. But that also comes gradually. What happens is that when we when we are addressing a group of girls, you know, we think, Oh, these girls don't wear hijab, they don't press Allah, they lie, the answer back to their mothers. So this is what we need to teach them. This is where we need to start from, but it's not going to work. You're going to start talking about the rights of parents, they're going to start rolling their eyes, you're going to start telling them put the hijab on if you don't you beat your sinful they're never

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going to come again.

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What do we learn in the Quran? What have we been taught that even when you're speaking to the lol keytab talk about what common grounds, similarities, something that they can relate with something that they can really find interesting and they think that Yeah, I can. I can take this. I can benefit from this. That makes sense to me.

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I was advising my daughter I was advising the class about because I saw my daughter she not making nicely and your daughter is in your class. Yes, she was in my class. So I and then I tell the story how

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not the story The Hades of us who lost him how he saw the man he was in a fire because he pray without will do. So she realized that from that day, she maybe after two weeks she come and she said Mommy, I will never pray was out. And

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I didn't tell her directly was here. So there is a way of approaching people. Right? column, Colin vallila.

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Otherwise, you can be given a stage and people are forced to come and sit in front of you. But no matter what you say, is not going to reach them.

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Because as they sit there, shut off their brains and close your eyes and ears and they're not interested. And unfortunately, many, many children what happens with them are many people, they go to gym or they go to an Islamic school to sit through class but

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not there.

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So if you really want to benefit people, talk to them about what is beneficial. This hikma is very, very necessary for the diary.

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One more thing that really struck me in this Hades was for in Canada, you read a young birth and Potter who

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on the eighth day after salado read, if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had to send an expedition somewhere, then he would send them after solitude read.

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The Sahaba

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did not even take a single day off. Even if it was a day.

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That if the dean needs us, if the religion of a lot needs us on either day, a call of duty then we respond, then we will go for an easy day. What do we want? Spend time with the family this is when we relax and have fun. Of course we do. You have to spend time with your family. This is a day of celebration that they have read a day of enjoyment.

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However, you also have to see that if the dean needs you for something that is urgent for something that is important necessary for the good of the greater oma then respond.

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This is similar to how if a person is working somewhere, and he happens to fall on a weekday, then what will they do? They will try to take that day off. However, everybody is not able to

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write, they can come for each letter, but then they go back to work. Right? Or they have to attend a meeting or go for at least an hour or two or something. So when it comes to worldly work,

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do we go first even an eighth day? Yes.

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So why not? The Dean? Why is it that we have to forget the deen because of which we are celebrating that day. On that day? How can we forget that

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this was the way of the prophets Allah some of the companions that be ready for the cause of Allah, even on the day of read.

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It's not encouraged to change things. This is just an example given that it was done wrong. Of course, this was done wrong fully. And this is the reason why the companions opposed to the point that look at this companion. What did he do? He didn't let Marwan ascend. Remember? He was forcing him. And then when Juan forced his way up the member, and then he didn't stop there.

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He told him why you're done. You have changed the theme. And then when he gave an explanation he responded that no this is not right. Anyway, let's continue. Bab and mushy what ruku be it'll already be lady and then voila, accommodating and mushy wa Coby What does mushy mean? Walking ruku writing meaning it'll read to eat. When a person is going for Eat Pray, he can go walking and he can even go on his car, he can go riding his bike, whatever, be lady and then and there is no event whether iqama nor ikoma.

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So it does not matter whether a person goes walking or riding for eat prayer. However, we know that when a person walks somewhere, then every step is counted. And this is the reason why some preferred walking to the read prayer as opposed to going on the right however, remember there is no restriction over here. Okay, both options are there. It's up to you what you want to do play but please don't try to walk from your home to the masjid on a day, especially if you live far. Okay?

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Because you might miss the eighth completely. However, when you do arrive at the masjid and you don't find parking

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in the parking lot and you end up parking

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really far, then instead of getting upset, think about this that in Charlotte every step has been counted, it is being written

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and there is no plan or a comma for a prayer had does not Ibrahim have done wonder call had done and so on and obey the law or nefarian or the lack of normal another suit of lies on Allahu alayhi wa sallam Can you suddenly fill up How will you three first the prophets Allah Madison would pray the Salah on a cow or either with somebody else double barrel Salah then he would give the hotpot when, after the Salah had done Ebrahim Moosa call upon a Sherman and I'm gonna do Agent amerihome California aka on orangevale in New York dilla call us a mirror to who you are kulu indinavir sallallahu alayhi wa sallam holiday Omen fitfully further ado sporatic public automatic is at the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam went out on the day of faithful, further quality. Then he began with the prayer cobden hortefeux before the hotma

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and the word carajo. He went out. I mean,

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it doesn't indicate exactly how he went out. He went, he walked or he went on a ride. Either way is fine. If one was preferred, then it would have been mentioned on your iPhone. And Abner Besson also that element is very vo walima boo yah Allah Who in the hula Mia can you add an OB Swati Amalfi three in the Malhotra to Baraka Salah

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he said that I thought said that even Arbus Otto Salah Isla he sent word he sent a message to Elizabeth who's even as today our de la evening debate. When did you send this message to him feet? Oh walima boo year I know who

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when boo Allah who what where does it remind you of buy what is buyer Pledge of Allegiance that is given to the leader. So are the lions obeyed when he became the halifa? And this was at a time when yazeed was also the halifa All right, but certain Muslims they weren't happy with us. He does what he found they demanded that he stepped down and they gave by are two of the lebens debate. And Abdullah opens debate he became the hottie fan he was were stationed in Makkah. You understand? Where was he in Makkah? And who is at the London debate by the way.

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The son of the baby

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a smarter the long run.

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So he was in Makkah. So you're talking about not an ordinary man, someone who was raised by the companions, a child of the companions. So even our best sent word to him the first time when allegiance was given to him, meaning when he was positioned as halifa that lemmya can you add the new bisola to alpha three emphasized he's teaching him that look, when the eighth comes, they're supposed to be no other in the Malhotra to bar the Salah, and that hotbar is supposed to be after the prayer.

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Any lesson we learned from this?

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Do you think even Zubaydah know about this?

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You would assume that if he grew up at the time of the companions? Of course he would know. Right? Then why is it been our best telling him this? To remind him? Why? Because it knows where it is coming in a position of authority and leadership. And this shows to us that when someone gets a position or a certain role, don't assume that they know about everything.

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Don't just assume that, tell them, remind them, share your experience advise them

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because many times what happens a person knows but they've got so many things going on that they forget.

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So what also will happy what else

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we're about on your auto loan and usually know what happens when things go wrong. Then we say Oh, you didn't know about this. You should have known.

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Well, why don't you I thought when Dr. Besson orangevale and Dr. Abdullah Carla they both said lamea can you add then we Amalfi three William opera, no other than would be pronounced on the day of fifth nor on the day of orangevale live near of de la Cala Samir to yaku indinavir sallallahu alayhi wa sallam comma, he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam once he stood for by that beside it, and he began with the prayers of Mahatma Vanessa vardo then he addressed the people after so obviously this premium was for what

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solid read because Salah came first and hope again. Next. fella Farah wanna be Allahu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Nasrallah, then when he finished the hook, but then as Allah attend Nisa, then he came to the women when he came towards their site Now that doesn't mean he came down from the member. Because as you know, there was no member over there. What does that mean? Because the place where the women were that that

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Place was separate. All right, so does it also gives meaning of arriving somewhere. So NASA attorney Sir, he came to the women for the columnar and he especially admonish them. He especially addressed the women.

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What were your coworker? While he was reclining aleja dpll on the head of Bilal, what is he had not just hand the word he had that doesn't just apply to you know from your fingers to your wrist. It applies all the way to the the arm. Okay? This is why in the Quran when where the widow is mentioned.

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Well, idea con, el El Mirage, and your hands up to the elbows.

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So the profits on a lot of sudden was reclining against the head of biller, what does that mean? The arm of meaning leaning against, he was sitting next to villalbilla who in such a way that he was literally leaning against him, how comfortable he was with his companions, and how, you know, relaxed the companions were also around him, but they could sit next to each other and literally, no one is reclining against the other what we learn and Bilal rodilla besuchten Silva he had spread out his garment. Why? Because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam arise the women and the women intended to give sadaqa they wanted to give sadaqa so up in the sell side of the women, they were putting in

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their sadhaka in that cloth in that shawl controller Otto. I set her apart Who?

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Even Judah Ah, okay, where's even today's mentioned, you see this her This is connected with the previous ones.

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All right, this is connected with the previous ones. So even today, he said to her, I thought that I thought oh, how can I ll emammal? And do you think that it is necessary on the Imam an even today, and yet tn Nyssa that they come to the women meaningless the women side for you the killer hoonah. And in order to remind them and advise them hey, Neha frugal when he becomes free, meaning when he's done, advising the men and talking to them and being with them, should he also come to the women side? Allah in the radical? How can I claim? Is that of course, indeed, this is necessary on them? What if I do and what is wrong with them that they wouldn't do it? Meaning, of course, they should

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do it. If the prophets on a lot of them did it? Why should the rest of the leaders not do it? Now, remember that, during that time, when the man would be giving hotbot, who would be in front of him, the men and imagine if the congregation is larger than where the women all the way at the back? And we learned earlier that one's smart enough to know, I knew I was trying to listen to the hope of the prophets, all of a sudden, women were talking, right? Because this is what happens if you can't hear clearly. What do people start doing, they start talking amongst themselves. So this is the reason why many times women in large gatherings, they wouldn't be able to hear the whole book,

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or not every single one of them would be able to. So the profits are a lot of sudden went to them, especially after addressing the man, even though when he addressed them in that address was supposed to be general in public. But he made time especially for the women so that they do not get completely neglected. And there they do not feel completely left out. So if these days are Hamdulillah, there is microphone and because of that everyone can hear. It's perfectly fine. All right, meaning that your mom doesn't necessarily have to make time in order to go to the women's side. Right? Well, this shows to us that the man wherever the leader is, he should make time to

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address the women. Because it's not just about being able to listen, it's being able to hear the teacher directly and ask them something also. Because many times it happens that when there are men present than women feel shy, right? do ask something to seek some clarification. They feel shy, they're hesitant.

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Right. So, this is the reason why you will find that many times when there is a public event. There is a sisters session sisters q&a, why

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following this and

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you understand. So this was a son of the Prophet sallallahu

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an altar also one more thing we see that the women are giving sadaqa on AIDS Day. So we should also continue with this on that underneath. Make sure you give sadaqa

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make sure you give some, you know good deed is written for you also and these women what kind of sadaqa were they giving their home and dinner?

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What were they giving the jewelry that they were wearing? One woman would bring her ring and another would bring her earring and something of the sort so

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Give something of your own that belongs to you. Because lantana will be

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a boon and what is most beloved to a woman of all her belongings, it's their jewelry. It's hers and she loves it. You know, it's not just the value of it. It's that sentimental value. Right. But ultimately by the read the hookah after their eighth prayer had this amount of awesome quality, Marana ignored your agent father Bharani AlHassan have no Muslim and close Dr. Besson scholarship to the reader Marla sodalite sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what are we back in? What Omar worksman who's saying this even our best? He said I was there I attended With who? The Prophet salallahu Abu Bakar Romano and Horace Mann will do a lot more for como whom can all of them used to use a Luna cobbler

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hope they will pray the Salah before the halt. And you might say How come you don't know and who is not mentioned over here perhaps even our birth alone who said this before or the Buddha and who became the halifa Allahu Allah, but we can only assume that it will bleed over into also continued the same sin for colocado.

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So read prayer, what's the order? Salah first and then hotbot. Juma prayer, how is that hookah first? And then the Sala? What's the hikma behind this?

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What's the reason behind this? The reason is that the whole bottle Juma is a condition you can see it's like a prerequisite for solid Aldermore

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meaning Salatin Juma should only be after the dhikr of Allah and what is that? The hotbar

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All right. And you know that a prerequisite has to come first. Right? So this is why on Juma hookah comes first Allah comes after however the Hooda have read is not a prerequisite. It's not a condition for the validity of solid read. But when it comes to Serato do more, there is a condition.

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So for example, if a man you know he just sits outside and says you know what, I'll just wait for the hook to be over algo Lea deliberately misses the entire hook. And then he goes just for the prayer. Okay, technically, he got the Salah.

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However, if you missed the hook by entirely, then what kind of Gomorrah is that? When is Joomla complete

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with the hotbar that's the highlight. But when it comes to read, what's the highlight there eath prayer

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not the hook, but this is why read Salah comes first and hopa comes after and also remember that the hood will have read attending that is not mandatory. Okay, it is not mandatory, it is a similar. However, it doesn't hold the same importance as Jehovah. So if a person has to leave for some genuine reason right after solid read, he can do so he doesn't need to sit for the hope. And where do we get this evidence from at the time of Marwan when he would get up to give the hope but what would people do, they would just walk away. That was also a kind of, you know, making a statement that we don't accept you as a leader. You can go on and boast about your feats about your

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contributions and about what you're doing. But we don't accept you as a leader. We're gonna walk away from your speech. But if the hotel was mandatory, you think they would walk away? No, they wouldn't. This is why he switched the order. He said they will come for prayer, but I will give them hope and I will make them wait for the prayer to they won't leave so they'll be forced to listen to my hope.

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All right, and that is that was incorrect. So the hope is after the Great prayer had done a Yakubu Ibrahim caller had done Abu Salah the caller had does not obey the law or nafion or any of Nero moto Kala canelas Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were Abu Bakr in our model, are they a lot more on whom? You saloon Larry deigning public property,

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all of them used to perform their prayers before the hookah.

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And notice he then what does that mean? Either either. Both of them had done so they might have been called a half dozen Sherpa to honor the you've missed everything or answer either debating or numero Besson, and then the BIA sallallahu wasallam Salah Yamal, filtri karitane even our best said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam once he performed the prayer, when Yama fitri on the day of physical harm it occurred to look at any Lem you slowly tabula whatever and he did not perform a prayer

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Before it, nor after it, meaning slotted or eat is how many record to record. How many record the force last read? None. How many after None? No, no, no, no, no, only to do more. What about that

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doodle car with the man. What about before

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Docker of the hidden machine What about after either four or two. So my attorney sir, then he came to the women, meaning after performing the Salah, he came to the women will Mara who will be left alone, and with him was beloved for Amara who never saw the karate and he commanded them, he ordered them to give to give charity for Gianna Europeana. So, they began throwing

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meaning from fire they were

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you know tossing almost I because they must have felt shy coming so close to blotted our and when putting something in his garment for the cleaner to kill more or to a woman would throw her saw her was he haba her earrings and her necklace

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What do we learn from this hadith? First of all that there is no prayer before or after selected read

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that if a person is performing so that at the masjid then do perform to hear the question,

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the thing is that what is Muslim Allah a place that is prepared for prayer right? Whether it is in the masjid or somewhere else out in the open

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right? Because what is Masjid a place substitute and the rulings that are to be observed in the masjid they're also to be observed were in a masala and that's exactly what the prophets a lot centered he observed them how that typically like how in the masjid the congregation is men in the front women at the back and those women who are not praying they are you know they keep away from the place of masala isn't that what he ordered the women to do that everybody come for selected even those women who are not praying even they come However, they keep away from the masala area where the people are praying and that's exactly how things are in the masjid also. So the masala the the

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place where it was being performed, whether it's the masjid or somewhere else, it's the same. You understand when it comes to a prayer? And this is a reason why a majority of the scholars they say that no, there has to be no prayer before each prayer not even the Heyerdahl Masjid.

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Okay. There is no prayer before read the prayer not even to hear the masjid. Now, some they said that, well, you know, you should come very, very early for a prayer. Because if you come early for a prayer, for example, one hour before, half an hour before then you perform your to hate on Muslim, there's a big gap, you know, between your two hated machines and your solitude. But there's no evidence for this. And the thing is that this is not correct, because the way of the prophets Allah loves and it was what the first thing once the sun was completely risen was what go for eat prayer early. All right. And first thing was what solid to read. So remember that solid read, performing

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that first and foremost after slides and budget underneath it, that is the sun, nothing else in the middle.

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Alright, that is the sun. And one when a person will perform a lottery that will you know, suffice it will be sufficient. So this was the practice of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the companions also, that Reapers to Dakar, Musa tabla, whatever the hell and no Salah even afterwards. What does that mean?

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No, so no nothing. Okay. Let's say in some places, he prays really, really early. So for example, in summertime, frigid is at five o'clock, and you perform your prayer at 637 perfectly fine, you can do that.

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So later on, if you want to perform your new iPhone, once you go home, it's your daily habit. Go ahead and do it.

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Alright, go ahead and do it. But don't start it in the mustard. Why? Because then people will think Oh, are you supposed to perform a prayer after celebratory it will spread confusion.

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And then secondly, we see over here the attitude of the women that they were giving saw the club because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam encouraged them and they were giving their own jewelry, earrings and their necklaces. had nothing to Adam Allah had done a Sherpa to Allah had done as Baden Kala Samir to share via Anil Bara if niraj had been called upon an abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that in a wallet indeed the first thing man Abdo, that was

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We will begin with fi yo Mina Heather in this day of ours, and what is this day each day. So the first thing we're going to do is a new solea is that we are going to perform the prayer. So manildra fun and then we're going to go and slaughter our animals. So which breed was this? Other? famine farla Delica faqad sobre su nutana. Whoever does that, then he has reached she has attained our sadhana, meaning he has also followed our Sunnah woman now a couple of solidarity and whoever slaughters the animal before the prayer for innama who Allah

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then is just meat but dunno holy early, that he has presented to his family lay summit and loose kifissia in it will have nothing to do with no screening with the nusach with the sacrifice meaning he will not have fulfilled the duty of sacrifice if he slaughters the animal before Reaper for Colorado minute on saw the demand for among the answer your call Allahu Akbar Botha who was called a Buddha, even lunarian. He said yeah, Rasul Allah or messenger of Allah.

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I have already slaughtered now when is the prophets of Allah so I'm telling the people about this after eat prayer, right. So this man, he came and he said, I've already slaughtered meaning even before eat prayer. I've done it already. We're in the desert. I don't However, now, I do have each other. What's a very small goat. One year old.

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Hiraman Muslim, nothing is better than a two year old goat.

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Okay, Mosin is one that has sin.

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Sin and what is that teeth? So remember that goats? their age is determined by the number of teeth they have.

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Okay, because every year they grew up a new tooth or something. Okay, I don't know exactly how or when, but their age is determined by the number of teeth they have. Okay. So I have a one year old goat and that it's meat its health is much better. Even then a two year old goat for color. He said he dilute the profit or loss and Doulton. Okay, Dr. Lu McConnell, meaning make this in its place. In other words, slaughter the one year old.

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Okay, the younger one, because that's all you have. And you have to perform your duty of slaughtering the animal well, and to fear outages ER and I had in Bartok. However, this will not suffice for anyone, after you meaning this is an exception for you given your condition.

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Okay, now remember that bar duck after you What does it mean? Some people said but after you meaning in time, so no matter

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who whatever situation they're in, even if their situation resembles you, doesn't matter, nobody can have this allowance. It's just for you.

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Other set the bar the meaning in hand?

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Meaning This is Yahoo Makana, who went on to figure out that Zeon or hadn't burdock. This will not suffice for anyone after you.

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They said What this means is that

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this exception is for you. Why? Because you slaughtered your animal, early out of ignorance. This is an exceptional situation. And this is a reason why you are being allowed to slaughter a small animal, because that is all you have left. That is all you have available.

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You understand? What's the exception being made over here? What's the allowance, that he was given permission to slaughter a small animal because remember, I told you that there are certain conditions for both here and one of them is that the animal must be of the right age, when I told you the exact age of every kind of animal, alright, so when it comes to a goat, a one year old, is not okay. However, because this man made a mistake out of ignorance, and this is the only goat he had one year old. An exception was made for him. So when the prophets have a lot of them said, this is only for you. What this means is that other people cannot go on slaughtering one year old goats.

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They should not do that. That Oh, this man also slaughtered a one year old God. So we can also do it No, what should they do? They should slaughter those animals which are off the right edge. They should not take

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you know evidence from this incident for slaughtering a young animal.

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You understand? This is what is meant

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This is a reason why scholar said that if a person finds himself in a similar situation like a Buddha,

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and what is that, that out of complete ignorance, he slaughters his animal before the prayer. And after the ether, he finds out that oh, this was something wrong, your your no sock has not been accepted.

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So then he says, I don't have anything else.

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I can try to buy another animal, but he tries when he cannot find anything except for one year old. Can he slaughter that animal? Yes, he can. And this was the opinion of me also, because they said that the reason why the allowance was given to him was because of his condition, mistake out of ignorance. So if a person finds himself in the exact same similar situation, then he may slaughter a similar animal that is young.

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The prohibition that is being given in the Hardys is for what?

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slaughtering a one year old without any reason.

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Why, because the material is not just for one individual, because he was a Buddha. And this is the reason why he was given this allowance shutter the shutter era is to be is not to be restricted to a person.

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It's to be understood in relation to the description of the individual, the characteristics of the individual, not the person himself. So in this case, we should not be looking at the man or Buddha, we should be looking at what his condition because the law was not made for a boo boo. It was made for who people. All right. Now, one might argue, but certain commands or allowances were for the prophets on a lot of them only.

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So does that mean that

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any person who is in a position of leadership also has similar allowances and instructions? No.

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Why? Because what was for the prophets, a lot of them was for him. And this is clear in the Quran, that those allowances were for who only for him sort of law or legal settlement after him who can reach that same level. Nobody can get rissalah after him.

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Right? But the situation of a Buddha,

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can people find themselves in a similar situation? Of course, people are more ignorant today.

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Despite the fact that the dean is complete, the dean is being taught, but still there are more ignorant today. So if a mistake like this happens, then the same situation can be applied. Now, a person could argue that what about the story of Salim or the law and remember his story, that how he was raised by a couple, and he was not a real child. But then when the ayat of hijab came,

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okay, he was told you can't come here. So the lady was told, take some milk out, and give it to him.

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You understand? Brother, I will happen. So now he can come to you. There is no hijab between you and him. However, when it comes to the rulings of the law, what do we learn that the child must have nursed? How many times five times in the age of infancy before two years of age? But this was an exceptional situation? Was that for them? Only? Yes, it was for them. Why? Because we see that the profits on a lot of them do not tell other people that you also, you know, nurse, so until a nurse or into a nurse, so until so that you don't have hijab issues. You know, for example, once the prophets have a lot of them said that don't enter upon women who are not Muslim to you. So he was

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asked that what about the brother in law? Meaning the husband's brother, how? He said, How much did that mean? That is even worse, for a man to just walk into his brother's house where his brother's wife is without permission, and or he's alone with her, this is even worse.

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Now, there must have been a reason why he was asked this question, right? The prophets of Allah didn't say, oh establish a DA somehow, so that there is no hijab issues. Now, if this was something to be taken, generally applied generally, then there would have been more situations where the solution would have been given. However, the scholars do say that if such a situation does come up, where out of complete ignorance, I mean, parents, a couple they have a child, or they adopt a child, and then it's a rare situation. And if something like this happens, and this may be done, however, scholars do oppose it, but they say since the prophet SAW the loss and did not generalize it, we

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should also not

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generalize it

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Alright, but my Yuka human harmless sealer Hey filler Ed will help me mayuko

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what is disliked Min hemley sealer of carrying weapons filler Ed undried. Well, hello me and in the whole meaning this is something disliked on a day as people are going for eat prayer people are walking in with their guns and their knives and their swords. No, it is disliked, likewise in the harem.

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carrying weapons is not liked. Why? Because this was the understanding of companions. And as we will see, in the Hadith, we're calling Hassan, Al Hassan al basri. He said, No more mellow, sila. He said, people were forbidden from carrying weapons when yo Marie then on the day of read in that except, and your half who are the one they feared an enemy, meaning if there was a real serious fear of an enemy, then only they were allowed to bring in their weapons. However, otherwise they were not allowed. Why?

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What's the reason?

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Exactly. It's a day of celebration, a day of happiness, don't frighten people by carrying weapons. And that shows to us that in public gatherings, where people are gathered together, or on a day of read on a special occasion, weapons should not be brought. Instead, such things should be brought that make people happy. It's a day of making people smile, not a day off making them worry.

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Right. So this is a time when people should be pleased not?

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Not not that they should be put in fear. Right? So this is the reason why the people were forbidden from carrying weapons from bringing in their weapons during read or in certain places.

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One exception and what is that and you have four are the one fear of enemy.

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Is this a real fear today? of an enemy?

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It is.

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It is in many places, even in massages.

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Because people

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you know they watch something or they read something and then they just want a weapon and they want to hurt anybody who comes their way. So this is the reason why if you find police presence in let's say, Mecca, or Medina, or massage, or you find that certain imams around them, there's so much security, don't think this is a this is a show and display of wealth.

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However, what is this?

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preventative measures? Right? Because sometimes honestly, when you go to Medina, what do you find police everywhere.

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You go to Makkah What do you find police everywhere. Why? Because there is a fear of enemy from within even All right. So for example, if there is a security guard presence somewhere at the door at the gate, then what happens?

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Some people become afraid and other people, they relax their security here. Right? So in a public gathering, sometimes this isn't necessary for the overall safety and security of people

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sorry, the Punjabi said that I was with even remotely Longhorn who haina at the time when a Saba who it hit him, it struck him What? sinner No,

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literally the teeth of a room of a spear, meaning a spear head, okay, like a spear. And at the end of it is what a sharp thing, right? So it hit him where Fie, mostly called me in the utmost meaning the soul of his foot.

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So it was shot at him in such a way that it struck him were at the bottom of his foot. Now, if even aroma and he was in fact he was writing an animal, a horse. All right, and his foot was in the stirrup. Then what do you think happened over here?

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The spear, went through the stirrup and went into his foot. Alright, so this is why he said that fallacy, or the mobile Billy cabbie, his foot, it got stuck to the stirrup.

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You understand? Meaning the arrow or the spear it went through the stirrup where his foot was, Alright, you know what a stirrup is, right. Like when you're sitting on a horse where your feet in the stirrup right both your feet so it went

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Through this tear up through the soul of his foot into his foot and his foot was stuck to the Scarab fan as well to sorry the producer I got down immediately fun Azhar to her and I pulled it away with Alec Amina. And this was at Mina.

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Why do you think they were at

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it? There was a whole season. This was at mina fabella. Hall had judge this news it reached her judge who was her judge or judge Noosa who was sent to fight against Herbalife into a member of the lebrons of a way was he in Makkah. All right, and had Jasmine use it was sent via z to fight against eveness obey and kill him and kill his supporters and there was literally a war that happened. Makkah was besieged unfortunately. So this news that rechargeable use of vajilla so he came through in order to visit him who are dilemmas are modeled on hufa Kala Hadji Hadji adset lo nada woman Asada. If only we knew who with you. Meaning please tell us who hit you. Do you have any news about

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who struck you? Because we're going to punish him for column neuroma even remote set of sub Danny You hit me use truck me, Carla, her judge even use it okay for how meaning how would I Ah, I wasn't even there. Why are you blaming me? Carla even remar said Hamilton Silla. Have you carried weapons for Yeoman during days lemmya Konya, Amalfi when weapons are not supposed to be carried, what are the hunter Silla and you brought weapons into were allowed oma, the harem. wollemi acuna Silla who used to handle heroin, and weapons are not supposed to be brought into the home. So you brought this, you started this, and you started this, and then people followed you? If you did not bring

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weapons into McCann, you did not attack Makkah.

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Then who could bring in weapons and attack people in Mina?

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If you did not bring in weapons, meaning in a sacred time, then who would because her dad was the leader, right? He was the leader of the army that was sent and he attacked Makkah with catapults and even the cargo was affected. So even more blamed, hijacked even use of Why?

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Why did he blame hydrogen user because he was the cause?

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Right? He's the one who started this. So it was one of the lower end who he considered that the suburb of something became meaning something that became the reason for another thing to happen is to blame. So for example, if a parent, if a father orders his son to do something, and the son does it, then who's responsible? The father? All right, if the mother tells the daughter to do something, then who's responsible? The mother? I mean, yes, the people who take in wrong orders, of course, they're also responsible, because they have the choice to either comply, or to refuse. They have the choice. So they're also responsible. But in addition, who else was responsible? The one who gave the

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order? The one who began it, the one who initiated the practice? And isn't this something so scary? We look at it we are not alone. Who How is it? He said, You hit me.

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You started this?

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Right? So what's the lesson in this?

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What's the lesson in this?

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First of all, that no weapons should be brought at a time that is sacred, and that includes read,

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that includes the season of Hajj, I shouldn't hurt them, and also to a place that is sacred,

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unless there is a real threat of the enemy.

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Now, who actually struck able to remodel, not the long run, I mean, this was done deliberately, alright. And we learned that it was a Haji, a man from among the whole adage he struck even or more, in order to injure him or in order to kill him. If you think about it, the man who attacked him alone and who he did not respect the place, which was the huddle minute, he did not respect the time, the time have read the time of hedge the season, nor did he respect the person, a companion of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Because remember, what the whole adage considered, that if a person commits a sin, He becomes a non Muslim.

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And they said that appointing another human being as a judge, this is COVID. It expels a person from Islam. So the Sahaba they appointed people as judges, and so they committed COVID they became now

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Muslim, and they literally went out in order to kill the companions of the Prophet

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extremist but you see in this extremism, how blind they became that they forgot about the respect of the place the respect of the time the respect of the individuals. This is extremism.

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Had the center of miracle color destiny is held in a serene in your unwillingness or even your house on a big color the hotel had Jeju Island near Ramallah. He said that her dad came to even Oman will enter in double and I was with him and I was with. I was with them over there for Carla. So he said okay for her. How is it? How is he? Gay for who? or How is he meaning how is even

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for Carla? He said Sally.

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I'm okay. I'm fine. For Carla. He said man azabache Who hit you? Whose truck you? parlor or savani?

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He hit me Who? Man Amara, the one who ordered be harmless Scylla

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to carry weapons for Yeoman in a de la yo, hey, looky loo. On a day when carrying weapons is not allowed yarny and her dad?

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He said you are the one who hit me because you're the one who gave this command that people should bring in weapons. And when people will bring in weapons? How do you know who's coming with what intention? If you've crossed all bounds, and there are no more restrictions? The hurdle maths, they're not being considered as home. They're not being respected. Then obviously.

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Who's going to stop? Everybody's going to violate right? This is just like, in a family.

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If the mother is seen yelling at the father,

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then who's going to yell at the father next?

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Kids, all right.

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And then if the kids are told, why are you speaking to your father like this? What will they say? Mom, you speak the same way.

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But you do it too. You say it as well. So who is to blame? We're to blame.

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Bab attempt ki Ll read adaptive. What is tap keys going out early enough to read to the youth prayer. We'll call out the LA hip Newson in canal for all naff. He had his sarathi weatherley kahina. The speed

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or the level was that he said that we would follow hoonah meaning we would finish he had the Asara at this time, meaning read, we were done with the hook but also we would have attended it by this time. And what was that time when he was mentioning the statement was that he kahina the speed and it was a time of the spear. What does it mean by this time of the spear haina the spear it means at the time when the spear meaning slipped out to nothing is allowed.

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Okay, when slid out to nothing because the spear was also used for voluntary prayers.

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Is this term used today also, okay, people say celebrities view but they're talking about something specific but in general, in general, we don't use the term the spear for Salah. However in the Quran also so many times the prophets Allah has told us a bit right? Do the spear and if you read that the seed What does it mean? establish the prayer. Right? Because Salah is all about this V when you begin the prayer. What do you say Subhana? Allah Houma. You begin with this be in record. What do you say? soprano a bit early Institute. What do you say Subhan Allah be learner.

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Right so borhan Producer after the prayer also you say so Pinilla how many times 33 times, so Salah is this beer. Now over here, what it means by the speaker is voluntary prayer.

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When is it that in the morning, you are allowed to perform voluntary prayer after the macro time is over. Because remember that when the sun begins to rise, which is when the disk appears, then you are prohibited from prayer, right? You're not supposed to pray. But then when the sun has completely risen, and the yellowness has gone, then what happens? And which takes about 15 to 20 minutes after sunrise, then what happens? You can pray your

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clock, right or your aloha prayer. If you go a little bit late, then it's the hopper. So he said that Around this time,

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and over here at the spear he's leaning more towards Salatu Dora, which is later Later on, because remember that a shock to her. It's the same prayer. But it's called a shock when you perform it really early, really early in the sense that as soon as the sun has completely risen Okay, 1520 minutes after. That's a shock. So for example, these days, you see the clock

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As soon as 1520 minutes are over you perform yourself. But if you perform your volunteer prayer after you leave home and you arrive over here then you pray that that would be called What the hell? Okay, so depending on the time so over here that this beer has been understood as Lucha

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sola to do her, meaning which voluntary prayer do happen and that is a little late. So he said that by the time we would be done with solitude or even hookah, it would be time for Doha prayer. And this was the Sunnah is to pray on how to read early, but what happens even if it's 930 we say it's so early whereas technically it's late. Why early because people have to especially reason up ha remember that you're not supposed to eat anything before going for eat. So if you're waiting until 930 by the time so that will be done hotel but don't be 1015 then you eat It's late.

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Right and remember that the Sahaba when they would go like this for Eat Pray they wouldn't even feed their children. They would not even feed their children. It would keep them hungry also not give them any breakfast. So if you want to follow the Sunnah and also make your children follow it then you better go for eat prayer

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you can have so who do okay before budget you can eat but after budget you cannot eat

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had doesn't necessarily matter when Carla had this nice shirt but you are invading an RV here and a lot you call a hot oven interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Yeoman Nari, he said the prophets of the law doesn't address this on the day of narrow meaning on redan Ultra auto he said in a while a man of the OBE Amina Heather, the first thing that we're going to begin with on this day of ours a new suddenly that we're going to pray that's the first thing we're going to do the manager then we're going to go for unhealth and then we're going to slaughter our animals from unfairness ellika for cassava, so nutana whoever does this he has followed over some omens ever have coupler and use

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Alia and whoever slaughters before performing the prayer for Enigma who alarm on our jalahalli and then it is only meat that he has brought early to his family, lays them in a new Suki Shea in, he will not have any reward of nusach of of the ritual sacrifice ritual slaughter for karma, Holly. But I said that my uncle, a Buddha, Jr. and he stood up for Kalia Rasulullah he said O Messenger of Allah, another virtual cobbler and also Leah, I slaughtered my animal before praying, we're in the dead our hydro Mimosa was in. And I do have a young goat that is better than a two year old goat. But he said he called her mecanica use that instead of it. I'll call it in Baja. Or he said

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slaughter it when Anthea Gerardo and I hadn't burger and other meaning a young goat will not suffice for anyone after you meaning no one can choose this animal for slaughtering, rather it has to be at the right age however somebody is in a similar situation like a Buddha, then this exception will be applied over there but funnily llama leafy am

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from this headings By the way, how do we learn that soulive supposed to be early?

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In our laminate that will be the first thing that we're going to do on this day is going to be solitary. Meaning after fudger when the day begins that's the first thing we do a prayer

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and it's understood that people are hungry and people have to slaughter their animals and that has to be after selected read so rather eat should be as early as possible.

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Franklin Amalfi aim at the shriek the excellence of armor, meaning of doing something, obviously what? Good deeds? We aim at the Shrek during the days of the shriek I am not a Sheik

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which ones are they? I am a mark do that. Right The Three days after either

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now they're called am Mr. Do that earlier in the Quran? And why are they called the sheep? The sheep is from Shinra of sharuk fish rock What does that mean?

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sunrise right. And when is that early part of the day? So the Sharia why because people

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they slaughter their animals? they would they would at least early during these days. Right after solid read not

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after selected read. Okay, right after so that's read early early in the day. Not literally I will think about it we'll see the early on in the day. Why because I mean later on. Think about it, no refrigerators.

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Okay, so which means that you have to deal with the meat early on as well and if you want to dry it, so that they can be stored for a long period of time then you have to dry in the midday sun. So they have the meat has to be out in the sun for long. Alright, so this is the reason why they would they

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With the meat early on in the day, so that it would not get spoiled. We'll call him Dr. Besson even our best said what could a Luffy a Yemen martlew met the eye on the whole on that remember Allah do they could have Allah in the known days. He said these days are a Yemen or Sri the 10 days, while a Jamar Duda to a Yamato shriek, meaning these days are in what called Luffy. A Yama martlew that refers to the first 10 days of the ledger, while a Jamar to the to a yamata shriek. And the number of days are the days of the shift meaning they're the ones that follow the first 10 days. You understand they're the ones that follow the first 10 days so again, what good life am Mr. Lumet? Am

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I sure we'll do that again with the sheep. What kind of neuroma and urban Romo what abou a lotta and Abu huraira both of them, what would they do? They were both your whole journey in a Sufi. They would both go out to the market via Yamanashi in the 10 days, why you can belong any, they will do. Both do that be is saying Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, where you cut below Natsu and the people would also do

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B tech b rahima. When the or because of their tech lead, what Kabbalah Mohammed Marlene alpha Neff, Allah. And Mohammed bin Ali said that we're after his knuffle prayers, meaning after his level of prayers, he made this a habit of saying that out loud in these days. Now, over here, what do we see that both of these companions, they would go out and publicly say that Acme rot?

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Is this armor? Yes. Because remember that speech is also part of our money. And they're going out somewhere putting in effort going out to the marketplace walking around not to buy not to shop, but only for the purpose of saying that we are and who is this? Even remarkable, though, aren't who and Abood I don't know, or the both of whom were very cautious about their time, they wouldn't do something just because it was fun. I mean, there there had to be a good reason behind it had to be important, because these are companions. And we can only expect such behavior from them. Right? That they value their time. So remember that saying that that we live in these days is not a waste of

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Saying that, that we ought is not a waste of time. But we think you know what, that we're out there playing and that sufficient? Or Come on, we should be doing something else also? Or just tell the children to do it, and we won't do it? No, we also need to do it because a lot else, all of us to do that in these days. Right. So this was the habit of even Ramadhan Abu Ghraib.

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And notice how what you can build on NASA beta could be rahima. The people would do takbeer because of their takbeer. What does it mean by beta v rahima. two meanings, this bag could be meaning with that, people would also do the complete along with the meaning at the same time. So everybody together, collectively.

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And this shows that there is no harm in saying that we are collectively together in these days. So for example, when you go for some reason, people are saying that we're not in the microphone. You can say with them, there's absolutely no harm. All right. Likewise, you're driving to work in these 10 days, okay. So in the car, everybody's saying that the whole family thing, no harm, you can say together, okay, this is not an innovation. Secondly, we see that bear can also mean because of meaning others would say that be because of their ethical. Why because of their ethical, because they will be reminded. How does no Mohammed morellato Cora da da Sherpa door and today man and

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Muslim in Albertini Ansari, the new debate and I am Dr. Besson, I tend to be sort of lahori to sell him a new color that he said mallamma loopy I am and partially of lemon and Amalfi Howdy. There is no deed that is performed in a martial in the 10 days. That is a form that is better, mineral Amalfi heavy, than Amylin these days meaning a deed performed during these 10 days is best. There is no action that is performed at any other time, that will be at the same level. If a person performs a good deed during these days, it's the best called jihad. The people said not even jihad, but what if a person goes for jihad in another month? Not in this month? Not in these days but another time?

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Even that will not be good, good enough. Allah he said well al Jihad and not even jihad in like submodular Noman Harada, who goes out? You have to Ruben FCU, O'Malley Follow me on TV and he's putting his knifes and his mal both in danger. You have

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He's putting in hotter and hotter in danger. And then he does not return, meaning he loses his life in the way we're not. And yes, his deed is better than the deed of a person who performs his deed during these 10 days. All right. So what do we learn? Why is this mentioned with

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celebrate, but don't just celebrate? All right, also do

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and remember that the 10 days, but then after that are with the sheep.

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Right? We say oh, we have three or eight days.

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So each day we celebrate, go ahead celebrate, however, realize that these amateur shriek are not just for celebration, they're also for

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doing something good.

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So the thing is that we focus so much on the celebration that we forget about why we are celebrating What's the reason behind that why are these days important? Because good deeds are beloved to Allah subhanaw taala during these days, and he wants you to be happy, he wants you to celebrate that. So celebrate with Armand and this is the reason why I mean the Sahaba thought that they gave someone soccer right. That is also um well it's not easy to battle with your enough's

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right and detach yourself from something that you love so much and give it in the way of a lot that's a big armor.

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So each person, different situation, but each person must do some kind of armor in these days. inshallah we'll conclude over here so Chronicle long will be handy ignition to Allah Illa. Illa. anta the Sofitel going to be like a cinematic hora de la he'll