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The speakers discuss the importance of praying regularly and not missing a prayer, as it is crucial for building good relationships with God and helping others. They stress the need for a simple, easy, and efficient way to pray, and emphasize the importance of praying at home and not at a graveyard. The speakers also emphasize the importance of praying before the presence of federal regulations and the need for students to convince schools to allow them to pray. They stress the importance of praying wherever they can and not at a specific time, and stress the need for mental health and safety for students.

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Because we've become

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Sure, good to go, okay hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was salam, ala rasulillah Amina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ijma. And so first of all, I apologize that we haven't

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this class didn't get scheduled properly. So we might have left everybody a bit confused about whether there was a class today or not. But Hamdulillah, there is a class today. And we're going to be continuing with our kids class minus the kids because of lockdown. So

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again, I'm talking to an empty room.

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But we are going to continue from what we spoke about last time with regard to the prayers. And before we start talking about Salatu.

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Salam to Gemma praying as a group, I want to talk a little bit about the numbers of the prayers.

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So I want to talk a little bit about the numbers of each press. So we've already spoke about federal Arsenal, Madrid and Asia. Agreed. What did we say about fudger? How many look at two. And you read

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aloud in both of them

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and voted

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for and you read quietly? and answer is four. And you read quietly a mother of his three, and you read aloud in the first two, and he is four. And you read aloud in the first two. Okay? But what about the Sunnah prayers? So I'm going to ask you a simple question to start with. Okay?

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What's the difference?

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a obligatory prayer or a folded prayer? And an optional prayer? Or a sooner prayer was the somebody asked, What's the difference? Somebody never knew there were different types of prayers, how would you explain it to them.

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So the obligatory prayers you have to do all the time. You can never ever, ever miss them unless you have

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an Islamic reason which is given to you by Allah. There are some limited reasons. For example, a lady who just gave birth to a baby for a set period of time or something. There are some reasons but very generally speaking, you're going to pray those five thought prayers, all the way until from the moment you know how to pray them. And you reach seven years old history, and then 10 years old history, and then all the way until you only for as long as you're on this earth, you're going to be praying those five daily prayers five times a day on time. What about the voluntary press?

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They're optional. How do we know they're optional? Because a man came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he asked how Allah yava urine? He said, Do I have to do any prayers apart from these five? The prophets I seldom said la Illa and Tupperware. Know, everything you do after these five is voluntary. Okay, so from that we know that the five are obligatory, and the rest are voluntary. But are all the voluntary prayers the same?

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No. So there are some voluntary prayers that are really, really, really important. And there are some that are less important. How do we know what voluntary prayers are really, really important?

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God so I only have my kids here so

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voluntary yes a voluntary

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Okay, so how frequently did the Prophet sighs Helen pray them? So then we can divide voluntary prayers into three groups by how often the Prophet size and prayed. There are some prayers the Prophet size alone never ever ever left them. Except

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in the most any serious of situations but typically the promises never left them. He didn't leave them at all. Which are the prayers the Prophet sighs have never left

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to praise. The Prophet says never ever left not when he was traveling not when he was sick.

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Before ledger to record, when we say before federal What do we mean?

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After the event and before the iqama we don't mean before ledger time starts like two in the morning. We mean after the event.

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And before the

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after the event and before the a comma. Okay, that's

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one prayer. How many is it

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to generally all of the swindler prayers are to Salatu lady when mesna Messner, all of the Sunnah prayers are tu tu tu tu tu generally

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they all tu tu tu tu tu. Okay. So we said to recap before fetcher.

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So usually it's prayed silently.

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And it's after the fetcher as an after the time for fetcher starts. But before you pray the federal prayer itself, before you pray the proper fetcher prayer, after the time starts, before you pray the proper prayer, and you pray two rakaat

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What is the second prayer the Prophet says never left.

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Sooner pray the voluntary prayer.

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Hello, hut.

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What does the word winter mean in Arabic?

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In the law, how we turn your head bill whittle, what's the word written in Arabic?

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Close doesn't mean one, but a very close definitely doesn't mean two. One is very close, odd, odd number in the law, how we turn your hips. Allah is odd numbered, because how many is Allah one? So Ally's odd number one, and Allah loves what is odd numbered? Allah loves and Witter. What is odd numbered?

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so the Witter has to be an odd numbered prayer

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Generally without I don't want to make it too complicated. I just want to make it simple for now that the most common way to pray Witter is that you pray to look at

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then you give the Salaam

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then you stand up and you pray one

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when do you remember doing this kids are now you both Put your hand up

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Ramadan Why do you remember in Ramadan because in Ramadan we prayed the waiter general attend any we as a gym or as a group, but otherwise you should be praying the waiter every day.

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You pray to

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you give yourself and then you stand up and you pray one. That's not the only way to pray. Witter. You could pray one by itself, you can pray three all in one goal without sitting down in the middle. But that's getting too complicated for our kids class. So we just keep it simple to record. Give the salon one record at the end and give the salon and that's really one of the only sooner press that is odd numbered. All the rest are

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two by two.

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Okay, those are the two the profits item didn't leave when you were sick.

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He didn't leave him when he was tired. He didn't leave them when he was busy. He didn't leave them when he was traveling. So they are what we call supernatural, more academic, they are highly recommended.

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They're highly recommended, to the point that some of the scholars even said, If you regularly leave them, if you leave them all the time, you are sinful for not praying them regularly. But if you left them one time or two times, then you're not sinful. Some of them said this.

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And if you

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leave them all the time, you are sinful. But if you just left them one time or two times, then you're not blameworthy. Okay. Now we're going to go to the next so that was the highest category that the most important. Why was it the most important because the prophets eyes have never ever left them himself tight. What's the second most important thing?

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Now because we said three categories, so you can't just say the rest?

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The ones that the Prophet sighs him did regularly, but didn't stick to them with that same like, you know, I never ever, ever leave it, but he did them. He did them regularly.

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So what comes in there?

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What comes in there is something we call

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a robotic

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or robotic

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and the robotic or the regular prayers that you pray every day around your fourth press. What do we mean around the followed prayers? Just before you pray the Father prayer, just after you pray the prayer, these are called the robotic. The regular press. Did the Prophet sighs me to leave them? Yes, sometimes. But it was his habit to pray them. Usually his habit was to pray them. Okay. So his habit was to pray these prayers. So talk me through the RWA tip, the ones that are attached to the photograph. So they either before or after, when we say before, what do we mean before we mean between the identity, if comma between the time for the prayer and the time the press starts. So let

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me just give you an example. I mean by the identity of karma. So if I look at the clock right now, it says for where we are the federal starts at 623. But if I look at the screen up there, it says that federal actually starts together we pray together at seven o'clock. So that means that the sooner for federal is sometimes between 623 when federal actually starts and seven o'clock when we pray, but what about if you're not praying in the gym or in the masjid?

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Again, between

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when fetcher starts, for example, 623 and when you pray your federal prayer whenever that is could be 645 715 737 whenever you pray, but between those two Yes.

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Uh huh.

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Yes, when federal if you're looking at the sky and fetcher starts, you can pray your son first. And then pray you're

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for the prayer. But you have to see federal stock before you can pray your center prep. Okay. So to recap before federal What about what did the Prophet says Mr. Pray around the before and after?

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How many before

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two plus two to look at, and the salon and then two more, and the salon and these are done quietly. So that's two plus two some people pray for and one goal, but the sooner is to and to Salatu lady when the Harmon snowmaster the prayer of the night and the day the voluntary prayers are all two by two. So two plus two, what about after

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two or two and to your right, both two options, you've got either two or two and two, but the one that we the second one of those two is not part of robots.

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The erotica the regular ones is two plus two before and two after.

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Okay, so it doesn't have any writing but attached to it. You can still pray between a comma but there is no like regular Salah attached to us. What about mother?

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To after? And what about Asia?

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No, there is two before but it's not part of the regular two after.

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So how many does that make the rocky bbpress then the regular sooner press that you pray around the fall press when? How many is that make?

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Okay, six each one is to lock it right? So that makes 1212 rock it? Yes, that's right, six prayers, or 12 rock hard to before fetcher two and two before the her.

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Two after

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the war two after Margaret. And to after Asia, that six prayers have to look at each which is 12 Raka, or 12 or 12 Raka. We should say in total.

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Those if you pray them regularly, the reward is that Allah will build for you a house in paradise for praying them regularly. It's really important that you pray those regularly. But if you're traveling you don't pray them. And if you're not well, you don't pray them. But when you're at home in your home city or your hometown, and when you are feeling fine. You should be praying those prayers. Where should you be praying them? Ideally? Everyone men and women, where should you be praying them?

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At home is better than in the masjid? Is there any exception to that is any time where you should be praying them in the masjid

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only there's only one situation which is if you just don't have time. Like for example, you stay in the masjid between vote on offer. There is. For example in England in the winter, we stay in the machine between the harasser because there's only like an hour gap between the two. So there is no chance to go home and pray them and you have to pray them. You have to pray them here. But if you have chance to go home it's better you pray them at home than in the masjid. Why do you think it's better to pray them at home?

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Now ladies, men is better to pray at home. I want you to give me two reasons now.

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Two reasons why it's better for men to pray the sooner prayer at home and women but me specifically I'm talking to the men.

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Excellent. So the first one is you don't make your house like a grave. Because a man might never pray in his house ever. Sir, would you not agree like a man goes to the masjid five times a day. He might never ever ever pray in his house ever. In his whole days, weeks, months go by he never prays in his house. So so that you don't make your house like a graveyard somewhere nobody prays.

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You don't make it like a cemetery and nobody prays. So you should pray your Sunnah prayers in the house. The second reason is because of his last insincerity. Because it's more sincere when people don't see you. Whereas when you you know, straight away after the prayer, you stand up and pray. Hum the last not how long do what you did is fine, but it's also not as sincere. And it's not as much for a lot like you could easily do it for other people. Also, have you ever noticed how annoying is just to be blunt? Yeah, when everybody stands up and prays their sooner pray right after a show and you can't get out.

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It's very, very support line masajid will lies very annoying a lot. And it's a laugh as soon as against the sun. So I'm allowed to say that it's annoying because it's against the sun. That the people stand up and all start praying that's when the prayers like that. And then you're sat in the front thinking Well, what do I do now? I can't get out. I have to stand here and then the other some of them praying six o'clock at seven record, some of them stuck.

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You can't get over the message. You're sitting there thinking Come on, can we speed it up? You can't get out of the masjid. Soon that goes against the son of the Prophet sighs Allah. So now the Prophet sighs me do as clockhouse go pray at home.

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There's nothing wrong with praying in the masjid. But if you're going to pray in the masjid at least go over in the corner where you're not disturbing everybody and

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yeah, why you're not to stay

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Everybody, and while you're not doing it in front of like we're praying where you're blocking everybody from going out from the masjid. Now, okay.

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I want you then to talk me through a day of praying.

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Okay, including Sunnah, prayers, and all the rest. So we start at fudger.

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Okay, we start up at fudger.

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And I want you to put as many prayers as you can think of, if you miss a prayer. I'm going to tell you Mr. Okay, all the sudden the prayers, voluntary prayers, extra prayers, bonus prayers, everything you can think of. Okay. All right. Okay. All the prayers. So we start with the Adana fetcher our Sala to hi Romina No, okay, what do you do?

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Okay, we bring it all them you missed one.

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She said to hear it and missed it. She said the first one.

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She missed it. She missed one.

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Ah ha ha ha shala faki shanell Mufti. What you do is you make will go after Who do you pray to look at? That's that's a bonus prayer like after Waldo. When you make Waldo you pray to look at. Okay, then which prayer? Do you pray? We haven't gone to the masjid yet. You pray the Sunnah.

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Yeah, you pray the Sunnah of failure. Okay. At home, to look at when you go to the message you pray, to here to the masjid.

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like to welcome to greet the masjid. What is the hate? msgid mean? A lot of people don't know about this prayer. What does it mean? Before you sit down? You have to pray something? Do you really have to pray specific prayer? No, but you have to pray something before you sit down. So if you come early to the masjid you pray to hate and Masjid. And then you

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wait for federal federal comes and how many rock artists failure to look at you read aloud. Okay, how what do you predict the future?

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So now like, yeah,

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None after fetcher after surgery, you're not allowed to pray anything. wait to get in there soon. You're not allowed to pray anything after fudger until the sun rises to the height of a spear. What does that mean? until the sun rises to a height of a spear. So sunrise on this timetable says 821

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that's not the time.

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821 is when the sun breaks over the horizon. So

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let's just pretend this is the sun right? This is the horizon. You can tell I'm going over in the class today. And the sun when it breaks over the horizon like that. Yeah, when it just goes over the horizon. That's a 21 that's not to the height of a spear. How long does it take for the sun to rise to the height of a spear till the sun is like this over the horizon?

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how long

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it's good. It's a good guess. 15 minutes is a safe to be safe 15 minutes, some scholars said 12 minutes It depends on the place but 15 is safe 15 minutes after that. Now you can pray

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Doha, up to how many locker artists do have

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is to buy to up to eight.

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You can start praying 15 minutes after sunrise. And the best time to pray it is when the sun starts to get hot. Now I know in England the sun never starts to get hot, to be honest. But if you are living in a Hot Country roughly when do you think the sun starts to get hot?

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When before the hot give me a rough time you lived in Dubai, how 10 o'clock good 10 o'clock half 10 that kind of time when the sun really starts to get really hot. This is the best time to pray. Do have and especially it's good to pray too hard if you didn't pray the night prayer the night before. Like make up your night prayer with do have

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to have

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no you don't have to stay in the master to lead you to record when you finish. You stay in the masjid you pray your to record at 15 minutes after sunrise. Then you

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Go and then later on in the morning you finish the others. Okay. Okay, now comes the design of the hub. Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. Okay, so first you

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okay you don't make any Moodle you kept your will do since federal

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Okay, we're not going to be okay. We're not going to go through the widow prayers and all that stuff. Just we just talk about the regular ones so you are going to pray

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at home to look at then two more

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then go to the masjid to hear too many Masjid

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and then you're going to pray to her for a cat. After that, if you're going to go home Go home if you're not you're going anyways, you're going to pray two rakaat after the home. Okay, two after four. Okay, then comes awesome.

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Okay, if you want you can pray before us or two and two.

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But it's not from the regular prayers, the prophets I used to pray all the time. Okay, no, you can't do it. No, it's not that I just either we don't add something that isn't from Islam. But it's not something that the prophets did regularly. But you can do it because there is a hadith also, in which the prophets I some said beaner Cooley iqama teeny aubaine aquileia either naini Salah or Kennecott? He said between every event and iqama there is a prep

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acid comes for like at after acid how many records we pray

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none. absolutely zero because you're not allowed to pray at that time. Until Margaret. Margaret comes before Margaret pray to look at this is not from the things that prophecies and prayed every time but you can pray to record after the event of mother then you pray mcrypt three records and then after Muslim you pray to sooner right.

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Okay, then he comes

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again between the event in the economy of Asia you can pray to if you want to.

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For for Asia and the to rottie but the main two that come after Asia. Now it came to the night prayer. When does the night press thought?

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Where were you in Ramadan?

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After Asia, so the night press thoughts after Asia? When is the best time to pray the night prayer

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the last third of the night?

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I think the middle of the night. So you know when your parents tell you you're not allowed to wake up for a midnight feast. yet. What you need to say is that mom and dad is not a midnight feast is tahajud

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Yeah, so you wake up for to hydrate.

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Yeah, you wake up with hydrate.

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Ideally the last third of the night meaning before ledger time. So for example, if we look at the time right now, the time for McRib is 412. And the time for Federer is 620. So let's just keep it simple. Let's just say quarter past six to quarter past four. Okay, so what's the last third of the night?

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So from six to 12 is six hours and 12 to 44 hours. Okay, that means we have how many hours in total 10. So roughly roughly three hours before fetcher up to three hours before fetcher fetcher 623 so say from three o'clock roughly from roughly three o'clock in the morning, today as for today's time, three so three o'clock in the morning until 623 You don't have to get up that whole time. You could get up an hour before you could get up half an hour before you get up an hour and a half before

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how many Raka is pm a little

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tu tu tu tu tu the Prophet size M used to pray eight times in total, but you can pray as many as you want.

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You can pray as many as you want. So tu tu tu tu tu tu but what do you have to pray before the advent of federal comes in?

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winter okay what about if you don't wake up for the night print guys guys tension What about if you don't wake up for the for the night prayer? What about if you're not going to wake up?

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When should you pray your waiter

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after Isha before you go to sleep? I will hora de la one is to say that our Sani Holly My beloved the profitsystem told me

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He gave me advice. And one of the advices that he gave to Abu hurayrah was an otira Kabbalah and an M o chemical that you should pray the winter before you go to sleep. Like meaning if you're not going to get up for KML pray the winter before you go to sleep. Okay, but what if you pray the winter before you go to sleep? And then you do get up for pmla? What should now what should you do? Don't do the waiter again, which is only once. So if you did it before you go to sleep, and then you woke up for your midnight feast stroke. pmla Yeah.

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And then you prayed your pm? don't pray later. don't pray with her twice. Okay, cool. So that was the whole day's prayers.

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But really what we're saying to you guys is this. When you start off, you need to get your prayers. Right. Okay. I don't want anyone worrying about night prayers when they're not praying their five daily prayers. Get your five daily prayers. Right. When you five daily prayers. Alright, concentrate on your Witter

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and your two records before surgery. When you when you Witter and your two records before federal Alright, then look at the regular prayers, the ratibor prayers like before the heart after the huddle after Muslim after Asia and so on. And then look at your night prayer. Making sure that you try to even if you only pray your night prayer after issues Okay, finish a shall go home prayer night prayer, why not if you want to try and get your habit on that. So you build your habits up, you build it up. But the sad thing we have and I wanted to talk about this today because a lot of people do have this problem. And I think it's really important is a lot of people are struggling to

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pray their five prayers because of school because of you know that they're they're not managing to pray their five prayers on time. And it's so important because the Prophet sighs him said that actually the bane of our being a homeless sila fermenter, aka have occurred careful. The difference between us and them is the prayer and whoever lives as disbelieved. So it's so important that you guys get that habit of praying a prayer, even if what so how would you manage if school tells you you're not allowed to pray? I know you guys homeschool, so you don't know. But if school said to you, if you will, one day kidnapped and put in a real school, for your school

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in a in a non homeschooled school. And they told you that you are not allowed to praise.

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How would you manage it?

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Yeah, so the first thing you should try to do is you should try to convince them. So if you can't do that yourself, because you're too young, then bring up your parents bring the Imam of your Masjid bring, you know,

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bring, you know, whoever, but bring people who can convince your school that they have to let you pray. And as far as I know, it's not, I don't think that the school are able to stop a person from praying. Generally speaking, like religion is something that should be protected. And they I think the only reason they stop you from praying is they don't understand about praying what it is, or they don't understand how important it is for you. Or they think that you can't do it. They think they have to give you a mosque, we haven't built a mosque on the ground of the school.

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Okay, if you're struggling to convince them, and you don't manage to convince them to, you don't manage to convince them to to let you pray. Or they don't give you a room to pray. What are your options then?

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Okay, if there's time after school before I started, you could pray but right now in the winter in the UK, there is no time because Arthur Scots at 154. So there is no chance for you to pray. So what can you do?

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Yeah, excellent. Pray wherever you can. Because guess what, it is a free country what you're going to do, like, cut the grass up and start. I mean, what are you going to do put tape on the grass, like, you know, like, I can pray wherever I want. So you find the best place to pray and just pray there. And you know, the funny thing is, if you do that for a while, you'll soon see the school provider room for you. You know, like very quickly, school starts saying, Oh, you know, so really surprising. We found a room for you. This room is free. Yeah. Just start praying in the corridor.

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Pray under the stairs. Pray, you know,

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pray in the teacher head teachers office. No problem.

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Don't laugh, don't giggle too much. Okay, maybe not in your head teachers. I would pray that teachers office to be honest.

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Pray wherever the end of the day My prayer is more important to me than anything. So you have to have that mentality.

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No, we don't want to inconvenience people. We don't want to upset people. But at the end of the day, my prayer is, that's what makes you a Muslim. So to be honest, I don't have a second option. Either you give me a room to pray, whether I'm going to pray in the corridor, or if I'm going to pray on the field, or I'm going to pray on my you know, in the classroom, under my desk, at the end of the day, wherever it takes, I'm going to pray. Because nothing stops me from praying.

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And honestly, generally, the schools are not bad to be honest with you. They do allow people to pray, but they just don't understand how to. They think like, Oh, we have to provide them a Masjid. Or we have to provide them with whoo facilities, all we have to provide them with, and they just like, they find it very difficult to understand or they're scared. What if the whole school wants to pray? What if? Then they thinking what if the, you know, Jewish kids want to pray, and the Hindu kids want to pray, and the Buddhist kids want to pray, and the Christian kids want to pray together? How many? We're gonna have to build like churches and sit like they don't understand once you

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explain to them, that prayer just takes a few minutes.

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is very simple. I just need a space to put my head on the floor. I don't need anything else.

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I don't need a prayer Ma. I don't need any parameter. Nice. But I don't need one. I don't need a prayer mat the Prophet size and said, God, let's leave out Masjid and what are what the whole, the whole earth has been made as a place for me to pray on, and purify myself with? No. So you can make it easy, but you do have to also make sure that you don't make it difficult for the school.

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Why? Because what could happen is you stop them letting people pray, because you make it hard for them. Like for example, you make a mess in the bathroom and you throw the water all over the floor making water, then for sure. The school can come along and say it's a risk to the children and health and safety and all this stuff. Worst worst case, if you couldn't do it, what can you do in an emergency emergency?

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No, no, no, no, no, do not say to me something illegal, please.

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Please, I have parental responsibility.

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Know what you can do is join the harasser in a worst case situation is that just as soon as it finishes, school finishes preyed on acid. But that's not the proper way of doing it. But in an emergency situation where they didn't give you any option or whatever. But I can't imagine this being the case because you can easily ask for a bathroom break. I mean, if you're in the classroom, you can put your hand up and say, Can I go to the bathroom? You don't I'm not gonna have to tell you. I'm doing that. Excuse me, sir. Can I go to the bathroom? Please? says okay, go to the bathroom quickly. Go to the bathroom. In the first lesson may could all come back, sit down on the desk.

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Second time. Sorry, me the bathroom again. Please go and pray outside.

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Wallah. Yeah, go go into the bathroom. So you didn't lie. Take one step in the bathroom, take one step out, stop praying, finish your prep, empty cortado job done. The thing is that you have to realize that the prayer is so important. So the more but I would recommend the more you get together with other Muslims in the school together as a group, you can be strong, you can go and say, Look, just give us a room. 10 minutes, we don't want anything give us that. I mean schools have what gyms they have assembly halls they have

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not those kind of

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this conversation is not going good. Okay, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, be sensible again.

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So there's lots of options. Parents have to support their children to pray in school, they have to support their children to pray in school. And they have to show that they're willing, and they have to push the school to make it happen. Because otherwise will lie like these kids have to, like suppiler. Sometimes their parents are not able to do it at work, but they are not. They're not helping their kids. They're not protecting their children in terms of their prayers. And the thing is, you spend a lot of time in school in fact, you know, I personally think schools are kind of giant waste of time when it comes to proper schools, as opposed to homeschool, which is the best

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thing ever.

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The school you spent How long? You start school when you are five years old. Minimum now you have to be 1718 whatever 18 till you leave in all our time, you're not going to pray. And it's Apollo, how many years of your life? And then do you think you're going to start praying five times a day at 19? No, you build the habit when you're young or you're going to struggle to build it later on. So it's really important that the parents take praying in school seriously. Now.

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Is this gonna be sensible question? Okay, cool.

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Okay, some movies.

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Okay, very good question. People who are sick in hospital. So very relevant question at the moment a lot of people are, you know, what's going on at the moment a lot of people in hospital and struggling stuff. So how do you pray when you're in hospital? So the simple answer is fetac law, Mr. Potter, fear of law as much as you can do the best you can. But there is a long answer. The long answer is if you're able to stand stand, if you're not able to stand sit, if you're not able to sit, lie down. And if you're not able to lie down, do whatever you're able to do. If you're able to face the Qibla face the Qibla if you're not able to face the Qibla just do the best that you can if you

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can face between the East and the West or if you can face roughly, but even if you can't do that, and if you're able to make Rudel make will do but if you're too sick to make wood or make tm, we explain these in our classes so far. So you just do the best that you can. So for example, there are some people they are

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let's say for example, they are on a machine and everything and you know, they are conscious I mean they can they they awake, they can't they can't move. They can't get up and make Waldo maybe somebody would be nice and come and help them to make tm mobile world war but generally speaking, you know, these words are like sealed and then so what can they do? They can't make hudl they can't make to mom so what should they do?

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not pray. I just do the best they can if they can't do they can't do it. But they pray still pray. Okay, they can't move anything except the head. How should they pray?

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Just move your head. Yeah, make your core down a little bit. Make your route down a little bit more. You do the best you can you never stop praying no matter what situation you're in.

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Even if you can only move your eyes.

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The scholars said even if you can only move your eyelids. And even if you can't move your eyelids, even if the only thing you can do is imagine in your mind because you completely paralyzed last quarter Allahu Allah not make it happen. And he said paralyze the prayer. We don't leave the prayer. That's why when the Prophet says he was when he was about to die, what did he say? A Sala Sala the prayer the prayer. We don't leave it no matter what.

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Okay, I think that's probably a good amount for now that we wanted to cover. I wanted to cover praying in the group. How to pray. Yeah, I wanted to cover we can change the title. I wanted to cover how to pray in a group. But I think we'll probably do that next lesson. So that's about praying in a gym or how do you pray in a group? Where does the Imam stand? How do you follow the Imam and those type of things?

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We talked about that. Yeah. We'll talk about that next week in Sharla. You're right. We'll talk about that next week. Any questions?

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Any questions, guys? No. Okay. That's what allies would you have made easy for this lesson Allah knows best was salatu salam Urbina, Mohammed wila le he was so happy Ah, bye.