Channel: Tim Humble
Series: Tim Humble - Kids Class
wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah We begin with the praise of Allah and we ask Allah to exalt the mention and grant peace to our messenger Muhammad peace be upon him and his family and his companions. And this is the second part of the kids class on the topic of hedge. But I've got a confession to make. Okay, and I don't know if we don't have confessions in Islam No, no, I don't mean that kind of confession. I don't mean that. Okay. The we have a confession to make as in when I finished the class yesterday, like yesterday last week, I realized that I made a huge mistake
or a huge admission I forgot something in the camera.
What did I forget for Asia and use of who have made aamra how many times you've made or have you guys been to Morocco you two boys been to market? No. What about you to you girls? You haven't been so here I can use if you're going to tell me what I missed from last week. After mccamey Brahim, we said after you go round the caliber seven times and after you pray behind Ibrahim's place
no no before the hair before Safa and Marwa I missed something. Not after the prayer before that I missed something. Yeah, okay. After the prayer.
I missed something. I miss Zamzam.
I missed it. I didn't mention drinking from Zamzam.
So what I'm going to have to do because you guys have forgot, because you guys forgot to remind me, I'm not going to have to ask one of you to edit the video from last week to put this reminder in the this little bit inside of the video so that people don't learn it wrong because we forgot to say that after you have finished, praying, you've done you've done your seven times around the Kaaba, and you've prayed. After that. You need to drink from the water of Zamzam. And Zamzam is what what is what's the words? What is it? What's it about? Okay?
It's water. It's actually a well, it's a Well, you'd like a big hole in the ground where they extract water from it. Now it's all covered up as part of the mosque like the machinery and everything. They have huge pumps that draw well out of the water out from the ground, but it's actually a well, and the water when you drink it, you don't just drink it, you drink it until you're full. And you don't just drink it until you full you pour it over yourself as well. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he used to wash drink Zamzam, he would make it like he was like he was taking a shower. He would pour it all over himself as though he was taking a shower so
we didn't mention that last time. Okay, recap. Who can give me a recap on the camera. First of all, super quick. What is Amara?
Not hij we didn't hide just today. ombre was last week. What? Amala
a mini version of Hajj a small version of the pilgrimage, right a small version of Hajj. What's the major differences?
Let's had you travel all around you travel all all over the place. aamra is all in one place right in the mosque in Makkah
time. How long does Hajj take
the eighth ninth 10th 11th 12th and possibly 13th. So around six days, how long does it take?
Not seven minutes. You have to be super fast to do it in seven minutes. About three hours. So that's it. Those are the differences okay. In less than five minutes who can give me an A reminder about ombre
where do we start?
Okay, you start from home. Okay. And you need to travel to Makkah.
So you put your garments on suffer for a metaphor a man. What are the garments of ombre? What do you wear? For Amara for a man?
two towels. Very good. That's a very good description two big white bath towels.
One around your waist and one on your shoulders, or sheets or anything similar like that. The tall ones are actually better than the ones that are like bedsheets because the ones that are like bed sheets are super uncomfortable when you walk around in them. But yes, you have two big sheets, one, which is wrapped around your waist and and usually tied over and one which is wrapped around your shoulders and thrown over your shoulders like
like, yeah, like if you took a big towel and put one over over one shoulder and then threw the other one over the other side and be like, you know what we call a reader the top part of your two piece
garment. Okay, what about for a lady
there's no specific clothing for Hajj or Umrah for a lady, but she has to wear her Islamic clothing like whatever she would cover her hair and
apart from gloves and face no covering got no cover in the hands. No cover in the face.
If she has to cover a face, how does she cover a face with a hijab? Very good. Okay, I saw I'm gonna I didn't see you put your hand up.
llamada so next time I will definitely ask you Okay, so I'm sorry because you put your hand up and she didn't ask because I wasn't paying attention. Okay,
so I've got my garments on where's the first place I'm going to pass it to start my pilgrimage
everywhere is different but I'm going to pass it dude you know what the name of the places
the special place what what are those special starting points? Shall we call them starting points? That's quite a good name for them. Right? Like the place where you start your pilgrimage not like your home. I mean, the place where your the rights of the pilgrimage start where you start doing the actions of the pilgrimage. It's it's called a me caught me caught and there are quite a few of them dotted around. Do you know which the where the furthest one is? The ones the furthest away? Yes, you do. Where do you think it might be?
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The first one is Medina is next to Medina it's called good halifa and that's the starting point for people from Medina. So the people coming from Medina or from the north because Medina is in the north. People coming from that northern area they are going to start their pilgrimage from from the starting point like a race right you know you have a starting point and a finishing point yet so like the starting point, the meal cart, the starting point is going to be in Medina. So it's quite a long journey because Medina Tamaki is 400 kilometers, which is I don't know how many miles maybe 350 340 something like that. It's quite it's quite a reasonable
length, maybe 300 miles or so. So it's quite a reasonable length. You'd it will take you a few hours. It will take you a few hours to go.
It's not that many 1.6 170 7070 100 400 kilometers is 270 140 Yeah, but okay, nearly new. 300 new 300 miles 290 miles. Okay.
Where's the closest me caught?
My crap. Okay, not quite in Morocco because you can't start where you're going to finish. Have you ever seen a race that starts somewhere and finishes in the same place? It would be? I mean, not without going around them? If you just started with a finished? It's a little bit out but it's it's actually me on the road between Makkah and pif.
Is 400 kilometers. I don't know work out when I think it's two asset I said 290. So, yeah, I said 290. Eventually, I got my battery turns 17 nine, okay. It's very precise. I don't think the 400 kilometers is precisely it's like 400 and something. Anyway.
So the closest one is near a place called pif, which is around about 45 minutes away from Makkah half an hour way from Makkah. So the shortest journey from the starting point two ways to to the to the mosque in Makkah, is about 45 minutes. The longest one is about four to five hours. So
those are the starting points. They're dotted around loads of them dotted around different places, different starting points for different people. So if you're coming from the direction of Yemen, you have a starting point, if you're coming from the direction of Syria, you have a starting point if you're coming
Coming from the direction of Iraq, you have a starting point if you're coming from the direction of the West,
you have a starting point. So you reach a starting point. You start and you travel towards Makkah wearing your garments and reciting your
What do we call it?
What do you recite what we call it?
Tell tell via lab bake Allah Hama bake lab bakerella Shetty Kala kalah bake in Alhambra when near Metallica well molk luxury kalloch so you keep on reciting those words What does it mean? I answer your call or Allah I answer your call. You have no partner I answer your call. All praise and all blessings belong to you. As does everything in the world any local milk, you own everything lashley collect you don't have any partner.
You're going to reach mark. Inside of maca. You reach Where? The mystery of of how which is called the sacred mosque.
What's the difference in the sacred mosque and the Kaaba
which is inside of which one is inside of Which one?
So the Kaaba is a mosque inside of a mosque.
Yeah. A Masjid inside of a
Masjid. Right. So the Kaaba itself is a Masjid. It's it's
a structure like a building, which is?
I mean, I don't know, how would you describe it? It's, it's kind of
cuboid. It's cuboid shape. And it's probably big enough for what do you say maybe
25 people on each side or something like that? Maybe a little bit more?
Maybe more than that. Like it's not it's not like huge in size, right?
I don't know. I'm just trying to think if you stood one side, so yeah, maybe, maybe something like that. 30 people or something like that in a row on each side. So it's not really really big them around that Kaaba is the masjid al Haram, the sacred mosque. And that is a huge big mosque. So there's a courtyard around the Kaaba, which people pray on. Then there's the then there's the mosque continues after the courtyard. So the courtyard is like in the middle, then there is there is the building, there are all the people praying on all these different floors. I don't know how many floors they have now three or so forth.
And so some places, I think, mostly it's three, but they also have the basement level now and all these people praying and facing the cup. So we said you go into the Kaaba, where do you start your seven trips around the cat by your seven, seven circles around the Kappa, where do you start? At which place?
Yes, use of
because you put your hand up?
No, no, we're going around the Kaaba. You don't live in the Kaaba, right?
Okay, we're going around the Kaaba around and around and around. We're gonna go seven times around our left shoulder faces the, the the inside of the cat faces the Kaaba, and we're going around in a anti clockwise direction.
Where do we start?
No, not at the door. The stone. We started the Blackstone. The Blackstone is a brick or stone. But it was the last space. The last space where there was no brick. So the whole cabinet was built. It was built by first of all it was built by the angels. It was built by Adam, but it was famously built by Abraham Abraham. When Ibrahim built it, there was one brick left where there was no space and that was the black stone and it's on the corner before the door. So we'll quickly describe the cabinet we said it's a cuboid shape.
You start with the Blackstone on one corner. Then very close to the Blackstone you have the the door
keep going along the side of it and you have a semi circular wall which is about chest height.
You then come back around to the other side you have an uncovered corner the Monaco corner which is uncovered. It doesn't have any covering any cloth. And then you have the last part when you come to the Blackstone again. So you started the Blackstone. You raise your hand to wave and say Allahu Akbar
1234567 times every time you pass the Blackstone what
do you do?
You raise your right hand and say Allahu Akbar. Very good. So you went around seven times. Excellent. You went around seven times. You did your you did your thing. Is there anything that you have to say when you're going around the copper?
nothing specific but what is it what is the best thing to say in the last part, the last leg the last little? The last little part before the Blackstone
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our Lord give us good in this world and good in the hereafter and save us from the fire of help. Yes.
Ah, yes, that was I left you to research it. So I said the Kaaba is a mosque, right? It's a mustard. There's one place in the Catawba you can't pray
the amount not not the Amani corner. You said the Blackstone last week not the Blackstone. Not the door.
There's one place in the cafe you can't pray
on the roof.
And that's that's genuine. Like that's one thing the Prophet prohibited? Is he prohibited preying on the roof of the cap?
How tall is the cap in height of people? Like how? Maybe? No, I don't mean to exceed my height.
Maybe three, three of me.
I'm just guessing I'm just remembering when you start outside.
To Yeah, so it would take it would take quite a it will take quite a job to get on the roof. But the roof is the one place where you can't
You could but you still couldn't pray that if you use ladders or you don't use ladders, you still could have pray that he's not allowed to pray on the roof. Everywhere else in the cabinet. You can pray the door is usually closed. You know the cab they used to have two doors, not one.
The cab they used to have two doors. So people used to go in one door and out the other.
But before the time of the Prophet peace upon the people who were looking after the cab that they wanted to restrict the access to it, they didn't want everybody to be able to go in freely. So they closed one of the doors and they kept it. What else is wrong with the Kappa? So it's an interesting question. What's wrong? And when I say wrong, I mean, it wasn't done at the time of Ibrahim Abraham. What's wrong with the copper
the black covering, nor the case where the covering is fine. That's the covering is like a material covering that goes over the copper.
Like a giant I don't know you say like a giant curtain or something but like all the way draped all the way over the top. That's the kiswa
the shape of the Kaaba. So the first thing that's wrong is the, the shape. the Kaaba, when Abraham built it, you know, I said there's a semi circular wall on one part, that semicircular wall used to be a part of the building itself. So it was not a cuboid. It wasn't a cube. It wasn't a cube.
a cube at one part with a semicircle at the other. At the other end, at one end of the cube had a semicircle on it. But what happened was like a square that has a turn on one. Yeah, that's it like a square that has a half of
that has half of a circle on one part. But what happened was when the Cabo was damaged, and they had to rebuild it Quraysh, which were the tribe who was looking after it, they didn't have enough pure money, all of their money was haraam money, bad money. They didn't have any enough good money to build it. So they only built it to the height of chest height. They couldn't build it all the way up to the roof. But that gives us two really good things. First of all, it means it's easy for you to go inside the cabin. How can you go inside the cabin if the door is locked and you don't have the key?
just going to the semicircle? Because the semi circle has two little gaps beside the wall where you can just walk inside. But what must you not do? When must you not go inside?
When must you not go inside that semi circular wall
when you're going around seven times, because you wouldn't have gone around, would you? You would have gone through not around. So you can't take shortcut? Yeah. Okay. So that is that
About the Kaaba, and you've gone around seven times, Allahu Akbar, you're, you're waving towards a stone. And then you're gonna pray behind maqam Ibrahim macom. Ebrahim is the place where Abraham stood here. So it's it's like a kind of a brass golden dome kind of thing,
which is a little bit, maybe one and a half my height or something like that. And inside there is a rock with with footprints in it. So it's where Ibrahim stood,
originally that was very close to the cat, but it was actually nearly touching the Kaaba.
Does anyone know who moved it?
Do you know who moved in makonnen Rahim from being close to the Kaaba to being about
you know, a few meters out from it.
Ahmed, the Companion of the Prophet slicin, second halifa Arma he moved it, why do you think he moved it?
People were getting crushed. People were getting crushed. And that just shows you that. You know, Islam is not a religion of
like symbology you see what I mean? Like symbols like that, that, you know, it has to be there because that's where it always was like, if it's going to cause that difficulty for people, he moved it.
Why last question about the cover? Why did the Prophet peace upon him not rebuild the Kaaba? He had the money for to rebuild it. Why did he not rebuild it? In the shape that it was at the time of Abraham?
know not to make it easy for people to come inside and pray.
Because people he was worried that people were not used to it. And he didn't want people to turn away from Islam, because they felt like
he did something that was like for it. He said to Ayesha, he said if it was not for the fact that your people were new to Islam, I would have demolished the Kaaba and rebuilt it, as Abraham did, as Ibrahim did. But he he didn't because he was frightened. The people were new to Islam, and maybe some of them would leave Islam because they were not, you know, it was strange to them. Like how can someone demolish the Kaaba and rebuild it, but he wanted to rebuild it in its original shape. But he decided that it's not worth to rebuild it. And for people to feel like,
you know, to feel strange or to feel unfamiliar with it. We it's not worth the harm of what will happen if I rebuild it is more than the harm or more than the benefit that I want from rebuilding. And that's something very important in Islam, which is that if you're going to do something, and make things worse, you shouldn't do it.
So he was frightened, it would make things worse. Because the people were new. A lot of people were new to Islam. It wasn't. It was a time when lots and lots maybe like
you know, 50,000 plus people were new to Islam.
He didn't want to
make a bigger problem by them feeling like he came and changed what they knew and what they were familiar with. Okay, we've done our prayer behind macom Ibrahim. If you can't find the space behind macom Ibrahim, where can you pray
anywhere in the mosque, anywhere in the masjid. Okay, if you can't find the space behind macom Ebrahim anywhere, then you're going to go to where
zamzar Volcania need glasses. Okay, you're gonna go with exams, I'm drinking some some drink it as much as you can pour it over yourself, then you're going to go to
suffer and model that was a fun model.
To mountains, okay. You stand on top of suffer you face the Kaaba, you make supplication. You go down, you run between the green lights. You go up again. You go down again. You go up again you go down again. Go up again. Go down again. Until you've done it seven times. That suffer tomorrow. Why is one model what's a sofa is to sofa to model what is 34567? You'll finish at
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Each one you make, and you run, when you reach the bottom of the valley you run, you run. Now it doesn't feel like a valley anymore. Like they talk about a valley because now it's part of the masjid. So it feels like just another part of the building. But originally it was two mountains in a valley in between and at the bottom of the valley you would run but now it's just part of the building. It just feels like part of the building.
Last thing to do to finish your camera.
cut your hair. For the boys shave your head with a blade if you can't, if you can't, then with the machine if you can't then just trim it with scissors but you have to trim from all over the head. For a girl you only trim and you trim the tip of a finger the tip of a finger length from the bottom of your head not all over the whole head from the bottom of your hair all over like the whole bottom of your hair from all the way around you to
the tip of a finger. Alright, that finishes the ombre ombre which is the mini pilgrimage you can do at any time of the when's the best time to do a run from the head is not allowed to have a best time like you think best time to do is like December because it's called her
when's the best time
no not before I could guess though.
Not during Hajj.
The best time is in Ramadan.
walmartone fear Ramadan tidal hijjah How can I call the Umrah in Ramadan is equal to A Hodge
so yeah, definitely. And definitely one of the best times to do it is these days to 10 days of the hedger. Okay, what data we offer the ledger today?
The eighth, right? Because tomorrow will be the ninth which will be alpha and a day will be on Tuesday. Okay, today is the eighth. It's perfect for our class, because we can tell you how much
is going to start today.
So what are the people going to do in hajj today? On the eighth of the ledger right now, if you went look at Saudi I mean, maybe Saudi is ahead of us in time. So it's probably for them. It's past a little bit but earlier on today, what did the people do in hedge today?
What do you think?
Good guest but nope, they did that in the camera. After camera. They took their her arm off. And they wore their ordinary clothes. If the lady was covering a face and hands if she wants to she was everybody's back to normal and they're just praying in Makkah enjoying themselves.
And the eight comes, what are they going to do?
Get back into your Iran. Where do you get into Iran? Do you go back to the starting point?
What do you think? Practically? You imagine Mecca to Medina, the time by is 400 kilometers, right? So that's a that's a long time to travel by camel.
No, you certainly couldn't go in a day and come back by call. You can go in a day and come back but it would be hard. So where do you think you're going to go?
No, it's too far to go back.
You can stay there. Very good. You're going to go absolutely nowhere. And you're going to put your garments on from the place you are staying in Makkah. Because you've done your Umrah, right, you're doing your aamra you finished you came out of your garments, you you put your regular clothes on. Now you're going to put your Hodge garments on your head on, you're going to put it on
from your hotel,
or your house or wherever you're staying in Makkah.
You put it on now what you need to do, logically.
What did we do in Umbra? When we put our garments on? Are we past the starting point?
And we want the car? Yeah, before before that.
Have you gone solid? Yeah, on the aeroplane. Then after that. When the pilot said you were about to cross the start line. Then we talked
before the baker Lama
intention you've and generally in Islam we never verbalize our intention right? We never say or Allah, I am going to pray for like a part of ourselves in restful call behind the image. We don't verbalize, but we do verbalize it in hajj and umrah so in Amara, what did we say the bake Allahumma Allah, Allah I'm answering your call for Amara. Now we're going to say let bake Allah who Mahajan
Allah and answering your call for Hajj.
And then we're going to start lab bake Allah Hama bake. Lab. bakerella Sherry, Kayla Kayla bake in Alhambra, one near Metallica. Well mulk Sherry khaliq and that's going to continue all until Ed
you can it's all right in your sleep. You can stop saying Robbie or give me a look like
no, you're not gonna you're not going to be able to do so continuously continuously but you try to keep it going as much as possible, especially when you're changing to a new area a new place traveling. So I'm in my hotel in Makkah. Did anyone think it was worth me getting shower?
Yeah, before the alarm, because now with with Amara on the aeroplane It was difficult we would have done it from home. But for Hajj and Umrah if you can, it would be better to make hosel before you put your head around like to make a full shower before you put your head on. So you put your her arm after you made a full shower like the shower you would take on a Friday. like to show you a take on a day so you make a full shower before you do so. You put perfume where for the boys, not for the girls for the boys. Where do you put perfume on your own skin, not on the towel. And not on anything else. You put it on your own skin before you say lebay cologne Mahajan, before you start your
intention, once you start your intention, you're not allowed to perfume. You're not allowed to cut your hair. You're not allowed to cut your nails. You're not allowed to get married, you're not allowed to arrange your marriage, you're not allowed to cover your head for boys. You're not allowed to wear sewn clothing. So no trousers, shorts, socks, and all that stuff you've just got your two garments on so you got to make sure it's nice and secure.
So I'm sitting in my hotel and wearing my two white garments. One is tied securely around my waist. One is wrapped over my shoulders. I had done my shower, I'd applied my perfume to my skin. I had said law a call law Mahajan, while I'm answering your call for Hajj. And I started let bake Allahumma bake. And now what do I do?
For sure I need to leave my hotel room.
Not to the Kaaba. Now, we're going to head over to a place called Mina
Mina is sometimes known as the city of tents. Why do you think that is?
Because it's full of tents. And when we say tents, I'm not talking about like, go camping tents. Yeah, I'm not talking about your local like, go outdoors. And you get like a tent for five people. I'm talking about a tent that can hold 400 people.
And not maybe not that much. 150 people per tent? Or 100? Yeah, at least 100 150 people per tent. Like a circus tent. Yeah, quite not as big as a circus tent. 100 people squashed something like that. And those tents are all arranged in like little communities. Because obviously you don't want people to get lost. And can you imagine being in a place where there are 4 million people staying in identical tents? Do you know how hard it is to find your way around? When you are in a place where there are 4 million people staying in identical tents. The all the tents are identical. Yeah. is extremely after without Google Maps. And before Google Maps it's extremely difficult to find your
way around. So they're organized into kind of gated communities where you have like people from one place maybe people from the UK and US together people from say India together people from say for example.
Some big countries have their own huge areas, some join together, who are you know, from similar countries, they all countries in a similar area, they joined together and so on. So you go to attend in Mina and you go in the morning, so they've already gone right now whoever's performing the hajj has already reached Minar. So when you reach me
That you stay in your tent you don't go to the masjid you don't go to the materialism Masjid but you don't go to the masjid and if there was if everyone went to the masjid
they would have they would take it would take a lot of time to get to the back room for front row. But
there is a Masjid but instead what you do you pray the sun net is not to go the sun net is to pray in your tent. So what's the first prayer that we're going to have to do because we went in the morning
federal we prayed in Makkah
so when we're in Minar The rule is every prayer is shortened but not combined.
So that means that all the for all the prayers that are four become two
two stays the same three stays the same. All of the prayers that are for which prayers are for
vor and Asia there's no for for us
okay the her and ask her and Asia they become too but we still pray them on time we don't join the hotel.
We don't join mclubbe in Asia we pray the her on time to answer on time how many to Margaret on time. No three
Asia on time to Yeah, so all the ones that are four become two. All the ones that are four become two. So there we are in Mina, we prayed our door. We stayed remembering Allah. We prayed our answer. We stayed remembering Allah we prayed our Muslim and our Asia. Why? What's the benefit of going to Minar on the eighth
it's called the oma total We are the day of transporting the water and preparation. So remember, you know, in those days they didn't have water pipelines and pumps and everything that bring you fresh water, not people used to go and actually transport the water for the pilgrims to Minot because minase a place nobody really lives there except the Hajj. That's it. And it's inside of Makkah, but just on the far edge of muck, just inside of mica. Okay, so Mila, you get ready, and you rest. Because what is coming after Mina is the ninth and the ninth is tomorrow. What day is tomorrow?
out of Yo,
what is alpha?
Is it a person? A place? A time? A day? What is alpha?
No sir mountain. It's absolutely not a mountain 100% guarantee you it's not about it.
It's not even like a mountain. It's the exact opposite. If you could not quite the opposite move opposite of a mountain valley. It's a place
What is it? What do you know what it is? It's a giant desert plane. Like a big open area in the desert. And it's outside of Makkah.
It's outside of Makkah.
we're still in our Iran. When the boys go to sleep. What do they not do?
That they don't cover their heads. But of course they can have the tent over their head but they don't put a sheet over their head. You get it for free. Do you pray fudger in minutes, in minutes. Tomorrow morning, the people who are doing the Hajj in minute they will wake up in the tent and they will prefer
after fudger they're going to make their way to our office.
Yes, you said
you pray in your home government. Yes. You sleep in it you can change it for another one if you like to me personally, I think that Sony you only wear it for for two days. To me. It's just you know you're going to get dusty and disheveled anyway.
So you make your way to alpha. In alpha Originally there are no tents, there is nothing. But these days they do build like, like covers for people so they don't get burned by the sun. So yeah, there are all kinds of tents. But these are not the kind of smaller tent. These are just one big tent for 400 people and there's no space in sight. So there's just one really big tent and about 400 odd people inside of it. And then another one and then another one. They're like circus tents like more like really just really really really big, giant tents, you know, like the ones in the ones in Minar
More like sleeping tents, but therefore, you know, 100 people or whatever, these are much, much bigger.
They wait in alpha, until
actually, the sooner is that they arrive in alpha.
And they don't actually go into it. They actually don't go to the tent. First of all, they stay outside of it. And they reach there at a lot of time.
A lot of time, in alpha, we shorten and combined.
What does that mean? shorten and combined?
So we prayed so hard to answer to and we pray them together.
Not together like one prayer, we skip the Santa Santa Monica Moroccan to la Santa Monica to Allah than the iqama. Then again, we pray Our sir,
to record Right.
So that's two for the whole 10 separate prayer to foster. Then there is a quote by a speech.
Where did the Prophet cisilion pray? And where did he give his quota?
Not in No, not in a tent? Not in the tent or not in that not? Not on the plane of alpha at all?
No. Yeah, very good. Excellent. there's a there's a really big mosque, which is half inside of alpha and half outside, like as big as this, nor the tents bigger than this than the room we're in now. It's about double. It's about double the size of the room. We're in now.
The whole building.
Yeah, the room we're in now, like, take this room right now with the ceiling and go like double again. But he the mosque is a is a is a building. It's half inside half outside. So the Prophet size would give his he would pray for an answer, shortened and combined. That means two and two,
but prayed at the same time.
Meaning pray one, finish, stand up, pray the next one. Then he will give the quota, the sermon, then the people would go into alpha. And they would stand here the Prophet size and stood on a little mountain called a mountain like a little hill called Jebel Rama, the mountain of mercy. But everywhere in alpha, you can stand anywhere, anywhere you can find inside of alpha. But where do you have to be careful, you have to be careful, you're actually in alpha. Because the Prophet said and Hydra alpha hatches alpha. You have to be careful, you're actually inside of alpha. Right? Because a lot of people what they might do is go to the mosque and remember the mosque is half half the masjid
is half and half, half inside half outside. So no you don't you go out from the masjid you go into alpha. And you have only one job. What is your one job in alpha?
lots and lots and lots of
all the way from the time that the that the hook back ends? Which if you imagine praying for an asset together, let's just say that the hole is half past one. What time will it be by the time we finish the hot on acid?
Two o'clock example. Yeah, maybe Quickly eat something?
Yeah, if you want.
Now from then until Margaret,
which there might be seven o'clock or six o'clock?
Or like that time you're making? Maybe four hours? Maybe four to five hours? Maybe more or less?
And you're standing making two. How many dials Can you make in four hours? lotsa
Is it okay to take a break then? Yeah, it's okay to take a break. Sometimes you have to take a break. Sometimes you have to just take a break. But it's not time for sleeping. It's not time for you know taking a nap. It's not time for eating is just supplication. Why?
Why is it so important?
Because it's the day that the most people are freed from the fire.
There is no day when Allah frees more people than the fire from the fire then you have alpha.
That day he friess the most people get to be saved from the fire and goat agenda the most people
and the Prophet stood until the sun
and the sunset he stood and he stood and he stood making
what should you ask a lawful?
Always remember him Okay good.
Good being good okay. Asking for gender okay?
Ask him for everything good you want in this world on the next ask him
because you're not asking someone who has a limit what he can give you right?
Okay very good. So that is out of the best thing you can say is La ilaha illa Allah, what who luxury killer, la Hulk well ahamed wahoo ally coalition.
And on that day, Allah boasts to the angels.
Allah boss to the angels, that my servants have come shatters and rubra they have come to me and they're dusty. And they disheveled the dirty they were in the wrong garments covered in sand.
And they've come to ask Allah to forgive them and to ask Allah to for agenda and to be saved from the fight. And Allah promises to give them what they came
and had to Allah. The Prophet said, all of Hajj is alpha, the big thing in hajj is out of
after alpha, it's Mandala bracelets tomorrow, it's March the ninth and it's marked up. Now, what's the profit? So I said
he didn't pre market.
Remember, he's traveling is going to join. But he didn't join in our offer. He left.
And he went to another place called was deliever.
And this is between alpha and Minar.
It's between alpha and Minar. And it's also called l mesh r. l haraam, the secret place.
And the Prophet went peace upon him until he reached most Delica. And then he prayed multilib and Asia together, how many Raka from offerup. Three, how many for Asia, two. So that means he prayed three, he finished the prayer he stood up and he prayed to four
and then he rested.
And of course he did his two and so on.
And he rested
until a time of
federal issue has gone
Hey, pray, pray yours, you know, voluntary prayers and so on. But he rested until federal so now it's federal on which day
eat it's fudger on ed is failure on ad and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
he is where where is he was Delica
mas delissa has no tense at all. In fact, most of the time it doesn't even have a place to sit must elephant is a desert plain. And because you only spend a short time there. And because it's at night, you just find a place in the hard
you know sand or the hard ground and you just sit down. And if you feel like sleeping, Allah help you.
Because that ground is hot,
or lies very hot. From the days from the sun in the day all day. It's been you know, the sun has been shining on it. It's hot. The only thing that they are built in was delaford is just some places for for the bathroom. But other than that there is no tent. And the strange thing is there there are not really any identifying marks and either
you're still in your home.
What you just do take the top off,
find a place to lie down lie down on it.
Try to sleep but actually now Alhamdulillah in some some places they give you some soft coverings to lie on some like camping, camping, you know floor coverings and things but not everybody gets it and when you go to most elevators, shocking experiences and more strange thing because you go and it's just people everywhere feet two feet shoulder to shoulder with everybody and everyone is just trying to find a place to lie down and just find anywhere on the ground to lie sit you standing over people. Sometimes many people they go to use the bathroom they don't find a group again.
Find the place where they lie down again. Because there's just people everywhere lying down,
go there they come back, or where's my kid get to if they have a mobile handle or the phone, the hedge, hedge group and say, where are you? I can't see. But many times people get separated there because there's not just a place to lay on the floor.
last few years I went, it's been better. They've had ground coverings and had some areas which are reserved for people. So each group can go to an area. But still,
now it's the morning of eight, you pray fudger, where
it was delaford where you are on the floor.
Then you remember a lot until sunrise. You stand and make two until sunrise. But there's a group of people you won't see at sunrise. Who are they?
And why won't you see them?
Because they're asleep? No, no, no, no. At sunrise.
Even at federal you didn't see them.
They are women,
children, those who have issues with them mobility like maybe they in a wheelchair, the elderly, the sick.
Where have they gone?
home? no naka, they all left after half the night. So when half the night is passed, and believe me, when we get towards delaford. This is how it goes. We arriving was Jennifer. And everybody says I'm going to stay the whole night. I'm going to stay until federal Yeah, it's fine. They lie on that hot ground for 20 minutes. And it's like, have I got an excuse to leave? I'm feeling unwell. Can I leave now. And then everybody wants to leave after half the night. So women, children, those who are sick, those who have issues with them ability like wheelchair users, people who are accompanying them, like so the man who is accompanying his wife and he will go with his wife, and they will leave after
half of the night at midnight or just after midnight. They will they will leave
if they want to. But as soon as for them to leave.
In any case, they're both going to do the same thing. When you leave most Delhi five, whether it's the middle of the night or whether it's sunrise, you're going to make your way to Mina and you're going to come to the jemalloc which are the big stone pillars.
Before this you collected your stones now I'm going to take a guess from you. Over the days of Hajj. How many stones Do you think that you need to collect?
that will do fine for each morning but it won't do any other any good. Any other type?
There are three pillars
10 I think any more than 10.
Less than 100.
Okay, so let's see. When are you going to stone the gem rocks. You're going to stone on IED morning. Just the big one. That is missed the first pillar. Miss the second pillar stone the third pillar. When you stone the pillar. You're going to take little pebbles the size of a chippy not rocks here. Not bricks, not shoes. Yes, I've seen people throw shuki suitcases back in the day shoes I saw people throw. No, no, you throw little pebbles. It's symbolic. Yeah. People shaper. Now you're gonna throw pebbles here. And you're gonna throw seven
pebbles at each pillar. Okay. You missed the first pillar because I need you don't do that one. You missed the second pillar. You go to the last pillar, your left shoulder faces marker 1234567 each one you say Allah. Allah. Allah. Allahu, Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allah who tell you is seven. What happens if you have to throw for someone? Like maybe at someone's sick, unwell?
Or you're scared maybe they're like, for example, wheelchair user and you're frightened. Maybe it's not safe for them. So you throw yours first. All of them and then you throw that's
okay. You leave no to at that time you go. What changes now? Is that when you come to the pillar, you stop doing lebay Kala Houma Bay bake. And what do you do instead?
Yeah, cuz it's Ed. Allahu Akbar, Allah who I
Federal law who I love is in the law law ECMO Allahu Akbar one in he'll hand the tech Pirata eight the tech beer of eight. Yes, you
know, no I big Where you going? What all the time you go. Okay, so you stone the pillar you have to do
some other things. What's the next thing you have to do?
Before that on another day if you don't go to Hajj, what should you do? If you don't go to Hajj, what should you do on alpha day?
Not make dot home not what should you do on alpha day? What are you going to do tomorrow?
fasting. So you should fast. Okay? He should. Fast if you're not going to go to alpha. So tomorrow all of us going to be fasting. Okay. Clear. All right. What do you do on a day?
Open presence, not on hygiene.
What do you do any day?
sacrifices the next one. You don't have to do in the same order. You can do any order, but you've stoned. Now you are going to do your
sacrifice. in hajj. Actually, in real hard you don't do the sacrifice because there's too many people to give everybody a knife and an animal you know, but you you arrange for the sacrifice to be done.
Okay, after that, what do you do?
hair again. Okay, so for the boys shave the hair with a blade if you can, if you can't with the machine if you can't cut from all over the head for the girls, just one tip of a finger from the bottom of their hair. Okay, yes.
Huh? How does it grow in that time? I know. That's why some of the scholars they said if you do aamra near to Hajj, you shouldn't shave your head in Amara, you should just trim it because otherwise it won't be enough. But for me, I shaved my head in in ombre and then three days later I shade there's plenty there to shave and hatch.
After you've done two out of three,
the two are stoning. Shaving the head, not the animal and tawaf in Makkah, going around the cabin, mucker, two out of three, you can take off your home
and go back to your normal clothes. So what we usually do is stone the Gemma cut the hair, shave their head and change. Go take a shower in May, in Mina tents, go take a shower, get yourself back into your normal clothes. And then you need to go and make power off. Go around the Kaaba. You're going to do top off around the Kaaba and you're going to do also you're
you're going to do that you're going to go to
and you're going to wear your normal clothes, you're going to go to Makkah, and you're going to do your toe off and say
that is the toe off of Hajj and the side of hedge. How do you do top of hedge? Exactly like you did toe off camera except you don't uncover your shoulder and you don't run the first three okay how do you do the suffer Mandala? exactly the same as you would do in armor
that okay Everybody understand? Yes
What do you mean
like home home? You know like
you don't pray into like if you're doing hedge Very good question is a very good question you don't pray ease prayer if you didn't hatch, you stone the gemora you sacrifice the
animal you shave your head you come out of your clothes into your normal clothes you go and make top off and say
you pray you pray each prayer at its time.
Each prayer it's time and you shorten but you don't combine shorten but you don't combine if you pray mucker behind the Imam you have to pray full because the Imam is painful. Okay, you finished your sign your your normal course you've been suffer mattawa normal shaving The head is already shaved. You're in your normal clothes. Now what you're going to do?
Go home. No, no, no, no, no. back the minute
again. Yeah, this is Hodge back to Mina. Now in Mina. You're going to stay in Mina For how many days whatever is left on the 10th the 11th
12th and if you want to the 13th
we nearly finished five more minutes.
So you're going to stay in Minar, the 11th. That's the day after eat, and the 12th. That's the another day after eat. So that will be Wednesday, Thursday, and the 13th if you want.
What are you going to do on those days? You're going to pray each prayer shortened, but not combined. And what are you going to do? What's the main thing to do on those days?
After No, there's no fasting on those days. The prophets have said a year more actually, more should have been well, they currently lack today's to eat and drink and remember Allah.
Stone the Gemma, right? So now Yes, again each day. So now let's count. This time you're going to stone all three pillars
with seven stones each. How many is that?
You stone, the little pillar. They're all the same size, but they call it the small one. The first one, you stone it seven types. Yeah. Then you make two for as long as you can, away from the pillar. Otherwise you can get storms through and
then you go to the next pillar and you stone seven times best Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. And then you make two as long as you can. Then you go to the third pillar and you stone
seven times, then you leave. Without. Yes, confusion.
As long as you can before you get tired.
Yeah, yeah, before you get kicked out. Because they because of the crowds, they keep saying, Come on, move on, move on, as long as you can. Okay. Brilliant. You do that every day for the 11th.
The 12th slot. Now how many stones is that? 21 and 21 is 42 plus seven was from the first day was 49.
If you stay for another day,
another day, you'll need another 21. How many is that? Make?
No. 2121 21 is how many 63 plus seven from the first day yet. So you need if you're going to do stay the whole time, you're going to need
Very good. Where do you get them from? So the Prophet took his peace reporting from was dedica.
But you can take them from any way including Mina and alpha as well.
You have to get them first. Yep. Otherwise, you have to beg for stones. But what stones? Are you not allowed to use?
Big Rock? No, no, the big rocks. We know the big rocks. You're not allowed to use the ones that bounce back from the pillar and they don't fall in the basin. So the pillar the jemalloc pillars are big stone pillars, big concrete pillars. And this around the pillar there is like a moat. Do you know what I mean by moat? Like when you have a castle with a moat? Yeah, there's like, but not water. It's just like, like a whole, like a, like a basement. Yeah, so the stone has to hit the pillar and bounce into the hole. It's not difficult, trust me. It's not like really, it's like one of those games that you have to it's nice, it's really easy. But if it bounces too far out and comes
back to your feet, you can't pick that stone up again because Allah didn't accept it, you have to just leave it and get some more stone. So you should have more than 70 stones. You should need like maybe should have like at 90 stones. The stones have to be stones, not tarmac, not brick, not glass.
Not suitcases, not snippers.
Allah did not accept that stone. If it bounces back and lands at your feet
or someone else's head. When I first went to Hajj, someone threw seven stones at the back of my head. I think he thought I will shape on.
But he was a bit shorter than me. He was a bit short and he said Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, the first one hit my head. I said, Ah, is a pebble. I said, Oh, and he looked at me and then he threw another one about hitting my head and I looked him out. And he took another one, Allahu Akbar bottom and he hit the back of my head. And then by this time, I thought, one God, please. But the point is that his stones were not accepted. He had to throw seven more, because he didn't hit the pillar and go in the base and he hit me.
Yeah. So you have to be a little bit careful about
Okay, so you did your prayers, each prayer separately, you threw your stones.
And you throw your stones between roughly just a bit before the hot but around the horn until that's the time you throw your stones. Okay, what do you do? We now said eight is Tuesday, with on Wednesday, we throw the stones. On Thursday we throw the stones at marketing on Thursday, you have a choice. You either need to be outside of Mina by Margaret or you have to stay the next day.
So either you get out by mohareb or you need to stay
at this traffic jam, it doesn't matter your intention is enough. But if you you need to be out of Mina by March
in to be out of Minar bye. Bye, Margaret. That is on
on Thursday. If you're not out by Margaret, you need to stay for Friday. But Friday up, there is not many people so it's easy to stone very quick, and you go
Okay, you've done your stoning on Friday, because that's the best thing to stay the extra day. You've done your stoning on Friday. Now what you're going to do, now you're going to do your farewell call off. What do you think it means farewell to off. Goodbye, right? See, see because you're going to say farewell to to Makkah the Kaaba. So you do the toe off the same way you do it all the time going around the Kaaba, you started the Blackstone Allahu Akbar you got Waldo go seven times around in the last part Robin it never dunia has all that same process. You pray behind macom
Ibrahim, and then ideally you leave Makkah strip pretty much straight away as much as you can. Maybe you can't leave straight away but as much as you can you try not to don't do any more shopping, don't do any thing after that. The last thing you do in Makkah, is the tawaf and the prayer. And then you go home, and your Hajj is inshallah complete. What's the reward of Hajj?
The Prophet said, I'll own Morocco, or Marathi can follow Tony maybe now Homer will headjam abroad, Lisa who just really agenda from camera to Umbra, it forgives what happens between them the mistakes you made in between and Hajj has no reward except gender. You get gender as a reward for Hajj. inshallah if you're hijacked accepted what is the hygiene that's accepted the hygiene that doesn't have a refer
well for su well gee that fella Rafa Wallah for suka. While he delaford has three things you can't have
rough as bad language to hedge that doesn't have bad words and bad things in it.
For so doing sins and doing bad actions, evil deeds, and gee doll arguing with people. If you can do the hedge without those
then inshallah the hydro v mob rule, and you get two rewards. First of all, you return Kal mula, datca omac. You become like the day your mum gave birth to you, nor sins are totally wiped out. And
you get the reward of Jenna, you get paradise.
That's the reward of accepted hatch. Before we finish the class, yes,
it stays but you but you keep doing mistakes after that you have to try to do it again. Or you have to try and ask Allah forgiveness again. Okay. All right. I have a couple of things. First of all, did anyone have any questions about the Hajj itself, like what we described the different days? It was just a quick overview. We didn't go into every little little thing, but that was the basics of the Hajj, more or less.
Those are the basics of the hedge.
what are you going to do tomorrow on alpha day?
fast, okay. And pray Okay, fast. All right. You're going to fast on alpha day. What are you going to do on a day?
You're not going to be storing any jemalloc Please don't throw stones at your brother and sister. You're not going to be storing any you're not going to be rushing to muck back again. Please don't shave your head or cut your hair particularly.
What are you going to do?
sacrifice the animal if if you're the one who has paid for it.
For your family to sacrifice an animal, who story do we remember in sacrificing the animal?
Abraham story when he was told to sacrifice his son
And when he put a smile down and a smile said, Yeah, but if Alma told mom or my father, do what you've been commanded to see, look at your kids today.
Ibrahim said to his son, I've been commanded to kill you. And his son said, All my father, do what you've been commanded. will tell you mom tells you to put your shoes under the chair at home and you say no.
And he saw panela Look at the difference. He said, Yeah, but if I met him, and he lied down, and when Ibrahim Put the knife to his neck, Allah called to Ibrahim A year Ibrahim had sadaqa to roya you have brought the dream true the dream has come true because in the dream, he never saw him that he killed him. You just saw that he was he had put the knife to him.
And instead what was he told to do with the knife?
What was he told to do with a knife and kill a sheep sheep very good. Or for a day now who will be the behind? Avi?
We, we we we run some him with a sacrifice. And so we sacrifice on that day? If If you have arranged to do that for yourself, for your family, but usually for the kids, usually your mom or dad would arrange would arrange for a sacrifice for the house. One per house, not one per person.
What What about each prayer? what you guys do in on each prayer? How do you do the eight prayer?
First of all, what comes first the prayer or the hookah? Prayer, the sermon
No, that's July in July the hotel comes first.
And read the prayer comes first. What's different about the eight prayer to normal press?
You only pay two okay, but I pray to in federal as well. So it's kinda it is different. But what's different to normal press?
No, it's too high time. It's still too high time. It's not not exactly normal time. But still.
my microphone is just caught on second.
I got my microphone caught trapped. Okay.
What's different about eight prayer? Come on, guys. We prayed before.
Extra extra tech pirot. Okay, in the first
record, the first one for eight.
Allahu Akbar. Each one raising your hands. Allah who aquabox Akbar.
Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar, soon to be seven.
And we seven
is going to be seven.
And that seven is going to be tech ability to her arm and it's gonna be seven.
Then in when you can't, when you stand up after prostrating after surgery, and you stand back up again for your second rocker. Again, there's going to be five Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allah Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar five.
In the second one. Yeah. All together.
Okay, what about before the eat prayer? What does everyone sit and do?
This is your job on Tuesday.
It's your job and Tuesday. Tech Virata Allah Akbar Allahu Akbar Allah or a kebab. Love in, in the law, a law or a law who actually in hand
until the price starts, after the prayer prayers to rock out like Juma prayers like to Juma prayer, like Juba, how you pray or Juma. It's allowed the Imams reading aloud. Alhamdulillah hero, Baron, I mean, yeah.
And it's like Juma except it's got the extra, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar in the beginning and, and in the second rocket, okay. After the age prayer, there's the hookah. Whoever wants to stay can stay, whoever needs to go can go it's better for you to stay and listen to the hookah. What else is different about the need prayer? Where do you pray eat prayer.
No, not at the mosque, generally, and not really at home. You can outside the mosque in a in a place which is different, like a muscle a temporary prayer place. Where are we? Where are we praying this time?
in the park? So we're playing in the park.
Yes. So we're going to be praying in the park. And we're going to
everyone's going to come the men and women, the women will go in the back men the front we're going to pray in the park. So insha Allah will be ready for the prayer. Prayer
time, it's going to be at the tech pirot Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar that's going to start eight o'clock and nine o'clock we're going to start the prayer and the hotel will be like prayer will be 15 minutes with Toby 15 minutes so by by 930 we'll be done. What do you say to greet people on aid?
as mobile app, okay, as you can robotic, okay.
What did the Sahaba used to say? The Kabbalah Allah Who? Me Now I'm in Camilla except from us. And from you. Any last questions guys? Because we've been going a long long time. I said it was going to be an hour and it's been an hour and 15 minutes any
if I missed anything else, you're gonna have to correct it and edit the video if I missed anything from the hedge. I hope so. It was okay. Ah, ah.
All right. Okay. That's what Allah made easy for me to mention Allah knows best or salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad Ali or Slappy? Ah Ma