035 Kids Class – Hadeeth Part 1

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Good start

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and hamdulillah Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he was soli nevena Mohammed wa ala early he was like me he edge mine and my bad. So in sha Allah to Allah today we have a continuation of the topic we did last week. Last week we talked about the sooner you guys remember that at all the ugly Yeah, we talked about the sooner and today in sha Allah who to Allah we are going to study some Hadith so that we can understand what we spoke about last week and so we can inshallah learn some Heidi's together okay, so for today I've asked for our first Hadeeth I've asked for use of to recite it for us because he learned it at home and then in sha Allah after that different people can

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recite for us okay ready okay

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Mama

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Mama equilibrium

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in

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Isla la he want us Holy

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fuck

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but

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you know

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Robin can pick out a

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woman can catch on to who we don't hear you'll see our writing Yankee.

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Okay, just sokola halen that was very nice. So our first Hadeeth is a Heidi that was narrated by Omar even a cop.

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Now we know all about armor, right? Because you guys remember we did the story of Armada even on top.

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Omar, he told us that he heard

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the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say

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so hold on a second from

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Omar heard

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the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say these words.

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So who is the companion who narrated the Hadith?

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This is easy.

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Alma he heard it. And he heard it from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say as you should read for us Jazakallah heylen enamel ahmadu Binney yet

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he heard him say these words in mal are Malou bindi yet now whenever I study a Heidi's I'll tell you how I study it. The first thing I do is I ask myself about any of the words that I don't understand.

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Okay, so I'm going to tell you what the English means. Okay, the English translation line by line bit by bit and we're going to ask ourselves are there any words we don't understand? So then we can understand the Hadith what the prophets I said properly. Okay. So the first part of the Hadeeth is that Omar said,

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seminary to pursue Allah sallallahu it he was sending me a call I heard the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying, so Amal must have been there when the prophets lie Some said it right? Yeah. Agreed he was there and he heard the prophets I seldom say in mal are a man who have been yet

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he said,

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actions

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are according to your intention.

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So there might be some words in there we need to understand what do these words mean?

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So actions are according to your intentions. The first word I'm going to ask you about here is this word intention. What does the word intention mean? and Nia, what does this word mean? Near or intention? This few different answers so it's okay for you to give me a few different ideas. Yes.

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You have the intention.

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So if you don't have the intention to go solo doesn't count. Okay. Very good. Very, very, and I understood from your answer that you

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know the answer The only problem is that because you use the word intention in your answer maybe some people are still a little bit lost. So you said your intention for your prayer right? The intention that you have for your prayer right like so if you don't have the right intention then you can pray that's what you said right? Very good.

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Having inside of your mind very good I like that. What do the girls think goes What do you think about what's your intention? Your Nia

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so the girl said something interesting to me. The girl said to me, sincerity

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sincerity. Okay, so the girls took about I took it a different way they said your Nia is doing something for Allah alone and not doing it for anybody else. Is that part of Islam? We have to pray just for Allah and we have to make to adjust to Allah right? Yeah, okay, maybe what do you think?

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Sorry.

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How you act explain to me explain to me Give me an example for example.

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Think about it if you can think of a good example. Give me an example. Okay. All right. Do we have anyone else had some ideas? Girls have Okay girls because

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what you're aiming for or what you're trying to do yet? What do you think?

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Very good. I like to answer the reason for you to do something. So all of your answers were excellent. So in Islam, what you what we mean by Mija or intention is two things really when we boil it all down and we make it nice and simple. It comes down really to two things. The first thing is Who are you doing this thing for? Who are you doing it for? So we're talking about the religion of Islam we're not talking about you know, your school we're not talking about your friends we're we're talking about you're praying or you're fasting or you're making to Who are you praying for?

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Who are you making up for? Or to Who are you fasting for? Or so many people boys put their hands up there's not even a space to choose who can choose Let me have a go someone who hasn't answered yet. Oh, you haven't answered yet.

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For Allah did anyone think anything different? No. Okay, cool in Psalm 31 also key wanna hear your one? Amati lillahi Rabbil aalameen luxury Keller will be radical we'll move to an hour loosely.

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Every time you pray that prayer has to be just for Allah. Right? Okay, let me ask you this question a different way.

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Let me ask you this question. I different way around another way around. How could it be that someone prays

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but their prayer is not really for Allah?

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Only kids are allowed to answer if I see any more adults put their hands up they can go out

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let's see.

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Okay, the girls gave me a good answer. Let me see who hasn't gone

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How could it be someone prays but they don't pray for that to Allah.

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Just not

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very good. I like that. That was really good. Really good answer. Like they might just not even be thinking what they're doing. They just standing there like a robot, right? That happens sometimes. Right? Allahu Akbar. Some kids I see you guys see see in the Salah. timea Allah.

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Yeah, you're not really thinking about what he's doing? That's a good answer. I like to answer. The girls they said they might be praying to someone, not who is not someone else other than Allah likely right? We pray to an idol or pray to a cross or pray to a statue. Other religions do that right? So to be a Muslim, you have to do all of your worship to Allah alone, right? Agreed. Your prayers to be only for Allah you're to ask to be only for Allah. But there's another example I wanted from this someone who prays they're Muslim. Now we're talking about non Muslim Muslim, and they're concentrating and they're praying nicely. But their prayer is not really for Allah. How

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could that be?

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How could that okay, the girls gave me one possible answer. They said, not sincere. Can you explain that to me, girls, what do you mean by not sincere

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Ah, girls got it girls got it. They said they might be doing it to show off.

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Very good. I'm glad you got the answer. They might be doing it to show off. They might be doing it to show off. So how would that be? Let's say for example, somebody stands to pray. And when they stand to pray, they say, Allahu Akbar. And then they see their friend is looking at them. So what do they do? They make their back a bit straighter. They put their hands a bit nicely, they put their head down, they start reading really nice if a nice voice, they start reading really nicely, because they think that their friend is watching them, or their dad is watching them or their mom is watching them. So is that prayer for Allah? No, it's not properly for Allah. It started for Allah.

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But it went, it went a bit wrong. So when that happens to you, what should you do a

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lot of answers. I haven't heard from you today. Yeah, go on.

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If that happens to you, and you feel yourself start, oh, I'm a little bit showing off. And I'm not it's not really for Allah. So you should stop praying. Straight away, go and make your will do again and come back, right? No.

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It's okay. Yeah. What do you think?

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Fix it in your fixed fix it in your, in your mind in your heart to fix it. So you say no, I'm not going to do this. I'm not this is not about mom and dad looking at me. I'm praying for Allah because I'm a Muslim. So you try to fix the mistake that you made and you try to make your prayer right again. Is it easy to do that?

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Okay, who thinks it's easy?

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Who doesn't think it's easy? Yeah. I don't think it's easy. It's hard to make your prayer right. Sometimes shaitaan comes and whispers to you and you try to make your prayer nice because somebody else is with you, or someone else is watching you. So all of that came under what topic under the topic of Who are you praying for? Who are you fasting for? But that's not the only we know the answer. That's not the only type of Nia The other one is the one that and I'm really really bad with names. So forgive me. Tell me what's your name? I forgot.

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gone yet. I'm not I

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have to set up abdus salam you mentioned I'm trying to remember names. I'm very rough. I'm the Salaam you mentioned to me something. You said to me. How do you know what was it which prayer you're praying, right? That's the other meaning of a near that's the other meaning. And that's completely correct. So let me give you an example.

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We just prayed a prayer right now in the masjid. What prayer did we pray guys?

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Okay.

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Ask for prayer. I think it might have been Zoho

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Vault for Cartwright we prayed for a cat

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in a different type of city. Okay, but maybe I'm traveling I'm joining to her an asset together like that. Could I know

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it was definitely awesome. What made it awesome

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even if it wasn't a forecast what made it awesome

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you got it completely right. What are we talking about in the Heidi? You're in

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tension right? You're completely right the time you're right about the time was four o'clock so it was awesome. But what really made it awesome was your intention. You when you came into the masjid you looked at the time you saw is four o'clock and you said right I'm gonna pray us or not though. It's also time for me. So that made your prayer.

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Your prayer It was awesome. If you came into the masjid and you said I didn't pray. I didn't pray for her because I forgot.

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So now you can your intention is what makes the difference right? Those two prayers look the same they both for you pray them both in the masjid you pray them both behind the Imam they look the same, the same quiet reading. But what made each one different was your intention. So we learn two things by the word intention, right? We learn intention is Who are you doing the action for?

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And the intention is also what exactly are you doing? And I really liked the explanation. I forgot who said it. But one of the brothers said one of the one of the boys side said it I'm sure that knowing in your mind, maybe it was the girls knowing in your mind what it is that you were going to do like having it in your mind that this is what I'm doing. So really your intention like that is if I stopped you

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And I said to you, if I stopped you, and I said to you, what are you doing right now? And you said, I'm praying, awesome. That's your intention. That's what intention means to know what you are doing. So for example, let's give an example of fasting. Now let's give example of fasting. I like fasting is a good example. Somebody wakes up in the morning,

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and he goes down. He looks in the cupboard and there's no cereal, there's no milk, there is no toast. There is no whatever it is, you guys eat for breakfast, there's no juice in the fridge. There's nothing at all. There's no dates, and there's no milk. The cupboards are bare. And

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somebody says to you, up to set up, but you fasting.

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No, I'm not fasting. It's just I didn't find any food in the cupboard. But you're not eating.

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You're not eating here, but I did. The reason I'm not eating is because I didn't find any food in the cupboard. It's not because I'm fasting. So both people are eating. So let's say Absalom, he woke up and he didn't eat because he didn't find any food in the cupboard, another person walk up,

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they walk up.

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And they said, Today, I'm going to fast. And they went downstairs and they still didn't find any food in the cupboard.

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But they wanted to fast that day. So what made the person fasting? And what made the person who is not fasting? Because

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not about no food? It was what? You're right. What What was it? What was it? Let me see was he go on try?

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Yep.

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So yes, so that the reason for the reason was the person's intention. Why are they not eating? One of them is not eating because he didn't find any food. The other one is not eating because he's fasting. So what made the person fasting? Who is fasting, their intention? Okay, so now we have a little bit of an idea what intention is, okay? Come back to the Hadeeth. In our model, beneath that your actions are going to be judged, according to your intention. What does that mean? That Allah is going to look at your intention, not just the action you did. So when those two people who were both hungry that morning, when Allah asks them on the Day of Judgment, why were you hungry? And one of

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them says I was hungry, because I didn't find any food. And the other one says I was hungry because I was fasting. is a law gonna reward those two people the same?

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No, which one's gonna get the reward? You all got your hands up. Let me pick someone who didn't answer so far gone.

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Which one is going to get the reward?

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The one fasting. Yeah. So Allah is going to judge what you do. According to intention, two people operate in the same Masjid. Okay, in the same place, the same prayer.

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One of them is a little bit showing off, because he wants to make his prayer really look really good so that his dad says that you prayed really well. And maybe his dad will buy him something later on like a treat or a prize because he prayed well, and the other person is praying only because he wants a lot to give him reward.

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Are those two people going to get the same thing?

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No.

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One of them is going to get a bar of chocolate from his dad and nothing from Allah. And the other one is going to get a big reward from Allah and nothing from his dad. Which one do you want to be?

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The one who gets the reward from Allah. Okay, very good. The one who gets the reward from Allah. Okay, we're in equilibrium man.

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And everyone will get the reward of what they intended. So sometimes Could it be I want the girls to give me a haven't heard from the girls for a while. Could it be a situation, boys Put your hands down. Girls, could it be a situation where somebody gets rewarded for something but they didn't actually do it at all.

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Somebody gets rewarded for something. And they didn't actually do it at all.

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You can confer among yourselves, girls, not boys.

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No, no, no, no. Somebody gets rewarded for something and they didn't do it all.

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The girls are thinking

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maybe, maybe but that's not great. The girls when they avoided something we should we get the boys involved, not give the girls another goal.

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What are we talking about girls? What's the Hadeeth? all about?

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Okay, so the girl said somebody had the intention to do it. But they never, they weren't actually able to do it.

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So how could you give me an example voice of how that could be?

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Somebody had an intention for something. Give me a simple example. Somebody had an intention for something. Have a think the more you stand up and jump up and down, you can even jump as high as the ceiling but I'm not going to pick you. I just put your hand over. Yes. Okay.

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I want to Okay, go on. Give me example.

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Okay, good. You gave it You gave a difficult example, but I like it. Somebody who wants to pray standing up, but they couldn't stand up. Maybe they've got something wrong with their leg or they couldn't stand up. They want to stand up, but they couldn't stand up. So what's the login to give them the reward of

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standing right? Because they what their intention was to stand they wanted to stand but they couldn't, they tried their best, but they couldn't stand. So they're going to get rewarded for what they intended, very good for what they intended, what their intention was, okay? Give me another easier example in that. Give me example about the prayer.

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Let's see.

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Quan can make some, if you like, one a prayer, like it's, I mean, if you want to fast the whole Ramadan, and you couldn't the last day because you're stuck where you really tried at the end, and you couldn't then get very good. I like that example. It's a good example somebody in Ramadan, they wanted to fast the whole month, and on the last day of Ramadan, they got sick, and they tried their best, but they couldn't. So they're going to make that deal. Another day and Allah will reward them for that intention is really good. What about somebody maybe girls give me example of someone who's on telegram

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due to some issues, okay, intention to go to Hajj. But they didn't have the money.

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To go for example, they couldn't afford to go they tried but access is so expensive, they couldn't afford to go, but they really wanted to go. So Allah could reward them for that.

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I was thinking about the example of being late for the prayer.

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Go on and say for me,

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you were stuck in traffic.

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And you had the intention to come and you come to the masjid anyway, and you do your best you pray in your prayer. And the only thing that made you late was not because you were lazy or you but you got stuck in traffic, there was an accident on the road and you got stuck in traffic. So Allah Subhana Allah reward you for your intention, what is the condition then of getting rewarded for your intention? girls? asked the girls difficult questions because it girls have got

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I can, what is then the condition of getting rewarded for just your intention. What has to be there?

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It has to be sincere. It has to be you tried your very best. Not that, you know, someone says are you know, I had intention to get up for failure. But you know,

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my sleep was really like someone has to try their very best. Yeah, you try your best. And it wasn't your fault that something didn't work out, but you tried your best, then you can get rewarded for your intention. Okay, what about the other way around, then we're in mid equilibrium, that everyone will have the reward of what they intended. Could somebody intend something bad?

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That's a difficult one.

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And then how would that work out if they intended something bad?

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That's a really difficult question. It's not an easy question at all. It's a very tough question. It's a very, very tough question.

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Are you gonna get in trouble for something bad you intended?

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I'll be surprised if anyone gets the right answer. But I will listen to you. I haven't heard from you so far.

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Do you want a template and they don't do it?

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Yeah, so they intended to do something bad but they didn't do it go with that one.

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Do they?

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Do they get rewarded or punished? rewarded or punished?

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Okay, you need you got somewhere so we started talking about situation of someone who intended to do something bad. Okay guys all with me. Yeah, they made intention to do something really bad. And they didn't do it. So we asked the question, are they going to get rewarded? Or are they going to get punished? And we said the answer is a bit difficult. What do the girls think?

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So use a think's rewarded and he thinks punished

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telegram thinks rewarded all of them.

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Okay, so what about if I was to tell you that both of those answers could be right?

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How could someone be rewarded and how could someone be punished so they made a bad intention? They had a bad a bad idea bad intention and they didn't do it. How could they be rewarded? You said rewarded so tell me how could they be rewarded

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Why would they what what happened

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they cost they chose not to do it Yanni they said no, I'm not going to do this. In other words, it came in their mind to say something bad to their mom and dad and they were about to say something bad and they say you know what is nice not right. It's not right. Muslims don't say bad things to them

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and they stopped so they got rewarded because they made the choice to stop Okay girls on your side you said punished how

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Ah, so something prevented them but they didn't want to stop they try to do it but something got in the way like the bank robber who went to rob the bank and he got a flat tire and he tried to put the air in the tire but it wouldn't go up and then again he got in the car and tried to rob the bank but the tire went flat again. Now this person will not get rewarded for that because they were still trying their best but something came in the way and they were not able they were not able to do it very good. So we've learned a little bit about intention let's continue with the Hadeeth for mankind it Gerardo was in Allah He was holy for he gelato Illa Allah He was holy women can I see joy to who

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the dunya you see Buddha are inviting Yankee haha Phaedra to Isla hijo la ba who Buhari ohms okay the prophets I some gave an example so listen to this example super carefully. So someone is going to explain this example to me. Okay, the profitsystem gave an example to explain what we've learned about intention what he taught us about intention whoever made his law Who can tell me what Hydra is first of all he did I want to know this word is yes I set up

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the Mecca and during several blocks around the machine

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you knew what you were there but then it went not quite girls

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okay to move where you live for Allah sake okay if we want to be little bit more specific on that one we can say

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that hey July is to leave a place to leave a bad place yeah a place that's bad for your religion and go to live in a place which is better for your religion? Yeah, so like when the prophets I seldom left

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left. Makkah okay hamdulillah and he went to Medina. Yeah, he left McCann his companions left marker because maca was a place that was not they were not being good to the Muslims and they were not helping the Muslims. They were hurting the Muslims. And they were not letting people pray. And they were not letting people practice their religion so they will move to Medina. So you leave a place which is bad for your religion, you move to a place which is good for your religion. So whoever's hegira was for Allah and His messenger. His hijra is for Allah and His messenger. And whoever's hegira was for something in his worldly life. What is your worldly life mean?

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This will like what boys what's in your worldly life? What do we mean by your worldly life? Let's see the very back Yeah, God

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Like me example

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like money your job? Like your family, your friends. Yeah. Does that make sense? So whoever's hijra was for something in their worldly life, or for a woman to marry then they hijra is for what they made hedger awful. Okay, who can explain this example to me?

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The girls say they can go on girls then.

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Is this a collective effort from the girls or just one girl?

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Okay

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Okay, I'll give you a minute for the girls to come up with the answer together.

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Give the girls a minute.

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We said to explain this just isn't true the first time you listen to how do you sometimes you might not understand everything right? You have to listen to it again and again a few times and really understand it well. So we understood a bit about intention. And now we want someone to explain the example of whoever's hydrilla is for a lion is messenger his he writes for a lioness messenger and whoever he is for something in the world to achieve it, or for a woman to marry then is his right is for what he made his You're awful.

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I'm like the girls, I give him a chance. Because we have to share everybody in the class has to have a fair share a fair chance to answer the questions. Then ask the boys or the girls don't get that.

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They're still thinking about it.

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Okay, some of them are thinking about it.

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Some of the boys look like they know the answer.

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Okay.

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Okay, good.

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Okay, so the girl said for the first half, the girls gave us the first half they said, somebody when they made Hydra for example, they went from Makkah to Medina in the time of the Prophet sighs. They went and they left Makkah, they went to Medina. And they went there for Allah. That was their intention for the sake of Allah. That's why they wanted to do it to go for the sake of Allah, that's why they wanted to go

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then they're going to get the reward. Because of what because of their intention, that's going to be their reward. But there are some other people who might move to a different city and they didn't move for their religion. Why might they move to a different city? Why might somebody move to It's not wrong? I mean, somebody might move to a different city for what reasons cool well let me see who hasn't answered yet. Gone Tom. What do you think?

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city was good. Yeah, they maybe they likely or the city? or What else? The girl said business? or What else? Maybe

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any of both of you either have you gone?

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more jobs, more jobs, more money? Maybe they want to get married? Maybe a lot of different reasons people want to go so when they go there what reward are they going to get?

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Difficult question.

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Going to have an agent

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so they won't get a reward from Allah because they didn't do it for Allah. But they might get something that they came for like I went for business, I got a job. I went for money and I got money, but you're not gonna get what Allah is going to give you the reward from Allah because you didn't do it for Allah in the first place. Yes, use of

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pigs

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and then they came back.

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And

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so someone went just to collect something or whatever, they didn't have any intention. So they're not going to get a reward from Allah for that other. Because it wasn't for Allah was it? It was for whatever they went for. So if they get they get what they went for, but they don't get the reward from Allah. Okay, I'm going to ask you a different set of questions. I'm gonna ask the boys Okay. Why is this hadith important? Some people said this hadith is half of your religion. And half of the religion of Islam comes down to this hadith. Why do you think and there's lots of answers, so I'm going to ask lots of people. Okay, so let's start with someone I haven't heard from for a while.

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Why do you think this Heidi thought like I could have told you lots of Heidi

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about Islam why this one? Is this one really important?

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Do you have an answer? you thinking about it? Okay.

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Let's see who hasn't answered. Some people are far far far away moving.

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So I sell them all of the Hadeeth I could tell you all of them he said it. So why is this highly important?

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Girls you brainstorming, brainstorm among yourselves. Why do you think?

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Okay, girls, I've got go on girls, I've got three, four answers. Let's hear then I'm going to hear from you guys also.

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Okay, very good. I like this one, the girl said, you can do the action correctly. But if your intention is wrong, you're not going to get anything out of it. So you could pray exactly the right way. Right? Like the right standing face the right direction, put your hands in the right place, stand in the right place, look in the right place. But if your intention isn't right,

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he didn't get anything for it. That's a very, very good reason why this Hadeeth is important. So everything you do you need to think about what is your intention? Who are you doing it for? And what are you doing? Very good. Let's see from the boys now go on. What do you think?

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to do things only for Allah. I agree. That's a very good second point, that this hadith is all about doing things only for Allah, and our religion of Islam. All of Islam is about doing things only for Allah. That's what Islam is all about. Pay girls, give me your second one, and then I'm gonna go back to the boys.

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Okay, everything boils down to your intention. I agree that that's sort of true. Yeah. Everything boils down to your intention, if you do the right thing. And we're going to talk about that next lesson. Maybe if you do the right thing. I mean, you do things in the right way.

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As long as your intention is good, and you do things in the right way that you're going to get rewarded. Why else might be really important? I want to hear different different people every time. Okay, go. I'm gonna go right back there. Yeah.

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So you can go because to go to Jenna, right? You have to have the right. The right intention and the things you do have to do them only for Allah. And you have to have a good intention. I like that. Okay, girls, go give me something else or telegram, HUD or tell them what gets priority.

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Sounds like an adult wrote it was that written as a very well educated child who wrote the answer. Maybe that maybe that maybe their mom and dad is writing it for them? Or maybe they're just like, super intelligent. So we asking the kids to answer insha Allah with their own answers as well. So always the answer, because intention is the basic thing to do. So the basic thing you need for every good deed is you need intention, good. There's something else as well.

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Something else was really important.

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Or going on slowly, keep putting your hand up, and I keep skipping.

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So what else is important? is like having the right mindset and losing concentration. Because if you have the intention, and then you don't concentrate, it's like you're just standing there. I like the answer. I'm going to reword the answer a little bit. And I'm going to say that intention helps with your concentration. So if you have the right intention, you know what you're doing. You're not just standing there like a robot, you know what you're actually doing and why you're doing it. I like that. Yes, girls, what was your other answer?

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All you might lose the reward. So the girl said, you could be praying. And in fact, I'm going to reword this answer from the girls a little bit. Two people could pray next to each other the same prayer, one of them could get loads of reward, and the other one could get very little reward or maybe no reward. And the only difference between them is their intention. So that's another reason why it's super important. Yes.

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Barry, I love that answered this Hadeeth. It goes into everything you do. Everything you do in your life, you need this Hadith, every single thing you do in Islam, you need this hadith. That's a brilliant answer. Everything you do your prayer, you're fasting, your charity, you're not being good to your parents. You're

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growing whatever it is. So for example,

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But let me give an example about being good to your parents because a lot of people maybe don't think about this.

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Here we've got two boys. Okay.

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We've got Mohammed and we've got Abdullah no names and 10 I'm just random people. Okay. Random Mohammed random Abdullah. Okay. Both of them are good to their parents. Good, so far, Masha, Allah, excellent. Mohammed is good to his parents. Because he wants the reward from Allah.

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And Abdullah is good for his parents. Because if he's not good to his parents, then they're going to take away his PlayStation and he's not going to be able to play anymore.

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Which one gets rewarded by Allah?

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Yeah, okay. What do you think?

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Okay, the one who's doing it for Allah, the One who is doing it for Allah, not the one who's doing it because they're scared of the punishment, or they're scared of what someone's gonna take away from them, or they're scared. They're doing it for Allah. So there's a difference. You see how in everything you do, you have to have the right intention, I'm going to give you one more

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intention, can turn an ordinary action into something that gets rewarded by Allah. How could that be? That's a bit of a riddle. It's a bit of a it's a bit of a difficult one. Something ordinary, you do nothing to do with Islam at all. Let's say for example, let me give an example.

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You let's say a person, let's say cleans the house. For example.

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Who was the house takes to Hoover. And who was the house?

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Is that an act of worship necessary? We get into they're not praying, they're not fasting? Yeah, agreed. And they get a lot of reward from Allah. how

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some of the boys got some ideas.

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Masha, Allah, how are you? How are you? You got an idea, Zack?

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How could it be? Zack cleans his bedroom. And he gets a big reward from Allah.

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How

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are you all doing the right thing? But why? Like, you need to give me a little bit more.

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But why is it a good thing?

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Okay, but why? What was his intention?

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Okay, so he intended to do something good for the reason of getting the reward from Allah. So for example, he said, The reason I'm going to tidy my bedroom is because Allah loves us to be clean. And because it will make my mom and dad happy. And Allah loves me to make my mom and dad happy. So his intention is for Allah. Even though it's not an act of worship in itself, it's not like he's praying, but he's doing something and he says, You know, I want this to be for Allah. Why? Because I know Allah loves us to be clean, and my bedroom is a mess. And secondly, I know that Allah loves me to make my mom happy, and it will make my mom happy.

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Does that make sense? And the person gets rewarded for that. So you could turn everything in your life into a good deed. Is that possible? Nearly everything okay? Not quite everything, not haram things, but you could turn nearly everything in your life into a good deed. If you had the right intention. Does that show you why this idea is really important? Because if you had the right intention for things, you could turn your whole life into one big good deed for lots of big good deeds. Even a person goes to work he says I'm going to work because why? I want to get money to do what?

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support the masjid or to

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give charity very good, excellent. And so he goes to the masjid or Himachal like goes to the masjid he earns, he goes to work earns money, but his intention is to do something good with it. So Allah rewards him for his work, even though his work isn't a prayer, and it isn't fasting, and so on. Does that make sense? Okay, this hadith was narrated by

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it was narrated by lots and lots of people, but it was recorded in two very special books. Those books we mentioned their name last week. Can anyone remember apart from you, you already know? No.

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Answer

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where which two books? These Hadeeth coming with the two ones we mentioned last week.

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We have 123 boys put their hand up how we like on the girls side for boys 54.5

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okay one girl knows the answer you have any more.

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We mentioned these books last week or five boys you have

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to know the answer.

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Very good Mashallah amazing and you should put your hand up more Mashallah, you get it? You got the answer? Exactly right. You said Buhari. Very good. There was another one to Holly and

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I read the girls the girl said Mr. Buhari and Muslim. This Hadith is narrated in Sahih al Bukhari and it's narrated in Sahih Muslim Why is that important? Because those two books are 100% authentic. 100% reliable, you can trust that that Hadith definitely came from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam there's something special about the chain of narration is how do you remember we talked last week about chains of narration? So you imagine armor armor is really famous companion, right? We did a story. How many people do you think heard this hadith. The armor told this, Heidi? How many 1000s and 1000s of people that almost tell us how these two?

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Let's see who gets it right.

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30 people or 30,000 30,000? People? Okay, the question is, there's something special about this Hadeeth.

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We said Omar narrated it. We said Omar was really famous, right? He was the halifa. And he was well he was the best of the companions after Abu Bakar. All that stuff, right? How many people do you think Omar told this hadith to use of said 30,000 people? That's not correct. It's less than that.

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Okay.

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50,000 No, not less than that.

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Yeah, the girls have got the answer.

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But I'm not gonna say I'm gonna give the boys a chance. What do you think? And what do you think?

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1000 less.

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What do you think?

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Less? What do you think?

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It's all about how famous is our how many people he told.

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What do you think?

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500 not less.

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Less.

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telegram have an idea. Yeah.

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Yeah, telegrams, right. The answer the girls got it right first. Omar told exactly one person

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sheesh, he didn't tell anyone else except one person heard this hadith from him.

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And that one person was Allah comma. Ignore costs are lazy. How many people heard it from outcome?

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Go on. Just one person. Only one person. And that was Mohammed Ibrahim. A tiny how many people heard it from Mohammed Ibrahim attainment. We're getting good at this now.

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One person okay. Yeah, having said that, I'm sorry. Okay. How many people heard it from your haven side? love all of your Rob. Many, many people heard it from your here. Many people heard it from him. So this hadith is special. Because it's a Hadeeth which only has one single person in the chain like that. 111 person told one person told one person told one person and then they told lots of people. Does that stop the Heidi from being accepted? No, because that gives him

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but sometimes it happens like that sometimes the hardest many people there's so many people told the chair give the example of a Hadeeth that so many people that hundreds and hundreds of people in the chain? Shall I tell you example,

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the Hadith of the Prophet size element katha aleja mata amid unforgettable warm up either human and now, whoever lies about me deliberately let him take his seat in hell.

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And he if anybody lies about me deliberately, he's going to take his seat into the fire on the day of judgment that Hadees was narrated by so many people who it became hundreds and hundreds and

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Hundreds and hundreds all in the chain all but the Hadith about your intention, only one person heard it that was a man. And only one person said it. Almost said to one and he said it to one. And then he said it to one. And then after that it became it became famous. Okay, that finishes the end of our Hadeeth lesson today. But next week, I have something important to tell you about next week.

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He's gone next week, next week, inshallah the class will be on, but I won't be here. So another teacher is going to come here, start by sack, he's going to come and he's going to teach a class for you. Okay, while I'm away. So I want you guys to come and I want you to be on your best behavior. Okay. And the reason for that is because it's difficult when I know how you guys are and I like you know, I'm okay with it. But you have to be on your best behavior. He is going to do some, I think some recap on some of the stuff you've already learned before. Yeah, so there might be some quizzes, there might be some some things to study, he might tell you some new things. Okay. So you have to

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revise really, really well. He's going to be with you for a couple of weeks until I come back. Okay. All right. And the videos will still be on.

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You can still do the videos and everything.

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Yeah, we still do the videos in Sharla as well. But in the light Allah we try our best. We try our best. Okay, guys, does anybody have any questions? We have five minutes for questions. First of all, starting from the girls because the girls always say no questions.

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should always have questions ready. You know that? Because sometimes you teach us as we got any questions, then you feel shy that you don't have any questions that say so should always have a few questions prepared. Ready?

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Go on while waiting for the girls.

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Okay, very good question. I like that question.

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Can we can we just do one question to start with, okay. Use of set.

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Guys listen up. It's very important. It's a very good question. He said, Allah doesn't need us. Agreed Allah doesn't need you. And Allah doesn't need anybody.

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Why did Allah ask us to worship Him? If he doesn't need us to worship Him?

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And the answer to that very simply is that Allah deserves us to worship Him. It's the right thing to do. There's a difference between online meeting, Allah doesn't need it. But it's the right thing to do. Because when someone for example, if I gave you, let's say, I give you an Audi aurait

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there's the keys. drive away.

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Would you be grateful?

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Okay, Allah has given you everything you have.

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Everything you got it from Allah, so should you be grateful? Yes. Okay. Allah himself, his names and his attributes and who he is. Is that someone who should be worshipped?

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Yes. Okay. So it's the right thing to do. And it's a means of also showing gratitude and thanks to Allah for what Allah has given you.

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Okay, that I'll leave that question for the end. It's a good question, but I just want to give other people a chance because he asked two big questions. Okay. So I will ask girls, what was your question?

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Girls, we don't have any questions. Okay, then in that case, I will I will nominate that second question to be your question. Okay. So the question was

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so people don't know what their religion is they don't know any religion.

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And

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how would they come to find it? Okay. So in the beginning, allies or gel has put in your heart has put in your heart something which makes you want to know more, right? Like, you want to know why am I here? What am I doing and you know, you feel like you want to worship Allah, but you don't know much about what to do. So now you need some information. Where does that information come from? It comes from the profits on a massage setup. And it comes from the books those profits were sent with. So when you have the Quran and you

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Have the guidance of the Prophet Mohammed. So I said them, and you read it, it goes with what's in your heart, and you feel comfortable. And you know, it's the truth, and you accept it and you

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become Muslim. Does that make sense?

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Sure. All right. What was your question?

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No, even if you don't know how to read the Quran, but one way or another, you get something from that message, right? Somebody explains it to you, somebody gives you a little bit of that message, somebody shows you something from that message, somebody tells you about it, you hear about it, and then you just need to find out more about this. And then when you find out more than that, that happens does that Yeah, like so it doesn't mean that you have to know the whole Quran. But you get something from that message, even if it's just that you see somebody on the street and who is that? Why is that person wearing that funny clothing and stuff? Like what does that person believe? Then

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you find out more about the religion like that? Yeah.

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Okay, what is the question?

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We do something just to be good, but we forget to make it for the sake of Allah. Always still rewarded.

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Genuinely, we said that you're rewarded when you make it for Allah. So you have to try to keep that in your mind.

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You might be rewarded in indirect way. Because you might be rewarded by like Allah said, Hello, Jessa on a sunny lesson, if you do good to somebody, they might do good back to you. But you won't get the reward from Allah unless your intention is to make it for Allah.

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Yes.

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You should pray to Allah and he deserves it. Because you need him. And also, for example, my dad for hit by Cobra.

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Allah, he wouldn't have made it alive. That's very true. While as a very, very true as a excellent answer that you need Allah, Allah doesn't need you. But you need a lot. That's very, very true. And it's an excellent example. Somebody says, holla get something happens to them or they got hurt. And then, you know, without Allah, they will not survive. It's very true.

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Yes.

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One,

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I'm going to create a new issue.

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So you what you you don't know how to read it properly. But you want to, you can get the reward. Sometimes you get double the reward two times the reward, because you try your best. But if you stop trying your best, then that's when the reward might go down. Does that make sense? Yeah. So when you you have to try your very, very best to read her as much as you can. Yeah, and you have to try even if it's hard for you, and you can even get double the reward. Yes.

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You know how everything is a lot. You know, if you

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What if it's for like, Jenna, it was not worth it. To go and get

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those two things come together. I tell you why. It's a good question. What if you did something just for Jenna, but it wasn't for it wasn't for Allah. The reason those two things come together is because you can only get Jenna. From who?

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from Allah. So you have to do it for a lot to get gender in the first place. There's nothing wrong with wanting reward. There's nothing wrong with wanting our laws reward as long as you want it from Allah. How do we know that because Allah said about the profits in the home can you set it on a few highlights? Where the rune and our hub and voila what can we learn Akashi that they used to rush to do good deeds, and they used to hope for our reward and be scared of our punishment. So it's okay for you to hope for a large reward like I want Jenna. But you remember you want it from Allah and you'll only get it from Allah if you do things for Allah. So it comes back to the same thing. Yeah.

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Okay, one last one from telegram and then I think we have to stop

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if you haven't had

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on this one.

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So this is a good question. You heard ahaadeeth.

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Okay, you heard how these guys pay attention from the boys and the girls. You heard a hadith

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and you didn't understand it correctly. But you did your best to act on it. Are you going to get rewarded for that? So the answer is going to be it depends. And it depends really on a couple of things. The first thing is it depends that you did your best. Okay? Not that you will like say

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Well I didn't know what the height is what I just did you did your best. And the second thing is that you didn't break any of the rules in Islam or fall into anything Haram. No, you misunderstood you tried your best and inshallah you'll be rewarded for it. Does that make sense? Okay all right guys, welcome along halen I will not see you next week on Sunday but in sha Allah please come for the class because start by sack will be here to teach you inshallah. Okay

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Yes Have you had a question or just

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a teacher for a mock person, but teachers trying to teach you about Allah.

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That's very true.

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But you should do it for Allah, you should do it for Allah, you should be good to your teacher for the sake of Allah. totally correct. Not for the sake of your teacher. Like or not for the sake of getting rewards from your teacher but for the sake of Allah. Very good. Last last last last one.

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The teacher will tell you about what doesn't tell me about Islam tells you about different religion. And then

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you like, learn it. And then

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yeah, I'm with you. So a teacher teaches you about different religion and you learn it okay?

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You think that if you know it, then allows gonna reward you.

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Very good. I'm going to give you something that you learn really simple for this one. The only knowledge that Allah gives you reward for his knowledge of Islam.

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Okay, that's it, you can take that as like a rule like a simple rule. The only knowledge Allah gives you reward for his knowledge of Islam. Unless your intention behind that knowledge is good. Like for example, I learned how to like first aid so that if someone becomes sick that you know inshallah be able to help them, but it's not the knowledge are rewarded for it's the intention you're rewarded for. Yeah. So the only knowledge you're rewarded for is knowledge of Islam, all the other types of knowledge, business and medicine and history and geography. If your intention is good, you can get rewarded for it. But you can't get rewarded for it by itself, the knowledge you get rewarded for by

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itself. It's knowledge of Islam. So our lesson last last question, I said to your last question, the Gong Gong Gong quickly.

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But

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it's like saving the whole true, that's true. That's true. Woman, aha, okay, no, my message me.

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But I know you'll get rewarded, but what are you rewarded for? Are you rewarded for that knowledge or you're rewarded for your intention of what you're going to do with it? intention? Only in Islam? Are you rewarded for the knowledge itself? Everything else, you're just rewarded for the intention? Somebody studies medicine because they want to be rich?

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Are they rewarded for it? No. The one who's rewarded is the one who studies because they want to help people and they want to save people's lives. And whoever saves the life is like he saved the life of everybody, right? Yeah. Does that make sense now? Okay, that's what Allah made easy for me to mention goes to Zack Mola halen, you've been very, very well behaved. You asked excellent questions and you listen very well. Analyze or Journal's best for salatu salam ala Mohammed