Channel: Tim Humble
Series: Tim Humble - Kids Class
smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen are shadow Allah ilaha illa la hula Shetty, cara, Shadow Ana Mohammed, Abu humara. saddam Salatu
was Salam O Allah Allah, Allah alayhi wa early he actually, as mine, I'm about.
In sha Allah. This is a continuation of the class that was delivered by our teacher who stars Mohammed, Tim.
And we are going to carry on
from what he was teaching, but this lesson will be slightly different to
are used to.
I'll explain to you what I want in the beginning of the lesson and what I expect.
So that inshallah it makes it easy for us to understand the lesson.
First of all, inshallah, we won't be discussing anything that's new.
What we'll go through today is almost like a revision of everything you've already heard, if you've watched, or if you have been in the classes from the very beginning. Put your hand up, if you've been in, you've been in here from the very beginning.
Anybody else from the very beginning?
Okay, halfway, halfway.
Who's been here for the last month? plus three, four weeks? Yeah, Marshall, okay. A good number of you.
So inshallah we'll do is we'll discuss a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that will help you understand what you've missed. The fundamental parts that you've missed.
Duty, comfort, comfort, both comfort, comfort, comfort, comfort, usual. Usual, comfort, comfort.
Like for you guys to be close, sit down.
And I want from you
is that I want you to be honest with me. If you don't understand something, or something's not clear, put your hands up and say, I don't understand. Can you explain it to me? Again? Can you worded differently and inshallah we can do that.
And as for me, I love to ask questions.
And I don't expect you to know everything.
And it's not anything, you should be ashamed if you don't know, or you should be embarrassed or shy about it. It doesn't matter. You're here to learn so much.
Not so long ago, I was where you are.
Now along with Stan, I have to sit here and I have to teach. So inshallah, what I expect from you is that you are completely honest. And you stopped me where you need to.
to be something for you to be explained. Okay? I want you to be comfortable. And during the lesson, whoever answers the question, on ends a point, I have some
lollipops here that inshallah you'll be rewarded with. But however, you can't eat at the masjid. And whoever has any allergic reactions, we have two doctors at the back. Please do not feel shy to consult them and inshallah they can make the matters a little bit easy for us as well.
You had your hand up the salon, what is it?
I can't hear you. You have to speak up. Everybody has to speak up. Yes. Well, my question is, is always going to be built by teeth and like local doodads. Okay. That's a good question. We'll get to this inshallah. But we're going to be doing a hadith one Hadith. That's almost summarization of everything you've done. So everything you've done, it's going to be summarized in one Hadith. And this hadith is the fundamental of the religion. It's what you need for this. If you get this right, inshallah, you will go to China.
And if you get this wrong,
then you are in a very dangerous position. Go ahead.
If you'd like
to quit dziga lollipop, that's correct. You will get a lollipop but you have to earn it. Okay. And I want you to answer and I want you to try and I want you to
To make mistakes, it doesn't matter. We're here to learn. Okay? No one is going to be left today without being asked a question. If you try to shy away. I'm going to pick you. Okay, so you can't escape. Alright, that includes us. Well,
Before we begin, I want to ask, what did we do last week? What what do you what were you learning last week? Hands up, hands up, hands up. Everyone who was here last week, hands up, hands up, EISA. What did you learn last week?
what happened to?
Not quite not quite not quite good try.
Come on. And keep your hands up.
When do you think? Like,
when when you're playing? Okay. What is it called? What is it called? Try? Try.
What does it call? What is it called? Hmm.
Let's see. What is he saying?
I think he's in
another. Okay. Allah, what is the beginning of the prayer? But no, come on. One more, one more try before come to the come to the normal.
All the students that are
okay, the girls Yes. The intention? Is that what you're going to say?
They can have a lollipop inshallah. We can't give it to them. We'll give it to them at the end.
So last week, we did about our intention. What did he say about your intention? What was what did he discuss? So tell me as if you're teaching me, what did he say? I'm just gonna
speak about Salah. What he said was he said that, like when you're when you're praying when your mind is all over the place?
And don't? You're not?
You're not doing anything like a robot. Okay, so it's not the answer I'm looking for. But you're okay. The girls anomala melbournian. Okay, I know, I know. That's the Hadees. But what does it mean? What does it mean?
If you don't do the intention, right? No point in the prayer, the great intention for free. There's a difference between no intention and an intention. Because if we do the intention, okay, close, close. You're very close. We'll be moving. I'm gonna come to you. So I don't hold on to that.
Hmm. You even had you had your hands up all the way. Come on use of last one.
Okay, so use of said and yeah, he said, You have to have your intention.
Before you do anything. That's close. That's close. But I want to ask you something. Now all of you notice
what I'm doing my prayer. What should my intention be? Or I should say who shouldn't? Who should I be praying? For? All everybody should have their hands up? Who should I be praying for?
Who should I be praying for? Who should I be praying for?
Who should I be praying for? Who should I be praying for? Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala.
So that was what we discussed, or that what you discussed with Muhammad Tim, drink with your right hand, drink with your right hand, change your hand, drink with your right hand. Again.
Again, mistakes in here are not mistakes. We're here to learn. We're here to learn all of us.
So last week, we discussed the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the principle that we have in Islam in MLR Maru beneath
your actions, according to your intention
and the Hadith that he wants to speak about today. It will encompass this
What does encompass mean? Now individual becoming an English lesson? Yes.
I think it means that this entity as enhanced, okay, what does it encompass?
It will cover that's a good word for it. Okay, we can have another lolly. So for the girls have en tu and you guys have not ended anything. So it will cover this and it will cover everything else that you've missed if you haven't been in the lessons. Okay, can you keep reminding me every 10 minutes so that we don't prolong the lesson too long.
So the Hadith that we're going to speak about is the narration
by the Sahaba of the Ummah who
It is narration of Abdullah? The son of honorable hottub radi Allahu anhu.
We already discussed whose Amara Maha pub in one line I want someone tell me who was on my iPod who is on Marvin katanas.
under halifa, our first prize winner today is an
Forgive me, we'll open it later and essential line and you can have fun. So this is the narration that is narrated from Abdullah who is the son of Omar, who is also they are both a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He says, I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say booney al Islam or other hams. Islam is built upon five things.
So if you get Meaning, if you get these five things correctly,
your Islam is correct. If you do them
correctly, the way that Allah wants you to do them by the permission of Allah, you will have Jana.
Can somebody help me out? What are these five things girls as well? First thing from these five things. And the most important of them Keep your hands up. Keep your hands up. The Yes.
Yes, as you don't
so that's one of five but not the first one. I've just said.
The second one because
the first one so the first one is Shahada. What a Shahada I want to show how to explain to me how God is accepting that there's no God but Allah and Muhammad
is His message Okay, that's a part of it. That's 80 90% what what does it mean it slightly just add on something use of
what the Shahada mean.
I can't hear you stuff. Honestly.
I wish you
90% the same answer. Give me something different.
Again, not complete, but very close.
Okay, no, no. So,
Marshall, okay, Look, you've got the idea. You've got most of it correct. But inshallah we'll discuss what this mean?
Before we even before we discuss Shahada, we need to discuss Islam. Because the Prophet sallahu wa sallam said, Islam is built upon five things.
But what does Islam mean? What does it mean to be a Muslim?
What does Islam mean? What does Islam mean after of man the girls
What does Islam mean?
quickly straightaway what the meaning of Islam means peace
yes pray to god
yes, but not the answer that I'm looking for. Come on. What does it mean what does Islam mean?
Yes, but not the word that I'm looking for. The girls already said it I just want you to say the same thing What does Islam mean
everything you do is God
not quite there but one
grain forgot okay the girls already said Danny You're the last one huh? submission
submission submission to who
saw submission to everybody all of you should eigenes up who does submit whose submission to not you? You
Allah What about you submission to you? Yes. No. The one with the red and white Yes. What's your name?
What's your name?
Your mom What's your name?
Not your Acer not your is the one next to you.
Okay, no problem. We'll come back to you. submission to who? Yes,
young young man yet Huh? What you next to him?
Next to him.
Mashallah, to who?
To who? Young man, you
At the end, Allah, submission to Allah, submission to Allah.
I don't want to make things too difficult. So we'll try to explain what the submission to Allah means. In in that in a nutshell, to make it easy, submission to Allah means that you believe. And you admit
that Allah is your Lord, and that Allah created you, and that Allah has given you life. And Allah knows what is good for you. And you need to follow His commandments. And what Allah tells you to do,
and believe that you're going to die and be resurrected, and be judged.
And you will stand in front of Allah. That's a big description of it, but that's what submission means. As a complete in its entirety in every way. Can you guys do me a favor? Come here, two of you. Yes, both of you. Mashallah guys, come here, behind the camera inshallah. So, this is submission. And we said Islam is submission.
Now, we said the first thing is Shahada.
What the Shahada mean to the girls.
What the Shahada mean.
I don't want to translation I want you to explain to me what Shahada means.
No, no? What does it mean? Have they got an answer?
That there is no.
I'm not asking. I don't want to translation I want to explain to me what the Shahada mean, how do I testify something? How do I bear witness to something? Because shadow means to bear witness to testify something? How do I testify to something?
If you get it right, I'm going to be very impressed.
I'm just so how you testify. If you say like what you said with how would you say things with? So you see how to say
okay, I say that in a lot, but how do I say it?
How do I say it? What do I say it with?
Okay, that's the first that's one part of it. What do I What does? What does it have to be with? Well, okay, yes.
American intention. Okay. What do I make my intention?
in my, in your head? No, no, in your heart. So I need to believe
what I'm going to say.
is that you believe in your heart, that there is nothing? No one.
You believe there's no one? Nothing, no angel? no profit, no person, no saw? no moon is worthy of worship.
except Allah Who created everything.
Only Allah deserves to be worship. Tell me one form of worship worship can be one form of worship.
Salah one form of worship.
Say different one.
reading Quran one more. I'm Sarah.
Yes. Fasting Allahumma barik Yes, young lady.
Vicki Okay, well done. Well done.
You serve and you both get a lolly Mashallah Tabata Kala that's 332
inshallah, please, if you can do that, you can do that. Give them it, please.
Concentrate on the lesson not on the lollies.
So all of your worship, all of it has to be for.
For whom? For Allah that's what La Ilaha Illa. Allah means.
That's what La Ilaha Illa means, boys.
What happens if you c'est la Ilaha? Illa Allah with your tongue, but you don't believe it in your heart? Will this be accepted from you? Think about it. Think about it. So somebody says that in Allah with their tongue, but their heart
is not believing in what they say. Use of Hmm. Would it be accepted? Would it be accepted? Would it be accepted?
Do we have anybody that says it will be accepted from you? Do we have anybody? And would it be accepted? No. Saying La ilaha illa Allah with your tongue and not believing it in your heart? Is not it's not enough with Allah. Allah will not accept it from you.
So this is our first part of the Shahada. What is the next part of the Shahada? What is the next part of the charter bills? What's next part of the shadow?
What is the next part of the Shahada? So that was the first part. The second part is what Yes, young man.
Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. In this Hadith,
the narrator tells us the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that Muhammad is the Servant and Messenger of Allah.
But what does that mean? that Muhammad is the servant of Allah? What does it mean?
Chaka Put your hands on, shall I not ask?
What if you look at it that Allah subhana wa tada has told this prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to say that Muhammad is the servant of Allah and His messenger. Why? I've just said
because he's a human, on a messenger of Allah.
Excellent. Add on something. Yes.
It also shows that Allah is way higher than everyone even even if prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is where his his levels are way higher than most he is. He will always be serving, like with combat Allahumma barik that's amazing answer. Do you have anything to add on us?
Yes, and no, not the answer I'm looking for. So I've just said and yahia said something beautiful and summery. They said
that Allah is telling us
that even though the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has a high status and is beloved to Allah, but he is still
a servant of Allah.
And that Allah is the one that deserves to be worshipped. Can we make dua to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam?
No to Can we ask something from the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam Why? Why?
I just said I'm gonna come to you.
Allah is the Sustainer use of
Okay, can the prophet SAW Selim here is
can the prophet SAW some here our da can the prophet SAW Samia Diwan?
No, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam cannot hear what one? Can the Prophet sallallahu Sallam give us something that we need?
Who can give it to us?
Who said that?
Say it again? Only Allah, only Allah subhanho wa Taala can give us our needs.
This is Islam
that we turn to our needs, whatever it may be, to Allah subhanho wa Taala.
And the second, the second part, we're under Mohammedan. Abdu arasu,
the Messenger of Allah, what does a messenger do? What does a messenger the use of
know what does a messenger do not the prophet SAW and what does a messenger do? spreads the word spreads what word spreads his own word or the message that he's been sent with
the message that is meant to be like
What is my two cents? Okay? That's
a great example. It's okay. It's okay. It's okay. Yes.
Like precision messenger. He brings information that has happened to Allah, from Allah, from Allah.
from Allah, to who? to people, to people who
spread the word of Islam. A messenger is someone who brings a message from one person to another. But when we say regarding the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is the Messenger of Allah, it means that he is bringing you the message of Islam. from Allah To whom? To whom? To whom? To whom?
All of us.
Only Kurdish people, huh?
Okay, in Thai world, doesn't matter where you're from? Doesn't matter how old you are. Doesn't matter how rich or poor you are. So Islam is for everybody. Everyone,
at all times, and all places. What about if you're a man and your woman does it does it mean it's only for men and it's not for women?
It's for everyone.
Not for everyone. We don't say 5050. It's for everyone, for everyone.
So this is this is what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came with
Islam, for everyone, at all times.
At all places, whether we're in England, or in Saudi Arabia, or somewhere in Europe, or somewhere in Africa, or Asia, it doesn't matter. Islam is for all of us. Okay.
Now, we need to ask ourselves,
what does? What does it mean when we say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the Messenger of Allah? We know his mission. But what does it mean? I want to ask some questions. I want to ask questions. And then through that questions you guys can answer answer it and understand it.
that we say the prophet SAW Selim is the Messenger of Allah. But if he tells us something, we do the opposite.
Is that is that really? Is that really giving him his right? Ha
ha, hmm. No. So what should we do when the prophets of Salaam tells us to do something? What should we do? What should we do?
We should do it excellent. What should we do a V tells us not to do something for example stealing the processor I'm told us and Allah told us not to steal What do we do?
What if someone is of no one is looking Can you steal
Excellent, excellent. Because who's always watching you? Ha. Allah is always watching you. Okay?
How do we worship Allah?
We wait Wait, do we worship Allah? The way we think we should worship Allah?
Or how we see everybody else doing it? Or is there a specific way of worshipping Allah girls?
I feel like there's only one person taking part in this
how do we worship Allah straight to the answer?
Is we follow each command from the homeless people in LA LA he
gave his company exactly how we taught them and anybody else disagree? Do you disagree with that? We should worship Allah only the way the prophet SAW some shoulders.
You disagree with that?
I want to give you an example. And you guys tell me if this is accepted by alone? How many records did we just display for ourselves? How many cards? How many?
If I did more than four let's say I did five. I did more worship. Is that a good thing or not?
wait wait wait wait wait let's let's let's understand this. is doing more worship a good thing or a bad thing? No, no, no, wait, wait, wait a good thing. Okay. Okay.
No, no, no, wait.
If I did five or six because of prayer, would this be
accepted by Allah
So, why? Because he gave us like
to do, he gave a set of workouts for us. So make this as a rule in your life, whatever worship you do
for it to be accepted by Allah as part of what Allah it has to have two things. What did we discuss last week? Your
you have to have a class, a class for Allah. And the second part of it has to be an according to whom? Who did it who has done it? Who?
know who has so when we do our Salah, who do we have to imitate? Who do we have to do it like
you're taking too long braakman use of
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
So when you do your Salah of assar
you have to pray for
first you prayed for Allah subhanho wa Taala. The second part is that there has to be an accordance with exactly like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
Adults, don't put yourself in a line of fire please. I will ask questions preceded that can hold on to Sheila can locally associate trouble. My questions are
bajo la la me allowed me see on you.
So anybody explained to me what I just said, upset? I'm quickly into words, what does my intention have to be
pure? For whom?
Who does my actions have to be like Muhammad?
sallallahu wasallam? What does my intention have to be? Who does it have to be for?
Who doesn't have to be for?
My actions have to be like, whose actions
when I do my prayer, like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
So this is the first part of your shadow. Now, if somebody says they believe it in their heart, and they say it with their tongue, a shadow Allah, Allah, or a shadow under Mohammedan. Abu rasuluh. Is he a Muslim?
Think about it. Think about it.
Is he a Muslim? Yes. Is he a Muslim?
Here? Yes. And
no. What does he have to do? You have to go to the IMA. No, no, he doesn't have to go to the EMA. Whatever. There's no ma'am. He lives in a place there's no email.
Who does he go to?
We haven't said what is what he has to do next. We're saying if he says is the seventh and the Messenger of Allah, is he a Muslim or not Absalom?
akihisa. Muslim? is a Muslim.
some. Excellent. All of you got it. Right. All of you gotta put your hands on. Next question is your story. He is a Muslim. He is a Muslim, and he has entered Islam.
And we treat him as a Muslim.
What's the next pillar of Islam after the Shahada? What's the next thing? What's the next push down zone? This is this is Yes, question.
What did we just do?
Prayer Salah. That's the next pillar of Islam.
How many obligor how many prayers Do we have to pray as a Muslim? Come on. Come on everyone. Young lady.
Five times a day.
To get Tell me one of those prayers. One of the prayers. Yes, you are sir.
I didn't hear you.
What did he say?
Hmm. For her. So that's three. That's two more remaining. Yes. Aisha One more. One more. Yeah.
We already mentioned Yes.
We we read we Let's not make things difficult. Let's not make things difficult for the
for everyone. So we pray five daily prayers. Now put your hands up.
If you are someone who's trying hard to pray, your five daily prayers, put your hands up
Put your hands up
Well done. All of you. Mashallah, look, put your hands down. All of you are intelligent, capable.
well able to do your five daily prayers, all of you.
Marcia Latvala, I feel like
I'm speaking to adults, not young children, not young men. Because of the answers that I'm getting. It shows alarm abetik, how intelligent you are, how much you think about it before you speak and how much you already know. And I feel like next time we need to make the lesson a little bit harder, because I feel like all of you understanding everything. Okay.
So the prayer, we have to pray five times a day for men. No women, correct?
Exactly. Men and women, everybody.
Don't worry, don't worry. Don't worry. Don't leave that. Don't worry, leave that. The next thing we have to do. The next pillar of Islam. So we said, the first one is the Shahada. tain The second one is the prayer. What is the third one?
No, no, no.
Which once a year?
once a year.
Huh? zeca? What is the zeca?
Yes. What is? If you get it wrong? You're not getting a lolly? Yes. Yes.
Making charity to make charity for the people. What do you mean make charity? What does that mean? give charity. clothes. You get half a Lolita?
Yeah, yes. Yes.
almsgiving. That's a very good translation of it. Arms. But it's not exactly the same. It's what how do I get this occur? Can anybody tell me how to give a sucker?
Allah walkabout? That's a lot. No, no, that's a lot. 20% is a roof.
That's higher than a VAT that we're paying in this country? No. No. How do I get? How do I give soccer? No, no, hopefully for you? Yes.
No, not quite Yes. No. Use of
from what what do I give it from? What do I give it from Uppsala?
Stop at your wealth stop at your wealth you had to do was put your hands down? Listen.
Zakah is what you take out? And how much do I take out this? Can anybody tell me? How much is it? And as I'm coming to you? How much is it?
Not 5%. That's too much.
2.5%. So out of every 100 things that I have, generally, generally, I take out two and a half of it. So if I, let's say I have 600 pounds, or I have 1000 pounds,
I will take out 2.5% of that. 1000 pounds.
That's all it is. And it's it's what you take out from what you have kept for one year. So let's see if I have 10,000 pounds. And I have it for 10 months of the year. Do I pay zakat on that or not? And why?
for the whole year? And which which calculation are we using? Are we using the
I don't like saying this the January February calculation. Are we using the Hijri month which one are we using?
No, because this is the calendar of the Muslims. This is the calendar of the Muslims. So zeca is what you pay of what you have
of wealth. That is over certain boundary for a whole year, not what you've kept for 10 months, or 11 or five months, and a whole year has to pass. Okay, so that's our next pillar of Islam. Have any of you ever played soccer?
I don't think so. I don't think so.
No, no, I don't think any of you have played soccer. Would you what you should say is when you go home, ask your parents
have we paid soccer
Ask them how did they pay the car? And what did they pay? There's a cartoon. It makes you understand. It makes you understand
it makes you understand what they use it for
the next pillar that we have, which is the fourth pillar What is it?
hedge hedge Where's hedge? Where is hedge? Where is hedge?
Lisa was hardware do we do Hodge huh? MK Mashallah Tabata comma. How
can I? What time of the year do i do Hodge? What time of the and how many times in a year? Can I do hedge? Use of
I can't hear you so honestly, I think your battery's a lot today. Which
I can't hear you honestly.
Thank you. Anytime Aloma baddeck this is you making things easy?
Once what month of the month
what month of the year Can I do Hodge yes young lady
Zola head hedger Did you know that by yourself with someone tell you?
You're getting you're getting a loan inshallah. Okay, let's ask someone. What month what number of in category in an order what month is?
What month? Is it?
you're not getting any lolly today?
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Young lady. What month is it? Is it the first or is it the last?
The 12th it's the last month of the Islamic calendar. It's the last month of the summer camp. Look. We need to learn this. It's really important because all of our worship that we do in Islam for hedge forum avant Fonseca they're all connected to the Islamic calendar.
The last one that we do. The last pillar of Islam is no no no Put your hands down Put your hands on.
So So Ramadan what is fasting? Ha. How do I fast I don't know how to fast how do I fast?
Don't eat food. Can I have a sip of water?
Lack of lolly
you guys making things difficult?
When what time from what time? What time from what time? What?
No, no. Doesn't work with me.
Danny What time?
What's fajita? Margaret.
What is fragile to Margaret.
Is it sunrise to sunset? Hmm.
Who said no? Did you say no? No. Was you you, you you? You said no. Keep your no keep your no sunrise to sunset. Right.
Masha? Allah, none of you are have fasted.
I'll tell you why. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. If you're eating from sunrise, if you're not eating and not drinking from sunrise to sunset, that's incorrect. Because that's after fudger. So it needs to be from the beginning of fetcher all the way to sunset, not sunrise to sunset. The one who fasts or thinks that fasting from sunrise to sunset has not fasted. This is not accepted by Allah.
Is that clear? So it's from fetchit beginning of fudger
up to where? sunset method? Yes, yes.
The forfeiture. I hope your father is not telling you after fudger hope your father's not telling you Okay. Yes, young man.
Mashallah Tabata Kala that's a good way of putting it. That's a good way of putting it, not sunrise. People say that and it is incorrect. I've heard this on TV people who are speaking about Islam. Muslims, saying fasting is from sunrise to sunset.
Like I say to this person, have you? I mean, have you fasted? Have you understood fasting
Lumsden? So this is our last pillar of Islam.
I want someone in order in order who has not participated, to say to us What?
How many pillars did we discuss? And what were they? Yes and No, you participated yesterday, man. Five Pillars. Can you name them? For me the first one Shahada, and if I say the Shahada, am I a Muslim or not?
You're a Muslim. What's the next one?
Hmm. Prayer. Excellent. What's the next one?
What's the next one before Hodge?
zeca and then after zeca
Hodge, and then after that last one.
Do we all know it?
Do we all know it? Somewhat? What's the first pillar? Shahada? What's the first pillar?
What's the first pillar?
Yeah, Shahada welcome undo
shatta Shahada, Mashallah
I wanted to keep this for next week. But how long have you been going 45 I think this is enough. I wanted to keep this for next week. Make it a surprise, but I think he shall accent you've worked really hard. We're going to do, I'm going to tell you what we want to do next week. I want to ask you, all of you to think about this before you say anything.
When you pray, and we discussed the prayer has to be like the Prophet the prophet SAW Salah.
Have you ever wondered how the prophet SAW Salem? prayed? Exactly. Have you ever wanted your prayer? To be like the prayer of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Put your hands up if you want to be if you want to pray exactly like that. The way of the prophets Asana. Could you answer if you want?
Now what do you guys think? Next week, we discuss the actions of the prayer of how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed, would you guys be happy with that? So we go through with action, step by step from beginning to end of how to pray, like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would not be amazing. Someone from Newcastle
knows how to pray like the Prophet sallallahu sallam. 1440 years after the Hydra, we are still able to pray like our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
Even though we are on an island, far away from where Islam came from, we are still able to do that.
Isn't this amazing that we are able to do that.
And inshallah we'll start with the Voodoo of how to beget before the prayer of how to make it like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and all of us in sha Allah will leave knowing as a general of how to do it correctly. And in sha Allah, we can teach our siblings and in sha Allah, we can teach other friends that we have in school, or family friends that come to visit inshallah we can teach them as well.
Did you understand
what's your name?
No, not you. Very Yes, you you
huh? Okay, before you said What's your name? Yes.
Sacco Masha. Allah, Allah. Masha, Allah. Allah. Did you understand Sacco?
What about you after 100? You understand what we discussed today?
Did you understand some? Did you understand young man? Huh? What's, what's the first pillar of Islam
will come to you.
Don't be shy, okay?
That Allah put this in your heart or that somebody was pretty
well done. What's the next pillar of Islam?
Don't be shy. So we said, the first one is Shahada. The next one is
pray. No, I'm not asking you. I'm not asking you. I'm asking this young man, Mohammed amin, correct.
and as often
What's the next pillar of Islam after Shahada? would you answer the answer?
The prayer well done.
What was the third one? Just just recapping.
Yeah, correct. What's the one after the second?
Me? Yeah, you're gonna get an awful lot if you get it wrong.
Okay, you can have
some, what's the last one? fasting someone I'm Allah. So inshallah we'll leave it at that. Do we have any questions before we end the session? Did the girls have any question?
Do you have any question?
Yes. Do you know how would you say? a shirt?
To a shadow? Mohammedan. Up to
you put that in your mind. You're not actually becoming a Muslim? What does it mean in your mind? If you don't believe it? Then you're not a Muslim? If you believe what you're saying, then you're a Muslim. For example.
Sorry. For example, what's your brother's name?
What was he? What could you have another brother?
Sister. Okay, what's it? What's your name? If I if I said I, I bear witness that I is in this room? Am I being truthful?
Is she here?
And it goes she says she's on the girls side. So when you're saying something you believe in your heart, and you know to be true. Okay? That's what Shahada means. Is that you believe in your heart and you said with your tongue like your father
your father's name is coward one can anybody tell you otherwise like his name is Abdullah Would you believe that? But you know his name is catwa like that this is what testimonies that you believe it in your heart and you said with your tongue like some
It's like Halloween cuz like doesn't really do anything with like no religion.
No, no, let them let them ask let them ask Mashallah. But this is your question Halloween halal or haram? So what you want to know Okay, okay. Mashallah.
it doesn't matter. Who says what, or where they're from? Or what degree and title that they hold. Our religion
is based upon what Allah has commanded us. And what the prophet sallallahu Sallam told us from our from what we discussed, is that we do things in their religion, like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us and I'll explain why I'm saying that. In Islam, we have two days of celebration. What are they? What are these two days of celebration? At what what's what's
we do after Ramadan? And the next one is well, yes, unless
either one do we do a lot? Ha, ha.
When do we do it?
After work after after Ramadan
after, after what?
After the alarm about equal I don't know whether you're celebrating
after two months or what? What do we when do we celebrate aid? I love her when we celebrated Yes, young lady.
To a 10th of the picture, May Allah forgive you. May Allah forgive you. I'm
sorry. Well, I forgive you say I mean.
Put your hands down. Look, Allah subhanho wa Taala has set for two days of celebration. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went to Medina, the people of Medina who had recently became Muslim, they were celebrating a day other than these two days. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to them, what is it that you're doing? They said, this is a day before Islam. We used to celebrate we used to do it read. The prophet SAW Selim told them. Allah has changed this for you and gave you two days that are better for you. I'll fatal and this is the celebration of the Muslims. It doesn't matter what celebration they bring Halloween, Valentine's Day, Christmas
guy forks, whatever it may be. It has nothing to do with our religion. And we don't celebrate it and we stay away from it. Okay, and we say it is haram and we do not participate in it. Even if other Muslim families are doing it. We don't do it.
Even if other people are telling us It's okay, we know what's not okay? Because Allah gave his two days that are better than everything else that the people can come up with. People do Halloween here. When you go to Mexico, other parts of the world, they have different celebrations. I think they have a day called the Day of the Dead, or something like that. Yeah. So what does that mean? Does that mean we celebrate with them? No.
Have you go somewhere else we included some people have noticed. Does that mean we celebrate? No, we don't celebrate that. Allah has given us two days that are better for us than everything else.
Better than Independence Day, better than national day better than this day in that day. It is the day of the two weeks that Allah has given us. Yes, that does that answer your question? Baraka McPhee, I like your question. I do. Well, I appreciate that.
Come on. One more question. Yes, young man.
You Well, the girls, the girls section? Yes. Do you want to do you want to do with the girls? No. All right. Oh, you scared me? Scared me.
Okay, scared me. Are you gonna ask to go sit in the girls of the salon? Okay.
Okay, are you allowed to celebrate a graduation party, differentiate between what the disbelievers do, and what is permissible in Islam, you are allowed to celebrate and inshallah Allah knows best, but not the celebration that they are doing. You are allowed to, for example, for example, you've graduated, let's say, from a university and an Islamic University, and you come home, and we the people of the masjid, we cook food, and we're happy that you've came home, and you've graduated from an Islamic University, and you're going to be giving and you're going to be giving Dawa to the people, that sort of celebration. There's nothing no harm in it. And the Arabic language they call
it the cream like to honor you, you see the difference, like we celebrate as a community for what you have achieved, but not that you put on some sort of funny clothing and you had a funny heart, and you pay three 400 pounds in ticket just take a picture to throw it up in the air. This is not from Islam, and you have free mixing and music and men, women shaking hands, this is not nothing to do with Islam. And this is not permissible. But however to honor you. To give you something to do something to make you happy, we're allowed to do that. But not like how the disbelievers do it. Okay, any last question? No more questions after this? Anyone?
All right, here
Why do we need God? Oh
You don't need eight lollipops. This is just this is just a way of rewarding you to say Well done, you have done well boys, we're not finished. This is just to reward you to say that you have done well. And this is your treat. Okay, inshallah we'll leave it at that. barakallahu li comm which is our common law heading for remaining patient. Did the girls have any question? Allah May Allah forgive them. I felt like there's just one person. inshallah we'll leave it at that. And jack ma kana for being patient with me, and inshallah we'll carry on next week to learn how to pray like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed spanic Aloma from the
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