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Buloogh al-Maram – The Book of Zakah #17

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Tim Humble

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Hadeeth 515-519

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he was really the beginner Mohammed were either early he was a big marine and bad. So we continue inshallah with Bulova Milan. We're in the chapter of Sadako to toe work, the voluntary charity, the charity that is voluntary. And we reached the Hadith when Abby said a gentle forgery of the Allahu anhu and who call jet Xena Boomerang Atwood. Numerous Rudin, rob the Allahu anhu for call it Allah Salalah in a model tele oma be sadhaka What can I nd hurry Yun Li for our to an utter sadhaka be verzameld numerous Rudin and who were weleda who are how komentar saw Dr. de la him for calling nibio sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Masada cognomen Rudin zone juki while while I do Qi a half comenta saw duck TV I lay him Rahul Buhari.

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Abdullah sorry, the height is the height is very sorry 200 rhodiola and

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that Xena, the wife of Abdullah live in Miss root

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rhodiola who and whom

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she came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. She said O Messenger of Allah. Today you have commanded us to give charity.

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And I have

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jewelry

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that belongs to me. And I wanted to give it in charity.

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And even Mr. Old believes that he and his children are more of the most deserving of those that I would give charity to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said even Masaru told the truth, your husband and your children are the most deserving of those that you can give charity to. And this hadith is narrated by Lima Bihari, in his saw here,

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this Hadeeth, we're going to look at it from two different angles. The first thing that we need to look at within this hadith and we need to kind of appreciate and understand is that which we've already spoken about last week, which was the statement of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam.

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Web,

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be mantero

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begin with your family members. And so this heading in general doesn't go against what we had already mentioned in the previous ahaadeeth.

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It doesn't go against what we've already mentioned in the previous ahaadeeth, which is the concept that a person begins with their family members when it comes to sadhaka. And this is better for them

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than for them to give their sadaharu to a needy person outside of their family members when they have within their family members, someone who is equally deserving, or who is needy, of having that sadhak.

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That particular point doesn't really contradict what we spoke about in the previous ahaadeeth. So there really isn't anything here that is

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problematic or difficult. Because that concept web

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Beeman terrible, we're already covered it in the previous ahaadeeth a person wants to give sadaqa and they have a family member who is in need that is more deserving for them than the person who is further away from them.

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However, this hadith has a problem in it or a question in it

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which some of the earlier

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they found it to be problematic.

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And that is the question of whether this hadith refers to voluntary sadaqa or whether it refers to Zakah

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From here we have Ms. Ella, which is is a woman allowed to give the car to her husband.

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And this hadith is one of the issues within that mess Allah one of the idealer because some of the earlier man they took this hadith to be about the second

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and half

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what is apparent from what has been hydro did is that half a dozen hydro didn't take that opinion. Why? Because he put the Heidi's in Babel saw the aquatic turtle work, the voluntary sada

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so it appears that it has been hedger his third year, his preferred opinion is that this hadith refers to voluntary charity piab, let's ask ourselves a different question. Let's ask ourselves the question that if there was

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a woman who gave that car to her husband, what is the objection to it? Didn't we say the only objection in the car to family members is what is? Would you be unethical? Right? unethical to law Jeeva, you have to spend upon your wife, so you can't give the car to your wife. Right? You have to spend upon your wife. So you can't give us a car to your wife, you have to spend upon your children. So you can't give the car to your children that we spoke about that last time. What is the problem if a woman gives a cat to her husband?

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What's the problem here? He's not obligatory, he's not. It's not a job. And she doesn't have to give to him. So why is the problem? What is the machine

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in a woman giving the car to her husband that made the majority of the LMS is not allowed?

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What did they find to be a problem in it?

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The issue has to do with the man we're getting their

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sheets she doesn't have to spend upon him. So really, there shouldn't be

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a problem. The problem is she gives the car to her husband, what does he do with it?

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spend it on her for the car to Tarot de la ha, the car comes back to her. And from this point of view, many of the scholars they said it is not allowed for a woman to give the car to her husband. Because there's a car cannot come back to the person who gave it.

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You cannot give the car and then have that Zack has spent upon you.

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So for that reason, many of them they held the opinion that it is not permissible for a woman to give zeca to

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her husband.

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There are some

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who took this Hadees.

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And they simply said

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that this hadith is not a problem because this hadith is saga Tato. It's voluntary sadhaka. So there is no concern for us. We don't even need there is no SQL in the Hadees in the first place, because the Hadeeth is voluntary. And this was the opinion of the man

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and a group of people.

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And they said it is permissible for a woman to give voluntary sadaqa to her husband. Because at the end of the day, voluntary sadaqa is not bound by the rules of obligatory zakat. That's what they said.

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That's what they said.

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However, what is their evidence?

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What is their evidence?

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To see that this is voluntary sada is not evidence that will have ever been hydro brought in the chapter and it was the Delete, where they bring a delete from this hadith that says that the sadaqa here is voluntary.

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And when you hear this, you will think wow, scholars they really think about things in detail. They don't let it go.

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What in the Heidi indicated,

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because she said

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a monetary sadhaka and motoyama be sadhaka. Today you commanded us to give sadaqa so the command to give sadaqa is Zakah right

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They said that the evidence is in what she wanted to give. She came to give her jewelry. She came to give her jewelry. And there are two evidences for this. For those people who say there is no xikar jus upon the woman's jewelry, this is one evidence. But even for those who believe that there is a kaiju upon a woman's jewelry, this is my personal opinion that there is a kaiju there is still an evidence because she gave her jewelry, she didn't give this a cat upon her jewelry.

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So she didn't come with the 2.5% of the gold. Without her Heidi, the apparent wording of the Heidi, she didn't brings a cat she didn't bring two and a half percent of the gold that she had, she brought her jewelry, she brought what she had the jewelry that she had, she brought it therefore this indicates that whatever she was giving was not Zakah it was voluntary charity, otherwise, she would not have brought her jewelry, she would have brought as a car upon her jewelry.

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The second opinion is that it is permissible for a woman to give the car to her husband. And the evidence they gave for that is many, but among the evidences they put forward is the is the principle that it is permissible to give zecca to anyone who you do not have to spend upon.

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And so they said that it is permissible for a woman to give the car to her husband. And what it seems that Eliza gel knows best is that the correct opinion is that a woman should not give the car to her husband, but she may give sadaqa to her husband.

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There are some cases in which she can which is the same as giving Zakat to your children. We said like for example, to pay a debt, a permissible debt, because ultimately this doesn't come back

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to her. And likewise, we said if you have a child who has a debt, you can pay the debt with Zakat, because it's not obligatory upon you to pay your children's debt. So we mentioned this principle already.

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This brings us to another topic.

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And not all of the explanations of bluehill. Milan mentioned this, but what lighting is hiding this important point to talk about? Is it allowed for a woman to give her property in charity without the permission of a husband.

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Because what it appears here is that they know probably a lot more than her. She came with her jewelry. And she it wasn't clear Did she ask her husband's permission or not?

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And so this heading brings us to an interesting topic. Is it obligatory for a woman to ask her husband's permission?

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When she gives charity. We mentioned the previous Hadith,

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the Hadith of the woman who gives the food that is in a house

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without ruining the house. We said that it's permissible for her to do that.

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So the majority of the dilemma, they took the opinion that it is permissible for a woman to give from her own property without asking her husband.

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And they brought for this many evidences from the evidences they brought is that this wealth is her wealth.

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She is the owner of it and she has

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hakutsuru off to do what she wants to do with it. It's up to her. It's not her husband's choice. So if she decides to give her wealth in charity, she doesn't need to ask her husband.

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They bought the hadith of mamoon out of the Allahu and her alma meaning

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that she freed

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a slave girl that belonged to her.

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And she came to the Prophet salallahu early he was sending them as she didn't ask him she freed the slave girl first. She came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and she said to him a shout out to Tejada Salalah and I talked to

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what he did he

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she said, Have you seen or messenger of Allah Have you not noticed that I have the I have freed my slave girl

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and the Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim.

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No, your ham allowed to Allah He said, fi joas will taba

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almora be mad at her the lady is nice LG ha

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This contains the permissibility of a woman giving charity from her wealth without asking her husband's permission. And likewise they added to it the hadith of

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Jabir ibn Abdullah or the Allah one.

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Regarding the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam encouraging the people to give sadaqa

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and then he went to Bilal, or he brought Bella with him or the Allah

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and Bilal opened up his soul, Babylon bersih twin soul that who

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you will cliffy, Nisa, or saga, and the women were throwing their saga car into the sober villa.

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They said that there is no estate than here, there is no asking the husband's permission.

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They didn't ask the husband's permission. So generally, this seems to be a strong case, that the woman is her wealth. And we have multiple evidences of giving charity from the women without the husband's permission. So it would seem to us that she doesn't have to ask the husband's permission but we have a problem because we have a Heidi

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in soon and Abby Dawood

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and Muslim and Akhmad

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shanell Daniel Rahim, Allah to Allah said, How do you

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lie Jews only 18 hours a year?

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In the evenings, oh, jihad is not allowed for a woman to give something except with her husband's permission.

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So how do we reconcile between these two things? The majority of the earlier they they held the first opinion that it is permissible for her. They held the first opinion that it is permissible for her.

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And they answered the

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Hadith in Sudan, Abby dealt with two replies. They said either this is mean Babel

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will have this is encouragement, and it is something which is recommended. But it's not obligatory for her.

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And the others, they said, This, Heidi is understood

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in the context of the one who is Sophia.

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She's not very good with her money, she's not able to know how to give her money properly, while I talk to so for her and why like, Don't give the foolish people your wealth. You might be surprised but more than one of the LMS of Tafseer they said the Tafseer of the statement of Allah, Allah to suffer, and walakum wa to Nisa Amala.

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Don't give the women your wealth.

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In Canada, that's not the volume that is not what's apparent from the ayah. But it's a column mature among the dilemma of Tafseer that the meaning is don't give the women your wealth.

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ie a lady she's not, she doesn't have to solder off. She's not good at what she gives her money and she spends it all in one go. And she doesn't. You know, think about what you left for today. Many of the women are far better than the men in the way that they spend their wealth. But we don't say that's not the meaning of the ayah don't give the women your wealth. But it's an example that there can be some women like that. There can be some women like that, and some men like that, and some children like that, who they're not good with

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how they spend their money. So some of the earlier that they took this hadith upon this,

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and they said this Howdy. It refers to the woman who is not good with spending her money. She's not wise about how she spends her money. So she gives her money out without proper care and attention.

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And in any case, it seems to me an ally xojo knows best that the best way

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to join between these and there is there is more to say about it than this. There are some of the earlier man who said she can give a third of her wealth but not more than a third. And there is a lot of

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any disagreement among the LMR about it. But what it seems to me

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and Eliza Jen knows best is that it is at least recommended for her to ask

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Her husband's permission. And this is from the point of view of what they call it personal issue. Living in a good way with your with the wife and the husband, the husband doesn't feel good when he comes home and his wife says, You know, I had like,

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you know, this much this many grams of

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jewelry gold today I gave it away.

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Now the husband doesn't feel he feels like, you know, he could just at least have told me you're going to do it, you know, like you just came and gave it all like that.

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So, we think that it is, at least we can say there is

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a there is an indication of this. In the statement of allies agenda, I should not be my roof, while holding them is really the only hint of that they have the rights that you have over them in good and so on. That, generally speaking, it is good etiquette for a lady to ask her husband before she gives a large amount of charity except that which is customary to give. So if she's given what's customary was customary. What what would what would we say is like Earth dicer nothing like 10 pounds, 20 pounds, 30 pounds, and it's like it's something which is

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not a big deal.

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But when it comes to large amounts, that is a big deal for her life for her to just consult her husband is more deserving. Especially because we have this Heidi in soon and Abby dellwood. So it's more deserving for her to consult her husband. Otherwise, the delille for the permissibility of her giving it is a lot there's a lot of evidence that it's permissible. Like the hadith of maimunah may mourn it gets free to slave girl, a slave girl is not a small amount of money. slave girl is a large amount of money. She freed her without asking the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And the prophets I seldom indicated to her in the Hadith, it would have been better if you had given her to your

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read some of your relatives. He indicated this in the Hadith. So she didn't consult him.

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And he didn't say to her This is haram or what you did is wrong or don't do it again. So there is a permissibility but it is better for her without a shadow of a doubt that when it comes to a large amount of money, it's better for her and even in the hadith of maimunah we have evidence that it's better to consult your husband because the Prophet sighs I'm assured her that if you had given it a different way, you would have had more agile than what you got. You would have been rewarded with more. So even this shows that consulting the husband is more deserving of consulting the husband is better, particularly when it comes to large amounts of money.

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So we covered this

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this first Hadeeth and I think we've taken most of the points out of it

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that we wanted to cover

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our next Howdy, Barnum neuroma, Rob do love wearing humor and who call calling abuse Allah Allahu Allah who has sent them my Azad Oh, Roger. Oh, yes. No nurse had to malkia Mati Lisa, if you wish he moves to the mean, whatever PUT It

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This Heidi is the hydrosols Abdullah neuroma.

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And it is the first of the Heidi said I'll have to double hydro talks about a particular topic, which is the prohibition of begging

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and when

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inhabitable hydro brought the Heidi's on voluntary charity. So it makes sense to talk about the ruling of begging people. And so he brought this howdy daddy virtuallab neuroma.

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And this Hadith, it says that a man will not cease

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to ask the people, ie to beg from the people until he will come on the day of judgment and there is not a piece of flesh on his face.

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This Hadith

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speaks about the prohibition of begging.

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However, we have to ask ourselves what kind of begging is prohibited

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And when is begging not prohibitive? Because if we bring the new source together, this is where we always learn in this topic about gender identity or gender issues, we have to bring all of the evidences together in one place, because otherwise, we end up

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only seeing one side of a picture.

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So for example, we've already heard

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about this a calculator.

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And the purpose of the calculator that the people don't have to ask people on

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the statement of Allah azza wa jal Messiah lfls tenho. As for the one who comes to ask you don't stop them. Even though some of the earlier FFC, they said this is the toilet but

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yet Tisha, who? Who comes to his teacher, with a question,

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I can adequately hand the Heidi, the doll head of the IRA, the apparent meaning of the IRA is the beggar the person who comes to ask you for money

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and massage lfls 10 out, don't stop them, don't push them away. Actually let 10 have doesn't mean don't doesn't mean that you have to give them

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people misunderstand the

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Latin hub doesn't mean that you are obliged to give them It means you are obliged not to make them feel bad not to make them not to belittle them and push them away. Because Latin how it means to push somebody away and drive them away. I say get out of my face, I will give you nothing, I will never any, and you make them feel terrible, and you push them away. Whether you give them or not, there is no evidence in the ayah for the job of giving them which is why some of the people you see when there are beggars on the street, and they give them and you ask them and they say what a masala fella tenho, that's not them. That's not them a form of the ayah they understood the ayah wrong.

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They misunderstood the ayah. That's not the meaning of the ayah. that ayah doesn't mention whether you give them or you don't give them but you don't drive them away and push them down and belittle them and make them feel terrible. So at least you say, Allah give you good Allah bless you. You know, Allah, Allah, Allah give you wealth. Allah says, make your situation easy. I'm sorry, I can't give anything today. May Allah bless you. But you don't have harsh words for them and evil words for them. And that's the same with the person who comes with a question from Lucha Libre.

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And he comes to the ship with a question. It's not it's the same thing. It's not obligatory for the chef to answer every question.

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Rather, some of the earlier mad they took the opinion that it is haram, for the chef to answer every question.

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Because if he answers every question, he's going to fall into Elko, Allah, He

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is going to start talking about Allah without knowledge.

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So it's not allowed for him. But it's about how does he refuse to answer the question? Does he say get out? Get away from me personally, I don't talk to you to ask me this. Or does he say kindly? law bless you carry on. Hello, hello, Allahu Allah. Allah knows best. So the point here is, if we look at the news, we see evidences that indicate that begging is not heroin.

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And we see evidences that indicate that begging is haram.

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So now the question is, what is the case?

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Is it permissible, or is it impermissible? And that's why the LMR here, they divide it into two types.

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The first type is silent, attach

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the person who is needy genuinely needs, they ask for their need.

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They don't ask for more than they need, they asked for their need.

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And the second type is wire and mortage. The one who doesn't need

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and this is that which is haram. And the wealth that they take is also Mahavira is wealth which is forbidden for them to take.

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And in these days, this helps to answer a very important question. Because in these days, we suffer from hamdulillah not so much in here. We don't really see it here where we are. But in many places we see organized begging,

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where you have large numbers of people, and there is all kinds of criminality going on. There is slavery, what they call modern slavery, where they took these

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women and kids and they enslaved them. And they forced them to beg. Where they mutilated some of the children, they chopped them off their hands and fingers so that they can beg people. Many things like this jar, I'm very serious criminal criminality, and people making literally 1000s and 1000s of pounds every day, not the miskeen person who is begging on the street, but the one who is running this criminal gang.

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So allowing for you to participate in this is minute Ione. Alan Mulally Erdogan, is a kind of helping sin and transgression.

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And it's a kind of evil will lie. And that's why in some of the Muslim countries, we saw that some of the wallets are more zamolo heroin, they banned it. They said we outright banned begging in the masjid and begging the people.

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And we don't allow it

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said the only very act because there is a serious criminal enterprise going on here. So we told if there's any mortality who comes to you, you direct them to

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official charity organization who will help them but you don't give to the people who are part of a criminal enterprise.

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And so Paula, maybe you give to that person you feel sorry for them. And maybe they are enslaved by the person who is forcing them to beg. This even happened in the UK, let alone in other countries. And so it's very important that you don't take part in that.

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You don't be horrible to them. Massage in a fella 10 hot, don't be horrible to them. Don't be nasty to them. Don't Don't say evil words to them. But don't give them money. When you know that these people are people who you have can see Cora in evidences that suggest that these people are people who are part of organized begging.

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This is modern heroin, it's haram to give it is haram for them to ask for it. And the wealth they take is haram. It's not permissible for you to be involved in it. So it's very important we have this, we don't feel soft hearted and we start just giving out and we make the problem worse for everybody. Instead, we look for the Koran in the evidences that this person is telling the truth.

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And will lie if you look at it carefully, you will will lie Sharla you will see clearly the evidences that someone is someone is telling the truth. For example, I remember a man came to me outside of the mystery when we in sharika

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came and he said he said like brother universe, I feel really bad to ask you, but I'm a little bit struggling. And I want to go back to back home. He said Look, I don't have enough money. But he said I don't want you to give me any money. If you can take me to the bus station and buy me the cheapest ticket that will take me home. I'm happy. I don't need any money from you. I'm not asking you for any money. I'm not asking you for something I can sell or anything like that. Just if you can go with me to the bus station and buy me the cheapest ticket that will take me home and just put me on there. And then I can reach home.

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This person we don't know for sure they're telling the truth. But we see some indication that this person is telling the truth. I remember another thing that happened to me. I was with one of the brothers and that we were eating food together. We had taken food from a takeaway. We were sat in the car we were eating together and a poor person knocked on the window. They said

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please if you don't mind can we have we need some you know something for food.

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So the brother he took the food. He took the food out it wasn't me. He took the food the bag of food. He said take the whole thing we will buy another one.

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This man looked in disgust. He said you want to give me food he sent me I want money. You got money for me Give me money you don't give me food you know what you're coming and giving me food like that our money but he had said I haven't eaten he had not annoyed he said well I'm really hungry. I haven't eaten I want to buy food. But really what he wanted was money to buy drugs or drink or whatever.

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So you see there are evident there are camera in there are things that indicate that a person is telling the truth or not. And if you do your best and you give any turns out the person is not sincere. It's not your sin. But ultimately, people are not wise in how they give in this other people giving out the saga to people who are involved in organized crime and all kinds of evil things I've seen the most. Well I've seen it with our job when it comes to Santa Clara County people

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I saw a dry guy drive up in a brand new GMC, blacked out windows, big alloy wheels, everything like that full kit. And he wound down his window set anyhow, was there a nice, nice everything had everything and he was nice perfume rude coming out of the car. He said, Well, no miskeen while I'm a poor person.

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Well live and you kind of like take it seriously. I'm like I understand he could be.

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He could be someone who's cut off from his wealth happens, my bank cards not working. But then he started telling a story. While Ah, hey, I need you listening to the story. You cannot believe it's true. Yeah. And it's just IGN. If he said to me, Look, my bank card is not working. I'm trying to pay for fuel. Do you mind putting some fuel in the car? I said, Of course no problem. Yeah. And it could be even a Serbian someone who's rich, but he doesn't have his money, his money is not working and he can't get home. And when they start with a story of alarms or poor, I don't have anything.

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And you're thinking I can just change those alloy wheels for the cheap version seldovia who will get home and home and back again. And likewise, any some things you see in the harem for example, in Makkah,

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I had one situation where six different people told me same story around around maybe four to six people came to me said brother

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my family was sitting outside the cabin and they were praying and somebody stole their money. And the first time you don't believe it, but after the fifth person came to you and told you the same story, I said, Well, I maybe somebody took all of it because all of you must have been sat in a group.

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Gemma, you know, like a big group in a circle or halaqa and all of them came in took your money. Same story while I just my mom and my sister they were sat outside the cabin they were asking or they were making two and they turned around and open their wallet and they show you a wallet with a razor cut on the inside look, they cut the wallet and they took all the money then the next person can I say to you I'm sorry. You know May Allah make it easy for you. But you know I don't think this is a realistic situation. Maybe you go to lost property or Olejnik. Next person I finished from this one Wallah, he this one walks three steps. The other one walks three steps he opens the same wallet

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with a razor blade cutting it

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the same one with the same cut. As this one my mom and sister was outside

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the Kaaba and if somebody took their money

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your friend just went there ask him

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I'm maybe not do a third person come on with a similar story. Not exactly but they came my wife and my sister my mom and my sister was outside the Kaaba. I thought well you didn't even bother to change your stories when you started this journey.

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So this is from the begging which is hot no no Can someone else when they are in need then the shout here is that they asked them

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the powder alhaja to the extent of the need that they have they don't ask beyond that but what they have the extent of that need and ultimately will I believe in solder cart is so important.

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It's so important

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that we in terms of our solder cart, we try to find those people who are needy because we're like this other car is not

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we're not living in the time of Ahmedabad Abdelaziz Rahim Allah, Allah,

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where the person can't find someone to take their sadaqa

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We live in a time there's many needy people, many poor people. And if our sadhaka is going to people who don't deserve it, then that's taken away from people who really deserve it. But the only way you're going to find the people who really deserve it

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the only time you're going to find the people who really deserve it is if you actually meet people and find out about people and you really understand what people are going through

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you're not going to be able to do that if you are you know like away and distant and you don't like you know like people just put sada they just put it in a tub and just like us, don't ask me about it. Look for people, you know people your family members, maybe this is part of the benefit of the statement of the prophets. I send him web W and Tarot, you know, in your family met, you know, people reelected. I know this person needs it. I know that person needs it. And you try to help people, no doubt, even the most attach. The one who is needy comes to the question just at the end, even the one who is needy. No doubt is better for them that they don't ask. And we're going to come

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to this Heidi's at the end of

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it.

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At the end of this chapter, that it's even for them, it's better they don't ask, but it's not haram for them. It's not haram for them to ask, we've got a couple more Hadees

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to deal with, which will help us to get further clarity on this issue. The second Hadith that we're going to deal with the Hadees of Abbey hotel totally allowed to call callers who lie sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Mensa and NASA and one of whom tesora for in yes gemballa failures Kindle only a step three, bravo Muslim,

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Abu hurayrah todo de la narrated the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam he said, Who ever asks the people to cast Sora

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whether asks the people

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whoever asks the people

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in order to

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in order to gather the wealth,

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in order to have lots of wealth.

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So, this is not the person who asks the people in need,

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but the person who asks

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in order to gather their wealth together

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the person who asks in order to

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in order to gather a large amount of wealth.

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So, this is the person

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who wants has a craving for wealth.

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And they ask the people for that and the meaning of gem Ron here is now one Min jahannam it's like they grabbed a piece of burning coal and he like they grabbed a piece of Johanna

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and this shows that this is from

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Kabbalah is the loop

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from the major sins, because the major sins are those which are there is a there is a worried of enough there is a threat of punishment in the fire or called up learner or lies oj described them as kavir or Avi.

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So, here, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he described this person is taking hold of slightly taking a piece from the fire.

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And so, this indicates

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that this is that the author in asking other people for their wealth is attending.

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And the last few so early nurse Atari,

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the asking the people for their wealth in the first place is horrible.

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But it is allowed will be handed hygiene

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is allowed for a need and then hijacked as we described is because it has to the extent of the need only. So it is allowed to the extent of the need.

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Otherwise, it is in itself. Haram

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is in itself How long?

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What about the statement of the Prophet sighs Helen. So let him do it a little or a lot. This is important to understand, because people often misunderstand these kinds of statements. And this is common in Arabic, but we misunderstand this sometimes when it's translated into English. For example,

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the statement of Eliza gel foam and share FL you mean woman shaliach for whoever wants let them believe and whoever wants let them disbelief. This is not from the point of

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giving someone an option that it's okay to believe and it's okay to disbelieve, or it's okay to beg a little bit. And it's okay to beg a lot. Rather, this is Toby This is a matter of rebuke, you rebuke the person.

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Meaning that if you choose to do it a little or a lot, you're going to receive the punishment from Allah in accordance to what you have done. And it doesn't give you the freedom to do what you want.

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For example, the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Moroccan nazmi Colombia devoted Allah to them to stay fosse narrow murshid ma[???]a what the people learn from the statements of the early prophets if you don't have shame, do what you want.

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This is not an even this is not

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Permission permission to do what you want. This is Toby is rebuking them, do what you want, and then suffer the consequences of that.

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It's not a permissibility. So the statement of the profit so I tell them that do do it a little or do it a lot. Whether you do a little or a lot. It isn't an encouragement. Rather, it is an action of rebuke.

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And the next Heidi that we're going to cover

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is the Hadees of zuba zuba, our rhodiola and an individual salamander who call

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Li and yet hold a hadoken come hablo

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fair to

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be heard metal help up Allah wa de fair be

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fair Kufa, Allahu be her watch her. Her urine Lahu min ns ln s r tau Who? A woman EU Rojas de Zubaydah, Rm rhodiola. One

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aerated from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for a person to take a rope

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and to gather the firewood and tie it to his back and sell the firewood from his back, tie a rope to his back and put the wood on it and sell the wood pieces of wood to the people is for and for salad and for a law to just give him enough that he doesn't any to just give him sufficient that he doesn't have to ask people is better than to ask him for him to ask the people whether they give him or whether they don't.

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Whether they give him or whether they don't.

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What we can take from these Heidi's is from the first lady that we mentioned, which is the Heidi viharaya explains towards the kind of begging that is haram

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because the first one he didn't

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mention the kind of begging which is haram right? It said maezawa rajul? Yes. alnus hatakeyama Kiana wellies if you watch he

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was actually

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a person will come from asking begging from the people until he will come on the day of judgment and he doesn't have any flesh on his face.

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Didn't mentioned the kind of begging the Hardys who ebihara Iran limited to cash for the person who's doing it in order to get money.

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And likewise, the hadith of a surveyor a told us that even the one who is doing it for hija.

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It is better for them.

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And here higher en la Whoa.

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This is

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here, the BB

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the recommendation that a person doesn't ask even when they're needy, if they can find any other means of supporting themselves.

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For example, a person might say, well, I needed my touch, I need it. But the person can find something they can do some job they can do.

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For it's far better for them, that they try that instead of

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developing the habit, because it may be that a person is needy, but they still fall into the hierarchy. How could they be needy and still fall into the Haram because they have the ability to work, but they don't use that ability. And this is something that we also see very much in our times. People who can work, people who are able, they're fit and healthy. But the begging has become the habit the other to the point that they just all they know is well I will help me a little bit I've got a little bit problem. I've got that I've got this, I've got that I need your help, if you don't mind, please, and so on. And it became their habit

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to ask, as opposed to the one whose habit

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is to keep away. Police staff is the one who keeps away and doesn't ask the people and tries their best. And then if they need to ask the people sometimes they ask for what they need, but the one who is able to work, then that is far better for them, especially when they develop the habit of asking people which is where we get from the first Hadeeth the Hades or Abdullah miromar about the one who comes on the Day of Judgment without the flesh on his face. Because the habit of digging became a habit to ask people all the time. Instead of taking the responsibility yourself and trying your best yourself. We have one

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More Heidi's to cover them we can take questions inshallah one similar to when when similar new jundo are the Allahu Allah and who I know who call Carlos who lies Allahu Allah He will send them

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and Miss Ella to

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Kate dunia could to be her Roger Roger Illa. And yes, Ella Roger Lu soltana ofii marinela Buddha min. Raja who tirmidhi you was a ha ha.

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This is a Heidi

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from summarizing jundo narrated by Mr. metonymically. He said it's so here. And as corrected Heidi say

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this Howdy.

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It deals with an important issue.

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And that is

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all this it can almost be seen as a summary of what we had spoken about.

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And that is the issue of

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a person

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asking the soul pawn, or a person who is in a situation of necessity

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a person asking the soul time,

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or one who is in a situation of necessity.

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So here the Heidi makes two exceptions for asking

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something one exception is this exception for the person who loves good Domino. This person is desperate.

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They're desperate for it.

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And the second situation is the situation of the person who asks the salt Island.

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So the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam said begging is like a scratch with which a man scratches his own face, unless asking the ruler, or in the case of absolute necessity.

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So when a person begs is like scratching your own face, it brings disgrace upon you. To LMR. They say the meaning of QED here is it brings one brings disgrace upon you, it brings a lowers you down in the eyes of the people, it makes you someone who is disgraced in the eyes of the people, nobody looks up to you when you come to the people like that. And every time you beg, it's like you scratch your own face, until you are left with a face that is covered in scratches. And in your person who is any person who is disgraced in the eyes of the people. Unless you ask this whole time, this whole time here is the the governor or the ruler, and the Muslims in general, the ruler or the government,

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whether Muslim or non Muslim, they have an obligation to provide social

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and welfare support and whatever you call it to their citizens. This is an Islamic obligation.

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The one of the purposes the maqasid of the baitul mal,

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is to provide support

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to the citizens of that country.

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And it is permissible

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for a government. Rather, it is from the obligations of a government to provide support for their citizens.

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And I know, you know, they have this

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debate among people,

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too, to what extent should the government support their citizens? You know, it's usually a debate between the right wing and left wing politicians, right. Generally, the right wing politicians are kind of in favor of you know, let everybody just get on with it. And more of the left wing politicians tend to be more like, you know, giving just throwing money at people left, right and center. What is Islam say? It's interesting because Islam has a system of social support, financial support for the people. So the people have every right to ask the soul time to go to the one in authority and ask them for help and support from the beta male, or from the wealth that is specific

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to that soul time if he gives his personal wealth, some of them give their personal wealth to their citizens like to help them out from the beta male from the Muslim Treasury. This is from the rights of the people to ask for and the Sultan has a right to limit it the way that he sees his best and he too

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limit it according to the rules of the soccer and the rules of the sadhaka, the soul plan can have some rules and regulations about who we give it. And we don't give it to. But it's not prohibited for a person to ask those who thought the person in authority, because this doesn't disgrace them, generally speaking, it doesn't bring

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disgrace, and lower the person to go to the Sultan and say to the Sultan, that

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I'm in need of some support, or would you be willing to support me in this, this is something which is permissible, according to the need, but it shouldn't be men actually. And while in nursing,

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it shouldn't be an example of eating the people's wealth in falsehood, where a person goes and lies about their situation, or tries to get more than they need or something like that. But there is no harm in a person having support from the soul part. Because this is one of the obligations of the Sultan upon the people is to look after, and I think it was,

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it will do and mentioned it, even hold on mentioned it, and others, that really the soul time has two jobs.

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Essentially, the job of the soul time is to,

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one is to take care of the People's

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religion,

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intimated to look after the people's Religious Affairs. And one is to take care of people's basic needs in the dunya in terms of their food, and basic, you know, charity and financial support for the poor people and so on.

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So really, this is from the this is from the fundamental things jobs that the one in authority has to provide some sort of welfare support for people in need through this ACA, and the solder cart, and other means that Islam has legislated for them. So this doesn't fall under the ruling of begging. And that is why if you ever see sometimes the beggars and you you doubt if they are organized, you know, begging and stuff like that, then it doesn't hurt to direct them to an official government charity organization, who will take care of them, because it's not wrong for them to ask the sole part.

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It's not wrong for them to ask this whole time. I likewise, you can take from not that it's not wrong for a person to take a benefit benefit payments, if those benefit payments are genuine, and the person needs it, that it's not hard for them to take

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benefit payments, because in the first place, this is the job of the supplier to provide financial support. So People sometimes ask is it allowed, it's not allowed for you to cheat, it's not allowed for you to lie, it's not allowed for you to take the people's wealth without right. But if you were to have a need for it, and you meet the criteria, and it's not prohibited for you to take a benefit payment or a social support payment, or you know, and so on, it doesn't it's not prohibited for you. At the same time, it doesn't mean that you have to take it, but you should not lie about it. So what we see is that people, again, in two extremes, we see some people who take what's not theirs.

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They lie about the situation. They lie about their salary, they lie about the job, they lie about their kids, they lie. And they take

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what is not this

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and other people we see, they prohibit the people and they say it's not allowed for you to take this. But in reality, this is the this is the job of the salon in the first place to provide for people who are in need. So if they made a condition that if your salary is less than this, we will give you some support. Or if you have so many children, we will give you some support. Or if your house is too small and you don't have enough money for the rent, we will give you some support, but it's not haram for you to take that support from them. And the last part of the Hadeeth to ask a need which is which is is desperate. Then we already mentioned the permissibility of asking for a

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need which is desperate. That brings us to the end of these ahaadeeth we have next time a chapter on how we distribute the solder cart.

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Christmas solder cart how do we give it out?

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So so far, we talked about giving it spending it but we haven't talked about who receives it. So inshallah Allah that will be coming up next now

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It appears to us that obviously the UK is going into lockdown on Thursday night.

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As far as I am planning to continue, I'm going to continue the classes in sha Allah. But obviously, it's unlikely that we will be able to invite people to the class, most likely, and we will confirm inshallah, once we've spoken to the local council, but what we understand is, we will not be able to have anyone invited to the class, but what we will do is we'll come and do the class will livestream it is on youtube.com, forward slash, Mohammed, Tim, and everyone can participate these classes, you can still answer the questions on the YouTube chat, they call upon the screen, and inshallah, there is no reason why you can't just sit at home and participate. Of course, if they allow us to do the

01:00:50--> 01:01:22

class, we will be more than happy to continue doing the class. And we argue that, you know, we should be allowed because at the end of the day, you're allowing schools and so on, you should allow us to do our classes as well. But if they are continuing to say that, no, we're not going to allow you to do the classes, then we will still do the classes, but we will do them via YouTube, livestream. So you can watch those classes and you can participate from them from home, but we're not going to stop because in reality will lie and I I feel it's very important.

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When you've heard about this topic of Zika, and sidecar,

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you've seen some of the mahasin of Islam, the beautiful qualities of Islam.

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One of the beautiful qualities of Islam, that a lot of people miss out on is the

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how Islam balances the masala Anima facet, the positive and negative consequences of action.

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And this is exactly what we're seeing in the situation of Coronavirus.

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We're seeing that when a people don't have shediac from Allah, they don't have any idea how to balance a masala deficit, the positive and negative consequences. So they close what should be opened and they open what should be closed, and they bring everything upside down and then they contradict themselves 10 times a week and you don't know what the rules are. Why? Because they don't have a framework like we have in Islam.

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We have such an amazing framework of understanding the Messiah had an affair.

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Yes, we have masala enclosing the whole country doubt no doubt. Some people will be more healthy will save some lives and so on protect the hospital, all the rest. But we have my facet as well. We have big consequences to people's imagine people's health, the long term the children a lot of other things. So it's not

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these kinds of decisions. If you don't have guidance from Allah, you cannot make these decisions properly. And instead, all you end up is making foolish decisions that later on everybody regrets because you don't have Islam as a framework to tell you the positive and the negative and how do you weigh those things up? And how did Allah azza wa jal wake them up? And how did the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu behave when the diseases came upon them and struck them?

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And the tiberian and those who follow them in good How did they behave?

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Because it seems like this is not something that's going to go away right? So it's not like you can just close it down for a week and inshallah clear everything will be fine, right? The situation is not

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is not easy. So this is something where you should appreciate Islam, what Islam gave you. And if you understand Islam, and you understand the Sharia law, it becomes easier to understand and make difficult decisions in difficult situations. And that's really why we're continuing with inshallah with our classes. It's why we kept the message open as much as we can. It's why we did not stop the people coming to the messenger for the class and we kept the social distancing is why we continue to teach the children because we knew about these masala hanmer facet from the beginning. And this was something that is not hidden from us as Muslims with a Sharia with a law that we understood. And

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only now the non Muslim CEO, how we made a mistake, we shouldn't we did and we couldn't and we hidden that we wouldn't. But hamdulillah the masjid was Elijah shall give them tofield cola to keep the masjid open as much as possible to keep the classes going with the social distancing and the masks and everything as much as possible to allow people to remember a line worship a line in the masjid like the mercy was built for as much as possible and hamdulillah and if you see the outcome from it was a positive outcome. So inshallah domestic is going to continue inshallah the minimum that we have to do to comply with the rules.

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We will comply we're not going to break the law the minimum we have to do will comply with the rules but will lie we're not going to follow them down this path of suffer have stupidity that they are currently going on. Where they have no concept of tequila masala when it when it SF is shady many Muslims followed them in this

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without any understanding of Islamic law and any understanding of Noah's in and they just went behind them

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100 cheaper and cheaper on the right

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hand by hand and arm by arm. They weren't cool enough to them. And only now they realize what they did. And maybe in the future they will realize. So the reality is we're going to comply with the rules but we're, we're not going to go to an extreme. So inshallah as much as the masjid can be open, it will be open as much as we can do classes, we will do classes, whatever we can do, we will do inshallah. And of course what we have to do to, you know, to close when they tell us, what can we do, we can only complain to Allah subhanaw taala for the situation of the people.

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So that's what Allah made easy for me to mention. I think you had it a long time ago, you had a question, and I took it away from you. When I had I wanted to finish the job. That's all.

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Question was

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better. Have you seen that effect? When you remember Tony mentioned that

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you had

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to choose the needy customers?

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That it was it was a story of someone from Venezuela who wants to give them basic

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food.

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So does this

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is it is it clickable his color in this?

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What's the watchlist the left from the Heidi Jenny, the person didn't know what they were

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as I but I will lie doesn't come to my mind at the moment. Like whether there is a which is delighted the Heidi

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it doesn't come to my mind is good point we look into inshallah, about whether this hadith contains anything that would guide us on this topic of no doubt a person is not blameworthy if they give if they did their best, and they gave their sadhaka they're not blameworthy. But at the same time, we have to look at the maksud. Behind sadaqa was the purpose of it was the reason why sadaqa was legislated and we have to try to fulfill that mux it as much as possible, right? So we have to try our best to be intelligent about where we give our solder to. But if we gave it with our best intention and it went to the wrong person, you are not blameworthy in that. But I don't recall the

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Hadeeth I recall the Heidi but I don't recall the weather the weather there is a registered lol in the Heidi for that particular point. But it's an interesting it's a very interesting point I will look into inshallah and you can look into it to then if you find any shala you bring us

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some of the scholars what they said about the Heidi Mashallah, what did you have on the YouTube

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if a husband gave her his wife gold, it became her property. So then the same situation is applies here, that it's better for her to ask her husband's permission, especially if it's going to make him upset. But if she gives it away, it's her it's her money to give away.

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Sorry.

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Yeah, even if she wants to hide her charity, she should ask her husband's permission is better for her, because it might cause problems between them. And her hiding her charity. This is where

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the family speak about this in the issue of morality.

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morality, they call it

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morality alarma or something like that, the different levels of

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deeds. So her hiding her charity is a very good thing must have something amazing to hide it. But the issue with her husband is more important because if she upsets her husband or she makes a husband upset like that, it could cause a bigger problem for her than the issue of hiding a charity. So from the point of view of the morality is a multiple which is higher. It's a more emotive

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thing for her to care for her husband than it is for her to hide a charity. But perhaps she can join between the two by giving a smaller amount in charity that she hides shot one hospice

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Okay, we'll stop there. That's what Allah made easy for its dimension Eliza gentle special salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ajmeri

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