Buloogh al-Maram – The Book of Zakah – Lesson 15 – Hadeeth 505

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AI: Summary © The segment discusses the importance of protecting cattle from begging around houses and the benefits of the cattle fitter, including the ability to live from it. The speakers stress the importance of giving things that are not commonly used and the importance of voluntary charity. They also discuss the concept of "wedigging" and the importance of giving sadaqa to family members. The conversation concludes with a discussion of the concept of jealousy and how it can affect people.
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Good to go.

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Nabina Muhammad wa ala he was so happy he married.

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Okay, are we ready to start now? Okay Alhamdulillah I do apologize for the late start.

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We had some issues setting up today. We will be a little bit later than we were expecting to be. But Alhamdulillah we can resume with our chapter on the cattle fitter. And we reached the Hadith or the wording of the Hadith. We're leaving it in wonderful honeybees night in life.

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Our new home Annie tawaf fee Hello, Leo.

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As new home. Annie tawaf fee, Heather Leo.

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This is part of the reason behind the cuttlefish.

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When is the counterfeiter paid? Who can remember what we said last week?

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What did we say last week about the cartel fitter? When is that paid?

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Nobody remembers.

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Masha, Allah Alhamdulillah. We have someone who remembers Allah blessing before salaat allerede. So a poor person on ad. What do we want to protect them from? We want to protect them from a tawaf? What does that mean? Going around the houses?

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Going around from house to house and begging and saying, Please, it's Ed, can I have some money? Please, today? Can I have some money? Please, today? Can I have some food, instead of them begging around the houses on eight when eight is supposed to be a day of what? celebration? So instead of having that day of being been a day of begging, we stop them from begging? How do we stop them from begging on aid? By giving the cattle fitter so one of them accosted the purposes behind the cattle fitter is that the poor people don't need to beg on the day of greed

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one I be sorry, the new history of the Allahu taala and one who call con no earthly have examining Nabi sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So I mean, also I mean, also I mean sure I also I mean beep whatever por la Wolfie rewire. Also, I'm in Abu.

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Paula Abu sorry, Mr. Feller as Alfredo can

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Control authority joho visa many Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he Abbe de la hora Jo Abaddon Illa saw.

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This Hadith is narrated by,

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or the wording that we had is narrated by Al Bukhari and Muslim.

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I thought I was sorry, two, three. He said, we used to give it in the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a saw,

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of Torah an,

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a sort of

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and hear the word Tom, it can mean any kind of grains.

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Why? Why would we benefit from this? Hadeeth? What is the benefit of knowing that it can be any kind of green?

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What's the benefit of knowing

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that it can be any kind of green?

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or any kind of storable food?

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What's that going to help us?

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In our first Hadeeth

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we only had Tamar

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shourya. We only had dates or Bali

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sahale. First Hadees we only had dates for Bali. So maybe if someone read that first, Heidi, what might they think they might think that the cattle fitter has to be paid indeed, so barley no choice.

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They might think that it has to be in dates or,

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or barley.

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This Heidi tells us that a car tool fitter is not limited to dates or Bali.

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It's not limited to dates or body rather,

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dates, barley, grains.

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raisins, are all mentioned in the study. So as mentioned in today's program, what is time to iron in this meaning is dried food

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or dried grains, or tomato dates, or share your barley or zombie zombies? raisins.

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So this tells us that the cattle filter can be given from any kind of storable food. As long as we had said two things, what does it have to be?

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Is anyone awake on YouTube? No. Okay, what did we say it has to be?

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We said it has to be storable. And it has to be suitable to live from.

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It has to be staple food has to be you have to be able to live from it.

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So if I gave someone a sort of chili powder, would it be accepted? Some people love chili?

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Wood if I gave a sort of chili powder, would it be accepted?

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Why not? It's storable. You can store chili powder for ages.

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Because you don't live off it. You can't live off it you can enjoy a bit on your food. But you can't live off of it. Okay, what about if I gave someone a saw of milk?

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What if I gave someone a source

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of milk?

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Why is it no good?

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Why not?

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Okay, here, but this is what I'm into. I'm

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also I'm in zebby. Outside, I'm in Africa.

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So we have lots of options here.

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We said the Hadith encompasses all time. Why can't I give a sort of milk?

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It's not storable. Like, you can't store it. So why Why is that a problem? Why? Why do we worry about it? That it's storable because if we give something it's not storable what might happen to the food? what might happen to it?

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I give a poor person a swatch of milk. Why might it not be good?

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what might happen to it?

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goes bad expires. Yeah, it goes out of date. Yeah. So you want something that is storable. It doesn't go out of date and something which is you can live off it. You can live off it staple food. Someone might say what about raisins? Can you live off raisins?

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anybody tried living off reasons?

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Yes, in the old days they used to eat raisins were considered to be a staple food quote. People used to live off raisins

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so yes, raisins, dates, grains. Sherry What about wheat? wheat? What about lentils?

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What about lentils?

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What do you think?

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Yeah, lentils are storable they can store for a long time.

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And they can be a staple food. What about not?

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Yeah, yeah, you can store them for a long time. And they are you can staple foods you can live off of them.

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What is it best to give?

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Let's see. What is it best to give? What do we think is the best thing that you can give tomorrow? Shari? What's the best thing to give

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was the best thing to give we said rice The best thing to give is what's the principle in zecca

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what's the best for the *er so the best thing is whatever is best for the poor person and what is best for the poor person is whatever is the the food that they really need it according to the place that they are. Like for example in the UK today, if you gave someone a sort of raisins today in the UK, if you gave somebody a saw of raisins, which would be more beneficial a sort of rice or a soft raisins

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in the UK today rice, because people are more likely to benefit from rice than raisins. raisins are not really a quote in the UK like we don't. Yeah, we don't really live live off of it. So what we want is we want coatl Bella, we want the food which is the standard food that people eat in the country. But what are the examples in this hadith?

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Any sort of dried food, Tamar dates, Sharia, Bali, Zoo, Habib, raisins?

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Also, I mean, this is Heidi's narrated designer wording, or a thought of accurate, accurate, I've seen it translated different ways. I've seen it translated as cheese.

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And I've seen it translated as some dried yogurt.

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But in any case, it is a dairy product that is dried in the sun.

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Okay, that's a very good question. But we shouldn't use the word English we should use the word Muslim or non Muslim. I know what you mean. But like for example, I'm English, right? But I'm Muslim, right? So you instead of using their nationality, let's use does it count if you give a non Muslim No, you have to give it to a Muslim. Okay, it can be English Muslim, non English Muslim, but it has to be has to be Muslim. That makes sense. Okay. So, we said that dry a dry kind of dairy product, a dry kind of dairy product.

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I will sorry. He said As for me, I have continued to give it out.

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As I used to give it in the time of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Abu Dhabi generated I will never give it anything except aside.

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Okay, what does this tell us? I will never give anything except the salt.

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You can give more than that. That's not the problem. You can give more. There's no there's no issue with giving more. But what does it tell us? What does this What is this? Heidi used as evidence for

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prototypes and gave us fire? Okay, good.

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It's used as evidence that you can give it in cash.

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Does that make sense?

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Because the person can say, why am I bothering with giving this?

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I'm going to go and take money. And I'm going to go and buy rice and then I'm going to give the rice why don't I just give the money? So

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couldn't somebody say that? Isn't it possible? Somebody could say such a thing? They could say look, I'm going to take five pounds, and I'm going to buy rice.

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Instead of taking five pounds and buying rice. Why don't I just take

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Five pounds and give it to the poor person and let them by their own race.

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The Hadith says it has to be a sword has to be given as a sword so it can't be given in. It can't be given in cash.

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Why did my best hero the Allahu taala and Huma Paul, followed by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a courtesy. To hauraton Lisa me Mina love what refers?

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What were Martin Luther King from an Adele cabela Sala TV he is a cartoon Bakula women adore her bag of salt if you're here sadhaka to Minnesota caught raw Buddha with Robin Robin the manager was Kim.

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evening I buzzworthy Allahumma narrated for Oba Rasulullah sallallahu it was in the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made obligatory the cattle fatal

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to arrive 10 this slide Why is the cattle fitter made obligatory to her attendees saw him mean a lovely or rough Earth. It stops

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the fasting person it purifies them from Allah we were rough Earth, what is the meaning of a love we were rough Earth?

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A level is all kind of

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useless speech.

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That's why Allah azza wa jal called music level in the Quran.

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What is our Maru beloved we

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Maru kirana

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walk kind of senseless waste, full speech

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and a rough Earth here, because our rough Earth has two meanings in as it relates the fast thing here are rough Earth is

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bad words, bad speech. And our rough Earth is also intimacy. But intimacy is not the topic here because intimacy cannot be relieved. intimacy and Ramadan can't be wiped out by the counterfeiter, so refers here refers to the Kalam the speech that is rude and obscene. Colombian fish like the really bad words and bad things.

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So what is the purpose then, of the cattle fit of the first purpose? What did we say early on? Is the purpose was the character fiddle. We said the purpose for the cartoon fitter was a who knew whom Annie tawaf, don't make them beg. Don't let people beg on a day to make people back.

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The second one is to Horton, Lisa, me minella will refer to all the silly things you said during the day. bad words. Maybe you got angry. Maybe you said some things you shouldn't have said. Doesn't that happen to people when they're fasting? Someone says For example,

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for example,

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during the day in Ramadan, I got angry with somebody.

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During the day in Ramadan, I got angry. And when I got angry during the day and Ramadan, I started to shout at the person is my first accepted.

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They she says, No.

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Your first is accepted, but you need to purify it. You need to clean your fast

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need to make it right. How do you make it right?

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is one of the ways that you make it right obviously make Toba and in step four, and one of the ways you make things right is with zakat. alphatauri

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Now we come to the second part of the Hadith for men a couple of solidarity for here's a cartoon wakulla woman adore her battle Sala Tifa here sada Houghton Minnesota court, whoever gives it before the Sala there's a car is accepted. And whoever gives it after the Sala than it is a sadhaka Minnesota heart. It's just a charity. So this leads us to a question

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when is it obligatory to pay as a cattle fitter, and we covered this last time

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When is it obligatory

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to pays a cartel fitter

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What do we say last time?

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It has to be before the eat Sala right?

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It has to be before the eat Sala by a day or two days is the earliest you can pay and the latest you can pay is before the Sala.

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Someone who got angry and does a car the counterfeiter is not wired up upon them. They cleanse it in Sharla with Toba

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with repentance

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they have to pay before the Salah right okay if they paid after the Salah what happens?

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The prophets lie Selim said for here sada cartoon Minnesota caught it's a charity does not mean they sinful or not sinful.

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This is my question. Do you understand the question? someone pays their car after the prayer?

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Or are they sinful or not? Because the profits Isom said for here saga, Horton, Minnesota heart is a charity for them.

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is a charity for them? Are they sinful or not?

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They say no.

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One person says yes, one person says no. Telephone. The scholars different. What about the word for Allah, the prophet SAW Selim said you have to do it. He said for the upon you for Allah Rasulullah he, for Allah, it's obligatory for you. So if you don't do something which is followed, you are

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sinful, you are sinful. If you don't do something which is farmed, then you are sinful, but

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you will still get the reward of giving sadaqa you still get the reward of the sadaqa that you gave so you won't lose it completely.

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I think that is most of what we wanted to talk about on the topic of the cultural fit. So we're going to go into our next chapter now. And our next chapter is Babel. So the party's total work the chapter of voluntary charity. We have a beautiful Heidi

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we have a really nice Heidi everybody has to listen to a very carefully wine Abby, what are your thoughts your love wine who I need Nabi? sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and no call center it knew the law home ALLAH hafiz Lily oh well as we know in the law for the curl Hadeeth Wolfie Waldron Tussauds Jacobi saw the bottom of her hat Allah tala machine at home to me, you know, motif upon it.

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And I behold I also know the Allahu taala I'm he narrated from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, seven, Allah will cover them with his shade. On the day when there is no shade except his

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Yama qiyamah

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Allah azza wa jal

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on the day of Qi ama,

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we are told that Allah will bring the sun near

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to the distance of a mile.

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And there are some people who will be in sweat up to their ankles and some people who've been swept up to their knees and some people who will be in sweat up to their waist and there will be some people who

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you will GMO Humala araku, in JAMA, they're going to be completely covered muzzled. You know, like your face mask. You're all wearing now muzzled by their sweat because of the closeness of the sun

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on that day, and we talked about it in the hood, and if anyone wants to revise, they can go back to the hood, which was

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last week last Friday is hot, but what do we say last Friday scopa that someone will be in the shade.

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Cooler marine feeling

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saw the coffee your milk Leanna had

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eufaula been a nurse. Oh Carla, had you been a nurse or chemical Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, everyone will be in the shade of their charity Yama pm.

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seven types of people said our tone. You will know Houma la houfy lindi hiyama la Linda Illa Zillow seven people. Does it mean seven individuals?

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What do you think?

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It means seven people right? The only 1234567

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and he said there are two plus seven people who will be shaded on that day Abubakar Mr. Smiley. Now it doesn't mean seven people. It means seven types of people

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sabar to a sniff of seven types of people or seven groups of people,

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not seven people Cybertron you will know whom Allah, Allah will make shade for them.

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Yo mailout Villa 11.

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On the day when there is no shade except a laws shade

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and have even a hedgerow doesn't mention the Hadeeth of the seven. He only mentioned one of them.

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So can we remind ourselves let's let's go to the one he mentioned, he said what are drawn to South Dakota, South Dakota.

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A man who gave a charity and concealed it.

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Hat Tyler Tyler Hatton Hotel attalla shimadzu, Mattoon Fukui Ameen until his left hand didn't know what his right hand gave.

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Like, before we talk about the other seven, I have a question.

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This question is important.

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Why did I have to

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bring this hadith here in the chapter of voluntary? charity?

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Why? What is this hadith? What is the connection between this hadith and between voluntary charity?

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There's more than one connection you can give.

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What's the connection?

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between this hadith and between?

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Babel sakata total word

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was the link between the two of them.

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Do you have any answers from the people who are watching?

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What's the link? between this Heidi said there are two new little omala houfy li oma La Villa Illa de la and between the chapter voluntary charity

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to highlight sincerity when giving charity. Okay, I like that. That's good.

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That's that's not bad. That's one answer. To highlight.

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to highlight

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sincerity when giving charity this man is so hide their charity so much.

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They hide their charity so much that the left hand doesn't know what the right hand gives

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them left hand doesn't know what the right hand gives. This is mobile.

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This is exaggerating on the topic of if will Amell keeping your deed secret. And I'm going to tell you something very important. One of the best ways you can achieve sincerity in anything is to hide it and the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu if they could hide a deed they would hide it

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which deeds Can you not hide?

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Which deeds Can you not hide?

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Hajj, for example salaat in the JAMA

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cm you can hide nobody really knows you're fasting, right? I mean, you can't hide it by pretending to eat but I mean nobody really knows whether you're fasting or not. Had you can't really hide it.

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Jihad You can't hide

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You can't hide praying in the gym or

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but whatever you can hide, you should hide. So someone asked the question, the sooner prayer, where should I pray the sooner prayer.

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If you can pray that home, prayed at home, why? Because the principle is if that will hide your deeds as much as you can.

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But if you can't pray that home, because there's no time, maybe for example, you cannot market it. You can't reach home before someone came are going to be sitting in the masjid until he he can't pray so he can pray for problem.

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The issue is hiding as much as you can,

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and hiding it to such an extent that even your left hand doesn't know what your right hand gave this Hadeeth in some of its wordings has

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called it's an a given an example of Alhaji through Naka lube because in some of the narrations, it says Hector laterra Lemma yameen who Mattoon Fukushima

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his right hand doesn't know where his left hand gave what happened in his right hand, doesn't know what his left hand gave. What happened.

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His right hand doesn't know what his left hand gave. What happened.

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His right hand doesn't know what his left hand gave what happened.

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None of this his right his right hand doesn't know his left hand gave

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his right hand doesn't know what his left hand gave Do you give with your left hand?

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Ah moku mclubbe A got me got turned the wrong way around. One of the narrator's turned the Hadeeth the wrong way around.

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The correct wording of the Heidi this Hi, Tyler Tyler mushy Meadow Mattoon filco me know who his left hand doesn't know what his right hand gave.

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So this is an example of El moku. An example of a Hadeeth, which is

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some of the words got mixed up the wrong way around. But this wording is correct. So that the left hand doesn't know what the right hand gave. The left hand doesn't know what the right hand gave.

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What else can we benefit from this other chapter of voluntary charity? Who can we save the hobby for me see we'll have

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a sadhaka while axotomy sadhaka the Hadith contains encouragement to give lots of extra charity. Remember, this is a book of filk it's not a book of

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it's not a book of football. It's not a book of virtues of good deeds. It's not there to just make you feel good about sadhaka that we will find every other side of him. This is here for a reason. And the fifth reason you can take from it is the importance of giving a lot of voluntary soda or bad if you want to use awkward. Let's say it's the Bab electrothermal sada that giving lots of sidecar is something which is Mr. hub

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because he's going to shade you

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so there are two new little omala he literally he omala Villa elaborado What about the other seven?

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Can we remember them?

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Who can remember some of them?

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That's why I'm asking a lot of questions because they're sleeping today.

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Okay, from the people who who can remember some of the seven people that Allah will shade them on a day when there's no shade except his. Let's bring the first one.

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Yay anyone is included.

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Okay, so we do one way and then we'll give them a chance here. The first was

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immerman it

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is just ruler.

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I just ruler

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and we've already got one here. Why don't you want to solder kabisa cotton for a person who gave

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Either car and concealed it. Where are we now?

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Okay, a person who was invited to commit adultery or fornication by a woman of beauty and position for Karla in a half Allah and he said I fear a lot.

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got three now.

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Okay two people who love each other for the sake of Allah they need for that and they pot for that. How many do we get now for five?

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Here we are a person whose heart is attached to the masjid down Come on YouTube.

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The person whose heart is attached to the masjid

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Okay, so now that we have how many did we have?

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And what our June record record Allaha hollyanne for Albertina and a man who remembered a lot when he was alone and his eyes shed tears did we get all of them? Okay.

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Why did it happen in hydro to summarize the Hadeeth and why did he not mention all seven?

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Why did he only mentioned one?

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What do you think?

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What chapter are we in the chapter of sadhaka total work voluntary charity. So clearly this chart this had this hadith is related to charity. So he what we say if the salah

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and a showerhead he just mentioned the one that relates to the topic, which was while you learn to solder hobby solder cotton for

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a man who gave sadaqa and he concealed it. Hotel attire lemma shimadzu metrohm ficou yemi Who?

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Excellent This is our first Hadeeth our second Heidi Heidi for awkward. radi Allahu taala and who I know calls me a tourist who lost a lot while he was sending me a cool cool luminary in field when he saw the karate he had eufaula been a nurse in a rewire your brain and

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he said I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say everyone will be in the shade of their charity until the judgement between the people is finished.

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will be in the shade of this sort of hot the word saga here. What kind of sada is

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Columbia? infield Lily solder coffee. What kind of Southern high is it? Is it soccer? Or is it voluntary solder here?

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What do they think? Who's Who though people are watching? What do they think?

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The Saga here you're going to be in the shade of your saga? Is it Zika? Or is it voluntary? South Africa

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sounds a voluntary saga

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who was listening to the football last week?

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Who is paying attention to the clip last week?

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Didn't we say it's both because here it doesn't specify the word saga here is general. It covers your soccer and it covers your voluntary sidecar everyone will be in the shade of this other club. Your McKeon also from the benefits we can take from this is your voluntary sidecar makes up for the shortcomings in your Zakah

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that doesn't mean that you're excused from Zakah you can mess up your car or not give the right amount of money. But if you made a mistake in it, just like if you made a mistake in your prayer by accident, what makes up for your prayers, your voluntary press. So if you made a mistake in your Zakah then your voluntary sadhaka

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then your voluntary sidecar will make up for it.

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Our next howdy through an herbicide inquiry Ravi Allahu taala. Anwar and NDB sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call a human Muslim in kesar Muslim and so when Allah wrote in Casa hola who mean who do regenda why human Muslim in a Muslim and Allah Jew in our ama hula who means Mr. Jenner, what are you my Muslim in saco? Muslim and Allah, Varma in Sapa who Allahu Minar Rahim tomb raha Abu Dawood Rafi is Nadia Helene.

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I would I would say the coterie narrated the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa

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Sallam said if any Muslim close another Muslim when he is naked, Allah will clothe him with some of the garments of paradise. And if a Muslim feeds a Muslim when he's hungry, Allah will feed him from the fruits of paradise. And if a Muslim gives a Muslim to drink when he is thirsty, Allah will give him a drink from our Haleakala tomb from the sealed nectar. This is narrated by Abu Dhabi code where fee is net II mean it has a weakness in its chain of narration. This Hadith has a weakness in it, so it's not an authentic hadith. However, why do we think that half of the bin Hydra included this Heidi? Here?

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He has many hobbies on the virtue of sadakazu. Why, why this hobby? Why mentioned this hadith?

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What's the benefit? Can we see that the benefit of this hadith is to talk about some of the types of sadaqa

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close clothing the person who doesn't have clothes, feeding the person who doesn't have any food and

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giving water to a person who is thirsty? We can also say, and this is something we talked about in the Tafseer. Do you remember when we talked about Tafseer of sola bayona? Not sort of a you know, the Tafseer all surah till billet.

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And we were talking about the statement of allies. So jell o for Lakota Harmon acaba, de la cama la Cava for kusakabe, our mon fi yo min v Mesaba, we said that this talks about when do you give certain types of charity? In other words, if you see a Muslim that doesn't have claws, do you give him a sort of dates.

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This is subtle. But it's better that you give him what he needs, right? He needs clothing, you give him clothing, you see him in a state of hunger is better that you give him food than you to give him clothes. And while this is from infocus, saga cart from the filk, of saga, we mentioned this film of saga, we mentioned it in the Tafseer of sorts of ballot on the fifth of sadhaka.

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That sometimes people don't have this.

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Sometimes people don't maybe understand this particular issue very well. And maybe they get themselves confused. Like for example is many times someone will come to you. And you see that person, let's say has,

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you know, they say like, Oh, I'm really I'm hungry, I don't have any food. Can you give me some money for food.

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And sometimes you think if you give them money, he's going to go and buy cigarettes, he's going to go and buy, alcohol is going to go and buy whatever you know, even from the non Muslims, you people come to you. It's so important to have a full

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understanding when you give somebody saga. Am I actually helping this person? Or am I maybe actually making the situation? worse? I have this brings the issue out to what do you do if the person is deserving of Zakah. But you think that the person is going to misuse this account.

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So let's say there is a brother or sister and they have a problem with gambling.

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And they need their poor people, they can't pay their rent, they need soccer.

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We have to give them the money. But we think they're going to take the money and gamble the money. So how can we how do we fix this problem?

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We still have to give them money right? So how can we do it?

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Okay, but we have to give them the money because the money is there.

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So can we combine we can you're right we can combine between the two. What we do is we can give them the money but we put it in a trust with someone that they can't. They can't just go and waste it. We say look, this is your money.

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Like Elijah told us what to sue for her. And why local Malachi gyla Holcomb here don't give the people who are going to waste the money the money that Allah has made a means for your system. It's okay, Jamie.

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We'll take one more Heidi's and then we're going to bring it to a conclusion inshallah.

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The Hadees that we have is the Hadees of Hakeem his Ravi Allahu taala and who I need to be slicer lemma, and who caught Aliyah to earlier higher. Amina Leah de su Fleur

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WebDAV Beeman, Taro

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wa Jai Rosada McKenna en la de Lena, woman, your staff if you're a law, woman Yes, Stephanie. You'll need more

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Yo Nila moto finale will have full Buhari hacking his arm he narrated the Prophet sighs him said, the upper hand is better than the lower hand.

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This is a principle. Right? We can take this principle, and we can make this principle a rule that we follow led to an earlier hiren

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min. Elliot a souffle.

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Just leave it

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leave him on

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the upper hand is better than the lower hand. What does it mean? The upper hand is better than the lower hand. Giving is better than

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So you always want to be someone who is giving and not someone who's asking. We did the TFC have a sore I do you remember where we mentioned this in which sort he was unleaded we mentioned this

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in sort of late one marry I had in India whom in near matin teaches that. You don't want to have someone that has a near mark over you.

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Someone who did you know that people? You know, there are two types of people. There are people who usually they are the one who are giving and people usually they are the ones who are taking.

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Now, yes, any situation can happen to anybody, you can get yourself in a situation where you have no choice. But generally speaking, there are people who their habit is to give.

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And I don't just mean money. I mean their time. I mean their attention, I mean anything but they are people who are they are benefiting people more than people are benefiting them.

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And there are some people that their habit is always to take

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always. Now I'm not saying somebody is poor, somebody is poor, what can you do, you cannot change the reality of the situation. But the mentality is what the mentality is that I want to be someone who is giving more than I am

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someone whose habit is to take all the time

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and will lying or people who are very poor, poor people will lie, they don't have much money, but will lie they I feel like they benefited us many more times than what we benefited them.

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There are people who they're always willing to help out, always willing to do something. And you feel like Well, a lot. Like if somebody gave them something, it doesn't equate to what they did for them. Because they're always trying to be the one who is giving. That's the mentality. The mindset is, I want to be the one giving, I don't want to be the one who is taking

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and a lot of people will lie.

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It's sad when you go to countries and you see,

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like systemized, begging,

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you know, like it never used to exist before like people used to beg because they had no choice. Now people beggars a job. You know, it's become a job for people. And it's become a criminal enterprise with big gangs. And you know, it used to be that's the last thing somebody will do is bag, wallet, they will eat from the floor, they will eat from the forest, they will eat from anywhere, but they will not bag. Now we came to the mentality that begging comes first. No problem. Please, if you can help me if you can help me if you can help me, try to change the mentality, you can't change the situation. If you're poor, you're poor. You can't change your situation that's in the hands of a

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lot. But you can try to be someone whose mindset and mentality is I want to be someone who gives I don't want to be someone who is taking because the one the one that gives is better than the hand that receipts. And we have another principle in South Africa, which is web debt payment to

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begin with your family, your relatives.

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Now this brings us to an interesting question, which is the combination between sadaqa and relatives.

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So the first thing is, if the saga is sadaqa totowa voluntary sada there is no restriction you can give it to any relative you want. Because we said that voluntary saga you can give to a rich person or a poor person, it's better to give it to a poor person. But there is nothing haram if you give your voluntary sidecar to a rich person. What about the second

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there is a people you can't give zakat.

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And that is where the scholars they talk about wardrobe and nothing. Who are the people that you have to spend on.

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For example, go on your mom and dad for example.

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Your mom and dad, you as a grown adult, it is why Jeep upon you to spend upon your mom and dad. So there is no Zakah from you to your mom and dad, because there's a car here a conflict with what with NASA cartoon wajima with a spending that you have to spend, but what about your brother and sister

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you can give us a car, because there is no network how wha Jeeva between brother and sister, there is no wajib that you that are lost that you must spend upon your brother and sister. So therefore you can give zakah to them. And so on your children, you have to give you have to spend on them, right? So they say that for that reason, you can't give them Zakah there are exceptions though. There are times when you could give your parents or your children's soccer for example, if they have a debt, which is too high that you that for them to pay. Is it obligatory for a child to pay his father's debt? No, right? It's not worship upon a child to pays for this debt. His father comes and

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says son, I did a business and I got myself in debt 20,000 pounds, you have to pay it.

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They say no, you don't have to pay it. So now the car becomes permissible, because there is no need for power jiba for that situation, okay. So whenever there is obligatory spending, there is no Zakah whenever there is obligatory spending, there is no Zocor.

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As for the highest sadhaka, you can give, however, however you wish, what's the reward is it more rewarding to give sadaqa to your family or to give it outside

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to your family, if they are needy. So if your family are needy, then you combine two things.

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Yeah, you combined between Scylla to ram, keeping your ties with your family. And between,

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for example, feeding the poor person or a soda you combine between the two. And they have two rights over you. They have the right of the miskeen and the rights of the corrib. The family member. So charity starts where at home, this is based upon the statement of the prophets I send them web debt, payment terrible. Begin with your family members, meaning those who are needy, those who are needy, not just those who are needy, even the nafa you spend upon your children is a kind of sada

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what you put in your wife's mouth is a kind of is a kind of saga ultimately. So ultimately you're giving sadaqa to your family members in every way you start there. And it's important, again, focus on the heart from the feeling of giving sadaqa we often send our money abroad, that's fine, but just make sure that there isn't somebody next to you who is needs it right. Like some Subhanallah someone's neighbor maybe doesn't have food and they sending all of their solder cards abroad. Just be careful that you checked that your you know, your neighbors, your people near you, your family members around you, and then also your family members living abroad and so on. So you have to have a

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bit of understanding with your sadaqa to get the most out of it.

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And the prophet SAW I said he said

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Well, hi Rosada McKenna, Anwar Irina

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the best sadaqa is the one that you gave when you are comfortable like wealthy.

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When you are when you are comfortable.

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Allah azza wa jal doesn't like hardship for you.

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Allies origin you read the law who become a lawyer, what are you ready to become an Ursa?

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So a person who gives charity from what day is easy for them

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to have an aisle like this. There's an aisle like this. Where's aluna camera you could

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call it if they asked you what shall we spend in charity say the left over wealth that you have an extra wealth that you have.

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So generally, this is a very good there's nothing wrong with giving sadaqa when you have nothing if you have nothing you give sadaqa It's amazing.

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But the habit should be what when you have a little bit extra soda from the extra that you have. So it doesn't impact what it doesn't impact your obligations. It doesn't impact your family. It doesn't impact your wife doesn't impact your children

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have a little bit extra gift from the extra you have. This brings us to interesting topic.

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boubakeur rhodiola and when he gave all of his wealth,

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you remember the story about an Abu Bakar. They came and Armand said, Today I'm going to overcome Abu Bakar and he gave half of his wealth. And then Abu Bakr came with all of his wealth and the Prophet size and asked him, What have you left for your family? And he said,

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I left for them online is messenger. What's the ruling on this?

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trilemma they say

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that this is only for the person who knows they can bear it

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is only for the person who knows they can manage it. It's not easy, because many people so panela, he might give all of his wealth. And tomorrow he's begging from the people.

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A person who knows they can handle it is different. But even half of your wealth you should not give if you fear the outcome of that that is going to be you're going to be begging from the people.

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Abu Bakr knew that he could have suffered and who has suffered like Abu Bakr, nobody, after the prophets and messengers has suffered, like Abu Bakr had suffered. That's why they, they say this is not for everyone to give all of your wealth. This is not for everyone. Because it's not easy for a person to do that. And then not beg, not ask, not be in trouble, not have problem spending on the family and so on.

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Women as women your status,

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US law.

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Whoever abstains from asking, refrains from asking, allow will make it that they don't need anybody.

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So panela Look at that, if you don't ask people allow will make you a person that doesn't need anybody.

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And we said this is a theme that comes so many times in Islam again and again and again.

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That don't be in the habit of asking. If you need to ask, Well, I happen sometimes. But don't make it a habit. Make to be someone that

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leave what you have, keep with what you have, and Allah subhanaw taala will make it that you don't need anybody.

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Why am I istyles ne yo ninja.

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And whoever is happy with what Allah has given him, Allah will make him rich. I alone make him content with what he has.

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There is a giraffe for this.

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llama in the bigger mean a million thermocol Bella yaksha what you are in LA you smart one, FC la Tasha. You ask a lot to keep you safe from a soul that's not satisfied. You see, some people are never satisfied. Like they have everything and they say I want double.

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Then they get that and they say I want more. And they say if only I had a bit more hour. If you can train yourself to be satisfied with what you have. Allah will make it that you are completely content and you are honey you become Honey, you become rich doesn't mean necessarily rich like wealth, but you become someone who has been a knifes.

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Your soul will become rich. You don't feel like you're always creating what is in the hands of other people like jealousy. woman should rehearse it in either has said that jealousy where does it come from? It comes from you craving what is in the hands of other people. I had his car. I wish I could have his house. I wish to have his house and secretly wish that he gets kicked out and you can move in instead. Yeah, this is how sad when we shall rehearse it in either hazard is the evil of the jealous person. A person who says Allah what I have, I'm happy. And Allah subhanaw taala will make you wealthy and Allah azzawajal will make you that you don't have that jealousy and feeling towards

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other people. So this hadith is a very, very comprehensive

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very comprehensive hiraeth

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which has many benefits on the topic of voluntary charity. Next week, inshallah to Allah we're going to continue the topic of voluntary charity and inshallah we're going to be looking at

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maybe another few maybe we try to finish the different chapter on the voluntary charity before we come to Christmas solder cart. How do we divide up the charity now we collected charity? I've got charity in a box, big box of money zakat. How do I now give the charity out to people? Who do I give it to? And who do I who do I keep

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From so gaming shala look at that one. But next week we have more topic on the more Heidi's on the topic of voluntary charity. Just quickly while we finish up, you had a couple of questions on that.

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Yeah, if a woman's parents are in debt,

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and the debt is something that she couldn't, she wouldn't normally be expected to pay.

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Like, I mean, the girl she would not be expected she will not be normally able to pay she can pay from her car, because it's not from the things that is obligatory for her to pay for her mom and dad.

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So she can pay it from the zeca.

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Do we? Okay, carry on.

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I forgot to be honest, to look into that question about Zocor over PayPal because PayPal take a percentage of the fee. I forgot to look into it.

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Okay, I think we can stop there and shot long Tyler. So that because now we'll get ready for Seattle Asia.

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Question Yes,

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there is, or there are different some types of jealousy, which are permissible in the Sharia. But we have to first understand what the hartron jealousy what is the barbets of it, what is the precise way of measuring the jealousy which is haram.

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So, the jealousy which is haram, what is what is measured by really is that you wish for the world, for that person to lose the blessing they have. That's the essence of it. Really. Jealousy is that you wish for the other person to lose what they have.

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Anytime you wish for the other person to lose what they have, this is horrible. Whatever it is in, in

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South Africa, whatever chapter it's in, if your goal and your dream is for that person to lose what they have, this is for forbidden.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned two types of asset that a person can have. The first is a person who has knowledge and they

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use it to benefit the people and teach people.

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You can have an asset, but does that mean you want them to lose their knowledge? No, it means that all I wish I had the knowledge this person has so I can teach people, but I don't wish for them to lose what they have. And the second is a person who has wealth and they spend it all the time. For the sake of Allah. Do you want that person to lose their wealth? No, but you see, I wish I could have wealth like that so that I could otherwise you're not allowed to say I wish I could have

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That's it, but you don't wish for those people to lose it. There is another kind as well, which is permissible as long as it doesn't go over the limits of Allah and that is

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the jealousy that that person has for their wife, or that the wife has towards her husband, I protective jealousy. The person they don't want them to be like,

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sort of the they don't they want to keep them protected. In that sense. You know, like, for example, a man doesn't want his wife to go outside without hijab, for example, but it can't go over the limits. An example of going over the limits is the example of the headings of a shot on the other hand, when one of the wives of the Prophet or the Allahu

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Allahu alayhi wa sallam, she sent food on Ayesha's day, and I should hit the plate and smashed it on the floor. She got upset. So she took the plate and she she smashed the plate she smashed a plate on the floor and the Prophet size and picked up the plate and put it together and he said hard on work hard at work. Your mother was jealous your mother was jealous. In meaning that this is the permissible jealousy but it went too far. He went too far. It was permissible. Why? Because it was based on the fact that it's her night. It's her it's her time. So when the other one sent food. Yes.

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It's not so nice for her. But to break the plate that was passed what she was allowed to do. Then the profit slice and took her plate and he made her give her plate to the one who sent the food to replace the

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broken one, she had to give the one that is not broken. So this is an example of an end, for example, some of the scholars they give example on the man side, what about, for example, when a man becomes suspicious of his wife? So he has Leila for his wife. But it reached a level of suspicion, where you start to see who you're on the phone to just now, who was that? I heard a man's voice. Don't tell me it was this. And he's gone to the point of so advanced thinking of her and not looking at the situation fairly. She said, No, it was okay. You can fall and it's nothing normal. I know, you can't you hide it from me. And he starts to become it's gone starts to go over the limit, which

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allies origin, which allies which are set for him. So these are examples of jealousy, which is permissible, but within the, the limits that are set by allies, which, yes. Last one.

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We said you can't give us a car to parents, generally speaking, right?

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So do we give the car to someone who is not using it for halau reasons? No, we can't do that. We have to find a way around it. Like give them this habit, give it interest to someone else. We said about the example of gambling, right? You can't You can't have a situation where this person is using that money for heroin clearly, but if you give it to them, and they use it for heroin, that's nursing, not your sin, right? But if you know it, like you know, this person has a gambling problem. And then you go and give them you know, 20,000 pounds in the car. That doesn't make sense, right? You have to find a way of doing that without

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without, you know, putting them in increasing the hierarchy. With our new eligibility. We'll talk about what I try

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to do I help people to do good, and to help people to transgress into sin. That's what Allah made easy for me to mention our lives journals vessel salatu salam and Amina Mohammed. While he was happy as

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