Bulugh Al Maram – Book Of Fasting 01

Waleed Basyouni


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This talk was delivered at the Clear Lake Islamic Center on May 27, 2017.

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ratio will be considered authentic but it is acceptable hasn't anyway

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this hadith

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in ob sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he said Whoever eats or drinks while he is

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if you forget and you eat any drink so should continue your fast and Allah have provided you with food and drink that lead the mass majority of the Muslim scholars to say that if someone eats or drinks unintentionally for you for God and you eat or drink, you're fasting is correct. And you do need to make up that day at all. One because this goes under a general rules. we'll hop over a camera when you see an Scapa Houma boo, do not wash man.

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anything done by mistake, it is done unintentionally. Any thing that you've been forced to do you forgive it, you will not be held accountable that's a general rules in Islam, or I've been added to hidden in the scene, aka Allah says in the Quran, Oh Allah do not hold accountable, hold us accountable for whatever we do out of mistakes or forgetfulness. Allah said when Mohammed Salim recited this verse, a lot of light, and he said,

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I do and I will never hold you accountable for something that you do out of very mistake or forgetfulness.

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A loss of Hannah also said salted Lisa Alaykum Juna and FEMA a thought to me when I can matter, I'm mad at pulu bukem and Serato zap, verse five, Allah said, you will not be held accountable or hold account for something that you did by mistake, you will be held accountable for something that you did intentionally. And the famous Hadith he was telling me I met will be an Almighty Allah hopper only siano or Mr. Curry who la anything that my own, my nation will do it out of forgetfulness, or by mistake out of ignorance, or they've been forced to it, it is forgiven them. Allah Gee, this ruling was not the case. For moosari, sometimes people was not the case for Isa for Jesus people,

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was not the case for Ibrahim was not the case of David was not a gift for Solomon, these prophets and these messengers, and these Sheree eyes are not the same. There's some and some not like for instance, before you will not allow to do and to say what is good for even if you are forced into it. Even if this will cause you to lose your life, you're not allowed to say or to do what

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you have to stay upon the truth, even if it cost your life. That's why we know the story of the boy who told his mother or my mother upon the truth jump in the trench, you know the story of the trench when the king made fire and he start prosecuting the Christians and southern of the Arab peninsula. And you might ask yourself why this mother didn't save herself and just said I believe in you King I don't believe in God to save herself and her children but in the religion was not allowed. If she will do that she will lose her faith. She doesn't have the the leverage to make that basically choice.

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But Allah make it easy on this oh man that he made these three things. If it's done, you're not gonna be held accountable for it. If you did it out of forgetfulness, ignorant, or the third one you've been forced to it.

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And also the Hadith that we just recited vertically or fill up muscle mo continue your fast, so that means you still fasting, you didn't break your fast. And this is a soda from Allah a gift from Allah to provide you food and drink.

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For what? Whatever you consume, it should be not something you feel bad about. And in America hemo lasted No.

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and Emma Malik said, If you eat and you drink while you are fine, even if forgetfulness is not an excuse. Remember Alec said you have to make up the day.

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The Maliki are strict about this. Why Malik said that Malik and amalickiah said, if you pray

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and you forget one Raka

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you forget one worker.

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And you said Santa Monica Senado is your salon correct? Obviously not you have to make it back. So he said the same thing. Eating and drinking is a pillar in fasting. There is no such thing. It's called I forgot. So Malika Rahim Allah said that. We say that's not good analogy. Because any analogy that is used against text is not a good analogy. First of all, we have a very explicit Hadith in Bukhari and Muslims.

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For you, Tim Musoma continued fast. So that means is fast. But that emetic will say for you, Tim muscleman continue fasting. That's a punishment for him, that he should continue fasting, but he should make it up. He said, I understand, but no doubt that the evidence in the sight of the majority that's why some Maliki scholars like Eman

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Al katabi, the professor, the great professor, after he mentioned the story, I didn't want to say even I'm Maliki I don't agree with my Malik. My my Imam Malik Rahim Allah and I disagree with him. And I believe that it is not going to break your fast if you eat or drink unintentionally, or out of forgetfulness. Once I fasted I decided to fast

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and it was one usually I get so tired when a fast so I don't fast volunteer fasting, unfortunately, a lot. So one day I said I would fast was Monday or something.

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I woke up. I went to Starbucks, I got my coffee. I got my Americano. And I got my snack. I don't know what it did. And I had my lunch that day. Mashallah. Very good lunch. Then I had I remembered, I remember that I'm fasting literally 20 or 30 minutes before

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I had all my three years I guess. And I forgot I completely forgot. Even though I had the intention to fast everything.

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I said a lot must love me that not so much that day. Give me so much food and drink. But you know what I stopped.

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And my fasting I consider it correct because it was completely unintentionally.

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Half an hour.

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I'm Tasha doing an asylum

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I mentioned the opinion of the Malik Rahim Allah because it's so important for us to learn something that as much as we respect and and for kaha. And the scholars. As much as also we should follow the delete the evidence that even Eman Malik is a great scholar. And we don't know any scholars in the history of Islam among the great Imams, and great scholars of Islam, intentionally will be abandoned hadrosaurid la sala or reject hadrosaurid, la la sala. But they might have a different understanding for it, that give them No, but lead them to take a position against the Hadith, not because they don't believe in the Hadith, because they have a different understanding for it, or another evidence

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come to their mind. But no doubt the one who's stuck to the Hadith and to the text, and to the clear evidence and the explicit evidence is the luckiest one. And there is no scholar ever all whose opinion are correct, and all his position has to go correct 100% no one, even a great Mmm, like medical himolla like that. So we have to build that balance, the respect for the heart, the respect for the scholars, but also that we have to be critical thinkers, we have to examine their opinions, not you as a person who doesn't have that element of the knowledge. But I'm talking about the person who has the knowledge, you have the ability who have the tool. And that's why the oma develop,

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that's why the alcohol there are students were critical of their teachers work, and they add more value to it by being critical to it. And the same thing I would say, even here in America, even us in the dour, even in our work, we have to be critical of each other's and that's something good something developed. Yesterday, somebody came to me and told me, she was worried, by the way, you said this and this to that person. And maybe that's not the best way to speak to him, maybe you should need this being critical of each other's mirror to each others, you know, it helped us to develop and we should take it in a very positive manner, not in a negative manner. Or if someone

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correct someone or give us addition to someone that should be a something that it add value to our conversation to add value to our opinions, not the other way around. Because at one point in Islam, we took the opinion of the fuqaha especially these four imams as if it is Koran,

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to the extent that some for

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some people who

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then consider from

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said we'll call the Hadith in our Ayah every verse, every Hadith goes

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against what our Imam said,

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this is it's either abrogated or our or has another interpretation to fit our imams understanding.

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And if it is Hadith, it's weak.

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If it goes against what our Imam says this hadith is weak or abrogated, or there is like you have to understand it. In the same way my amount understood

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that why some people went very far to say, Farah and rabina, Romulan and amakhala be hanifa. And he may Allah curse the person who choose an opinion other than anyone's opinion, as many as many as many our as much as the grains of the sands on the face of the earth.

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And the billions of curse upon it. Why? I will use of and Mohammed Reza Shivani, the studio behind Eva, this agreement and even 50% of his blood was the first people to disagree with Abu hanifa

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because they were a critical thinker, they will not just the blind imitator.

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This Hadith shows you that the relax of the Sharia and the ease of our ruling and you'll not be held accountable for anything that you do by mistake.

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I remember him Allah said but what about other things that might break your fast

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if you did it unintentionally or odd for forgetfulness? The said like what like having intercourse.

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If you did this if we got the job faster.

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I Shafi and Abu hanifa Rahim Allah said, take the same ruling of eating and drinking.

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Because the same thing and Rahim Allah said this is cannot be imagined. How can you forget that you're fasting? What type eating and drinking I understand. Like, last yesterday, I was doing a sandwich for my daughter. So you know.

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I had the spoon had some traits of jam or cheese, whatever it is. This is just my habit. I don't just throw it in the sink. I like it. So and then I thought, okay, sorry about this. Oh, I'm fasting. So I didn't do it.

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But I noticed after finishing the sandwich that I have a little bit of cheese in my hand than I expected. Okay, I just one second ago for I remember the spoon, but second second, because the Hobbit. So I understand eating and drinking can happen, you know, out of forgetfulness, but how can you have intercourse with your wife?

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And he said that's not acceptable because it's unimaginable if somebody said, I forgot, I doubt I think he's not saying the truth. So my mother in law said no, if you have intercourse, there is no forgetfulness or anything. You're basically fasting is invalid. I would love I do believe it could be out of forgetfulness. Okay, it can happen while you're not aware, for example, laying down in bed, and especially in volunteer prayer, fasting and things like that. It could happen. So I don't think it is impossible to happen.

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They mess it up. Another issue, if you see someone eating and drinking adamawa

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Let's see. See now someone who see Dr. Musa drinking water. He saw the water. It is his water from yesterday. And he saw a little bit of it. And he has the habit of he loves to drink a lot of water and he doesn't want to waste water. So he stopped drinking. He forgot that this is still acid. And we're fast. And I saw him doing that.

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Would it be right for me or for his wife? I don't think his wife will do it. But would it be right for me to tell him Hey, you're fasting don't drink

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or I said

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always why would say you know what? I love provide food and drink poor husband let him drink enjoy. And or I say you know poor doctor rich families who work hard all day, the temporary that's from a lots of setup from a law. Why would they stop the law?

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Which which one you think is correct?

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You remind them absolutely because he's doing something wrong, which is eating and drinking while fasting. So we have to remind one another. Absolutely. That's what the law said. Next sorry. Go ahead.

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ebihara radi Allahu Akbar. Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mandara who by La la

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la la la

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la la la la, la la la la

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Mandara Pio fi lampada la for Manny's Taka la Hill coda. Welcome Hamza where Allah who Akhmad wakawaka Dara Courtney narrated Abu huraira to long line, Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, if one has a sudden attack of vomiting while he's fasting, again, if one has a sudden attack of vomiting while fasting,

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no atonement is required of him, but if he vomits intentionally he must make atonement. reported by him Hamza found a defective and adatto coatney graded it's strong.

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This Hadeeth had it

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Mandara pie fairy Sally acaba

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if you vomit unintentionally,

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okay. There is no need for you to make up that day. In other words, your fasting is correct. But if you intentionally vomit, that will break your fast and you have to make that day

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this hadith is very famous Hadith reported by a Buddha wouldwould telemedia when nessa he will be magia

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Medford Muslim Muslims and authenticated by also good number of scholars like I've been hidden like a hack him they've been Jose I'ma also

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remember how we had been Tamia all of them believe that this authentic headed and they take this hadith as a principle when it comes to his vomiting, something break your fasting or not. But this hadith also criticized by a lot of them out Hadeeth especially the early scholars have headed among the people who believe it's authenticity. Chef Michel Barnier Rahim Allah, but among a lot of other men who really heavily criticized this hadith at the moment but Heidi Rahim Allah and he rejected it completely. And Ahmed Rahim Allah hakala dallisa bishi This is nothing this honey at how strong he was for him a low to Allah.

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And remember to me the mentioned that buhari, buhari considered weak, and it'll be happy as well criticize that Hadith. Rahim Allah Allahu taala.

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And the reason for this, because he served in unison, right, this hadith. He claimed that this had deteriorated from a book that he written and documented from his teachers. But the reality was that even Ahmed and others they said Buhari said, when we look at that book, would we trace that book we found that this hadith never was in his book. He was mistaken when he thought it is in his book, but it was not from his book. It was from his memory and don't trust it. Also, there is another narrator in it called his Sham had been Hassan and he is a weak narrator. There is a debate is this a statement from the prophets of Allah? And one time it was narrated as a statement from Abu huraira

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the Allahu Anwar Allah wa

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and guess what, one time it was narrator if narrated and if he

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intentionally vomit

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alfalah efficient twice with completely different meaning completely contradicted Meaning, if this is happened in integration with dropped generation, we should we cannot accept that there is something wrong going on here.

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And one of the reasons that the Buhari rejected this narration because al Buhari in Sahih

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al Bukhari Rahim Allah inside Buhari said he report he narrated that Abu hurayrah said, Abu huraira the man himself said, either can either

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What can I put in the will fit through FEMA and whole laughy my approach and social Buhari Abu hurayrah he vomited, and he continued his fast when he was asked he said you only

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Break your fast by something coming in not something coming out

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so that's why Buhari have this very strong narration and you reject with it the narration of our era that he said that the prophets of Salaam said that but as you so you heard me saying earlier there is a lot of that not considered this Hadeeth authentic as well. And it's very famous

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and I looked up at the mean the earliest colors really majority of them have very

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strong words against this narrations and the authenticity of it. And many of the later on consider it acceptable, like an inhabitable Himalayan other.

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So let's after we know a little bit about the authenticity of it and the debate over it, let's see how we understand this text. Those who Mandara Whoa, hi, man holla Yanni the basically the vomiting took over naturally.

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Okay, I

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vomiting in Arabic language has a very specific meaning I pay attention to it.

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And tie, it means the food that comes from the stomach.

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Number one, number two, this is will not be called vomiting unless it's a good quantity.

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So if somebody vomit, and although he gets

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his spit like white discharges, or bubblegum or something coming like from he just the vomiting was not really a good large amount of food that will not be called vomiting. Because there is people vomit under vomiting is very small, just mucus and things of that nature that will not consider injury or vomiting. So the rule doesn't apply to this. It's applied to someone who bring the food back.

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You eat the apples environment, you bring the apples back digested or digest the you know it doesn't matter.

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Some element makes it different. But anyway, this isn't related to the issue of nudges.

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As for the person, intentionally vomit, no that will break his fast, intentionally put his finger smells things take medication, you know that it will cause vomiting, in this case, that person have broken his fast.

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The first opinion among the AHA which is the vast majority of the Muslim jurist, Abu hanifa was Shafi Well, I met all of them said that your fasting will be invalid, you will be invalid. If you vomited intentionally.

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If someone intentionally vomited, your fasting will be invalid. And also this is a very famous narration from an Informatica Hema who allow to add, but again, they said it has to be a good large number of vomiting.

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You might say shefali. You just told me that she doesn't believe in the authenticity of this hadith. So why am I mad says it will

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because Rahim Allah has other evidence. Like what like Magadan even palha met a dog that and he said to him, that the prophets of Salaam vomited one day and he broke his fast and filburn mode Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I found him later on in Damascus mosque. And I told him that Abu Dhabi told me that the Prophet sallahu wa Salaam vomited one day, and he broke his fast for Africa as a reason of vomiting, then

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the companions

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so Ban said sadhak he told you the truth, I was there and I'm the one who gave him water to clean himself afterwards.

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So this headed from EBIT da da and from theraband to so Hobbes shows us that then Debbie's also considered vomiting a reason for what

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vomiting a reason for that cm to be broken.

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Otherwise, why would they say he broke his fast after vomiting because it's connected to each other?

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you any Do you have other ahaadeeth and other duration and other companions said the same thing.

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And this had it by the way, it's very it's authenticated by large number of screens.

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Like it but Jose Medina live in hipbone and others. The other opinion says

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if someone

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vomited intentionally or unintentionally, their fasting is correct.

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It doesn't matter intentional intensity of fasting is correct.

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And the opinion and this opinion held by Abu hurayrah the man and also it is held by Indian Ambassador the line and also held by Eben Masood and also it was narration from Allah Malik Rahim Allah wa excrement and it is the choice of an Imam Al Bukhari Rahim Allah that will Buhari believes that any type of vomiting will not break your fast. Why? Because even Abbas said, Only you break your fast for what comes in not comes out. And abara said the same thing.

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They and they don't believe in the authenticity of the heady that I mentioned earlier at the moment Buhari and and others.

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Is this a valid rule that only what comes in break your fast, not what comes out of your body.

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It's not valid rules because period comes out of your body.

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Mostly postnatal bleeding comes out of your body delivery comes out and I break your fast.

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So that's not true. That only consuming something will break your fast also the hegemon, the copying according to what we said earlier yesterday. So that ruling is not consistent. And the Hadith if

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Abu Dhabi and Abu hurayrah that I mentioned earlier clear in relation to that vomiting intentionally while break your fast

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narrated Jagat Abdullah the Allahu Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam departed to Makkah in Ramadan in the year of the conquest, and he and the people fasted till he came to Corolla mean, he then called for a cup of water, which he raised till the people looked at it, and then he drank. He was told afterwards that some of the people had continued to fast and he said, those are the disobedient ones. Those are the disobedient ones. Another version has the people are finding fasting difficult and are waiting for what you will do. He then called for a cup of water when it was after the acid prayer and drink, reported by Muslim narrated Hamza bin armor, a salami or the

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law of wine. He said, Oh, what does messenger I find myself strong enough to fast while traveling? So would it be wrong for me to do so? ammos messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, it is a permission given by Allah And whoever acts upon it has done well but but if anybody wish to fast he would not be guilty of a sin reported by Muslim its origin is found in Al Bukhari and Muslim from ISIS report that Hamza bin Rama had asked

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the first Hadees Hadees jab at Abdullah the Allahu

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In relation to the prophets or solemn journey to Mecca to the conquered of Mecca and we know that took place during Ramadan

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and in Nabhi salsa lamb was fasting and he reached cure el amin Kira el Amin. It's a place in Russia Russa fan.

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Our fan belong in an ame

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restaurant is about 90 kilometers away from Mecca or 85 kilometers away from Mecca.

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So when he reached that place

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cannot I mean people were fasting as well, but got so tired now you're approaching Mecca, there will be the conquered of Mecca there is battles. So people need to be ready for that. But people who are very exhausted in Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam

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asked for water to drink in front of people. So people will see him not fasting, so he will not fast like him. So, it was Sunday. But later on, he was told that there is people fainted and so tired and can stand up. He said, why this is still fasting. Then he sets a lie Selim they are the disobedience of the disobedience. And in one generation initial Allah Allah you it was a lamb. He did this after after he actually drank the water after

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he broke his fast that day after us.

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Just to be Be careful.

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Some people might think that individual salemme left to Makkah fasting, and when he reached cure, I mean he broke his fast. The thing that this has happened in one day know he reached corral me several days after he left MCC after I left Medina. It took several days to reach to this point. I'm saying this why because some people said you cannot break your fast before you leave the city

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until you reach a destination. That's not true. Caroll Amelie arrived there three nights after you left her for maybe nights or maybe more after he left Medina solo Molly earlier. But while he is traveling solo Eliza let me choose not to break his fast he was fasting salatu salam during Ramadan. But when he saw that people sick and tired in Nabi sallallahu Sallam became a role model instead of telling them he told them before you didn't need to fast while you're traveling a lot told them before that you didn't need to fast when you travel, but they saw the Prophet tastic so they want to be like him. So now he want to make a Rob being a role model so he said I will break my fast just to

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show you the importance of being strong while you're traveling. While we're going to meet the enemy while we're going to enter America. It's much better to be strong than to be weak but faster.

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So that's the story behind this

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Hadid and that's why even Muslim Rahim Allah imported this hadith and the one who wrote the Muslim never put titles for his chapters. And no he did that for him and others. And the title that was given to this hadith Barbuda was in a psalm your fertility was after the permissibility of fasting or not fasting while you are traveling.

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Because in the fasted several days and one of the day decide not too fast to show them that it is okay to fast it's okay not to fast while you're traveling.

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We'll talk more about this issue. But this shows you that if you want people to

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if you want to lead if you want to lead you lead by example.

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Also, this headline shows you that initial solemn care

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Islam care to make things easy for people.

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This headline shows you the choosing the hardest option is not the smartest thing to do. Not the right thing to do.

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Also, it shows you that in the B cell allow you to send them when he said they are the disobedience because if you go in to do something volunteer but it will make you lose the ability to do what's more important. That's not wisdom. That's not wise.

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That's wrong.

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I found that this had it very interesting in a sense.

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Sometimes, sometimes the leader need to force people to choose the easy opinion.

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Because people by so many people by nature, they will always like to choose the strict opinion.

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They always tried to be like

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In the ultra safe side,

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but sometimes the leader needs to push those people not to go to that far right

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in to push them to come to the middle to choose the easy they're also the break that ally giving them even though both are okay. But in the visa sell them push them toward that metal to take that easy option, or the linnaean option, the linnaean opinion or position and he forced it on them. Because he feels that they are not it's it just yesterday we talked about the Sahaba want to continue fasting all the way in the night.

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And in Abuja Salaam was mad at them. Why would you want to choose that position too fast in the night? While it is the you can break it up tomorrow? Why would you want to fast several days, while it's only enough for you to fast this. So sometimes you need to push people to the thing that they are not comfortable with because they think it's not religious, or it's not holy, or it is not islamically correct. Sometimes you push them towards that.

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It is okay to take off your socks and to

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wash your feet.

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But intentionally as a Hey, don't take it out, wipe over your socks.

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Because you want people to use this rocks. Sometimes I joined a shower and also because of rain. And I know it's not a big deal. I know you can come to here. But sometimes as a leader, you need to push people to take these breaks from a lot. It's a good thing. It's not it doesn't contradict the concept of religiosity.

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Somebody came to me and said, Chef, is it okay for a woman to pray?

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whether there is a partition,

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as recently I said, Yeah, it is okay. He said

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there is partition or Salah is correct. As he as it is correct. He said, so why don't we put it back?

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Why would you have a partition between men and woman?

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Then he said, my question is the what if there is? No partition is Salas correct?

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He said yes, it's correct. So why we have to put it back.

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It's sometimes I do that, because I have this idea that some people have that just any woman exists in the in the vicinity of the place. It means something there is electricity shocked and people's body. There is something wrong going on. That's not true.

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Sometimes intentionally, I give hope but why are wearing suit?

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intentionally do that? When I give the hot button a few years back in highway three, when during the prayer, and the person came to me and he said, Jeff, you're hooked. But the best result I ever heard in my life is old gentleman looks like I don't know from here somewhere else. And he's I love your artwork, but one small thing. I said What is it? We just started the day you know, and he took my time he held my time, even though he's an older gentleman, his beard Wyatt an old gentleman. He literally took my time like this. And for me, I don't tolerate disrespect. I tolerate disrespect. But if someone is disrespectful, and you need to be taught good manners, it doesn't matter how old

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he is.

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He needs to be taught in the most appropriate way. Okay, so he said is this

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so I reached out to his thought and I said is this

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and I hold his underpants

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on is that sin?

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The process of ever had an underwear

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the persona Where did you Where

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did the crossover how the socks like that.

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Then he said

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what kind of clothes the profits are seldom used to wear.

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I said the same clothes a Buddha had used to

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think about jobs and process I used to have a set of clothes.

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And if you have thought about that,

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go check it out.

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I am an eyewear. So I don't have a problem. I wear shortcomings. I love this type of traditional clothes but some

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Sometimes I do that to push people to see that there is nothing wrong with this type of clothes as well. Sometimes what you need to do to push the community towards things, that it is part of the permissible area. And for somehow, some way we make it sound like it's not from the religion anymore, or I leave something intentionally because a lot of people think that it is must or this part of the religion or after be not doesn't have to be

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I can pray the whole read the whole Quran in one on one slot, but it doesn't have to be.

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You can choose another lenient opinion position, fit the time fit the situation that you're in,

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that that attachment of people getting that sometimes you need to push back.

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And that's something you see the process. Selim did that with the companion so a lot of the aluminum in this story. The other hand he that he said had it Hamza eslami. That didn't be so solemn said to him when he said jasola I feel strong enough to fast today fast. in Ibiza Salam said fasting while you're traveling, it also is a is a break. It's a gift from Allah. You can break your fast you can continue about Allah give you the options. It's something from Allah, if you take it, it's good.

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And if you see what he said, it's good. And if you don't take it and you fast, there is no harm.

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Which one is appraising good or no harm. Good. So good is higher level than no harm.

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That's why enemies are sometimes said in another Hadith lay seminary. A cm of a suffer not among the deeds of bitter the deeds of righteousness is too fast while you are traveling. Some people think that this hadith means

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some people said think that this hadith means you're not allowed to fast while traveling. No, in me just simply saying, if you think fasting while traveling, it just makes things more harder for you, you know, it's like going to be more challenging. And you know, all this kind of stuff, you think that I'm taking the hardest

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option. So that means I have higher demand than others, you're wrong. It's not from the man to say you're not from the high level of demand too fast while you're traveling. They sent me an error recently in commodity email, and they'll get an email.

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It's an option that you have choose. But it doesn't mean that is right, or the best thing. So I'm here to see what the thief means on alarm make things easy for us. Like wiping over the socks. Like combining between prayers for traveling or rape. Like you sick you can stand up you sit down, you know, like that mini Rojas Allah subhanaw taala have given us

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in our religion

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and I'm embarrassed of the Sharia they hear the question

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we learn these Hadith clearly saying to us that you can fast or you cannot fast during

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how much there is an old man how

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old opinion almost vanished almost

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not exist until recently I see some people revival it but for a big course period of history was not exist. And that opinion says it is forbidden to fast while you're traveling.

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And that opinion By the way, said by great great great scholars like Mr. Robot

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Can you help them a samba server like Abdullah Ahmad his son Abu hurayrah Anna hi Hassan al Abbas sorry, but this opinion and the base this be based on what a lot Medina said men can American out are suffering for it to me I am and if you are traveling or you are sick, so that means other days has to be faster. So they said or I didn't give an option or an only said you have to make it up. So that means these days are not counted.

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this opinion as I said any

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almost not exist among the whole Islam, the scholars and the successors on this and the follower the successors at all. And you might also find that a little sloppy

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Are disobedience something that some used to support that opinion?

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But after the suddenness spread, and we have all this Heidi to give you the option an individual sell himself faster while he's traveling. It shows me be the role model they allow an even more when they sit, it's forbidden. Maybe the minute it's forbidden to fast while you're traveling, if this is going to cause harm to you,

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but just fasting while you are traveling is how long is not correct. The second opinion it is correct to fast while you are traveling. And this is the vast majority of the academic working on mobile data. As long as it's not caused you hardship it is permissible and if it causes you hardship, it is recommended for you to not too fast and this is about any family question.

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Other said no.

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It is recommended for unit to fast if there is a hardship or no hardship I go to Dallas and come back 30 minutes by airplane doesn't matter. They said it is better to not to fast and that's a lot of not disease when Mujahid Watada munder gentlemen and roadmap group of scholars as well.

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And so at the mercy of Anil I was I met for the

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heart of Nara Hawaii, the said it's recommended for you not too fast, because individuals have said not among the better to fast while you are traveling. And because it's rock solid, and it's good to take the rocks off or last minute.

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Another issue, there's a lot of issues related to fasting while traveling.

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Let's say

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started your day in Houston.

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Then at

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12 noon, you're going to travel to California.

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Okay, so I've titled do you break your fast

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when you break your fast when you're there for the short, you went to the airport, and until now you're faster. So until noon, you're fast at noon, it took the airplane and you're leaving, can you break your fast in the airplane

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Shafi one Malik or Abu hanifa they said you cannot

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because you started your day fasting, you ended up fasting.

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If you started fast, you end up fasting. You cannot you cannot break it. And they said this is their position. And they said because financial freedom income Shahada for those of you witness the day in the city, while you are residents and you are fasting, you have to continue you have to finish it.

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The other opinion which is I believe is the strong opinion or what might have been a meta would have been the Hanbury madhhab and code is hack that you can break your fast. Why? Because Allah said that to me I am in Ohara other days we'll make up the days of traveling and that's the day of traveling. And we say yes you started your day fasting, but in the middle Something came up

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transfer you from resident to travel is like what Dr. Shiva is a doctor

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or your patient comes before fudger

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they can come anytime in the day. You know what he became sick at 12 noon we tell them hey you cannot break your fast because you start your day fasting no he became sick in the middle of the day. He basically he can break his fast and the musafir and the marine the SEC came together in the same ayah in the same verse in the same ruling. So that makes sense to you guys. Okay.

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If this is the case

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and by the way there is several companions did that like

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NSF nomadic and a bee bustle? I love it and if you're interested there's a lot of narration and maybe shaybah to prove that they started the day fasting then they break up the fast later on.

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And we have the Hadith that individual start the day fast then he broke the fast after.

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That's right. He broke his fast after

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The second question, shift they when do I break my fast when I arrived the airport when I I'm writing the car when I leave Houston city or in my house or when I get into the heart when

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the majority of the arsenal

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You leave the city limit when the city became behind you, you are allowed to break your fast. Why is it because you are traveler at that point.

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Allah suffer upon suffer. So he's already engaged in the traveling. So for us, if you travel by airplane, being in the airport, that's enough.

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Because airport is considered something out of the city, even by the way if it's the middle of the city, but it does have a special ruling for it, like a hero or midway or left field or hobby in the middle of the city, but it has special ruling class. Everybody knows airport is separate from the city. That's why even their security system and many things are different. So it

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will come to this.

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So the majority said when you leave the city

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so those who serve you leave the city will tell you even in the airport until your departure

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why this is because you're not going to be considered traveler until you depart you depart.

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Because what if the flight canceled?

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What if you drive

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and you like some people, you know who are pessimist. They see clouds in the sky. They said you know I'm not traveling today.

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They make a U turn.

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What if you're like that? Your wife call he said hey, you come back here? Yes, ma'am. And you come back.

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Okay. Oh, your dad calling to come back. Whatever the case. So you didn't travel they said this that why we said when you leave the city, that's where the safe side

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they the second opinion, which is the opinion of is half of Nara Hawaii. And one own ratio from the HANA Villa and

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and actually many companions like nsfx nomadic or they're low on acid. No, you don't need to leave the city.

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You can break your fast. Basically.

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The moment you ride your camel, your car you get out of your home.

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The moment you leave your home, you became musafir

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you ride your car, you ride your you leave your house, don't leave your house, you become how they say that is it because ns did that? A B bus So I did that. Okay, and this is the old Hassan basilea apa. And I personally goes with this opinion. And I believe that but what if the flight cancel? What if there is no time during the flight cancel? You are regarding your intention.

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You're going to stay anyway in the airport waiting for the next flight. And if you have to come back, even forget, it's like what if it takes off on your break and you come back?

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As long as you're 100% determined, and you want to leave? Because one of the reason of a thought is to have the strength. And you know if you're traveling overseas and you prepare yourself whatever you need strength for that. I will tell you even even Omar reported that he did that. And I'll tell you some of the Sahaba made that even the break that afar with the intention even before they leave their houses.

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Because by the intention he became but I will not take it that far. I'll say the moment you put your bags and everything ready and you hit outside costs come and suffer the rule of suffer apply to you.

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issue we heard something about somebody flying or traveling for and his traveling including sins versus traveling for good deeds. The word of someone going to Vegas

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for the wrong reasons.

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Can he break his fast?

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He goes there to gamble

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for gambling.

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Central America Mullah said Sir for mass languages of Rojas anyone traveling for sins, that will not allow them to use any one of our Lazowska not joining prayers not shorting prayers not but to be honest with you the evidence that they have available in what I

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one of the conditional outputs in the Quran about eating the dead animals of the if you don't do this out of transgressions.

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But this is not really related to the concert. And to be honest with you in Ibiza solid never

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had it's never different.

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Between traveling,

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committing sin while traveling or not. And if we're going to say this, we're going to say most of people when they travel, they do haram stuff.

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That's not going to be 100% pure. The watch something is not allowed in Islam they listen to something is not allowed to Islam, they might have a gathering has how long in Italy but who knows? people travel to beaches and to seize things and be part of things and they might include in there will say all this will invalidate it. Although I don't believe that this is a strong argument or last last bus.

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How long?

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I'm allowed to break my fast. I'm traveling to Seattle, I'm gonna stay there 10 days. Can I not fast the whole 10 days. Or only the day I'm traveling. There is a lot of debate. And I do believe the strongest opinion. As long as you're traveling.

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You can break your fast. So 10 days, 10 days, 20 days, 20 days, the whole month, the whole month. And you can make up these days later on when you come back.

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I am not fasting because I'm traveling. I arrived Houston at the time.

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I had my lunch, but I arrived Houston at time.

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What do I do? Do I stop eating and drinking? Or can I keep eating and drinking regularly and imaginable hanifa said if you arrive home you should not eat or drink out of respect for the month. Malik and Shafi and when the informatics said no, you can continue to eat it because not fasting. So why would we stop you from that. And I think that's a very stronger, as much stronger opinion.

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This will indeed shala. Next time, when we come back, we will talk about the cafardo the penalties

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and those who cannot offer. So we talked about the loss of breaking fast. There is another person cannot fast not the sickness or the one who now the travel recovered. Now we're going to talk about sickness, and what kind of sickness that allows you to break your fast and there is a two different types of sickness and illness, something that you expect to be cured from it something you cannot be expected to be pure from it. And what's the ruling in relation to that? And some mental sickness as well. How's that will work? If anybody has a question, I will be happy to answer it. Yes.

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He said is there is any base for this distinguish for vomiting, that it comes to your throat or it comes to your mouth?

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The base for this because if it comes for your mouth and you swallow it,

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that's you consumed something. So yes, if it comes to your mouth, that's considered vomiting. But if it's your throat, it comes back now. Also sometimes people have reflux, like they will have reflux, like the food will go out acid reflux and the food goes out to the throat and the feel of the tasted actually, and it comes back. That's nothing

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that's forgiving. And if someone has a sickness,

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sickness like

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that his stomach is not Is that possible? Victoria? This is your specialty?

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Is that possible that people will have that reflex that the food will go out to their mouth and come back?

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So there is a number of conditions in the stomach that can cause the person's that his stomach reject the food or push the food up all the way to his throat in his mouth and comes down. So this is what would be considered a sickness unintentionally so forgiven.

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The first one is if if your blood is low, can you fast that means right

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We leave this to be determined by the doctor. So you have to consult a doctor if the doctor tells you it's safe or not safe. Because he might prescribe for you some medicine, you take it in the night or eat some liver and some

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you know, liver good and iron bring you a lot of iron, or you eat steak or you eat

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some medications, and he talked to your doctor about that. But if the doctor said it's not safe for you to fast, you should not fast. The next question is, can you skip the fast or break the fast?

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The day you are moving? moving, moving is more aggravating and requires more physical strain than traveling.

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Moving your apartment. Okay, so the question is moving can be more exhausted than traveling. So the problem with the brother or the sister who asked this question that the thought the reason behind breaking the fast and traveling is that effort and the exhaustion that's not the reason for you to break the fast. The reason for breaking the fast is the traveling a little far suffer. The reason behind breaking the fast while you are traveling, is the Traveling is nothing has nothing to do with

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comfort or exhausted or if you travel business first class with a dad airlines where they have a bathroom and a bed and a sous and I'm serious and they have all those like available for you first class. Okay, and you still can break your fast

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is the traveling the reason for you to read a letter.

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The reason for it is the travel behind is the drum. So it has no exhaust exhaust. That's number one. Number two, for you moving,

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you can move in the night.

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As one, two, you can hire some people to help you move in. And if it is not, if you move, and during the day, you get exhausted, dehydrated, and you became sick, you're allowed to break your fast. So what allowed you to break your fast is the exhaustion and the tiredness, not the moving.

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I get asked a lot a lot by athletics who play or train and I said you can order construction workers and I tell them considering construction worker doesn't allow you to break your fast but you've been in the sun under the sun and get dehydrated and you get tired, exhausted, and it's not safe for you to continue. The sickness allowed you to break your fast you train and your that's on this. This sickness allowed you to break your heart. Same thing with exams and other problems.

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The third question

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mouthwash will not break your fast. Toothpaste will not break your fast. Yeah, just don't drink it. Yeah, sure. deodorant will not break your fast it's like the code we said anything under scan will not break ever. It's because observe. Yesterday I mentioned something that when I said Olivia told Joe what comes inside you inside knew it means the stomach. That's why even with differentiate between what consumed towards the stomach and consumed by the lungs, that's why the inhaler will not break your fast because it goes to the yes it goes your abdominal area. I don't I don't think we call this a phenomenon. We call it a domino or the lungs are

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okay, but is this abdominal area? No, no, no, it's not. It's ever so my point is that what goes to your stomach? You know?

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intestines, this is what break your fast

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but not the judor and not the coho not the cream. Yes.

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Those who would say you live the city you're allowed to break your fast How will you define the city? Those people by the way in the modern days, they don't consider airport part of the city.

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Even if it isn't the size of the

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They still What have you drive? How would you do that? They said if the city until you come to a point when there is no buildings you end up as a man

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like if you drive in Houston for example 45 North

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after you go out of ammo

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you start seeing like greenery and like the National Park Sam Houston by himself they're standing you know this is outside the city How

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can we say today that Clear Lake if I leave Clear Lake area and I am like in the woodlands it's kind of different city than Houston

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that's possible.

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According to them no until you leave completely

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a driver who his job to be traveling all the time. shackle Islam was asked about this he said is like the Bedouins who travel all the time chasing the rain those people do not break their fast

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because if we say break your fast all his life he drove his truck

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so those people should fast unless they became difficult for them and cause them a great deal of sickness or something like that. They can break

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like The what?

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The pilots Yeah.

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Very good. If you decide to travel too fast while traveling. How do you break your fast you break your fast based on the sun wherever you are.

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So in the point that you're at and if you see the sun up you cannot break the sun disappeared you break your fast even if it appeared later on.

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Like a give you example you traveled from here to San Antonio

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you took one of these bus airplanes like Southwest many hubs so San Antonio most of time

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but you still on the airplane then took off go where

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Arizona when he took off the sun is up it's not matter of yet.

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We said since you witness the sun down the amount of time and minute in

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and San Antonio your fasting is complete

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even if you see the sun later on doesn't matter how

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no has nothing to do with your departure at all.

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That's why I always say to people who want to travel especially traveled overseas

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it's so hard to like especially coming here Why would you do that for it's not like it's not like oh Mashallah, like my Eman is so high I fasted 26 hours. It's not something to make you closer to Allah.

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People say yeah, she didn't the prophets of Salaam said in Manasa buki in Rukia Allah Catarina SABIC he said to Isaiah your reward will be according to your effort.

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This Hadith a lot of people misunderstand it and the chef of the stomach in Milan have no aim did very beautiful work. He said that maybe someone said this to Asia because I shadow the law and she was kind of upset because she has to travel back all the way back to Mecca to attend him to because what this habit has to do with she didn't make because she had her period when she made had so nobody saw them after the finish now she finished her period is it go back to attend him and make another ombre to make up for what you missed. Okay, so it's kind of she's gonna now travel longer distance than many other companions. So he want to make it easy for her is it allowed to reward you

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according to your effort to the exhaustion or to the effort that you put but that you should never intentionally want to make it harder for herself? So this hadith will say let's say we go to Umrah together, and in the way too

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many incidents happen.

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Many things went wrong. We lost money we lost a reservation we got delay there. The more problem happened. unplanned. Allah decreed upon us we say in Rukia Allah Padron as your reward multiplied with all the different

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guilty that the last one that I have put it for you.

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But this has never ever apply to you choose to do the opposite. You know what I have a car but I'm going to walk

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you can't use this headphone of that. You know what I'm going to climb the mountain and I might risk myself to fall all the way top and you know

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a lie I exhausted myself man I got like, you know, so dehydrated almost fainted.

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doesn't make you smart doesn't make you more rewarded. That's wrong understanding of the body.

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You know what is so funny? Sometimes I feel people want to make it so hard on themselves in the area with the Sherry, I give them a break.

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But they are so relaxed in the area, which is clear how long

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and you told the person join the two players? No, no, no, no, no.

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No, no, no, no, no no. abusing usury. Reba. Oh, there is different opinion.

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You can use is we gvrd people are very we're very strict on the highlight. And very much.

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Yesterday or without yesterday

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I was with a person telling me

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how he's like that his people in there must have a concern about activity happen between the youth. So one of the youth leader gather them in his house here and the brothers and sisters, his mom, his wife there with the sister upstairs and the brother downstairs on the do like activity and holocrons

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sometimes our salon go speak at this place

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and other people. So this person's thing. She we have a concern. I said what's the concern?

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Is it appropriate for girls to be at somebody's house late in the night?

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I said to her father.

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He said know us as a community. We have a responsibility.

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Responsibility. I mean if her father is okay, and he feels this is a safe place for his daughter to go handle. No, no, but it's right. I said what's what's the problem? He telling me guys sister together, brother together, he gives a talk everybody? What if they bumped into each other when they go into the bathroom?

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I said yeah. Yeah, that's the only thing that adds the strip.

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On the same person, maybe or the same people who talk like this. You will find them in them with their cousins with their family. They do all the things that there is no rules in it at all best just to pick on that guy.

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Or in this age, sometimes shape and play with our head make us so strict about things we should not be very strict, and very be lenient about things that we should not be lenient with it and more strict than I was when I was in Sacramento, Santa Monica