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Bulugh Al Maram – Book of Etiquette & Manners #06 – Hadith No. 1236

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah, he was so happy woman. Voila. about last time we were talking about

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one of the rights of the Muslims upon each other, which is when the person is sick that you visit the

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sick person. And we said that visiting the sick person.

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Let me see. Do men allowed to go visit? A female who's sick?

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Huh? Yes, because in the B cell allowed to sell items in his time What happened?

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in Ibiza went and he visits only Hannah. And she's not even any Muharram term or anything. And we know even this practice some scholar like visited eyebrow and herget she's sick. They What about the opposite? Can a woman go visit a man who's sick?

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Yes, I actually went and visited a bit out of the lower and then she visited also her father, Abubakar who was sick as well. So as long as there's no huddle on the proper etiquette followed, it is permissible. Also, we said it is as soon as an early model Hema home a lot agreed upon that. Also,

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we might not mention the story of a b family to other MBA D de pollo en todo bien en el Hassani, Naruto for Argentina in the hood Moosa see he going to visit his son, I have never thought it

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then Anyway, these met Abu Musab Lahore, Anwar Arawa. And we know that Musashi is very close to Elliot on the lower end, and very close to

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elevating the visa Salaam and his family. That's why when the war took place between I'd even never thought of and more out of the Civil War. They everybody pointed someone to represent to the group. So Adam never thought of Jews who have a Muslim nationality represent them. And this and that's why abou Musashi until today unfortunately is so hated by the Shia they're very

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bad things to said the betrayed and it'll be a long run. And the reality he didn't actually he was able to stomp that bloody war between the Muslim at that time or the Aloma and we're out of that anyway. So when the so Abu Musab ashari. There, Abu Musab said

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so when they came he said parlez on to visit or to do it yada tell Maria to visit just a general visit or this is a visitation for the sick person then I did all the allow then was I said no. I came here for rudo, I came to visit the sick person then edit of the law and said this is the case I heard the process of them said ma'am in Muslim in your Udo Muslim and what would Wotton any Muslim go visit another Muslim in the early day or in the in the daytime? In the daytime? in Lhasa Larissa Bruna alpha mannequin Hector UMC 70,000 in adults will pray for such person until night. Well in other who she is and if you visit him with the night 70,000 angels pray for you until the morning

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what Canada who hurry fulfill agenda

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and he has hurry fulfill agenda. What does hurry fulfill agenda means before you try to answer hurry if there is another habit this habit. There is another Hadith more authentic than this and Muslim in Muslim men Hanafi tabanero the BSL Salam set in the Muslim either either our Muslim with the Muslim visit his brother, Muslim brother, Lamia, selfie Hor Fatima Jenna

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he will continue to be in horror Fatima Jenna hoffa hurry if is the same thing.

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What the President meant by that, and horrify it means when you start collecting all the fruits, so when you enter and all the fruits are ready, a knowledge ribbon. Right? So right, all the fruits are ripe and ready to be picked up to fall. You don't need to worry about it. You just the moment you touch it, it comes out in your hand. So in the bees a solemn said when you go visit the person, this is how you are collecting the word.

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Okay, the question

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hurry if is one of the season in the year, which season

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the fall why

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Call the falls or autumn, the caller kharif.

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Come on, you can figure that out. It's easy.

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Because the trees leaves as if it is ripe and falling off like the fruit when it's ripe fall off the tree. So that's why we call the same root of the word.

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Anyway, jabber or the alarm were answered. And this is very beautiful and reported by Buhari for a bit more fraud. And a I really want to say this to Dr. Musan all the doctors got done lon and all those who want to be doctors, I really any understand why so many scholars said if we did not seek knowledge, we would like to be doctors, because of the amount of free word that those the doctors can get. And nurses and anyone who helped and sick you. You know, I know also today's Musa family

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honoring us. You know, like I know for example, Sasha is all affair and you know, and he knows other sisters as well. Part of their routine, they weekly activity is to go to the hospital

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and to visit people and to help people and to volunteers. Just all this had it applied to you.

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Every single day every time you go and sometimes we don't think how much rewards we are collecting. And the beautiful thing about adaminaby thought when he said to him, Are you visiting? Or are you coming for yada yada which is visiting with the intention that you visit the sick person? this hadith shows the importance of thinking about it from a religious perspective. It's not just a job that I do or a volunteer that they do they do it and I enjoy doing it because they know this is something pleases a lot. Today I was telling you something about career What did I tell you today?

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Find a work that you

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you like

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and you don't need to go

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or find a job that you like you didn't need to go to work for the rest of your life. You know that's it if you do what you like what you love you to need to work for the rest of your life. So here is saying that this is a good reminder for us to have that intention check even if it is part of your daily activity. Listen to a journal the lineset Parliament or the multilin Hama Rahmatullah had either cada in DOS Takahashi

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while you are going to visit someone who's sick, you are walking in the mercy of Allah and the moment you reach that person and you are there you are in the middle of the mercy of Allah. And here at the mercy of elected means, yeah and he usually

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did fairly, the, the descriptions of Allah which is referred to actions

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it used and to refer to what this attribute means or translate it in reality, so Allah has mercy, he has mercy, but the outcome of mercy is what den rewarding a blessings money, rain is. Basically the mercy of Allah. So sometimes these like, we say mercy and we refer to the outcome of the mercy, so that person is in the mercy of Allah. Allah loves it a lot he words him Allah gives him Allah bless him or her and and basically that leads to the center of paradise. And in avviso Salim also said in this hadith reported by Ahmed and they will move forward when you visit your Muslim brother.

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And by the way, as we said before, the Muslim brother doesn't restrict it to Muslim it can apply with any intention that you have. Because helping but no doubt the rewards is multiply and more when you visit someone who is near to you. Like we say if you visit someone who was from your family that he would hire from someone who's not from your family and from your community higher than the someone out you can still get the same adger and all recommended. Allah will send an endo and this Angela will say to the visitor, lip top mm check metal a bless you and bless your steps. Whatever what will generate him and zillah A may allottee word you a high place an honor place and dinner.

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And

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this hadith also came in relation to find the ozada on filler or he visited someone for the sake of Allah

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Marwan even avida would say said I can

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To another mnemonic, the person companion and they said yeah but Hamza who's Hamza? anus isn't as corny as Abu Hamza in mecanica eat when

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you live far away, and would love to come to you, but you're really far. So Anna's raise his head and he said, Are you monitoring polysemic personalizer seldom heard the person saying, Are you monitoring your odo mareeba for in my hobo Futurama for either either in the Marine Amara terashima for poultry Rasul Allah had an Asahi lady will married fellow Maria domanda, who called to help on Hulu. And I said that the process of him said anytime you travel to or you go to visit your friend who's sick, you are walking in the mercy of Allah tala surrounded by the mercy of Allah. And when you reach there, the mercy will cover you and will shower you have our last panel, they said jasola

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this is for the one who visited the sick. So what about the sick person himself? He said that his sins are forgiven by the calamity of the sickness. And we all familiar with Headington, every Muslim, when he said who is fasting today overcup said me who followed the Genesis it me who fed someone today he said me who have visited a sick person, he said me then individual Salam said these four things, if they are done in one to one day, by one person done in one day, this person deserves nothing but paradise.

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One of the benefits of visiting the sick one beside all these rewards, it remind it's it's a great reminder for all of us of the bounty of health.

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We have a say in Arabic. I don't know if we have this in English as well. Yep, hold on a second. Ah

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tarjan anodal oc. And also how Lyra hula hula marva Health is like a crown on the top of your head. Only sick people see this crown you as healthy person you don't feel it.

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Oh, you remember when you were sick? And it was very difficult for you to run and to do all those things.

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You remember how would you look to other people who are so healthy? And you really appreciate that ally give you health? That's right, you're able to walk in. So you shouldn't waste this health on only video games. Okay, so you use that

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it's not that you do that with him saying so here we say that you should okay.

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You basically when you visit the sick first people will lie to you understand the value of the mercy of Allah.

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I remember without mentioning a name somebody in this group. I will never forget when I visited him when he was in the hospital.

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I really still this is a moment Danny means a lot to me. He had something so tiny is like a little stone.

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little stone stuck somewhere in his body. Okay, it is the kidney stone.

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It ruined that person's life. What filled with the tube

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goes all the way to the stomach.

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And can eat can breathe. So so it's so painful. Just little things like this

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will lie on his palate, the person should be very grateful to Allah. This is Nick metonym of boon v maca theorem. Many people don't

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understand the value of these two blessings, time and health. The process on said these two blessings many people don't appreciate it.

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And don't value time and what and health.

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So that's one of the benefits why that is so much reward in going to visit the person, the sick person in my opinion [???]tier put all the city word because the [???]ty I want that goal I want you to go because you want to agile But there is another thing will happen to you, which is you still think about the hell that you have. So you take advantage of it, you appreciate it, you protect yourself.

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And

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so you care about your own health

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for a very long time.

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I always want to lose weight and you know struggle that and I'm not going to talk

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About the Moses advice.

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I thought it was a colossal, I'm tired of trying to lose weight, lose weight, give me What's the idea, like, help me, he said, Oh, you're very close, just you need to add three feet and 10 inches to your height, and he will have the ideal way

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instead of losing this way.

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So it just doesn't work.

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But another friend of us here, a doctor told me something that really touched my heart

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is literally life and death is in the hands of Allah, when you die, what age isn't the hand of Allah? What you really need to think and this is really very powerful, very, very powerful. He said, what you need to think about is not when you're going to die. It's the quality of life that you will have when death come to you.

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Let's say you die in the age of 60 7080, whatever the ages, but what about this last 10 years? last five years? How we want to spend it?

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Yeah, exactly. How would you like to spend it? That is a very powerful video if you Google it, about two old men. One is old his I think Sasha Rollins share that video with us. I don't remember not. She basically and I'll make sure to put it in the maybe in the Facebook.

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A personal basically tight is tied to go with his family, or someone tied the oxygen to around his nose. When would you want in somebody's putting the hospital shoes in your feet, or you go tight your sneaker?

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It's your choice when you die is not your choice.

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But in what state you die, that's your choice.

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And that's basically something really hit me so hard. Then I remember what the process of them said. He said, Loma mattina be a smear in Uppsala, you know what in an ABA maharatna. What januaries Amina Salam. He said, let us keep our strength, low strength until we die.

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And obviously, is not about wishes. It's about you do what it takes to keep your string.

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Also one of the benefits of this hadith and in regard to the visiting the sick, that it is so important to care. And before I go to the next point, I shall be aligned, as you said

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to a man who came to her, and he said, Yeah, oh man, woman, or mother of the believer.

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Be their own fairhill and aqeedah. Yes, sir.

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I am sick, and I'm seeking

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medicine. I'm seeking the medicine for my sickness. She said, What is your sickness? modok Karla crosswalker Soto, my heart is so solid. It's not soft. It's not a good reminder. A good reminder, I want to hear a good reminder. I don't feel like my hearts are soft. I don't feel like I'm excited when somebody said go to pray. I'm not like my heart doesn't say yes, let's go pray. Very hard to respond to the call of a lot harder to be said that.

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That's the worst kind of sickness that your heart doesn't move. Your heart doesn't.

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What the word

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and you know, what is this word?

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Right.

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None of your hidden energy and your official wants. There's a beautiful word very powerful here.

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No,

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no, just not coming. I'm wanting to pronounce it wrong. Anyway, so she said that if you feel that your heart is not leaning towards and basically moved by the reminder of Allah Allah. He said, that's the worst sickness. What's the solution? She said, Listen, Odile muddled up what she had in general is what?

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Visit the sick, witness the janazah. And think about death. And you'll see how our hearts change.

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One of the benefits that this is one of the rights of your Muslim brother. That's why it is so important to visit those who are sick and related to you. And you have a cousin your neighbors you have you should care for that more than anyone else. And I love the fact that sometimes you see people go during holidays and read, go visit the sick ones and make them feel happy and special.

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According to imesh, couldn't an app autofill Madras, Padma Raja Teresita, em Sana and Frank Anna Maria linode. Now, when we miss someone three days in the mustard, or in the class, we asked, Is he sick? And if he is, we go visit him.

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Also, if none Muslims is a sick, you should also care to visit him. And we said, in the B cell seldom heard about the young man, a Jew, young Jews, who used to come to the process of them, and if so, where is he I don't see him anymore. This is your soul is sick. Then he went and he visited him. And somehow a lot that young man was dying. And in the visa Salam saved him by that visit, when he told told him, c'est la ilaha illa. Allah, He looked at his father, then his father said,

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Yes, Allah, he said, OBEY

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Him and Mohammed, he only

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tell people to do what is best for them.

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I always say, you think that Jew person said that?

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He would say that, if he never interacted with the process of them.

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If you never saw how the processor lands in public, how nice how generous how know how good he is. This is the result of interacting with each other.

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And the Muslim and the non Muslim and the society anyway, and Nemesis almost in tears. And he said him Did Allah that Allah save him from Hellfire by me, when we visit someone, remember the following etiquettes. Number one, be sincere because it's an act of worship.

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Number two, it choose the right time.

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So one of the things that's ironic, Ella said you should not rush to visit the person the moment to hear his sick. Because the beginning of sickness, he might in terrible pain, and can't even like host anyone or in a mood to have anyone you know, or somebody just came out of that. That it's amazing how we under communism, somebody just came from the operation room. Or, as the British people say, says I'm going to England soon when he comes out of the theater.

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Yeah, I was talking to one of the shoe and his father the ship. He said, I'm sorry, I was with I was my father was in the theater. I said,

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Okay.

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What he's watching, like, like, he said, No, I'm the theater man.

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And it took me like, good three, four minutes until I find out that, you know, it's an operation room in England, the theater.

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You guys know why? I didn't know. But this is my guess. Because in the old days, some of the things that I saw and documentary about medicine, that they use actually to do an operation on people in front of the students of the state. So it's like a theater actually. So when he when he said that, that's my, that's my guess. And I'm not expert in the language. Anybody knows. Is my guest correct? Okay, good. I just made up this And right now, that's just my logic. Okay, canon Nabi sallallahu, wasallam layer, odo, Marina, and elaborate that helath inhibition will wait three days, then he will visit the sick person. Because maybe it's not certainly something else going on in his life, and so

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forth. It doesn't need to be three days. But my point is somebody came out of the operation room, and he's still in the intensive care, and you are all the community at the door. Hello. Is not right.

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You know, you can send a message, you can talk to his family. But when you visit the person, give them time to recover. Also one of the etiquettes Please don't talk too much. There is people talking and arguing, you know, in front of the sick person. Also, don't please don't involve yourself in the personal matter of the guy. Like you tell him. What was it? I mean, what if it is something embarrassing? Whatever, it's nothing up, and he can share it. I saw one guy sometimes he had an operation in the lower part of his body and one person and he said, Can I see

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one line? And I was like, oh my god.

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Yes. Some people are so nosy. Oh, nothing even down lower or upper? Why would you say you know, it's just that's not appropriate. Also, it talking too much. Sometimes I feel so bad for these sick people. Because you have to tell the story again and again and again and again. Everybody comes in. What happened? All Thursday I ate in the restaurant. Why did you eat too much it was that's what happened. So after you ate I got the boy and he repeated the whole story.

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Every time to every visitor, yeah, no need for that. Okay. Also don't go into too much details.

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And also, if you look paler given the visa celeb when he visited a sick person, okay? He visited.

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Sad.

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He was sick, he was bleeding. In the vicious cycle, Kevin gave us back lazy, he will not add more than How you doing? That's it, he will never go in very light question. That's an etiquette from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Also, don't enter yourself. In his personal mind, I saw people look at the record of the doctors,

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the doctors basically, or some of the things or the nurse comes, what happening hamdulillah many of the nurses are trained to say, Sorry, I can share them for me. But there's people insist, and to ask about personal things related to the person. Also, one of the things about talking too much. I would like to say this is important and very real. If you visit sick person, please don't act like his doctor.

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You know what, even doctors, I saw doctors, visiting sick people, they will refrain from giving any suggestion because there is some specials, or someone handling the case. And doctors like shield. Everybody has a method. Everybody has a fatwa, everybody has a different approach. So if someone making an approach, you can just come jump in. And I'm talking about someone who's professional. So what about people like myself, who has no idea about medicine? And I can give you You know what, if you take some red onion, and you boil it, then you take that water and you add a little bit of two spoons of honey, and you drink it, it will be perfect and Sharla

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What?

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You know, I'm just people start telling you that, like people make stories and what's the problem with this? Not that it might physically harm him. It can also give false hope.

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Oh, I know someone was a brain dead. And he came back normal.

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Someone you know had a spine like injuring completely, but you know what now Mashallah, you're playing basketball.

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We got that from I was told, I heard people saying, so what happened, you give false hope to the family, and make them do completely different plant based on I heard that.

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You can do that. That's very damaging to the family. And I know this is hurt people I know personally.

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So be very careful when you go visit people that you don't give all these stories that you heard, and especially It was not based on fact. Also elements it is not appropriate when you go to visit someone to laugh and to joke and to fight and you know, and to argue with others and so forth. Even in any case,

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there is one of the seller

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he had a very bad son in law.

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I have a good one. So this son in law was driving crazy. So he was sick. So he told his son in law that I'ma show him online.

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It's always on low, go get to meet a doctor. It's been said Yeah. So he went get a doctor and another man.

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He said

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to Toby,

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he said, I know this is not what about this color have photocurable

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call this the one who basically bury the people. Just in case if you die any I got you the whole package, the doctor cork, got to the funeral director of the funeral kinda, you know.

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They said also one of the people he was sick and very sick. And his sons and his family came visit him except one. Because he said, Elena mentioned this as an example. They said, If you know that the person doesn't like you. Don't go visit him when he's sick. It's interesting.

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Why so you don't bother the person.

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And if you know that there is a very sensitive thing. Wait, because what he needs to recovery. He doesn't need to be stressed. He doesn't need to be angry. Just leave him alone. Make bad for him, send your son to him. So he says

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An example of this is a man actually one of his children, he can stand is the son of his, he is so complicated the son and make things so complicated. He not

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so he said to him,

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please let him visit you. He said, Okay. He came. He came and he said, yeah I, Bertie. Firstly, I said, I'm Arigato Serato he said,

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a shadow Allah Illa Illa Allah, say, a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah Allah. We're in [???] difficult.

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I shadow Allah, Allah. Allah, Allah Allah and if you want and instead of anila Allah said, Allah Allah both are okay. And the first one see boy think it is better. Okay. And he said

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I only was so busy from coming to you because a boy Ali invited me and he said about Eddie boots for us an amazing dinner are so absorbed with this I was stabbed

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was sec badger what Baba was a fraudulent what they did with the judge and the judge? What are our number one? A flow that

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all these words, I don't even know what it means. It's like so like, complicated works on so difficult. So the father said, Please take this away from me. Oh, rather to see the angel of death and to see him

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be crazy. And so I said this is true story by the way. So the said, Sometimes if you know that this is going there is not going to help a person Don't go. Also when you go there be positive say about positive good things. Pray for him. ask Allah Subhana Allah to protect him make up for him. And parts of positivity that you give him that good light timing of being patient. You know, being patient during that sickness is an amount of reward. That's unbelievable. What I've been one avenue one condition, you know, hopefully we'll do one

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more anyone who's not familiar ampersand motomura what firmado

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obiri dos Allah testimony, sickness, give a glad tidings to the patient one and levena either

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one kilometer strike them, fine who in LA he was in, in a gym.

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We belong to Allah. And we coming back to him, una economy him to be more of what

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he can move

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will descend upon such people, the Salawat the praises and the blessings of the Lord and the mercy of the road. And they are the guided one. colonists are solemn, any sickness that you go through, or any thing that strike you even sadness, even worry him hasn't ever home.

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Even the thought the splinter

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you get in your foot in your head,

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he sits on them a lower, raise some low, raise some of your son, take some of your son away because of such thing. It's a purification.

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And when you are sick, give them sick person the glottic that any good deeds that you used to do while you are healthy,

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it will continue.

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You will continue to earn that reward even when you're sick even when you're in bed.

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And it will purify you as an episode on set and

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report by Rahim Allah Tada.

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I mean as a son and he said I went to the Minister of Damascus. And we went in the daytime and it was hot. And associate Dabney house was on IBG Yuma. And they told me where are you going? I told what are you both going? They said your hammock. hammock already going? They said we going to visit a brother of us who's sick. I said can I join you? disappear? Of course come then forgot when they enter they both told him how you doing this morning. He said the sick person. aspire to be Naima, I am in such blessings. Shed that said absher bigger fara to see at

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You're sick, your sickness will do nothing but purify you from your sins and it will take away all your sins. I heard the prophets of Salaam said that Allah said when I

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test when I put my servant in the test of sickness and he praises me and he said hamdulillah

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he will not leave that sickness he will not leave that bit, get out of bed in the hospital home and go back to normal. When he go back to out of his bed to normal life, he will go back as if he were a newborn by a fella called woman serie de la cama illa Coronavirus

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from his sons, and a lower side. And up a year later,

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I put him down. I put him in his bed. I restrained him, I tested him. We'll add your hula hoop Come come come to junella write down my angels all the good thing that used to do when he was healthy because, um, because of the sickness happened.

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Any I allowed it to happen to him.

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So

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that's why also from positivity, the process of them said when you visit someone who's sick, find a fistula who feel urgent. Yeah, and he looked him Don't tell him all your dying colors tomorrow.

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You tell him you know what sha Allah May Allah give you the live yo who knows what's the sha Allah in front of you, you know just be optimistic and

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indelicate Even if you say that to him. It will not change the reality whenever he dies gonna die, but let him feel good. Individual Sallam said that underneath insulin at tirmidhi.

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And individualized Alan visited a man a young man. And he said how you find yourself. He said jasola law one law he I find myself have so much hope in Allah and so much fear from my sense

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at this point, and he was in his bed deathbed for calling me Salim lashed me and if you called me up didn't immediately either mountain Illa Allah homeodomain Omen malakoff if these two exists in the hearts of a believer at that point, alone, give that person what she hopes for protecting him from what he is afraid of.

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Rumor when he was stopped, look at the positivity in a basket and said yeah, ameerul momineen you were the best companion of Mohammed masala. You lived with him and you took good care of him. And when the person died, I was so pleased with you. And you lived with abubaker and you were so good to abubaker and when abubaker die He was so pleased with you. And you are with us and you taking good care of us. And we are all pleased with you Jamar

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she very positive.

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When she was sick before she died, had been a bastard. Yeah, I mean,

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good news for you. I heard of you rasulillah your husband and your father abubaker waiting for you.

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What a company you're going to be with soon. Don't be worried. Very positive things that they cite. One of the things also for the sick person is to make the app for him. Some of the s

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inhibin Bass ish B and the Shafi nahusha la shafia ella and that is enabled by sort of badness. HP enter Shafi, la shafia and HP Shiva alojado. sama, Yala, take away the sickness, you are the Lord of the world, or the world of the people. You the one who heals, no one heals except you heals him in a way that it will not leave any sickness. That's how the process on them made the drop. And in a bizarre ceremony, visit jabber. He told jabber Do you know what to say when you're sick? He said no. What should I say? And that's one of the thing that when you go to a sick person, teach him the ropes teach him what to do, what to say. Then he said you have an assignment gibreel taught me how

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to read on myself what I'm saying. Then he said what do you believe he did to you? He said jabril taught me to do this. He said Bismillah r p min cliche in the min has adequately has it why in Bismillah here speak the name of Allah. I read over you and it protects you With the name of Allah protects you from everything that harm you. From the E M v or the evil eye or whatever sickness, the name of Allah is over you and the name of Allah will heal you.

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So

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Here there's many hobbies, I think you should look into it yourself.

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Caution.

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Enemies also Lam told us when you need for iron or macrophage someone you blown the sick person.

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Blow not spit

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like this, you blame the person. But be careful. What if this person in the intensive care what of this person is not healthy for you to blow on him? What if you're sick?

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So we have to take in consideration that circumstances and is it safe or not? Also, be very careful to say negative things in front of the person.

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No matter the Allah and Omar Abdulaziz in his sickness when he was poisoned before he died, a man came to him. And he said, What happened to him? They said he was fed poison. He said, that's a sickness. Nobody can survive. Or that's something nobody can survive. Romer said, Please, when you visit someone, don't give him the glad tidings of death. A legend

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and when you leave here, don't come back.

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He was for your call and Narayan Zavala, somebody visited someone

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and he said, What's your sickness? He said Well, I my sickness of my knees. He said in the fo Farooq Bettini beta minissha. I memorize one line about knees, about the knees. And the sickness of these. He said, Tell us any story. Tell us what's the portrait that you know? He said the problem I forgot half of it. I only remember half. He said Okay, tell us the half that you remember how well Maddie died.

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He said there is no cure for no nice problem. That's the half of the line that you remember. Then he told him I wish that you forgot the whole entire line. Not only half

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individual solem taught arithmetic nobody else how to do rotation Put your hand in the area would hurt you and say Bismillah Bismillah Bismillah c seven times R is that are we lay at maturity my daughter had so he taught him what to do. Teach the sick person if you know the rules of bajada the rules of salah and so forth. Yeah, go ahead. Time come.

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Also one of the etiquettes is not to stay too long when you visit a sick person. Make it short. Yeah. Zhu Zhu rebend does the job very short and not very frequent. You will be loved more

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edible oddity and takuna Musa Lima with a homophone Etheridge salami Medea,

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one of the etiquettes of visiting that you give Salaam then risen. And soon after that you leave, you don't stay for a long time. If you had a hammer, or a shovel

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full people make you more sick than your sickness. Whatever disease you have, if you got a full person, the person of no other and etiquettes they said they come in the wrong time. And they stay for a long time.

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It's very nice. He said become in the wrong time. And they stay for a long time. So if you know that this is the time when you notice he's going to change bed is going to go to the bar. Get it? The nurse came she said I want to do check on him leave.

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You said you stay

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Lama said pretty beautiful or they said I'll marry you ad

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was Sadiq Asahi usar

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somebody hopefully you go visit him but someone who's sick you go do yada yada it means that you visit a sick person and that visit is short. It's not a visitation it's not like go to socialize together now in yada yada.

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There is a funny poetry.

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He

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spoke to subpoena Amina Safina defeat deja fabriquer refer

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somebody who is Yeah, and he so what do you call it like, annoying? You know, somebody's annoying and get on your nerves. He's like so he does everything wrong. He does everything like the thing that everybody like get annoyed by.

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He said in the night while the ship I took him

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to the side of the ship, where there's opening and he fought

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off the ship, because we stick on the ship ship small and this guy is so annoying. I don't want to spend the rest of the of the trip with him. So I basically to come in the night and he fall off the ship. I left him behind

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Hector, tala and allow it to be so my friends were crying. How did you do that? You have no mercy the guy in the water now he's gonna be maybe dry drunk.

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He said in the morning, had

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a heart attack. He was Safina Timo Jetson Taka demo,

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a wave carried him and threw him back into the ship.

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A wave came and threw him into the ship, called ahuka attorney Salima

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Obama, he said take him back the way you give him to me, you know, it's so annoying to have him in even the ocean couldn't take him. Take him by. And

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one of the things also it's so important when you visit the sick person to pay attention to it is the issue of hour.

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Because when you go to a sick person, usually they don't wear underwear, the you know, they just wear that gown, and it's open from the back the move, and especially if it's a sister.

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Okay, so you knock, take permission, be cautious about those lawyer gays, okay, especially if the nurse comes over the doctor to check him. You know, make sure that you respect that hour, the hour of the person and not to be there, while most likely he will be excused to walk for example, to the bathroom, you know, he can close the back of his his back. And so these things are possible. I know it's common sense. But

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as we always say, sometimes common sense or not common.

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Now the last one, which is following the janaza.

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Following the janaza and witnessing the funeral, and preying on the janazah. Another method, it's follow the key fire, the form of that have been vast majority of the asset, it is obligatory upon some of the Muslims, and the symbols of must do that. But it is recommended for the rest. So if someone died, at least one person makes a lot of jazz on him.

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At least one but if nobody offered jazz on that person, nobody joined the janaza a talent all of us senate one of us at least one of the Muslim or one of the family what someone at least go to attend the funeral.

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I'm saying this because sometimes we get from from the hospital saying somebody's dead somebody, no family, and he's a Muslim.

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Come collect him.

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We must respond to that. And someone must go and collect the body and do the janazah and do that. Basically what is needed it is portable keyfile. And Nabeel sallallahu Sallam said, anyone witnessed the janazah

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and witness it until the offer the funeral prayer on it, he will have

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one clearer.

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And if you witness it, and pray and janazah and follow it until it's buried, until it's buried, he will have to clear out. This is your solo law. What is clear law? He says copyright is the size of a great mountain of rewards.

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Can you imagine that?

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Just by following the janazah and witnessing it preying on it. That's number one. Number two, you follow until it is buried. The question?

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Did you notice he said, You follow it, pray on it, follow it until it's buried.

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In modern days, we don't understand that sequence.

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Because in modern day is all what we know. You pray on it, follow it until it's buried. But the Hadith said pay attention. You follow it? You pray on it, then you witness it until because the Hadees speak in the old days. Actually the person was referring to following the janazah from where the person died, where the person's the bodies wash, then you followed all the way to the area where the gymnasts are going to be established.

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Can you establish janaza in the mustard, there is a debate between the scholars over this the Hannibal so that is permissible. Okay, but some scholars are very strict about that. Some of the shelf area and some of them are lucky and some of them even said no, you can play jazz on the master. Some of them I said you don't some enemies.

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If you have to print the mustard, you put the janazah outside, and you pray inside. That's how strict they are. Some of the opinions among the jurors is very interesting, shallow, if we ever took a class on the rules of janazah, I'll tell you why they said that, but some of them are very strict. But the correct opinion it is allowed and St Muslim and Lebanese asylum prayed in two people in the in two young men inside the masjid.

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And as long as the janazah is, is basically modern, doesn't have to lie. There's no leaking, and I think it's not going to make any the place dirty or anything like that. Like in the old days, they were worried a lot about this. It is permissible. But anyway,

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so is witnessing the janazah. preying on it without following it from the hospital or from the home to the master? Do I have to get to follow it into the master to get the job? The strongest opinion? No, you don't. You get it. If you pray janazah here, you follow it until it is buried. That's to clear out. So here, it's not enough. And I noticed this is a mistake. Some people will mistake the Mr. Roger basically what they do, they follow the janazah. But they don't prey on the gentleman.

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And he they come to the cemetery.

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The edge of the to plot is to pray on it, and to follow it and to witness the funeral. So the salon must be part of the company. So that's why we say even if you miss the salon, make sure that you pray janazah you pray the funeral home the person, either before He is buried, or after he's buried, you go to the grave and you pray

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you prey on the person before let's say they're preparing the grave, you're allowed to prey on him that she's in the car or outside you put the castle on the floor and you pray Jenna's honor, in nebby, Salah sanlam body was stopped, and people come group after group after group after group preying on him and to let us even

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die salatu salam in the daytime in the early in the morning in the morning. But it was until I saw because if people come and group after group after group to pray on the processor, so they delay it until the people finish then he was very tight where we get that you're allowed to pray on him after he is very mathematical him Allah doesn't agree with that. But you know what in the sun who saw them, when you when he went to the black woman who died and she was buried without letting him know, he went to her grave. And he prayed Jenna's on her way after she was buried the next day. So a lot about yourself or even maybe more than one day.

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And

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why that is such a great reward and following the janaza number one, because it reminds you of the

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make you prepare for your for your death.

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To know what happened to your brother will happen to you.

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You see the young and the old and the healthy and the sick,

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the men and woman so you will be careful, don't be heedless. Number two, following the janazah it is support to the family that they feel that they are not alone. That there is community that is people with them. Three, you help them carrying the body. burying closing the grave. So all this help. It's a physical hub. why there is such more reward because that shows a sincere love for your brother. Why? Because he's dead he will not benefit you anything anymore. You're only there because you truly love him. You truly appreciate his friendship. That's why you followed his den aza that shows a level of sincerity and sincerity is such thing that the word of it is is so great. Also why it's so

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important and reward to go to the janazah because you make a lot of do out for the dead person and you're out for yourself.

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Guys, if you notice, most of the dirt in the Sunnah is actually about you.

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When you pray janaza Would you say that there are a lot of alarm of the hyena

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along them and a hater who may never hear Islam

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email, if you live with me live in Islam with me die or a lot. Don't make us go straight after him don't prevent us. It's all about it's most of the day actually for you. If you notice in the beginning, then after that you pray for the dead. There's a lot of ground for you why you pray for yourself when you follow janaza in Derbyshire Salaam said angels at that time saying a mean to anything you say.

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So that's an A

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opportunity for you to pray for yourself, for your family for the dead person.

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Is it allowed for a woman to follow Jenna's

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neopia set

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in Ibiza Sallam said don't follow the janazah but he was not very strict about Hannah Hannah and a diva and Jenna is what I'm yeah, Zim Elena. He said don't but he was not strict with it. Honey, the body must have been head of cert and this is the shafia position and majority of the opposite. It is dislike

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okay. But

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the Hanafi said it is hot on

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the Hanafi have very strict said not allowed.

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The Hannah Bella also slip is not allowed. Unless, unless the woman go to witness the funeral of relatives

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or someone that she dear. And also that woman go dressing appropriate dress. And it is safe that you will not break down.

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Somebody asked me a brilliant question.

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He said

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why you can so like,

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what is for us organist woman?

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Why would it allow the woman to go visit the grave and go with Mr. funeral.

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I said they have nothing. for them. They never look at it men or woman. They never look at rules like this. They look at rules based on evidence. They don't base the rules and gender. They don't think this way. It's not how they think that's modern days. Because mainly,

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you know, the history of the struggle that happened and the abuse that is happening from men to women and you know, and all those things. We start thinking that way. But the bulk of the talk, at least in majority, you will think about the evidence. So they look at this headed that the Navy Some said he said don't. But he was not very strict about it. The debate what that strict and it is a major center minor. So some said no, it's a sin, or just not recommended. So that's how they look at it. Also, they look at cemetery cemetery is a very far place from the city, usually. So the worry that if woman go there, they go far distance without anyone how they come back, it's not safe,

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especially looking at the old days, usually cemetery outside the skirt of the city. Another thing they said if a woman goes to the cemetery to witness that, to witness the funeral, okay?

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If they're going to be with men, during the funeral, throwing the sand, how big of a space around the graveyard around the great.

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We all went to bury people. so tiny. So that means we're going to be shoulder to shoulder, you know, bumping into each other. And that's not appropriate thing between men and women. And it's not taking consideration there is all kinds of women will go

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and all kinds of men will be there.

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So the sun as another reason they said that, the hanabi that also said

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women in general are very soft, hard, they worry about the will be moved by the scene in a way that can lead them to break down can control themselves. So they said if she can assure that you will be able to control saw, because if you start screaming and like doing things like who will be affected by that the dead person.

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And they don't want this to happen. So I do believe it's allowed for them to follow up. Okay, as long as these because today, for example, see Moses to go to the janazah this is on the side. They don't need to be like at the grave itself. But I think it is the right of the wife, the right of the daughter of the sister, I do believe that she witnessed the last moment of her loved ones, you know, live in this live and follow him

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next week shala we'll talk more about there so interesting rules about the janazah. And a lot of practice in janaza that I see is not according to the sun and what is the right of your Muslim willy nilly some follow the janazah means you have to literally follow it. Can you drive ahead of it? Or following it just a figure of speech. We talked about all this rights of the Muslim to are you supposed to carry it are supposed to purchase it and burying it and so forth.

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There's a lot of things Hello, we'll learn next week when we talk about this right? Have your Muslim brothers and sisters when they die, that you witness their funeral. And

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hopefully in the end, we talked a little bit about

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how you pray janazah according to the format that we got gonna demonstrate this to you in five minutes, kind of

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some colossal amount and again, I'm Mohammed shallow. Pray right now.