Wasim Kempson – Ask Eman Q&a 02

Wasim Kempson
AI: Summary © The host of a radio show discusses the importance of acceptance and embracing individuals, highlighting the need for individuals to follow laws and not drink water to manage situations. They also emphasize the importance of honoring the Prophet Alayshi wa session and rebuilding faith, as well as the use of interest money for small events and reciting the Prophet's words during prayer. The segment ends with a statement from the host, thanking viewers for watching.
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lot of men Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashrafi Gambia even more saline Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was heavy age man in a bad salam Wa Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh Madiba Francis is welcome to your show ASCII man the show it gives you the opportunity and the platform to call us live in our studio by calling us and Oh 235150769 That's Oh 235150769 For those of you who prefer send us your messages in sha Allah via WhatsApp, or Facebook or email and inshallah all the details that you need to know. It's in the right hand side of the screen, but the left provinces please remember, as usual, I like to always remind you that composes of picking

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up your phone and quoting us that the importance is for HANA lab Robbins says that you can benefit from this reward Allah subhanaw taala will give the individual based on your question and what the chef answers for them today in sha Allah, if Allah subhanaw taala has written for you to actually miss it to guide those people who are listening to your question today. And what the chef gives them the answer because of the action that they do. Subhanallah you get the reward, especially if they do it from the month of Ramadan. Well, your your reward is multiplied. So I urge you Sharla to pick up the phone and call us live in our studio by calling us in Oh 235150769 with us. We have our beloved

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chef chef Waseem cumson Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Ronnie come Salam rahmatullah wa barakaatuh yak Hola. Hola. Yasha

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Baraka Luffy chef and as usual Sharla we can start with our show with a quick reminder so that gives our brothers and sisters opportunity because I've noticed chef, that whenever you come in in the late nights, most people are up waiting for saloon for pleasure. But for our time that we do now a lot of people are laying down, trying to get the energy together, ready for two.

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So inshallah chef that gives us an opportunity for brothers and sisters to get together inshallah and pick up the phone, so I leave the mark to Shala the shorter smaller man Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam, ala Ashraf Colombia, he will say that mursaleen while early he was off, be here Jemaine or praise belongs to Allah subhanaw taala and be the peace and blessings of Allah subhanaw taala be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa Salam.

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Salam aleikum, wa rahmatullah wa occur to the brothers and sisters of us at home.

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I asked Allah azza wa jal that he blesses the time that we have together here on the show and that Allah Subhana Allah accept all of our deeds and our efforts in this blessed month of Ramadan, Allah whom I mean.

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So what comes to my mind, and really is in the minds of many

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of that I've come across in the past 24 hours, is if I could sit in one word, and the word is legacy,

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and that is leaving something behind, which

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will benefit you and will benefit you in your grave and will benefit you when you meet Allah subhanaw taala. Now, the greatest of those individuals, the best of people who list who left the greatest legacies of the prophets, Allah hemocyte wasallam. Imagine now that everything that we do in terms of our salah, every person who prays their salah, every person who fasts, every person who pays this occur, every person who does anything in line with the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam that he or so salaam will receive a reward for that. So all the millions of people performing Hajj each year, or the millions and millions of people performing Umrah throughout the

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year, all the people offering the salah upon Earth and then and all Zakah and all the acts of a burden that we offer. This is all in line with the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and everything. Every time that we do that he SallAllahu Sallam will get reward for that. For this reason, we know that our Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is like no other individual in that he is and is given mahkamah Muhammad, the praise station, which is the very highest place that any individual can be given from the creation. So this is in fact a great blessing from Allah subhanaw taala. So these are the legacies. These are the things that the great Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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that they left behind for us, and this is why we remember them. And this is why we mentioned their names, we see Ali Hema salatu salam Wa sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, over the past

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42 days or so we know that they were

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As a very well known brother, who was quite ill for a long time, Ali Ali Bennett Rahima Hola. Hola, Tara matawa Mata Ebola Asada, we ask Allah azza wa jal to have mercy upon him, and to make it easy for his family. And we also, we ask Allah subhanaw taala, that people are inspired by the great work that that he did. And if you think about it, reality of the matter is that before Allah subhanaw taala tested him with this particular illness that before that, he was original meaning Muslimeen know that he was a man from the Muslims that maybe no one knew, except maybe his own relatives, or maybe some of the brothers that they knew him and his own local, his own community. But Allah

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subhanaw taala decreed for him and tested him with a matter. And with that test, he took a particular path, he could have, like any many people who are tested with things that they could have just called up in the corner. And, you know, why is this happening to me and this and that, but this individual, like many other people who passed, we hope that they passed, passed a larger level honors tests, that they take that and they take it as a gift, they take that as something which is to push them in the direction of worshiping Allah subhanaw taala. And over the past 24 hours, if you like, because he's been very nice to him a lot. But I never had the pleasure of meeting him, know

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many brothers that they did meet him. But he's an inspiration for many. And it should be

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for all of us to take heed of that, that our lives are very short. And it doesn't mean that you have to, you have to do a great amount. All it means that you just need to turn to Allah azza wa jal and Allah subhanaw taala will give you TOEFL colors which will give you success and what Allah azza wa jal will give you a Cabul Allah azza wa jal will give you acceptance, not that you are seeking that because you are not seeking that. But Allah subhanaw taala gives us signs that when we see certain individuals that there is an acceptance around certain individuals, like there are other people who strive and fight and struggle for acceptance, but are never accepted. Whatever they do, whatever

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they pay whatever they do, they are never accepted by people. Whereas other people don't do anything. But Allah subhanaw taala allows them to be accepted amongst the people because they're from the meclizine because they're from the sincere people. And we hope that Allah has been allowed by the ally and to be from the from the sincere people. So this is something I just wanted to remind myself first and foremost of that, our time here is very limited on Earth, and we should really try to maximize, we put on a whole, whole level like our maximum maximize the time in our lives, sometimes that we want to maximize every sight every single day. Every single day we have an

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opportunity of worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. Take it with both hands and do as much as you can don't waste your time doing things which are going to take you away from the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala. So may Allah have mercy upon Allah, may Allah squandered have mercy upon all the Muslims around the world who have passed away. May Allah Israel have,

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make it easy for the Muslims are going through difficulty or those who have a morality or those who have diseases we ask Allah to give them Shiva along with him. And may Allah to Allah accept to muscle Allah

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Subhan Allah, as human being, if we been told how long we're going to be living for, we do strive hard to making sure that we please Allah subhanaw taala because we know our time is limited. Although we know our time is short, and our life is so short. But because the dunya takes over this world. But whenever somebody hits someone's goal, for example, cancer is when reality kicks in and you think, okay, my time is limited now. My clock is ticking. I need to worship Allah. Now, for those who say the only reason people are worshiping Allah, the only reason I started worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. The way I do right now is knowing that my deathbed is coming closer to me.

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How do we can like inspire people, so inspire our brothers and sisters, to see that day to day as a time? Short time is ticking for you everyday.

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Not you don't have to be sick for you to be able to No, no lost hands out of the way. hypothetic wrap it up. I mean, based on what you just said, you know, person may say, Well, the fact that somebody knows that they're gonna die soon, that then they start to work hard and they do everything. So maybe things have been made easier for them. No, okay. A person who makes that statement, I can guarantee you 1,000,000% has never been tried or tested and put in that position. A person who makes such a statement that okay, when they realized that they were ill or when they were sick, then they decided to pull their socks up. And that's when they really started to worship Allah

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subhanaw taala

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Well, wait a minute, maybe that individual before they became ill was a very sincere and true servant of Allah subhanaw taala and Allah subhanaw taala tested them to allow them to take things to the next level. Who's this

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Say that a person was on a path of misguidance. And then they became ill. And then they started practicing. If that is the case, who told you that? That's the first thing. And secondly, that when a person is tested with such

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with such grave news that, you know, you're you're very ill, and maybe your time on this earth is going to be, in fact, the news that is given to people who are in a terminal situation is no different from any one person on this earth. Why? Because no one lives forever, and everyone is going to die, or they have been told is that may they may die sooner than they thought.

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But the person who is maybe

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who's healthy, could still die before that person. No. So. So this is the second second thing. And the third thing is that, that when a person receives such, you know, very distressing news, maybe they turn the other way. So it's not a guarantee that they will turn back to Allah subhanaw taala. And then maybe they will curse their situation. And some of them want to make, quote, unquote, on to make the most of my life and enjoy my life and have

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a life doing all this type of haram and so on and so forth. So they have two parts, maybe they take that path, maybe they take the path back to Allah subhanaw taala there's no guarantee of how you're going to behave in that situation. What

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I mean, is the thoughts of, because I know the main the fatty mentioned, Brother Ali, no longer I think was today I was reading about it and I was just watching his videos not really like before he passed away when he was in hospital, advising people for the Ramadan of the month of the month of Ramadan what to do, and as a cancer so, so Subhan Allah, Allah has chosen him from a normal human being who was just enjoying his life, like everyone else does. And all of a sudden to work for three years and have a big charity the way he does now. And looks panela that will be his ending, it leaves left a legacy. I don't want to continue after he passes away. This is something that you just

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mentioned, but how do what message can we give or what how do we how do we tell our brothers and sisters who are going through this crisis right now that they just have to be patient with Allah subhanaw taala This is a blessing from Allah subhanaw taala you might be watching something that you don't want to hear. But at the same time, it is a blessing because Allah subhanaw taala has given you this, it can be taught, there's reason why it's purifying you now, first place, what message can we give to those family who are going through this, but they go through crisis? Yeah, I mean, any person who's going through a situation where

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they're going through a trial, and the trial happens to be something to do with their health, okay.

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And that's particularly

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sensitive in that a person has a trial in the in their money and their welfare and to get their money back, you know, they can work hard or something is gonna happen. But if a person has been tested with their health, either their health has deteriorated, they have an illness, which no one knows any cure for it, you know, we don't know what to do and that could affect their existence on this earth, then that has an impact on an individual like nothing else, you're talking about what you're going to die, not that you're going to lose some money. I mean, money can be replaced, but health, how do you get that back? You can't pay for it. That's true. You know, the richest people in

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the world who become ill would give the every single penny penny they owned if they were able to get rid of some of the afflictions and illnesses that they had, but when he can't do that, so what would say for us as a believer, as a Muslim, that if we are afflicted by any, any illness, we should know that as long as I remain patient, I don't curse my situation, I don't question Allah subhanaw taala that throughout this time, this will be inshallah to Allah a removal of an expiation of my sins. And that is a continuous process that I may meet Allah subhanaw taala lazily them that have no sin at all, I'm seamless, because I remain patient through the illness and even the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam explained to us that there is no believer even if he gets like a phone and he scratched by that phone, that that can serve as an explanation for some of your sins. So let alone a person who's going through a very severe illness

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you know, maybe the person has diabetes or the person has cancer or the person has, you know, all the different types of, of illnesses and diseases that a person can get Mal hospital protect us alone might have been a bit of a person has that remains patient, then that person can be purified from their sins and also that a person remains patient throughout this time. That they can have some solace and they can have some comfort in that if they remain patient, that they will be in Shanell Turner with the best of people in the hereafter inshallah Tada. So we don't curse the situation. This is what Allah Israel wants from me and Allah Subhana Allah always knows best article lofi chef,

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we're going to move on to we can go on and on about this stuff, but obviously, we have to go through other questions all provinces are sending us as well. So Sarah Malika is a message from WhatsApp share. Salam aleikum, shave, if I if I cough, non stop, am I start to water

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I struggled to breathe, can I drink water and if I did this, I break my fast.

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Okay, so there are different levels of that, ie that if a person feels that they are, they're literally choking.

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And that because sometimes you may you know, your own saliva, saliva, little cough, and sometimes maybe a ward would, you know, come a situation down, but that's something that will pass, I mean, you're not going to die in Charlottetown or you're not going to pass out or anything like that. So there won't be justification of you know, breaking your fast. If on the other hand, that you feel that you are coughing so much, and that you are losing control and you don't know what's going to happen and then you feel you have to break your fast because the situation is getting out of control. Then of course, you break your fast.

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Allah says do not kill yourselves. Okay? Letter Cthulhu Infocomm. But it is a cough that sometimes a person can get a cough by

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a coffee in itself is not justification for you to break your fast, no, okay? If it's a few coughs and stuff, and then you can calm the situation down. You're not suffering from asthma or any or medical condition, then you should still continue to false and you wouldn't break your fast by drinking water for that. So that happens and he took a sip just to calm it down. If you say if you sip water, then you broken your fast.

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But another question chef is in regards to tarawih Salah Saramonic rahmatullah wa barakatu. If the Imam is reciting tarawih, and I decided to pick up the book, which is the Quran itself, and reading the translation of the verses that he's reciting, is that permissible?

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So the origin and the prayer for every single person, the Imam, and those who are following is not to make any movement in the prayer except that which we have been taught to do. So for example, we're standing and then we go into the cooler and then we go into sujood. And then we come up and these are the movements which the Prophet says I'm taught us making extra movements in the Salah unnecessarily is disliked. Okay, now, is it allowed for a person to then pick up the most half, which are movements within the prayer extra? Ordinarily, we don't usually do that. Is that allowed to do? Now we know that the servant of Aisha Radi Allahu anha, that she asked him to lead the people

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in Salah and the one who was leading the prayer use the most have to read from so we can based upon this that it is allowed for you to do that in the nephila in the voluntary prayer as for the followers, the No. Okay, so if in taraweeh you find in the gym and the person wants to pick up the most half and read the trunk, you shouldn't be doing them. Okay, you should be following the Imam trying to concentrate on the recitation and trying to

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you know improve your horseshoe within the prayer but you should not be those who are following shouldn't be picking up the masala only the one who is leading the prayer has licensed to do that. In the nephila wala Baraka, Luffy chef, we have our viewers on the phone inshallah waiting for us inshallah. So let's take our first quarter's in Sharla, Saramonic. Moshe, namely, calling us from

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our car to Washington, brother way calling us from

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Vancouver, London, I don't wish to get my name, brother. No problem. What's your question? Two questions, right. The first one is about if someone is paying 50 And he's unable to fast and he misses one of those days is meant to pay.

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How does he make up that day that he was meant to pay? Okay, no problem. I will get answered for you. Sharla.

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Okay, yeah, so if a person is

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paying Vidya for the days that they don't fast, and the other is that if I if I missed one day, it's not like the fast you have to do on a day you can pay all in advance. No. Okay. So let's say the beginning of Ramadan, I want to do all 30 days and just pay in one go. And I say pay it. It's with a view to feeding people No, okay. It's not You're not giving money, you're actually feeding people. So if you do that, that's fine. And if you happen to

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do all of it, or you didn't, I didn't pay yesterday, I'm I'm doing on a daily basis. If that's what you want to do, then that's, that's, that's okay.

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If I didn't pay it yesterday, okay, today just to pay for twice to feed to two people twice. So that's not probably to my channel today. But as long as you have the means, you need to do that as soon as you can follow Baraka law. Thank you. Next question, brother. Clarify. So if you're not on a personal basis,

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each day of the fall

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is your you're doing on each day of the fast? Now Miss? I mean, the PDI is it paid off? calculated by 80 of the fast? Yes. Also, if you forgotten to count one day? Yes. Right. So you've miscalculated this instead of paying for

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let's say, for example, 30 days he's given it for 29 days, fine. If the month was 30 then you pay another day. So you just can put you can stop it up. There

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Brother, can you hear that question? This is clearly a

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great question. It was about the idea that Allah subhanaw taala. He's freed slaves from the Hellfire every night for Ramadan. Now, I wanted to know, is there any action that you can do to be among those people? Good question, my friend.

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Yeah, so the brother mentioned,

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part of a hadith actually that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said at the beginning of Ramadan, that this is the month in which the the doors of the paradise are opened and the health of the gates of hellfire that they are closed. And that Leila Hirotaka Amina Nakula Leila that Allah subhanaw taala has slaves who are freed every night on the nights of Ramadan. Is there one action Allahu anima I don't know of anything that was specified to say if you do this action that you will be from the fried servants of the from the from the hellfire, but what we should do, Inshallah, totality hope to be from those individuals may Allah subhanaw taala make us from them, Allahu Amin

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is to each day to do as much a bad as you can, to pray to Allah we to pray or to recite the Quran to give sadaqa to be sincere to Allah subhanaw taala because we don't want just to just focus on the outward actions. That is, of course very important, but just as important, if not even more is the internal Ibadah as well of the love and the hope and the fear of Allah subhanaw taala is remaining sincere

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in your worship in the hope that Allah subhanaw taala will make you from those individuals Hello Anna Baraka la Figshare. I will go next call in sha Allah Assalamu aleikum wa Shula and wickedness from

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Allah ceremony, they come while

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you're alive and ask him and Sister What's your question?

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Basically, my question is, if someone has Mr. last thoughts, let's say for instance, more than 10 years, what is the best way to make up for it? Should they be praying for Kedah? Or should they pray as much nonetheless possible to make up for the Mr. Law? So what is the best way to make up for Mr. Lau, which is for a long period of time?

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I think she answered on question. Okay, so buckle up, Vicki sister. So on this situation where a person has missed Salawat for a number of years, what is the way what kind of person do to make that up? Some of the say that the system mentioned, you press a lot on cover in that each with each FOB, the prayer that you that you pray, you add another photo with it. This is one view however.

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And the last part that knows best is that if a person hadn't prayed for such a long time, I mean, not prayed at all, then that time really has gone and that those prayers, in essence cannot be made up. But what the person can do is number one make sincere Toba to Allah subhanaw taala. And one way that you will show your repentance is that from now on, you will establish the prayer.

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And also added to your for the obligatory prayers that you are doing is that you will pay as many nephila Extra to make that up if you'd like. And also to do excellently by that extra, you know, extra good deeds to make up for some of the shortcomings that have happened in the past, like giving sadaqa or making lots of art and things like that. These are the kind of things that you should do. But the President says they can't be made up. But in the future, you try your best to worship Allah Subhana Allah, Baraka, lotic chef who was speaking, the brother was asking in regards to

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babies and say to Allah subhanaw taala. Now, if you're going to how do we renew our iman? So, for example, if I if I ask you as a chef, I don't understand how do I renew my Eman? Because if you've never done it, or you don't know what it is, and you've never experienced it, how does one explain to you how do i because you hear this a lot, renew your email, whenever you do something, renewing email, how do you renew it? We know for example, renewal insurance, he just called me quotes. But how do you renew your Eman? Yeah. So the prophet Elijah Sam gave us an example of renewing our iman. And that is the IMA needs renewing, just like the clothes they need to be renewed. Right. And that

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is why in order to renew a man is to affirm your, to affirm your Amen. to reaffirm to renew is to reaffirm not that they did or disappeared, or suddenly use in a time where it wasn't valid, but it is to reaffirm your faith. And that is by making statements of Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, which is the essence of our faith. So saying statements like this. So this is essentially what is meant by to renew or to reaffirm your faith. And not in a way as I previously, as I mentioned, that it is you know, it's old and it doesn't work anymore. No, but just to reaffirm your faith and as a believer, as a Muslim that we we do this regularly on a daily basis, but what is important is that you have an

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awareness of what you are saying. So when you're in T shirt, for example, when you say what should I do Allah, Allah illallah wa Nasha Lika What should one know Muhammad Abdul

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Want to know? This is something you want to be aware of what you're saying not just words that you're quickly sailing, wanting to show how because you're busy need to go somewhere else. Okay? But being aware of what you're saying, okay when you when you hear that event, for example, and then you repeat what they're saying, or if you're not in the masjid, you're at home and then yourself. So you reaffirm your faith by st eyeshadow and La Ilaha illa Allah and then you go on to say a shadow under Mohammad Rasool Allah. So this is what it means to reaffirm to renew your faith, or Loctite by barnacle afek girlfriend that next question we have salaam Wa alaykum can I give interest money to

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people who are eligible for the care

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so first and foremost, we have to make it very clear that interest money that we receive is Mahlon Hadith, okay, this is a filthy money.

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And it's metaphorical sense that is entered into our

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If that is the case, then we need to rid ourselves of that money as quickly as possible.

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And it is not a situation where the people who are saying right, whom we're going to give it to who's going to benefit from it don't get involved in things like that. Even some of the other men have said that because this man, or this wealth is filthy. It should only be used for things like cleaning products. Because no it's not a type of wealth which is by it is not good wealth, the people should be openly mashallah benefiting and using and let me put my money in the bank and accumulate all this interest and I'll be giving it now that don't be thinking like this. This is the kind of money that we don't want at all. If it is the case that you happen to have it then don't be

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so I think the the recipients was a car and they received as a car as a category. That's really that's really clear. If you have this money, find the charity box, put it in it and forget about it. That's my suggestion to you on the hill and abroad or calorific share. I trust you there. Forgive me share her Sharla brothers and sisters please remember to join us after a break while we continue taking your call. I can hear the phone started ringing now all of a sudden survivors please remember to call us on Oh 235150769 for me to share till then. Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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bla bla bla bla and from the layer below it means salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dear brothers and sisters Welcome back to the second part of Oskie Manitoba law special. This is an opportunity for you to call us today in sha Allah and take part in on the Azure itself by calling us know 235150769023515790769 That's the 10769 but I'm loving Shana Robin robbers This is a show I urge you to pick up the phone and call us live in sha Allah and for those of you who first send us messages on WhatsApp, Facebook, or email you shall or the DTC which you know, you'll see on our bottom right hand side of your screen but then Allah by province, this

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province, this is the sha Allah remember to to pick up the phone and call us or if not, Charlie can send us your messages via WhatsApp. So we will get the question for you shallow old can get a question answered for you be the Nila Oceana, we're gonna start with our next question via WhatsApp salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah. What occurred to the brothers? How much do how much is to pay per day for missing fasting?

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Now the question here could go both ways. Sure. Maybe we can ask it from one side and other ones. So with these two things here, we can say, if somebody has missed a day or two, how much does he need to pay for it? And if somebody is actually sick, how much does he have to pay per day?

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Okay, so if a person missed a day fasting for reason for doesn't I have no reason? No reason, okay? I mean, if a person is sick,

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there's no feed a poor person, they just make the day up when they were when they're ill when they are when they're healthy again. 100 Laughter Ramadan. If they missed the first due to illness, they just simply make the day up when they regain their health.

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If a person misses the first intention, at least another scenario, because the reason is not mentioned. Let's say a person intentionally did not fast.

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Again, they don't feed a poor person

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at the gym, hoard the vast vast majority of their intimate number one, they have to repent to Allah subhanaw taala because they have committed a major sin

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not fasting and upholding one of the pillars of Islam.

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And secondly, that they would have to make that day up, it would remain in their account. So just paying to feed a poor person would not be sufficient, but they would have to force that Danny remains in the account although Adam Baraka lafay Shut the next question we have is a Sarah Molly come I am a mother and I am getting confused with the two difference for your time table. What should I do? As I find it difficult?

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Okay, so

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there is,

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as many brothers and sisters are aware, there are two timetables regarding the beginning of the first for the Salat al Fajr.

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Now, this is not only the not the only 50 issue, in which there are more than one opinion. Okay, there's no there are many issues where there are valid differences of opinion, where some of the elements say this opinion a some of the elements say something else, opinion B, what am I supposed to do?

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In general, the layperson

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is not upon them to stop making their own research because it will confuse them because they won't know how to deal with this knowledge. Just as if I was to go to books of you know, books of physics. I mean, I'm not you know, I don't I've not studied physics in depth. Okay, so I'll be rereading the language I'll be reading the words I probably I just, I know the words I can say the words but I don't know what is being said. I don't know what what you're talking about. If it's talking about certain matters of medicine, for example, areas of medicine, I'd read the book could probably say the words but understanding putting everything together would be beyond me. Similarly, there are

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certain aspects of Islamic knowledge that can be beyond our, our level of comprehension, because I've not studied it before. So on this issue, first Louella decree in contemplator, Allah moon, that you should go to the people of knowledge and say listen, I have I'm confused on this issue. What am I supposed to do? You asked that person of knowledge whom is trusted is well known. And then they give you the ruling concerning that and they did that is what you will worship Allah subhanaw taala upon. So this is how it works. Okay, so

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A difference of opinion. You go to a trusted scholar, they give you the ruling. And then you go with that and may Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for you BarakAllahu chef, we have another question here. Sarah Marika.

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I am married man.

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And I had * with my wife during the day of the month of Ramadan nearly 10 days after Ramadan when I was still in the status of drug to recovering from the drug. Now the brother is asking what can I do to make up for the days that I have missed?

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That he's missed? Yes. When is it talked about him missing any days when he has * with one okay. And he was on medication just recovering from the drug addiction so he wasn't he was a drug addict. And he wasn't on medication and he was a recovering addict on the last 10 days or 10 days after Ramadan he had * with his wife because he still doesn't remember play because he was still taking this medication

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rule apply there's a little there's a little

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there's a little bit vague and I mean, maybe not right for me to give him a fatwa or give a ruling on the situation because it's quite

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it's probably needs me to speak to the individual or that person the go to person or just ask them another number of questions which are or some information which is not mentioned here as to what was your state of mind or what was going on before and so on and so forth. So what I would say I don't want to give a ruling on this

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is is for that person to go to a person of knowledge in person okay. And explain the situation in detail so that they can get the answer which is relevant and correct for them in Charlottetown brought a colossal fixture next wash misc next question we have for you for why was sub Salah Saramonic What amatola What occurred barakato if if the if the other if the other has gone off Fajr and you still have bits of food left behind in your in your mouth? What do you do? As you know if you split it off, you will still have some leftovers around your mouth where you have to swallow. Does that make my does that break my fast? Right Okay, so where there are

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at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there were two events.

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The first event was made by Billa livanova The Alana and the second event was made by Eben Minako Maktoum or the last one

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he was a blind Sahaba you're on the line.

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So when below a lot of the alignment, the first line which was not entering time for Salat al Fajr, but wasn't the last six of the night now the last six of the of the night, okay.

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Some of the companions said Yeah, Rasul Allah that if we have something in our hands or water or eating the professor, some say you can finish that you can finish what is in your mouth, and you can finish the drink that is in your hand. That is the other nobilo livanova for the first and that may be made. As for the second event,

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and that will be the entering time for Salah told Fajr that it is not allowed for us to drink anything that is in our hands, and is not allowed for us to swallow anything that is in my mouth.

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That being the case, if I have a drink, I put the drink down. If I have anything in my mouth, I need to remove what is in my mouth. Okay, and you put it in, you spit it out in that vein, for example. And you need to your rinse your mouth thoroughly into rinse your mouth thoroughly to ensure that you do not swallow anything because the first has begun.

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And it is not to say well, there's some bits I didn't know means you didn't wash you rinse your mouth or brush your teeth. Or you can use miss work or the toothbrush, he didn't do it properly. So you need to do it properly. So none of those remnants of food are in your mouth. Otherwise, if there are still if it's still food in your mouth, and then you swallow it, you can invalidate your faucet is very, very serious. By the coffee chef. Next question we have Salaam Alaikum. Chef, how would you advise children?

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In regard How do you advise children and advise advising children to fast and pray?

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So regarding the prayer, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam informed us that at the age of seven, they should be encouraged to pray to pray. And I would assume that children in the home at the age of seven is not the first time that they're gonna see people praying, you know from the they can understand what's going on around them. So they'll see their parents praying at home. And if you've got little kids of like, you know, one and a half or one soon as they start walking, they want to start praying with their parents. Okay. So the Prophet Addison encouraged us at the age of seven, you should really be more, a bit more serious with them, encourage them, you know, come on, let's

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pray together. Let's pray together Let's pray together. And then once you do that, you do it with wisdom in a nice way. That by the age when they get around mashallah nine and 10 and 11, then

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they will be people or children who are used to praying. Okay, that's the advice that the Prophet alayhi salam gave to us regarding the prayer and the point is here is to your widow, and that is to get them used to the strength. Similarly with the fasting bearing

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Mind on both scenarios when they're very young. The prayer and the fast is not an obligation upon them. They don't have to fast. They do not have to pray, pray, but it's good to encourage them. So for example, when they're fasting where if they got very long days at the moment, they're not expected to fast 20 or even 18 hours a day, if they went too fast two hours a day or four hours a day or six hours a day whatever is easy for them then let them do that. Okay, but try to let them break the fast with you in the evening. So that you do always as a family and Allah's patronage, Mr. Baraka law fixture, we have one of our viewers is sha Allah waiting for us on the phone salaam

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aleikum. Asurion we Kunis from

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Salam aleikum.

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You are laughing asking my sister what your question

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is about.

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So start with putting put your volume down in sha Allah so that you'll be able to actually hear us clearly.

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This Okay, now. Can you hear me now? Yes, I can. Right. What's your question? My first question is I

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agree, I'm alone. And I recite the Quran by holding in my hands. Okay, next one. And the second question is, if we have to pay the cafeteria or the fifth year for the missed fat, do you have you have to pay it in the same Ramadan can be played with afterwards, Ramadan, Baraka lafay?

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To lower the cat, by Chef when it comes to sister pray, performing Salah in by herself and own privacy, can she actually hold the must have and recited the Quran from that? Yeah, so if the sisters praying at home and she wants to pray to Allah, we at home on her own, it's completely permissible hamdulillah

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as good for her to do that, as well as Shanell Taylor, if she wants to hold the most half while reciting the Quran, and praying, that's allowed for her to do that she's leading her own prayer, it's allowed for her to do that.

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Again, with the same question, Chef, she finishes Tara, when she decided to pray, I'm a lady. And then she knows what to do at the end of the winter. She wants to make dry Can she hold a dry book and really do two out using the book itself?

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See, what we have a precedent of is,

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is holding the most half holding the Quran for the necessity or the need of

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the recitation and making the salah.

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As for holding other books, I don't know of any precedent concerning that. And bearing in mind that the the the prayer is topi is a fixed issue. And you can only do something extra in the prayer unless you have some form of evidence for that. Holding the most half then find as a precedent for that. But then other books, then we say as even as being enough healer, it's better to refrain from that. Because you know, obviously it's Yeah, who is we know a lot of people don't know, idea, generally speaking, especially in Arabic. Now, they want to do to dry in Arabic knowing that I can read it by I don't I haven't memorized it. Majority of households actually do that.

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Yeah, I mean,

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I guess I'm assuming it would be in the nephila prayer. Okay. I'm not talking, I'm not saying that their prayer is invalid. What I'm saying is that that something Allahu Allah them I don't know, if any precedent for that or any ruling to say that that's permissible. Because then where then do you draw the line in using aids within the prayer to help you pray?

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If they're reading the drought, and they don't understand what they're saying,

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because most of the members or that the connote is not the only time that you can make dua. No, you can't do outside outside the prayer. Okay. And it might be the case that

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the DUA that you make outside the prayer, because you know what you're saying, you may have that much more kind of sincerity in what you're saying. Right? It may be better for you below and so maybe maybe outside of a prayer, they could actually hold that book and oh, yeah, of course without outside because you don't have them is it? Isn't it when you go to Makkah when people make them to add them to the book with them? Yeah, that's no problem. As long as the drafts are from authentic sources, then that's no problem shall be in regards to video the sister was asking, does she have to pay the video within the month of Ramadan or after a month?

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For the days that a person is not going to foster, let's say a person is ill, yeah, okay. They're exempt from fasting. Then they should do immediately. They should not delay it, when they should do it within the Ramadan. Yes.

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Baraka la Figshare. I think we have a cooler list again excluding Sharla Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah skema.

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Abu Salam aleikum.

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Here come my brother your life and ask him what's your name? Where you calling us from? My name is? I'm calling from Manchester. Yeah, calibre de hacer What's your question for us today? Two questions is still mine.

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Hello ahead.

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The first question is, is in relation to like the conditions for Tober?

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October? Yeah, peas are the conditions for Toba. Okay? And if the share could tell you that what they are in Arabic, so for example, I know one of them is that meadow, which will regret Right? Or if if the weather or the conditions or if you could tell on the island Arabic in China, if you don't mind.

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And the second question is, is in relation to lack of Tawheed. So one misconception that I've had, like around my experiences,

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is like, some people don't read part of it, but I'll just read recently that has been based on knowledge as well. We have to actually like, actively try to learn what it is. And if Allah blesses us with learning it, what are the like, the characteristic tricks our person has to have in order to uphold it, and to spread taught here?

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Okay, we can answer that first inshallah. Shahana. Before we also did the easy one. Yep. Go ahead. Which one, the last question is the last question firstly, this okay.

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So, Allah subhanaw taala says, it says in Surah, Mohamed Alam and no hula Illallah

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was still fully them,

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that you should know for ILM that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah. The brother rightly mentioned also that Allah azza wa jal created us in a state of fitrah of purity and in a state where we will recognize the one and only Creator Allah subhanaw taala did not create us in a way that we will naturally look for more than one Creator that we will look for like multiple gods okay, this is not natural for human being to do that, but rather Allah Subhana Allah created us to know that they will be recognized one Creator Okay, that is the foundation then you build upon that and how do you protect that and then how do you give that Oh, of course, to understand what it means

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of towhead you have to understand what they actually word what it means. And as you know that the scholars have categorized and define the word Tawheed which means to make unique and to make one

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they have defined and categorized in different ways or with a view to understanding the word okay, it is not something which is fixed and it is only defined like this, it depends on the scholars approach which is acceptable, okay. So for those scholars who categorize to hate into three categories, for example, or two categories or four categories, okay, it's all valid, he had that or definitions, because they just want us to understand the reality of what towhid is. So if we say that many of the elements say that category towheaded three categories like to Allah azza wa jal, His Lordship, Allah subhanaw taala is worship and Allah subhanaw has names and attributes. So to

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protect your toe Hadees to know these categories, with the with evidences from the Quran and Sunnah, so you understand it, and to also understand the opposite, what nullifies your Tawheed so that you don't fall into it, which is should. So these are the ways that you can

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understand and know what towhead is and how to protect it is to understand it, through evidences and its categories. And also to understand what nullifies the Tauheed which is shark Wallah. How to Add Item by barcode or picture, next question we had or the first question we had is about repentance. Now he's saying that the definition of repent repentance is one of the examples given it is.

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He said in Arabic culture and Madame Nan regrets. Now he said, Is there any other things related to Yeah, sure, where we can actually share now. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us that the reality in the metodo, Nedum or hinder them the reality of a Tober or the essence of Toba is another regret meaning that if a person

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if a person does not have any regret, then that toolbar or that repentance is is vastly deficient.

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So as the above mentioned, that there are a number of conditions and one of the conditions and it is said in our Nedum, which is to have regret. Now the other conditions and we will say them in Arabic for the benefit of the brother and the views as well. Is that what are the conditions in the first place? And the first one is that the person makes Toba or another method, not necessarily in terms of preference or priority, but we'll put the first one as a Nedum which is regret. And secondly, Azim at a token mousy that the person will have this resolve or make wide or promise to themselves that they will stay away from that sin as them and a tuck of them and Adam and the tokens them and

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that is a resolve to stay away from the sin. Okay, there's no there's no point in saying, Oh, I regret but then the person just goes back into the sin without making any kind of effort to stay away from them. But

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The killer sin. Also, there is a tilbyr is a law that Toba belongs to Allah subhanaw taala. And it is not for any of the creation to ask any of the creation to forgive any of the sins that, for example, salvation in the Islamic understanding is only with a last pantalla we don't seek salvation through the creation show at all. So we don't go to a priest we don't go to a monk to say, please forgive me my sins or please ask Allah for me. Okay, because we can only go through that person know, the person goes directly to Allah subhanaw taala or Toba to Lila his power to Allah forgot the Toba belongs to Allah subhanaw taala and we go to Allah Subhana Allah alone, well loved. And there's

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a fourth category or fourth condition is that if you have Huck

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that belongs to somebody else, that you have taken the right, I'll hug you already alias Sahibi that the right goal is to be returned to the owner of that so I stole money from somebody which is a sin. I feel regretful I feel bad I asked Eliza gentle forgive me, but then that Huck has to go back to the one who owns that now I have to return the money for example, for Haku erg elasaur heavy followed by the calorific chef we've got a nice view of the sha Allah La Secondary School inshallah brothers salam ala commercial, namely Kunis from

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salaam aleikum, WA we consider your life and ask you my sister, what's your question for us today?

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Okay, my question is,

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if you're playing on the west by yourself,

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is it permissible to recite from

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my phone? I didn't get that said again.

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Sorry, one second.

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Okay. My question is, if you're praying how to get by yourself at home, right? Can you recite from an app on your mobile phone? Okay, no problem. Okay, just

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you kind of have the villa Baraka Luffy share. The next question we have. The next question we have is the province of Salam ever Mrs. Salas Johanna, by mistake? And did he make up the prayer?

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So missing the prayer is not the same as being delayed by something else? Okay. So we know that during the days of Assad,

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which was one of the battles where the politics of the corporation been overthrown, and the enemies of Islam came Medina under siege, and that there was a time where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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defending the lines or the boundaries of the Muslims and they were delayed the past salata acid,

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they were delayed past salata acid and then the prophets I seldom Curse those individuals who delayed him past for having gone past the Salat on acid did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam then go on to praise a lot of acid? Indeed, yes. Another example is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Both innovations are mentioned in the body, in which the Prophet Addison was was out with the companions and Toad Bella livanova Hara the Allah and to wake them for Salat al Fajr however, beloved norba hora de la and he fell asleep, and then the heat of the sun woke them all up. Then the Prophet sallahu wa sallam after some incidents happened in the story, they went to somewhere else

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and then they prayed this a little fragile, okay. And this all comes under the Hadith, man NESEA, and Salatin.

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there's a hadith which mentions that even English has gone from you know, as well, that whoever forgets a prayer

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Manasa and Salatin, our Nursia half Well, you saw Lea in the Quran, that whoever sleeps past the prayer is not really intended to they slept and they woke up the time and gun owners here or they forgot. Then let them pray that prayer immediately that there is no explanation for the prayer except that the examples that we gave on both on one time occasion they slipped past the prayer and another one they forgot because they were busy with something else. But the Prophet salallahu Salam on both occasions prayed the prayer immediately after that radical fixture we've got another view insha Allah on the phone. Salam aleikum. What's your name we call in us from

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cinema they come

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by credit Shala I think we've lost the cooler here inshallah. So we got next question here. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. When the Rasulillah Salam recited the Quran, or the Holy Quran, did he recited with a nice voice and the melody

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or the Jesus it is normal voice I said the prophet Elijah I'm told us in a sound Hadith whenever one of you recite the Quran, then let him beautify his voice when reciting Quran.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to recite the Quran in the most beautiful way, man, them

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was beautiful winner. So I think this melody is things that you use for music in both

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countries. I mentioned the recycle recycle melody and then melodious voice. I mean, if you if you if you want to say in a very beautiful voice and a very nice voice, then yes, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would would say it would recite the Quran in that way, as opposed to in a person would say Alhamdulillah Robben Island mean, as like you're saying,

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as opposed to and would recite it, you may say Alhamdulillah Robben Island, I mean, you try to beautify your voice somewhat, in reciting the beautiful words of Allah subhanaw taala and this is what the Prophet alayhi salam that he used to do

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for Baraka lofi che ago, another one her and likewise the companions that are the Allahu Anhu they would also recite the Quran in a very beautiful way. All the way Yeah, they were trying to beautify their voices. And when reciting the Quran, so shall for those who are reciting the Quran trying to imitate other reciters would you recommend them to use their own voice when it comes to reciting the Quran? Because you make errors when you actually you sound like you're off track? Yeah, although you're reciting the correct words. Yeah. So yeah, there are certain researchers who have a way of reciting the Quran which is if you want to use the word melodious, so it is beautified and that is

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fine. No problem in sha Allah, Allah is a good thing to do.

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Some other people try to imitate the way that they recite the Quran. And if they're very good at it, then there's no problem in as long as they're not making any mistakes and the recitation because it is the

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the pronunciation of the words and letters which is the priority. That is the most important thing okay. And then after that you tried to beautify your voice so a person trying to imitate another voice in every melodious and beautiful way is not a problem but don't fall into mistakes. This is what happens the smart consent Baraka fixture we run out of time and this is it from us gonna ask him for now in sha Allah. Brothers Sisters, please remember to join us tomorrow we taking calls and emails from you in sha Allah. Please remember to join our brother Bramer to be the Allah will be taking your calls remember to call us and Australia student line by calling us n o 235150769. About

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