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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome to Ask Iman, we're joined by our chef Wassim cumson and myself I'm your host or he Armitage Shara. So Schiff cycle welcomes Hello. How you doing? I'm doing very well just hang on longer. How's Ramadan for you? So for Allah Ramadan is going very well and hamdulillah and during the days

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thinking about the ending next week so yeah, it's gone really quick isn't it? It's going really quickly. Yes.

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I likes it for muscle. I mean I mean to think about this time next week could be eight is quite Saturday at the same time it's exciting as well now district means nothing lasts forever but it's about making the most of the time that we're in now.

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Okay, Chef, let's start off with the questions Sharla so I've got some questions on WhatsApp.

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So before ask questions I've used that homie Sharla you've got your number you've got the studio line below you on oh two or 35150769 Alternatively, you can use a whatsapp numbers are certain the graphics below Sharla? So yeah, so chef.

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First question, is it true that using the miswak helps you to say the shahada when you die?

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Right okay.

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I don't know if any basis for this

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we know that the Prophet alayhi wa salam and the last moments of his life he asked for a miss work.

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And I shall on the line have softened it for the prophet Elisha of Sudan. But there's no proof to say that using miss work will make saying the shahada and easier at the time of death. Allahu Allah Sakala character. I have another question chef. Is it true that if you do Rukia you will not be amongst the 70,000 people to enter Jannah without reckoning, which type of people would these be? Lead? Okay, so this is a Hadith, which is in both Bukhari and Muslim in

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there was a conversation actually between two of the tabulating

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the the students of the companions, and it's a long narration actually, but towards the end of the Hadith, they mentioned those people who do not seek any

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believing omens, I think like things like this. So the Prophet alayhi salam mentioned 70,000 people who would enter the, the paradise without any hisab and their characteristics were

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that they would not

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they would not, they would not use cauterization natal Tyrone number one, of course later, they don't believe in omens Good, good and bad luck. They don't believe in that. Well, like well like to own that they don't you know, use cotisation when healing wounds.

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Later, I'll tell you what I like to own there's this four character so well, there were a lot of beautiful karoun And that they have full trust in Allah subhanaw taala

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what I started doing, of course, that's the fourth one that obviously could Okay, these are the four

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now some of the alumni have said that, based upon this law here, or the the apparent meaning of the hadith is that those who then do ask for Rottier that they will not be from the 70,000 Okay. However, there are some interpretations in this hadith actually, which are valid interpretations. And it is if a person does ask for rakia wouldn't necessarily take them out of the 70,000 Actually, what it is talking about as those some of the interpretations and the invalid interpretations is that those people who

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do incorrect europea that they see good, okay, from people in an incorrect way. Okay, so Allahu Allah, if a person did see Kadakia from somebody else, we would still hope that in Charlottetown, that the person may still be entered into the 70,000. In fact, the numbers more than that, because we know that there was another Hadith that the number was increased, that the prophets are also made dua that which each of the 70,000 that there was another 70,000 So 70,000 times 70,000 So it's a much much greater number on

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that collaboration. We actually have a cooler on Holi Sharla if I could take that quarter so I'm I can call up what's your name and where you calling from?

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Salaam Alaikum Kula What's your name and where you calling from.

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Salam Alaikum Kula, what's your name where you're calling from.

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So he said repeat that again.

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Okay, I think we will come back to that corner.

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Can we try one more time? Shall I cycle?

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Okay, we'll see the cooler that that just called please call back again. Inshallah we'll try again I think we will move on to the next question chef. We've got loads of questions and you can guess that is about loyalty. Oh, so inshallah so let's start how do you know that you have attained little character? If you pray every single night and the last 10 nights you can be sure that you have attained Laylatul Qadr but isn't a

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very simple question which, which obviously is were very slow to control noise to benefits using Yeah, because that the exact night Allahu Allah Yeah, we don't know the exact amount but if a person prays all of the last 10 nights on the day of Eid they can say Hamdulillah I pray on them and I offered some a bed on Leila Takada May Allah Israel accept him. Okay, next question.

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What are shooting stars? Are the angels shooting genes or are they genes flying? Neither of them actually.

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Allah subhanaw taala mentions that they are originally Shayateen that they are what they are they're not angels for sure.

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But they are they hit the shayateen who are trying to listen to what is being said in the heavens now. So they're not Angel sitting anybody know they are the actual shaytaan or devils themselves some of the stuff that they are the entities what they are online and you know, it's maybe it's some form of matter or rock or whatever the case may be. And they hit rate on the shouting trying to listen about what is being said in the heavens is amazing.

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We have a caller so let's try this one again in Sharla. So I can call her what's your name and where you calling from

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Polycom well after over a quarter

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while I've been mashallah, I'm calling from Brighton basically a martini regarding the mortgage. Mortgage? Yeah. Carry on Sharla. Is mortgage a lot on her arm? What is what is the mortgage? would ask what's a mortgage? What's a mortgage? Brother? Chef Wassim is asking you what is Chef chef was asking you what is a mortgage? In Your Eyes educator mortgage is when you get a mortgage and was buy a house.

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borrow money from the bank. Yeah, borrow money from the bank around bang in London. Okay, Islamic mortgage.

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Just does that does that? Does that go Lefebvre brava we'll get chef Wassim? To answer that question to Rachael. I've heard and I'm sure in terms of mortgages, there are other banks that supply mortgages in sha Allah, Allah Hi. Now chef will seem

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would you like to? Okay, so what I'd say regarding mortgages is that it's a very broad question. Okay, because there are so many different types of mortgage. So what I would suggest is that if the brother has looked into the matter, and that he's had contact with a with any bank, that he brings that to a person of knowledge, the personal knowledge can study, the contract has been given to him, and then a ruling can be given to him in Charlotte. Charlotte, does that closure?

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Let's move on to the next question in Sharla so during

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when the praying taraweeh with the Imam at the masjid

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when it's a little prayer, can the person pray witted rhythm and then pray tahajud?

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Or is it that they Mr. witted and pray after the tahajud okay. So, if this particular masjid or the place that you're praying at the after taraweeh that they will pray a lot and Witter however you intend to pray pm we went to pray later.

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So what you can do if you if you ideally and ideal situation you want to make your return the last prayer Yeah, okay, so what you can do is

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number one, don't leave the Imam before he finishes because you want to get the reward for the whole night child. So then what you do is that you pray with the Imam and when he's praying is with her

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is that when he finished the salah that you can stand up okay and you can make it an even amount of Roccat so you haven't prayed to it to the inside as such but you prayed with the Imam Matthew Masekela no problem and then you get up after and then after that you can make one more even number and then you can play it to hedge and then you can make your way to the last printing

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shift another question

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brushing your teeth in the morning with a toothbrush and toothpaste is permitted and it's why we're fasting without breaking the force of urgency in Islam there

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was just

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but in Islam it's allowed yes hamdulillah but as for Ramadan, because you know there's you have to take care not to eat and drink anything.

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The use of miss work will say number one is permitted.

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Now the use of toothbrush Of course not a problem. What about the use of toothpaste? Now if there's a risk of you swallowing the toothpaste, okay, and swallowing the the flavoring and things like that. That's really great.

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areas do very very careful. So what I would suggest is that okay This allowed for internal data but to minimize the amount amount that you use okay and also be and rinse your mouth more than thoroughly more than you would usually do to ensure that there is no remnants of the toothpaste inside your mouth

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we have a caller insha Allah so let's take the call so I can call or what's your name and where you calling from. So

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my name is not coming from Birmingham

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sorry Can brava somebody well how are you both mashallah handling

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the last couple of questions go ahead and provincial first question is that the females not have mentors that whites 14 So that immediately invalidate faster is there any timeline

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and the second question is regarding dyeing of hair using one is watchmaker which is an indigo colored powder and the other is the

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top or top one that is a yummy grass. Is that permitted to use in the hair? Okay.

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Okay, so, hair dye is that you're talking about? Okay, yes, and is allowed to use it not not any hair dye is just the What now, which is the Indigo powder and cotton which is a yummy grass,

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Indian, Indian and Yemeni type of powder. You say Baba?

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Yes, he's

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a yummy leaf powder. Whereas the asthma is called Indigo powder to kind of a violet. Okay, well, what colors do these make more color when they change your hair what color if if they are used to on their own or in too much quantity, then it may be very close to black. Whereas if they are used in little amounts mixed with henna, they may not go beyond read.

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And what was the first contact question but if you don't mind me saying I was gonna go first question is if females are the mentors whilst you're in the state of fast, does that invalidate the fact immediately? Or is there any timeline? Such amount of time has elapsed? The past missed? And does it not set? It?

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Is a fella Hey, provincia, we'll get shifted.

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Yeah, so should we start off with the here? Shortly as you'd like? Yeah. So in general, it's allowed for you for shootings took on behalf of maybe men, I don't know. But you can dye your hair, it's not a problem. The use of henna can use be used to be put in the hair and depending on how, how long you leave it in your hair, and depends on what you mix it with. It can range from actually from a bright orange color all the way to a dark brown color. Okay, very dark brown and all those shades were in between the Matthew butts, that's not a problem. The issue is really that if it goes black, okay, there's a prohibition of, of dyeing the hair black. But if it is not black, and you want to use

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these products in your hair, as long as it doesn't cause any harm to you, then it's permitted for you, Inshallah, and as long as he avoids going back

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to America last year, and the first question in regards to the menses, when the she can start her fast after the menses

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starting to fast after the menses, okay, so,

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if a woman a sister becomes menses stops anytime before Fajr even if it's a minute before Fajr Okay, she hasn't had the hosel yet. She will force not a problem the rebuttal or the point that we can say that she can start fasting and then

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carry on like this is that the she would make a judgment that my my monthly cycle has come to an end. Okay that this before Fajr then she can you know, perform her hustle often then it's no problem. And she prays so she can she can start on fast and perform

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faster, isn't it? Yeah.

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Of course it was the time for federal similarly if a sister she is She's fasting, yeah. And she has been fasting the whole day. And then two minutes before the event. Let's say her menses started, okay, that would invalidate the first and she would have to make that day up. Because you know the Mensa started.

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We have a cooler Inshallah, so we'll take the call inshallah saya can call it What's your name where you calling from?

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My name is I'm calling from Sheffield, mashallah brava Abu Bakr knows

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what what questions do you have for us today?

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I had a question in regards to where someone wants to go and propose

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to assist.

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I was told that when you go to propose to assist, you are able to request the fifth, perhaps, remove her hijab, and you can see it right here.

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You know, just to boost your confidence that she's beautiful to use.

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My second question is about

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when you're looking for sister for marriage, is it okay to go and look into the Facebook pictures and the Instagram pictures? You? Okay? Does that color hyperbolic? or No?

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We'll get shift to answer a question cycle with the labor market shift. So the first one is Sharla, can you request when you're looking into a sister to marry? Can you request for her to see her hair in front of her initial meet in China, okay. So

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the scholars have different interpretations on this issue,

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based upon Hadith in which the Prophet so I said to one of the companions,

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when he was in wanted to possibly get married to

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a woman, he said, Go to her, and go see that what may entice you or encourage you to marry her. So some of the older men have said that it is allowed for you to not only see the hands and the face, but also does a lot for you to see the hair. Because this is what is,

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which may cause you know, a person to make a decision on the nature, okay? Because it has, it's quite important for some people. So it's allowed for somebody to ask to see another shot at you, if you'd like to in a corner and Islamic kind of agreement to see.

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But as you know, have to bear in mind that this might not necessarily occur in the first meeting.

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Because maybe the sister is

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she's not quite comfortable. Not sure. But who this individual maybe I don't wanna marry him. I'm not interested, you know, she feels you know, I want to have another meeting, maybe a second.

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Someone says,

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they've established something, once a if something has been established between them to be my friend, she may feel confident. That's right. That's right. That's otherwise you know, ever maybe their brother's demise behaving, but he's having many, many meetings, and then every other day seeing sisters in this fashion, maybe it's not right to do. So. When the brothers so would you advise the brothers to ask the sister self to remove her hijab or her Willie?

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What I would say is that, I mean, technically, it's all fine, but

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because she will be May, she may be very shy to do that she met Madonna in front of a non Muharram. Before, she may want to say at the beginning to her, you know, is it possible that we could, you know, take things a little bit further and how, how we see each other today? And then you know, the message can be taken to her.

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The next question was, when you are looking into a sister that you want to marry?

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Is it permissible? Or is it okay to go through her profile profile on social media, websites or anything like that?

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So, I understand that there are so there are certain social media platforms that by default, because of what they're called, right, then people will put the pictures on.

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But I would, I would say that, you know, for sisters, a minister may sound a little bit out of touch, or may sound you know, this is not what people do. Well, you know, we,

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you know, the advice that I tried to give is close to, I believe to be the Quran and the Sunnah.

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And it is the Quran and Sunnah which is what should kind of guide and mold the way that people think not just because this is what people do and therefore it's acceptable. So I would say is that you know, people you should really kind of, especially since there's the way they display themselves, and it's a public arena to be very very careful very wary. And if that your pages

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is a public page maybe you want to make it a private page only those people that you know,

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that who've you've you know, made friends or contacts with, that they're allowed to see your personal and your private but I think the original question is, is it okay for the brother to go and just go out there and look for his profiles?

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I think it's more of an ethical question or whether it's permissible and I can't say it's haram

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I don't know where it leads people in the future

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I don't know how that you know, people then start you know, fishing around for

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I'm just looking for somebody now. I'm looking for somebody who's and the judging by people what they look like. Yeah. When we know if I've met this sister, I think that's what I was saying about once you've met this sister, and you want to find out more about her, right? Why don't how much do you I mean, how much more you're gonna buy

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pictures. With the pictures don't more profile. Maybe the profile is open to the public and you can see what that person is up

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too. I mean, it's not just the brothers snooping on the sisters sisters can be snooping on the brothers as well at the same time, right? So how would How would you create that balance when you're looking at someone to marry? Because it's quite common now isn't it was got profiles, what I would say that we're talking about people who allow themselves to be viewed and seen in the first place like this, what I would say is that you shouldn't do that in first place. You should be very, very careful of how people can view your own personal information, you shouldn't make your personal information. Public Cloud, I think you should, I don't think he would do that in the first place. So

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I think that people are going to use social media, you can't stop people doing that. But there needs to be some formal, you know, understandable guidelines of how we're going to interact with with social media. So people should, especially sisters, you know, keep themselves private, don't allow things to be public. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And a brother doing things like that will, you know, you may misinterpret or misunderstand things that have been written or what people are doing. So it's better to meet people. It's better to meet people to speak people to do things properly, and then you can make an informed decision.

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Okay, does that color shift for us? I know, we spent a bit of time talking about I think it's something that's a growing trend. It's gonna it's happening now. Sharla for our younger generation, so let's move on to the next question. Actually got a call inshallah. So let me take that one. Sure. So what's your name? Where you calling from? Well, it comes from my name is Max Muda. At flower can change.

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I just wanted, I just wanted to know I, I went to any farm with my friends. It wasn't that far. I think we just went out to eat. But if that time at home at my house was was different to the place where I open my fast, I wanted to know if my fast was invalid, or would have to make up for you know, what time are you following in the study place? So the masjid that I followed? My family follow? I think it was the E and the place that I opened it was that 20? It wasn't far from me.

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Okay, sister, is I've got another question. That was, that was my question. Okay.

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We got another color shift. So let's take that correlation. And then we can answer the question. So why don't I come? So I can What's your name? And where you calling from? Can I only keep my name anonymous, please? No problem. Yeah, my first question is, you know, a third, this hadith saying that, apparently you shouldn't delay like that you should pray before the sun turns yellow. And that some of the scholars say that you can only delay yet. Like, like after the sentence, yes. If that's necessary, excuse would be like would be like really tight because it's unnecessary excuse. That's, that's one of my questions. My second question is,

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so like, you put your alarm on for soldiered. But for some reason, you didn't get up non intentionally like you were like in deep sleep and you didn't get up? So when you get up, you do your cynjohn you do would do? But you can't find any pure clothes? Would you have to do like wash the impure clothes and make them pure? Or would you just have to or would you be excused or would you be pray in those impure clothes?

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And my third and final question is, does impurity transfer per retinas?

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Fruit or sorry? You know, impurity does it transfer to the wetness? For example, if my hands are wet and wet in pure Caracas to transfer to my hands, yes. Okay, so

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I get that inshallah. I'll ask the chef, no shortages. ACULA Hi, stuff with uncle. Chef. We've got quite a few. We've got four questions. Which way should we go? First? Would you like to answer first as you like, sorry, the ones you can remember? Right.

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Okay, let's think about the last one impurity than the witnessing charlatan. Okay. So with regards to impurities, impurities are of two types, either dry or wet. Okay, with dry ones, if they touch you, and you don't see any remnants of the impurity, okay, then there's no problem. As for impurities that are wet. So the sister said, if you touch something is wet, and it's impure, and you see that, of course it will be transferred to you. Yes. So through wetness and through liquids, then the impurities can be transferred. Yes.

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Does athleisure I think the second question she or you're testing minnows and you feel an awful lot of questions. No, no, no. Okay. Second question was about I think I can generalize this wherever you can pre Salah with if you're close, and you don't have access to clean clothing.

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Yeah, so ordinarily, because this is like almost an exception of the exception it would be very I mean, Allahu Allah.

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To find absolutely no clothing

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that's that use clean to wear

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for Salah because as for sisters they're required to

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cover more than demand within the salah of course they have to cover their heads and all that they can show us their face and hands you

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so really depends on the

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situation of if there are other options within the home maybe you could offer you could find other clothes within the home that maybe your siblings siblings close or something like that yeah, assume that severe case that you actually have no like clean clothes what is the alternative? Okay, so what do we have here now we have a clash between offering the salah within its time

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and we have a situation where a person who are wearing

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you know washing his clothes and then having the clean clothes will takes precedence the time or having to clean clothes both of which are conditions of the prayer. Okay

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so what do we do here in a situation like this only I'm thinking about a situation like this that may not necessarily be a problem because if a person is able to identify the area of Nigeria or the in the area of impurity is to go and simply just wash it and they won't take very long you'll have enough time in shallow tally to pray your Salah Yeah, so good just wash the area and then you can use that piece of clothing for your Salah Zakka house

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we're gonna go on a break very shortly we'll all will answer the previous two questions that are unanswered inshallah after the break but do so to be clear when when you are missing the salah you are you can wash your clothes quickly and

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should we come back to the after break? Because I think I'm yeah

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viewers at home inshallah we'll come back after the break Desikan is too late or Brocato bla

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Salam, Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh, the brothers and sisters, welcome back to ask him on. So we're in the middle of a question. So I'm going to carry on with that question in Sharla. And then hopefully you're you get some more quarters in the meantime. So chef, as we were talking before the break, I'm going to rephrase the question now. So I am now

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driving down the motorway, and Margaret is most time to pray Margaret, for example.

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Obviously I find a service stopped praying, but my clothes are not clean. Where's the majestic?

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Where's the impurity?

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Perhaps we're

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using the toilet. Okay. Sure. Okay, so then if that's the situation, then you can just go to the bathroom, you can wash that part of the clothing. Okay, so watch that part of glue. Yeah, there's no need to watch the whole thing. Just watch the area of the impurity. And then you can pray that in China. Okay, debacle is production.

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So one of the questions the sister asked was praying when the sun is yellow is yellow peak? Yeah. Sure if you'd like to answer that question, okay. So

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on this issue, some of the scholars, actually majority of the scholars actually

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categorize the praying of salata last into to you. And there is the earliest time, which is a workflow for Gila, which is the preferred and the time that you we should all offer salata acid, and that is when the sun is very bright in the sky.

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As brightest, the moment it starts to turn, or soften, the brightness softens on the sun, and it becomes a little bit of a yellow car color. This is what they call a walk that Bura this mean, that you really should only delay us up until this time, unless there was a reason to do so. Okay, it's just like to, okay, the system mentioned is, for example, is if I was extremely tired, is it allowed for me to, to offer my salah to Lhasa at that particular time? Yes, it is allowed for you. It is allowed for you.

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But you wouldn't take it as an ad, he wouldn't take it as like a routine or daily routine that you always delete a lot of us through that time. So you should always try to play pray your Salawat in the earliest times to get the maximum reward in Charlottetown and

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Zakka. Last year. And going back to our original system, the first quarter, Sister Sister asked a question about breaking your fast at a different time.

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If you'd like to, okay, so what I would say right with regards to Ramadan, and when I start my fast, and when I break my fast, it is extremely important. And it is not a matter that I take

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something very lightly at all. Okay, so every morning, before when I'm going to be when I hit it again, a fajr I should know when I'm going to start fasting. And in the evening. I know when I'm going to break my fast view. Okay. It's not something Well, I'm just going through the motions and it's like, well, I don't know when I'm breaking my fast. Yeah. I mean, people who are fasting will know when they're going to break their fast. I would assume. Yeah. Maybe I'm assuming incorrectly but we're if it's a case with everyone else, you know what time you're working. You're so you're fast, let's say 915 and you're out you're out of your friends out rushing and everyone breaks too

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fast at 915 but you know it's 915

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in that in that situation, do you go with a jammer with one and break? There's a 15 minute difference? No, no, they broke the fourth at 913 or 913 30. Oh, gosh, right. Okay. Yeah. And I think that's what the crystal started asking. She wouldn't. Maybe she went over friends to break her fast. Yeah. And she knows already in the head. We're breaking fast at 920, from which you've been breaking foster home. Yeah. But at the restaurant, everyone's breaking the fast at 980. Right, like, so what does she do at a situation? She follow everyone else in the way? Okay, it's

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the first situation that you've explained. But why would is that I wouldn't, I wouldn't break my fast unless I know what is happening at that time is actually correct. Okay. If it's like, I'd ask where do you get that? Where was this? This prayer timetable? What's it following? Who's where's it come from? For the whole of the month? I know that I've been doing this particular timeframe. If the person doesn't have an accident, they didn't know okay. If Allahu Allah forgives you in the fastest Valley, because you didn't know. Okay.

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Last year, we got a few questions on WhatsApp. Let's come out of the Ramadan feeling beaten Sharla. So really good question. If sorry, income shift, what would you advise someone suffering from a mental health problems such as social anxiety, and it's affecting their daily life?

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So it's a very broad question. I mean, it affects people in so many different ways. And of course, the person should seek medical advice from a professional first and foremost, okay, this is very important that they get that advice, and go through their GP, to get a referral from a professional or to refer to a professional so you can get the help that you need. I mean, from an Islamic point of view, I mean, you can make dua to Allah subhanaw taala, it's very important you make dua to Allah Subhana Allah, that he makes things easy for you and try to identify those areas of where you feel in you're feeling particularly anxious, whether it was going out or doing certain things. Okay.

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Well, not to

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worry about what missing if you go for anxiety, and fear anxiety, they missed a lot.

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And what is the ruling on them making up salah? Or are they pardon for missing? That's what really goes back to why that person has not prayed. Why did you know? They've got mental health? Yeah, okay. I mean, listen, Mr. Soloff. Yeah. So, I mean, if a person is feeling down or sad, okay. I mean, that wouldn't be

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a justified reason not to pray. Right? I mean, if you're talking about a person who's lost their mind,

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because we know the Hadith, the prophet is that the pen is raised up on three of them, one of them is a person has lost the,

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the, you know, they can't think that considered him insane, then, of course, they're not accountable for that. But if a person knows fully what is going on, then the obligation of prayer is there for them. It is upon them. In fact, I would say is that it is the prayer that by law surgeons permission is what will help you by leaving the prayer will make your situation worse.

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Shut up a question in regards to universities in the UK and obtaining student loan? Are they a form of rubber? Even if we don't use the money obtained from the university?

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You don't use the money? Are they a form of rubber? Even if they if we don't use the money obtained from university? Even if we

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don't? I think what they're saying is if we use that money to pay for the fees,

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university fees, okay. Interpret the wedding. Yeah. For it to make sense. Yeah, it does. Yeah. Okay. What do you say makes sense? Well, it makes no sense what you're saying. Listen, with regards to you know, the student fees student loan,

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there are two valid opinions on that. Okay. There was initially had issues, whether you view as

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you know, when you take the money out, or you borrow the money, and it goes increasing over a period of years based on interest rates and whatnot, or is it because it's not? It's not a conventional loan? Because they put a lot of conditions to it? Is it seen as if you want to put it in a word as as seen as an investment by the government? Okay.

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There are two valid opinions on that.

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My opinion is not going to be the final say on the issue. Okay.

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Because there are five valid differences of opinion, for me to decipher view is that you should avoid it, you should try to work and try to make your own money to pay for the fees man. There are there are a lot of countries around the world where they, they are young, as young as 18 year old, they actually working and saving up money to pay for tuition fees. And, you know, it's not like we have to get that loan, that student loan that people wants to so they can study. There are other ways, of course.

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I've met many brothers and I know of many sisters who have worked mashallah and paid for their own fees. Many of them if they don't do that, they'll end up you know, when they graduate, they've got debts of more than 30 or 40 years.

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Making it easy. I mean,

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we actually have a call

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rulership. So let's take that inshallah. Salam Alaikum corner, what's your name and where you calling from? And when it comes to lamb? My name is Howard and I am calling from comity. Mashallah.

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Would you like to start with your question? And yes, I was wondering if you burn it? Does it break your fast?

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Repeat eigen PC stuff? When you're burning it? Does it break your fast? Does that color? Hey, I've got another question. No, that's why I'm the questions.

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Chef, when you're burning? Does it break your fast? Okay, so what I would say is that

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I know they have a tower, or what is burning Ubers? I mean, what's what's what? I know what I mean? I know. I'm just saying, maybe some of the viewers are saying what was burning wood? What's that about? Okay, this is the burning of like, certain types of wood, or incense sticks. Okay, that you burn around the house and it gets all smoke and it gives a nice scent nice smell in the home.

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Does this break your fast or not? Okay, me a person might think well, how can I break my fast? I'm not eating and drinking. Yeah. Okay. So what is the practice of some, when using this incident or burning this incense

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is that when they burn it, and it gives off these not very nice smell very nice is that they bring it close to themselves. And they

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want to sit there close. Okay, and they end up inhaling quite a lot of it. Some of the other might say this, a lot of that goes into your into your job. And therefore could be like a borderline breaking your fast. So for certain, for certain to be safe, we shouldn't do that. If you're burning the road, or you're burning these incense sticks or whatever the case may be directly inhale the smoke, okay, okay. If however, you're going to burn it within the home, Okay, be careful not to try and inhale too much of it. And some of the you can send the house. Okay, that's not a problem inside the whole mentality. There's not as though you cannot use it during the day. But if you say it's,

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you know, it's burned in the house, and it kind of, you know, goes into the home dissipates and in the home, then it's no problem, Shawn.

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I think that did answer her question. You Sasha move on to the next question on WhatsApp and Sharla. So just a reminder to viewers at home Inshallah, you can post your questions on our WhatsApp group the numbers on the screen below, or you can alternatively call the studio line inshallah. So, Chef, next question, when a girl reaches puberty, when is it obligatory for a father to pay for expenses, like education or health, etc, etc.

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in the UK, I'm assuming this is outside of the UK, because in the UK, you have the NHS, which cover all of our health issues? Yeah. So okay. Yeah, that's the first one. Yeah. As for education?

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There's a lot of details missing here. Okay. And I'm, I'm questioning as well, that this type of question here is, does my father have to pay for my education and health? Does that mean that the person understands that the Father's not going to do for them? Or the father saying no, maybe there's an issue there.

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So what I would say is that this is outside of the UK, it seems, it seems like yeah, I would say that if the person can go to their local scholar to explain the situation in further detail, that they will get the answer which will be tailored for their situation, which was to make it easy.

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But in general, the father is responsible to look after his family. Okay, whatever needs, they have his wife and his children, then the father should go out of his way to help them your child wouldn't be based on age, which would based on age No, it's not based upon age or anything new, you know, whatever their needs, regardless of their age, you should be there to support that culture. I have enough questions if it's in regards to

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reciting Quran is it better to memorize Quran? Or to recite the Quran?

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In general, in general, yeah. Well, or even

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during Ramadan? This is Ramadan related question. Okay. You know, were we advised to read as much Quran as you can. Yeah. Now, would it be better to remember watch Quran? Spend more time memorizing rather than reciting? Well, if we look at it that during your memorizing process, you will have to recite one Yeah, yeah. So I think this they wanted, people always have that desire to complete the Hutton

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at least once in Ramadan, and they may fail to do that if I memorize. So we could rephrase the question like this. Is it better to me to focus maybe on a small portion of the Quran? I tried to because it only involves recitation. Always the best for me just to go through recitation in Ramadan.

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Allahu Allah knows best what is something like that? What is better for you? If it all involves recitation, which in essence is all Baraka? It's all blessings as all reward for you inshallah Tana

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but if it is, you know, during the month of Ramadan, that, you know, outside of them that you don't really do that.

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Maybe take the advantage or the opportunity in the month of Ramadan to complete the Quran. Why not?

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Just ask Allah.

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Chef, I wrote another question on WhatsApp. It's in regards to Iftar.

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What's the Sunnah of breaking your fast? What do you what should you eat? What did the Prophet peace be upon him

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you eat to break his fast with. So we know the Prophet alayhi salam would

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eat dates, he would also eat cucumber with dates, cucumber, and also watermelon with dates at the time of breaking fast, okay. And also water and milk. These are the

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most important milk I mean mixing it, obviously, you've got a glass of water, you know, glass of milk. And these are things which are light on the stomach and very beneficial after a long day fasting and then you need to go straight into you know, big heavy meal is

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there are better ways of returning to food, if you like and the way that the prophet Elisha used to do it is the best way. So using date salt and milk light foods. Okay, so are you saying, Okay, if I was to eat alive for myself, I'll be up for you really hungry after taraweeh? For example? Yeah, only to have a meal? Nothing? I don't know if it's because my body used to or know that. You were living in what used to eating? Yeah, we will still have yourself.

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But going back to during the during the time of the prophets of Assam and the sahaba. What did we used to eat as a main kind, of course. And the main Yeah, they used to live,

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the type of food that they are observed either time was a very simple food.

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There were times when they would have

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they would have meat, they would have modoch They would have like a soup, which may be extended and cooked with, like bones and things like taking like soup and things like

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I'm not a specialist on the foods that they used to eat at that time to be honest with you.

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But I think what's happening a lot of people are now getting into healthy eating healthy eating is good. But I want to mention as well that you know, person, the food that they used to eat. So I want to eat that because that's the Sunnah. Yeah. And that's not necessarily the case. Yeah, you know, there are certain people, you know, they will say that you shouldn't eat meat every day, because that's not the sun. You can't say that. I mean, of course, the Prophet Adam did not eat meat every day. I agree with you. Yeah. Probably because that was the

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because of the economic situation at the time. Yeah, you know, but it doesn't mean that.

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I mean, there may be health aspects that you probably shouldn't eat meat every day, the arguments for it or arguments against it, again, you should go to nutritionist concerning those issues, okay. But you have to bear in mind that there are certain things which are part of the customer of the people at that time, which is not necessarily something which is incumbent upon us to, to try and follow, which is our culture. I have a question about loads of

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many cycle chef, many people say that the 27th night is the odd night. How accurate is this? And where is this? Where does this information come from? Okay. So, the Prophet alayhi wa salam was, was going to inform the companions of when Leila to Qatar was. And then he was made to forget, actually, by Allah subhanaw taala, because there was an incident between two companions, and he forgot and then the Prophet elitism said to them, that you should look for it in the last 10 nights, and then did another narration it mentioned and so certainly, you should look for it in the odd last nights, or the last 10 Nights. So 2123 2527 29

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There are some narrations regarding the 27th. One of those being a narration of Ibn adversive of the Allahu and Homer, where he was on the line.

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quite sure. Within within himself, he was quite sure that it was the 27.

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But this is not from the directly from the prophet Elisha said, this is his own niche is only opinion. For this reason, some of the scholars that they would say, We believe it's the 27th. But we cannot be sure. Yeah, we cannot be sure. I think this is all about that is the night, that magical number 27. And people have made up their mind that this isn't that I think it's really important to share the knowledge that even the scholars are saying that this is not for sure, majority of the element of that they have the opinion that we cannot, for certainty say what night it is exactly. So we try every single night in challenge.

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We actually have a cooler show. So let's take that in Sharla. So I can quote us your name and where you're calling from.

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I don't give my name. No problem, sister. If you'd like to proceed with your question in Sharla. Yeah, my question is

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about menstruation. You know, when you're on your period during this last 10 days, and you don't want to miss the reward of Lailatul Qadr. Can you

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like read the Quran, on the phone or tablet, because I know you can do zikr and make dua, but just to increase more, you're the act of a badass. Can you read the Quran? On the phone?

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Have you got another question? Or is that

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that's all it is Zack I'm actually gonna share force him to answer that question.

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So chef, I think you've answered that question, Shawn.

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Okay, so what I would say is that you know, a little cutter and we've quite clearly said to that we do not know exactly what night it is.

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If for whatever reason, and one of the reasons that the sister mentioned they may not be able to pray due to the monthly cycle and they don't want to miss out on a little clutter what says the first and foremost you're not going to miss out on later clutter you miss out if you sleep, if you sleep through the whole night then you miss out on the reward. But there are so many other things that you can do other than Salah so you can read Quran from your on the application from your phone not a problem and yes, you can you can also make vicar you can also make the focusing a lot on my Nikka fall into Herbalife of Afghani, in a say this as many times as you can and understand what you

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are saying okay, and do is very, very powerful. Yeah, there is very powerful and give charity on those nights. Okay, encourage other people to do good on those nights. That's of course command and good and you know that that's all rewarded. So there are many types of a burden that you can do so that you can get some of the reward that may occur on that particular night in short

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so in essence, it's just the salah can't be prayed so by by everything else. You can read the Quran on your phone, I can add my shadows. It's amazing. Did not know that myself and Zacharias. Yeah.

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There's a question on WhatsApp here in regards to completing the Quran with the Imam

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hohem with the Imam during Tarawa

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is that counted as completing a Hutton? Well, you completed a hatom in terms of he went to every every year every night? Yeah. I mean, you listen to the whole you didn't recite it? No. But does that count? Is that count? Is that?

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Is there any?

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There's no special reward for you completing Quran in Ramadan in the first place? Okay, I'll have to make that very clear. That answers all the questions that are around this issue. Okay, there's me listening to it. Does that count as a hot term? Or me reciting the whole thing? Does that count as a hot term? Okay. If you recited the whole Quran that some of them Yes, is.

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This not the same as recitation? Is not the same. Can we say that there's no there's nothing from sunnah to state that you should complete the Quran in Ramadan. You have to do it in normal because we have a lot of

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people they go to same as mustards, the same with the same Imams or they can listen to a crowd from start to end. To gain the reward for them. It's really good of course, beautiful. But does is it the same as complete Hitomi? How important will how detrimental we'll be if I missed one day? No, no, it's not detrimental at all. It's not that I mean, there's no sin upon you. My point is that if you really want the reward of doing the hotma of the Quran is hcms recitation.

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That's where you get you know, 10 100 for each letter that you recite, a person who listens to the Quran, then you seek reward from that faith in Allah you will receive some reward from Allah.

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With that we have we're gonna go on to our next call insha Allah Salam aleikum, call out your name and where you calling from? Welcome.

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My name is Nigel I'm calling. Mashallah, sister, you got a question for us? Yes, I have.

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I was wondering if a sister made an intention to fall, but she forgot to take herself from from her. Hey, before the photo time. Does that. Does that first count? Or does she have to redo it? Sister? Can you repeat that question? One more time, please. Is that correct? Yeah. If a sister made an intention to fast, but he forgot to take herself

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before Fajr time so that I don't already went? Does she need to redo that fast? Or does it count?

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Does that class history we've got another question.

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That will get you have to answer that question. So chef, she made the intention. This is the same she made an intention to fast but did not do the goosal before the federalism when it first starts. Does that far still count? Yeah, it does happen if she knows that her menstrual cycle finished before then, or Fajr then the fastest validation alternative if she performed the vocals, like a little while after of the identifier she fasts 100 accounts for her no problem.

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And we have another call in Sharla so let's take that summer caller What's your name? We're calling from

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welcome villa. I'm calling from Terry and chana masala How you doing? Okay?

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Have you got a question for us? Yes, yes, please. Inshallah.

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First question is regarding the women's monthly menstruation.

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I have a sister asking me that she's having trouble at the moment where it's lasting longer than normal, though it's lasting about 10 days or so. Whereas before, it was always six days.

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So I just wondered, Is there a ruling because to how long we should wait, before you can start fasting and praying saliva, etc? That wasn't the first question. We see is the ruling when you can start. Can you clarify a bit on that? I mean, is there like, a maximum amount of days? Okay, yeah. Just just I will get you to answer that inshallah.

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More questions.

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you know, with height, or the table height with the Bush administration? It is, it's quite a, it's not a straightforward chapter. Yeah. Okay. Because, you know, woman situations can can differ so vastly.

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And ideally, ideally, with if sister has a situation where she doesn't know what to do. Then if she can speak to somebody one on one, okay. And then she can, questions can be posed to her to find out really know what the situation is. Maybe there's, there's maybe she gave birth not long ago, situations, maybe she's, she's on some medicine, you know, there could be many things affecting situation. But with information that the sister gave to us, we say that if a sister had a cycle of about six or seven days, and then the next month, for whatever reason, it continued for 10 days, we say, as long as that sister still sees it as her menstrual cycle over discharge. Sorry to be blunt

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about it. But over the discharge is the discharge of menstruation, she will consider it to be her menstruation until she sees the signs of purity, which she will know. Yeah. Is there a maximum? Yes, I mean, a lot of the majority, I could have said that the maximum we wouldn't go beyond 15 1515 is half the month. You can't you know, otherwise, that means the sisters for more than half of her life is not praying. Yeah, okay. Yeah. So therefore, we say that the maximum is 15. If she ever reached 15, and it's a continuous issue, then maybe

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we should always have a cutoff point of 15. So what if the man says to Karen off the 15 then she, nonetheless, if we say less than 15 days, that's it? You perform awesome and you start praying? Really? Yes. Interesting.

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Chef, we're coming towards the end of the show, which is our CALLER HI, for that.

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Would, uh, in terms of your

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the odd night in Sharla, obviously we're coming up to 27th Night inshallah. And each

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night is important to me. Oh, yeah. The 25th night so, night Sharla. Obviously, we're gonna get more callers regarding the automated Sharla. So, audience at home still stay tuned in. We're back tomorrow. Shall I like the same time? 645

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and I will speak to you tomorrow. I'll see you tomorrow. SHA Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh