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Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh brothers and sisters welcome to ask a man. We're here live Alhamdulillah The number to call is Oh 235150769 to get through to us, that's the quickest way to get through to us and ask your questions. Brothers and sisters, you could also go to WhatsApp and send your question via that means or comment on Facebook in sha Allah. And without further ado, I'm joined by Sheikh Hussein kampsen Cinema Alikum walaikum salam wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Chef, before we get to the questions in sha Allah, we have a day or so to go through a couple of days, two days to go before the end of Ramadan. So what should we be doing in these latter days? And also, how

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would we know if our ABA has been accepted? That's very good question. Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah, will guide Allah's panel to Allah mentions a verse in the Quran, which is a very beautiful verse. And it we can understand it in light of

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Ramadan, where Allah subhanaw taala says, well, good or bad, to kill your pain, that you worship your Lord until the certainty comes to you. And many of the scholars of the past would say or interpret this, the certainty is death. So we worship Allah subhanaw taala, to our last moments. And we know that the Prophet sallallahu sallam said in the medina noble 14

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are available for writing that actions are by how they end. So Ramadan is at Hamdulillah, we're coming towards the end. And yes, we have prayed the 27th night in which many of us if not all, of us have Hamdulillah we exerted lots of effort in worshiping Allah subhanaw taala and giving charity and being grateful and thankful to Allah subhanaw taala. But, you know, the nights continue, this is the 28th day now, and tonight will be another night. And it is another opportunity for us to to exert more efforts in worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. So I would say to my dear brothers and sisters not to think that Ramadan is it is finished, or it is over because it is not. And we have very limited

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amount of time left, whether it is one or two days left, Allahu Allah, when that will be. But we show Allah subhanaw taala and show ourselves as well, that we are willing to go right to the variant.

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And if you can, you know, imagine that person is running a race, that, you know, if he's, or she has run the majority of the race, are they going to stop 1015 meters and then just stop and then not finish the race? No, they will continue as fast as they can, as much as they can to the very end so they get the best time in the race. Similarly, we want the best out of Ramadan. So we worship Allah subhanaw taala.

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Even a person says, Well, you know, later on, no one says the 29th Maybe it's the 27th. But the thing is, we are not 27th Night Muslims. We are Muslims every single night. And we are muslims every single day. So we want to show our obedience, we want to show our gratitude and servitude and love to Allah subhanaw taala by worshipping Him continuous. And your question whether we know our actions have been accepted, we would like to hope that when we make dua, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept our deeds, and that he allows us to continue as we have been going on in this particular month, in the month of Shawwal, which will be the next Islamic month. Are we going to fast any of

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those days? Are we going to continue any of the activity brother that we that we did in this month? In a greater form? Are we going to fast are we going to have any extra Salawat Allah who ultimately the acceptance is with Allah subhanaw taala you may not know in this world your life but we will shirt and certainly display to ourselves that we are willing to worship Allah subhanaw taala to the very end and not give up. May Allah azza wa jal give us access and may Allah subhanaw taala accept from a small Allah.

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Shall we have a question on WhatsApp from a viewer? They said to Somali culture? How do we recite Salah to Janaza?

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Okay, very good.

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So Salah told Janessa is the funeral prayer. And there were a number of narrations concerning the number of like ADD, but we'll simplify to say that there are four rocket

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and there are two ways of praying. There's the way the majority of scholars that they

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say how the Prophet as Mr. proGenesis is there's one other way according to the Ohana for him on Walter Scott as I explained the majority, but know that there was a valid difference of opinion on the matter.

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The majority of the scholars from the hannabery, Maliki and Shafia they say

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that Genesis for Raka is telling me a lot was saying Allahu Akbar. Okay. Janessa does not contain any sujood it does not contain any real cool. So it begins like the other Salawat are you standing facing the tabler Allahu Akbar, and then you recite al Fatiha and then you say Allahu Akbar for a second time. And this is where you recite dua Ebrahimian on the road Allahumma Salli, ala Muhammad Anwar Ali Mohammed and then there's the third raka a third tech could be a third tech to be Nautica tech clear. This is when you make the dua for the deceased okay. And this derive of the deceased is a number of ways different ways of saying that you can if you go to the fortress of the Muslim

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person and most of them, you will find the different supplications to be said to the inshallah hotel. And then there is the fourth to Kabir Allahu Akbar for 14 And then there's general dua for everybody. And then as salaam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah okay. So this fortec Pirot after the first one is Fatiha after the second one is the route do I Brahimi of the third one is the draft for the deceased after the fourth is very short draft for everybody. And then as the salam alaikum warahmatullah Saramonic. And is there a specific way to do the fourth, the last I or is that just the drought in any other? No, no, no, no, as far as I meant, yeah, there is there

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is one. So for example, if there's a deceased child, as opposed to a deceased being an adult, there's a different wordings that you can say, okay, because with the,

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for the deceased, you're seeking forgiveness for the NGO Allahu Akbar Allahu Warham, who was one who

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was the one who Aloha maxilla will be Bill Murray was 31 But you asked him for forgiveness and you're asking Allah Subhana Allah Mundaka human and Fatah you're coming in October I'd be looking at this, it allows you to purify this individual just as a clothing is purified from from that as a child, they still have to have notions. So then as a general Allama flimsily Mina will Muslim mean. Hey, I mean, this is genuine. If you go to the fortress of the Muslim you find the different wordings for those wondering

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if we have another question on WhatsApp assalamualaikum chef, I wanted to ask when does Aisha Salah and Salat Alicia?

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salata, Aisha is up to this fool. Leila is up to half of the night. Now, half the night does not mean 12 o'clock midnight. Okay, doesn't mean that. So what does it meant by half the night or midway through the night? What is meant by that? What is meant by that? And it is worked out by finding out how many hours there are between Salat al Fajr, Salat, and Margaret and Fajr. So you look at how many hours from Maghrib to Fudger. So let's say eight hours. Yeah. So for our four hours would be half of the night, whatever time that is, whether it's 10 o'clock or two o'clock or whatever the case may be, if there's 10 hours between them. So be five hours off the market. That would be up to

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half of the night. Okay. Okay, so solitarily should really shouldn't be delayed beyond half of the month.

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And is it better to delay Russia in comparison to other players? prayers? Good question. Okay. So, at the time of the Prophet Elissa to southern lowness, there was a time when he delayed Salah to Asia

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and the people got it. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam said,

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Excuse me,

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if it wasn't a shock or difficulty for my ummah, that I would have made Salah to Asia to be prayed at this time. Okay, so the prophet Elisha Salam reminded us that if it if it is possible to delay salatu Alicia didn't do so not past midnight.

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So the Prophet Ellison would do in his Masjid Elisa to CERAM is that everyone we pray Sultan Muhammad and when that is selected, Aisha came if the people they attended in quite a large number, he would pray Salah to Asia in its earliest time. If for example that he saw that maybe delaying it and allowing people to come here would delay Salatin Asia a little bit later. Okay. So it depends on the state of the people. If there's no difficulty upon them, then you can delay salata Asia, but

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if it's difficult for you to gauge if it's a difficulty amongst people, then you know, there is a common practice in delaying satiation after salata marketing by an hour and a half or so or a couple of hours or something like this.

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If we have another question from a viewer it says, What's the meaning of this? Da Allahumma Inaka phone to Hebrew for funny? Allah this is there are that many of us we made and we should continue to be making during the lights last 10 the last nights of of Ramadan. When the Prophet Salam said Allahumma in Qatar for one to hit Bulava for one day. That Oh Allah you are the one who pardons

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that you love to pardon. So pardon me. Now the word pardon really doesn't give much

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True isn't a true reflection of the meaning of an awful because Allahu is one of the names of Allah subhanaw taala and I fall

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and Allah subhanaw taala who is that he's the one who pardons overlooks, in one of the meanings overlooks all the new banal sins. There's also a meaningful level

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in the usage of the word that I have here is that you're requesting from Allah subhanaw taala. Goodness in both your physical existence, your life, your health, and also in your deen. So you ask Allah subhanaw taala for goodness protection. You looking for prosperity, prosperity and benefit in your bodies, you know, no illnesses, no harm comes to you. And also with regards to your deen but you ask a loss printer to protect you from any DLL from any mistakes or you know, falling off the right path. So there's a very comprehensive dura very, very comprehensive euro in in this word, or these two are Allahumma indica if we want to hit Bulava for f1 and as we know the Prophet Addison

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Toad replied, The asked asked answering the question of eyeshadow, the language should we say if we were looking for a letter cutter should make this da

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Hirscher are there other dyes that we can make

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during these last night? Yes, I mean, focus on this one hola hum. In our in Nick, I've wanted to help a lot of Afghani also, I've been to Atlanta for dunya has an outfit after it has an opening at Evernote. These are very comprehensive there as well. I'll give me the best of this world the best of the hereafter and save me from the hellfire and any other dua that you wish to make. If it isn't your own language, make that Durand ask Allah subhanaw taala

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anything that you want, and if I can just it wasn't, I want to emphasize a point because we know that many people think after you know after 27th night people just waiting for Amazon to finish. Remember that the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam said that Allah subhanaw taala freeze some of his servants every single night, in the month of Ramadan. So servants are freed from the Hellfire every single night. So even if you believed that, you know the little quarter was the 27th but you still have the 28th night you still have the 29th and possibly the 30th night, these are still nights that you can make dua to Allah subhanaw taala and that Allah subhanaw taala can decree and save you from

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the Hellfire on these nights and we still have these nights with us. So I would really encourage the brothers and sisters just continue go to the masjid and make and pray to Allah subhanaw taala

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brothers and sisters this is a live show you can call us here in the studio on Oh 235150769 And also you can message us on WhatsApp and comment on Facebook inshallah I'm hearing that we have a caller on the line As salam o alaikum cola What's your name where you calling from?

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Welcome salaam Perla I'm calling from sorry. Yes sister. What question do you have for us today? Yes, I have a couple of questions inshallah. Just firstly, just to say that that program because I read quite often and then I ask a lot of questions. I'm learning a lot.

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The first question is regarding Ruritan Fatiha.

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I've been going to the masjid a lot more. I'm taking my son there quite often. And I ended up praying at the masjid. So I just wondered reverted to it. How when should we be reading it?

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Quietly, every time during the when the Imams leading, or at the moment what I'm doing is when the Imam reads loudly, I remain quiet. And then when he has the silent moment I read it then I don't know if I'm doing the correct thing. So I just want to be sure.

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The second question is about dua. I'm sure I heard a shout one say that there's a time for the war. Like you can just raise your hand at any time, etcetera. I mean, regards to after the Salah.

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At my machine, literally after every seller, they do make a little DWIs and if it's a short one, I just wondered, do I have to do that or, you know, I'm not sure if it's the right thing, or should I remain silent? And I always do the the test, you know the 33 times the panel etc, etc. Just want to make sure I'm doing the right thing.

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Exactly. Okay, sister, do you have any other question?

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Thank you.

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Chef. The sisters first question was regarding sort of how to how to I have to read it every time they mums reading it or do I wait for him to recite quietly and then I can read read it in Salah.

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Okay, so the recitation of Surah Al Fatiha with regards to those who are following the salah. The imam of course will have to recite Fatiha but those on the person who's reading alone, he will recite or she will recited if it had the dispute is the follower. Do they recite al Fatiha or not? And it is a valid difference of opinion amongst the scholars.

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There are those who say that the recitation of the Imam is sufficient for those who are following so they don't have to. The other view is that it is upon the Imam and also the followers for everybody to recite al Fatiha. If then the Imam is going to recite another chapter after that, and allowed prayer then you just listen, you don't pray and you make up your own sword or listen to your own sword, I should say, yeah.

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But you listen to him.

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They're both valid opinions. And if you're asking me personally then I say that Allahu Allah, that everybody should recite al Fatiha. Okay upon upon to follow as well. But like I say, it's a valid difference in opinion if somebody said, otherwise, we accept that. And we're not talking about a person says, Well, if you take the other view, ie that you don't miss al Fatiha. Your Salah is invalid because you have to recite Fatiha. Okay, this is not the case and no Ireland would ever say that no scholar would ever say that, because there's a valid and legitimate and accepted difference of opinion, sort of a person asked a person of knowledge and went with that opinion. It's entirely

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valid.

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But upon the genuine Hadith, that the Prophet SAW rather Some said that whoever does not read al Fatiha and then the present is not complete. So what the sister described how she does it, how she does it, I would you know, I can suggest if she continues doing that, I that the man when she's listening to the Imam, that he will recite al Fatiha out loudly. And then when he's finished, you can recite quietly to yourself so little Fatiha and then listen to the remaining part of the recitation of the MN Wolong to Anna This is the second question was her method or during die off the solo show does should she follow them? Which is should she do her own dies? How would you go about

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this? So a dua is something that we should be doing regularly to be honest with you not just at the end of you know in salah or things like that there are special times very very highly recommended times when you Institute to make dua after the event and the last hour of us are on a Friday when it's raining for example, okay, these are recommended times in the last third of the night these are recommended times for you to make dua.

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Now, the Prophet alayhi wa sallam told the Sahaba or the alarm to when the making drought that they will do individually. Okay, you don't find that there is a lack of geometry or congregational approach in the DUA. Okay, this is the first thing so if people take it upon themselves to you know, every Salah that they're making as a kind of a congregational approach then we would say that rather what the prophets I send them and the Companions used to do is preferable okay that after the solid you make your own just be sofa loss over loss of land that what you find again in the fortress of the Muslim, okay, and then if you want to make do after that, then you can you know, you're free to

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make a dua as you wish.

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But it wasn't the practice of the Prophet so Salman the companions that after every single seller knew that there would be like a congregational approach in the Torah. And most certainly, it's not something that you have people do it that you have to participate in besides finished. That's the obligation. After that, you know, you're free to

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make your own vicar and your own dua as you like. Follow. Exactly. Hello, Chef. Chef, we have another viewer on the line as salaam aleikum viewer What's your name? Where you calling from?

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Salam aleikum.

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Sister, what's your name? Where you calling from?

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I'm calling from.

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It's just a what question do you have for us today? Regarding answer card, yeah, basically, might have been sponsible enough and and I donated my Zuccotti money to the orphan and her family. And now the child does charity that anyway, they've said that the money has been held in a bank. And for whatever reason,

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that money is kind of, it's not been given to the family as yet. They're not sure it will be given.

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If it will get to the family. Basically, I just need to know is that the cut? Do I need to pay again? Okay. Do you have any other questions sister?

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Just love her sister, chef. The sister asked. She's sponsoring an orphan. And she's been doing that as a means of Hezekiah. But it's been put in a bank somewhere and their family hasn't received it yet. What obligations does she have and what should she do? Okay.

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So, there's a couple of things I want to mention here.

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That number one,

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when the person is going to give this occur,

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they do the right thing just as this sit sister did and hamdulillah she paid her occur, she gave the right

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to those who are deserving of it. And hamdulillah She fulfilled

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the right of Allah as I've done and the right of the people go

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cuz that's their money.

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So she did the correct thing and doing that, as Muslims, of course, we have to be wary of how or do you know, conduct due diligence in how I was occur is going to reach the recipient.

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So you have to, to some extent

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do some research, or look into how, if you're not going to do it yourself that is because you can do it yourself, you can find that the person the recipient and give it to them directly, if you're not going to do that, or either you're going to entrust another party or another individual to give this occur to the recipient, then you have to ensure that those people or that individual is trustworthy, and to ensure that this occur will reach the recipient. Okay.

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Next point I want to mention is that those these charity organizations, whoever they are, if they offer a service, okay, they you say that we will take your soccer

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and we will pay and give them a car to whom you want it to go to? Yeah, okay, then they have to fulfill that

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it is not allowed to offer the service of

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taking people's Zika and then holding it and holding it at the ledgers that's not allowed.

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And if charities are doing that, then they should fit Allah subhanaw taala.

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Because this this money is not the does not belong to the one who is giving this occur. Nor does it belong to those who are distributing this, it doesn't belong to belongs to those four corrupt Misaki or whoever is the recipient of this occur. Okay. Regarding the sister situation.

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She for whatever reason, wanted to know why it's and it's only fair that did those orphans, that family, did they receive this occur? Because I asked you to deliver this to them? Yep. If this charity says no, it has not been delivered, then she has the right to ask when will they receive your soccer? If they give an unknown date, that's unacceptable. Because the money has been paid, it needs to be given to them without delay.

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If they they can't give you any answers, you have right to ask for that soccer back. You asked for the money back so that you can give it to somebody else.

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So that they can then give this occur to the individuals that you that you want.

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And it is not permissible as well, that you have entrusted those individuals to distribute this distributed as a curve is not allowed for them to say we can't give it back to you.

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You they don't have the right to say that shot on. They have no right to say that. If the individual finds that is not being done correctly, you have full right to ask for that money back so that you can ensure that this occur reached the recipient in

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in in good time.

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She's a Florida chef. We have another caller on the line. Assalamu Aleikum viewer, what's your name, where you calling from?

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My name is Murad and I'm calling from sorry.

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What question do you have for us today? The question I have today is I know when you go to sujood you're allowed to read off the things three times you are allowed to read a draft of some sort. But are you allowed to say a scarf it Allah one, two or three times after that? Okay, do you have any other question for us mod? No. Also, is your parents aware that you're calling us today? Yes. Okay.

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Give that question to the chef, Chef mods question was regarding subdued conducive stuff a lot of the times when he is Institute or specific guys, he spoke very well mashallah very confident speakers, our brother might have made last count and bless him, bless his family.

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So,

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as he rightly mentioned that while in sujood, you You Say Subhan, Allah, Allah, and you say that three times which is recommended or in a number of odd times after that,

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if you want to set a stable federal law after that you're seeking Allah subhanaw taala is forgiveness in the sujood you have? It's good for you to do that. And hamdulillah so if you want to say stop for Allah, what a tubal Illich

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then you can you can do that. No problem channel Turner. So not just

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going back to the car, for example, I've heard this being said that the one who is given to the car for example, the charity, they're entitled to something before giving it to the person who is it? Is that not the case at all?

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Okay, yeah. So if you give Zakah to

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charities

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If you see charities usually will

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not only deal in Zika No, there are certain organizations that may deal with specifically as occur only. But the vast majority of charity organizations will accept charity in

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all its forms. Okay? Now, if this is the case

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because I'm trying to give a solution here now concerning the situation, okay because the care is very sensitive man sensitive McGee that can just be distributed how you like on anything that you'd like. And that word feasability which is used in the path of Allah subhanaw taala has become a very wide avenue for distributing Zika so be very careful in how this is being distributed. Now those organizations those charities, I should say more specifically, who are accepting people's charity in all its forms and then they will request

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Gift Aid. Okay, well, with the vast majority of the here in the UK talking about that they will receive on top of that a percentage, I'm not sure is it 20 Something percent on top of the amount that's been

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that's been donated, yeah.

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If they do that, usually that can that usually can cover usually can cover the the running costs of the employees and charities having employees is not a problem paying employees employees is not a problem. Chef. We have 20 seconds I'd have to stop you then. Have lunch I will continue after inshallah.

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Brothers and sisters. This has been asking man, we'll be back after the break shortly inshallah. I will see you there. Insha Allah Azza wa alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh bla

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Salam aleikum viewers welcome to ask a man we've been here since 645. Brothers and sisters, you can call us on Oh 235150769 To get your questions here. And that's the fastest way to get your questions to the chef Inshallah, you can also message us on WhatsApp and comment on Facebook with your questions. Before the break chef, we were talking about Zika and given Zika to charities, and how and how that would be distributed by the charity, and what rights they have over inshallah. So the question was about using zakah, and people taking out of this account to cover their own costs. Yeah. So it's explaining basically the best way your best approach and doing that. So

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because I said specifically Zika is a very, very sensitive form of, of charity, and that it can only be given to specific recipients who are who qualify for that. Okay. So what I mentioned is that if those charities who, in general do acceptable types of charity, then any donation that's given, they can then in turn,

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the donator when he's donating can take the box for Gift Aid. Yep. Okay. So if you give, like 100 pounds, then once you take the gift aid box, I'm not sure the exact figures 20 Something maybe might be as far as like 25 or 27%. I think, I think so then essentially that the the charity will then get from the government get them 127 pounds.

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Yeah. So if by with all the gift aid that you receive, if that can cover your your employees who are working with you, and so there's no problem and people being paid. Yeah, in a charity, that's not a problem. Okay, they shouldn't be looked down upon. Because this is so you know, people are working spending time away from their families, and helping Muslims that shouldn't be looked down upon us based on what you know why you should receiving a wage for doing something good. There's absolutely no problem in doing that. Okay, if you can use the Gift Aid to cover the wage of the employees, that would be the ideal situation, because that way, that way, you can ensure that the charity that's

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given 100% of it can go to its destination and similarly there's a care can be given to the individuals who are going to receive it not touched. Okay? This is why it's important to focus on the Gift Aid. So to ensure that the South Dakota are not going to be

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touched, if there is a deficiency then you taking

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out of the charity, the general charity, something like eight or 10% which is about a quarter which is acceptable to cover off maybe for the remaining parts of the the wages and so on and so forth, then then do that. Yeah, try not to touch this account if at all possible. Try not to touch this account of all at all possible so first we'll use the Gift Aid to cover people's things wages and whatnot the running costs and secondly, that if you need to charge an admin fee which is also another problem, yeah. Okay, then you can use that as well. And that way if if you do it and you work well your professional shows that you should be able to cover all the costs that you have one

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more one sure I'm not sure we actually have two callers on the line so let's take the calls are salam Wa alaykum What's your name where you calling from?

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Salaam Aleykum

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the winning product could you turn the TV the volume on your TV low and speak to us on the phone

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that way

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okay, in sha Allah will try and take the next cooler because we can't hear that cooler. Cooler inshallah cool back. And please have your TV volume turn low and speak to us via the phones in sha Allah. Next Kula Salam alikoum What's your name? Where you calling from?

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So now Polycom, Cisco sister.

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Welcome.

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Sister. What questions do you have for us today?

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I just want to find

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I just want to find out about this card. I'm good to go.

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Okay, my jewelry.

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So is this the you were saying you wanted to find out about Zika?

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Yes. Do you have a specific question linked to Zika?

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Yes, because I was paying every year as it got and my husband said you don't need to pay this year because he asked that shake and shake said

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is for your use.

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Okay, so the chef said is for your

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Okay, okay, so stuff will ask the chef for you in sha Allah.

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Chef I didn't catch the question fully if you could, could you just let the viewers know and also Okay, so it's a common question and that is with the jewelry the gold that I have, do I pay Zika on the gold that I wear? Yep. Or not the cattle holy okay, it's a well known issue difference of opinion amongst scholars.

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However, the view of

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Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah

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it seems to be

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the strongest view on this and that is that Zika is paid on all of the gold whether you wear it or not. Okay

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so this is the

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what people should pay their soccer on. Whether you wear the gold or whether it's go just kept in a box that you don't wear okay is the care should be paid in Chautala on all of the gold

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and the full Quran the Moroccan hamdulillah did the benefit and this is a good for you as well. Okay. Since you've asked me this is why I believe that you should do okay soccer on whether the gold you wear it or not. Okay. Would that be 2.5% of the gold? Yeah, that the value of the Golden Yeah, like like the wealth 2.5% of the of the goal you have Arkansas

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I think we have another caller on the line. Assalamu Aleikum Kula What's your name where you calling from?

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Salam aleikum. Kula was your name where you calling from? Well, I was calling from London. Yes, sister. What question do you have for us today? I have a question.

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Muslim sister if you could do me a favor and lower the volume on your TV and speak to us through the phone inshallah. That would help. Okay.

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Well, I have a few questions. The first one is on this

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day I'm not sure what time I should be going to the mall and how I know how to pray the five daily prayers but how do you pray the Eat prayer and what time should a woman go to the mosque to perform the prayer and is it how do you pray it? Okay, the second question is because I've been menstruating and I missed

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a couple of fast I want to make this up so if when Ramadan is finished

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how to make up this fast is it the same like you fudge or you stop eating and you open your faster Mowgli time is that gonna be the time when I stopped after Ramadan? Yes, it will be inshallah sister but I'll put the question to the chef as well. And he could give some advice as well inshallah. Okay, so

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Electrum Salam says, Chef, the sisters first question was Eid prayer. How do we pray prayer and why the general times okay to go to him. So, naturally, these are very good questions from the system. Yeah, last month, I bless him bless her family. What I would say is that regarding the timing, that it really depends on the area that you're in. So maybe the closest Masjid that you are with as to you may be praying, actually, slotted eat outside. Yeah.

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So there are some, you know, for example, in London, in some places in East London, okay, in South and West London, the priests allotted eight, maybe nine or 10 o'clock in the morning, because they're praying outside in a park which allows people to, to attend inside the Masjid. For example, in some of the larger masajid they may have more than one gym.

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So they may have three or four or even five gym out. So they may do it. You know, starting at seven o'clock, eight o'clock, nine o'clock, 10 o'clock, whatever the case may be, what I would say is for the sister to contact

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her local masjid and find out what's the situation with regards to timing of eat and maybe find out if if there's anywhere close to her that are praying eat outside, because that is what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to do for you read outside. That would be that's recommended actually.

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So that's the first thing regarding the time.

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Secondly, is how to price a lot rate well, salata li essentially is made up of two raka two units of prayer.

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The one difference is, is that at the beginning of each raka that they will see tech read more than once. Okay.

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So in normal sight, you say Allahu Akbar and then they will start al Fatiha. Yeah, okay, but with salata lead, that a man will say Allahu Akbar a number of times, okay, whether he says it five times or seven times, and then the second block again he will

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say a number of times, essentially often that it's like drama to rocker is, he means for example, recite, somebody has matambi Can Allah and then hell adakah had heart attack Hadith and

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so it's like drama essentially, but at the beginning of each record, they may just recite or just say a few more typically a lot. And that's essentially and then after the prayer then is the hotbar here, because in the Juma prayer is what was the first and then the prayer? Yeah, Salah till eight is the prayer first. And then the

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shift the sisters second question was if she had missed fast during Ramadan

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while times for where she should be starting and stopping the fast and secondly, as an addition to her question, are there good times or recommended times for when we should make up off us?

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So

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fasting in Islam, whether we're fasting in Ramadan, or outside Ramadan, at any time, the starting time and the finishing finishing time is the same ie you will start before the event of Fudger Okay, and then we break our fast at the event of Salatin Maghrib Yep, okay, so it's exactly the same. So you look at the timetables, and you see the starting time for Fudger and McRib.

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If you have some days to make up

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because they still earn you know, the remaining your account. So with that, we'd say the quicker you do that the better and Charles Taylor because they they do to Allah subhanaw taala The quicker you do it, you free yourself from that responsibility. So the quicker you do in Chinatown and the better Valhalla should have got a question in terms of we know shall while is coming after Ramadan, and there's some faster we're going to be doing. So if we have remaining fast that we've missed. Should we make those up first, or should we do the show fossasia Yeah, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the sound Hadith that Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan, and then follows it up with

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six days functional word and those six days can be pulled together or they can be done separately as they will as you like. It is as though they fasted the holy

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now if I fasted Ramadan go Sunday's leftover and I want to force the six days of shower because I want the reward of a whole year yeah can I just fast the six days of Sure well and then make the days of Ramadan later

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the vast majority of the scholars have the view that one should complete any remaining days of Ramadan first and then you can force the days of shall well after that. Okay, so those who are intending internal data the only day that you should not fast you're not allowed to fast is the day of Eid itself. Okay, no one is allowed to fast on that day.

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The second day the second of your world if you want to start fasting animals Yeah, you can start fasting but you need to make the days of Ramadan first. And then you fast the days of shall world and there is no such thing as you joining the intention. Yeah, I either the person says My intention is to make up Ramadan and shall while at the same time. It doesn't work like that. You need to do them separately. Allah

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chef we have a view on the line. So view Assalamu alaykum What's your name where you calling from?

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Salam Alaikum

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salaam aleikum.

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Wa salaam, Brother, what's your name? Where you calling from?

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Hello. Hello, brother. What question do you have for us today?

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Can I have a question please? Yes, yes. What's your question?

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Brother Could you turn the volume of the TV low and please ask your question on the phone

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Okay, I think we lost the color chef or he's got an issue with the volume on his TV inshallah. Chef, there are two things you've spoken about earlier. But there's

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the catheter which will pay before we go to the eighth salah? What are the two differences and how would we pay for our families? Okay, it's very good question. So

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we have a cat on feta. And the cat will man Yeah. Are they the same thing? No, they are not the same thing as a cattle man is like the money that you have in your bank. Okay, all the gold that you have all the goods that you buy and sell okay, this is the cattlemen that you pay once a year

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as you do as a cattle fitter of Tirana, is that what you pay right at the end of Ramadan? Okay, and it has to be done before Salah to leak. Now there's a few rulings concerning what the curtain filter is. There's a hadith or there's many in the Hadith actually narrated by Ibn Omar and even adverse and Abu Abu Saeed Al Hadi are the Allahu Anhu that the prophets I seldom told the people to give zakat on feta as a saw, and I saw is for handfuls of staple food

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Yeah, to the poor people. Okay. So at the time of the prophet Elijah Salam, they would give the beep, they will give reasons. They will also give Tamil, they will give dates because the staple food of the people Yeah, does it have to be these. Now you can give rice for example, of the people in that particular countries a staple food would be

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would be rice, then you give them approximately three kilos, it's just under three kilos. And you give that to the, the poor. Now who has to pay it?

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The one who is financially responsible in the home, they will take care. So let's say for example, you've got a husband and wife and three children. So the husband is upon him to count five, five people, five heads him, himself, his wife and three children. Yeah, so therefore we say that the children they have to pay zakat on fifth or per person. So he would have to have the responsibility of

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when I say pay.

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And this is what people do in UK mostly, and usually in the west, to be honest with is they pay, but the point is that you're not giving money. The Sunnah is to give food to the poor people. Now, how does it work? Or how is it satisfactory that I'm giving money while it is not, but what you're actually doing is that you're paying a charity or you're giving them money to a masjid so that they can then buy the food on your behalf and distributed to the poor people in poor poorer countries. Okay, so you're not giving money in the people's hands, what you're doing is you're giving the money whether it's four pounds or five pounds, depending on the place that you go to, they will then take

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the responsibility of purchasing the food and then distributing it to the poor people. It has to be done before salata eat

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and also

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it is known that you can do before slaughter eight by one or two days. So the fact that we are one or two days before eight, you can pay you as a cattle fitter now, okay, okay. So the brothers sisters who are who weren't aware of that, then they can pay now so just to remove the responsibilities for you, because maybe you forget and if you give it after Salah too late it is as the profit so some South Dakota and South Dakota, it's just a general charity. Okay. So at some point every person so five people, let's say you're you're going to give a charity some money. Yeah. So they would have you to buy the food. There's five of us in homeless five pounds each. So you give

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them 25 pounds. Yeah. So then they will buy 25 pounds worth of food. And then they will distributed to the poor people.

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You have a view on the line. Without further ado, view Assalamu alaikum What's your name? Where you calling from?

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So the love Brother, what's your question?

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Okay.

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My question is

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on a

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very elegant, fly, I don't know. Maybe they eat

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because my intention was to pray with my family in Africa.

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So,

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but I just got a call that the Eid is Friday. I don't know what I drew out what is on Saturday. Okay. So is that a problem for me?

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Could you repeat the question, brother? I do not.

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I am flying to Africa on Friday. Okay, six o'clock in the morning. Okay. So I will be there

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in the evening. To pray with him. I was intending to pray with my family on Saturday.

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But now they told me is Friday the Eid? Is that a problem? When do you arrive?

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Sorry.

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When did i

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i When will you arrive? Friday morning. Okay, when will you arrive in Africa? Oh, you said same Friday. It's six o'clock.

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Okay, brother. I'll put that forward to the chef. All right, thank you.

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Allah chef, the brothers flying to Africa and he was intending to pray Eid Salah with his family. But now he's not sure if it will be Friday or Saturday. If it was Saturday, it would have been okay. But if it's Friday, he might not get a chance to so what should he do in that situation?

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So if he's here in the UK on Friday, because we will know Thursday night we will know tomorrow night. Yeah, Charlotte Allah. Whether it's going to be read on Friday or not.

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If it has been declared eat here in the UK on Friday, and he's traveling on Friday, then it will be read for him.

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It will be read for him. Okay.

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And

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there will be because he will have completed 29 days. Okay and that there is no month that is shorter than 29 days so if you have completed Alhamdulillah when he arrives in his destination he said it's around six o'clock

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because of course he has faltered he's

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he's not fasting

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without if people are still fasting have some time left and people are fasting there then you may not want to eat in front of them. Yeah, but there's no need for you to fast because you have completed and then once then goes shortly after that

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it would be eat for them on Saturday. So you celebrate eat with them on a Saturday, Saturday and hamdulillah Hamdulillah that local chef, we have a question on WhatsApp. One of our viewers are set aside and while they come shift, my uncle passed away and my aunt is having a gathering after 40 days. Is this hello for me and am I allowed to eat the food?

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Okay, so

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there's nothing from the sunnah

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to state that people should gather after three or seven or 10 or 40 days.

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And that people come together for hot and they want to read some Quran and and things like this and there's nothing from the Sunnah. Okay, but unfortunately, people have taken this as a

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research not from the deen when I say it's not from the Sunnah, I mean is not from our deen to do something like this

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is allows you to eat the food, what I would say is that, you know, it's Alajuela is unlikely that maybe you will advise them, maybe they will listen to you, if you can advise them before

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that we want to do something for the disease, which is good in Charlottetown, we make dua for them, we can set up continuous charity for the disease, which they can benefit from, but isn't it later that that's something which is from the sun, which will help them, okay, people coming together after a particular time. Like then again, I say I reiterate is if it's if it's wise, and they will take your advice. If it's going to cause big fitna and make the situation worse,

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then, you know, maybe advise them later on, about, you know, the importance of following and adhering to the sun.

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I'm not sure what the the person's role there is really, but you know, this work a bit more sensitive. And this is why I suggest really, that

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for them to speak to somebody personally knew a person of knowledge, so they can understand the dynamics of the family. Okay, because me simply saying No, you shouldn't go. And then that causes a big rift in the family something far greater. Okay, you need to find out what the situation really is. Okay. So maybe in general, that's the general issues I can answer. Yeah.

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But maybe if they are able to speak to somebody on a personal level, just to gauge what the situation is to give them a more detailed answer.

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So if local chef and we have another question where brothers asking Salam Alaikum brother and Chef, can we pay the car to our relatives? Back home who are poor? It can be our uncle or our moms our mom's half brother? What's the ruling on this?

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Sort of these individuals who are you're not directly financially responsible for

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then you can give your soccer to them, you can give you as a care to them.

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But if if these individuals who are your relatives

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and the as close as you know, uncles and aunts and things like that, why am I waiting

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for the car to help them?

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If they're in such a poor state, I should be giving charity to them to alleviate the situation. And not only when it comes to his occurred, then I give them the zikr Yeah, okay, give them sadaqa help them before this. If then after that, the they still need help and they're very, very desperate situation then as I mentioned, you can give them this okay. But if we have relatives, we have to help them.

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And if I'm able to help them, then you should do so. And it's not just once a year me giving them some help.

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For her chef, we have another question. Salam aleykum.

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Eating meats does not certified halal. Is this appropriate or acceptable? I've heard from that it's okay to eat meat from the people in the book. Is this permissible?

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Okay.

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So number one, meat from people of the Book yes is B Nossal Quran it's in the Quran is solid and you can eat the meat of the people of the rock the Jews and Christians not a problem.

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That's number one. Number two meat that is not certified halal.

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Means what then It's haram. I would I understand the opposite, right? If something is not halal, then it's haram. Yeah, yeah. So then of course, you can't eat raw meat. Okay.

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The third part, which is the kind of

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the question that's not been asked yet,

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is with regards to how

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In the UK, yeah. And we'll get up there before we can just go to the restaurants and supermarkets and so on and so forth. We say it doesn't apply because we know the way that they sorted their meat. Okay? And that doesn't render it halal for us. Okay. Now

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they of course, it's discussion is further details. But in short, that the aroma of the UK It is well known that the meat that you generally buy from unless it's specifically certified as halal, can we know it to be halal?

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And for instance, where people have the book that's halal, you know, I'm not talking about people in the book now I'm talking about specifically Muslims are giving us meat we know slaughtered and why Muslims that's not a problem. But what happens in here in the UK does not qualify because the meat the animals are killed.

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Okay, before they are slaughtered, so this is considered meter. This is dead flesh. So that can never be made Khaled voice. Chef, we have a minute left. But I'd like to ask this question quickly. How do I deal with my How do I deal with my mother who oppresses my wife if I can't afford to live separately?

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Well, you have to be as wise as you can make the ayatollahs count that he softens her heart

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and tried to be as

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best you can and alleviating whatever you know differences that they have. But it is upon there is a must upon you to to resolve the situation. You can't just leave it. Okay, so you have people who have rights over you. May Allah Montana join their hearts.

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law last question, can we use watercolor paper that has gelatin in within watercolor paper for what for drawing

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limits it's okay for you to do some Tramuntana because you're not eating it. Just

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with that we've come nearly to the end of the program. hamdulillah has been very informative for being here with me today. And inshallah we'll see you tomorrow for Eid programming and other programming.

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Brothers and sisters, we've come near the end of the program today. Tune in tomorrow at the same time for Ask a man I just act as salam Wa alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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