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AI: Summary © The conversation covers the importance of fasting during puberty, with emphasis on the need for health conditions and avoiding false assumptions. The speakers also discuss the benefits of fasting for health and well-being, including avoiding starving and avoiding smoking. The conversation touches on the use of DNA tests to identify one's origins and the potential consequences of fasting, with a brief advertisement for coffee and a drink. The speakers emphasize the importance of clear intentions before events and avoiding alcohol use.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashrafi cambia you will mousseline Nabina Muhammad wa ala ad he was heavy hit marine Ahmedabad salam Wa alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dear brother and sisters, welcome to your show Oskie man, the show gives you the opportunity and the platform to call us live in our studio by calling us an auto 35150769 That's Oh 235150769 And for those of you who prefer to send us your messages, all the details that you need to know is in the right hand side of the screen between provinces I urge you, Charlotte to pick up the phone and call us with any law. For those of you who wants to follow us on

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our social media you can follow you can watch us live on Facebook, and you can ask us your question their life is well inshallah where we get your Christian life Hey, Inshallah, we can also show you the questions that you actually put forward. Brothers This is a one other thing that I want to remind you as well, for those of you who just just tuned in the channel itself has changed from the previous number that we had before. So it's changed to 769 is now 769 within the law, and our numbers was changed as well. So if all the details that you need to know, is in the right hand side of the screen and bear with us, we have our beloved chef chef Waseem Kingston Assalamu alaykum

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Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh How are you today? 100 very well.

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She hasn't we usually start with our show with a quick reminder but we're going to avoid that today. Okay, we're going to start with our questions because we have a lot of questions that are starting to appear in regards to Ramadan. So we want to say hello although we noticed two months away from Allah

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okay, because if we get closer to Ramadan, now obviously our brothers or sisters

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mashallah they get the energy together, so to get the questions, so, inshallah Shaka we're going to come to you in regards to this but I'm going to go through the questions that we have here really quick but I want to remind our brothers and sisters as well just in case brothers or sisters you didn't know Inshallah, that as as as mentioned earlier on, that the numbers have changed. Now the reason I mention this because the brothers are the background telling me that we need to remind you in sha Allah for those of you who are just tuned in that our channel has changed from the previous numbers sky 2769769 For those of you who watch in the US are on Sky, and for those of you who are

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watching us on Facebook, we are still live streaming there. So no changes has been done in Sharla. But Shana the first question we have, which is via WhatsApp is Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah

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assists. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah che, I'm pretty heavily pregnant. Do I have to fast this Ramadan?

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah. While early he was off behavior and all the praise belongs to Allah. And may the peace and blessings of Allah Allah Allah Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad Salla Allahu Allahu Allah.

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So considering or concerning those who have some difficulties in the month of Ramadan

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due to the fasting

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it is very easy for us to answer a lot of these questions to do with the difficulties if we understand certain principles.

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If the person is not

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aware of the principles, then the person will just

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not necessarily individually but you'll see on the grand scale that everybody is asking, Do I false? Do I false to do a false however, on this platform where inshallah Tada we have the opportunity to explain these principles and maybe we are able to maybe a person is intending to call and to ask him Do I have do I have to force I'm pregnant? Do I have to force and breastfeeding? Do I have to do this? Because I'm you know, I'm working do I have to do I have to fast because I've exams? Do I have to force so many things? No. Released fast. Yeah. So you know, subhanAllah it is important for us to understand certain principles concerning the fast which will able enable us to try to answer maybe

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10s of questions at one time.

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So first and foremost, we say that

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fasting is an obligation upon abandon, the one who has reached the age of puberty is an obligation upon them, meaning somebody who is less or hasn't reached the age of puberty, that fasting is not an obligation upon them. Okay? Also, that if they have their health, they are able to fast through the day, and it's not causing them to be ill, then again, fasting is obligation obligation upon them. There are certain exceptions where a person doesn't have to fast that is, if a person has an illness, and by them fasting, okay, it makes the illness worse, sure, you are exempt from fasting. Now the illness is either a permanent illness or a temporary one. If it is a permanent one, then

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you're exempt from fasting all the time, and you just have to pay to feed a poor person for each of the days of Ramadan, if it is a temporary illness, and we ask Allah Israel to give you Shiva and all the Muslims you've had, that you simply make up the days later. If at any time a person becomes pregnant, and any of the trimesters first middle, or the last stage of the pregnancy, or for example, a woman is breastfeeding. This does not mean it is a Roxa permission for you automatically to say, I don't fast.

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If the person if the sister is able to fast, and there was no harm to her health are no harm to the baby. No. And of course you have to seek medical advice concerning this show. Because to some extent, we're fasting days which are going to be longer than others. Some people may be fasting 13 or 1415 hours with fasting maybe 18 and more. So it's you have to seek medical advice. If there is no harm to you, and there's no harm to your baby, okay, then you're obligated to fast if however, there is some possible harm to you, or there's some harm to the baby then you would be exempt and you make up the days later.

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But particle afek Schiff we have another question, which is relating to fasting but it's not in Ramadan here. So salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah Shia, just just asking a question in regards to my father but needed advice from you to set up my money. I'm 20. I'm 29 years old. And I'm fasting regularly Mondays and Thursdays. But my father wants me to limit it to one day only while I'm able to fast more able to fast those type of those two days

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do I this? The question is, should I obey my father and not fast? Oh, go with what he's telling me and pass one day

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okay. So, the origin is here, you might say that you Hey, you have a situation where

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you, you have a conflict between an obligation which is listening to your father without an obligation and doing something which is to toe which is something

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voluntary, and there should be no clash here, because obligation precedes or takes preference over the voluntary act. But it would be interesting to or maybe why is to ask the Father as to why that he is telling you not to do another fast Yes, because essentially there's a person on a border

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it's a end that it doesn't affect or doesn't take anything away from anybody else isn't a bad or that you doesn't take time from you serving your father you can still for so serve your father be good to your father, you can still fast, okay. So it would be maybe good to find out as to why your father is telling you not to fast one of the days, maybe he's seeing something that you're not seeing, Allahu Allah,

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maybe his, your your, your interests at at his

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at his heart this is what's important to him. So maybe he's is good advice concerning that maybe you're becoming weak or whatever the case may be.

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So it would be good to have this discussion with your father to find out as to why he wants to limit you to fasting the one day

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and based upon that if there's a legitimate reason, then you should listen to your father and inshallah you will be rewarded for your intention. If, however, that the person is telling you not to worship Allah subhanaw taala for a reason, which is other than surely surely reason, then you would have the right to too fast and

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wouldn't be considered as a disobeying of your father. If that person is telling you make this very clear, if the person is telling you not to fast, for a reason, which is not shut at all, in fact goes against the Sharia, for example, I don't want you to force because I don't want you to fast for Allah subhanaw taala then this wouldn't be a legitimate reason for a person to stop you fasting no matter who that person was. Sure. But the most important thing is to ensure that there is no fitna

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and it doesn't put any strain on the relationship between you and your father. And to try to resolve the situation in the very best way one

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particular feature. We have another question here, which a lot of people probably wonder what kind of question is this, but it's a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah can anybody false in the month of Ramadan, whether you're Muslim or non Muslim,

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the action itself,

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then anyone can fast

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anyone can

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stop eating and drinking from before sunrise, the time of frigid before time if I didn't refrain from food and drink the whole day, until until salata and was the action, yes. In terms of COBOL, in terms of acceptance, that, as we know that Allah subhanaw taala will only accept from those who, in in the metacarpal, aluminum talking neuralyzer will only accept from those who have Taqwa of Allah Subhana Allah Who

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single out De La Jolla and worship. So therefore those who do not accept the laws that Rob and Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam as their prophet and believe in the tenants have faith of Islam, that the action will not be something that is rowboat, rewardable for them, by Allah subhanaw taala. So there's two elements to that the action they're free to do if they like to find out what it is like, almost, you know, maybe a people or work they say, See you fasting, maybe want to try it. Maybe this is a way of Dawa, you never know. And there are many health benefits, not just because Muslims say sure, but there are, even though 100 We have said it before, no, the prophets I seldom informed us

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before the medical world about the benefits of fasting. But sometimes, you know, they need to hear from the their own side if you like, you know, whether it's the NHS or other any health service to say that there is great benefit in and fasting. So maybe it's the wave of giving Dawa is not about a person say there's no point you fasting because not accepted from you know that we don't be like this. If a person wants to do that, then, you know, let them let them feel what the Muslims feel and see what it is like to the spirit experience. And maybe this is a way for them, you know, to maybe look at Islam in a closer way.

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Because I know, I know a lot of people do do one that I remember previously. First I work in Islamic organization that that they used to ask me and say, How does it feel? Because no one knows what hunger is anymore? Because they know okay, I'm hungry. But I know a few few hours time a few minutes, I'm gonna go eat. And that's why they don't understand what holder means when he got to FOSS for more than 10 hours. Yeah. So they want to experiment and say, Look, I want to try it with you and see how you feel about Hala. It's a good question. Because you never know. None of us know the answer to that, but should handle it today. We did learn from that. And obviously, you know,

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sometimes a person you know, come home from work. And they say I'm starving. And they say oh well, when was the last time I had a lunch. I'm starving now. It's like so that's like maybe four or five hours ago, but that's a long time. I've been really busy at work and the word starving if you look at it, it's reality. I mean, you're not stopping because you know in its true context if like people who are living in certain parts of the world

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are truly starving because of you know, the trials that they're going through and what you have experienced is is nothing close to it because

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Baraka loving chef, and I just want to remind our brothers and sisters Insha Allah, for those who are watching our viewers have a lot of views that Sharla that the purpose of the show is for you to call inshallah yes is fair enough. You can sit down, watch the TV and enjoy the answers that were given me. But believe me, and I'm sure that some of you are sitting there watching the rationale right now and have a question in mind right now. And if he can, okay, I really need to ask this, but I don't want to do it. Another thing is that we will probably realize as well that we normally go to our local massage or local centers, and we want to speak to our local mosque to especially in

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regards to our Imams, but in regards to our cases as our questions, but we feel embarrassed to walk in and ask them sometimes we think, okay, I don't want to because I don't want him to know who I am, and so forth. But yet again, this is an opportunity for you just to pick up the phone and call us live in sha Allah on oh two or 35150769 That's Oh 235150769 So we got another question for you here. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah if I am a traveler, and I'm not sure whether I should fast or not, then decided to fast for the dawn breaks before dawn breaks. This is a traveler, am I allowed to continue fasting or do I should have broken my fast?

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Okay, so there's a couple of issues here. And that is the ruling concerning the traveler.

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Whether they should fast or not.

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And on this issue, we see that there are depends on the situation of the person if during the month of Ramadan, they are a traveler.

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And they want to break their fast or not fast for the day they have that permission. Likewise, they also have the permission to break tools so fast. So if they're traveling they have the option of fasting or not fasting okay it is up to them whatever is easier for them that is better for them to do in China Tana if you like what are some of the elements I say if the person is able to fast without any difficulty, it is better but not an obligation because they do have the ruling of a of a traveler. The second issue is the need or the intention or when there has to be made and as mentioned that was made before Salatin Fajr and that is what is a requirement that with regards to

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the obligatory fasts, you have to make the intention before the event of Salat al Fajr. If after that time that you make an intention after then that would be sufficient not be sufficient for an obligatory fast, but would it be okay, for a voluntary first you can, let's say for example, you wake up or you decide at nine, nine or 10 o'clock in the morning that you didn't eat or drink anything, I want to ask whether you can do that, but that's not sufficient for an obligatory frost, you have to make an intention before that event. And if that was done, then that person can fast for that day well on that particular fixture, another question we have to sit down while equal to

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luxury, and the brothers my father smokes regularly

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in during the day and Ramadan.

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And as a daughter, I do not know what to say as a respective sign of respect for my father. I do not want to say anything to him. But does that mean breaks my fast whenever he smokes around us?

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Okay, so a couple of issues here.

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Does smoking break your fast?

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And what seems to be the strong opinion is if a person is smoking, not only that the person carries the responsibility and is accountable for the smoking in front of Allah, Allah Allah, we ask Allah to allow Muslims to have this particular habit to for Ramadan be to be an opportunity for them to get rid of it, and many Muslims hamdulillah Allama like unhemmed Ramadan has been a blessed time for them. So they were able to get rid of the habit Subhanallah No.

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So far, that's the first issue. The second issue is that the smoking itself does break your fast. Because you're inhaling a lot of smoke which goes into your jaw, which goes in, which would be something a form of intake into your body would break your fast. So you may want to

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advise you further and the very best way. For example, let's say is when you started Ramadan, and you grow up to say that breaks your fast is haram. And the person, the individual hasn't obviously realized the importance of Ramadan and smoking during the day, if he suits you to have this approach, maybe it's not the best approach. Seeing that you have, you know, some days before Ramadan before actually starts before the fasting starts. Maybe it's an opportunity for you in a very good way very wisely, to somehow deliver the message to your father, about the opportunity of possibly, you know, leaving the habit and the dangers of smoking during the day of Ramadan because it could

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lead to breaking of us and all of us are handled we all recognize, speak about the you know, have a conversation something like you know, the blessings of Ramadan, they're coming home is a very special time.

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You know, we can seek the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala the Muslims, they come together we do so many things at this time of the year that we don't do. And that you know, you you bring about

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kind of an excitement if you like, for the month of Ramadan and then you can maybe deliver the message that we wouldn't want to spoil it in any way. Sure. And then you know, you can deliver the message this way. By Baraka laughing chef, we have another question again Subhan Allah regards to Ramadan here again so Salaam Alaikum Sheikh

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My wife has broken up fast in Ramadan and she could not make up the days and she could not feed the poor, what can she do instead?

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Leave if so if a person who was unable to make up with a day's

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work depends with if the person was negligent in not making those days up.

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of last year, then they should make repentance to Allah subhanaw taala but those days still remain in their account. And those days would need to be made up after this month of Ramadan. Okay.

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If they don't have the means that they don't have the means that you can live for long enough son in law was Elijah does not burden the soul beyond their capabilities or what they're able to do. So if they don't have it, they don't have it. Subhanallah but they make Toba for not fulfilling the obligations, and those days remaining their account and they should make them up as quick as they can after Ramadan. Well, Lord Allah, Baraka Lovick we've got another we've got one of our viewers in Charlotte who scored in the shallow shots. We're going to take that cooler. Santa Monica Monica

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Culebra, how are you today? How did you learn mashallah,

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It's a question of posturing

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to give my salons in respect to the ship inshallah Zola

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amatola Baraka, Ludwig another question I had was, I wanted to get advice on forex trading online forex trading is permissible for Muslims to engage in to engage on

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an online forex trading forest trade Forex, Forex, Forex, okay, no problem.

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No problem MarkLogic next question

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okay, there's not enough. Okay, let's take an explanation about this Salam aleikum wa Toschi man,

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Top Chef fetish Allah chef Allah, we've got, we've got those questions inshallah. But we're gonna ask you another question. If I was selfish, Allah chef. Our next question here is Saramonic, Warahmatullah, wabarakatuh. Are we allowed to do DNA test to show where we are from? Now? Okay, I've seen this actually, this is a program that is noise in Prague, I've seen advertised.

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I've seen, I've seen advertised where a person, they pay an amount of money, I think it's 60 or 70 pounds or something like this, or maybe in different countries, different dollars, or whatever you're going to pay and you give a sample of your saliva, I think, and you send it off for analysis, and then they they send back the results of where your your origins are from?

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It depends how much detail you want to go back to, in that.

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Cooler commune. Adam, Adam interrupts? No, it depends how far you want to go back to that all of you, all of us are from Adam. And Adam is from dust, and he Salam. But if you want to come a little bit forward as to where your ancestry derives from around the world, I mean, it libbets is no, there's no issue in that.

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And then you come back with results to say that you are 25%, this and 50%, that, and then 20%, this, and then 5%, that limits, but that shouldn't lead the results of that. You have to be careful. Because you don't want the person to then say, Oh, look how pure I am. I am from one place on 95%. So something from a particular place and you find another person from who's got a mix of like five or 10 or 15 different backgrounds, if you like, it makes absolutely no difference whether you are 90%, whatever you are European, for example, one other person has a mix from Asia, Africa and Europe. It makes no difference at all. So a person gets results back and that that changes the way

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they think about themselves. Then of course that's something which is to be careful of, because the shaytaan can come to you in any in very slight waste. Because I do wonder like why would why would I want to know, because I know who I am from right now. Yeah. Why do I really need to know for my sister company originally? Yeah, I mean, it's completely goes back to complete personal choice. Absolutely no problem. If a person might be interested another person maybe not interested in at all. If you're interested in my send you off you get results token Allah No problem shantala. But that shouldn't lead to any form of arrogance of kibble or the way that you look at people at all. In

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color. Malcolm in the law, he at Qualcomm, the rest of you in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala is the one who has the most Taqwa Baraka, lofi chef, we have a lot of questions salam alaikum. Sharif Are we allowed to fast for the sake of saving money?

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So, fasting is legislated to us by Elijah Louella.

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And by the prophet Elisa Salam, so it's a bad it's worship. And a birder is for Allah for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And if a person

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dilutes their intention for something other than Allah subhanaw taala, then it would corrupt that action. It will get nothing for that action, because it's a bad because it's worship.

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So, a person is fasting because they want to save money, then they will receive nothing in the affair for the action,

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they will receive nothing for that. So a person should really purify their intention

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and their fasting should be for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala give another scenario person says my fasting is for the sake of Allah.

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But I will move the main tendency to lose weight. People have this of intentions if you like. Or for example, a person says I fast for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. But at the same time, my intention is also to save money will say these things are completely worldly issues that leave them

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and there's no need. There's no need for you to make an intention to say I am also intending to lose weight or I'm also intending to save money. There is no need for you to introduce these types of intentions. We should be striving to purify our worship for Allah subhanaw taala best we can and not mixing it with anything if these things happen.

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Clearly failing

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It is good for you Hamdulillah you lost some weight, then? Or you save some money what you're going to do with the money then maybe if you use the money in the wrong way, then it was not good idea for you. This is why you see the lot. But next week we have Chef, I'm gonna show how much money really you're going to save in Ramadan anyway. I mean, how much do you eat and buy anyway? I don't know. I mean, this might not be the right show for you. This is discussion? Yeah, you do spend a lot of money on Ramadan, then do you do any other month of the year?

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You're exposing yourself here now? Well, it depends. It depends. I know because I know people's eating habits, they do change changes, things that you normally eat day to day, it's just changes there. Because now you especially you know, I have have to have to comment on this because I agree with you. And you know, there was some analogies I can have awesome stories, like I mentioned to you to bring the point of you're mentioning clear, and there are times when there's a bank holiday here, okay in the UK, and the supermarket may not be open for like a Sunday. So

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the supermarket will close on a Saturday, and it's not open Sunday and may reopen on the Monday but for whatever reason people are walking, traveling around with two trolleys worth of food as though that you know because you can't buy food on a Sunday, that somehow we may set off. Okay, similarly, when Ramadan is a time for

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Ramadan, Allah is what it doesn't tell you necessarily or anything that you should eat less, right? It just means you don't eat and drink between a certain time if you don't eat as you like, after that it's up to you. But Subhanallah as Muslims, we fall into buying more in the month of Ramadan than any other time so it's something really

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nice to Dubourg

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to ponder over it really why is this happening? And why do I do this this as I said it's my wife and I sat down I said look I don't get it this year. I'm not going to do I did previous years where you know your sweets I don't even really eat sweets for you buy all this type of sweets because desserts and so go economy family members come see go out but yet again, you don't usually do that in a day.